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FAHMEBS' COLUMN.
"Speed the plow ixnil siccil Hie barrow;
Peaces niiil ih'iity send abroad,
Better far tho spoilc nod barrow;
Tlian the cannon nnd tho sword." '
SrAnBTiuc Vooii,e"kwh. As is woll
known, woodpeckers subsist principally
upon tho larvso of tho tree-bcetles or
borors, which they obtain by picking
holes In tho trunks and branches ol the
trees, and thrusting in their long barbed
tongues and drawing tho vermin from
their lurking places. Somo ot these
Woodpeckers have at times been regard
ed as Injurious, from the fact that they
aro called, in somo localities, sap-suck-crs,
Trom tho mistaken opinion that they
suck tho sap and cat tho soft inner bark
of some of tho trees.
A Hist. It is well known by all hay
makers, that the soles of boots or shoes,
jn tho hot dry weather during haying,
becomo smooth as glass, and full as un
certain for a foothold, jis well as danger
ous on the top of a load, or in ascending
nnd descending tho mows. Now, to
remedy this evil, I take tho soles from.n
pair of cast ed' rubber shoes, and tack
them to tho bottoms of my boots. Since
this has been my practice, I havo at all'
times known whereto find my feet when
I put thorn down. A capital hint ai.d
we commend it to our renders.
TO REMOVE STUJirS.
A correspondent of the lliiral Jlnjhtcr
states that Mr. John lianics, of Haiti.
more,rcmovcd"a troublcsrmo stump fix. in
near his houso follows: 'Last fall,
with an inch auger, ho bored a holo in
tho centra ot the stump, ten inches deep,
and into it put about half a pound of oil
ot vitriol, and eoi ked tho holo up tigh'.
This spring, tho whole stump and rojtp,
extending through all their ramifications
wero so rotten that they wcro easily
eradicated.' -'
41 mm uiu iiuijyo woiiw oe a encap
method of removing stumps, The
sulphuric acid can be bought tor nbc.iit
five cents per pound'.
AC RIC U LT HUU UVliO VEMKNT.
Tho Working Farmer says on this
subject:
Improvement in modes of culttiro
means simply that tho land shall bo
undci drained, if we'; plowed deep,
subsoilcd, and cultivated thoroughly,
o as to keep the weeds down, the sur
face of ilio ground constantly stirred, and
open to tho ingre.-s ot tho air and dews:
The atmosphere is a storehouse of mois
turo, carbon, ammonia, and other vital
elements of cops, but it cannot penetrate
a baked, closely packed soil, in order to
produce thoso changes in its chemical
condition, without which tho wonderfi 1
, processes of plant growth are impossible.
Hut if the surf icq ami subsoil aro loosen
ed by deep cultivation and disturbed fre
quently during the season t vegetation,
tho air circulates freely among tho parti
cles of soil; water, tho solvent ot all tho
organic and inorganic constituents of
crops, is supplied in proper -quantities to
produco tho right conditions lor the free
appropriation of plant food. . Tims tho
improved tillage of (he soil develops tin
extra farm beneath the surfaco not enu
merated iu tho titlo deed, and many a
farmer who to-day starves on a hundred
acres, might grow rich on a quarter of
that area, cultivated according to the
methods wo havo indicated."
FARMERS' ROYS.
A larmor who has boys will find a
workshop no small aid in educating
them. Skill in the use of tools is a most
enviablo and profitable accomplishment,
nnd one that nearly all boys tako delight
in acquiring.. If properly instructed,
they will tako pride in using tools with
ca o, and in keeping them in good order,
and will spend many an hour in making
things useful and beautiful, which timo
would othorwiso, perhaps, be worso than
wastod. A workshop, woll furnished,
will sava money, time, trouble, and
vexations it will educate your boys in a
most useful way, and keep them fi oni
acquiring bad habs-, it is, in nil respects,
oonvcnicutnnd economical, you cannct
afford to do without it. western Hunt I.
SAVE THE MANURE.
A correspondent ot tho Mirrow and
Farmer writes as follows:
''Twenty hens will furnish cnoughl ex
crement in a year, if well cared for, to
givo an aero ot corn a good start? equal
to a liboral supply of tho patent ma
terials. Tho privy tor six in family, if
woll tended' will produce enough for tho
hills ot two acres of corn. And then,
if more is needed, clean up all tho lino
manure in the yard and in tho barn
cellar, mix threo bushels of ashes with a
. cartload of thirty bushels,' and immedi
ately usd it, putting, a pint in a hill. It
-costs n) money, but ncods a little timo
and attention. I havo never found the
farmer yet who did not acknowledge
that ten dollars is better used in making
-manure at home, than in buying of
othors' manufacture I boliovo this rule
jnay generally bo applied. Somo exosp
i lions exist. Hut that it is bad policy to
: waste fertilizers at home and buy foreign
. ones, is a fact loo plain to bo disputed."
- Tho grand essontiuls ot happiness in
tats mo are, soniouuug to uo, somi tmug
to hope for, and something to lovo.
Gno. 12. Minoii ....L. K. Evans.
DO'ST STOP TO LOOK DICK
GO UIOIIT IN!
TO TI1K STOW! (:'
CEO. E. MINOR & CO
TUIE at iovo named firm lias purchased a
L complete stock in the Hast and are selling
at reduced prices, ll comprises a, general as
sortment ot
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
QUEENSWARE, HOOTS, SHOES,
HATS AMI) CAPS, CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
&c.,
Ac,
We would also cull the special attention of
iiio j-iAuibmo mo largest lot of.
DcLniiirs ami Calicoes
ever offered in this market, and nt prices lis
low as before the war, also, our full lino of
HI I'. RONS,
VEILS.
DUKSS GOODS.
DKKSS TRIMMINGS.
LOTIONS.'
"iIOUP SKIRTS,
UALMO. SKIRTS, &c.
You would do well to call Immediately, as
rices arc already stiffening in the Eastern
market, Dun't firgct the place, at tho
Q3L1D STANI3,
In Minor's Building, nearly opposite the F.
& 1). X. Hank, Wayncsburg, l'u.
April U, 'ii(l-tr.
CIIOLSHA! CHOLERA!
BOW TO A VOID THE
DUE AD DISEASE!
COJtK TO TOWN, 1'OIt
R I A E II .1 H T & 1 1 R H R 1 31
II
AS .H'ST RETURNED FROM THE
city, and have opened the largest
"New Grocery
in town. They des're to inform the citizens
of Wnynesburg and vicinity of tlie care they
have luken hi selecting stock, having on Jiand
n good supply of
OONFKCTIONS, TOUACCO. CI
GARS, TAR. also. PROVISI
ONS, I5AUON, DRIED liKKL-'
POTATOli-i. FISH,
DK1KD PEAUIII2S,
ito , tfco , ifco.
Call nnd sue them n9 they have just
You will Mud tbem accomodating, and
sell lower th in any one in the place,
sure to go to the right place, in
LEDWITH'S OLD BUILDING.
opposite this Court House, nnd formerly
cupied by tlin Post Olllce.
npI8,'ii(l.-tf.
can
Ro
PLAIN"
AND
FANCY
JOB'PriNTING
THE FINEST STYLE.
Our prices ennnot bo surpassed for cheap
ness by any other establishment m this part
of tho State. Pintles wishing
1T
done should give us a ca'l. Wo are ready at
nil times to do anything In tho printing line.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS PREMIUM
OFFERED, BY
NIXON & BURCKiNAL,
SMiTiUTKi.D, faykttk i:o, 1.
M.lNIT.tCTI'KKIIS
01' ,'
KY ArOK A TO II. '
CASH
MILLS AM) COOKM
This is tho only successful Evaporator for
making u No. I Syrup with economy and dis
patch. Over ton thousand wero used last fall, nvery
onu of which was insured, and not one return
ed. Itjs tin only Kv iporalor free from liabilities
for infringement upon some previous patent.
Wo are also agents f(r tho celebrated "VIC
TOR CANE MHIi)"mamifactured by ci.aiiii's
souoi) maciiink co. Wo olfer Oifli' Hundred
Dollars Premium for sample of bent Svru;,
(soo nileo liskof Canu Mills and Evaporators,
sent troo of charge.) to ba uwanleil by Sornh
um Conventlim, thu timo and place in exam
ine samples to bo determined bv the Conven
tion. ' . D. OWENS, Agent.
ALSO, PROPRIETOR OF THE
EAGLE FOUNDRY,
WHERE ho keeps constantly on hand,
STOVES of ull kinds and CASTINGS
or nil descriptions. Orders solicited und till
ed promptly. .
upr dm WAYNnnnmin, Pa, '
rTTis '
MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS,
Forty ulirerent etyloS, ndnpted tosaereil and
secular music, for ijso to ijjmiio each. THIR
TY FIVE HOLD or SILVER MEDALS, .or
llrst premiums' awarded them. Illustrated
Catalogues free. Address, MASON & HAM
LIN,' Boston, or MASON BROTHERS, Nbw
Yohk. lopl3,'G5-ly
THE GITIIERIXO STORM
i. 1IEDGK & SON
Have Just received a Sew fc'tock ot
IJOOTS AND SIIOH.S,
HATS AND CAPS,
COLLARS, NECK TIES, GLOVES, HOSI
ERY, TRIMMINGS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS. Wo have just received a large assortment of
the latest kind of ready made
BOOTS AND. SHOES
which wc can warrant to wear, mid do good
service.
Also a few Low Priced Roots and Shoes
which we will not win runt bought expressly to
compete with our neighbors.
Don't fail to call If 'you want to sen good
articles iu our line of trade. It will cost noth
ing to look at llii'in.
Remember the place, "Allison's Building,
opposite the Court II ,ue."
Wuyueslmrg, May '., If.
Jilts K. S.SAVi:i:S.
T. IIOSKISSON.
Si 1
Spring Stock.
dreat Variety
MRS. K S. SAVHRSifc IIOSKINSON,
Siyi'it' Coi'uir, )',iijiuI)iirij,
MESSRS. SAVERS & IIOSKINSON
Have just opened tin extensive and entirely
new stock olTASlllONABl.E
f
Bought in the best Eastern market, at the very
iwcst cash rales, cnmprisitig all styles of the
most fashionable ami serviceable tcxtiires.oJ
Gentlemen & Lilies' "Wear,
II is useless to enumerate. They have every
t ling in the line, wilh
HOXN'liTS, HATS. CAPS, LOOTS
And Shoes. Wares of all kinds, and a com
plete variety ol'lhe best ( i I i H'KKIKS. All of
which they propose to sell at tho very lowest
figures, dcpe'iding on the ipialily and' cheap
ness of their goods to jj.dn Iheni custom.
Nov. si;r,. t f
Bradley & Smith
MANUFACTUBEPiS
AND
IN '
SADDLES g&
HA UN ESS, niUNKS, Ac,
No. 132 Woo.l Si red.
PITTSCURC,
PA.
-o-
PEOPLE OF GREENE COUNTY wishing
J. nnythln In our line can be furnished on
tho shortest notice and '
MOST llEASOXAULH TURMS.
Persons from a dislaneo a, tiding us ORDERS
will have them prumplly attcmied to, and on
ncrount of being near Market, Head (Juarters
wo can furnish, goods CIIEAI'KR than they
can bo hotight elsewhere,'
St'inl 'm Your Onlrri',
nnd wo will givo them our strictest attention
nnd forward go-ids bv Express to y nyneslmrg
by boat or pcreons living In tho coiintiy caii
send by Pedlars and Hucksters.
jmiir'-'li'ii-i tf RRDLEY & SMITH.
NEW FIRM !
t J11IE UN DERSRLN'ED havo assoei itcd Iheni
L telves together In tho name and stylo of
UUGTIES AND LDOJS,
,ii the old stand of lliiuin-.s, RavaiiiiA ('o In
lilies Landing, Ph., for the purpose of carrying
on Ihe Urocele, Forwarding nnd Commission
business In all lis various branches, They hope,
by Ihe long experience of one ot the Piirlnors,
nnd s'rlct atlciillon to huslncwi, to receive it
liberal sham of the public patronage In their
line of business. They will
KliEP CON STAN TLY ON HAND
ifgood supply of Groceries, such as Sugar'
Coli'ee, lilee, Molasses, Nails ami Iron, Oils
nnd Piilnls, anil all articles usually kept In a
Uroccrv Store, nil oi which they willsell at n
eiy small advance over cost niffl carrla"o.
I.INDKEY. IIC0I1ES,
THOMAS LUCAS,
ldavlt, '('- If
Exchange Hotel
J. W 1 1. ANN, Proprietor.
TN 1NV1T1N0 TIIH PUBLIC to Ills patron
I age, the undersigned feels eonlldebl, that
by his kmg experience, Lowlll bo enaliled to
render satisfaction to all. lie gnaiautecH thu
best iiccnnimoduliDtis both to man and licusl
.May Iu.'iio ly ,T. W. HARM.
UEOMii "s. imw
TvftALtilt In Hooks and St itloiiery, un.
1 Klnes, Daily Papu, i'noy Artlcht, u,.
Wayneshurg,
i a.
Aprll I, 'llll,.y
T . V . R O $ S .
rilYSlOIAN AND 8URUK0N,
OFFICE iu Jewell's building, West end of
Main street, Wuyuusuurg, Ph.. pi,-tf
MR &
Have been awarded tlio Highest Prelidums
at ull Eorcin, United States and State Fairs
where exhibited.
The (pialilics which recommend tho Wheel
er & Wils n are s
i. it iwxo 3 lurriiS ,
UU'IC STIt'll.
and nikes the
Roiutynnd exeelleneo of stlch,
both sides of the fabric sewed.
alike
up
Slrcn'.'Mi,
, that will
firmne?s nnd durability
not rip nor ravel.
4. Economy of thread.
fi. Its attachments and wide r.mgo of ap
plication to purposes urn1, materials.
li. Compactness and rle;
and finish.
anco of model
7. Simp'icily
struction.
and thoroughness of coii-
8. Speed, ease of operation nnd munage
ment, and quietness of movement.
0. It h is been the popular Family Hewing
Machine for nine years, and hence it not an
experiment to buy' it.
R"ad the foltowin
; extract from the Cliiea-
go Irihmtei
"The Wheeler & 'ilson Lock-Slilch Ma
c:hine iu l,oo() yards of Seam, uses 'i,'lM yards
thread.
The (trover & Hakiir Double Thread Chain
Si'itch Machine in l.nim yards of icam uses
5,.Min vards thread.
The" Wd'icU it Uibbs Single Tbrad Chain
Slilcli Machine, in 1,011(1 vards of seam uses
ViOl) yards of thread.
Over f.Olll) Wheeler it Wilson Machines
are iu use in Western Pennsylvania, whicj
is mole than all others combined.
A machine whose merit has achieved such a
world wide runown and siicce.
W ri anted Thrc3 Years,
k)
liy a responsible Comp inv, brought to the
house of Hie purchaser, iu-lnii'lions irivcn iu
its use, without, extra charge, ami salisf iction
guaranteed, it is no experiment to buy. anil
Here is no investment whicli pays a belter In
terest' or In lugs more comTi hi. health, happi
ness and relief to tho household.
Send f.ir Circulars nnd Samples to
WM.Sl'.UN'KR it CO.,
No. '-7 Fifih St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Agency for Western Ta.. toislcm' Oiiio, and
Wistcrn Virginia.
Nov. 22, I8i;.-.. .Iulyr.'-ly.
fivT These oletirated machines are sold iu
Wnynesbur,; by Capt..I. M. Ki;sr, Wilson's
1 mill li ii l"-.
N E V7
PHOTOGRAPH
C3- SL Zj 3
-TX-
V A YNESIj U HO, PENN'A.
Has lilted up a new and splendid Photograph
Callcry In tlio third story of
' ALLISON'S lllTILDINt;, '
Where ho is prepared to cxecuto
I'llOTOGKAPJIS.
AIIiHOTYPES,
,MALEIAN0TY1'KS.
CAKTKS I)E VISITE,
And all other kinds and sizes of pictures. In a
Lstyle eipial to tlio best artists. Especial alleu
lion will lie given to copying plclures nnd en
I larglng them. All apilic,atlonswlll bo prompt
j ly .attended to, Their rooms are commodious
and attractive, nnd every deslrablti accommo
dation will be reui'.cred to euntomere This is
ilecmeiliy tlie Dest opportunity to secure iieeu
rate likenesses ever oll'ered to tho people ot
(ircene County. Call any timo It suits you.
Pictures taken nnvtimo in tho dav. nnd in ull
UIihIh iI' wniitlii.i. V.... , -. lue.T ,r
Nov. 1."., ISIio. If.
UYUB
tTILL continue to carry on the Marble nnd
k3 Stone cutting business at their long estab
lished stand Immediately East of thu Public
8iiiuro, Main Street, Wiiyiioslnuy.
This establishment bus been' in constant
operuliou-since ISlltl, and tho long experience
mid energy ol'lhe proprietors, linked with the
exercise of sound judgment and good taslo,
have won for them a wide spread and enviable
reputation. An extensive slock of the varioui
varieties of the best marblo kept constantly on
band. Special atlciillon paid to polishing,
dressing, carving and cngravim;.
All orders promptly tilled.
December '.'.'t. ism.'.
GROCERIES!
Let All Persons
COMH TO WAYNESIJU1W .
TO GrOt
CHEAP CROCERIZG
OF-
I'OTTEBIEL & TAYI.OSt.
Pronrletorsol' Ihn splendid Grocery Store, foi
inerly owned hy Joseph Venter.' 'Mr. Taylor
inerly owneu ny.iosepu l outer, jur. Taylor
keep's on hand a good supply of tho very best
suuah. ii'.rtn, iiit'f;, mot. as
hes. HI'Rd'X CARBON OH,. LAMPS,
IjV.MI' l li I. tiling, ninir, r i ; 1 1 clUS, iV(
Ac, and, In fact, F.VERY T1HNU us
usually
kept hi a hrsj class Orouury Btoro
Two doors EAst of Wilsons Now Building
Oct. II, '05-tf
I I IT.
UECONSTIIUCTION
NOT OF
THE tTNION
HUT OF
Isaac Mooter's
G 1 iOCEIt Y & CONTEUTIOX EllY !
MR. HOOIT.R would still have his ricmls
nnd pntrons bear n mind, that lie con
tinues in the (Irocery and Coufectii nery trade
at his usual place ot doing business, and that
ho has just received
A. Fresh. Supply
of the best quality of all ait'clcs In his lino.
TOYS NOTIONS and a great variety of
usclul articles always on hand.
T EFBESHMEIJTS,
In connection with the nbnve, Mr. Hooper
keeps a Restaurant, where ICE CREAM, ber
ries and all the luxuries of (lie season can bo
obtained. i
The mot, attractive and mo.it popular resort
in town. .lime 1 1. 'iir.-Iv
E R Pendleton;
SI;j3Lt!f,u (ui'iio Jewt'Et't,
Xo. 20 Filth Sired, Third FUr,
lTlTSHUUGII, J A.
Jewelry made to order,
Murks, Radges, iVc. ;
and made to look
Hair Worlc, Corps
Jewelry repaired
L'ipiiil to new,
W'jlieat Cash Vrke. IVtd or 0!,i Guhl SUnr.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
July !, "(J."".-! v
dr. vf. li. "wmioua
HAS been in successful practice for a num
ber of years, with the experience of the
dillercnt hospitals in Europe, also a member
(if tho Analytical Medical Institute of New
York, coiitin'ics to allcnd to all professional
eases at I is ollice , No. PL'S Filbert Street,
Phili.
No patent Medicines are incil or recom
mended : the remedies administered are liioso
which will not brake down the constitution.
Mint renovate the system from all injuries it has
sustained trom mineral meilieincj, and leave
Ihesysic.i iua healthy and perfectly cured
condition.
DYSPKI'SI , that distressing disease and
fell destroyer of health and happiness, tinder
niining Ihe conslitution and yeaily can' big
lliniisamis io untimely graves, can most em
phaliclly be cured.
Melancholy, AbbeiTiilion, that shite of Alio
nati:.n and wi akness of mind which renders
persons incapable of enjoying the plcaMuvsor
perliirnilug the duties oi'lil'e.
RllKl'.MATIS.M, in any furtn or condition,
chronic or ttecule, warranted curable. Epi
lepsv, or falling sickni ss, all chronic or .vtub
bo:'u cases of
' : .1 A L K J) 1 S ' A s s
radically removed ,- Salt Rlicu.n and every
desctiption of itinerations ; Piles and scrnlul
ous diseases which have ballled all previous
medical skill,cau be cured by my irenlineiil;
and I do say.al! dis: aes, (ves 'misiimii!mi) can
lie cured by wearing my .Medical. lacet, which
is a protection to Ihe lungs against all changes
of weather in nil climates having Investigated
tor years Ihe cause and character of inlcimit
teul's (fever and ague) in all parts of Ihe United
States will cure permanently nil cliroi,ie or
acute cases ot Ague and nervuus diseases in a
lew davs.
CANCER CURED W1THOUTTHK KNIFE
OR DR.VW1NO OP BLOOD.
Tape Worm, that dread to tho 'Human
Family for years, can be removed with two ir
three doses of mv newly discovered remedy,
warranted In all cases. Consulla ion in tho
English ntfd (iei'man Languages free ofehai'irc.
Will make visits any distance, if desired. May
be iidilrecd by letter (coiilMcn'ia'.ly, ) niul
Medicine sent with proper directions' to any
part of the country.
OFFICE No.' PL'S Filbert Street, Phila.
innr-'l:'i(i-ly
JP 213 J. C
HAVING BEEN MADK, WE OFFER OUR';
CUSTOMERS ONE OF THE LARG
KST STOCKS OF
DRY GOODS!!
LEATHER, HOOTS & SHOES,
Hats & Caps !
a IStt.'Y, -AILc i3il SALT,
And u great variety of BONNETS nnd HATS
lor the ladies, tit the lowot prices that (ioods
litivu been sold for since tho commencement
of thu War.
PRINTS From 12 1-2 lo 25cts. per yd,
MUSLINS,... " 12 1-8 to 40 "
l''lH At Pittsburgh prices.
IRON&Nalls" Card Prices.
MALI " :t per barrel.
COTTON YARN, at reduced lutes.
Wo havo the goods In stori", nnd all we nsk
of our friends Is to call and sec for themselves
for wo aro satlslled that an examination of our
stock and low prices will roplTy them for their
trouble. 1 ii our liiends at a distance, wo ex- j
tend a cordial Invitation to call and see their.v
..i.i r..t i i. . .i i .1 ... ii 1
oni iiiciiiiH who nio anvays gum io pcu oiciu,
for we can assure them that It will repay them
for the trouble.
W. II. M'COY & VO.
' The old stand of W. II. M'COY. (Irecnsbo
ro, Greene County, Penu'ii. IMaylo.'iij-tl'l
8. R. M'Euioy.
a fit 1 no
J.is. Dickson"
J. T. Siiasb.
T R
1) E , 1 8 0 0.
DRY
G-OOIDJE3
wtiot.r.sAi.K I
11 IV VI.,
31 FIFTH STREET)
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Now olfer tl.eh'Sl'RINU GOODS atthu lowest
market price I tkiimh cash tho stock will bo
kept complete during tho season. Buyers
front eastern nnd central Ohio, Western
Pennsylvania and West Virginia, are invited
tucall and exuuilu tho assortment, MnrculO
rn"il"in n' mi iiim nm ifiiiiMi in.
7 -oO
Founded in 1840
AND
ISCOBPOBITED BY LEGISLATIVE CIIIBTER.
fll HE ONLY INSTITUTION OFTHE KIND
1 in the Union conducted by n Practical bu
siness num. Our highest Commercial Authov
Ii'kh, east and west, prnoue his systems of
Rook-keeping imedualed comprehending
evi'ry department of busimss, and yet so
skilfully condensed that the attentive student
'iiasteis.tlm whole iji six of ciyht weekn. It
eoiiKistj of
STOCK BOOKS,
closed o ice wilh n loss and twloo with a pain
exhibiting by threo dillcreiit methods the
transfer of old to new books.
PAnTaKliSIIIP I500KS,
conducted by ihrce dill'ercnt methods, ex
hibiting tho transfer of the old to new books,
with the introduclion of a new partner ; also
practically illustrating tlio
PRIVATE I.EDGKIt,
by means of which tho results of the business
are kepi out of the general books, for the llso
ot the partners only.
ixc-raw on iiusrNEss subjects.
How every one may get rich. How to get
rich by hading. The cause nt Commercial
failures. On speculations. The moral iullu
miceof integrity in youth, etc. Also lectures
upon
COMMKKCIAL LAW,
on Partnerships, Contracts, insurance Com
mon Carriers, tlio Statute of Limitations, etc.
Practical in-t'uclions in DETECTING
COUNTERFEIT HANK NOTES,
by it full set of genuine vignettes nnd coun
ters, iinda large collection of counterfeit notes.
OUIl 1 1 A I L 1 10 A I ) HOOK- K Eli PI NO,
(m influisci'ipt,) exhibits the construction and
: I'ipupment, t lie rporat'mg receipts ami expen
1 diliirey ; the hoods closed niul a dividend re
' corded. These bonks are advertised by others
but not taught elsewhere in tho ci'y,' Our
' new system of
j PltlVATIiP.ANK HOOKS,
(hi manuscript,) embraces all the best forms
in use among private bankers. Our new en
larged edition of Doll's Steamboat Book-keeping.
Our lull course of business praelie in
cludes about FIFTY BUSINESS BOOKS,
ruled to about thirty ditl'ercii' forms, r. : II
j Ledgers, 7 Day Books, A Journals, li Bill
B inks, 1 Cash Books. 4 Saics Hooks, i Invoice
Books, 1 Discount Book, I (-heck Register. I
Deposit Register, 2 Collection Registers. I
i Tiekier, 1 Hands' Register. I Freight Book, a
I Passage Books, I Fuel Book. These Books
1 practically record about six hundred business
. tr nsactioii", comprehending Dull 's original
pi., n of bu.-incss education, introduced twou
j ly-live years airo. How far ot hoi's have suc
ceeded in imitating hlm'will he best seen by
' ciimpaiinc. 1 1 1 business papets and books ot
other pupils with liioso ot the graduates of
tuts institution.
IlaiperY Enlarged Edition
OP
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'As an extensive ship iwucr, American and
Etii' ipean merchant, liiink director, etc., ho
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iMe.chant, No. k South street, N. Y.
''I gradual'. d in DulV's college in half tho
time I expected. Jlis admirable system in
cludes nothing supe'rlluou", nor leaves out
iinythliig essential. ,1. It. COMPTON,
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opinion ol i ho utility of the improved inctho.1 !
ot .ir. Dull." UL'RDON J. LEEDS,
Recording Sec. ol tho Anicr. Inati , N. Y.
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Western Virginia fair-nt Wheelimr lihto
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, OUR TERMS.
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llu.Mi- 1
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We tin reforo present tho business student
with the following
1 MPO I ITA N'lttttD VAST AG ES :
1 Wo have tho best Penman In tho west.
2 Dull'S System of BooklieenhiL'. Csmno.
tloned by tho New York Chamber of Com
merce.) taught by the author.
!1 The daily lectures of an experienced mer
chant. 4 A saving of seven or eight week's In time
of study.
fi A saving of tho same number of weeks
hoard.
(I A savins of $1 or If" in hooks and sta
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PRINCIPALS, "
foh!7'C0-iy PITTSBURGH, T.
HELMBOLDS
EXTRACT. BUCHU. ,
JIELMBOLD'S BUCHU.
IIELMBOLD'S 'BUCTIU. '
IIELMI'.OLD'S EUCI1U.
i
THE ONLY KNOWNCEEMEDY POH
DIABETES,
IRIUTATION OF THE NECK OF
THE J5LADI)EIt,. INFLAMMA
TION Ol THE KIDNEYS,
CATAUMI OF THE
IJLAODEH. STUAN
GUAIiY on
PAINFUL U11INATIN0. ' -
For thoso diseases It is truly a sovereign!
remedy, anil too much cannot bo Said In its
praise. A single dose has been known to re
lieve the most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing pnin
in the back and through the hips? A tea
spoonful a day of Huliubold's Buchu will re
lievo you.
PLEASE NOTICE.
I make no secret of ingredients. Ilehnbold's
Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubobs,
and Juniper Berries, selected wilh groat care,
prepared in ivmu and according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients are known ns tho most
valuable Diuretics nll'grded.
A DIURETIC
Is that which acts upon the kidneys.
.YTI
ACTS GENTLY, .
Is pleasant in hist n ami odor, fico'foni all
injurious propel ties, and imme diat e hi its
action. .
FOIi THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
Pee Medical Properties eont dned in Dispensa
tory of the U. S., of which the followingis a
copy :
' Brcuc. Its odor is strong, dilfusivo, anil
so riowhal aromatic, i's tasio liilterish." nnd
nnaiogoiis to that of mint. It is given ehielly
in complaints of the Uliuary Oigaas, such as
Ctitivel. Chronic Catarrh of the lit idder, Mor
bid Irritation, of tin: Bladder and Urethra,
Diseases of the prostrate, nnd Retention or
tlio Ioeonti.ieiico of Urine, from n loss ol'tono
in the parts concerned hi its evacuation. It
has also been recommended hi Dyspepsia,
Chronic Rheumatism,; Cutaneous Affections,
and Dropsy.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Seo Professor Dewecs' valuablo works on tho
practice of Physic.
Seo Remarks uiadn by tho celebrated Dr.
Physic, of Philadelphia
Seo any and all Standard Works on Medi
cine. FROM THE
I amacrpiainted wilh II. T. Ilclnibold 5 ho
occupied tlie drug store opposito my residenco
and was successl'iiUu conducting tlie bushiest
where others had not been equally so before
him, I have been favorably impressed with
his character and enterprise.
WM. WKIOIITMAN,
(Firm of Powers & Wcightman,)
Manufacturing Chemists,
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
From thu Philadelphia Evening Ihtrlin,
March loth 'Wo are gratilled to hear of the
continued success, in New York, of our
townsman, Mr 11. T. Itclmbold, Druggist.
His store, next to tlio Metropolitan Hotel, Is 28
feet front, 'J.'ill ha t ttcip, and live stories in
height. It is ceitainly a grand establishment,
anil specks favorably of H111 merit of Ills arti
cles. Ho retains hisOllice and Laboratory in
this city, which aro also model establishments
of their class.
Tlio proprietor has been Induced to make
this stat'iiicnt from tho fact that his remedios,
although advertised, are
Genuine Preparations,
And knowing that the intelligent refrain from
using any thing pertaining to Quackery, or
tho Patent Medicine order-most of which nro
prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are too
Ignorant to rend a physician's simplest pres
cription, much less competent to preparo phar
maceutical preparations.
These parties resort to various moans of ef
fecting sides, such as copying parts of adver
tisements of popular remedios, am! finishing
with certlllcales.
Tlie Science of Medicine statnds simple,
pure nnd majestic having Fact for its Basis,
Induction for its Pillar, Truth Tor its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION. Health is most
Important nnd the alllictod should not uso an
advertised medicine, or any remedy, unless
Us contents or Ingredients are known toothers.
besides thu manufacturer, or until they aro'
""iiiTn i.i niu iiuiiiiiiiaiiiouB 01 1110 nany flo
ottering. . ,
HELMBOLD'S'GENUlNE PREPARATIONS..
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID.EXTRACT SAUSA'PARILLA,.
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Established upwards of 10 years.
Prepared hy H.1T.!HEIMB0ID.
ritiNcii'AL aiEroTs
IIKLMBOLD'8 DRUG AND CI1EMI0AI
WAREAOUSE, Bllt Broadway Now York.
And IIELMROLD'8 MEDICAL DEPOSL
UH South Tenth Btreet, PhlladolphUt Pa., ,
, , nY All DRUGGISTS , ' ,
Nov. U, 180ft ly. ' .,

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