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®hf farmers Jlrpnrtmfnt.
The Peach Blow Potato.
It is stated that the Pe:ich Blow
Potato was originated in the s old
town ofßaratago, lying on the Ilud
pon river, about the year 1850, hy a
firmer Shepherd, who
is since deceased. lie had been ex
perimenting for years produce
good iniv varieties, and though lie
was successful only in obtaining for
hfs labor tlie Peach Itlow and one
other, he was well repaid, and has
conferred a lasting benefit upon the
community. We regard it as an
excellent potato, and better than the
Mercers as they are now g^-own.
We alsc see it stated that a tvhite
Peach Blow has obtained from the
pit of the Peach Blow, which prom
ises well. ludeetl we hear that ma
ny farmers in New Jersy and a few
in this Sta'e commenced growing it
this season, and consider it superi
or to its progenitor. We shall know
more about it in another season.- Ger.
T, i. _ _
Pruning Grapes.
The Bucks County Intelligencer is
cntirely mistaken in its statement
last week, that we recommend au
tumnal grape pruning. While wedo
not rbject to it a' all (and many e.\
perienced grape-growers prefer that
to any other season,) our own grnp-j- j
vines are pruned early in February.
At the begining of December tlie
fastenings arc cut and the vines ■ al
lowed to fall upon the ground tore- j
main there until pruned, to induce
low branching. We know very well, j
as we have fully tried t, that no j
pruning, or very little, will give big*|
crops of grapes—3uch as they are!
Every year, as the vines grow long-1
or and higher, until they reach th
top of a tree, or it may be the top of I
a house, or half over a garden along j
tbc fence and mon some old trel s,as
we have seen them, the fruit will g t
farther from the root, and become
smaller and smaller in size, and poor
er and poorer in quality. Such grape
growing may suit people who have
lost their palates, and who expect
fruit without labor, but nobody else
Ger. Tel. _
Doublo Walls.
Whan a fartii is encumbered, and i
its cultivation rend red difficult by j
a multitude of small stones, the best j
use to )\l'ich they can be applied is
that of making double will, as 1 have
dotre. Comment with a base of
three and h If or four ieet, and * di
minish gradually to two feet at the
top; placing the outside stones firm
ly in the lines, and filling in wi-h
smaller ones. Walls of this kind are
very common in hilly and rocky coun
tries, and are very durable, and good
security against all anitr als except
bheep.
Such fences necessarily occupy
considerable soil, but the stones so
apjfropriated pay a good annual rent,,
anil besides, ore out of the way.—
Care should be had to the walls
a proper slope, as by making them
too nearly perpendicular, the outward
pressure will cause them to fall.-tfer.
Tel.
FENCING. —1 consider it a great
mistake in our farmers to set the bot
tom rai' of their di ision or interior |
fences so near the ground.
The outside fences, it is true, should j
be so as to turn a pig ; but as every
farmer docs or should keep his pigs
in the pen, there is no need of the
lower rail in a fccc. There arc sev
several saved bv this plan : less tim
ber is required : as no hole is neces.
sary at the bottom of the post it can j
be left much thicker wher- it enters j
the ground, and consequently will
last longer ; less time is required for !
ma l - ing and setting the posts, and if
the fence is near a creek it w II allow
a better and clearer passage to the
water and rubbish.
In constructing a worm fence (if
your cattle are of the proper kind,)
I have found it more economical to
set the stakes in the middle or half
way along the panel thanatthe ends,
as in the usual manner. The main
advantage gained by this plan is thut
the f#nce will occupy two feet less of
ground in its width, which is quite an
• item. Some object to this plan, be
cause thep say the cattle will knock
it down by rubbing against th*? expos
ed corners ; but such is not the case
with me.— Ger. Tel.
The Teach was originally a poison
ous almond Its fleshy parts were
used to poison arrows, and for this
introduced into Persia. The trans,
plantation and cultivation, however,
not only removed its poisonous qual
ities, but produced the delicious fruit
wc now enjoy.
Thomas Lawranee writes that he
has discovert! that the sycamore or
buttonwood leaves used in the place
of hay or straw in hens' nests, not
only project the hen from lice, but,
■with white-washing' the use of the
leaves has entirely banished the ver
min from the building.
—A tight- rope dancer, from Nash
ville, named T. N. lluntley, under
twenty years of age, lost his life at
■Wilmington, N. C., on the 24 inst.,
•while rn th.* act of performing. He
is said to have shown nervousness and
self distrust, yet persevered,and when
nearly acros upon the rope, the un
happy youth fell and was terribly
mutilated, dying immediately. His
experience was unequal to his under,
taking.
■■■— ■ ■ ■ ' " ■ i
MIM'EI.I.A W,OI!« |WTM'M.
List of Causeß.
Trial List for December Term, 18G5.
I SECOND WEEK.
(J. W. CriT : ','r, Ailm'r of Dr. JamrsQni
hatti, Jcc'il. v- J'tctlt Zi^trlpr,
MuHeoJif Joins vs H- II Sln'cr,
fi It Pfffe v. Z iulcr, F.leri Co.,
Win. Sn-wii't V* Hubert Aili-n,
Win. Lu.t'i I'i by liia futlier and nex'
fri' i.i.l, <1 K. Ln Vlil vst'hr s inn Itntimnn
Ohri« Optier li.iFSlnnn vs Andrew Meckel
K'lhcri Sin nil >a Andrew AUdleman etui
l» md Buery v- Je-se Joseph Ex,
Robert B ivhj-,1 Es'r if Win M'Quk tie
cen-el 'is .Mai-jrar-t M'duk et al,
Mary Turk v« .lo«>"|ih M't'iiniion,
•I hiii lt. Matthews, Adiu'r v* J. N
Matthews
Comni nwealtli F.x'r Rel Overseers t>f
Jark-iin tp vi Keilinsr,
Kleanur Mines vp Jn 'oli Wimer, jr., et at
Win. Dunn for ti*e vs A. H'ukely.
W M S I'OOI'S. Pmth'y;
Pr. tlionn'ary's Oflio . Nov. 8, l£f>s;
SHERIFF'S SALES.
1)V vlttnn of sundry writs of Venditioni K*p nt«.
I > Alia* Venditioni Fx puta* and Fi**ri Facia* i«sued out
of the Court off'omniou I'lcm of Butler county. ami to
me d'rected, there will be «vpfls*d to public sale at tlie
..uft House.in th- borough of Butler, on the First
M ii-hv of Dcaembcr, next, at one o'clock, |«. in., the
followingdeacHbeu p.-opart.v. to wit:
All the right. title. interest an I claim of R. J. fliegg,
of in ami to one I -t of ground nlttiit< In Bull »lo to. Rut
ler count v. Pa. Bounded north hy lot of.l W. Klllott.
b.v Butler Pike, - outli l»y ——— and wwt hy an al
ly A tw- story lion-a* thereon erected Seized ami It
ken in execution as th** propert- of R.J. tlregg at the
suit of George Trui>y.
A I.SO,
All tho right, title. lhte*-<>«r and clilm nf. into one I
hundred and fifty hci e« of land, more or le-s be I nglng j
♦ o Deft-, situate* in Falrvl»*w tp., llutler county, Penna
Bounded north by Hemn«-1 K. —— east by tleorge
tralg, hotifb l>v"!«aii«i lleplnr and Wett hv .1. K. ■ ■; I
forty arret ele tred ilxof whi.-h nic imn low. lo K h .n«e '
thereon creeled gei*/ • 1 and t:iketl 111 exectltlon a-< th- 1
property of Mic!r»el l!«mton A Bernard II »utotf, at the j
.Miit of John Mckif . now f»r use of James Urediu.
A I.SO
All the right. titl». interest and claim of Mfthnel j
IJonton A:i <1 llerninl llouton.--fin atitl t» one hundred I
I and fifty acre* of lan ' m i<- "i lw tiniate In Falrvlew
tp.,Rufh-r Co., I'a. Bounded north by Hntnnel » !
e:tMt by Ueorge Craig south t'V Isu-in llepler. Most bv I
.1 K. : 112 >rty four lures i leured. nix of which are
J menntiw, l-»g eouse thereon erect•»!. Seized and taken in j
••xpcuton a< the p' n . tv «<1 Mirhael llonton & Bernard 1
| II uton at thenuit « >f John .McKbson for useof J. Bie
-1 din.
ALSO
Allihe rights title. Interest and cUlm of David Kelly |
«d lna-id t ■ a certain" iter privilege which Win. Martin j
«.dti to -aid David Kelly l»v an article of agreement dated
I December Ist lS4l.hein<x the risflit or privilege of huiiti
inir:tdam on Big Bear Creole, in Barker tp., en the lands
of Maid Win. Martin, I'inn led north hy Robert lllack.
1 east bvJolin Siv. s .nth by Thomas Fletcher And west by
Arthll- 'ld tilt . h\indied of hml i
iinfe or le-«s, > and the privilege of i*ondueting the water I
ft "in said dam hy a race t • the mill at the junction «-f
big and littl- Bear (tee:. Al-o the water privilege
connected with the naid mill on little Bear Creek as
specify in the said agreement.
H'. O. BHA< KEN It I DOE, Sheriff.
Registers Notice.
N-OTICE la hereby given that the following accounts
"112 Kx ecu tore Adiulnistratora, Ac., have tiled and
p-t*«ed in the Registers Offlce and will be presented to
ilie Coui t for Conliimatiou and allowance ou Wednesday
Dec 7, A D. 1866.
J l-iti.tl Aciiuint of James Watson, Adm'rof Win. Sharp
j deed. Filed August ttu, lto»o
! Final Account >.f James guardian of J. 11. I
j Hockedberry. Filed September 6. iB6O.
J Final Recount td Walcohn Grahuin, Adm'r Geo W.
Welsh, dee'd. Filed September 7,18ti5.
Final Account of John Scott, Ex'r of Martha Smitli,
dee d, l iled e««»pt. 11, 1805
Final Account of John Allen h Joseph RoflPiibe'ry
Adm'rsof Jan. Rlack. de'd. Filed Sept, Jo, iHiij.
Final Account of Wm. Cunningham, Ex'rofWm Lint
Filed September A'l. I
Final Acconnl of John W. Stewart, guardian of Vio
letta Ilirsh. Filed September 25, 1»<05
Final Account of Christian Trubv, Adm'r cum tata
merit*. annexo,of George Truby, dee'd. FiletlOct I -'C6.
Final Account of J. Dotldit A J. B. D«slils, Kx'rs of Jno.
Dodds, dee'd Filed Oct 19,1896.
Flnaf Account of E. A R. Bentell Adm'rs of E. R. Ben
tel dee'd Filed iVt. l"tV!i v
Final Account of John Rulford A Andrew Gamble,
Ex rof Samuel Gaiulde dec'p. Filed Get 10,1805.
Final Accmnt • ' ' tt, -veiis«»n A Wm. Itiuham Ex'r
of Thos. Hi. 1 •!!! ■' I Ail «l Git 10 1865.
Fleal Ac h. Craig, Ex'r of .Simon Keep,
dee'd. Oct 2l», I - ft.
Final A - uut T S 11. Eoore Adm'r of John Brant,
lee'd. Aug 19, 1 'OS,
Final \ii-»«nt of J. ('. M'Xee". Adm'r of Thos. Arm
strong,der'd. F led -Vov 1. IH'5.
Hml Acctuint of .!• hn M'-chllno Ndin'r of R. A*. Mc-
Candi.ss Deed Flle.l A'ov. 3d 1805
Fivil A< count t»f Ilaohu, Ex'r of Frederick Ilaohn,
dec d. Filed .Vov. 4, 1805.
Final AcC 'iint of Win. C. Campbell, Ex'r of Sitmuel
Campbell dee'd. Filed »V-v.4, 1865.
Finsl Aecouot "112 flenrv Beighlv, Ex'r of Peter Beigli-.
ly, dee d Filed .V v. 4. inoft.
Final Accon t of Wm. Stoops, Adm'r of Ilenry V.
Stoops, dee d Filed V-v. 1 1805.
Final account of W'tn l)i- kmid Robert M'Kinnls,
Adm'rtof Jno !M 'Kinnis, d«-c'd
Filial account of Henry Kirknntri< k, Fx r., of
Thos. Kirkpatrick'. dee'd
November 8, JOIFV 11. CRATTY Doputy.
Appraisement List.
rnilß follow ituc Appraisement under the sth soc-
I tion "t the Act of April 14. a. -1.. 1351. have been
pre-ent'-d ami filed in the OfTi- • of the t'lerk of the
Orphan's Court in and for the county of Butler, to wit
00, September Term. 18«i5.Mrs. .1 in.) Royle. wid-
I ow of Thomas Boyle. decM. IVi soiial property amount
ing to SJWO 00, Jane Boylo,/idm'x.
No, 1. Sept*mber Term, lviift, Mrs Catharine llohn
I ondale, wido* of llenrv llohmm'lale, deed. Personal
I sroperty Miiuiiuting tn|o iO,OO, John Goeriug Adm'r,
I No. 2 Sept, Term. I*os, Mr- Charlotte Rogner. wM »w
i»f Klias U.»gn> r, dec d. Real and personal property
amounting t>> Charlotte Rognor Adm'x.
N... Sept. Term. 1865. Zelgler, widow of An
drew li. /.eigler, dee tl. personal property amounting to
(3<H),00. J \ Zeigler aud Sainii) I Weisa»« Adm^.
No 01. Sept Term, Ik»h«S. Mrs. Ma. y Walters, widow of
J >cob Walters, dee'd . Personal property Ain >uuting to
SoOU,OO. Philip Bickel A Geo. Waltet* A-mir's.
No 02. Sept. Term. 1 Mr*. Hiker widow of
Samuel Baker dee'd. Personal property amounting to
S3OO oi. J. U G.'Opre. Kx'r.
No. 03, Sept. Term. IHOS, Mrs Ji ne M irtin. widow of
William Martin, dee'd Personal property amounting
to J.n.,00. Robert Gilchrist Adm'r.
No. 64. Sept. Term, 1 s '6s, Mrs. Margaret Stevenson,
widow of Hugh Stevenson, dee'd. Personal propurty
amounting to 112 108,75. Thomas Crltcblow Adiu'r.
r\o. 65 Sept. Term Mrs. !'lizal>etb Seaton, widow
of John Seaton. dec* i Pers mal property amounting
t »#>K)OO. Wm Seoton Adm'r.
t)f wuichthecredporsheira. legatee", distributee* and
others interested will take m-tic and app-ar at the
next Term to wit, on tne first Monday «d December
next, •! d not later than the third day of said term to
show cans -agains' the same, Bv the Court,
Nov. B,lßoft. W. J. YOUNG, Clerk.
Writ of I'eliliou.
mil E petition of Mary Schwoebl* widow of Matthew
| Scbwoeldo, late of Summit Tp.. Butler Co. dee'd.
nenpectfully represent* that the said Petitioner* hus
band died on the 30tb day of Jnne, A. D. 1803, seized
in his demesne as of fee of and in seventy six acres of
land, more cr le-s, situated in Summit Tp. liutler Co.
Pa. bounded north by Michael Croup, e.u»t by Sweenv,
•outh by Andrew Folk and west by P»-ter Bingham,
and leaving surviving a wile to wit : your petitioner
and eight children, to wit: Catharine, intermarried
with Joseph lln*h and residing in Pittsburgh, she is
aginl twenty years. Mary, aged nineteen years—Ber
nard aged eitchtoen years—Elizabeth aged Fourteen—
Margaret aged twelve yeais—John aged ten years— Pe
ter ng»*d eight >ears. —PI lijeiii* aged six years, nnd
live with their mother Maty, in Summit Tp.
That no valuation or division htu> bweu m.ule of said laud
of or to ai d among those entitled thereto.
And now tow it. Sept 27, 1865, Court award writ of
Partition.
lake notice, that an inquest will bo be he'd on the
p'emisesof the late Matthias S hwoeblo. dee'd in Sum
mit Tp on Tuesday, Kovember 28, Im>s. at Uo'cl.ek a.m.
of saiil day, for tiie purpose t»f making part It It >u of the
real estate of said decrawt, to and among his legal rep
r**cntatives, if the same can be devided without preju
dice to, or spoiling tbe whole, otheiwise to valuta and
appraise the same according to law. at which time and
plpce you are lequested U* at tend if v*»u think proper.
Nov. 1,186% W O. BKACKKNKIDGIC.
Sheriff
G. & fi. Kit 14;
, TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO RKTURN THKIR
thanks to the cit.sens of Butler aud vicinity, for their
natrouage in the past. We aie still engaged in Buying.
I Butchering aud filing Cattle. Sheep aud Hogs. We
will spare no pains t«> furnish our uld customers and all
I new cues who may fav*r us with a call, with the very
lit st
BEEF, JII TTOX A I'OKK
That can be prvn n l, .ir that tbe market can a*ord.—
) VcHretieiKi'ii ir It i do all In our power to accommo
date. thapjjb! c ind feel *ati*fled that they will give us
» theiKp'Uiomyge,,
8b« pot/ wain stieet, nearly oppoeite Berg's Store.
Sept. 27, 1865
•NKW SKIRTS FOR 1865-6
The Great Invention of the Age in
HOOF" SKIRTS.
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent Duplex
Elliptic, or double, Spring Skirt.
THIS INYKVriGN ronslaU of Duplex (or two) Klllp
tic Pure ReQned Steel SpHngs, ingeidounh bnded tigh \
ly ami fitndy together, edge to edge, making tbe touglHj
e*t.most fh\ hie. elastic nhd dui able Spring ever used.
They sel>lmi bend or break, like tbe Single Springs, and
consequentlv preserve their pet feet and beautiful Shape
uior« to ii twice as long as any single Spring Skirt that
Kver Has or Can be made.
Tbe wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex F.ll ptlc Skirt
will be experiences! particularly In all crowded Assem
blies, Dperas, Carriages, Railroad Cars, Church Pews.
Arm Chairs, ft-r Promenade antl Honse Drees, as the
Skirt can be folded when in nae to occupy a small place
as easily and conveniently a» a Silk or Muslin Dress.
A Lady having enjoyed the PkMMut e. Comfort aud Great
Convenience of wearing the Duplex Klllptle teel Spring
Skiit for a single day will Never afterwards willingly
dispense with their un* ForChlldren, Misses,and Young
they are superior to all others.
TUB HiJoPS are covered with '1 ply double twisted
thread and will wear twice long as the Single yarn
covering which is used on all Single Steel Hoop Skirts.
The three"bottom rudfi on every Skirt are also iMiuble
Steel, and twice or double covered to prevent the cover
ing from wearing off the rods when di ageing down stabs
stone aleps, Ac., Ac., which they are constantly subject
to when 111 Une.
All are ijjjatle of new and elegant Girded Tape-, and
are the be-t iju ility in every part giving t" the wearer
the mo"t graceful and perfect Shane possible, an I are
niique-liouably the lightuM, most uesiiable,comfortable
and »■« mmi cal Shirt ever made
W KST'S BR A III.KV A CART, PRGPRIKTORS of the
Invention, and S iLh MAXUFACTI Ri.itS,U7,l hambers
aud 7'J A M He ttie Streets, .New York.
FOR SALE in all flrst*lß*« Stores Irt this City, and
throug. lout the Untteil Stat oh and Canada. Havana de
( üba. Mexico, South Ameiica, aud the Went Indies.
V flu Enquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or deuble)
| Spr.ng Skirt. A. d- ('. |
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o. ACbaptet ott Nervousness.
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5. Intermittent i uvers,
U. Tuikish Baths.
I •. The Cholera.
II Black Spot in Vineland.
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• ivee 3. lP^f.
AMERICN CITIZEN
Ornamental, Plain, Fancy, Card, Book
AND
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Corner of Main and JelTfrton Street*,
Opposite iVnok'N Ifoti k l
■ I «■ t ■ •>-■« ■ *««.
WE ARB PREPARED TO PRINT,UN SHORT NOTICE,
Mill Heads. Books, 1 >ru£gißt Labels. Pro
grammes, Constitutions, Check?, Notes.
Drafts, Hl,inks. Business Cards, Visiting
Oarda, Show Cards, I'amjihlnts, Posters,
Dills of Fare. Order Books, l'apor Books,
Billets, Sale Bills. Ike.
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AND
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Type, Borders. Ornament's, Rules. Cuts, &c. 112
IN TUB COt'NTV,
We will execute everything in the line of
| PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PRINTING
NEATLT, PkoWpTLT, AJ*D AT RrtSOSAJILE JltTKri,
In a style to excel any establishment at I
home, and compete with any abroad. I
S» HA •91 «-■«■ » k- ft J» r.nn mm
| Are employed in every branch of the
I business, and we enueavor to
wants of the eommttnity, and re
| tain the honorable difttinetimi which has
j lieen already conceded t« this establish
ment. fur
TABT B IX (OJU'OSITION
AN!)
Kle(iancc In Press Work,
Inall I lie essentials of Cheap I'riiitiug.
(rood Piiper, Tasteful Composition, Beau
tiful Press Work, and PISJ'ATOII. we in
vite comparison, from <rettin<: .nit a Card
of a single line to an illuminated Poster,
or a work of any number of papas.
IK«S.S tin jW (iooiiH, lMtm
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST |
AN!) AS GOOD AS Til* DEPT.
n. 0. & J. 1,. MA ISO v.
Have just received at their establishment
ON MAIN ST It 10 KT, BUTLKH. PA.,
A larfje and well selected stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
RBIDTUB POLtoWifO CATtLOqUB 4N!» PROFIT TtIERRUT.
FOH THE niKS.
Always on hand ft large stork of Ladle* goods, such as
COBEHO CLOTH,
ALPACAS,
DE LANKB,
. „ GINGHAMS
PRINTS,
KERCHIEFS,
NUBIES,
OLOVES, Ac.
. FOR GENTLEMEN.
Always on hand Black Cloths, Fawv and niark fWi
meres, Sntinetts, Cassinets, Tweeds, Plain and fancy Nes
tings. Shirting, etc., etc., etc.,
IIF.ADY WABK CXOTII I\G.
Buch v. COATS. PANTS, VKSTSandntlior giun.enta.
mitl Wioes.
IIATS, CAPS & NECKTIES,
and a variety of other articles
II Ot NI'JIOLI) ftOOI»S,
Such a* Unbleached and Bleached Muslins, Linen ami
Cotton, Table CI -tiis, » iil Cloths, Linuu and Hemp Towel*.
Carpets, Curtains, Fringe, etc.
HARDWARE, &C.
If von want Nails or Spikes, Manure or other fork*'
Saw- Mill or other saw-, Smoothing lion*. I*. ks. Hinges,
etc., goto M Ahoy s. where you n loiv thein cheap.
IF Y<>U \TANT(Jo I Extra F t-.civ Flour. White or
Drown Sugar, ltlo Coffee,lmperial, V on* llysonor Black
T«a.goto %l"Al»n]r'i. ,
I K Vou XV \ \TfS HOC FJIIKM
"I '* superior quality, at as low rates iu» they can he had
elsewhere in the county, goto the store of
11. C. * J. L M'ABOT
Mav 11. iv»,4.
STOVES AND PLOUGHS.
I "WT.II JI \\rECKRKCKEII A BR'BE : l Fonn
jJJ »» ders—Foundry North of the li. r
vW- .ui/WtMifl ~112 I 5 " 11 " 1 "- where H:ove«. Plough*
.T » iToffi an '' "ther cnstlii-rs are made on short ri<>-
•r*aV '" ' ice. Their ware-room •; •»» Main Street
in »t dooi North of Jack's Hotel, where ,\"j vill find Stove*
of »1I sizes and patrons. They also k>" a hand a large
■•tori; .112 Ploughs, which they sell as « heap as they can be
homrht it 'iiv other establishment In the county.
I>ee o I<J»3-rt
JUST OPENKD.
lEi 809T&SM3P.
ON IVISTREET.
Opposite UnydN 11 ii 11 (I iit 8,.
\ITHERE w • |.t t manufacture i a..,r*nnd
» .-i .. 112 all kind", to ..rder I the material.
In ilie latest style- mid of the finest woi kiiMtiship,—«»n
the «).ort«'*t |h j -tb)e notice: and at a* reasonable rates
a* the same quality can he luulatanv other establish
ment. J. A. SHAN >R St J. IIICK k.W
Hutler. Miv U. I
JACK'S HOTEL 7 "
It li\J. .JACK, Proprietor.
forarr of Mnln JIIII .TeiTrmoii lree«a,
IL#ler ( PH.
irch If. V w t'.4
WALL PAPER,
AT
March. 2-J.ISfV. II KIN KM AN'
ANOTHER ARRIVAL
OF
NEW ftttOUS.
ii. c. iibinem am
has jusl received from the East
A New &. Splendid Stock
OF
BOOKS, PHOTOGRAni BIBLES, PUO T OGIt XPH
ALBUMS
ot the very latest style and of the best material
a Large & Fancy Assortment
OF
WALL PAPER
FOOLSCAP, COMMERCIAL NOTE and LETTER
PAPER ; ENVELOPES of every variety; Inks of all
kiit<ls: Gold and Steel Peps: all of which, together with
many othar articles in his line of btfdneiiM. he Is pre
par- dto -ell as low as the lowest. Walk in. I.adle« and
Geutlemen, an-1 examine our stock, snd Judge of the
quality and prices for yrwirnclvep See* »7, *** 1
THE 'WORLD
lli'ouKht rliilit In tlio Very
Midst of BUTLER,
SITUATE ON MAIN STREET.
WHBUE the u VTander
- ■Si. er '" ' n ortne
Tuhacco, SnutT iiikl C'i
. "SS
_ ,trtn ' to we i ColM
(ieo - v °g e, ey
M I n u fac u
Deah*r ih at
Tobacco, Snuff, and Segars.
MLiTitiK heeii duly appointed a "Committee of Six."to
proceed to parts pry on. I »h«r.se diggins, to procure for the
citieens i»f Hutler, and all others who may favor him with
a call, the choicest articles in his line, would respectfully
represent: that in pursuance of his appolnttneut. lie Ims
heon successful in collecting " tail «pecimei,« ' of the best
articles ever found in Hutler! He would also further
represent: that he feels grateful tothe public for the fa
vors conferred upou him, in "days gone by," and hopes
he will merit a continuation of their patronage in "days
that are to v .me."
In conclusion, he begs leave to make the following re
mark: that h has a little the best articles in bis line.that
are to be 112 uind from the"« rntre to thp circumference"
of Pennsylvania, and indeed, he might safely add. the
United St .t»-8 of North America, the Itritish Possessiotis.
or the C.dtfbrnias, including the month of th»* Colun.bla
river, all along the coast of Oregon, up as high as the
parallel of •'Phift.v Phour Phorty." He IM MIILY soil
'•its the ru.it»>iu of ail the " Dtar IVnpW of Rutler, ornny
way faring man who may chance to mak»hhi transit across
I the disc of Jiutler. or sojourn within her borders for 4- a
season, feenn|:( mfident lie will give satisfaction, tiotlias
rejrards prh-eand qunlity. Come and examine for yons
selves! Don't put it off!! Prorriu<tiuath»ii is the thief of
time!l! GEORGE VOOKLEY. Jr.
lintler. Pa., May 11.1061.
! HITIKJKON DnNTimT'H.
ORS.S. R. &C. L. DIEFFENBACHER.
A HE prepared toinsert
, i r -jF-- J \ irtitici d d entui le s
/Jfw
j
'• ' l S l\fi I'hitii! i
-- , J 112 try. .1, „1.l ,„.r r.,,1 t„
- v.. «*\ imiiu' theii new ftylun
ol Vuicanife andji'oralite
* ork Filling, fl'-anlng.
'•xtraetina and the teeth done with the host
materialsiind in the I <-t manner. P.irtlculai attention
pai<l to children's t-M-th. A- m. clmnics, they def) ctiin
petltioii: IIM operators they rank among th«* best. • har
g- ui.Mlen.tr Advieefree of charge. Odice—ln II yds
R'lil'ling .letters* n -trtiet. Ilutlei Pa.
Dec. V>, t
HIVE YOU SEEN THIS?
rnnr.4tih.4rril.Pr .grate
n I ful» •hi dll i. mis
I 4 '• -
j *o the public thathe ha
-A«* \ •«i --1.-- k..r
£ ...1 r ?', <SS sAitn.t:-
ip |V HABXBSH
c ... , p£ Mlfffc
\ - "V yi At Ills ..hi stand.wnere
*'/4 \ he will be i -:, I y ut all
' " times to serve tliose who
may fav«>r him witl »
mil 112 I«• «c eoiistantlv ?i riufacturing. and keepso;i hand
the very b«-st ass •> tiih iu t
t c: ix s.
All w rk warm ted. Ilep tirlng doue on the shortest
notice nml most fav. ra' U terms
Dec 9, I*s. J.J. SEDWICK.
7? A_ T^THERSHIP.
rpil I' nuderslgnod « 'ill.l vi»spw!fullv inform the public
I that thev have entered into Pai in the
rmli'ftstkliiyr llttslnoHs,
and hereby s..|i<-it t he patronage of the public.
Tlie\ aru provided with a neat 11 ears.-. and have on
hand a l-irgo .inaiitity < 112 thr \ > • \ be>t niaferinl. and are
fully prepared to furnhh ( oflin* »112 nil kin.ls on short
n- tire. I lo'.v w'll have "n h »nd< ronstantly a variety of
Cottlns flnisheil to suit purchasers, and on the most ren
-onable terms
Thev will als. furnish Carriages snd conveyances for
Funeral occasions when requested. Ware K.HUIIS. on
Jefferson street, 2 doors West of Amerirati t'itizen Office
G. C. It OK? SI NO.
Hutler Inly 20. 18G5::tf, GEORGE W. EH A.
• Riont.ae J. B. OLABE
HiDiua: k dLAiUv,
Attorneys' at Law.
Ofliee, In ffie County Unrvejor'* ofllre,
fin 11 er, I»n,
Will attend to all hnslne-s ent runted to them, promptly
Also Ltf*KNCi:n('i.MM A'w s n. for rerelvlng Pmimons
Hot ntiiit>. list K PAT fo-soldiers or their representatives
Mtf Nocharge until claims are collected."fcft
George Vogeley, Jr.,
MANUFACTURES AX^DDEALER
* IX ALL M.VDI OF
Tobacco, Snuff, and Segars,
Miiln Strool, llutler.
Thinqs Done Up Riphtll
!wish to Inform Hntb r comity, nnd the region round
about, that I have just received the best articles pv
er lui|iorted int.. this coi'iitv. Tin only wa.v to prove
the fan i* to call and -\an ine mi Tolincco. Si»«IT
and Sc«n-H| believing in the'trnth «.f'the old adatr.-
that "th • proof of the Pii'lding is In chewing the Hair."
Any man that has an ii.kling for Tobacco, in any of it.
oi in can be gratltltd
GEORGE VOOELEV, Jr.
Butler. Nov. 3<\ 1864.
BEDiCH'S DRUG STORE,
Opposite Wfpiii's Store,
DRUGS,
DUIOS,
DIiUOS,
MEDICINES. MEDICINE?
MEiilf'lN »:.•!. B1 EDfCI > i
XEDICU ES, MEDICIN l>.
DYES,
DYES,
DYES.
PAINTS, PAINTS PAINTS,
Pure Liquoisfor Medical use only.
Soda, Cream Tarter etc. etc.
French an.'. A me: iciti la tf'nmerv. ami Toilet articles.—
Brush#-. T rinse sand allarticlee in the Drug lint, nf tie
best quality snd at fairest rales.
Dec:ft, IF6J.
11. S. FMirr'ii Im;ti*«>t e;l
FRUIT Ciirj,
paten Ad NY v. 12, »»«*.!, Aug. ly. lh» 2. and >1 irch 22. H-f
T« be nad »iil \ - 112 t»>» subsci lWr, on Main St.. 151 "I -
DER. IV 1.1 -North ,112 N|Ab( where -ver\
»rticle..| TIKW AII K kept m/,hF. i V I'A KIEI J
This can has been extensively used an*t f.und to be
perfectly -afe Its great convenience will l»e disc-»vere.'
at first sight. The evfetislve facilities for manufacini
ing all it* par?* make it very cheap
It is eh-"-*! by clamping a tin cap oter and round tin
opening which is pressed upon a cement-coated ga-ket
causing the renient to melt by the h.-al of f||<> fruit, be
coming t*«.|il. it is perfectly >ealed. If is dnscil or open
ed in au instant, by h.stkiug »r unhocking a strait wir«
spring.
LADIES', and others, are reqnested to call and eiain
ilie tni* iinsm parsed Fruit Cnn.
WM. 8. 7.1 EC L Ell
Butler, Jnly 13. lK' lr tf.
iUiCiriBALD UAMlll,
Attorney at Law,
, FRANKLIN VKNANGO COINTV, A
one -loor North *.f KINN EAR ID C
Ditsolu (io it of I*st ri nn>l. ip.
N'OTIfE Is herel.y given, that the Partnership liere
t >f>re evistiujr in the iiruvgi-t lmsine«* in the
i boroueli of Hmler. i etu.-en Dr. If. F. Hamilton, and
| pMTid Va> 00, in.'in tl.r n tuie ainf titlei fK. F 11-onilr ai
| A Co. has i.ceti mutnady *io«s.»lve.l W•• return our
sincere tbank* to tUe pobiic geuei dly for their kmd
j patr-na e. The buaines- wid conducte<l in the*dd
j stand, in Boyd'* block, M<uu stiee .bv li. F. Hamilton
D . D F. HAMILTON.
Sept. 6th::3t. DAVID VANCE.
I Cj-IF YOD w ANT TO KNOW A MTTI.b OF
[F. vKRYTHI NT relating t»» the human system uiale
j and feiiiale; the « sua* sand treatment of diseases; the
i marriage custorrs of the world; how to mnrrv well
1 and a tho.is-irid tbinir* nev.-r published l>efore. rea«l
the revised and enlarjed edition of •MSDICAI. COM
mox s*bn«B " a r,, r»ous tn»ok f«»r curious j«eople. and
i a good ln>ok for• very one. 100 page*. Illfl fllnstri
i tions Price 112 I J4) Contents table sent free to any
Nddre«« li'Mtks mav had at the 80-.k stores, or
! will be sent by i» ail, post raid, on receipt of price
I Address F. H FOOTK. M B .
' June 28. '65-6 l* ] 11311 Broadway. New York
t rr o i.n F yks M*DK N kw.—A pa Mph i.ki
dire* ting how Xo sp. edilv restore ai.'ht and give op
•peet3>el*«. without aid of doctor or awdiriM tfent
by mail, free, oo receipt of lu cents. Address.
F B FOOTK. AT D
| JtfogV, nm Broadway .New York
The American Citizen,
13 published erwjr Wednesday'in'the bbVrngh of Ruth
by THOMAS ROMPHOJI on Main sttwet opposite 1u Jack's
Hotel—office dp stair* in the brick formerly occupied
by Eli Yetter,nn it store
TEHMs:~f 800 ny eer. If pub! In mlmiifp, or within
the first first nix ui»uthti; or 250 if not pnid uutil IVter
the expiration of the first six ninths.
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As agreed upon by the Publisher* at.d Proprietor* of tl.e
Hut lei I'll PERN.
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column for *LX months LI-MI
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Cautions, Estraya, Notices of Dissolution, 4c., not
exceeding I square, A insertions, each 2 00
10 line* of Nonpareil,or it* equivalent, will make a square
JOB WOHE.
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y* " " " 4. .2 fto
#, . * " 4 00
1,1,11 O 00
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Pit any quantity under 5 quire, fl 50 per quire • on all
amount* over that, a reasonable reduction will bo made
BUSINESS CARDS,
single packs, 112 1 50; each additional pack, 50 cts.
LOCAL NOTICES.
10cent* per line for each insertion.
DEATHS Ann AMITRTYORG,
will be published gratis. where tlie same DOE* not exceed
5 line*: for each additional line, 5 cts. will he charged.
Adverttament* of O. C. Sale, Executors, Adtumistra
FOR- and Auditor* notice*; Kstiayii, Dissoluti on of Part
tiertdiip. Caution*. and all transient advertisement* MUST
POMTIRCLT BK PALP IN ADTANCFC.
We, T •• undersigned J'uhlisher* and / Yopriefc>r« of the
nutler pape-*. hereby agree to strictly adhere to the
tbove schedule .-I PRICES, until further uofice.
WM. 11 AS LETT, butler American.
< LA UK II.SON, I'vion Ueraid.
ROIL IN SON T ANDERSON, American Cltiisen.
.luly la. I*o4.
Arthur's Home Magazine.
Editid by T. S Arthur an Virginia F. Tcwmt
TIM II'IMK M All A/I ,\ I: foi IKRS will !„• ..|iliir,N~l and
I'|>l" »«"•■ "I 'lf -MI III"" «..1 til v. I IL>U wuiu.nt |„.
v..! WITH WL.ich it HA* been reieive.L. !M character DM
llicil I »S M> PERI 'IMt'ALJ, claiming I nlil.c favor ON
TIN-GROUND<>f real merit. will IN* carefullv maintained:
while f>» variety. Int''lC-.1. IM-fuli.T--. ami all the attrac
tion* of I Herat MIL art • -entia! TON trio* HOMK MAO
AZiNt . the T<iib|t»her* will aim r, make it St PhßloP. TO
AIX oTll KRS
Ann: St KM KxorIVIN'J, AND TWO PAOEO Of MLTTC.
will APPEAR in every number, betides choice picture*
GROUP* and character*. ptevailin*; fa*hi IM. and a large
vanety T patterns fi garment- etubroider\. etc., etc.—-
»n ill renpis 1-W». -H«»I give A FILLST-I LAS* MAOA
/.INK.at a T»t lee within tpe reach ..| every intethVeni
family in lite land.
A new STORY L>\ T. S. ARTIIM will ITe commenced in
the .iHtoiaiy ntimber.
Vr.AHi v I'M v . in ADVANCE.—One copy. three
<-.. pi, .00; HVE copies, aud one to poiter-up «.f club.
*10.00: nine C'.;.|»- AN.) .ne-to getter-lip of'club. $16,V0.
i,t A beautiful "KKMLL M I'BATI entitled "Till.
INI AM Y "FSIIAKSPKAIffc ' w LL be mail.-,I to each
PERSON who*en«l* U" A club . 112 -übxeriberM. H willnlao
Bcm iHe.I to each single *ul>sct iber from whom we re
** Flr $ 1.5' 1 w#» will -.end one copy each of IIOML
MN /.IN AND«JODEI'« BIDY'.s HOOK for a vear
Aildress, T S. AKTIII'It
823 W iiluut,Stroet. I'LIIU.
N"V. ao, ISO 1
Tlie I\nlion:
A Weekly Journal of Politics, Litera
ture, Science and Art.
Tittsjournal will N'T betheoriranof nnv nartv sect or
body. It will 01, th'-c Ultriii V.in !;•• V. e irne t'Jft.rf' to
•>1 I:K t " t lie dl8»N-*i 11 ■-f political ami *.W?i.l| questions
* IH rnlV.il -I'ilil. I' 'I I" «" .*'• «ir TL, P
- 1 I' -IMC I'W'ril'il',l' "f'!™e N .lnv'il!L'. 1 '
Tli*critici*m of B«NDT» and w.U k-. of irt will fum one
of IN most |.I .'minen. |ett«tie»: and P IN* will be taken
to have t hi- TASK perfumed in e» rv case by writers prm
«es*iitg Kpecuil qu tliflcafions fit it.
It is intended, in It. inte et of Inveit. , RJ WR> F| „ M
of flu- publb-generally, to ll:tve que I .R> . 112 trade and
finance treated .-very we.-k by a WR |»,. R W H..*E p. slfioti
ami character w ill K 'LVE hix article* an exceptional value,
and render TBYU a safeand trustworthy guide.
. A Special correspondent, who has been selected for this
work with care, has started <»n a Journey thn.iigh the
South Mis letter* will appear heieatter every week,
and he i* charged with fhednty of-implv reporting what
HE «EEN *N<l hear*. ICUVJIIU. the public a.-I far AS NOSOLBLE
to draw it* own Inference*.
IT embraces AMONG if* regular or occasional contribu
tor* the folli.wiuir names:
Henry W. l.ongfell->w, .lames I?U«*ell Lowell, John 0.
WHIT Her. Samuel Klliott fKx-IM evident Trln College.
Hartf.rd.) Prof Torrey (Ilai v.<TD.J Or. Franci* Ueber,
I'rfes-or Ooldwin Smith.
Harvard.) Henry .FSINE*. Charles I*. Norton. HAND
iltaltimore.) Kdmund Qnlncy. p,.,f \\ I» Whitny.' Vale
Prof L» Oilman, ( Yule. Judge Oalv. I'rof. |)wight.
1 F'L.luinbia Tidlege,) PROF Tavler Lewis. fSchenecte<lay. -
.IMVE A viand. Frederick Law Olmstend, Itev. I»r M -
r iiufoek IN v. I>l . .B.seph p. Thompson Rev. Phillips
111 - k- Ifev Or. Mellow*. C. J Stllle. Henry Tiiekerman,
Itaynrd Taylor, t'. A Hrlsfed. V L Hrae'e. Richard 0.
\\ bite. \\ ill' tiu LL->yd fJarrison. Sidney OA*>rge FISHER
The 1 1* Tilton,4itmes Parton, Oall HAMILTON.
TRUMS:—Three Dillnrt per annum, in advance: Six
month*. Two Dollars. When delivered by lanus in N.
Vork or Hroiiklyn Fiffv Cents additional.
JOSKPII 11. Itir IIAICD3,
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130 Nas«au street. N. Y.
NOTICE.
Henrv Kaufhold, vs. Adelpheid Larher. In the Court
112 1 omm 11 PI«M. of Butler Co.. No'*. 102. of .him-
Term. A 0.. I*'-. and 28 of March term. A. D. 18F.4.
iVotice i- heiebv given, imrsuant to the .''.lth section
..f the A. t of J IB of Feb 1 U iry. is:l4. to Adelliehl Lar
ner. widow and devisee, and Angusta Larher. Oharles
barber. Lmil Larber, and Onstavii* Lai iier. children and
heirs anil devisees of Frederick W. Larber. late of " IN-
Held Tp. Butler Co. Pa , dee d, that • writ of Scire Fa.
ha* BFEU is-TIED on above judgment. retuniable at |»e
ceinb. 1 next of the Court afu esaid. eomenclng on M ai
<lay, the 4tii day of December, A D 1 TR. view rhe
SAME and show cause why the same SHOULD riot be b*A'ied
out ■ 112 THE land of the said Frederick W. Larbei, dec'il. 1
iV.V. 8, W ft. ItltACKKiVlll D'.IK, Sheriff. !
fl * i 4HDT O IN I' MM FI R1 NO Do •.I«
wi 11 to be run (I > If «|I. swallow two or ».hre» ho.'S
heed* I.F • *Buchii."'• T'o-TJC Bitters.''
•• Nervous ANTIDOFPS." A<- AC AC . arid •;ft»*r v«M
IR- *iti«LF''(l \\ Ith the R suit, then trv O E box of «11,F>
L>(> IOK HIVfUNS PNGI.LMI S*PKT'IFIC
'•'II. I * —AND I# r» sfort d to h»-'lth and vb/or in LEU*
tb II 111 RN (I <ya I T-e« arppnrelv veifetable pleas
ant T I'LL' . prompt ai d s lntarv in their eff. . T" on the
broken DOWN afd SH= tt red constitution Old and
voiui" <an tak- th M wth advanta L»r Huch-n'S
Kn_dish f| Pills CURE In 3I dav* the
VA r«t v s> s of M'KVfrsM W Imp-. -ncv. PR
-lll.iti.- 11. '»\ *EMIO',I| ' EAKM S*. |ns>l.ttv AND.II
L*R• !•■■#» v ?*''xitnl,-aud Nereoim X FL'-« tioii* no matter
from what »ans | r-'dil" d Pri' E. OF FJI-llar RE r
box. SENT POFTTJT '.D by fi ail. 01 f JII ord» R
Addr.-s- J \ MRS -« FTFTLD'.H
NO W flroadw.V. New Vork. GENERA! \"ent.
P S *.—A bor •• IT t" anv :-ddre«s 00 R E.DNF «.f price
wlib hIS Ot>' Di'llnr— pn*t F>e< LI/" \«b r 1 live
Clr< I r - .T 00 ap, I I .T'OU.
Jul\ 10 •«.*; H*
JD»* II TO « O I'RR IAY —W 'lit. Ran ."t v |e
er Mir mat- P E , I <• 1 tit, th* I . Id-T V „ ,
S.» A-F 112 r bin s. 1/IU, . *•!. , |(i ht tosejt -ML
br « Metallic MR. ,ni HE 'D." (b- th- us- «»R which I
»*v< rv n»* is '»is 11W11 B'OIOII M.-ker without the Id
OF c. rd rtx IN - 112 I". ki'ol ) »».F* • •-N JM* Iflrh,
IHIS. W•• 1 O udst ■!' 't tl »• SSI rt'o Chat a -E'LN
YF now Icarin fr FL «N d.v \NA.tiv
ERR eti. MAN'IN- Ifr M ■ to :*r4»|ri a roiiotc
lucbe.#- stun* 112 r.icrcnl R . iviu-.» full partii ulars
•MI .tddrc-M.
MII 1.1 R K D! \
Cior innati, Ohio
Inl . litli, !!**•s.
FiUßii Bin mm,
\ 1:1 it ui ri,I;N. im.
'NIL; uuder*igiM*d vr »U|d re I-. - unlly inform the public
I generally, that he is n. w fully prepare.l to fitmisli
fliem with the choicest variety and very liest quality of
»li kinds of fi nit trees. Dncinz the last SINURNER he hst
auKle large additions to H *WT ck of Fruit nod Ornamen
*al trees AMI ha* on hand • larger ami better quality and
variety than L«a* ever been oflere.l in thi* County Con- j
eisVitijc of
SUMMER, WINTER IT FALL PPLES.
PEACH KS PKABH AND CHKBRIKJ 4 . al-o. STRAW
BLKHI !> of the very FINEST quality—diffe.enr kinds M
.TO uimrb. A Hjdetvfhl lot of Kverirreens ami a Jffeat
of PR»»NII'CUWU-tre«»» F.*- OIIMT .TIE an- *hade«.—
\1 I •! which, w- PROJIOSE to sell on a* re-. • !.)e temiN
is the atttue qiialif. and varielo - can b< kad for.from
*ny aitenrv or estal liahiio-nt In tb»- cminii -.
Jan. ♦>, BILA." PfcAKi FC A SONS.
A«liiiinls<ralor*N Police.
IBTTKRSof A- ruinistiath n» n THE estate 112 David
J Hay. late «'f Clinton 1 p . dec d. bavinir been duly
to the undersjjii.cd, the-efbre. nil person* know
ing themselves indebted to said are re»|iie te.L T.. make
imiiiediata payment, and those havinit clahns against
the same, will present theni proper I V authe iticated for
settlement. OEO. VI . HAY, Adm'r.
Cct. 26,1««5.
~ A. M. KF-YMAMTM. D.
PhyHiclun and eon.
Ofßcs immediately opposite Walker s building*
l«-r Pa.
OEE U
\OTHI;.
4 PPLTCATION will be made to the next Legislatur
/V "T the State O( Pennsylvania, FOR the incorpoi aiio
of the Harmony SAVINGS Bank, with a capitel of L'birt
Thousand Dollar*- Said Bank to be located in the bor
of Harmony. IhxMer C«un*E.«ald S***E. June 3ER '
-
Fifth StreeL, Pittsburgh' Pa,; V
POt-NDKDIK 1 Mio M
Incorporated by Legislative C!,arter
i'nsm'°g MA N " ou, N |'ißh;.rr' l "'" l !l is *
I'.BI mill Wm Li!,, ' c "">l"«rcl«l xillii'Htii-i '
itauor
STOCK BOOKS,
PARTNERSHIP ROOK-9
TZ!ZZ azv m
new jiartnor. A„.l pMctlraii,
SIXOtK KNTIIT
"lib rii pmrtlrnl niutraikim oitilliltliiir 11,. h„ v
lIRRA.NGKU I)0UIII,K-HKTUr BOOKS
OI'KN fMj 4IOOKB
CLOBINO BOOKS.
BI'SINSSg Pol:Ms
i/,i!' r "!"t "T v .'uilgnienl Nuli-n, llnifts Oritur.
wh "If K "' A<,, '" ,n "' Invoice, i" All";
... , . RrSfNRSg I.PTTKRS
SJ": I Mr "" M
. " Becpfng, ncikirm It a regular conrHcnf
busin*-. practn e, w iih a c urse of twenty-five '
LKCTIJRK-" UPo.N RO:»K KKI.PINO,
l.v Ihe P, lnri|, ,1 rx,.l .11 11,. I m ,„.
t. rs recorded in the text. Al*..; twvlv
LKCTURES ON BUSINKHS SUIMFcTS
,"""'t,' "r. ,"T' rlrh - '!"» *" by tr«-
tions Tl.h n, J-! 2! # fHn,,r, M °» *P*cula-
VW.,'l,ct„r."u™!n t ''" * r,,> *«—
IIJ.MMKIiriAI, I,AW.
im PtirtiHT.liliiN, r.nitriict*, IliMiniiice. 'I'M n ('.rrlor.
til. Slntuta „t l.lmltalli.ii-, *r. r,,„ ~,..,j jn.iniMli„ii. In
llutl-Clillg
COITNTKIIKKIT BANK NOTKS
]>r « full ..•( nf K.nnlnc Srlnn.il.* iiikl omul.-.- «i,d »
l»rg.cull« ikniiif couni.rf.il nm....
Oilll RAH.IIOAI> BOOK-KKKPIXIJ,
(In imjin»crl|.l,, M1.11.11. th. r„n»trnefl..B kii.l i-nnfp-
I'|i" I^ j|™,"," K r, - r "I>«» *li'l 11„. b,».£.
I -..1 .nil Amvlil. nil i »■!■• irilnl T;„... nr. ml».r-
Hhul l.v other,, 1.1.1 not hihklh cl»wlier. ih. .It* _
'iur new system of
IRIVATK BANK BO'.RS
in iniiniiscri|.l,l .inlirnclnfT all 11.. 1....1 f„ rn ,. | n
OC , i"/f' lV *" K«'.l l-.llti, uuf
STEAMBOAT ROOK-K KEI'INO,
•l.p.rlm.nt ninit.nt. ni. In>lrni-I.d*fr>.m tb. nrl/ln*
larged edition „112 I»l"FF 8 Steamboat 80.,k-Keeph. R . the
•rdy complete work upon thi* branch of the ncience
ptlbii plied.
Our full course of buslnem practice includes abont
•'■"■w bL > i \ KHB B< MiK S,
ruled to about THIRTY DIFF M t q r , r . n
ledger*. 7 Day-Iks. f> Jonrnals. n x C n*h.
Book- 4 Sales-books, 2 Invoice hiH.ks, I Discount h.Milr-*^
Clieck-regieter. 1 Deposlf-teglsfer, 2 Collectio|i-re*isfero
1 Tickle. 1 "and'a-registei. 1 Freigbt-book, 2 Pas> N r,.
biMik-i. 1 F md-book • be>e book-practically record ab(.l t
SIX HUM.It i n UTS! \ K>'K THAN SAf'TIOX.Q ZS!
li.n.lint I'll- K ..rigin,.l ~ln PaUori' .
tn..lin'.n Iw.i.lv-llv. >. irs jig,.. II fur otli.i. I, .. .
rfnrc.'t>.l..l lit iniitHtlnfllilin will 1.. lifhl ~ .
ii.i.„»i„i» p:,p,i. „.k» ~rr 1 ,„ 1 ,ii, l ;„'h";, r 1 i;
of the graduates of this institution.
IIARPF.ICS K\ I.A RtiKD KDITION' f»F
in ri'-n HOOK KI:K'I«JNO
Pric.ll.7B. Poßlntfe "M ciln Mb; B. okK>.||.i»
ernlly. "
Th. Ml..wind t.mini. .111 111. Imllcnt. th. chur.ct.r o
this work :
•■ N.M.lh.rworH npnii B 4 K-.;iln(r .xplaim th. nub
jects with ho much cleai nes* and * imp lie it y
fil-J.lrr V..h»nlCi ll^.nh.'«'i'n\.t" H \ Y
"II |im> cluar in.lght into all .Ippiirlinlnli of thin
wii-nc-." A. B.l'it ANKR.
Cashier of Seventh Ward Rank N Y
" A* an extensive *hi| owner A merican ami K.trom «r
merchant, bank director, etc., ha I.as horn the reputatioi
of the higost order of bn*ine*s t dents "
JOIIN W. RCRNHAM, Merchant,
So.Jf South *t . n,. w York
•« Mi. DtifT is a man of rare qualifications for hirsinees."
•ItIHN M. I). lA\ Idtß, Merchant,
I nion st.. New Orleans.
"yr.Duff i* n merchant of the first respectability."
J. LANDIS. Mer* bant New <ir leans.
"I graduated In Duff's College in half the time 1 ex
's ted. Hi-admirable system includes nothing sniper
tluous, nor leaves out anything easmtial."
J. R. COMPTON,
Cnahler Niagra Rank, fjockport, N V. •
" It contains much matter important to the merchant " J
I'. O. rtAWTEAD,
President Manhattan Rank. N Y.
" Tlie most complete work of the kind I have ever
seen." JAMKS P. MI'NRAY.
President Exchange Bank, i'ittebnrgh.
"Tlie most clear anrl comprehensive that I !•
with." JOHN SVYDKR.
Cashier Rank of Pittsburgh.
4 You have vonrown lone -xperienre a* a merchant to
good n*e in this work." RICHARD IRVIN. Merchant
NO. OS Front street V y.
"The favorable opinion* alreadv expre«ned by trentlo
men of competent authority are well deserred and very
oroperly bestowed.'*
CHARLKS M LKI'PP,
LKOPOI.D RT BR WORTH.
RDRI RT KKLLY
'j-eclal Committee of the n.aniber of Commerce, S. Y.
[Extract from the Minute*.J
PR SPER M WETMORE, Secretary.
"Your C,; l ,mittee nnanimoindy concur in the opinioo
•112 the Utility of the improved method ( .f Mr. Duff"
OCR DON J LEEDS,
•eoording Secretary of the American Institute. N. Y.
rilh NKW ENGLAND EDITION OF Dt'FF'S STEAM
BOAT ROOK KKKPINU.
.»!!«» Published by the author. Price $2.00. Sold bv
took*eller* (ien«raßy.
"A perfect system for keeding such books and accounts"
J. PA BOTHERS. •
Formerly Ca«hler of thr Merchants' Bank Pittsburg.
"The Time Table alone is worth the price of the book "
D. R. IIKRRoM,
Late. Cleik of steain«r Mount Vernon.
•'I consider the legal form of the Stentm r's Protest so
valuable that I never leavy ports without u copy ~| the
Iniok onboard." A.r MoCALLAM.
Captain steamer Areola
"Tlie only work published ifanv value to the Steamer's
Accountant.' .1 K. J. ALLISON
Formerly Clerk of the Stumer.Fortune.
•The most perfect system ofSteamer'H Account*ln use."
c 8. FRIBBKK,
Formerly Captain of steamer Nashville.
On H'in. IV.IIIIIPN
Twelve Firsl l*rcininiiih
for the best Bn*ine«* and Ornamental Penmanship
awarded our Present Pen in «n, by the United St.tfe» Fair
at Cincinnati in Iflrto
Peumrylvania State Fair st Wyoming ...I c «0
Western l'enneylvaola Fair at Pitt-hurgb . ... IMIO
Winter** Virginia Fair at \Vh«*«'ling ...ISflO
And the Ohio State Fair at Cleveland 1862
All of which are exhibited at our office.
OI R TERMS.
I7>iv not htm advanced tine* Urn wir, while other**
charrjf.
f.-4) for tuition or 910 and sls extra t., r Penmanship.
Our tuition t-r urauaring oouce. im luding ) -j..
bu*iues* i>enmai.Mhip time unlimited, is j^
Blank Ixe.ks (for whieb others charge sf* k $10) $2 00
Duffs BoOk-keepibK.("tber texts coet A $4) $1 76
We therefore present the business student with these
IMPORTANT ADVANTAOES:
Ist. Wehaye ihehe-t penman in the West.
2d. The he»t Syrtem of accounts taught under the
Authors directions.
Sd. The lecture* of an experienced Merchant.
4»h. 1 or 8 week* -avrd in time of study.
sth. Thei>am< time saved in hoarding,
Fr««ui sl2 to 915 saved in blanks and print
books.
7th The graduate* share in the b>ng standing ressi
tiou of the College
For particulars send fl»r onr enlarged new eirct'
la '.pp. tii, with sampiiw of our Penmans' and
Ornamer tal writing inclosing Twenty-Jive cent* for p«»et
age, to
P. DUFF 4 lODT, Pbttb

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