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Farmers' Department.
WeMust Farm Better.
' Vnles the fertile land with dally care
J exercised, and with nn Iron war,
"With rakes and harrows, the proud foes
expelled.
' And birds with clamors ftidited from
the field,
Ou other's crops we may wkh envy look.
And shake for food the lone-abandoned
, ok.i-Vryden'i irgil.
There is too much bad man
agement
amonj?
farmers too
much agriculture that is . of a
non-payiiigv retrogressive, slip
Bhod character. Onmany farms
the management is decidedly
faulty. ' w hen xc pass through
the country, the first thought
js, in many places, that the land
is poor; ana the next is, that
bad cultivation makes it look
less productive. The rule is,
UlVQlf MUl S1 1,11V VWUUllJf
poor lana, bad cultivation, and
injudicious management, while
occasionally we meet with the
exception a irood farm, well
tilled, where every branch of
business moves on harmonious
ly, progressively, and in a pay
ing manner.
Let the thought be repeated:
We mmt farm Idler. There
is too large a proportion of our
cultivable fields that are exces
eively wet; and often tho stand
ing water flows along several
inches deep, . forward of the
turning furrow slices, when the
land is being plowed. Such
soils cannot be properly pre
pared for a crop of any kind
until well underdrained; and it
will be folly to think of intro
ducing an improved and reno
vating system of agriculture
Until all this surplus water is
conducted away. Draining
wet portions of certain fields,
and thorough draining where
the soil is bo heavy and reten
tive as to hold surface water for
several days after a hard show
er, is the very first step to suc
cess in improved agriculture.
VVe must plow better. Our
soil is not half plowed, in most
instances. The furrow-slices !
are cut too wide. The ground
is not all broken up. There i
too much cutting and eovcrisr.
The soil that i$ plowed i c:
half pulverized. In niot in
:
stances, a large proportion ol
it is only turned upside down. ,
Jflants cannot flourish luxuri
antly where the soil is not fine
ly comminnifted. "We must
Vppn nur nlmvs in lipttrr nrrlptv
use sharper points; employ bet
ter plowmen; and keep better
teams to plow with.
"VVe must make and apply
more manure. Farmers, as a
class, do not husband the man
urial resources of their farms.
Too much of their fertilizing
material goes to the water and
the winds. . The starved and
robbed soil does not get it.
J udging from appearances, the
less manure most of our farm
ers have, the better they like it.
But it brings starvation to their
crops and impoverishment to
their soils. A very few farm
ers make and apply enough to
keep the fertility of their farms
improving from year to year.
.This system renders the good
farms better, and repays well
for expenses incurred in labor.
The few who farm well reap
better crops annually; while
the mass of farmers receive
small and less abundant yields
as long as they continue their
present system of cultivation.
"We must keep more stock.
A mixed system of husbandry
is the best that can be adopted
e : it.
larms, as well as lor restoring
such as have been impoverished
by bad management. Neat
cattle or sheep, in connection
with gram raising, will eventu
ally improve the agriculture of
our country, so that we shall
reap two spears of grain and
grass where now we see but
one. Let every proprietor of a
farm commence at once a reno
vating system, and resolve to
farm better. A good judge on
this subject, looking over our
shoulder as we write, says
Amen!'
JOB JRINTlJiO executed with latnss,
and diepatob at th Kioobb offlc, B rat
to' Bnil ding, on door of Cour lljuj
(ip sUirs.)
WeMust Farm Better. Special Notice.
CONFIDENTIAL.
RKitT combined talent ol
Europe md America are
tho mcu to consult : Drs. Bon
aparte & KejnoMs, ot 1S2
Hyeamore strut, (Jncii.uati, if the only olflee
in ill ci'J where s permanent enre of private
DiFaaca ran be bad witlont the ne ofmurcury
or change of diet. We guaruntCD to lure Uonr
losa, (ileet, SypMIU, Impottocy, Ncciurnal
KmiMdona, or 8elf Abuse, DiuiLal Eniitu-i'ma,
Female complain'., In short, every porsible
form and Variety of Sexual D.'aearo. ' Cures
rapid, th ongh md permanent, and feea moJe
rate. Come one Come all.
Great hkdicai, cmccua sent for two Scent
(tamp
FHfcKcti Mm A mre preventative lodisoaxo.
Pi ice, 1 each, or three fur S3, or (7 per dozen.
Sent by mull. - -
Dr. B.' Invigorating Llnlmmt. Trie. 8 CO
per botle. - ' '
(ill I AT WOM OK FBIVATI Cti-lAftS, Till OCIDB
to uialtii. I hcrurk'iul to all, initio and fumule
tlie old and joun, ahonld read this book. It
will enlighten thus who grope iudurkness.
Piiee,S5e by mail, mountain of light one dollar.
N. II. To the iadikk. No Ldy should be
without M.l. Loiier Fomolo Monthly Ii llx
a wt'e and eftectuul remedy tor all Irregularities
and obHtruotlon, from whatever cause. Prioe
one dollar a box; extra f!no five dollars. Cum
municalionaby mail eniitely lonfUcntinl. No
)etura will be answered unlme they contain
remittance or a pottage stamp, ('nil or addrea.
DIM. HO.NAPARTKA HEVNOLDS.
131 Sycamore St .hot. Fifth and Sixth. eu aido
' incinnnl. O. Oflice hours, 8 A. M. to P. M.
P.( . Box Wi.
DR. STRICKLAND'S
Pile Ikmcdv
CURE
Fon
PILES..) J-f-
AS enred thousands of
tli itoM cee of
Blind and Blecdina Piles.
It give Immediate rlior. and effuets a perma
ntntto'e. Try it dirccly It i w r ran ted to
cure. For tale by all Druggists at SO cent per
bottlo.
January 13, 1SG6. ly.
DYSPEPSIA.
D' it, Stuickland'
Tonio Is con
, cenlrated preparation o'
Koota and Herbs, wltb
anliaoids und enrmim-
DOCTOR "
Strickland's
TOXIC.
tlve to siretigthen tho stomach and norvowa y
tern. Uiaa-cnniii remedy Cor Dyspepsia or In
digoxtion, Nervousness, Lo-i ot Appotile
Acidity of the Stomacb, Flatulency enr"
Debility, it la not alcoholic, therefore particu
larly auited for Weak. Nervoos and Djp)ptlo
pcrtona. For Bale by all Druggikt every wher
at one dollar per bottle.
January 18, Sil6, ly.
"Put Money in thy Purse."
ROAD TO WEALTH.
5 Active and rclinble nponta, mule or
cjUUU female, and of all ugca, are fantcd
to ennva.-g every city, wn, village, hamlet
workKhop, and factor; throughout the ejuiro
world, fur the aule of onr
Watches, Jewelry, Silter-Ware, Musieal boxes
Alliums and Other Articles.
Knerfrctio pcraon cf good hubita and fnlr bus
lueta tact can. dear ovor 25 per week in tho
country, and a much lurger amoont in thickly
lettlcd loonlitien!
Xo Capital Required !
Samr'e of cur article, to the amount of3
will Ve tent by mail for inapection and If not
rrrecf'r Mifaotory noehare. Send your ad
d ii fCTi are of an indulrior. turn of mind
aadia i?rr.H!a'.e wealth. Dirtct t
PAi-SlNsON A CO-Jrepcrtm.
tf-?-3 i i Ercidwtr. N.T.
l0b.
. l t.f u r:c-:i::s ucTctea Li'er-s-r
tii Fi'ilca. J.-') a jer. Weis
Wh:rA Wir.-rn clrarsi IJ Sewing
Vachir.es on the f Uwict te'rn:
Twenty p's snd the Miring rr.a.tic IT
Thirty ' " 65
Forty ' " " " 10-1
fend 15 ct frr a larrple eory to Diaok &
1'lTt.ito. J11 Walnut at,, Philadelphia.
w
ANTED! Agents. Male nd Frmal at
73 t I30 per month to sell tbe Celt-
brated
COMMOX SEXSE FAMILY SEWIXG
MACHINE,
PRICE, - - . - - $18,00.
This Machine will do all kinds of woik equal
to the high priced Machines, and is the only
practical and reliable Cheap Bowing Machin
li the World. Sand for descriptive Circular.
Address-SKOOMB & CO., Chicairo. III., or
Cleveland, Ohio. Principal Office, No. 3 I'ns
om llouce Place. Chicago. II), n LSSwry
Manhood; how Lost, Low Kestorcd
fis;. 1 TST rnblisbe'd, a new edillor of
2 V Dr. Cnlverwell's Celebrated Es-
'w' ou tne ,a"' cur9 ("Ithi'ft
AaJUfcft medicine) of Spermatorrl.cea, or
seiniual Weakness. Involuntary Seminel Losse
Imputentcy, Men'ul Jand Physical Incajiacity,
'mpedimcnis to marriugo, etc; ul.-M) Comunip
tion. Epilepsy, and Fits. Induced by self indul'
ginoe orSeclual extravagance.
Pif" Price in a sealed enve'opo.ouly S cents.
Tbe celebrated aniboi In this admirable esMy
clearly dimonntrates, from thiity yeiri" auo-
ceasful practice, that tho alrrminir cornea uenoen
of self bnse may be radically cured withutt
tne aanircrous use ot internal medicine or the
application of the knile pointing utamole
of cure at once simple, certain, and cfiociual.by
means of which every HiuVrvr, no matter what
uis cuiiurjuu may oe, may cure tiimsoii cneapij
privately and radically.
tS 'I his lect ire ahouid he In the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under Mai, in a r'aln enveloi e. to anv
address, post piid, on rec"'pt of six cent, r
two pos; stamps. Address the publii-hira.
C1IA8. J. C. KLINE CO., 127 Bowery, N
Y., Post Office box 4.S88.
Agents Wanted! .
lo M price Ccrtilicates for
ROLDAM) SIIA'KU VA'rriipi
Ladies .letvilry, Diamond KIiil's, Pins, Ac-'
Onlv 85.00 Each.
For any srticio drawn, Iietail price from
All Good.s TT!irrntitil (lemiino.
Trice of Certificates 25 Cents each-.. Lib
eral Premiums und Commission
allowed to Agents.
Sample Ckbtificatku eekt Ebee.
For Circulars and Terms address, '
Messrs. 1IAYWA1JD & CO.,
229 Uroadway, New York
Jan.4,18C6,3mo.
A CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman while roMding in Sonth Amer
ce as missionary discovered aafe and sim
ple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness,
Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and
Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disord
ders brought on by baneful and vicious hahlf.
ttreat bnmbeia have been already cured by this
noble remedy. Promyted by a desire to ben
fit the ffllcted and oufortunate, I will sens
the recti fir preparing and nsing this rrndi
'ne,in a neaied envelope, to anw one who needs
it, Kaxa or ('babbi.
Please incloa a postpaid eevolope, address
d to yourself. ...
Ailrs .
JOSEPH T. INHAIf,
f tatiov D. BiaLl Ilomi.
Mra. llth 185 tyr. New York
B
LAXKS of every description, for sidf
HI llll! UUllV. - "
WeMust Farm Better. Special Notice. Legal Advertisements.
Sheriff's Sale,
STATE OF OHIO VINION CO.
P LG Brown admr'a of Jolinl InOonrtcf
M Brown deceased. Plainlil), Com. I'lcan.
v ! Drder
PO Brown aa pi inoipl, J C? of
Brown J 0 tfweiland M- Sal,
curity. Defendants, J
rUI!SCANT to the command of an order of
A sal In the aboxa cause to me directed from
the Court of Common Pleas, of (h aforesaid
county of Vinton,! will otf;r lor sale, at the
door oi ue conn-bonne, in the town ox Woar-
thur,in kfuresaid couuty of V inton, on
Monday, May 21st, 18G6,
At ths honr'of one o'clnck p. m., of anid day,
the following described lauds and tenements,
to-wit:
All of oat-lot number throe (St In the tows
of rrtville, Vinton County, Umo, contain
lug lnee apd forty three hundredtha(3 48-1001
acres, except a portion of tall onl lot eooveyod
to U. fliincy by deed rrom f U ttrowa dated
March 6ih, 1969, containing two (2) acres aud
ninotv-flvs (Wrod.
Taken a the properly of Pearly 0 Brown to
Mllity a judgment of aforesaid court- in fafor
of P L G lirwn admr's cf John U Brown
decoaned.
Appraised ai follows, to-wlt: Twn nundreJ
ana Iwentv-flve aollara, and must bring two-
inirus vi i iifti anm
Terms ol nale. c.irh in hand.
JOHN J. 8' 0fKEY,
Sheriff V. CO.
J J MaDowell.att'v for plfff.
19, IStt'l ;
Road Notice.
VfOTlCE 1 hereby given that a petition will
li ot presented to the oommilonerb of Vin
ton Count .Ohio, at iheir next regular session
praying for he CHtiiblii.hmvnt uud ankinga
view and srrvey of k comity road coniinencirf
m me conn y roau luaniiig irom tne ficArtnur
ana gun mate roud, to liloomingville In
HockiiiK county, near tho rnsidence of hire.
Mann und running ' thence souOiCASt until it
croaxes the liusly forko Raccoon crcok thenco
southeast passing near the house formerly owned
and occuniod by Juub Binly thence noutlieat
on and along the south side of said fork of
Uncconn creek until it Intersects the McArthur
and Loeiin statu roud at a point near the south
euu of tbe bridge over said oreek near the
Karnes school bouse and thero to end. Said
roao to bealt in Swan townxhip.
Aid 19-4wpd Mant Pktitiomers.
Sheriff's Sale.
State of, Ohio, Vinton Co. :
Simon Patclid, Plaintiff, In. Court of com
vs , I Pleua.
William Dole snd James Order of elo,
Doles, Delndantv, J Yeud,i Ex.
T)UKSU tNT to tbe command of an Order
X rf buto ven'cx. in tho above cause. lo me di
rected Irom the ConrJof ifommon Pleas, of the
aforesaid county of Vinton. I will offer at pub
lic sale, at the door ol'the Court-Ilouse, in tho
town of McArthur, in aforesaid cot'uty of Vin
ton, on
Jfouday, 21st datj cf May, 1866,
at the hour of 1 o'clock P, M of ald day, tbe
following Lsjds und Tonnn.ents 'o-i:
Tue soothes lit qnar'er of the mn'hwest qnar
tersnj the Knthwcst quarter of the roitthcant
qturter and the W'Ht half ol the northwest
q'.arter of section number thirty six (33) in
township numhtr rine ' 9 of range nnmbe'
riLCeen (19;, ctntaicirg eighty acre more or
'..
T!ren ap tSe property of William Doles to
w:-fy a jmlcment cf aforesaid court in favor
if Sir.n n Kacl ff.
A praid a follows to-wit: At Six hundred
and Ct'ty dollars, and mns. bring two-thirds
of that turn.
Tein-s of , ale each in hand.
JOUN J.8II0CKET,
Sheriff V. Co., 0.
II. F Bnndv. Att'y for Plfff.
April 19,l$tSi,--Sw pf!300.
Shcrili'9 Sale.
STATE OF OHIO. VINTON CO.
In Court of Common Pleas.
ClarrisssDowd. pimllff. 1 In Court of
va f Common Pleus
Ervin E Dowd. defecdanty,) Order olsa'.e No. 8
I N puri-uenco of the command of an order and
1 ducreeiu '.he above (Hiise tome directel fiotn
tb Court of Comnioti Plea of the uforesnid
county of Vinton und Stata of Ohio, I will i ffer
at public sale at the door of tue conrt-non-e
in the town of McArthur in aforesaid county
oi Vinton, on
Monday May 21ct, 1866,
At the hour of one o'clock p m of saidday,
The follcwing described premise to-wit : bts
pinning tor the same eleven chains und twenty
links west of the north-ea-t corner ol acifiou
number thirty-two, 82! In townhip namher
'en, I" of range numner t-ixteen, 16 Ohio
Company's purchase. O'.ence ruth forty-one
chains und twenty five link-, thence west thirty-two
chains ana ninety links, the. ee north
for'y -one chains and twenty -five links, thence
cast thirty -two chains and seventy links, to
the place of beginning contalnning one hundred
and thirty-five (135) sere m ro or lei-s.
Taken us the property of Ervin E. Dowd to
usiisfy hii order and deciec of afotesaii Court,
iu favor of Clnrrifm Dowd.
t Appraiser! a follows, to- wif Twen'y
ix hundred dollurs and must bring two
vhiids of that sum.
Terms of sale, cash i hand.
John j. SHoncEY,
Sheriff V. C. 0.
Bratton & Mayo, att'ys for plt'ffs.
April 19, 186-t-5wl7pfl8'iO
Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OE OHIO, VINTON CO;
Iereal lesser, Plaintiff, J In Court of Com
f Plans.
William II Black, Defendant) On Vendl No. 2.
IJUKSTJANT to the command of a vendt trder
of sale in tbe ahove cause to me diroct
ed from the Court of Common Plesa. of the
aforesaid county of Vinton, I will offer at pub
lie sale, at the door of the court bouse, in the
lown of ilcArlhui, in aforesaid county of
Vinton, on
Monday, May 21st, 1866,
At the hour of rn o'clock pm, of said day
the following premises situated in the county
of Vinton and State of Ohio and bounded and
decribed3 follow i to-wit 1
The northwest quarter "f section number
thirty-four (84.) In townnhip number ten ('0,)
of runge number fifteen (J5), alao, the west
half ot the northeast quarter of section num
ber thirty four(34), in township number ten
(10), of range nnmber fifteen, containing two
hui lied aud forty acres.
Taken as the property of William Hi Blaok
to satisfy a judgment of aforesaid court in 'avor
of IkiW Chesser. : .
Apptsisedaa follows, to wit: At Three thou
sand dollars, and must brine; two-thirdi of that
sum.
Terms of sale, cash In hand.
,:' V " Sheriff V 00
leal Chooser in person.
April 15, lf60-6wl7p'l30O
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE !
Horton & Hnlbert,
At E. P. Bothwell'i old sUod, on High St
. McARTIiUR, 0.
HAVING bought out the t of E. P.
ISothweK, uud brought
EW HT0C Of
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 coun
ty. Call and examine our work and see
ioi yourselves. All work warranted.
PARIS HORTON.
. 6ep. 38, 65, 6m E. A. HULBKRT.
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE !
WE call the attention of tne citizens o
Vintoa county, to the
NEW FIR M
OK
Wyckoff & Kaleis
NEW CABINET SHOP,
AT till OLD ST1KD OF
Sprngue & Wyckoff, McArthur, O.
Where fhey keep on hand every tarletj of fur
niture, cousUtitg of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Chairs,
Cribs,
Safes,
Stands.
Tables,
' And every thine In the furnitnre line.
Which tluy will sell cheaper than the cheap
est. Coffins always on hand and sold fwenty-
Dve per cent iieapcr ttian any other establish
mcu l in the State of - hio. Also, window Sash
on hand for Kale low for cash. Jan. 18-Sra
gonns. ,
MEXICO! MEXICO!
$30,000,000 LOAN
: OF THE '
REPUBLIC OP MKYICO.
Twenty year Coupon Bokd jn Sums or.
850. fcinn. r,on mn t (inn
INTEREST SKYKN PKRCKNT..PAYA:
1JLE in ihe CITY of EW YORK.
Print? pic mid inlsrest pay.i
j blc 1 n GOLD.
610,000,000 to be Sold nt MXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Cur.ency, thus yielding an L.ter-
etjt 8 f TWELVE fEB CKT IS 001D, Or SEVEN
TEEN PER cent in ci'bbenct, at the pietent
rnlcol (ireiiiium on gold.
The Most DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
ever OFFERED,
Imekse Tbacts Of Ml NINO INI Aori
cultukal Lands, Sixty Peh Cent, of Pobt
Dues Imposts, and Taxes, in tho States of
Tahyulipas and San Luis Pot. si, and the
Pliohteu Faith ol the said States and the
General GovEusMENTareaLt Pledge u for
the redemption of these Bonds aud payment
of interest.
THE SECUHITY 19 AM PILE
$30 in U.S. Currency will buy 7 per c
Gold Bond of 150 . .
660 in U S. Cunencr will buy a 7 perct.
- Gold Bond oftlOO
3C0 in U.S. Cuirenry will buy a 7 perct.
Gold Bond of 500
1600 in U.S. urrency will buy a7rerct,
Gold Bond of $ 1,000
Let eveby wveb or Rkfcblican Insttb-
' TIONS BUT AT LEAST ONE BOND '
. Circulars forwarded and subscription re
e Ired br '
John w corlies &co , and
JJJ.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public of Mexico. 67 Broadway N.Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and
Banken generally throughout , the Uuited
States, . i
November 16th 1865-6mo
pHE LADY'S FEIKND
' ' The best of Monthlies devoted to Fashion
and pure Literature. i9,50 a year: Two copies
Bight (and one gratia) 16. W"ieeler fc
Witoon'a Bewing Machines given as premiums.
Rend 15 cents for a sample copy lo Dcacoh &
PaTUtsoa-,319 Walnut St., Philadelphia,
filngla nnmber for aala by the Newa Dealere
JOB PK1NT1NQ executed with neatnesa and
dispatch at rhe Rxooan office, Bratton's
Building, one do: r east of Court House, (nr
tairs.) N
SdDiPj'SIatpats.-
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It has a straight needle, per pendlonlar action
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Having neither Can nor Coo Wnm, and .ha
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drive It then any othor machine iu the marker,
a girl oleven years of age can work it steadily,
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Itastnngn and wonDtnrci aihtPitoiTT ef
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Ko consiirnnienta made at all. .Address
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November 80th If6S-lir '
THE
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ly styled pel lection itself. Useful as have
been the vnrious sewing muthiues, from
time to time presented lo the public, each
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predecessors, the inventor of the Empire
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whkh can be attributed to them by the
most fnsf iiiious critic.
The Empir Mscnine is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free fronts li
btli t y to get out of order, nnlselts',, and ea
sy of operation. Its niechunicul con t i j
Vance is such as to secure stability, free
dom fiom at cident, and ucrurucy as to
workmanship By the uo of the patented
shuttle ami straight needlo. it makes a
stitch, ninth can neither rip r.or ravrl
wliile, at the same time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from leather lo cambric, with Unpads ol
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarses! number.
A the Empire Machine is gradually
supplanting iu more antique rivals, no
one in'uant of a more useful iestrument
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coaclimaker. dressmaker or seamstress, can
do otherwise than see me of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office ot the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is al No. 536 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now supplying thes
Empire Machines at prices tar below th?
teal value of the Instiuinents.New Yoi
Herald.
November 30 1865-1 r
iaito fortto.
Grovesteen & Co.,
PIANO FORtE
. jiANlit ACI'UUJSkA', ,
499 Broadway, New York,
The attention of the Public and the trade
is invited to our Ne Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and puritr of tone are unrivall
ed; by auy hitherto ffbered in tbis market.
They contain all the modern improvements
r tench, Urand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc and each instru
ment being made the personal stiiervision
of Mr. J. H. Grovesteen who has has a
practical experience of over 3' years in their
manufacture is fully warranted in every par
ticular.
Tbo "Grovestflen L'iano Fortes" re
ceived tbo award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments frm
the best makers of London. Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at tbe American Instutute
for five successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room, ;
By the introduction of improvements we
make a still more periect Piano Forte, and
by manulat luring largely, with a atricly
cash system, are enabled io offer these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
competition.
Pbice-No . 1 , Seveo Octave, round come ra
Ko.'ewoorl plain case 8275. '
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy n.ouldlng 0300 '
No. 3, Seven Octave- round corners
Kosevood Louis XIV style t325-,
Term: Nri Cissli lis ruricn Kiinds,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
FREE. '.
Dec. 7ih 1865-lyr A.fcc,
- HOWARD ASGCIATION'
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUAL SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment, ilso the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction
8ent- by mail in sealed envelopes,- free of
charge Address. Dr. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, , No.
2 South Ninth atreef, Philadelphia, pa.
Oct. 13th 1865 lyr.
II E L M B O L D'S
EXTRACT BUCHU
, I1ELMB OLD'S BUCHU. . : : -T
, HELM t OLDS BUCHU. i
, H ELM B OLD'S BUCHU .
Tbe Only Known Bcmcd
v i
-FOR
DIABETES
IRRITATION OF THE NECK!0F THS
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF .
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. 8TKAN- -GUAKY
OR PAINFUL !
URINATING.
FOR that diMaita it la truly a aovarstga aaaa
ady, and too much can not ba said In Ita
pralaa. A single doaa baa bsaa knowe U re
liavathsrnoa urgent aymtoma. .
An ynn troubled wltb that dUtreaalnf palala
the small of the back and through tb hip I A
teupoonful a day of llaltnbold'a llucba will l
liev you. . . !
rnysiciANs And others'
i'LEASE NOTICE. . ,
I make no seent af ingradlsn'a. Ualmbold'a
Extract Buchn la oomporetlof Bnehw Uabebt,
and Jutiluer Berrlea, aeleoted with grant ear,
prepared iu vacuo aid according- to rule f .
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Thou lagredientr are known as thsmtstvaK
cable Dlurstica afforded
ADIURETIC
. i
h that whloh acta upon th kidncj '
DEllCD'S EXTRACT BUCifU
ACTS GENTLY,
la plenaant in taat and odor, free from all Inja
rioui propertloa, and immadiat in ita action.
FOB Till IATIEFA0TI0N OF ALL, ",
Fee Medical prnpertka contained In' Dlnpensa
toijof the U. 8., of which fLt following laaur
rcct ccpy t
'IUcbo. Ita odo Is strohgl dlffnSiv aaOl
(otniwhut aromatic, Its taat bit'enab and anal
ogoua t) VJiat of miu. It la given, cheiflr iu,
complaints of the Urinary Urg.ins, at)h a
Gravel, Chronio Cktarrlt of the bliddorand
Urethra; Uiacaaesof tlia proatrntm ar' Uota
tion or (lis locuntinence f Urino, from lota,
o f tono in the parte oonoersed In 1 la a vocnatlon.
It lias alao been recommended in Dyapep'la,
Chronio kheumatlam, Cutuneua affection, aaa
Droiy." ... i
' ' 'I
FOR FDRTD2R INFORMATION
, ... . , . ; . i , ,
cce TrofoMor Doweca' raluabla' work ea'tjif
practice of pliycic. , ' ' ' ' ' '
fee tlio rrmarka made by th celebrated Jr,
I'hyaio, of Philadelphia. -' I : "'i
Sea ary and all standard works oa Mcdiciua,
'.'. 'Tr rh'" v
0 , ! - ; . I i i:i
L A R G ES T '
- : . : u..il
manufacturing; chemist
:r i : .: t r
WORLD. ,
IN THE
' , . .. ,
I am acquainted with II. T. Hlmbold j ha
occupied the diug atoru oppoait my leaidenea,
and waaauccewlnl In conducting- the' buaineaa
where ofhera had not been eqoally eo before
him. 1 have been favorably Impresaed with bU
character and enterprise. , .. .-..: . '
Wm. WrioHTMiir,
(Firm of Powera & Wel(fhtran,) ' '
Mannfaetnring Chemlnta,
Ninth and Brown at., Phlla.
From the Phil. Even' Bullotin, March 10th. I
We are eratifled to bear of tha continued u
ceiwin Nw York, of our townsmad, Mr. B.Tt
llalmbold, Druggist. Hi atore, neit to tha
Metropolitan H. tol.ia 23 foet front, 280 fet
deep. nd five atorie in height. It i Mrtatnly
a grand eatahllahmeat, and apeak favorably of
the moriia of bis articles. ' lie retnrna hi offlc
and labors' ory to this city, which are alao nodal
establiahment of their class. 1 .. , , ..
Tb proprietor haa been induced to make tbla
statement from tha faattbathla Maaedies.aU
though advertised, are 1
GE.MIXE PREPAMTIOJIS
i ' ' ' l : r.l
And knowlna- that the JnUulgent' refralt
from using anything pertaining to qaaokary sc.
th Patent Medioina ordarmoai of Whieb- are
prepared by Mlf-yled Doctor, who ar U gi
norant to re id a physician's almpleat prescrip
tion, much less competent to prepai plarma-
....... pvfu.uvu.,
J.! -til
THESE . PARTIES RESORT'
. a 1 1
to varlona muni tit Affiu.tt.i maV a u.
ying parts of advertisemeata of popular rem
edica, and flnUb'pg whh cartificata.. - , ;
Thi Science of Uedicin' stands impU.pur,
and majcatie, having fact for.lta banis, Induotioa
for its pillar, truth alone forltaaanluL ' ;
.!
I v
A WORLD OF.CAUJIP.
ii,..,', ..! ; r
Hailth la mnat tmnnrtanK mnA y 4H
lilad
aliOUld not OS an advertiaad mM)tai HA. AV'IB
remedy, uuksaita contenta cf InfrMdieotaar
known to. others beside the manufacturer, br
until I hey are satiafied cf tha qualiflcationa af
wui party eoouenng.
. ! i .'. i 1 ' i o:l ;
HELMBOLD'S ;
,
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
FLUID EXTRACTBUBUU,oA
FLUID EXTRACT BARHilPAFILLA
AND IMPROVE! ROSE WASIC
v- ,1.1 ') i ,v, 'i ,.. t i
Establsbed opwiideof '16 years. ' J
;t t l-.'.ti j ;. I"ir . . f i I . . ii. tI i ' j
Prepared by H.T.. HELMBOLD.',,'
. : .', I . .;.' . i .!! i.'.; i!t i
PniJiClPJLB DEPOT.-.V',
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
. WAREHOUSE. &H4 Broadway, N.Y
AnJ HELMBOLD'S MEpiCAL DEPOT
104 South Tenth St. Pbjlaaelphia Pa.
. ' . ' -r-, . r :?'
I , BOLD BY Alt DRUGGISTS.! ri
.-n-iio iM :s CI
N.TWikei II, 114- ly.

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