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Tin- tlrvat Invention id the .yt in HOOP SKIRTS. J. V. iira.l!t)'s New I'ul.nt lui lx Llliptio (or double) ("priii; Mirl. Tho ipveullon consists i f Duplex (or two) KUiplic Pure l.nVcd Steel rpr"hi!s.iii...Tiiii.u-ly blaidcd tightly and tirnti'y t In r . i-di") filjf , making I lie toughest, Ii.u-i iub-vble. em tio, mill durable !S r i ntj ever n.e.l. 1 1 i y n-l lom bend vr break, I kt the 'mht uprircs raid consequently preserv!" their tcrloet m il bciutiftil shape tnoro than twice a long a ary inglo nrliij ekirt tint o.cr I, us or can be liiiio. Tho wonderful flexibility nnd grct.t comfort nil . luiiM.ro to any lady n.-nriiig tho Duplex Kll itii! Skirt aill lie i.x'erii.iice. particularly in nil croadel iish iiiMh..". iicrn-i, e-.iii..pus, ru Iroml cars, church pun, arm chairs, for promenade and huiisu driss, a lite slcirt citi be folded wl.cu in u-u tnnvnpv n stuuII p'lico as tanily and CLii.MM.iiiit!' u.i a (.i.k or iruoliu dress. A lady liavirj enjoyed tho pleasure, cmnfi rt, and great convenience of wearing tl.o Di.p'. x K'liptle Siftl fprimr Skirt fir a mi '1c day ill rev cr al'teiu nuU u if enso with tcir n m. 1". r children, Slisc and ycun? ladies they are mpirior to nil otl-i rs. Tho hoo arc ci voted wifli two ply double fwistcd tl. Kti.1 t i d iil wc ur t v it e as lot.? a tha single yarn covering wl.iih is- lucd on u!l Single Steel lim p Ssirts. Tl.j tlirco Ik '.torn reds on evety SUirt lira u!sn 'u nblo teol, titnl twice or double covered to revo it tl.o covering from wearing elf the n d. when drag-.'inc down i-tairs, stono t-teps, etc., etc.. which the; arc constantly mlijoct to when in nse. All iiro nmdo of tho new and clrgant eordud tapeatul nru tho besi quality ii. every purl, giving to tho nearer tho nior-t graceful 111111 perfect shape possible, an 1 aro r.n vmstiotiuMy tho lightest, nio.it duruhlo, cuinfortubio and it'inoniieal skirt ever made. WKSTS' 1IKAKLKV Ac (JAUY, IVprieter of tho invention. n"d o!o matnil'iictiirur.". 'Jt Chami)tr., and 7'J and .'1, l!c id M reels, Jcw YotU. For pa'a in all frst-olnss sines in tl.U i'ty, mid thronhont lh United S'utes m;d Cunailas, lluvnnnado 'u!ia, Mexico, Smith Auuiku, iit:d the Wcsl li dies. W Inqiiiro fir lliO IHiplix Eilii lie (or i!oiiIj!o) Sprue S!;irt. Jiitiliary IS, ICOit, Sinn. A. it 0. Tin: mjw 'mui WEEKLY MAGAZINE ur 19 published in joufon to bo raoiivcd in near ly ull partsof tho Unit d State ea-t ef tho lioeky Mountain, on every Saturday of its date. It will be duoted to rol'ULAR LITEKATURE, Science and Art, It will contains: Tho best I'opular Talis, The boat Domotio Stories, Tho bust Sketches of rrt.vcl, Tha host Topers ami I'opn'ar fciencc, Tho bif-tMiort To ulnr Eaias, 'flu bohl Tueins, Uii gr.i; hio, to. It given More a:td flutter lor the 3Ii.ney Thar, a.iy other Mnpzino cvar pubCi.-hod. Its aelectiona embrace tho best urtidesftom Uick ena Chambcra The Cornhill and other lta.l ltig fc roi(ii Magazines, published fresh on tho arrival ot ecch steamer, and a Krcut variety of original matter by the bent author. W'a beuuu January 13th, How I made a Fortune in Wall sf., AND- - How I got .Ifarriod. A aplondid, original and truo story, written ex pressly for tho New York Weekly Mai.'nziiiejby a ifonlloman of front cxpetieteo. win knows nil the ins and outs, and who wiil L'ivo ncro In formation about tho straight and eroc'ie I ways of that celobratod htroet than has overbed! publiihod To bo oompletod iti a few wicks. As tho Mugazinois stereotyped b:iek r.ninber. can bo enppliod at ten cuts each. All new dealers should hnvo tlu Masnzino, hut when they aro not accessible, wo have tl.o full.jvnn cash in advance T K li -V ,S . One copy, oun yctir 4 00 One'copy, tlirct: inotitli.4 1 on Two copii'.. one yenr 7 on Five topics 1 yrtfii'l 1 extra lo;ij'miN S on Specimen eopies sent by nutil on receipt of ten cents. ltf Its Spccess.- This Masfazir.e h.isfo ex actly met a gro tt public want, lltat L0,000 Copies are now Printed with every rrjspeet of a vastly greater edition tt soon as t'10 public is awaro of its merits. Aildross, 0. 11. B 1LKY & CO., Tubli-hers N.Y. Weekly Majazino, Ko. 7, UeOr.man s'reut, Newr York fol.3-',!-.v Old and young should use STERLING'S B R 0 s j The Hair. ' Il ureventa or stops tho flair from falling; Cleanses. Beautifies, Preserves, and renders it Soft and Glossy, and tho Head frco from Dandruff. It is tho best Hair Dressing and Preservative in tho world. Sterling's Ambrosia Manufacturing Comp'y, sole proprietors, NEW YORK. ."Put Money in thy IMirwe." ROAD TO WEALTH. 5fl"iA Active and reliable npents, male or a vUU female, and of all vp! ro ranted to canvass every city, on, villape, hamlet workshop, and factory throughout the entire world, for tho aalo of our Watchet.JrMlnj. S'r7r-r- II Vrr'', Mimical boxis Albums ami Other Artities. Fnerp:etio persons cf good habitA aud fair bu.a 1 nets tact can clear over Iii per week in tho country, and a much larger ainocnt in thickly cttlcd localities 1 ATo Capital Required! Famplei of onr articles, to the amount of3 will be tent by mail for inspection and If nut perfectly aatiMfactory noclmre. Scndyonral dress, if yon aro of an industriona turn of mind and in qucat ofimmediato wealth. Direct to ARKhNSON A CO.,lnipor'cr, fob8-$m 20S Ercadway, N.Y. VTOTIt'E. Any person obtaining ten sub i.1 pcribcra, and nendinpr ns the money, fif th dollars, shall receive the Vinton 1'j.cokd one yaar gratis. TJLAXKS of evrry descriptiou. for sale at this office. t.i gtpal plotters. NliiTifl Sale. STATK OF OHIO VINTON CO: Li ('., 0 Cuiaumn Jim. Jac!;snn Woituiim, plaiiiliir, "1 In pari lion. v y Order of William II Tipp ct al dofl's.J Sulo. IN pursuance of tlm enmiiinnl of en ordor of sulalii tho u'iov.i ciiisfl to 1110 dirctted by Oi.i Court of c'oiiiinon l'lo:is in and lor the cmiiity of Vinton and Statu of Ohio and dated the twenty seventh day of Kcl.itiary.a il ls'i'i, I will 1 tr.'r for :i'o at puld'c uuctlnn at too door of tin- court-honso in tho tonii of .Mc Arthur, in mid coiii.ty of ViitoL', on jrotuhty, April iV, 18GG. A' the hour of ono o'clock p m of niiil'day, Thi; folliiwiiiit doscrihod pretnlsj.-to-wil : The Miitheai- ijnaricr l flio K titl west quarter of seetii 11 iiuiu'ier 1 0,i 'n t iwnsliip number S 1 i(.'M of rui tc i.uinber IS tihti'ui containiiiir foriy tl'j aeru hp ri or less, silunted in said e. nuty of Vinton and iS'tuto 01 Ohio, tho same to ho sold ml.jn-1 to the dower cs'.atesof Fancy A Tilpp and M.iry KTiij p. S'lid preti.iscH aro appraise I at tndvo h'n drt.l dulliirs, 100.ui,d must 1 rin two ihin's Ol' ti. lt MUiitlllt. Tel 11. a of ni!o. one third cah, ono-thlrd in one ji !it and 1 iii'-tl ir 1 in two year within leiist fri-m thu day t f ruin. JOIlN.I.FIIOfKKY. Sheritr V. C. 0. T -at ton & Mnyo att'va fi r idlll'. Miirchl,l;';'!--r'Jp'fll.V) Slicrill's Sale. STATE OF OHIO. VINTON CO, Iii Curt a CumiiiDii Jiian. Jus. Ilollhgftorlh and wifu'pltir, 1 In pnrtition va V Order ol Ira Shll'.h-t ot 11I 1kfur.1l.u1t', J aa!o IN purnaueo of tho eoimnand of an order of J sale in the above niuto to 1110 directed by 111 b t'oiirc of Comtnon I'le.n In ucd fortho eu'inty of Vinton an ) State of Ohio and bcurintf dato 1 ha tiTlh day of Kcbiuury, lfM'i, I will i ll'cr for salu at public auction at tho di.or of tho court-hoii-c in tl e town of Jic.Wihur in said county it Vinton, on Ifonhii April Ll, 1SGG, At the hour of one o'cIoca p m of fnl lday, 'I lie li.llcv.ir.L' described promises to-wit : Tho east l.siif of tliu nortliea.sl (iiarter ef section mini i: r 1 thi eo In township number si eight of nniiro t.umbir c iih ee.' contidning aevoiity-oiir lit 7a acres t-itua'cd in suid Vin ton county, Ohio, the same to Im sold snojecl to ti e dower estate of Mary Shil'tlett. Sai l premises are ap raised ulCno thoni-and dollars, and l.inrt briuj two thirds of thut amouiit. Teriiis of mlo, one third cash, 0110 third In nno yea' , ami ono third i.t two years, with iutctcat from tho day cf Kilo. JOHN J.SIIOfKKY, Slioriir V. c. 0. Tratton it Mayo, ntt'ys for pll'tl's. March 1, 1S-IH- fiwdpf U30 AlDSTOSw'S SALU SCHOOL LAND STATE OF OHIO VIN10N CO. 'I'll K nnderslgnel, A iditorof Vln'on comity, 1 wid oiror lorralo, at publio miction, at tho door of tho court- lum.-o, in ilcArthur, on Saturday, April Mlt, JSGG, At tho hour of tnc o'clock, P.M., of fill 1 day the folli wine: described real estate situated in tl.o ci ur.ty ut' Vinton, and township of Wilkcs ville, to-wit: Tho weut half of tho northwest qnaiterofpec tion liiimber t-ixtesii, it. township number citfht of rat. go Lumber i-iMccii, eonlaii irit eighty acris n;( rc i.r Its. Ai iirniscd at Five dollars aiul Fity cents per aero. Alo, (hu east half oftho northwest quarter of hcctioii ruriib. r tixtcen, of township num ber eight, ot range number sixteen, containing eighty a res nir.ru or lets. Appruincd at Seven Du'lurs per acre. I- uch 1 arcel ot' land 1. ust bring tho appraised vabic! thereof. TK11MS OFSAI.F.. one-twolvth in cash, tho re-ii'.uo in eleven crjiml uni ual installments with inUr.st frura the dav of talc, to bo puid antiuallv. IIENUYC. MOOIJE. Mar. l,-iH-fiw9 Auditor V.C.O ALK Or HESAIj Ci'lor of Pi'ohafc Court. STATE OF OHIO. VINTON CO. IN PKOHATE COUUT. dames Dm:;.-l.i ity, ndmiiiistrator ) ol tin cstalj of John U trty deceased plaituilf, Petition 'o fell land. I'.oircr Dat'ehcrly, dfendnr.. J L)L'ItUA.NT to at order of Ka'o mado in tho abivo eaiiso en tin S h day of March, '.i'.A. (.'ranted by ihu said 1 r. halo Cour' wind ri un.l fortho sail county of Vinton, I will it), r tor sale as such administrator an ulore.-uid to tho highest buldcr ut j ubiiu uuction, on Saturday, April 11th, 1800, Atono o'e'oet in U o afternoon, on the t remi ses in Wiilicuville township, tho li Mowing ie scrioci real estain us tliu propcr'y of John liuHKhery. d.'cea'eil, situati:d in tho county Vin..n and State of Ohio, to-wit ! Tha west half of tho mmtliwcst qua -tor see' ion tnuiiDor 5 five, township number e:(ht, and jf ranira number IflJ sixteen, con taining s veiily-fotir l'i iercs. Apo raised at Five bundled and ninety-two dollar- a.VJi m). Said lands to bo soid freo and unincumber ed and upon tern, a as follows : ii,e-'.h;r I cash in hand, one-third in mouths, and tho rem:.iniinf one-third in twelve months, with interest from tho d.iy of salo. Deferred payments to be secured by mortgage ou the premi-es. JAMES DAUGIIKIITY. adm'r of e.t. of J.ihii D.ii.irbertv, dec'd. P.ratton a Mao. ut'j's for iieiiticuer. March cl 1:''.'J -101. 1 18GG t,ielai,y'sfriend- Thu best of tho monthlies devoted to Liter ature ami Fashion, f 2,50 a year. We give Whcolor it Wilson's celobratsd 1 55 (Sewing Machines on the f l!owiii2 terms: Twenty copies und thu sewing machine Thirty " " ' " tt Forty " " it .t Fend 15 etsfr.r as.amplo cnp7 to Pkacom I ETtitBON, 31'l Walnut nt Philadel.hin. Phillip M.Slnirtz's Kstnte. NO I Ii.r. is ocruhy given thai the Hib-e'ib-tr has beu duly appointed and qu.. lined I xcculor on tho cs.iio ot Puillip M. Shnrta. of said Connty deceased. .Mar. l,-0a-8w9 GEOEGE L. EUVRTZ. of of i fix S7n 5 jo, tii as late UliEAT li ED UCTI ON in AT TUE (lSIiI.AIi CASH STORE, DAN WILL & nno'S. AVe are Just in I't'ccipt or a IvMKsi: AD VARIED ASSOItTM KNT Ot on 1 8 G 5 and 1 8 C 6 Consisting of FOREIGN DOM EST1C DItV GOODS, CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Hats and Caps, BOOTS & SHOES, BEADY MADE CLOTIUSG, ALL OTUEK ARTICLES is FAMILY USE ALL OF WHICH WERE BOUGHT FOR CASH. VERY LOWEST KATES AND They "Will Positively Sell 1 CUM than Axr Other Itablhlimcnt IX THE COUNTY. DAN WILL & BRO'3. September 21, 1365. T6ta FUIIMTUUE! FlRMTliriE ! Ilortoa & Hulbert, At E. P. Eothweli's old stanil. on High St McAKTCUR, 0. II AVFXG hoiijlit out the - t cf E. P. Dotlivvcl., und brought NEW .T0CK Of FUKN1TUKE, lJiu'caxifS, k'dstca(ls, Tables, ChairH, Notices,, lioccrs, Ami every otlier article lu tho FUHNITURK LIKE. All of wliic'.i we will iSi;ll cuivArKii . Than any oilier establishment in tho futili ty. Cull niul examine our work and aca lot yourselves. All work warranted. PARIS IIOKTON, Eep. 23. "OS. Cm AllXBfcRT. FUKNriXfliE! FU11NITURE! W E call tho attention of V in ton county, to tho the citizen! o NEW FIRM OF Wyckoff & Kaler's . NEW CABINET m01 AT THE OLD STAND OK ' Sprayue & AVjclidlf, 3IcAi(Iiur, O. Whero hey keep on hand evory variety of fur niture, consisting ot lilt reait s, Bedsteads, Chairs, Cribs, Safe Stands. . Tables, And every thing in tho furniture line. Which they wiil sell cheacr than tho cheap est. Collins always on hand and sold twenty- flvo rcr cent cheaper than any other establi ill mcnl in the State of bio. Also, window Sash on hand for salo low forensh. Jan. IS-Cm jo;ui3. MEKIGO! MEKIGO ! 30,000,000 LOAN OF THE KEPUBLKJ OF MEXICO. TWESTY VEAR CoUI'ON BONDS IS SUMS OF. S"'0, 100.6COO, and SI. 000. INTEKKST SEVKN PKRCKNT..PAYA: ISLE in I lie CITY ol iNFAV YOUli. lrincilc and liilt rol pay.i l)lc i ii li 1) . 810,000,000 (obeSol.lntclX'IY CENTS on the LOLLAK, in U. S., Cur it'iiLV, thus yit lding an it.ter est af twelve fEii cT in cold, or seven- THEN TEIt CENT IN Cl'IlllENtY, bt lliO pieittlt ruteol i ire iii i u in on told The Must ,1) LSI U ABLE INVESTMENT ever OFFER KD, iMENsE TbacTS Ol MlMNO ANB Afiltl cuLTLitAL Lanus, Sixty Per Cent of Pokt Dues Imposts, und Taxes, iii the Siatts 1 AMYULIPAS UlldbAN LUIS PoTi 81, Ulld the Plighted Faith ol tliesuid Slates mid the (i F.NEHAL GoVEKKMEKT ore ALL PLEDGED lor the redemption of these Bundband payment ol interest. THE SEClKITY IS A 91 PEE &30 in U, Curiencv will buy a 7 per c Gold Bond of 650 C0 in U IS. ( urieiTy will buy a 7 per ct Cioul Uond of 1U0 $3C0 in U.S. tuirency will buy a 7 per ct Ciold litdid oi tbV.O ft 6 00 in U.S. tirrency will buy a7perct (iold rJondol Sl,0U0 Leteeuy loveh or KErunLtCAN Insttb tio5 but at least ONK BOND Circulars lorwarded and subscription re c ived by JOHN W. CORLIES &Co .and J.N -TIF FT, Financial Agent the Re public of Mexico, 67 Broailvty N.Y. Subscriptions also received by Banks and Bankets generally throughout the Uuited States, November 16th 1865-Omo JOB PUINT1NO executed with noatneca dispatch at the Kecohd illico, Bratton'a Building, one doer east of Court llouso, (up stairs.) rpiIE LADY'S FRIEND The beat of Monthlioa devocd to Fashion and pure Liieralnre. f2,5oaycur: Twoe"pioa 4: Light (and one.(jra.ls) Wheelor Wilson'e tsewiii(r Idachlnes given as premiums. Send 15 cents for a sample cory to Deacon I'XTiBfo.v, 319 Walnut at-, Philadelphia. Ulf(l9 VUlUUqiBllll BIB III. A.vnD WWV.u I : - IN EWING MACHINES rmiiiin Mniiilc .ti.-kIiiiic. Salesroom 63(5 llroa'.u-ay K. Y. 250 Wuxhingfoii St. JJoitun. Ml Ckeslnut St.. liiilaJtlpida. 1- J 1 1 S MACHINE, lsconstrucle.1 on entirely . new principle of mechanism, poi-scssiug n.any raro ind valuablo iinprovcinenis, having wen oxamincd by tho most ptofuund expoits, and prnnoiineed to bo BIMFLICH Y AND I'EIiFEClION COM DINED. It has a straight neecllo. perpendicular tclior, makes the "Lock or bhutllo t lb di,' which will Nt.niii:u I!ii' iiorl;VL, and is.tliKo on l ';h idc; performs .erfee. fc imr ( u every dcs. tip lion or nialorial.from I.t el ur to th j linc-t ! an cook Mnsiine, with cuttmi, iimn m sill: tbrt ad, fp in the coarsest to tl.o f H '-' nuMber. Having neither Cm in r fi o U'nu t., r.i.d .ho bia.-t t I 1 I'rit'tioii, il iuu.i sinovih as glass, and is euiphafieadv a NOISELESS MACKUVE! T' riquircs Futy ikic unt. lus rowrn 'o drivo it then any other machine in the marlto , A girl jlcven years of nvo can work it stoadliy, w'thout fatigue or injury to health. I'H t-lrcngfli and woNni:iircL narLiciTY of construction, renders it alinoat impossible tc et out of older, and isoi'ABBANTin by tho con.rnny to give cntiro sati.-factioi,. Wu ruspectfully Invito till those who may de sire to nipjly thenihehes lib a superior arti cle to come and examine this iMUVALLtD Ma il, ina. Ono half hours instruction issnfllclcnt, to o niililo any rso n to work this machiiio to thi iron tiro sutisliicliin. l!l:MlilolBlllld t.'IIARITACLE IN'eTITUT!4. will bo liberally dealt with Aoknt W'antji) lor all towns in tho T'nilcd States whero Agents aro not already esmblishcd Also, for I'u'ju". Mexico, I'entral and Hontb America, to whom a liberal discount will bo given. Is'ii conf-ifmiicnls nindo at all. Address Empire Sewing' Machine Ii'g Company, A. a c. HKOADWAY N.Y; Prineipla Agencies Kstablished: Pitsbttrg; Truest Astmiliii Hultimirn, Thop. hbiiiiks. Wheeling, W. Va. W. I. t-'awkull A Iiro. tin ciniiati, 0. Mather A: Wilson Kovunber "Otli IsilJ lsr T1IK LIU U 1'IPU IKrom tho cw lork llcrtld. Prominent among the meclmnical tri umphs of this most irgonluus oge, com mon honesty compels us to notice the Em pire Sewing Machine, commended as just ly styled peilecliou linen, useiiu as nave beoii the various sewing mmliims, from time to time presented to the ulilic, each cno of them has been cursed with some.' radical delect, which detracts from general utilily. Warned by tlie experience of his predecessors, trie inventor ol me .Umpire Machine lias jroduced an instrument, com bining all the advantages lor which others arc vaunted, anil obvialinc every delect lidi can be attributed to tin in by the niost fastidious critic. The K'lipir4 Macniuc is a marvellous com bination of Hinplicity, economy aud perfect workmanship, being durable, free fronia li bility to get out ol order, noiseles't, and en sy of operation, hi mechanical contii vance is sucti as to secure stability, free dom from accident, and accuracy as to workmanship By the ue oT the patented shuttle ami straight needle it makes a stitch, which can neither rip r.or ravel while, at the tunic time, it cun operate perfectly upon cvrrv Frecic3 of material Irom leather to cumuric, with Ihteuds ol cotton , linen t;rsilk, Horn the finest to the coarsest number. As the Empire Machine is Eradually itippiunting its more antique, rivals, no one in want of a more uselul leslrument of this description, bo lie or the tailor coachmuker. dressmaker or seamstress, can dn otherwise than secure of these econom ical ami inimitable machines, suited alike for family and nianulucliiritig purposes. I lie ollicc-of the Empire Manufaciuriii" Co. is at No. 53G Broadway, New York City, whero they ore now supplying these Lmpirc fllucliiiies at prices lr below thk real value ol the instiuinrnld. Nu.vior Ilcrnld. November .10 lfifii)-lv w and Grovesteen & Co., PI AINO FORTE AI A N U r A 01 U K L K o '19D li road way, iew York. The attention of the Public and tho trade is invited to our Ne.v Scale 7 OCTAVE ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which for volume and ptiritv of tone are unrivnll ed. by any hitherto fToeral in this market. They contain all the modern improvements 1' tench, brand ylciion, Harp Pedal, Iron Frume overstrung Bass etc. and each iiutru ii.ent tiemj; mnite tn persunnl 6iiioi vision of Mr. J. II. Grovesteen who has has practical experience ofover St years lu their ifiQimlacturc is lully warranted in every par ticuiur. llio "Urovteteen rmno l?ortea' res ceivtd tho award of merit over all otliors at tho celebrated Worlds Fair, here were exhibited instruments Cram the best makers of London. Paris. Germany Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston ami New York: and also at the American Instutuie lor five successive years, the gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen our ware-room. By the interoductionof improvements we make a still more perfect Piano Forte; and by manufacturing largely, with a strictly caslwsystem', are enabled to offer these in struments at, a price which will preclude all competition. Pbice-No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners Kosewood plain case $275. No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner, Rosewood heavy moulding $300 No, 3, Seven Octave round corners Kosev ood Louis XIV style 6325. Tcrin: CiibIi In Ciirrcn Emids, DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE. Dec. 7ih 1865 lyr a, fc c, & St KOWAFD ASGCIATION' PHILADELPHIA FA. rviSEASES OF THE URINARY AND U SEAU4L SYSTEMS new and relia ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM BER, an Ehsay of Wainingand Iiihtruclion Sent by mail iu sealed envelopes, free chnrge Address. Dr. J, SKI LL I HOUGHTON. Howard Association, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 13th 1865 lyr. at of N 1IELJI UOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 1IELMBOLDS MCHU. IIKI..M I OLD'S BUCHU. 11 tLM HOLD S BUCHU. The Only Known Remedy FOR IMITATION OF Till-: NnfK'OP THE BI.UiDEK, INFI.AM M.VI'1' iN Oh' THRKII)I.VS.r.TARRIIOF "HIE BI.ADDEil. .STKAN GUARY OR PAINFUL UUIN.1TING. ir'OU those dif cases I'.ia Irnly a w)Vor?'rn rom- JL tdy, and loo nritch can i.ot bo aaid ia i: praise. A finio dono has been kiipvvn loro lievo lh nifcs ur-ront aymtom. tiui'u IIV.IIIVI..U nun .in. k fisi rusui ii k I'i.min ',ho snioH of the back and through the hips ( A tcasiiounful a day of Uulnibold'a Buchu willr. liuvo you. I'LEISE NOTICE. I mnko nor-ccret cf incrcdion'a. riolmbnld'i Extract Biiehu U composed of Utiohu Cubeba, an 1 lumper Jicmcn, aelectod with (rremt ear. prepared in vticuo and according to ruloa f I'll ARM AC Y AND CHEMISTRY These Insrcdlcntr Hre known aa tha inonf v&tA sable Dlutotica Ji.llurded A DIURETIC Is tbat which acts upon tha kidney t ' ilELUBCD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ACTS GENTLY, la pleasant In tasto and odor, frao from all Inju rious properties, and immediate in its actiou. FOB THK SATIf FACTION OF ALL, Pco Medical properties contained In Dinpcnsa- iiiij ui me c. o.,oi wi.icn tne loiiowing la a cor rect copy : 'lliciio. Ita odor Ja afronor. dUTuslva and acmewhut aromatic, its tastd bitterish and anal ogotia t that of mint. It la (riven, chciHy In complaint of tho Urinary Organs, aooh a tiruvel, tlironio Catarrh of tha bhddarand Lrotnra; IJisenscs of tha prrwtrate: and Ktton tionorho Ii.o.ntincnco of Urine, fromaloa of tcno in ti e parts concerned in itsavocuation. ir, mis h'mi i.cen recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronic l:hcuma. Urn, C'utuDetia auections. au4 rusy." FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Pco I'rofopsnr Doweci' valuabla work ce it practice of physic. tee tne remarks made by tha celebrated Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia. co ai y.acd aillandard works on Hodieint, TK0M TDB LARGEST MANUFACTURING CI1EMHI I.t THE WORLD. I am acquainted with H. T. nelmbo'.d : ha occupied tho druiz store oppoaito my rcaidonca, ami wuHHticecsstnl in conducting tha business wliero o(iiern luel not been equally ko reroro him. 1 havo been favorably iint.rcot.td with bia character and enterprise. WM. W EIOIITMAN, (I'irmof I'iiwith Wdiili'muu,) M nun fiietit ring I'liondsta, Ninth and l!r)vn St.. Pliil. Fr.'T.i tlioPliila. Kveir;r iiullelin, Mnreh 10th. Wo are t'rnMlieil to hear of the continued siki- eessiu Nw Yorlt.'if our townsman, Mr. II. T. iimvil,. )n:i.li Its ntnrn. lidrt. tnlhi Mctropolil.iri lU tel.i 2S l'et front, 230 ftot ilw p. and vo stories in height. It is certainly a iirnud establisbmont, and speaks tavorably of the inoi iin of h'w articles. Ho ralurna his oifieo and laboratory to this city, which are also model estabiisl, merits of their class. The proprietor has been induced to make thi ftatcniLnt from the fact that his remedies, al though advertised, are GENUINE PREPARATIONS And knowincr that tha intelligent refrain from using anything pertaining to quackery or tho Patent .llodicino order moi of which ara prepared by Fclf-syIod Doctors, who are to f norant to roid a physician's simplest prescrip tion, much less compotont to prcpate pharma- ccutiul preparations, THESE PARTIES RESORT to various means of effecting falls, such aa cop ying parts of advertisements of popular rem edies, and fiuibh'ne with certificates. Im K'icnco of Medicine Btanda imple,pure, and majestic, having fact for its basis, induction for its pillar, truth alono for its capital. A WORLD OF CAUTION. Iloilth is most important, and ' the afflicted ahould not uso an advertised medicine, or ny remedy, unless its contents or ingredients ara known to oihors besido the mannfaotarer, or nntil they aro satisfied oi tha qualifications of the party so offering. HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU, FLUID EXTRACT 8ARS4PARILLA AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH Establshed upwards of 16 years. Ptepared by H.T. IIELMBOLD. PRINCIPLE DEPOT. HELMBOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE. 594 Broadway. N.Y Anl HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT 104 South Tenth St Philadelphia Pa. SOLD BYaIL DRUGGISTS, Xovambei IS "1MM