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FAITH AND DUTY.
Something ever doth Improfs us
With a sense of riflit and wrong :
' Something waitetli still to bloss u, -Aa
we jnnrne) lift) slopg :
Something viowtoa whispers to us
Words of hops and prumiso rut a :
Feiie sje.k.f ropkcllf hrung!) tn,
. 'Or lift jh.i shuif ajdor; 5
j-- Cif-' ,
. "TEero li a t'.lcnt. f oi:c!c!i teacher; .
'8tlJa jatn3iJioiuMin.-'; :
Unto each weak', earth bjrn creatine1
Wisdom'. IettJt rJMtxi3.aliiv;. .
Iloed them betcj prow r.nj i'svt ;
They will soften life's hot flay ,
' Duty makeyosr alcta adviser, s -
Aim to reatfi.the f erlectdsy. '
Trtat the high hopes that impol or, '
ind Inspire oar firm belief
They alone can well foretell us, ' '
Human works how (rail and brief ;
- Trust the God that nignt uhovo
Faithful to hfe prccepfa he,
Ho will guide, and guard, and ltve tu,
Through a bloat eternity . ,
. Heed the hoavenly at-plratlons
That imbua with hope tho soul ;
Mark the glorious life croaUyna y
, Glowing iu without oontrol ;
, See in all things truth snd beauty,
Love o'erflowing from tho bkles, :
Exercising Fuitb and Duty, '
Kartb would he a paradise.
FAITH AND DUTY. Farmers' Department.
Aspabioos Do not xwi from a b:d l?sa
than three years plaated,'' In ouUinj,'. cute
Is required not to injnro tlie phmt, or tr,e
buds that still remain dormant, 43 1 ijX, t!;o
knife down between the shoot and the plant
end cat with its edge sleuth);; from i!ic
plant. That which is tent to mr.ket U V"
in bunches 6 or 9r inches in diameter, tied
with a string near tlie top and bottom, 'end
the lower 'ends cut squared Keep nioisl to
Beaks Plant Early Valentine util other
bush sorts as soon as frjsts are over. Notli
ing is gain J by plantii.g In cold soil. Li
mas are still ir.ore 'tropica! in their habit,
und need hot wc&thcr. For there, end all
other pole beans, s-M i) i psle fust, let tl.e
soil be rich, eni put a half ' dozen beans,
with the eye down, eroit::d e--ch pole. T ii'jfe
Vtarted under gluas, or in doors, tra to' Le
set out when tlu weather is settled Mid
warm. Poles 0 or. 7 feet out of the 'ground
are tall enough, , The'middle or bat of the
month is quits early enough for Limae,.iii
most place?. , ! ' ' .
Cabbage. Sbw"seed"of the medium and
late sorts in the opep ground. As, soon as
the plants appetr, they are liable to tht at
tacks of the "fioa," an insect which in
someplaces renders it; very difficult toruise
hem. A Sifting' of ashpJ, air.slncked lim",
or too!, will be of some use. Plants rjis.d
tinder glass , ar generally icady to put out.
Cabhots. Sow Early Horn for a fii3t
crop. Weed and thin those soWn ) et
month. As soon as the rows of yfung cui
rots can be seen, pass a weedjng hoe bettvocu
them. Thin from 4 to Inches. ; v
Ceuebt. Sow seeds-in the open ground.
Thin young plants started under gln.-s and
shade during the heat of the day. utitir.tliey
get, hardened. - ' V,.i
Cobr. The principal crop sfitMild not be
put in until ' ''corn planting time," but a
'small patch of en .early sort may be planted
to take its chances. ' - .V A '
Cocumbem Plants started in.pots, oron
ods, are to be set in hjl's when frosty
nights are over. Hare at hand some kind
of box, or , cover, to protect 'them during
the night. A box covered vj ith any open
fabric will keep off the. bugs, A few hills
may be planted in hot beds or cold frames,
as soon as other things are out', and they
will come forward rapidly. Sow in open
ground when well warmed.
Leteuce. Transplant kfrom frame cr
seed bed into rich soil, a foot each way
Sow seeds in open bonier. . '. . '
Melohs Treat as cucumbers. Manure
in the-Jiills, which should be al least six or
eight feet apart. "'
Peas. Hoe andjdraw the earth towards
them. Supply brush1 before they fell over.
Sow late sorts, and jtutioa row of dwarfs
when, there is space.' 5'. '. .
Potatoes. Finish planting. 'Hoe those
that are up. , a ; . w"-
Radishes. Sow see every .two, weeks
for succession. Give, a siftingol ashes or
soot . to the..young plants if there are anv
signs ofinsects. r, , '. -ty ..: v
Rhobakb. Plants' set last fall', or this
spring, need all tlicir leaves.i Pull from rs
taMisned, plants ouly.. Do. notVaut the
Jeaves, i but remove? tbem, with a'quiclt, but
,not violent pnlln a jfdVwlse drection. ,' A
few trials will make.one quite ,e xrt at it.
SAUirT.Sow early apd treat, like car
.rots.. , . . .' V .' V' vijsi . .,
SpIbach. Hoe thin antt weed, the' early
jjowo, and putju seedfor suces'-ioJr'
Squabhes. Tho hush sorts are treated
the same as cucumbers and melons. In
planting the running kinds, the whole land
should be rich, as these get much nourish
ment bv roots thrown out at tho joints.
Plant when the weather is warm, and give
the young plants every protection ugainst
the striped bug. The black squash bug that
comes later must be hand picked.
Tobnips. Early turnips are among the
most difficult vegables to have good. They
are generally sown too late. How as soon
as the ground can be well worked. Dress
with ashes or soot, as soon as up. and thin
'and hoe as soon ts large enough.
Weeds. Begin early if you would be
master of the tituatiou. It is much easier
to destroy a young weed than an old one.
There is one siiecific to destroy weeds, and
that is a judicious mixtuie of hoe and ' el
bow grease. j f ;
The Butter Maker's Golden Rules.
The great secret, in butter making, it
seems, consists in attending to tho follow
ing; points ;
1st Securing rich, dean, healthy milk
mi k obtained on rich old psti res, free
3d. Setting the milk in a moiet, untaint
ed atmosphere and keeping it at an even
temperature while the cream is rising.
3d. Proper management in churning.
4th. Washing out the buttermilk thor
oughly, and working to as not to injure the
l 5th. Tlijrough and even incorporation
of the salts .id packing in oaken tubsligtit
dean sni r ?lluade.
Cleanliness in all the operations is of im
Ju.lrampnt ami t'wr'wncn In .nnnlnn
lat;mj" tbo cream and working the butter
uiuai ui luuix uc uuu.
From the Ohio Farmer.
T w'll nr'i7P what I rfinaMvr t! liPif u-av
I to doik lati'bs, f; d 1 r:vent thi-m from blced
I iig. I stop the I'liuni iiy terinj. I uSe an
irtin Jiinaar to a suMi'Uiijj iron, (uny bluck-
Fn.iiri c?n insueouo; wnn tne fc-i,k twenty
iriica j.s,, wiih a voniVn handla to take
hold of. For l.t'iiii'g t;se chins or cvbi nut
tbem in n nnm! l.r.itle and mtk.'il rafe lja
covcrii:. 1: ni?0' iy over witb sn iron lid or
uu c;o:ir, . it j m ce.rary to bare tiie iron
VtTV hut. s.t that t!..- nnrk iniv h den.-- in
tL-ntlr. l;i tl,3 first place, I drive a m'te
in tne grcirvi. lunr Indies f-quare, emooth
at ihe top, !;avii!g it fix inches tiiih. The
cue that hoMs the Ian b should pet on his
ln;cs, iioldin the lamb in lib arms, end sit
it tn. the. r-lalie. The epe-rattir to vac a
butcher I'.nifo, p!zcc the knit'e riu:.r:'. acn.ss
the tail in tlu wiilt-st place, lijht otrolie
with a hammer severs it at onw, then ap
ply the irr-ii" r.nd lbs worii ij ('0110. They
ei:n bi dctiod t.t any c ;.',e sud they wi.'l 5snnt
but vf ry littlii, und to all appearance they dn
not min. I it.
N'jw, brother wool f rower, if ydtrhave n
better plan, I diouV like tokninv it.
Nit Tliifi 13 R inMi'b bot'r ibnn M o
old practice of pulli:; it the tail wiih one
nmiu !ii;j ir.v ici :a iwi.u oiiifr,
thus tirawin the d irt ra as to expose the
bon?aft(r ;hu ,'jkiu r-'di!.-!. J.tt instead f
die atakrt ,in tl.e prcmd.wa .!:;;;.: s".y it
would Le handier to ! lanil) upon a fmooh
c fooi u hi e the cut is be-
The whn t prr:pccis are roported better
in the cx'ut ir.e western Z'.-.Ui than iu Oliio.
An old picturo represents a'klng
sitting in state, T.iili a -labol, "I
f;over;i ali'' .t bishop with n le
gend, "I pvay for all" z. soldier
with a icotto, "i i;Iit "or ?.li:' ;.nd
a farmer, Cr.vinj fcrlh, reluctant
ly, a purse, uiJi a superscription,
"I pay for all."
Stole the Word of God.
A hunioro: wriicr for the Madi
son flnd'iv.i) o'ovri; ih is travelinj:
in Mi.-r.iiJ.ii'n. lie t-ee.s lnueh that
is 'objcctio'.iaMs, t.ud draws upon
hi3 fortiio ir.iuirr.titin for riuch
more. lio ccnii)Ir.ir.3 tiucrly of
the want oi kvicly ioeling towards
Northerner?, r.ui t,ives the follow
ing item of ex iciisnco in vindica
tion of Li3 statements : "At a plan
tation I vioitc J, the lady owner,
who was a widow, spoko so fre
quently and so bitterly of tho
"Yankees," that It was hard for me
to endure i t. Wi Ih a view of check
ing tho unkind cproHsions used in
speaking of my people, I gently in
formed her that I wa3 from tho
North myself. It had its cflcct, for
tlierealter she made handy use 01 a
prononn, instead of an adjective.
"Madam, have you any milk?" "No!
you .Yankees stole all my cows."
"Boy," said 1, turning abruptly to
her son, a lad of twelve years or
more, 1 how old are you 2" "Don't
know. You d -d Yankees stole
our Bible!" Therois no use you
can't switch them oil' from that sub
'pHR BEST OT THE MONTIILIES-
ThoLsJy'a Friend dorotcd to Faihionanl
Literature. Beuniiful ool cnjiriivin;:n. Dou
ble size colored fashion plate, Tho latest
pat'ornsof Drfl'sc", Clonis, Bonnet?, EmbruiJ
ory, &c. Ikunlold rcceipta, wufic, &e.
Wheoler Jfc Wilcon' Sewinsf Hicliii.CB given an
premium!'. Send 15 cts for a rample copy to
biiom k I'i.tbu5on, 319 Walnut Bt.,l'liil.
Solomon rinney's Kstatc.
NOTICE. Ahmm Finney administrator nf
tlioofttnto of Solomon Fitinoy Into of Vinton
county, Ohio, deceased, hns filod lii Accounts
nnd vonclicrs in tho Trflinto Conrt of f-a'd
county of In ton nnd State of Ohio, for inspec
tion and partial pctilemont and that tho fame
will bo tor hearin? in mid conrt cn tha 13th
day of Mny A. I). 18' , at 11 o'clock A. SI. of
paid day. Jiny 3d A. I). 1868 . Sir-
RICHARD CKAIG, Pro. Judfr.
John Kennedy's Instate.
N OTICE. John It Kinncdy Exocntor of the
ostuto of John Kennedy, lato of the
county of Vinton, and Btuto of Ohio, deceased,
han filed liia Account a and vouchers in the
Probata C'uirtof paid county of Vinton, and
State of Ohio, tor in paction ind partial fottle
movit, and that tho name will he for hearing in
faid court on tho lSlh 'ny of May A . D. IMA,
a 11th o'clock A. M. of paid day. Dated Me
Arthnr May 8d A. 1). 136.
Muy 8d lafliJ.-Sw. lilCIIARD ORAIO
Probate J udtte
HE LADY'S FRIEND
Tho bct of Monthlies devocd to Fashion
nnd pure LUcrnture. 2.50gycar: Twocopicn
ttl. T.v1.. ...! .. .ti Ilri e.
Wilson's Sewinz Macliiiics given as preiniuma.
Send 15 ccnt for a aamplo copy to Deacon &
PcTtitaoN, 319 Walnnt t., Philadelphia. -
buiylo numbori fr lo by tha No Wh Dealers
"Iut Money in thy Purse."
ROAD TO WEALTH,
fl A Active and reliable agents, mo
0)JJJ female, nnd of all ages, are n
to canvass over illy, .mn, village, hamlot
worKHimp, ana motor, iiirougiiont tlio entire
world, for tho nnlo of our
Watchet, Jewelry, Mher- Ware, Musical boxet
'Albums and Other Articles.
Energetie persona A good habit, and fair bus
inots tact o:vn clear over $25 per week in the
country, and a much larger amount in thickly
settled lociililieM . . '
No Capital Required I
Eamplof of enr articlca, to the amount of 3
will be sent by mail for inspection and if not
rrfeclly aaifavtory no charge. Send your ad
e.w, if you aroof an induatrioub turn of mind
and in queat of immediate wealth. Direct to
PARKINSON & CO., Impor. erg. . ;
aftS-Jra 208 Broadway, K.Y.
Advertise in the RECORD.
' rca roaixa .'
Scrofula, Syphilis, Sic in Dis
ease, Ol:l Sores, Salt liheum,
Uysprpala ov Indigestion,
Li ver Complaints, Rheumatism,
revet' ami Ague. St, An
Erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions,
iws, Scrofulous Con
H 1. 1 H U r
OXE person write, hor daughter was cured
ci'I'ils of nine years' itanding, and EL. Vitus'
danco of two years.
AXOTIIEit writes, his son was cured after
his rlesh Imd r.lmost wasted away.
Tho doctors pronouneH the ease Incnrabl.
AtiO'l'UUK vas cured of Ferer and Ago af
ter trying every medicine in his reach.
ANOTIIVJIl km cured of Fever Bore which
had existed fourteen years.
ANU l'lirlt c.' l'.iieumntism of eight years.
Cases innumerable of Pyxpensia ami Liver
Complaint could to mentioned, In which th
I'uiilior uud fills work like a charm.
Are the most a divo and thorough pills that
hare evr beeu imrodueed. They net so di
recily upon tho Mver, exciting that organ to
such an extent as that the system ds not re.
lape ints its former condition, which is too apt
to be the esse with simply a purgative pill.
They are really a
DLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
and. in conjunction with the
Will cure all the nforementiosed diseases, aod,
of theinselvcs. will relieve and cure
Headache, Costiveness, Colio
Pains, Cholera Morbus,
Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,
Dizziness, dec, die,
Should he used by convalescents to strengthen
tho prostratiou uliioli always follows aouto
Try Hicse medicines, and yon will neyer re
gret it. Ask your neighhors who have used
them, and they will say they are GOOD
MEDICINES, and you should try them be
er e going tor a physician.
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Successors to Dr. C. W. Roback,)
, BOLE rnOFBIETORS,
Nos. 66, 68, 60 & 62 E. Third St..
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
Dr. J. S. STRONG-,
Hulbcrts Cor OpposlteCourt-hoasf ,
FINE. TOIL T BOATS,
FINE HAIR & TOOTH BRUSHES
MISSES Supporters, aid Shoulder Bracos.
O lasH, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, aid
Dye SttirTn, oto., Ptcm Medicines of every va
riety, Puper, Pencils, Porto Monica. Porte Fo
lios, Envelopes and a general variety ol fanoy
JEWEL ET .
N. V,. Physiclons Prescriptions ' oarefully
componnded and orders correctly. answered:
Medicines warrunUd gonuine and of the beat
quality. . - . ., April 88, '.SSOtf
Jolin Kenton's r Estate. ,
NOTICE ia here'oy given that the nnder
aigned has been appointed and qualified aa
administrator of tie estate of John Ke.ton late
of Vinton connty, O., deoeased. All persona
having claims against the estate, wilt present
them for allowance, and all persona indebted
to said estate, will please come forward aid
settle immediately.- Dated at McArthu. 0..
April a,A. D. 188. . '
apr2-w JONAS S. HATFIELD.
n BEaT combined talentot
UT Europe and imerica are
ha men to consult : Drs. Bon-
ltfiJF aparte A fieynolda, ot 182
Sycamore atreet, Cincinnati, ia thaonlyofflco
in the city where a permanent ears of private
uisorsui uan ve naa without tneneo of muronry
or change of diot. W snarantee to cure Gonr -
Icaa, 01ee, Syphilis, Impotenoy, Nocturnal
Emiasiona, or Solf Abuae, Diurnal Emissions,
Female complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety of Sexual Disease. Cures
rapid, tn ough and permanent, and fees DioJe
rntn. rm, nn. rVim. all
Gbf.it hkdicaz, cihculA tent for two S cent
FatNCii safes A sure preventative todiscise
Pi ice, 1 each, or three for 8, or 7 per dozon.
Sent by mail.. ,
Dr. B.'s Invigoratlnj linlraint, Price. 2 00
GaKAT WORK OK FR1TATI DIHASIS, THI OUIDB
to health, is beneficial to all, male and female
ine oia aud young, shonld road this book. It
win onugnten those wbe grope In darkness.
Price,3io by mail, mountain of light one dollar.
N.B.To the laoies. No Ldy shonld be
without Mad. Loziam Female Monthly Pills
a safe and efloctuul remedy for all Irregularities
ana onmruoiinn, irom woatever cause, rnoo
one dollar a box: extra fine Ave dollars. Com
munications by mail entirely onfidontial. No
letters will be answered unlnaa they contain a
remittance or a poatags stamp, tall or atidrcsa.
DRS. BON A PARTE & REYNOLDS.
183 Syeamore St.. hot, Fifth and Sixth. ea side
Jinoiunai. O. Office hours, 6 A. M. to 9 P. M.
i . v. . .uox ia.
TO TIIE LADIES!
MRS. E. B. PUGU,
One door east of the M. E. Church,
S now receiving a splendid stock of SPRING
niL,Ll."i.it K, consisting- in part of
BONNETS, DATS, RIBBONS,
I'LUWEKS, I'LUUES. LA
CES, NETa, BELTS,
Bonnets Mado to Order.
Rkpairino ncaUy and promptly executed.
Z3T Country produce rccoivad in exohango
ogoods. Prompt Paymout Desired.
March 15. lS663m.
fP JS I C IE
FASHIONAELE MJLLIKFftY I
. S. D. KIiYG
IS HOW -
RECEIVING and OPENING
THE SPRING- OP 1866,
ALL OF WHICH
YEBY LOWEST KATES
Sho Will Positively Sell
THAK ANT '
CALL AND SEE
Nearly oppesite Dr. Wolfe oa Main Street.
WANTED I Agente. Male and Female a
74 to f 150 por mont to sell the Cele
brated COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWIXG
PRICE, ....... jjig qq
This Machine will do all kinds of woik equal
to the high priced Machines, and ia the only
fn v n3 reliabl Cheap 8ewing Machine
in the World. Send for descriptive Circnlara.
Addrese-SECOMB A CO., Chicago, III., or
Cleveland, Ohio. Principal Offlce.No. g Ctia-
.wu.-. t ynicsgo, in. mhZ2wlT
M OTICK. Adv person obtaining tea anb-
-...'., uu xiaumg na in. money, tr
tiih dollars, shall raoW thi Turrei Biceu
one year gratia.
Luipirc . Shuttle :Tlnchiiie.
Stlaroom, 638 .BroaHuiay A. Y. 250
Washington St, Boston. 921 Chestnut t St.,
PHIS MACHINE, Is constructed on entirely
now principles of meohauUm, porscsing
many rare and valuablo improvements, having
oeea examined by the most profound expats,
nn pronounced to Do
SIMPLICl i Y AND PERFECT!
It has a straight needle, porpondicular action
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Stick,' which will
Nsmitn Rip nor Ravex, and Is alike on both
sidcs;performs porfocr. sowing on overy derlp
tion of material, from Leather to the finest Nan
sook Itusliuo, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from tne coarspnt to tho finest number.
. Having neither Cam nor Coo Wusia, and the
least posfciblo friction, it runs as smooth aa
gluss, and is emphatically a
I' requires Fiftt per cknt. liss rowtR to
drivo it then any othor machine in the market,
a girl olcvcn years of age can work it stoadliy,
without futigno or in.iuiy to health.
Its strength and woNoniFtx simplicity of
construction, rendors it almost impossible to
get out of order, and is ocarrantud by the
company to give'entire aatisfactioti.
We respectfully Invite all those who may de
tiro to supply themselves ftitb a suporior arti
cle tocomo and oxamine this unrivalled Jla
cliino. One half hours Instruction ia anillciont, t
enable any person to work this machine tc
Kctioioca and Charitabli institctions will
be liberally dealt with
Aoenth Wanted for all towns in the United
Statos whore Agents are not already establishes
Also, for Cn'jB. Mexico, Central and Bouth
America, to whom a liberal discount will bo
ISo consignments made at all. Address
urc Scvrin.sr lNIachinc Mi's:
a. a o. UROADWAY N.Yt
rrincinlo Aeencica Established: Pitiibure;
Ernest Astnolm Itnltimore, Thos." Shanks.
Wheeling, W. Va. W. DiOawkoll Br. Cix
clnnati, 0. Mitther & Wilson
Nover.ibor 80th IS65 lyr
I From tho New York Ilerild.l
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this most ingenious ago, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, commended ib just
ly styled petli'ctiou itself. Useful as hnve
been the various sewing mathiiits, from
time to liino presented to the public, eacli
one of them has been cursed with sonm
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Warned by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor ol the Empire
Machine has produced an instrument, com
bining ell the advantages for which others
are vaur.ted. and obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
most fastidious critic.
The Empir Macntne is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free frorna li
bility to get out of order, noiseless, and ea
sy of operation. Iu mechanical contii
vance is such as to secure stability, free
dom from accident, and accuracy as to
workmanship. By tbs ue of the patented
shuttle and straight ncedlo, it makes a
stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the same time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of materiel
from leather to cambric, with' threads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
As the Empire Machine is gradually
3tipplanting its more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more useltil ie9trumcnt
of this description, be ha or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
dn otherwise than tec ure of thtse econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing mirnoses.
The ofiico of the Empire Manufacturing
iO. is at ro. 03b Broadway, INciv York
City, where they are now supplying tries
Empire Machines at prices lar below thf
real value of the instruments. New Yor
November 30 lSG5-ly
Crrfwe.T.fMi A fin .
. . . i n i.i i , .i.in i i . .i
499 Broadway, IMcw York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
invited to our Nev Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, irhlrh
for volume and purity of tone are unrivall
ed, by any hitherto flbered.in this market.
They contain all the modem improvements
French, Grand -Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc. and each instru
mentoeing made tne personal supervision
of Mr. J. H. Qnnvr.sTFFd whn han hna a
practical experience of over 35 years in their
manufacture is fully warranted in every par
Tbo "Grovceteen Piano Fortes" ro-
ceived tho award of merit over all
others at tho celebrated Worlds
"Where were exhibited instruments from
the best makers of London, Paris. Germany
Philadeluhia. Baltimore, float nn nnd Kaw
York: and also at tha Ampriran Insliilma
for five successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
By the interoductionof improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Forte; and
br manufacturing lar?elv. - with a
cash system, are enobled lo.'offer these in-
siruiuenis at a price wmcu will preclude all
PaicE-No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners
Koaewood plain case 8375.
No. 2, Seven Octave, - round corner,
Rosewood heavy 'moulding $300
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
Kosewood Lonia XIV ktvIp fetori.
Terms: Net Csish In Cnrrcn Eunds,
Dec. 7th 186lyr ' " a, c,
THI LADY'S FRIEND
The best of the monthlies-devoUd to titer-
atnra and Fashion. nn - n.
Wheeler WUson'a celebrated SS Sewing
Twentv orie and trifuwinv maAina, ' ta
Thirtv j t u it ... an
w - V. - - ... ow
forty It II II .1 . .. .100
Bona is cts Tor a .ample eopy to Diaoon a
PiTinieif, 819 rTalaut st Pbiudelphia.
r - r. - OLD'S UUCHU: -
HELM I OLD'S BUCHU: ' 1 .. "
llbiiMR OLD'S BUCHU. - ,.. ..
The Only Known ItewcJy
IRRITATION OF THE NECK;OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF ..
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF1
THE BLADDER, STRAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL . ...
FOR these diseases tUs truly a sovereign rent
cdy, and too much can not he mid In its
praiBo. A single dose has been known to re
lieve the roes urgent symtoms. VI
Are"yoa troubled with thatdistrosaing pain in
the small of the back and through the hips? A
tcaspoonful aduy of Ilolmbold'a Uucliu willra
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no secret ef ingredien's. IlelmboU'a
Extract Iiuchn ia composed of Buchu Cubelje,
and Juniper Berries, selocted with groat caro,
propnrcd iu vacuo aid according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Thot-o ingredients arc known aa the most val
uable Diuretics allorded '';'.
A D IURETIC
li that which acts upon the kidneys ,
BELUBCD'S EXTRACT1 BUCHU'
. ; .i -i
Is pleasant in tnsto and odor, froo from all inju
rious properties, nnd immediate in ita action.
FOR TIIE SATIf FACTION OF ALL,1.
Pco Medical properties contained in Dlspenaa
totyof the U. S., of which the following isacor-
rti.-l( vv.yy . . .
liucnu. Ita oJor is strong, diffusive' and
soiiiewlmt aromatio, itstasU biiteriahand anal
npoitB t) that of mint. . It is givon, cheilly ia
complaints or tho Uriuary Organs, auoft aa
(;rr.fcl, Chrnnio Catarrh of the bli.ddor-nnd
Urolhra; Diaeasesof the proatrat: and Reten
tion or tha lncontincnco of Urino, from a loss
of touo in the parts concerned in itsovocuation.
It has also been rocommended in PvKppp'ia,
Chronic Khcuniatisni, CuUncus atfections, and
Drofsy." . ;
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Fee Trofcssor Dewees' valuablo work on lis
pniclico of phys-io.
f'oo the remarks made by the celebrated Dr.
Physic, of Philadelphia.
Sc. i y and all standard works oa Medicine,
L A ROES T
IN TIIE WOULD. ;
I am acquainted with H. T. ITelmhold ; he
occupied tho drugstore opposite my residence,
and waB successful in conducting the business
whoro ohcrn had not been equally so beforo
him. I hftvo boen fuvorablr ininrossod with hla
character and outorprisc'.' '
(B'irm of Toweri & Weightman,) '
Ninth and Brown st., Phila.
From the Phila. Evcn'g Bulletin, March lOlh.J
Wo are gratified to hoar of the continued suc
cess in New York, of cur townsman, Mr. II. T.
llolmbold, Diuggists. . His store, next to the
Metropolitan liutol, g 23 feet 'front, 280 feet
deep, nnd five stories in height. It is certainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably .of
tho merits of his articles. Ho returns his ofll'oo
and laboratory to this city, which are alio model
establishments of their class, . )j
The proprietor has boon induced to make this
statement from tho fact that his remedies, al
though advertised, ore ,
And knowing that the intelligent refrain
from using nnything pertaining to quackery or
tho PutentMedicino order mos or -which are
prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are to g
norant to re id a physician's simplest prescrip
tion, much leas competent to prfapaie plarma
ceutial preparations, , , ,
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sails, such as cop.
ying parts of advertisements of popular rem
edies, and fluinh'ng with certificates.
Thi Sclonce of Medicine stands iimple,pure,
and majestio, having fact for ita basis, induotlon
for ita pillar, trnth alone for its capital.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
Hatlth is most Important, and theaffli.ted
should not nse an advertised medicine, or .ny
romcdy, unices its contents or ingredients are
known to othors beside the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of the qualifications ef
the party so offering. . ...w -.i i
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU.I r-' - '
FLUID EXTRACT SARSiPARlLLA
AND : IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Establshed upwards of 16 years..
; I j.;:- '. i .. .
Prepared by HT. HELM BOLD".'
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL)
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, N.Y
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Teuth St. Philadelphia, Pa. ...
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Kevemkei 1,'16- ly.