—*TLTT"S ~ ~ ~rr~
Feefling Grain to Stock Profitably,
t is a class of, farmers, and
perhaps pome among iliem read the
American Agriculturist, who still
question whether it will pay to feed
animals the grain which they them
selves rai*e. They have not satis- 1
lied themselves by their own experi- :
ence in making beef, mutton, or;
pork. If grain be properly fed to
animals of a good breed, there is no (
doubt about its being usually a pay- j
ing operation ; but fed out unground j
and irregularly, if the animals are
ever so good, it seldom pays. There
is a difference, also, in the manner j
of.computirg the gains which usual- j
ly accrue from th" grain cousutnc'l j
by animals. A good portion of the I
profits of con erting grain into meat
of any kind, cannot be realized by
the sale of the meat; for many times i
an animal will not sell for as much (
money as 'he grain and hay it has )
consumed while fattening. In view
of this fct feedinggrain ap.
penrs to be a poor practice. Never
theless, multitudes of the best farm
ers of our couutry sell but little grain, |
others sell none at all, while many j
purchase much more than they raise
on their own land, and feed it all to
stock of some kind, and yet derive a
paying profit from the business.—
Others attempt it and fail because
they feed poor stock, not wel pur- ;
chased nor selected, or because they j
do not feed with proper system, nor
preserve with sufficient care the solid
and liquid manure of tho fattening
animals. In fact, it is in tho manure j
alone, that the greater part of the j
profit of fattening beef, sheep and
swine ensists, to most of the farmers
of the United States, and the rest of
the civilized world. The more ma
nure, and the better saved, the great
er the profit, even in Illinois.
The way to begin is, to got good
animals and to put then: in fair or
der on grass. .Meat can be made on
grass in warm weather more < cotioin
ically than on any other feed. Those
persons who attempt to make beef of
poor cows and bullocks, or mutton of
poor sheep, by feeding hay and grain,
without commencing on grass, will
never make out well.
When one intends to prepare a lot
of bullocks or sheep for marketing <n
the spring, he should commence feed
ing a small quantity of grain per
head as soon as grass begins to fail,
for in passing from grass to hay,they
should not be allowed to lose any of
the ilesh or fat that has accumulated
during the grazing season. If by
irregularity of feeding, or by expos
ure to tonus, or by short allowances
of feed, an animal is required to use
tip a poun/1 of fat to maintain the
heat and io supply the natural wastes
of the body, it will take several days
to replaee the .small amount that has
been lost by this bad management.—
Every animal sh >uld be fed enough
to keep it improving a little every
day. Some bullocks require more
meal than others, and the same is
true of sheep. A dry cow or a bul.
lock three or four years old, designed
for beef next May or June, should
receive not less than two quarts of
Indian corn meal, or its equivalent
in some other during the
months of December and January.—
After this, the quantity may be in
creased at pleasure, and should al
ways be increased from month «to
month, according to the feeding ca
pacity of the animal, the calculation
being to finish off the fattening with
tpn to twenty days grazing, without
reducing the quantity of grain. In
addition to this amount of meal,they
should have a foddering of hay, once
daily, and one of cornstalks, and a
few hours daily in a yard with access
to good straw. If a farmer has a
power cutter, it is far more econom
ical to'chaff the hay, straw and corn
stalks, wet it, and mingle the meal
with it. Feed prepared in this man
ner, is better for sheep as well as neat
cattle and horses. The use of oil
meal for beef animals must be regu
lated on the same principles, as a
substitute for part of the meal.—
Wethers and dry ewes should receive
nearly or quite one pound of Indian
corn or corn meal per head daily, or
what is better, half a pound of oil
meal and half pound of corn or
of barley meal mixed. It is folly to
attempt to make meat in cold weath
er, without complete protection from
oold and wet. — American Agricultu
Coating lor Iron,
I desire to remind my brother farm
ers, that rust and corrosion are more
injurious to iron tools during the pe
riod of their idleness or disuse, than
the wear of them. To obviate effect
ually this evil, it is necessary onlv
to cleanse them thoroughly when they
are to be laid aside for tbe season,
and apply to them a coat of rosin,
one part; beef's tallow, «r oil, one
part, with a little lampblack ; the
whole being solved and fused over a
slow fire and put on with a common
paint brnsh, while warm. All iron
implements, such as plows, harrows,
cultivators, as well as wheels and all
other tools, composed either wholly
or in part of ircn, should be frayed
with this or some similar unguent,
and carefully housed. Treated iu
•« manner a very considerable sa
iig will beeffectrd, and at slight ex
pense. Some prefer the use of paints,
formed by the admixture of linseed
oil and white lead, lampblack, Veni
tian red or Spanish brown ; but al
though this has a somewhat neater
and more tasty appearance, on the
whole, it is no more durable and much
more expenseive than the first n«n
--| ed article.— German town Telegraph.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
THE SIZE'AND STANDING OF THE
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in the country that give an equal amount of reeding
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Determine to spare neither labor nor expense, otir pub
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ICxlrsioi'illiiury Success of tlie
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GRIFFITH GAVyT\ on, JEALOUSY. A new
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SKIRTS FOE 1865-6
The Great Invention of the Age in
J. W, BRADLEY'S New Patent Duplex
Elliptic, or double, Spring Skirt.
TI.HS INVENTION consists if Dnnuut (or two/ Elliu
tic Pare Refined Steel Spring*, Ingeniously brnded J
lyand thinly together, edge t> edge. making the
c-t.nmst tie* ble. elastic and durable Spring overused.
I hcv Kfldoiii bend or lirwk, like the Mingle SjiriJijis, and
consequently preserve their perfect and beautiful Hiape
ui'tieth -n twire art long as any single Spring Skirt that
Kver Has or Can I>p made.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex Ell ptic Skirt
will he experienced particularly in all crowded Assem
blies, Operas, Carriages, P. all road (,'ars, Church PeWs,
Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Die-in as the
Skirt can he folded when in u<o to occupy a small place
j as enSilv and conveniently as a Silk or Muslin llross.
A Lady having enjoyed the Pleasm e. Comfort ami C rear
Convenience of wearing the Duplex Kiliptic ted Spring
Skht for A single day will Never utter wards wilHbfclv
dispense with their use. For Children, Mbws.and Young
I.adic* they are superior lo all others.
TIIK HOOPS are covered with 2 ply double twisted
thread and will wear twice as long as'the Single yarn j
covering which is used on all Single Steel lloop Skirts.
Tlie three bottom rods on overy Skirt are, also Double
Steel.and twice or double covered to prevent the cover
ing from wearing off the rod* a lien dragging down stair*
atone steps, Ac., Jtc., which they subject
to when in use.
All are made of new and elegant Corded Tapes, and
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] ami economical Skirt ever made. • .
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j THE HERALD OF HEALTH
| Journal of Physical Culture
1. The Alcoholic Muddlement, or tho quest lot of Alco '
hollo Medication discussed in its length an I breadth, j
2. Notes on Travel, or tho Health In«titut|o;H of Eng
3. The Health of Students.
4. (Jen it Smith on Drunkenness.
5. A Chapter on Nervousness.
0. Dhysical Training in Amherst College: it being a
letter from Dr. Hitchcock, Professorof Physical Cul
ture in that Institution, to the Publishers of the
7. Drunkard's brains.
H. Intermittent Pcvurs,
0. Turkish Baths.
! I'. The cholera.
J II Rlack Sp >t in Yineland.
I IJ. A Learned fsnidoner on Americans.
13. The True Temperance Platform in Ohio.
I And ninny other interesting articles.
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on Physical Culture and Health topics, ond should be
) in tho hands of every mother who would rear her child*
| ren to robnst|mauhood. evcrj student who would preserve
1 his health, ami every Invalid who would be led away
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! pendence on nature's icniedies—air, food, clothing, and
| a wi«e liyglene.
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! n, 8, If». "*" L,X K«iy.o»-t
MlMfc ELLA XKOtW .\OTKES.
llronnht rltflit In llio Very
Midst of BUTLER,
SITUATE ON MAIN STREET,
_ Wmm the Wandrr
, V. - or " ,n «f»rch or nni
a. T»lmce..Bn»(r nndCl
A '• -■: ttgWVJ
XV-&: a box.witli outstretch
' (roo. Vogeley
M a n n 112 a c u
Dealer in at
Tobacco, SnufF, and Segars.
Having been duly appointed a "Committee of Six."to
j proceed to units bey«>ud the«e dlgglns, to procure for the
citizens of Itutler, and all other# who may fitvor him with
a call, the choicest articles In his line, would respectfully
j represent: that in pursuance of his appointment, he has
| lM»en successful In collecting " tail speciutcits" of the l-rst
I articles ever f.atitd in Hurler! He would also further
represent: that he fc 1-gr iteful totlie public fi-r the fa
vors conferred upon him, in 4 *ilays gone by," and hopes
he will mcrita continuation of their patronage in "days
that are t<< v me."^
In conclusion, lie begs leave t-- m.'ike the following re
mark: tliathoha? a little the best articles ill his line.that
are to be found from the *• centre to the circumference"
of Pennsylvania, and Indeed, he might safely add, the
United States of North America, tho British Possessions,
or the California*, including the mouth of tho Colnn bia
river, all along tbe coast of Oregon, up as high as the
parallel of - PMfty Phoar Phorty." He HUM PLY soli-
Hts the custom of till f>ear lYoph "' of Butler, or any
way faring man w ho may chance to make his transit across
thediscof Itutler, or sojourn within her borders f.r "a
season,''feeling confident lie will givesntiSfHrtion. both as
"regards price and quality. C-onie and examine for yous
selves ! Don't put it off!! Procrastination istlie thief of
time!!! QJCOKOfc VOOFLEY. Jr.
Butler, Pa., May 11.1S01.
r A P.K toinsert
I jljt v. l\ artificial den tut Ie •
J* o« Improve
nwnt fro, » «'» cn
- v'VH >y *:- llreset on Vulcanite, Coral
•-» _v, - ; ' ,; v : nrriii •-"'g'ifi Oobl, Silver l'latina.
.. Those .h sirons to avail
» -.v ,-:4 ■: ' td ill-- latent
% J : mprovements in dent ls
jf ■' rfi; "-f J ,l - v « should not fall to
examine tlieii new styles
of Vnlcaniteand Coralite
»! work. Filling, cleaning,
j pxtracting and mljnsting the teeth «h»ne with the best
materials and in the best manner. Particular attention
i paid to children's teeth A- meehanlcs, they defy com -
I petition; as operators they rniikamong the best." Char
j ges moderate. Advice free of charge. Olllce—*n B -yds
U'tildlnp JcQcrson Street, Butler Pa.
j Dec. 9. lfW3.:::tf.
j mil R undersigned would respect fully Inform the public
I that they have entered into Partnership, in the
I UiiclortfiKlnfj: IltiHlncNHi
and hereby solicit the patronage >f the public.
They are provided with a neat Hearse; and have on
•hand a large quantity of the very best material, and are
fully prepared to furulsli Collins of all kinds on short
notice. They will have on hands constantly a variety of
C'offlns finished to suit purchasers, and on ilie most rea
They will also furnish Carriages and «onveynnccs for
Funeral occasions when requested. Ware itooms, on
Jeffcrsou street, i doors West of American Citiy.en Olllce
O. C. ItOKSSINO,
Butl»-r. luly 20. l«r«5 rtf. ORORtIK W KBA.
George Vogeley, Jr.,
| MANUFACTURER AND BE ALEIt
IX ALL RIMP9 OP
j Tobacco, Snuff, and Segars,
MjiIII Ktrocti Iluth'r.
Thinqs Done Up Right II
I wish to inform Butler county, and the region round
I about, that I have just received the best articles
er Imported Info this county. Tin only way to prove
the fact is to call and examine tuv Toliacco. SnnfV
and Sr(,'nt»t believing in tl e'truth id the ohl ndage
that "the proof of the Pudding is in chewing tlio Bag."
Any man that has an inkling for Tobacco, in any of it.
orms, can bo gratified
UK-maK YOGKLKY, Jr.
Butler, Nov. 30, lSf,4.
REGICK'S DRUG STORE,
.V, KPTOIN F9. MK f> fCI NFS
M F.I) Ir IS KS. M KDICI \ V]S
PAIN T9, PA IN T? PAI NTf,
Pure Liqumsfor llodlcal use only.
Soda, Cream Tarter etc. etc.
French and Ame:ican Prrfuinory. and Toilet articles.—
Ilrnshos. Truces and all articles |'n the Drug Urn , of the
bent qualitv nnd at fairest rates.
Dec. 9, 1863.
li. K. I'islaer's improvrd
Pfitened Nov. 12, IKr.l, Aiu. 19, IS»'2, and March 22, 18fi4.
T > |.o had only of the subscriber, on Main St.. BUT
-1)1' I*. I'a . 4 d or- North of Store, where every
arli/'Je of TIN W AIIE is kept iii fi/fE. 1 7 V.\HIE 1 1*.
lias been extensively used and found to be
pwfectlv -afo. Its great coiivenlenre will be discovered
nt first sight. The extensive facilities for manufactur
ing all its parts mxkeii very cheap.
It is closed by clamping a tin cap over nnd round the
opening, which is pressed upon a cement-coated gn»ket,
causing the cement to melt by tho heat ol the fruit; be
coming cold, it is perfectly ren led. It is (dosed or open
ed in nn instant, by booking or unhooking a strait wire
LADIKS. nnd others, are requested lo call and exam- j
inc this unsurpassed Fruit Can.
WM. P. 7A KOLKR.
Butler, July 13,18ti4::tf.
Attorney at Law,
1 HAfttiLlN, VENAKb'O A
* one d. . r \. 11!. . 112 KIN'NRAR HOtT
'•I \\ \\ | TO KMOW A I I I I I.r. OP
FVKRYTIIINC relutinif to the biiinan svstem. male
nn«l female; the causes and trej (ment ofdlseascs; tlie
uiHrri:iue customs of the world; h »w to marry well
and a thousand things never published before read
the revised nnd enlarged edition of ''.Munnvu. COM-
M(*4i HkxsJP.-' a eorious l»ook for curious |ieople. and
n good book for • very one. 4<«t pages. | (Mi lltnstra
tlona Price *1 ~M» Contents t ibb* sent .free to any ,
address Books uiay be had ut the Book stores, or
will be sent by rail, post paid, on receipt of price
I Addres# K. It. FOOTI', M H..
j JuneMß. '(B-fitr ) 1130 Broadway. New York.
j ISKNJ. JACK) Proprietor.
Corner of Main sail .IrfffiKia treets,
March Ifi, 1R64.
;jII.| li IKB ii j
I TAKK THIS OPPOHTUNITY TO RUTUTL.N TIIKIII
( j thanks to tho citi%eu« of liutler and vicinity, for their
I|>atrouage ii: the past. Weaientill engaged m Uuj'ing.
butchering and Selling Cattle, Sheep and Ifogs. \\>
will spare no pains to furnish our ohl customers and all
new oiufs yiiu may favsr us with'a call, with the very
BEEF, JIITTOV dr FOKH
Thsyan lie procured, or that the market can afford.—
We are determined to do nil in our power t-. accommo
date the public; ami feel satisfied that they will give us
Shop ou Main street, nearly opposito B«rg's Btore.
Sept. 27. 1566.
K. IS. BPIiURIS, !
Attorney at Law,
PENSIOM AND CLAIM AGENT. |
OrriCl.N. K. corner of Diamond. Butler, P«*
Feb. 3, lMtetf.
William E. Moore.
PENSION, BOUNTY CLAIM AGENT
K. M'Jnakla'. Offlce, Main Street, on
posite Zininiermnn's Hotel, Butler,
Buiier Cp. Pa.
fir No chargo until claiuu received.'4ft
AIIODSE ao.l one a.-re of lau.l nilusiul on I lie Alio
gneny |>lank road, eight miles from Butier, It ]■ a
g«»od sittuition for a store—gr»od neighborhood, coare
. « lwJ ' l furtw information
«t "TIIS on*9
The American Citizen,
I? published every Wedtn »a> in the U.r<*i r ,h ofltutlr
by Thomas RoBt!«*o!t on Main sti net .oppoaiu to .Lick's
Hotel—<. «<•«• ap stair* in the trick formerly ofcFupied
by Eli Yetter, as a store
Trusts:—sßo 0 m ytnr. If paid 111 advance, or within
the first first six months ; or *1 5(» jf not paid until after
the expiration of the first six uu nth*.
TERMS OF ADVEHTISING, &c;,
As agreed upon by the l»ubilsher* and Propi letots < 112 it c
One square, one Insertion 00
Kuril oibseqi|ent insertion 5..
% column 112. r six months .......'. 7.7.7f* 5.1
14 column for six months .!!.'.777..7.7 2t»
1 column for six months . 7.7.7 .7**7,86 ut
one rear 7.77.7"... ''lb 00
1,4 column for ouu year 7*7. 7 i m
I column for poo 3 far 220.127.116.11.7.7. . 70 no
|»»< fessional ami Business Cards, not.exi eculing 8
lines, one jear 00
Exceutora.Aduiluistrntorsand Auditor'sriot ic'» earl) 300
Application.* ft>r Licem-ntt, each ' Ui
Cnntb.n., Katraj-., Not), oof lll,«,.intion, "ic " "wS
decoding I a.|i.are, 3 Insertion... ench.... i no
10 lines ol Nonpareil, orlLrqnlrnlcr.t. «til nmk<-n ,
Y; sheet hand-hill, 50 copic. or lc<3 ft jy
For any quantity under 5 quires, 112 1 fiO per quire : on all
amounts over that, a reasonable reduction will be made j
.Single packs, fl_so; each additional pack, 60 ds
lOcentsper line for each insertion.
DEATHS AnD MARRIAGE*,
will be published gratis, where the same does not exr.-ed
5 lines; for each additional line, 5 cts. will be charged
Advertisement, of O V. Sale, Exe, „t„r., Adn.inl.tr.
tor.-.and Auditors notices: Km i ays, Dissolution of Part
nership, Cautions, ami all transient advertisement* must
POSITIVE! Y BE PAID IX ADVAMK.
We, ti.e nndcrsigncd. Publishrr* and /Yom-iVforirofthe
Butler papers, hereby agree to strictly adhere to the
above schedule of prices, until further uoiire.
V M. HASLETT, Cutlet American.
( LARK WILSON, I'-.i«.n Herald.
808 IN SON 4 ANDERSON, American Citixen
July 13, ISlii.
Arthur's Home Magazine.
Edited byT. S. Arthur an Virginia F. Tov.me
The HOME MAGAZINE fo» lScr, will be enlarged and
improved, and made »Hil more worthy of the eminent fa
vor with which it ha*- been received. It* rhuractei a* a
111011-TOa Ml) PERIODICAL. claiming public favor on
the ground of real merit, will bo carefully maintained;
while for variety, interest, usefulness, and all the attrac
tions or literature ami art essential to a tine Hojtk Mao
u'I K (»THfj! 1 ' 1 W,aw wl,t ui,n " il SL'I'EHIGiI TO
A fix* Steel Enouavino, and two pages or Music
wUI appear In every number, besides choice pictures
group* and character*, prevailing fashions. and a large
variety of patterns f-r gariuent". embroider v. etc. etc
In all respects we *h:ili give A FIRST-CLASS MAIIA.
7.1 NI J, at a price within the reach of every intelligent
family In the land
A itew story by T. S. ARTHUR will l>e commenced in
the January number.
Yeari.t Turn•», in Anv.«xrK.—One copy. f2,5«: three
copies. ffl.OO: live copies, ami one to getter-np of club.
?IO,nO: nine copies, and one to getter-u)) of club, f15,00.
A beautitul PREMIUM PLATE. entitled • THE
INFANCY OF SIIAKSPEARK." will be mailed to each
person who sends us a club of subscriber* It will also
be mailed to each single Mihscitber from whom we re
s'i'Tiir JI.S3 v-e will -.end one copy each of Home
JlAOAzivrand tionCY'h Lady's Hook for a \ear.
Address, T. S. AK I II CR I CO..
323 Walnut, Street, Phila.
A Weekly Journal of Politics, Litera
ture, Science and Art.
This journal will not bath* organ of any partv, sect.'-i
body. Il will on thecoutrarv. make an earner t efi>rt t"-
brin-j to thediscu-siou of p d)tlc:d and s'.e|ni qiwlioiih
a really critical spirit, and t,. « •*,. war upon the vires . 112
viol*nee exiigerali.ni, and by which
so much of the political writing - 112 the day is tnatT« d
The criticism of books and woi kw of art will form one
of its m >st proininom featuren: and pain-* will be taken
to have this task performed in every • ise by wiiter® i -
soNiing >pei-ial <|Ualification* for it.
It if inieuded, ill the interest of investora. a< well as
of the public generally, lo have quesli >n « of trade uutl
finance treated every kby a writer whuee prwition
and character will give his articles an exceptional value,
and render them a safe and Mfet worthy guide.
A special correspondent, w been neh-cted fir this
work with care, has started on a journev thi. nah the
South, ills lot torn will appear heiealu »ei*k
and lie Is chnt'gcd witrl the fftl'ly ofrih ; .•; .>• it
he sees and hears, leaving the pitblir f t > -is j, ( | p?
to draw Its own iiifereuces.
It embraces among it» regulai f.r .e-casJoMii miib.i
tors the follcwing names:
J|-nry W. Umgfelh.w, lames Khsm 11 1..!« ha • .
Whiltier, Samuel Ktliott (Ex-I'residc » 'I rin < « !>».•.
Hartford.) I'rof. Torrey. (Harvard,) Dr. Fra*e i.ieber,
Pi'deseor Oohlwin f'milh. <Oxf-rd,: I*:-f-s.-r ' hill
(ilni vard,) Henry danies, Cliai les K. Norton. ■'.»!
(Baltimore,) F.dmund Quincy I'rof W 112». \*hitny. Yale
Prof. I). C. Oiliu.n, . Yale.) .!udge lJaly. Prof, hwi-hti
(Columbia College,) Prof Taylerf.ewis Prheii"» l« Im.
Judge Way land. Frederick Law olmstead. Itev. fir-
Ciintock. Rev, l)r. Joseph P. Thompson. Rov. Phillips
Rr-.ek*. Rev I>» Rellow-. .1 r-tilh-. lleM v Tuckpr;.ian.
l!»yard Taylor. < A. P.risle.i C. L. Hr i' e, Richard 0.
white, \Yiliinil Lloyd Garrl •n, ?i«lney tieorpe Fhher,
Theodore Tlltoii. Jwuies Parton, Uail (iamilton.
T» BUS -Three li.dltrrs per annum, in advance; Sli
months, Two Dollm *. When dehv -n-.i by • arries in N
York or llrooklyn. Fiftv < cut* additional.
JOSEPH 11. RK MAUI'S.
130 Nus-au street. V Y.
ID"A C/IRI)T«» TUB SI'FFKR I N'f* —po yoa
wish to l>e cured ? If so. swallow two or thre» ho«»s
heads of "Biiehu."* Tonic nifters.'' -*Sars porilla ' 1
'•Nervous Antidotes." Ac . Ar Ac , nnd after yon
are satisfied with th«- result, then try <> ■»* box of < »M>
DOI'TOK IHJCIf \ N'.* K \ O i Is II SPF.CIFIC
Pll.l.S—and h rtstored to health and vI«or in h-ss
than thirty days I he« nf* purely vegetable pleas
ant to take, prompt and salutary in their • t« on the
broken down ar d shattered eonst'tution Old and
you no 'an take th»tn with advantage | r Hue loin's
Kniflish Pfieeiflc I'ills cure In less thsn 3" «hu « the
worst c ses f »f N F.R VOI'SN KSS Impn euey. |»fe.
iiiatnr* Demy, seminal ■Veakiu-M, Insinitv and all
Urinuiv Sexual, and Nervous Atfer-tlous. no matter
from what cause produced Crice. Oris D'.llar |»« r
box. Sent, postpaid, by mail, or receipt of an erd« r
Address .1 \MBS S It ITT I. F.R
No 120 Broadway. \ew York, General A?ent.
I*. B. —A l»ox sent to any address on perHpt of price
whb h is One Doltnr—pn*t Free. A ci' s. riptive
Circular sent on application. .
July 19. 'Or.: Ha*
to 920 Per Day Wanted an active |p
eraetic man in each con tv. In tin |*nlt« d }
secure for himself the exclusive R i</ht to s»|l • \||-
ler s Metallle |)rm m Head." (In the of which
every one is his own broom maker, without tl.e .wt
[ of cord or tyinus of any kind ) p:itei>(ert .fun* I3rh,
i I-il.». We can sudstantinti- tiie ssertio that agents
| «re now learinif fr«nn to fr.'ti pe «Liv An nVtivf
energi*tie trail can sell from Imm* to Mm.ii in a county
j . Inclose stamp for a c.rcni 'r. yivin/ ffill particulars
j .nid address.
Mfl.f.Fn A DIAL.
dm lunfttt, Ohio
July. 14th, I^s.
RURAL IILL KURSfRY,
M'Alt 111 I'Miß. JPA.
rpilK nn.li*r.ifti..il w ,ul,l nr.in.i (l.„ iinhllc
| i e«nw«ll», O.i.i li. I, f.,11,. r ,„ llWl
them with the eh >ic«et varict) Mid very be. t .imditv of
I all kinds of fruit trei «. During the 1.-r ~M l<
| made largr addition- to his stock of Finn «mJ Oruunian
tal trees, and h»s mi hand a larger and better quioly ami
I variety than has ever been offered in th - couu: v *i . .
| sistiiitf of
SUMMER, WINTER & All *PP|.fS.
| PBACIIKS PKAIS Jsft CIIKKKIK.- » „ J-j . ..
BERK IKS of tin very line»t quaht\ —different kinds o
Uheubuib. A Spi.iHiid hH of n amis
variety of Promtsca> iis rreet> f.»> orniunent ami -l a
All of which, we propose to »ell on as rea*«ii>ah)c i,
as the same quality and varieties can be had f«,r fi
any agency or establlsliinent in the eetwtrv.
Jaji. d, 1864. SILAS PKAIti F; A SoNj
A. M. N?YMAN, M. D7~
I'liyHU'lun and Hur eon.
Office immediately opposite Walter', buildin .
D. c ». ISR3 :«
MAr.TiN tFiuri.. o*». wreuirui.
STOVES AND PLOUGHS,
fCP»,i YI7BCKIIECKER A RK'BE'.' —Foun
—Foundry Xo»th of the bor
<rt,<<rff st,>y * > ' Pl'»ugh«
t,oe - ware-rismi is on Viin -ireet
tlrst door North of Jack's Hotel, where you will flu.l Stores
I ofallsi7.es/uid patron*. They also kenpctih hands iarce
j stock ..f Plougi.M. which th<»v sell a-cheap hs thev r*j, Ihi
j bought at any other establishment in the conutv
rpilK wonld'respectfnlU informihe citir.cus
1 of Bntier and the surioundinc vhdnitv thai he is
still making cly'hlng in the latest ami uoAt approved
stylss. Call at Hie sign of tha half moon and tfar.
1 H. WHITE,
l>isHol«ilion »112 Partnership
I been dissolved by mutual oo**cnt. <*».; |
[ tw^, fr «h * CHATTY ;
Fif h Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
rorXDUT) ITS IN4O
ML. t N r.BS MAN. Our highest commercial authorities
Kast and West, pronoui.ee his system of Book-keepin*
nneqnaled—comprehending every depgrtroeat of bus*'
i nesa and yet so skilfully comb nse.l that the attantivs
j student manters the whole in six ur eight weeks. It swa
closed once with a b us ami twice with a gain—exhibit
ing by three different mothods, the transfer of old te
conducted by three different methods, exhibiting the
transfer of old to new books, with the introduction ef a
new partner. And practically illustrating the
, PRIVATE LKIMiER,
by means of which the results of the business are ksr
out of the general hooks, for the use of rhe partners oa
ly. rhe hook is iwt even named elsewher*. Ihe settle
ment of Partnership Books l»y
with six practical illustrations, exhibiting-the book* re
opened by Double-Entry. A concise rule for rectifvinit
DERANGED ROUBLE-KIN TRY BuOKS,
with six speclflcatious. The gain or loss found, and the
books correctly re-opened. The learner i«a|h.» exurclse-s m
from eight specifications, Iticludingspecial conditions tut
often met with inhusinent. Also, a serious of e\erc||ev in
from new .and peculiar specifications The learner a...
writes about eight v
BI SINKSS FORMS
of PromlMftry Nolw, Ju,l|tn,.nt Notea, Draft. Ord.r.
Hill, of Kiclnnip,. Ace., nnts, liiT„ir..», Ac., tc ' Alan a
series of *
which, witli tl.. liu.lne.. an. nil connwted .11. h..
c.ur.f of II ,k Keopine. nmkl.ir It n cuur.. ot
practice, with a c,,ur«» of twenty-Are
LRCTIIKKS I'I'IIN DWIK KRKI'INO,
by Ihegenloi Principal, explulntnf; all th. hualnaa m.t.
tfrs recorded in the text. Also, twelv
LECTURES ON BUSINESS
How every one may get rich How to get rich by Ira
ding The causes of commercial failure*, tin ■-•rela
tions. The moral influence of Integrity in jruuth Ac—
Also, lectures upon
on Partnersnlps, Contracts, Tnsurante. Common Carriers,
the Statute of Limitations, Ac. Practical instructi<>u» in
COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES,
by a full set of genuine vignettes and cuunters. and a
largo collection of counterfeit notea.
OCR RAIM tMD BOOK-KEEPING.
(Tn manuscript > exhlhljs tj- and e<,n>p.
ment. the ~pointing receipts andevpomiltures. th.< liooke
d sed and n dividend icc.nded Those books are adver
• -.1 by others, but not tr.nght nltfewhere i i the city.—
Our now system of
PRIVATE BANK BOOKS, '
'in manuscript.) e.,,1; , r ,g all the best foims in n«e
;.;. V^r iv «tc Bunkers our now enlarged edition of
STEAMBOAT HC(;K-h r KM Ml.
. , , fa tlws
depnrtmfn s<ndent« s.e tns rtfrted fr«,m the iew en
tar, e iedlti. n • 112 111 I F 112 Ih- k Keeping. Ike
published * op'-n »liis branch of the science
'*!!•• fii'l course ot Ka*<ine«s practice includes n*»vsil
ifJl i V HtaSlNttSaS BOflKh -*
ru!«,t t Hli:T V 1-IFFt hFN ! lOKMS viz H
Ledger" 7 Hay I -kr , JonmaM.A U.tl-wElm. VCHUK.
11,. J >„|,..-I„„.u. J inv„ic,-iH..k., I Uwuuni.ptK.k I
( heck regUte. 1 Dep i«il-regisier. olleetß.fi-rVgUlerr
1 Tickler. 1 II "..IVrcKMci. I FrrigiiM i iCwue'
1 •" 1 »".'l l,'K,k. rli.-,el.o.<t*i,rn. tlrnllv recrdnluVi.t
.-■1 \ III'M.ItKI. HrKI :.!.>» TiIANKAt Tlo.\» c,.n! "ri
l.en.lltnr I,lt K S ..riiiiniil „r ertn'eiitl.ilil.i
tr.Mllu .'(1 ltt.-l.!v-fi.-c , ||„« |„, ~||l Pr. h ,„.„
,c l -, ce.!«.llnlli,l,»tii, ) !l ... wlltl.el,e«i I„ c
the business pup* maud bo. ks < 112 their j upih with t|...»*
o| the giadtcuo*. of tiifw institution.
HARPKB'S EN LA kny.U KIIITION (ig
in Pi"'» hook K i:j;p jiy'tj
I'.icefl.'i l*Mlate !S> «mt«. f.,ld l.v B.K>k...|lot. »«'n
! he following testimonials indicate the character o
•No,,ti,.i v. ,-k lip.,n |:, ilt Kl>e|,lnK explalpj, Ihe aul,.
>"'■ wltliwi' .cleari.e-f «l„! ..u.i.liei.j
K V Kl.M|T.Vr>,w.
t a-Oili-i >f.,.'l,»nle. I.NTik. Wall Kt , N V
" n Five. » clear i.i.lgl.t inr all ile|,»rlinri,i. .if im„
- "nee. A. H. FKARKH
' ' 112 fe.enll. H aril Bank, fi, y.
V ,'"| v " "!l ,; '""'•J American an,l Knnn.c.r
m<>. .-I>aut I r.Mk .l.reen V . 1,. h„: |„, r „ the repumtlo.
of the higesl order of bns:n"ss I tjrjit - '
■l"ll \ M I I I: il tM. Merchant.
No. « Son'h at.. a. yprk
Mr. Di.flT I. n m»n ..I ~nnliflcarl.,n. for 1.n.1i, c „ •
.Kills >|. i, XAV Ullt, Merchant,
, I n!..!, .t,, N.w Orleans.
• > l. Dull i* a merchant .t the hr«t v."
J. I.AMHB, McrrltaDt, New Orlimiij.
•I nrailn;ilel in lir.n'. (~ Here in hair Ihe ,'ljne le,
l e.'ie.l ll|r«,|.„lial.le .v.i<n. Inclnrte. nothln* .nruer
liooiis not leave*' Ut auything essentlnl."
, d H COMPTON,
Cashier Viagra Bank \ y
' If contains much matter Impoi lant to the mere hum »
c. o. HALSTEAD,
Preaiilent Mmihattan Bunk, N Y
"Tl.e moat c.niiilete work of I lie kind I hare eiei
«een. JAMKS I' HURkAY,
President Kxchang,. Bank, Plltahnreh.
"The nioHt clear and comprehensive thai I lixveniel
, with." JOHN SNTIIKR
ij Caeliier Punk ol Pilt.hurgb.
' Tonha.e rourowu 1.,1,ir ejperleliea a. » merchant to
r,.od uae Ip th.. work.' RIC(IARll IRVIX, Meicbant.
i , ' ~ . atr»«t N. Y.
The favorable opinions xheady rxprmurd fc» g'-ntle
| ""K eorejietent antliorllr an- »eli de«err...l and ... •
i properlr 1 7
rilAlll.K,® \l I,KI TP
I.KOPOM) 111 Kit \V■, urn
j ROni'.RT KFI.I.Y
Sl'.erial C ...mlllee of the '•haml 112 fommerr* V y
K*trric« f:otn the MinMte,-.
• ' -I'l.'i M tVII'IM \.V. Pee felt., ,
' V u>- i . mi'it" nn.xiiimouslv concm In the 01 un ,•
•If the Utility . 112 tl.eln ,1 ■■■:!:,,< „112 jj, ri , lft -.'
Re.', flinc *e.:l -«u ftl e Ame. ,e«„ jf y
- Till NEW KN<iI.AM» BBITTOV OF D( PK\s STKAM
li.iAl It'NIK KKKI'INU. 01 K* t
Ju.t Puhliahed hv Ilia author. Price 1200 R.,ld h*
IbHikseilers (ien*>rally. ' "
-A perte.-t ay.tem f u r keeding .llcli I..K,ke and accoiu.la l
~ . ~ ~ , , •' f'AItiiTIIKRS.
K'.rmerljr 112 nahier of the Merchant.' Hank PHt.bi.ru.
* The Titne Tal-le alone ia worth theprlceof the bonk '
~ . D. B.intRRON.
.te flick of..Earner Mnnnl Vernon
1 Co.. l-ler tn. legal t t|„ S |»,ni. r'a P r „,..„
....... 1., t. ..- - ..ve. le.iy. porta without ..™, „112 ik«
tea.ru A. C. McCALLAM
Captain steamer Areola
rhe nlv ni ,-k |»<i dialed .fany value to the Steamer 1
Awountaia. j |r. J. ALUSON.
112 M imu ly Clerk of the Steamer Fortune
The im*! perfect system of Steamer's Accounts in use "t
C. 8. FICIBBEE,
formerly Captain of steamer Nashville.
Oil Win. IT. lOill""* I'emiiaiiHliin
i'Welvt' Kirn* I'reiniuniH
for the beat Business and Ornamental Penmanshir
awarded our Present Penimin, by the Uniteil Htates Fail
at (Cincinnati In 18fi(i r
Pennsylvania Fair at Wyoming ... iB6O
Western Fair at Pittsbiu-Kh.. ISwi
Westen* Virginia Fair At Wheelhig . iB6O
Ami (the Ohio State Fair at Cleveland ....18«2
Ali of which are exhibited at our office. * ****
eharV "' lrancf(l * ince lhe *> ar > whiU other
# «» f.i tuiiion or f\o and sls extra for Penmanship
" i UUi 11.11 112. 1 . nuMiingconr-o, including ) .J
bn> mess peamaoahip time unlimited, is ? Wr> 00
I'.Jaiik i|,»r aim h others charge $h a sloj S2 0
Duff s Rook-keeping.(other texts cost A $] 7
We therefirV present the business student with the
I Mi' .'STAM ADVANTAGF^S:
W hn\ the iitninin in the West.
" 112 MCroIM,U onder th
*l. The lectures of an experienced jferchant.
4th. 7or 8 weekn-av«>d in time of study. * t
sth. The seme time saved in hoarding. ,
Vt9m 912 t0 ,l5 MTed in
*m- y..r partl. ular. ml Ivt .at enl«rg«J ww ele..
j lai. pp. 66, with Mtuple, of oar P.i.mana' bMlneeTlirf
. Oruamcmal wrltfn, Mk
112 ' * • o *' '
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