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Heap fiigh the farmer's mntrj bo&r- '
Heap high the golden corn !
No richer gift has Autumn poured ,
From out her lavish horn I
Let other lands exulting glean
The apple from the pine,
The orange from its glossy green,
The cluster from the vine;
We better love the hardy gift
Our rugged vales bestow,
To cheer. U3 when the storms shall drift
Our harvest fields with snow.
Through vales of grass and meads of flowers,
Our ploughs their furrows made,
While on the hills the sun and showers
Of changeful April played.
We'dropped the seed o'er hill and plain,
Beneath the sun of May,
And frightened from our sprouting grain
The Tobber crows away.
All through the long bright days of June
Its leaves grew bright and fair,
And waved in hot midsummer noon
Its bright and yellow hair.
And now with Autumn's moon-lit eyes
Its harvest time has come
We pluck away its frosted leaves,
And bear its treasures home.
There, richer than the fabled gift
Apollo showered of old,
Fair hands the broken grain shall sift,
And knead its meal of gold.
Let vapid idlers loll in silk.
Around the costly board ;
Give us the bowl of'samp and milk,
By homespun beauty poured.
Then shame on all' the proud and vain,
Whose folly langhs to scorn
The blessings of our hardy grain,
Our wealth of golden corn.
Let earth withhold her godly root,
Let mildew blight the rye,
Give to the worm the orchard's fruit,
The wheat fields to the fly ;
But let the good old crop adorn
The hills our fathers trod ;
Still let us for his golden corn
Send up our thanks to God.
Health and lon life are almost uni.
verbally associated with early rising '
and we are pointed to countless old peo
pie, as evidence of its good effect on
the general system. Can any one of
our readers on the spur of the moment,
give a good conclusive reason why
health should be attributed to this hab
it ? We know that old people get up
early, but it is simply because they
can't sleep. Moderate old age does
not require much sleep ; hence, in the
aged, early rising is a necessity, or con
venience, and is not a course of health
in itself. There is a larger class of early
risers, very early risers, who may be
truly said not to have a day's health in
a year the thirsty folks, for example,
who drink liquor uitil midnight and
rise early to get more ! One of our
earliest recollections is that of " old soa
kers" making their " devious way" to
the grog-shop or tavern bar room, be
fore sunrise, for their morning grog.
Early rising, to be beneficial, must have
two concomitants ; to retire early, and
on rising to be properly employed.
One of the most eminent divines in this
country rose by daylight for many
years, and at the end of that time be
came an invalid, has traveled the world
over tor health, and has never regained
it, nor ever will. It is rather an early
retiring that does the good, by keeping
people out of those mischievous practi
ces which darkness favors, and which
need not here be more particularly re
Another important advantage of re
tiring early is, that the intense stillness
of midnight and the early morning
hours favors that unbroken repose which
is the all-powerful renovator of the tired
system. Without, then, the accompani
ment of retiring early, " early rising" is
worse than useless, and is positively
mischievous. Every person should be
allowed to " have his sleep out ;" other
wise, the duties of the day cannot be
properly performed, and will be neces
sarily slighted, even by the most con
scientious. To all young persons, to students, to
to the sedentary, and to invalids, the
fullest sleep that the system will take,
without artificial means, it is the balm
of life without it there can be no res
toration to health and activity again.
Never wake up the sick or infirm, or
young children, of a morning it is a
barbarity ; let them wake of themselves,
let the care rather be to establish an
hour for retiring, so early that their
fullest sleep may be out before sunrise.
Another item of very great impor
tances, do not hurry up the young and
the weakly. It is no advantage to pull
them out of bed as soon as their eyes
are open, nor is it best for the studious
or even for the well who have passed
an unusually fatiguing day, to jump
out of bed the moment they wake up :
let them remain without going to sleep
again until the sense of weariness passes
from their limbs. Nature abhors two
things : violence and a vacuum. The
sun does not break out at once into the
glare -of the meridian. The diurnal
flowers unfold themselves by slow degree-
nor fleetest beast, nor sprightest
bird, -leaps at once from his:""resting
place.; ; By all which we mean to say,
that as no physiological truth ia more
demonstrable, than that as the brain,
and with it the whole nervous system,
is recuperated by sleep, it is of the first
importance, as to the well-being of the
human system, that it have its fullest
measure of it ; and to that end, the hab
it of retiring td bed early should be
made . imperative on all children, and
no ordinary event should be allowed
to interfere with it. Its moral health
fulnesaia.not less important than its
physical. Many a . young man, many a
youngiwoman, has taken the first step
towards"' degradation, and crime, and
disease, after ten o'clock at night; at
which hour, the year round, the old, the
middle-aged, and the young, should be
in bed;.and the early rising will take
care of itself, with the incalcuable ac
companiment of a fully rested body and
a renovated brain . We repeat it there
is neither wisdom, nor safety, nor health
in eariy.Tising in itself ; but there is all
of them In' the persistent practice of re
tiring to. -bed at an early hour, winter
ana summer. HalC Journal of
The Howard Amendments,
' JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING? JAM -ACBWiH
MEST TO THB., CONSTITUTION OF THJE "UNI
TED STATES. '' . . . '
lie it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representative of tu United States of Amerv
: ea in Congress assemltUd (two-thirds of both'
Houses concurring.) That the following ar
ticle be proposed to the Legislatures of the
several States as a, amendment to the Con
stitution of the United States, which, when
ratified by three-fourths of said Legislatures,
shall be valid as part of the Constitution,
ARTICLE XIV. Section 1. All persons
born or naturalized in the United States and
subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens
of the United States and of the State where
in they reside. No State shall make or en
force any law which shall abridge the privil
eges or immunities of citizens of the United
States ; nor shall any State deprive any per
son of life, liberty, or property, without due
process of law, nor deny to any person with
in itsjuridiction the equal protection of the
Sec. 2. Representatives shall be apportion
ed among the several States according to
their respective numoers, counting the whole
number of persons in each State, excluding
Indians not taxed. But when the right to
vote at any elections for the choice of elect
ors for President and Vice-President of the
United States, Representatives in Congress,
the executive and judicial officers of a State,
or the members of the Legislature thereof, is
denied to any of the male inhabitants of auch
State, being twenty-one years yf age and cit
izens of the United States, or in anyway
abridged, except for participation in rebell
ion or other crinie,the basis of representation
therein shall be reduced in the proportion
which the number of such male citizens shall
bear to the whole number of male citizens
twenty-one years of age in such State.
Sec. 3. No person shall be a Senator or
Representative in Congress, or elector of
President and Vice-President, or hold any
office, civil or military, under the United
States, or under any State,who having previ
ously taken an oath, as a member of Con
gress, or as an officer of the United States, or
as a member of any State Legislature, or as
and executive or judicial officer of any State
to support the Constitution of the United
States, shall have engaged in insurrection or
rebellion against the same, or given aid and
comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress
may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House,
remove such disability.
Sec. 4. The validity of the public debt of
the United States, authorized by law includ
ing debts incurred for payment ofpensions
and bounties for services in suppressing in
surrection and rebellion, shall not be ques
tioned. But neither the United States nor
anv State sliull assume or uav :inv debt or
obligation incurred in aid of insurrection orf
rebellion against the United States, or any
claim for the loss or emancipation of any
slave ; but all such debts, obligations, or
claims, shall be held illegal and void.
Sec 5. The Congress shall have power to
enforce, by appropriate legislation, the pro
visions of this article.
Speaker House of Rep.
LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER,
Pres. Senate, pro. tern.
Clerk House of Rep.
J. W. Forxet,
Secretary of Senate.
Judges of the Supreme Court,
The Judges of the Supreme Court of the
United States are as follows :
Mr. Chief Justice Chase, of Ohio.
Mr. Justice Wayne, Georgia.
Mr. Justice Nelson, New York.
Mr. Justice Grier, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Justice Clifford, Maine.
Mr. Justice Swayne, Ohio.
Mr. Justice Miller, Iowa.
Mr. Justice Davis, Illinois.
Mr. Justice Field, California.
Mr. Justice Stansbury, Ohio.
Reporter, John W. Wallace, Ohio.
Marshal, D. S. Gooding.
Clerk, D. W. Middleton.
The Judge of the District Court of North
Carolina is G. W. Brooks. District Attorney
D. H. Starbuck. Marshal, Daniel R. Goodloe
Important to the People.
A. W. FRAPS,
DEALER IN FCXITCBE,
West Side Fayetteville Street,
Next to Mahler's Jeioelry Store, and opposite the
INVITES ATTENTION FROM CITY AND
coun.ry to his large and elegant stock ot'luniture,
on hand and to arrive, consisting of complete
chamber Setts, Mattrasses of various designsund
qualities, suitable for Cottage or Palace. His
supply of SOFAS, PARLOR; DINING ROOM
and OFFICE CHAIRS, fcc, fec, is not excelled
in the State.
He respectfully announces that he has added to
his other busicess, that of Undertaking, and is
now ready to supply those who may require them,
ColBns of any desired quality. He has the best
material for wood-work elaborate 6ilver plain
mountings, plating, etc., and a new HEARSE, of
modern patera and finish. He is therefore in con
dition to furnish everything requisite lor funeral
occasions and will attend to all orders for his ser
vices, in this Hue, with promtitude.
October, 26th. 95 tf.
Public sale of valuable real Estate.
WE WILL SELL, TO THE HIGHEST BID
der, on Tuesday, the 35th day of December next,
and fixtures. The Factory is built of Brick, three
stories high, 42 by 58 feet.
We will also sell, at the same time,
A Dwelling House,
adjoining the premises, two stories high, four
rooms and passage.
With the Factory will be sold 5Jacresof wood
land, within miles of Oxford. This property
is sold tor division.
Terms One-third Cash, the balance on one and
two years credit, with bonds drawing interest
from day of side, and title reserved until the
money is paid.
R. H. KINGSBURY,
TITUS T. GRANDY,
CHA3. F. KINGSBURY,
Oxford, Nov. 11, 1866. Wi td.
JOR SALE 1
A Valuable tract of Wood Land near the
City of Raleigh.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL PRI
vately on liberal terms, or if not sold before the
tbird Monday of February, 1867, then at public
auction, to the highest bidder upon like terms, a
valuable tract of wood land, lying upon the Tar
boro' Road about 2 miles East of the City of
Raleigh. This tract is known as the Boylan tract,
and contains about one hundred and seventeen
acres. W. 8. MASON,
Raleigh, Nov. 51, lg66. . 103 td.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
KALEIGH, Nov. etb, 1866.
IN COMPLIANCE WITH AN ORDER OF
the Board of Internal Improvements, dated
Oct. 27th, 1866, sealed proposals will be received
by the Undersigned until 1st of December, 1866
for 950,000 of coupon bonds of the State of N
C, dated Oct. 1st 1866, running thirty years and
bearing interest at six per cent, per annum, to be
Issued on account of the Western North-Carolina
Railroad Company said bonds being of the de
nomination of $1,000.
No bid less than par will be entertained.
KEMP P. BATTLE,
T Public Treasurer.
Nov. 10, 1866. .... 101 td.
T?E25?RR THAT W" H- & R- 8. TUCK
IX ER & CO., will sell GOOD GOODS at mod
erate rates lor th Cash.
Aug. 36, lees. M
E. E. OVERALL & CO.,.-
IGenefairCbirimissioii Merchants, -
Jf. 143 Commas St., opposite St. Chartei Hotel,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.. .
General Newspaper Agency,'
..... .... AND . j.. .
BUREAU OF CORRESPONDENCE.
E. E. OVERALL & CO.
Office. No. 143 Common St., opposite St. Charle
New Orleans, La
Having established ourselves as Subscription,
Advertising and Collecting Agents in New Orleans
for Newspapers and Magazines throughout the
United States and Europe, we are prepared to
contract for Advertisements on the most liberal
terms. Notice of Business Houses will be Insert
ed at reasonable rates tbrougb the medium of
well-written letters from New Orleans, thereby
introducing the Trade to thousan. B of readers.
Communications may be addressed to Box 965
Parties addressing ns as above from any portion
of the country can subscribe for Newspapers and
Magazines throughout the United States or
Kurope. Orders for Stationery, Printing, Blank
Books, etc., can be filled at the lowest rates.
f5f Promptness and Dispatch will be our motto.
October 9, I860. 88 .
EW FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
SHOP IN CHARLOTTE, N. C.
IVE. JVIartin & Co
Having removed their works from STOWES
VILLE, Gaston County, to CHARLOTTE, re
spectfully inform their old patrons and the pub
lic generally that they have opened a
Foundry and Machine Shop,
At the old Navy Yard lot, in the City of Char
lotte, where they are prepared to make all
so its ol
For Steam Engines, Mills, Factories, Water
wheels, Caue Mills, Farming Implements, fcc
Particular attention will be paid to repairing ol
All work shall be done in the very nicest style,
and the best material used.
July 3, 1866 46-tf
JNSURANCE AGAINST FIRE,
AND THE PERILS OF INLAND TRANS-j-ortation.
Composed of the Germania, Hanover, Magia
and Pepublic Fire Insurance Companies, New
York. Coital over $3,000,000.
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, & CO..
oet 6 tf 10 Agents.
ROBBINS & CO.,
61 and 63, Broad St.,
NEW BERN, N. C.
Sept. 33, 1866. 80 tf
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
RALEIGH, N. C.
P. F PESCUD, AGENT,
IS PltKI'AKED TO ISSUE
POLICIES OF INSURANCE
JN the following Companies, whose combined
Capital and Assets amouuts to 92,000,000,
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn.
Atlantic Fire Ins. Co., Urooklyn, N. Y.
Valley of Virginia, "Winchester, Virginia
The abov Companies are well known as fiiv
class Companies, and pay their losses promptly.
For particulars apply to
P. F. PESCUD.
Raleigh, N. C, March 9, I860.
Watson's Photograph Gallery,
RALEIGH, N. C.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
The Sunbeam Art Improving.
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF
Ainbrotypes, Ferreotypes and the larger
size Photographs. Porcelian pictures made with
all the beauty of an ivory painting. Photographs
of all sizes and styles, plain or colored to nature.
Persons wishing work in my line are invited to
call and examine specimens and be convinced
that there is no use going beyond Raleigh on ac
count of prices or quality of work.
Aug. U6, 1866 28 ly. J. W. WATSON.
MATTRASS MAKING AND
THE SUBSCRIBER IS PREPARED TO CAR
RY on the above work in the best style, and
with dispatch. Mattresses will be made out of
raw materials, or old ones will be taken apart
and done up so as to make them as good as new.
Now is the time to have your mattrasses over
hauled, repaired, and renovated. Also, cushions
and sofas of all kinds repaired and renovated.
The subscriber is working at low rates for
cash. He may be found on the premises former
ly occupied by Mr. Shepard. just above the Rail
road bridge, on Uillsboro' street, nearly opposite
Orders from persons at a distance, living on or
near Railroads, are solicited. Work for such
customers, as well as all otuers, will be promptly
done and forwarded.
Raleigh, July 31, 1866. 57 tf
PLANTEES, ATTENTION !
I AM CONSTANTLY NEGOTIATING
sales ol and Mortgages upon Southern
A large amount of
Is now seeking opportunity for
I AM EMPOWERED TO PURCHASE
40,000 ACRES OF COTTON
LANDS IN THE GULF
PLANTERS AND OTHERS,
wishing to sell, mortgage, 0 take partners in
working their lands, are invited to apply to
me at once.
D. J. M. A. JEWETT,
46 Washington, Street,
A. F. Devereux & Co.,
Edmund Rice, Esq.,
William L,. Palmes, Esq.,
Capt. J. B. Geegokt,
: ' ' Hamilton, Mass.
Gxn. William A. Olmstead,
I Troy, N. Y.
Dudley C. Channell, Esq.,
CHARLES C Fillet,
EST" CHARGES MODERATE. ag
All Letters must enclose a Stamp
July 14, 1866.. ....... 50 tw-6m
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.' -i
FINE WINES, BRANDY, WHISKEY GIN
and Jamaca Rum.
WILLIAMS & HAYWOCD.
0t. 99. 9ft In.
Miscellaneous. My ertisements.
manUFacturees ,y . H
WHOLESALE DEALERS; Z2T.. . .
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING,' '
55, 57 59 and 1 Hudson,
Near Duane Street, New York.' "
W. H. WHITPORll, J. B. VAU WAOEHEN,
T. F. CAKHABT, ".. UINBT SHAPES,
A. T. HAMILTON.
Omee'of Payan & Caruart in liquidation.
June 5, 1866. j m
JEWETT & NOERIS,
ATTORNEYS AT. LAW,
46,' Washington Street,
BOSTON, MASS., and LONDON, ENG.,
CONTINUE TO COLLECT AND RECOVER
unclaimed property, money, debts, etc., in
ENGLAND, WALES, IRELAND,
SCOTLAND, CANADA, EAST
OR WEST-INDIES, AUS
TRALIA, Or any other British Colony,
FRANCE, HOLLAND, BELGIUM, OR
Copies of Wills and all other Records obtained.
Cases' prosecuted in favor of Heirs, Legatees,
and next of kin, upon favorable terms.
CHARGES MODERATE. a51
500,000,000 of unclaimed Money,
are invested in the NATIONAL DEBT of Great
Britain alone, in trust for the
Unknown Heirs, Legatees, etc.,
a large portion of this is known to belong to
pa -ties in America.
Mr. Jewett is an Attorney at Law in Eng
lanL, and lepresents the nrin in London.
All letters must be addressed to the Bos
ton office, and enclose stamp.
Isaac Tatlob, Esq., Merchant, Boston, Mass.
Capt. J. B. Gregory, U. S. N., Hamilton, "
Chas. 0. Filley, Esq , New Orleans, La.
Aug. 2, 1866. 58 tw6m.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
HAS DECLARED TO ITS POLICY-HOLDERS
a cash dividend of forty per cent., to
be paid at the next settlement of their annual pre
miums, with an ample surplus, sufficient to have
made a dividend of tlfty per cent.; but the board
of directors' looking to the security of the Com
pany, and to the interests of the assured, deemed
this large dividend of forty per cent, ample with
the assured, and prudent men seeking Life Insu
rance and looking for security, this course should
be approved. The excess over the 40 per cent,
stands credited to the assured, to be applied on
Dividends are paid Annually.
POLICIES & PREMIUMS NON-FORFEITURE.
Thirty dags grace given in pa tnent of premiums.
Hontagne Street, near Conrt, Brooklyi,
and 141 Broadway, Ji. T.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK.
RICHARD H. HARDING
P. F. PESCUD, Raleigh
Dr. WM. G HILL, Raleigh.
Raleigh, N. C, April 3, 1866. 7 ti. .
rpHE UNION REGISTER.
On the first of December following, the Union
Publishing Company will commence the pub
THE UNION REGISTER,
at Greensboro1, N. C. The above named Journal
will be a Weekly, of large size, and printed with
new type and material, devoted to the consistent
and manly vindication of true Union principles,
" with malice toward none, and with charity for
all." It is believed that a Journal of such charac
ter is emphatically demanded by the Union men
of this portion of the State, and we desire to sup
ply this need, and at the same time afford to all
a newspaper worthy of patronage, as a literary
and business Jcnrnal, alive to the interests and
welfare of all classes of readers. The Union
Register will have no political utterances to
ignore or deny, but will be, from the beginning,
thoroughly and unreservedly loyal.
Greensboro' has been fixed on as a point favor
able to the publication of such on account of its
central location, and peculiar telegraph aud rail
road communications, and the well known enter
prise of its inhabitants.
Terms of Subscription.
For one year, single copy, - - $ 3 00
For six mouths, single copy, - 2 00
For one year; clubs of ten," - - 23 00
Payable iiivaribly in advance.
UNION PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Greensboro', N. C.
Nov. 10, 1866. 101 tf
Fall and Winter Importation,
Ribbons, Millinery, and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CAT0R& CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Ribbons, Bonnets, Silks and Satins,
Velvets, Ruches, Flowers, Feathers, Straw Bon
nets, Ladies' lints, trimmed and untrimmed,
No. 237 and Lofts of 239, Baltimore St.,
OFFER. A STOCK UNSURPASSED IN THE
United States in variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited, and prompt attention given,
ggf- Terms CASH.
Sept. 13, 1866: 76 4m-pd
I " BACON I t BACON lit
" 3000LBS7" CHOICE N. C. .. BACON SIDES.
zuvu iun. piuuo ., , ouuuiucn.
' 1000 lbs. choice , . " . Hams.
500 lbs. Southampton Virginia Hams.
SOOVlbe. :-.r " ' " pure leaf Lard,
in kegs. :
The above articles were specially selected lor
family use, and are warranted to give satisfaction.'
B. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
Sep. 90, 1861 tt
Tt4NKS EOR SALE.
WV TI 1 W XTTaT TT ATI PRTOTBTl V A 11TOTT8
Blank forms for cases In the Superior courts as fol
Indictmennt for Larceny,- - -
Do ' Misdemeanor Altering Marks
. Do V- .do Unlawful Fences. '" ".
Do do Fornication ai d Adu-tery
-Dor - . do Assault and Battery.
Do do Disorderly House.
Do 4 do Unlawful Retailing.
Do . , , do Forcible Entry.
Do . do Aflray.
Price of the above blanks $1 per quire.
These, with various other Blanks, such as Land
Deeds, Marriage License Bonds, and Indentures,
are gotten up in superior style, with appropri
ate blank endorsements on back, and printed on
good paper) They will be sold on reasonable
terms for cash
Any Blanks, not on hand, will be printed to or
der at the shortest notice, at the
ONLY AT THE
IN FACT EVERT KIND Or
JOB PRINTING IS EXECUTED
GOLD AND SILVER BRONZES,
i Select Stack f the Best Material for Printing
At the STANDARD OFFICE.
Tlie IBest Printing,
EXECUTED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE,
CALL AND SEE SAMPLES OF WORK,
LEARN OUR PRICES.
gHOES t SHOES ! I SHOES til
THAT LARGE STOCK OF SHOES, lately
advertised, has come, consisting of
The Largest lot ever brought to this City.
Our Col. T'JCKER remains in the Nothern
Markets and keeps himself well posted as to qual
ity and prices of goods.
Give us a call. We can and will sell you
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.
TO BE REVIVED.
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPOSES TO COM
MENCE the re-publication of the
in Kinston, N. C, about the lsi of August, or
as soon thereafter as arrangements can be per
fected, provided sufficient substantial encourage
ment be received.
Perhaps the best declaration of principles, to
which it is deemed necessary to allude for the
present, is a card issued at this office during the
first series, in the lollowing words :
"Devoted to American Interests and Nation
ality; the Union of the States; a Sound
Currency of Uniform Value; the Rights
of the States in the Public Domain ;
Internal Improvements and
Opposed to Sectionalism, whether in the
mischievous agitation of Slavery, or
other demagogical issues of hurtful
and dangerous character."
Cakd of 1860.J
I am not aware that the lapse of time, and
a most extraordinary change of circumstances
would now render the above general principles
inconsistent with the interests and prosperity ot
Price of the Weekly, in advance, 93.
W. DUNN, Jk.,
Editor and Proprietor.
July 28, 1866. 56 ti
28 POLLOK STREET,
NEWBERN, IV. O.
July 1776 tf
THE RALEIGH NATIONAL BANK
Robt. W. Pcixiam, President; W. H. Willabs,
Geo. W. Swepson, C. P. Mindinbux; W. B.
OLD AND 8ILVER COIN, EXCHANGE,
X United States. State and Railroad securities.
bought and sold. Also, uncurrent money.
Agent, tor ine sale ot Revenue stamps. i ly
BUCKETS, BROOMS, PAPER,
SO DOZ. PAINTED BUCKETS,
lO dozen Brooms,
SO reams Wrapping Paper,
SO gross Parlor- Matches. r Arriving to-day.
B. P. WILLIAMSON CO. . :
-Sept- 20, 1866. , 79 tt
. BRUSHES I BRUSHES 1 1 - '
HAIR, TEETH, NAIL, SHOE, , SHAVING, '
Horse, Printers Lye, Dusting, Varnishfng,'
Striping, Marking and many others for sale at
WILLIAMS fc HAYWOOD'S.
L 06 lm
8 w-Yqi-It.- Advertisements. U
Great Bargain in French' China.
ONI HALF THB TTSTJAL SEIXIHO PRICES"."' CALL AKD
BB CONVINCED. ' r ,
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPES.
DINNER PLATES... .....per doe. $3 00
ifKJfiAtUTABT " " i n
TEA " " 1 60
CUPS & SAUCERS.. .. " 3 00
BUTTER DISHES " 75
FRUIT DISHES :. " 70
DINNER SETS 130 ps. 80 00
TEA " 44 ps. 6 SO
All other goods equally' low. " Glass Ware,
Plated Ware House Furnishing Goods, etc.
HADLEY'S CHINA HALLS,
Cooper Institute, middle of the block.
tr No connection with corner store, New
October SOth. 95 Sm
" Unquestionably the best sustained work of the
kind In the World."
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
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It is the foremost Magazine of the day. The
fireside never had a more delightful companion,
nor the million a more enterprising friend, than
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HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
THE ONLY KNOWN KEMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
DIABETS, ' : -IRRITATION
OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE
KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
OR PAINFUL URIN
For these diseases it is truly a sovert-ign remedy,
and too ninch cannot be said in its praise. A
single dose has been known to relieve tLe most
Are you troubled with that dif re-sing pain in
the small of the back and throiij. h the Lips A
tcaspoonlul a day of Helmbold'B iiuchu will re
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no secret of ingredients. Helmbold's
Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubebg,
and Jnniper Berries, selected with great care,
prepared in vacuo and accordicg to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients are known as the most valu
able Diuretics afforded.
is that which acts upon the kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all In
jurious properties, and immediate in its action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION. OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory
ot the U. S., of which ihe following is a correct
"Bdchw. Its odor is strong, diffusEive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and anal
ogous to that of mint. It is given chiefly in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel,
Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, morbid irritation
of the Bladder and Urethra, diseases of the Pros
tate, and Retention or the Incontinence of Urine,
from a loss of tone in the parts concerned in its
evacuation. It has also been recommended in
Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Af
fections, and Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the
Practice of Physic.
See remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Physic,
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine.
From the Largest Manufacturing. Chemist
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with H. T. Helmbold ; be oc
cupied the drug store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the bishicss where
others had not lieen equally so before him. I
have been favorably impressed with his character
(Firm of Powers & Weightman,
Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
From the Phua. Eve. Bulletin, March 10th,
We are gratified to hear of . the continued f tic
cess, in New York, of onr townsman, Mr. H. T.
Heimbold, Druggist. His store, next to the Me
tropolitan Hstel, is 28 feet front, 280 ,eet deep,
and live stories in height. It is certainly a grand
establishment, and speaks favorably of the merit
of his articles. He retains his Office and Labora
tory in this City, which are also model establish
ments of their class.
The proprietor has been' induced to make this
statement from the fact that his remedies,al though
And knowing that the intelligent refrain from us
ing any thing pertaining to Quckery, or the Pat
ent Medicine order, most of which are prepared
by self-styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to
read a physician's simplest prescription, much
less competent -to prepare Pharmaceutical prepar
ations. These Parties Resort
to various means of effecting sales, such as copy
ing parts of advertisements of popular remedies
and finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands Simple, Pure,
and Majestic, having Fact for its Basis, Induction
for its Pilar, Truth alone for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most important; and the afflicted
should not use an advertised medicine, or any
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients are
known to others besides the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of the qualifications of the
party so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT 8ARSAPARILLA,
and IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Established upwards of 16 ears.
Prepared by H. T. HELMBOLD.
Principal Depots, HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Sept. 28, 1866. . , 83 2tw-ws-2m.
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Offer to Southern and Western Jobbers and Be
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Elm, New York City. may lW-kJ-