Pottsville Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advertiser in Pottsville, Pennsylvania
10 Feb 1849

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Pottsville Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 10, 1849, Pottsville, PennsylvaniaSimm a general advertiser. It it an amp run per a a a it if image of its the Quot birthday of to seventh child All the woman came Lushing in to the dear infant and to Congo atom Lato the of Sappy parents Apon the event. Oor Friend anticipated theve so a and instead of having the child it made the servant bring in a sacking pig and dress it up in straddling a clones and cowing a up its face pfc Laid it Init by place the real child be add Bavo Quot a occupied. The ladies Wero introduced Lioto the apartment and gently approached the bed the coverings were Quot to orned Down and s portion of the face of tho Little a or Tater Fly exposed. A �bie4 my. St i a cried Ono of to tidies a what a remarkable child a. A a a 80 very interesting a a Aid a 14 and so Good natured in said the third As he commenced toying with it. A a and How Yery like a a fourth remarked a How very like its father p f they were All immediately struck with the observation end exclaimed a a the very image of Hia father a ,. The Flat eted parents rushed out of the room a ooh pulsed with laughter leading the old woman <0 discover their mistake. V . trs villed to preach to a congregation six after the Sermon be wailed very patiently expecting Homo Ono of the Brethren to invite him to dinner. In this he was disappointed. One after another departed until the House was almost As empty As the minister stomach. Summoning Resolution a however he walked of to an elderly look to amp gentlemen and gravely said a a a will you go Home to dinner with Molo Day Quot brother a. A where do Yon live a about Twenty Mijes from this sir a a a of said tho Man colouring a but you must a go with me ,. A thank you i will after that time tho minister waa no More troubled about Hia Dione. E3t the Only objection we Ever heard made to a Turkey was that which was attributed to the Date judge Mathews who complained that a Turkey was a an inconvenient Why 1�?� inquired a startled devotee to that popular fowl. A a yes sir a a solemnly remarked the Learned judge a a very inconvenient it is too much for Ono Man and not enough for two senator he a who was a great gourmand hearing this remark attributed to the judge stated that a it had greatly diminished the profound respect which be Hod Long entertained for that eminent Jurist As he had never yet found a Good sized Turkey too much for a Man of a properly regulated to amp two dutchmen living opposite each other who had for Many years been in the habit of smoking by their door Side in silence at length broke Forth in the following dialogue what sort of Wedder you tick it will both a Day neighbor a. The other after two or Turco Hasty puff replied a a Well f done to know what sort of welder you tink it will , t to fir to. Somewhat nettled said�?�?~1 link it will be Wedder As you tink it will the other , i link so tit Julia my dear a said old professor Hibe other Day to Bis Young and pretty wife a a when i die you will be Rich but if you Ever so forget me As to marry again i will come from the grave to your bridal Couch and Lay my cold hands upon you.�?�. A nah do not fear my dear husband a replied she playfully a you will never live Fosee that a a i am delighted to hear say so my love Quot a Aid the old Man Abstractedly. The youth s Friend an the teacher s Comfort. Colu3tbia3t series of on country our men currency end our men books Tuo attention of vouchers school directors parents merchant nod the Public generally 1� called to a series of arithmetic prepared with great care by Ticino a Tench or of upwards oftwenty5ve years us Rance. They Ere called. The columbian calculator. The youth s columbian calculator. A Complete ref to the above works to be Nad separate or together. Ticknor a arithmetic tables. The books Are thoroughly ame Teao in Ihler character a based on our system of currency and tired the approval of upwards of fire Hundred professors and teat cars indifferent sections of the a tales we glean a few from the list and list below see pamphlet for the balance the following recommendation 1� from Thomas ii. Duro was Esq the late Able Ami tainted superintendent of the common seb ools of the Tate and who May very properly be Termel the a father of our common school system. A i feel pleasure in expressing the opinion that the columbian calculator by or. Almon to Kaftor u a most valuable school Book the adherence to on own and simple Decimal system of Money and the exclusion of the British . Shillings and Peneca which forms one of its chief differences from other arithmetic i consider a decided and valuable it always appeared to his Cletess if not worse to a sizzle the beginner in arithmetic with questions Tiff any other our own it a time too when the unavoidable intricacies of the science Are sufficiently numerous arid difficult to task All Bis patience and when the Tea Eberia chief object should be to excite and sustain Bis intermit in the study. After be has become Well versed in the principles of arithmetic and Complete master of All calculation in our own Coin it is not Only proper Togo Rehima knowledge of those of other lands but it will be found practicable to do Solo one tenth of the time requisite for that Parps seat an earlier period. In Many other respects Aiso. The columbian calculator is a Superior work and i therefore cordially recommend it. A Thomas ii. Lancaster nor. 20, 1817. Litiza sept. 30th. 1848 or. Bannano dear Siri Bare received from Yon with Macli pleasure copy of the a columbian calculator a a treatise on elementary arithmetic by Almon Ticknor. After a careful examination of the work 1 have come to the conclusion that it is Well calculated to impart a full and dear understanding of figures a applicable to transactions of the country and exactly Sura a work As should be introduced into Hie schools throughout the slate of Pennsylvania. The work is full and comprehensive and treats of several subjects which arc often omitted in elementary works among which i was particularly pleased to that of a practical a familiar acquaintance with the principles therein developed would form an excellent basis for an Ordinary mathematical education. Yours respectfully. Johst Beck principal of the Litiza Academy i by it was amusing As we were walking Home with a Friend on a recent Moon lit evening to see him step and address a group of pigs. ,.Ray Young Friend go Home go Home its too late for be to yell take they listened with raised noses for a it moment gave a unanimous Grunt of Coqui Vicenco in his advice and then marched off with a Short squeak and in almost military at. York Knick a or. Sprigs. Will you be helped to a Small piece of the Turkey a. A yes.Ray dear or. Wilkins i will a what part would you prefer my dear mrs. A sprigs a will have a Chaple of wings a couple of the Leger some of the breast the Side Bones some filling and a few dumplings As i feel very unwell Wilkins fainted what or. Speaker what a Hall to my constituents a exclaimed a wrathful member of the Congress on the passage of a Bill to which toe was utterly opposed a what shall i say 1�?� he repeated hut found it impossible to get beyond the interrogatory. A Tell them a Repine a the waggish speaker a that you tried to make a speech and a of Economy Man who had purchased a pair of shoes finding tho Road to to rather a rough one concluded to put the shoes under his Ond walk Home barefooted. After a while to a a stubbed hit great toe taking the Nail off As a Clear As a a How Lucky a he exclaimed a what a tremendous a cd that would have been for the shoes a a country Clergyman was boasting of having been educated at two you Nind me said an aged divine a of an instance f knew of a calf sue King two what waa the consequence a said a third person. Why sir replied tho old gentleman very gravely a will the consequence was that he was a very great a mfr a a malady was overheard in Earnest discussion with a gentleman noted for tenacity in Bis own opinion. Waxing warm the Grilc Antn observed a mrs. C., fact Are stubborn and the Ledy rejoined a then or. M., what a great fact you must be a a Good Lucy Cowper was once examined in a court of Justice Ono of the counsellors asked her if she came there in the character of a modest woman. A no air a replied she a that which has been the ruin of me has been the making of you i mean impudence �?T1 to a a student of Yale being confined to his room by Etc incs was called upon by a Friend. A what John a said the visitor a you Are sick he a year a mattered John usic sum Quot a 1 Yew a Emporium for the Coal Region to Centre Street three door Abare Market . Inn up Stead of intelligence and tub consequent increased demand for newspapers throughout the coat Region have induced the a no Scriber to establish a permanent Agency for Alt the popular journals and periodicals printed in the country which he will furnish a a at the publishers prices. Persons at a distance by remitting is the Price of the paper will receive regularly Anuff the following he the Day of publication and delivered in town to subscribers when required. A list of newspapers and periodicals at. The news Emporium. The mints journal s3 , 3 00 n. Y. Weekly Herald 3 00j police Gazette a 00 Horne journal 2 00 Uncle Sam a 00 n. Y. Spirit of the Ned Bun lines own 2 00 times 5 oojxnah�?Taftundaytime.2 00 weekly s. American 2 00 Dollar weekly i 00 Ltd pants Quaker City i 00menu�?T� weekly 1 00 Flag of nor Union 2 Oil Dollar newspaper 100 a a a a Btl Yankee Union Mango else 1 National Magazine Flag of the free 2 00 . J 00 can Ham a Magazine. 3 00 nodes u0�?zk, 3 0o Knickerbocker 5 00 a erect Lac Magazine 0 no Little s living Arp. 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Healing Wax. Pencil Razz nral Zur strop Brushe. Hoaps so. Plain and engraved visiting card. Wafer Job bar envelopes Viojan strings backgammon Hoard Dice a laying card pen , a Black Bloe and Ira Ink Sand ac., Wall and screen paper by the piece or had Javenal became tor Book and prune. Perfumery. Soap flair a no by a Combs a. Of pedlar and other supplied wet Moeka Tiow rate. Order toe any of the above i none Yuan . Pimp ii a tended w. H. Bann an Jas or Invar Hoo Tallei ood period real age to. From Vav. Mccartney Esq., professor of Mai beat is Jitt Ayite College or. Tie nor a dear Siri have looked Over Home of the proof Sheet of your treatise on arithmetic and am pleased to observe that Ycu have introduced Many practical examples in illustration of the Rule. Your Book is Well a adapted to those who desire a practical work . And is uhf in detail and illustrations for the amp a who Are commencing the study of this science. I practical books Are the kind adapted to the business transactions of the age. Vert truly yours ac., a. My Catsey. From a a Public school in Easton. A i or. sir from a pretty thorough examination of your system of arithmetic. I can say without hesitation that in Tny opinion it 1 decidedly Superior for the use of common school Tony ii Owin use. of Nur country in Ever system of arithmetic rho tim be Nipa Rambaut importance and in this respect i think your system May Challenge Competition. I yours ac., Nicholas Olmstead. At a Merit Long of the teachers of the City of Reading held All the mansion House. March Isih 1s49, the following nem Lution was Unni Monty adopted. Resolved that in our opinion it a the Best system a in use and should in speedily introduced into All the schools both Public and select As the general text Book on arithmetic a. On this recommendation the books were introduced into All the schools in that City. , , 211, Isis. Dear sir Laving examined your arithmetic the columbian i hesitate not in saying that i Felt it to in my duty to urge its general adoption in my school. The profit senses of the examples adapted to the wants of the learner Isa very important rec commendation to those who Are employed in the instruction of youth. A Sohit Taylor or. Alvon Etc Kos Tea err of District school. A York. September 19th. 1849. A. Tirko or dear have examined the columbian calculator nod find in its arrangement a work Well calculated to facilitate the Progress of scholars in arithmetic and would therefore recommend its adoption in the schools in general. Your respectfully Saml. Leit sad teacher of District school. I it i sept. 18,18-19. I have partially examined the third edition of the a a i Dambian i calculator a by a. Ticknor and feel no hesitancy in recommending it a the Best practical arithmetic with which i am acquainted. I . A. Good a.m., principal of Institute for boys York a. I York september 2l�t, i$9. Or Ticknor sir �?1 have examined whip considerable car and attention your treatise on arithmetic styled the columbian calculator it. It is. In my opinion a very valuable work for schools not Only on account of the system and practice which it embodies but for its adaptation to the Corr cry of this country. Explanations through bout the whole work Are Plain and satisfactory and the Brief system of mensuration which a appended embraces any things useful both to the business Man and the student. Respectfully you sat renew , i principal of York county Academy. A in Ricott Lipoff May a Fth 1849. Or. Ticknor dear sir a i have been Hiety gratified by the examination of your arithmetic entitled be a columbian unfolded and its practical uses explained with great Perspicuity and simplicity. I think Yoio a reasoning and illustration Are peculiarly Happy and original. Thl together with your a introductory course on arithmetic a form the most Lucid and intelligible a Well As the most scientific system of arithmetic 1 have seen for some time its own merits it beyond the need of commendation. With much esteem to to your obedient Ross. Lebanon june oth 1848. Or. A. Ticknor sit having had in i tic a for Home time your system of arithmetic enlist. J the a columbian calculator a a i do not hesitate to pronounce it a work Well adapted fur the use of school and also Well calculated to facilitate the instruction of youth in the science of computation for any business. Yours truly James Roseb. A a Sanen june Fly 1618. Dear bar to examination of the a a youth columbian calculator has gone i Aoi Well pleased with tho Book. I think your View regarding the most efficient Mode of teaching arithmetic altogether Correct and its introduction into our schools would be a great and Public Benefit. Corban Mai teacher of the Junior department Lebanon Academy $ a Lebanon.1848. Sir a i have examined sir. Ticknor a columbian calculator and have been much pleased with its Cne Larran gemini anti simplicity of its rules and can say that i think it a work Well adapted for our District school and academies. 1 Hope to see the labors of the author repaid by its general introduction into All our schools. I will introduce it into Tny school As soon is convenient. Your jobs ii. Ell Oddiex. .yorthumberland.mry, 1848. From a cursory examination of the columbian calculator i feel favourably impressed Jtb the character of the work and would so name .Ray have influence cordially recommend it a Welt adapted to impart a Correct and practical knowledge of this very important Branch . Bali to Ticu Oreb teacher of the select school Northumberland. At a meeting of the Board of school director for Northumberland District held May 30th, 1849, it was agreed by a Resolution of the Board to introduce the a Columbina calculator a into the Schoofs a Onn a possible. W. S. Bright president. Sir1 have partially examined the a a columbian calculator. And have no hesitancy in pronouncing it h Good in the hand of competent teachers Well calculated to give the Young scholar thorough knowledge of the science of arithmetic and to prove my Ooin ion 1 shall introduce it a soon is it is practicable into my school. Jos g. Rath kill teacher of Public school Wiliiam spun a. Or Ticknor arithmetic being Clear and concise in Liliu Tratia. Full and practical in examples so Brief that Itean easily be Learned yet so comprehensive As to meet the exigencies of Ordinary Humines and conform ing As they do 10 the Decimal currency of our omitry. Are. As 1 believe Well worthy the Patto Nige of teachers and pupils in common school. A. E. Fit Laird town supt. Common school Iran ii july 15th, sl9. june 9th, 181?. Or. X. Ticknor dear sir a i have examined the youth and columbian calculators Ond from a thro conviction of their ability have introduced them into my school. It i unnecessary for me to Haiti Eularine the Merit of the a works. Several eminent teacher have already Ina Brief yet comprehensive Mannerns Titi ated much of what i would say and they Are before the Public. To Call it the Best system of a arithmetic a would be merely repeating what a been said of almost every publication. A who give it a fair unprejudiced examination most unite with me in calling 11 the bests Steof arithmetic n a a before the Public. It enables the Pupil to acquire with comparatively Little exertion a corred know Tudge of arithmetic. Dahl. S. Sacii Ailias. Jew Hantsport pa., May 21,1549. I have examined with some care the a a youth columbian calculator a and the a columbian calculator a by or. Almon Ticknor. And am Aati rhed that their excellence As Well in Quality Sarran rement Wilt facilitate the acquisition Ofa knowledge of the Pupil and Render comparatively Light t lie labor of the instructor. I shall embrace at dirty Opportunity to introduce the work into the Seminary under Tny charge. We a. Clark Christ Church female Institute. 1 Trillia Sporl Hoy 20.18-19. I have examined the columbian calculator by Ticknor. I am Well pleased with the judgment displayed in fits method and Perspicuity of i explanations Ard thinking it much More easy and comprehensive a system Titan any with which i am acquainted would with1 out tier heart hesitation recommend it to the patronage of teachers and the Public . Abrams teacher of the Williamsport select school. Some time Elonce the a columbian calculator a left with me for examination by a Friend of the author and having carefully examined it i do not hesitate to record Tny approbation of the a a calculator in respect to it matter of id also its form. Under the instruction of careful and qualified teacher to is no doubt but pupils Wilt become not on , Beamer Vicau sense of the word Ateon Tanu. M Corob w. Mail Vaiscy. A yes Philadelphia Ohio april 1848. From the examination which i have been Able to give to the columbian calculator i make tin hesitation in recording my approval of it merits especially its arrangement and Peculiar adaptation to the currency of our country. In my Humble opinion it i worthy the patronage of those wlm1 fret Inie Reaid in the Prosperity of the pubic. Mast a a Jelu ave Philadelphia Ohio april 2uth, 1818. I have examined the Chi by an calculator by or. Almon Ecknor and am confidant that it la equal of not Superior to soy books fihe kind that i Zavac Verper or rim a Wimis 111 Quot the undersigned having carefully examined the a a tooth colombian calculator a by Almon Ticknor Esq believe it to be an excellent introduction to the study of Arlt Metie and Superior to any other work of the Klod they have examined. They intend to introduce it into their respective scuba Ola at soon As practicable. A. A. Fishes a x j. Horr a. In area Brao Caseh is. Selta s grute.pa., june 2d, 1818. Teachers. A Selins Ltd or. June 2d, 1848. Having examined the columbian calculator by or it Almon Ticknor i believe it a a work to give the Young scholar a proper idea of the a Lehte of arithmetic. The rules Are comprehensive and the examples being arranged in a natural and progressive order by Legathe work within the comprehension of pupils and is Wall calculated to facilitate Ihler advancement in this important Branch of education. Tho work in my opinion is Well calculated for common schools and academies t vat into duct u into my school As soon As possible. Thomas Lloyd. T teacher of select school. A Siarris Lorg april 6� 1818. To the Hon. Board of the s. Ward gentlemen a we the undersigned teachers of the South examined the youths columbian calculator and the columbian calculator by a. Ticknor and believe them to be the Best systems extant. We would therefore recommend their adoption. We believe that in the first named work or. Ticknor has accomplished much to facilitate the Progress of children in becoming acquainted with the elementary Jimart of Arit Menki while in the latter the Solen Ejof arithmetic u explained and developed so As to suit the More advanced scholar we would rest inst that your honorable body would take into consideration the Superior merits of the above named works and cause their adoption in the Public schools in the Booth Ward. Cables w. San Teihei Lewis ii. Gacse j. K. Mckee even. Harrisburg june 5,1849. Extract of Tbs minutes of the South Ward school District resolved that the tes Cheis of the respective schools in said Ward be requested to introduce into the school under their charge the a a columbian calculator and the youths columbian calculator by a Moo Ticknor. So ilex Secretary a a Secretary a office. School department , 1848. J to All whom it May concern1 a i have Given the a columbian calculate a. Ticknor a cursory examination and entertain the opinion that it a admirably adopted to the use of our common school. A. Mlle of May 30lh, 1849. So a i have had an Opportunity of examining or. Ticknor a system of arithmetic i am High a pleased with the Modo of it execution and should be much pleased to have it generally introduced into the common schools of this place. Ii. H. Blais teacher. ,. Bloomsburg May 15, 1848. Or. Ticknor a i have examined the series of treatises on arithmetic of which you Are the author and am much pleased with them and shall introduce them into the school under my charge immediately. A. Fob Steb. Entitled the columbian calculator and consider it to be a work worthy of being introduced into All the Ufa. Tact schools and academies throughout the United Sites. Believing i Tobea work of practical Utility and indescribable Merit on account of its beautify al arrangement and its excellent system of gradation frown one step to another up the rugged and difficult Hill of mathematical science i would Hail with inexpressible Delight that hour when aft the citizens of this great justic May be enjoying the Union of currency and other benefits which on extensive circulation of this work is destined to produce wherever it is introduced. A a 6. , having examined the system of arithmetic by a. Ticknor i cannot but express a decided opinion m its favor particularly a relieving the pupils under the present systems or a considerable unnecessary Barden As Well a presenting the science in a Plain and concise View. Of these accounts it cannot but recommend itself to the attention of every teacher of youth and it will be introduced into our institution at least As soon As practicable. A 1 k. A Yeomas. A principal of Danville Academy to. It Dan Oilie May �848. A a jlfihsifvjons2,.649. Or. Ticknor dear sir work entitled the a columbian calculator i deem it Doe to the author to a it is the Best work upon arithmetic that i have examined therefore 1 won id recommend it to the Public schools in on District. Yours respectfully j. Hurr teacher. The a columbian calculator by or. Albion tick nor i Hare examined and must say that i am very much pleased with Ita arrangement and 1 think its introduction into our schools would be a great and Public be Felt. A Geo. Hill principal Futie school Berlin Union co a. From the Easton . Or. Editor a the grand object in urae of elementary education should Ever be the securing a sure and permanent foundation. It is self evident that if this Solm foundation be Sot secured the future Labouf of the teacher will become comparatively valueless an the a Tae Dard of the pupils attainments Necez drily superficial. The Well educated teacher will claim Little sympathy with Whoso of his profession who in order to secure an evanescent Fame for his school will hastily rear a so per Structure thai has but Sand for its foundation. It is eminent la due the Young scholars and due the to sadder himself that he should Advance them by a Grad process of instructions. He Willen Momenee with the primary elements in the various department of useful study and a Root Inland grounding them Well in those elements he will proceed gradually laying broader and deeper the foundation of their education i. The 3.01 f d Lanaih i Coli my cat Trissa May 15,1948. The examination which i have been Able to give or Ticknor so series of iii hmm tic a the columbian Cal tho curator. Youths columbian calculator with keys and arithmetical tables has sat fied me of its great superiority to other systems. It is an on Einal work original in its plan arrangement and question and that the advantages result tvs from in general introduction would much More than compensate for the temporary of making the Exchange. The system in my opinion should be introduced Injo empty school. A Bowel. We have examined the co Lamkiin calculator of Decimal arithmetic by Almon Ticknor believing it to be judicious in arrangement meeting the want of the scholar and adapted to the currency ofor country a we have introduced it into theremin amp Rie respectively under our a Are. A s. Ii. Tom pox Union Academy. 3. And Hows Fertile Seminary. Or. B. Bahhag. Quot. I Doyle Totea july 20, 1848. A 1 a Bath. Pa., March 18th, 1918. Respected Sira after several years practice in teaching both in the state of n. J., and in this state i am convinced that among All the arithmetic by different authors with which i have become acquainted there Are none equal to your columbian calculator. I have Hotd your calculator in my school for Mure than a year and am confident i have scholars farther advanced than they could have Becu with the use of any other arithmetic that 1 Hart Sten. From a cursory View of your youth a calculator i am so Well satisfied that i intend to introduce it into my school a soon a Opportunity May present. Yours respectfully n. Max Ley teacher of the Public school Bath. Bethlehem sept. 4, 1849. Almon Ticknor examination of your columbian calculator both the smaller and larger work As i Hava been Able to give it i have no hesitancy in according with the Evn Cral Hab recommendations it has received from other quarters. It is Clear will digested suited to this country and sufficiently comprehensive for at practical purposes. Yon have my Best a Fortunat run of the work a a a deserves it. Truly yours tc., e. O. Ulcer principal a Bethlehem Institute for Young gentlemen. From a arithmetical series by Almon Ticknor. I urn favourably impressed with their practical adaptation and genuine . Being gradually inductive and progressive in their character they Are finely adapted for the learner and Luu advanced scholar. Or. Ticknor a plan of Tearh Tanir the tables m concert merits my most cordial approbation As from several years practice of it i am full convinced of a great superiority to the Ordinary Mode of could this plan be both in our primary and higher schools i doubt nol but Ibe interests of education would be get atly enhanced. A a c. D. Venoil principal of Tati Shannock select school. Melissa a. March teacher Young ladies. School. I have examined or. Tickne work on arithmetic entitled the columbian calculator and Rons Hlor it admirably calculated for common school instruction. As soon As practicable 1 will introduce it into my school. E. D. Stiles classical school Hamburg Indiana Toni err i in Bloomin ton nov.23lh. �?T48. Or b. Hannan sir having examined with some care the columbian calculator Ami the columbian youths calculator they App card me tube belter to the purpose of school Hoock on the subject of which they treat than any other with which i am acquainted. Very respectfully Vours. Amp a. Anbrew Wylie. Or. Ticknor dear sir �?1 have examined Yoti Rook entitled the a columbian calculator a and can say i am much pleased with its contents. Item Bine great Perspicuity of arrangement with originality and excellence of matter. Long theoretical explanation useless to Young students and All else not highly practical and useful is wisely excluded from its Page. I think it Well calculated for All primary schools. The work itself bears evidence of the ability and experience of its author and to those who May have occasion to use or examine it it will be its own Best recommendation. Geo. W. F. Pm Ebson professor of mathematical and military sciences. N a a calculator is adopted As a text Book in the Reading collegiate Institute. G. A. F. E. Reading i�?Ta., june 1819. The following communications were written by two of the Best arithmetic ans in the country s _ from the eat Toni Sentinel a or. Editor a the acquisition of Hie science of numbers As arithmetic is called i one of much importance and occupies the a going to school a time of our juvenile existence. In acquiring this knowledge books arc necessary although in teaching a teacher should not confine himself entirely to them but Oral instruction should by resorted to. We have a great variety Oksys tems of arithmetic in use but for the most part they Are not exactly what i think an arithmetic should be a As Niad in its juvenile stale has to grapple with this science it should be made As inner Stingas possible. It should be devoid Cfall extraneous or irrelevant matter a simplicity should be the principal feature Liy simplicity Ido not intend mental calculations figure of hire do Apple marbles ac., Little arithmetical knowledge can be gained hut by the use of the slate. The different rules should be stated As briefly As possible and in language that the scholar with a Little help from the teacher can easily comprehend. The examples under Eacle Rule should be As varied and As practical As possible and the Decimal cub Buncy of Nur country so an the practical is prevail to he exclusion of All others. I am prompted to the a remarks by a he appearance of a . Work no arithmetic called the a columbian calculator Why a. Ticknor Oft i place. This Book meets my views of what an arithmetic should be better than any have Ever seen. Indeed i do not see much room or improvement. Or. Ticknor has also lately published a Small Book or arithmetic for begin Cre which in my opinion is admirably adapted As an initiation to this study and will be the mo3tpopular work of the kind Ever published. The two together forming a Complete system and better adapted to the use of american citizen than anything else. Are any proof of Superior Merit then surely Quot or. Ticknor a work stands unrivalled for no work of the kind can compare with it in this respect either for numbers or weight. Tho author has Laboured hard and Long in effecting i object and deserves Well of the commit nil a and Trust he will realize in the Sale of hts pecuniary compensation which he certainly Merit. A a no of. Front tho West Chester Rogi a the columbian series of arithmetic. Or. Editor having Heen for several years engaged As a teacher nne a being persuaded that a tip a duty incumbent upon those who a occupation it is to impart instruction to youth to examine recommend and encourage tho Rale of such books of arc Best to promote the object for which they Lnla or and seeing a notice in the /fow.vflyrccommcmuni? a. so a youth columbian Calcat St a a and Huo his a a Ytom of Decimal i waa kudu cd to examine them in order to a5ccrtaio whether or not they possessed advantages Superior to those work on tho subject already in use. _ the a youth s calculator a is in my opinion a Hook of intrinsic Meril Aud decidedly preferable to any other that Baa met the Public Eye it contains a greater number of useful practical examples for so Tutich All adapted to the capacities youth than tiny other Book on the subject that it Ives eco. It avoids both extremes. Theette scions arc neither too puerile nor too a .Ray a. This Hook is intended for youth not for infant. It leads the Young Tyro on step by Stop inspiring him with Confidence m to advances and Lay a foundation of which he May erect the most Gigantic Structure. It needs but to to carefully examined by the intelligent inc her to be appreciated Occum minded and adopted the a a Decimal arithmetic a a too pos Cesse Many Adran to Goa Over its predecessor. Tho questions of which there Are a great variety Are a strictly of a practical business character and such a most frequently occur in the Ordinary British currency of pounds shilling and Pence i fing excluded the tedious and Unin it Tractive repetition of reducing a anhinga to pounds and pounds to Farthings is not to be formed. The Crecy economizing much of the pupils Orne without sacrificing any beneficial result. If after the student has acquired a thorough practical knowledge of foe cadence in the Beautiful Decimal system of our own Money it Bacn tar necessary for him to acquire a knowledge also of foe currency of other countries and tho manner of changing it from one currency to another last knowledge can to acquired in a few hours when Many months arc requisite for it acquisition in boy. Hood. Pupil take hut Little interest in studying the cur run Lyof other countries until this a in Var become familiar with Kocir own. There i also system of mensuration attn bed to this work Ami u admirably calculated to Aid the dinner and Mechanic in his calculation especially those who .Ray not have the Leisure Means or of pursuing foe study of tho mathematics in Moore extended treatise much More might to said in favor of the a books by Linbi Juanece try a tho faithful exemplary Tescier will aval himself of As Opportunity to a examine for himself. A yours truly. Z. , Yeit Chester nov. 1849. Tang str fa., May Liefl or the Ficsor a work unto he has prepared the Way tor the up rear Ogof an ears font efficient and permanent Tese remarks premised it affords the writer no Ordinary pleasure to recommend to our seminaries and District fee Hoole a work lately published entitled a the youths columbian by Almon Ticknor no of the a columbian calculator and a which was prepared for the press for the specific object of making its Rve As an introduction to the latter work and tho want of which was Felt by study of arithmetic. We Are confident that the teacher who will examine the a a youth a columbian calculator a trill be rewarded tor his pain by finding at last a work precisely adapted to the Ordinary capacities of juvenile minds and which admirably prepares the Way for la al Nysti the larger and equally excellent work of the a ame celebrated author the writer of this article is making use of this a introductory course in Arith Metko in school and finds it exactly adapted to accomplish object intended by its publication. We heartily recommend therefore the a a youth Chian calculator As a tnb3t excellent introductory step to the larger a the a columbian the Book concludes with the Rale of Therdo and from the commencement to the end. Unfolds in thy most simple pleasing and masterly manner the ground work or constituent primary principles of Arith Metivi science. It is just the work needed by our Schnol. The examples arc original Ami practical while the clearness and Brevity fits elucidation Render it fascinating to the juvenile mind. May it receive that a Irel Enma into All our school which its ments demand. We feel assured from the character of the work itself whose chief Beauty i its simplicity that it will henceforward constitute the Standard introductory Bookin arithmetic in our schools throughout the lamp. A a a a a o. Astrology. Tite subscriber having ans arrived from Sweden offers Bis services to the citizens of Philadelphia and its Vicinity. That there Are More hings Between Beaven and Earth than Ever was dreamed of la daily made Manifest by the astrologer c. W. 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No known those preservative and beautifying properties so desirable in a paint to an equal extent with unadulterated while Lead t hence any admixture of other materials Only Mars its value. It Flash the steady of the manufacturers Romany years to Supply to the Public a perfectly pure White Lead and the unceasing demand for the article i prof that it has met with favor. It is invariably Brand de on one hit w�other1ll amp brother in full and a nth Tuer warranted pure All in red letters. a office department of Colimon school. 1 no a a no Harrisburg Jan. Ii 1840. >.,tit All whom it May concern a have examined with considerable i Lerest a stick nor a columbian and am pleased to find Liat it treat of those portions of arithmetical science which tre designed More particularly for the Ordinary occupations of her with n clearness and Brevity Well adapted to the want of our common school in this department of knowledge. The a youths columbian calculator a a Leto been placed in Tny hand for examination. I Thirkil wed calculated to facilitate the Progress of Chi Rij in in the acquisition of a practical knowledge of the fundamental principles upon which the science of arithmetic i founded la of opinion that their in production into our schools would add much to their Prno a it Rity and afford valuable Aid in pursuing the branches of Mudy of which they respectively treat i very respectfully yours a. A Ned. Fen school clerk. A tile youths columbian calculator.1 Lifs work contain 9ft pages with about 900 example for solution it the share it embraces the fun Ilan Tantal Rutes. Compound rules simple and compound reduction and single Rulof three or proportion j teacher who have examined this work Aranof opinion that it is tut what very much wanted this time a our District schools As a primary arithmetic for those cont fencing Hie study of numbers for the reason that those primary books in use Are either in Advance of the Pupil in fact that thiere a no suitable primary treatise on arithmetic % fore the Public. It is also believed that this vol. Atm will contain a sufficient amount of proc Iris Aring Meti Eian will commonly occur in the transaction of or it my itus Inesa More particularly in the female lie Paris Tintoi our District schools Many of whom Seldom learn that use it it of numbers a Faras reduction or proportion. And As this work is intended in Pari for this class of put iils Grent car and labor stare been he sinned with a i Emir to Render every part perfectly Plain and easy o. Rompf Hension by the Pupil. The calculations Are in. A a with the be of a few fun Chinn Suffi sent a a it a As a knowledge of fractions can be acquired from foe larger Rol me. Both works have full and Complete keys Chi racing be Perdl Hundred examples in arithmetic and mensuration and other valuable matter for the use of the teacher. T the examples am Given in full with note explanations illustrations demonstrations ac., a. Thy three volumes contain no it out 3500 on Gunal ones Tuia for solutions a greater amount of arithmetical science than has Ever Botn puh i hed in the same space in Litis or any other country work. That Are Destine i to become the Standard textbooks of the Union a these books have Only been issued hut a few months and they have already been introduced into foe night Public schools of the City of York in the Chip of Reading Lancaster. Wilmington a also Harrisburg York Chain Kersburg Lebanon. Ac., a. For Sale wholesale and retail by . Posts Vilie and by booksellers in the u. 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To these is added a Large amount of information with regard to the most approved modes of , and extending business the Means of insuring Success in commercial undertakings the relative advantages of Cash and credit dentine the Power and influence of the newspaper press. Systematic advertising rules for Burin a men. Ac., a. The by i inns Many a almanac is compressed within ii Mihle column Page off Nebot and fair Type Tinq pm containing More matter than an or Dinnery j2mo volume of300 pages. It will he supplied to the Trade at 07 per Hundred or 0<v5per thousand it male copies. J2j cent. Terms Cash on delivery. Orders Are respectfully solicited by Quot a. B. Palmer general newspaper Agency nov4-45-2tn of Lune buildings n. Y. Table of contents. The Tariff. 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A ptlret8 stationary wholesale and retail St City books rebound at Short Wootke. Alki Osof school books a Eulls very Low a k5casb or Good paid for sacs. 1 a i. January fid Fresn imported g been and Black teas from a c. Jenkins amp co., ? Tea dealers s. To. Corner of Chesnut and Theel Ftp Tretts a nil Ladelthia. of our partners having Learned the Tea a business of the chinese themselves during a residence of seven year among them the pubic May therefore expect of us the full Benefit of the knowledge and experience thus acquired. J to our Bufi iric teas particularly we wish to Call it ten Tinna po95i. A Inz a degree of strength and Richness of flavor Seldom equalled. Ethic for teas Are universally used by the chinese who consider the Green fit Oty for foreigners. Our physicians also recommend the Black As making a More healthful beverage than the Green. Each Tackage i so secured is to retain the Virtner of the Tea for a Long time in any ii male. And contains a weight of Tea. Independent of the Metal and paper a Tab which if is enveloped. 1j. Jenkins a co the above warrant tra. Put up in a a and la. So magus. Jus receive Dami will be Enn a Andriy kept for ale by tho subscriber. Whitfield nnv37 47 it -140 Patent metallic Hopes for the use of mines railways ac., fur Lale or imported to or Jer by the subscriber. Xuy Ese ropes Are almost exclusively used in the collieries and on the railway in great Britan and a found to be greatly Superior to Hempen onry As regard safety durability an Economy. The Patent wire rope have proved to be still to yet Rte a service in the same situation where the Hempen ones previously used of double the Siz e and weight would Wear out in nine or ten months. They have been used for almost every purpose to which Hempen rope Ond chains have been applied. Mine railways heavy cranes stand inc rigging window Cord lightning Hal Yaril Tiller rope Ait. They Are made either of Iron or Copper wire and encases of much exposure to Damp cd of galvanized wire. Testimonials from the most eminent engineers in England can he shown is to their efficiency and and additional information required respecting the different description and application will lie Given by Alfred f Kemp,75 Broad St., York. Sole agent in the United state. A �3 i a a s a a j a a s s s 2 a a a. In a a a a Ai ? 1 it 3 2 n 5 j. To r., a a. I c1 t a a a i2 4 is s-3 a a Siv silence that dreadful cough the lungs Are to danger the work of the destry yer hath begun / the cough of consumption Bath in a if a sound of death f / a he you a Mother your Darling child your idol and earthly Joy is a crap. Confined toilet chamber by a dangerous cold her thin shrunken fingers Tell foe hold disease has already pained upon Here the sound of her sepulchral cough pierces your soul. Young Man. When just about to enter life disease sends a heart crushing blight Over the fair prospects of the future your Bertte Coomb and feeble limbs Tell of you loss of Hope but you need not despair. There is a Balm which will heal the wounded Longs it is by Ebman Ball Healing Balsam. Mrs. Altres the wife of we i Attree Esq. Was Given up by or. Sewal of. Washington drs. Itoe and my Clelta of Philadelphia and or. Mott of York. Her Fri Codsall thought she must die. She had every appearance of being in consumption and was so pro. I minced by her physicians Sherman a Balsam was Giwa and it cured her. 1 a Rev. Henry Jones 109, eighth Avenue was cured of cough and Catarrh affection of 50 years standing. The first dose gave Ulm More Relief than All urn other Medicine he had Ever taken. Or. L. A Beals 19, Lxi ency Street gave it to a sister in Law who Wasla Boring under consumption and to another sorely afflicted with the asthma. In both cases its effect were immediate and suon restored them to comfortable health. Ltd. Dherman�?T3 cough lozenges Core the most obstinate Cane of cough in a few hours. They have cured a Large number of persons who have been Given up Pyi hair physicians and friends and Many who have been reduced to the verge of the grave by spitting blood. Consumption and hectic fever by their use have had the Rose of health restored to their Haggard Check and live to speak Forth the praises of this invaluable Medicine. Or. Sherman1 worm lozenges have been proved in More than 400.000 infallible in Laet the Only certain worm destroying hied Cine Ever discovered. Children will eat item when they cannot in forced to take any other med clue and foe Benefit derived from the administration of Medicine to them in this form is great beyond description. When the breath of the child becomes offensive and them is picking of the nose headache drowsiness starting ,awaking with fright Anu screaming troublesome cough Over Ishnea thirst voracious appetite sickness of the stomach and bloated stomach these Are among the Many prominent symptom of Worms and Cau be relieved by these incomparable lozenges. They have never been known to it Tail. A or. Steilman 3 camphor lozenges relieve headache nervous sick headache palpitation of the heart and sickness in a very few they Tot Ness of spirit despondency faintness Colic spasms cramps of the stomach summer or Bowel complaints they keep up the spirits dispel All the distressing symptoms of a night of dissipation and enable a person to undergo great in extol or bodily toil. Or. Sherman�?T3 poor Many a plaster is acknowledged by ail who have Ever used it to be the Best strengthening Piaster 1 n the world and a Sovereign remedy for pains and weakness in foe Back Loius Side breast neck limbs joints rheumatism Lumbago a. Quot one million a year will not Supply the demand. Caution is necessary As there arc Tunny unprincipled persons who would Force a spurious article upon lie Community. Be careful to get it Herman a poor Matts plaster with a a a be simile of his written name on the bark none others Are genuine and will Dot it More Burl than Good. Dec. 3 49�?iy the purgative. Jou the of headache giddiness. . Piles dyspepsia scurvy Sthal pox. Jaundice pain air the Back. Inward weakness palpitation of the heart rising in the Throat dropsy asthma fever of All kinds. Female complaints -.measles, sait Rheum heartburn worm cholera More us coughs. Quincy whooping cough consumption fils liver complaint Erysipelas. Deafness itching of tho 3k to. Colds gout. Gravel net our complaint and a variety of other diseases arising Froid impurities of the blood and j a bar fiction in the organs of digestion. Experience a proved that nearly every disease originates from impurities of the blood or derangement of the dig Stive organs and to secure health we must remove or restore the blood to its a. Tural aversion to taking Medicine in most effectual moved by Chequer s vegetable purgative pills being cym Jetel envelope with a coating of pure while sugar Wii in 1, i d�5i�n t from the internal ingredients us a nut a hell Fri a the Kernel and have tin taste of Medicine. Moreover Thev neither nauseated or Gripe in lies i Hiest degree but operate equally on All the diseased parts of the system instead of confining Thero elves to and rack Many particular Region. Thus if the liver be it Fri ted one ingredient will operate on that particular Organ and by cleansing it of any excess of bile restore it to its natural state. Another will operate 011 the mood and remove All impurities in its circulation while a thud will move All impurities in its circulation while Athard will effectually expel want Ever impurities May have been Tigisti urged in the stomach and he Nothey strike at the Root of disease remove ail impure Humours from the body open the pores externally acid to Stern Tlly separate All foreign and obnoxious particles from the Chyle so that the blood May be thoroughly pure thus so cuing a free and healthy action to the heart lungs Andl tver and hereby they restore health even when All other Means ave _ the entire truth of the above cat be Orberta irid by the trial Ltd of n single Box and their Virtues Are so positive and certain in restoring health unit the proprietor binds Minim of to return the Money paid for them in ail was where they do not give Universal satisfaction. prices.25 its. Per Box. 1 it Cipal office. No. Go vet by Street. New York. The following Are the agents in Schuylkill county for clock Nero a vegetable Rug alive fills and or. Her Many Sall Healing Balaam lozenges and plasters Tamaqua a. L Fry and ile Ilner amp Morgenroth Middleport Jno. Williams port cat Bong ii. A Bialer Potts Vilies f , and j. G. Drown St. Claire Matibe castles Geo. Reifsnyder Taylorville j. If. Otto a incr Villa a Jain a b. Falls Llewellyn Jonas Kauffman Truoi onry Bause a Winger Pinegrove Paul Burr Orwigsburg a Joseph Hammer port Clinton Lyon a Righet Philadelphia we. Ii. Barlow Schuylkill Haven Luvana Kuzuf fijian and Alto byj.3.0. Martin wholesale and supplying agent Pottsville. Dec2. �?T49. A 49-jy West in York College of health 901 tju Aiu Street by fans a Niew Tork. R\n.g. C.vaugiin�?T8 vegetable a tire to celebrated Medicine which has made great cures in All diseases is introduced into this Section. The limits Tofau advertisement will not permit an extended notice of this Rem by we have Only to say it a for its agents in the United Stales and Canada a Large number of educated medical Phac Titio ebs i High professional standing Wao make a general use of it in their practice to the following diseases i tops Grael. And diseases of inc urinary organs piles Ard All i eases of the blood derangement of the liver Jf-c., and Ait Genera disease Oft be system. 1 requested that All who contemplate the use of this at Ticie or who desire information respecting it Wilt obtain a 33 Page which agents whose names Are below will gladly give away this Hook treats upon the method of a explain the properties of the article and the diseases it has been used for Over this country and Europe for four years with such perfect effect. Over if pages of testimony from the richest quarters Wilt be found with names places and dates which can be written to by any one interested and the parties will answer Post paid communications. 8be particular and ask for the pamphlet As no other such pamphlet has Ever been seen. The Evidente of the Power of this Medicine Over All diseases is guaranteed by persons of Well known standing in society. R put up in 30 of. And 12 of. B titles. Price 02,20 no. 1, 12 of. The larger being inc cheaper. Every bottle has a a a. Vaughn a written on the directions a. St 29. Prepared by or. G. Vaughn and sold at principal office 307, main Street Buffalo . Offices devote to the Sale of this article exclusively. 133, Nassau York and Corner of Essex and Washington Halem mass., and by All druggists throughout this country and canals a agents. Also for Sale by j. 8. Martin Pottsville e. Fry Tamaqua e. A e. Hammer Orwig Surg Levan a Kaufman. Schuylkill Haven we. 8, he18ler. Pori Carbon we Price 8t. Clair Geo. Reif8nyder, Castle Jas. B. Falls. Minersville.16-18 7-iy the the Farmer Fiat in i smoking his pipe was Clearing the a Sweet Little grand pass k the old Man placed with a tear of i lie thought How Olti had sat on the a. As foe Teart Tole do done to smoke said v fabme2. S easy chair of Day. While Bis Hale old v Ife with Busy care a litter away \ tee was catching flies Itin hand on her head wrinkled face n her Mother dead be same place. 1 in front his half shut Eye c child How it Marci you off the House dog Lay wretched out on the floor where to lib Sun at the Busy old wife b ter noon us eff to steal the open door. Waa turning the s Linning wheel a 1 and the old brass Clit cd on the Mantle Trae. Had plodded along almost threat still Hie Farmer sat i while close to Bis the moistened brow of his Sweet Gran hts head Bend own fait asleep were they ii scary chair heaving breast and foe head so fair in child Ware pressed on her soft hair Lay both on that inc Aimer. A s. 5 a a a be a s o 3 Sisi abdominal supporters amp a. Spiik subscriber has made an arrangement fora 9 1 ply of 8upportej ply of supporter. Also his i1ern1al apparatus which he will Supply to physicians and those pallada. Prices. These instruments Ore used by the Tilty in Philadelphia and Ert by ail who Hove used them. F. Sanderson. Pottsville aprii32 to 17 Sinork 8 fancy stationary and engraving store a a a a pm Ai Chesnut str Etc removed to jye.873 Che nut Street one door above tenth Street a . And hat con if Antly for Salo a Large assortment of letter note and wedding paper with envelope to match. Morning utter and note papers envelopes to Roatch. Cine lace Edge and fancy letter and Ute papers. Envelope in great variety to match. A a fir assortment of wafers and sealing Wax a extra nonpareil thin double polished visiting , French and american Rilying cards. St i and ready made Quill Pena. Gold do. Black. Blue red Gold and indelible inks. Lead pencils in great variety. It a hair Nail an tooth Broshes Teaberry charcoal Rococo and other tooth Prev a Atlon. Bandolin Poma Tum Beeves marrow a wedding at Home Vii Liing professional cards end craved. 7 a wedding cake boxes of foe newest fashion. Kid Glove cleaned in the French style free from smell. Fur artificial Flowers. All the publications weekly papers for Sain As soon As published. A. Feb trip icons few Elva a Torla Evsi living age god Eye. Crahan i. National and other Magazine. A it. Orders from foe country attended to Phat Adelphia Jan. 13. A ,. 3-2njo l i a St an invoice of Fuu jewelled so to in a dlr Chifor which e�pi3 hot a a a of tax of ctr idiot a. A pts Kip the blood or. Keeleit�?~8 Panacea in or the removal and permanent of All did a cd arising from an impure state of the blood and habit of the body. Viz a. Chronic Bronchi to Cata pm Morisy Doug ,. Scr Fula in All its forms. Tel head Salt Rheum cutaneous eruptions of the head face body and extremities chronic focuses of the liver Ytom Aeh and Bowel chronic rheumatism chronic enlargement of the joints and ligament White swelling.�, hip joint affections abcs a. Ulcers. Syphilitic disorders mercurial and hereditary predisposition Etc., Etc. From the known part which the blood performs in the Ordinary processes of nutrition who doubts that i Doca not undergo important alterations when the processes take place in an unhealthy manner these alterations Are sometimes the cause fond sometimes the a. Cont la a Vhal effect of the morbid Phenomena we term disease. That to Tere Strong analog be use am whith is a Strong Ai tween Many constitutional disease and the effects of poisonous agent introduced into the blood no one will deny and that these Dis rates Are due tif the action of some Morbi fic matter Ohleh has affected both it physical and Vita properties. What that effect May Lead to is forcibly sketched by or William a the appearance of on list a external surface the a Currence of More extensive Haemorrhage in internal pans the general fluidity of the Cloud a a us t req enily is unusually dark or otherwise altered aspect it poisonous propert its As exhibited in it deleterious operation on other Ultima is and it or Nuener to pass into decomposition Point out the blood As the fret of disorder and by foe failure of its natural properties and office As the al vizier of All Structure and function. Ills a Tamly the medium by which death begins in the All of those affections in which the Panacea is Neppl Irble an alteration of this fluid has to Keo place ii must be changed before health can follow. That it has this Power the most ample testimony can be Given. Do not hesitate remember a medical person Tell you 0. Read the following evidence. Blackwood town n.j., feb. 6, i848 or. Keeler a dear sir a i am entirely out of your Panacea i a As called on Day before yesterday for half a dozen. Your Medicine u becoming very no Putner where i have introduced hand i think the More it is used the More will get. A respectfully hours we. Parham prepared and sold . Corner 3d and South Street Philadelphia. Forsake by . Brown and mar tin Pottsville j. Kempton port Carbon j. B fall Mineral site and by druggists and merchants throughout the county Price 01 per bottle or six bottle for 05. Amp for particulars see pamphlets. Also or. Keeler a cordial and Carmina Tive. The most Speed and Pew Tianen remedy know or Dir Rucca Dyn Marv cholera inf Antum Coli Intel ency ac., and for the to Nav dera Gein ends of the to Maehand bowels from teething. To a Mil Teboul without it. Price on�y25 Eta. A iri5�?T19-l c Coll to monthly bulletin no. 10. The combo option it is the settled opinion o. The simians both of this country and Europe that con sumption is curable in any and every stage excepting that which i attended by wasting Dir red a. The latter symptom frequently Marks breaking up of the Powers of life and then a is hot to be so certainly counted w. Tubercles on the la figs arc not necessary a Perma tut the Means to be a Mph in be a a a a a a a a a Ltd Consul ii nent Eureti. Widely different from those Ordinary ii Usu. Tive patients generally seek for a spot Hing Medicine merely something which i allay a cough. Nothing i easier than to furnish such a coi Pound. Ritis Thia Narf this atone which foe numerous Rii Monic syrups wild Cherry balsams. Cold candies and the be it and it is All they achieve opium in usually foe basis of them All which for a time deceives the poor sufferer but disappoints at lust. To car consumption something for beyond All Thi is imperatively necessary. Something Hunt be used whose specific action i upon the pulmonary vessel and upon the delicate membrane which lines the air passages and which shall arrest and eradicate that morbid principle w hich show itself in the form of tubercles. This the Grae conbere consumptive a Balm. Will while at the same time it will allay the Cueli and remove the wasting lactic. This Medicine is the Only one extant in this or in les that con be relied on in the complaints under notice Ano most trying season is jut at hand the attention of consumptive persons of the med its faculty and of the Public at Urce is earnestly invited to it. This Balm is of incalculable value in asthma bronchitis. Catarrh. Cold a pitting of blood. Difficult affections of the Throat the Lang. The bronchial tube. A. Testimonial of i a wonderful Efficacy and of the numerous u be bad at the company a agencies. A. A. Barton Beer Elary. And for Sale by j. 9. Martin Potravi a j. W. Gibbs Man Fravilla k. Fry. Tam qua j. I. Atler to car Ora John Wilt Ems. Middleport Robert Bol it or i prong Vale. A augl9�?T48-j4-iy no Vlf fluid Velnor a celebrated and in a Valu Ibie preparation for and pro Molnr the growth of the sole at. A a it a a a bannan�?T8. Nor.43 cheap Book and variety Storgia. The original and genuine Kirk Ripe a tatters ally a leave powder it has cured la the last year. 1500 rates of frases. 2000 East of cd Trtek Congh a 200 cases of broken wind 51 00 cases of horses out of condition and other diseases. More than 500 certificates verbal and written have been received attesting to the virtue Oft i inestimable remedy but we have Only space to sub join the following. A a a a a by Ehlang Oswego co., sept. 17, j949. Gentlemen a i wish to inform you that the tatter Sally a powders i Hough it your store Laet october cured a valuable Mare of mine of the heaves that Tihe had had two years. The first package did not effect a , inn did the me in much Good i was induced to try another package and the result has been that she has not had the heaves since about n week after commencing the Everond package although Etc has Hern used on my farm no most every Dav since which has satisfied to that the is effectually cured. One of my neighbor la giving a tatters air heave powders to a her a. And the off aspect i very flattering he will be cured by it. A believing that the above named Medicine is a very valuable tie. And that Teaver a be cured by ii 1 feel willing to lend my mine in Pru Senfft. Respectful most p. We Abib de. Spring Hitt a?a., jut 21, 1918. Al sirs. F. Winter a mo3t Chee Nolly linear testimony to lha great Efficacy and virtue of the Tattersall Sheave powder in the of horses affected with i pave coughs and colds. 1 have a valuable Ahnrae that in so severely affected with heaven and violent coughing that had Well nigh lost him when i per phased a package of taut Sairs heave powders which entirely tired him and restored his appetite. No owner of horses a hould he without it. Next Perth tiny yours chair. A. Peabody. and worthless compound a have followed us w wherever we have intend need Wiirre Mcdoy and we understand that several one arc being put up for t circulation a beware of Fovea and take no remedy but a the tatters he a. None genuine without foe signature of a. To. Cough a Ojie Dollar per package hit for live Julia is. Prepared and a old wholesale and Nail he a Gough a Ketcham. 14.0 Fulton Street York. Oscar d. Jenkins agent for Potts the. Pottsville nov 19, 1849 47-iy keep your stalks Oor Stock All a Iamb of Plank Fla nearly in the morning we first Lake of that part of Ibe litter Bieh is Dot much soiled with a Frlj and piece it in tho Back pail of to to Llev to dry during to Day a we then clean out the manure and Pul it 00 the Dong Heap. If litter be plenty and it a an object ter make a mob manure As possible then we should let All the litter go with the manure and Odd plenty of fresh every night and while on this tube that if the utter be Straw to pass through a Stra this makes it much or or the Stock to lie , we wish to observe or coarse Bay it ought or Euler before using it. Sir to Fork the manure a of l the Heap As it is not then bound together with Long straws. After removing ibo manure we a a sprinkling of plaster of give the stable a Sligo port or charcoal Dusl pcs Abs Tbs All unpleasant either of these so Stan of Fly Vio sweeten the atmosphere and in the course of the Meatus Tunu considerably to tho Vaiolo Many Farmers let the ground. If Ibe soil be d to this. If nut cleaned a Ore should be spread of tested by thousands ant Lupin Mously approved a o a c3 a a a to o a charcoal dust then put season. One great adva of the minute Heap Cir Stock stand on the 7, there is do objection jut till Spring the a enly Over the sur Fie of the stable every morning a coating of amp ror upon it and fresh litter added before night. Each on isl will Thos make a larger Quantity of Valu it ble manure during the Tage follows this system and Foat is the salts Are ont exposed to be washed out of the manure by the Sun As when expo Elt a Royark and other place nor Volatilized by to the open air in the a a american Agricula any Correct idea of the a tree and Many Ore deter by the c9nsideratiod, at the beat that Bay a Hill not live to reap such persons May derive cultivation of Persoon have Pidiry of Well cultists a de from planting them be fruit of their Labore a encourage not from the a few facts. In the Spring of 1838, i set out in front of my office in Ches they were then so Smalter two Elm tree. They Bat i could carry either i diameter. I Mea fall of 1847, and found of them on the top of Ruy shoulder and were perhaps two or three a neb ured them carefully in the them of equal size and e tech measuring forty five in a Mia. They stand about me twelve feel from the form a perfect Protee a their branches being imia in that neighbor-1 inches in circumference eighteen feet apart and St buildings for which the Tion Frum the Summers so already interlaced. The _ Hood More rapid growth than the Roek Zapfe. Or indeed Moro than nipple Orchard .Ray be Broi ing in four years from Iraq Sery which should to it lion Limo of budding. Yar Yostjr Orchard will a y you annually for All your trouble and expense productive As right to expect to like. Peach Trees usually be the a Tony it and the second monthly visitor. Other Forest tree. An ight to commence Bear planting from the Nur e second or third year in the eighth or tenth in planting it and with Long As you Bare any in the third year Frodo from the Hilch every Day is this celebrated a pfc a erne extending the sphere it fit usefulness and every year adding to tin Long catalogue a of its Triumph. A million of Are distributed annually without fully meeting the demand for some time past the a a rims have been limited solely for want of a Clit Iipp of Supply. Truly this is a Universal remedy. Unheralded these Pill have found their Way into tho Remote Corners of the Union every where proving their title a the poor Many a friend�?9ick Many a Hope the Marvel and Blessing of tire age. Kora trifling ? individual and Ever family May have health insured to them for an indefinite period nod what is of a without health hut a miserable i too pre Toti a Boon to be tampered with by trying Del sorts of experiments upon it. The sick should Ore those medicines Only which eat Valence a shown to be the Best. 4 a physician 8 Catskill Greene county York a. W. Win nitty dear sir �?1 have found your Indian. Vegetable Pill a valuable remedy in Case of general debility of the , and in nil Bill Long disorders. I am also in the habit of recommending them to females in Peculiar ease. I observe them to operate in tho system without producing debility or pain leaving it in a healthy condition. June 20, jets. John Doane m. D. A the Best family Medicine. From Marine Hall a to do. W. A bight dear sir for the last two years i have had he Agency for the Nale of your Indian vegetable Pill at this place nod have sold Largo quantities at retail. They have in every in stance Given Enkiri . Many families in this Section keep them and consider them inn Lumblo As a family Medicine. There is no Medicine sold Here tint can be so universally recommended As Wrights Indian vegetable in ills. Very truly yours. Fe5rttrtry 1, 189. William m. Lukens. Testimony of another physician. The following is an answer in reply to a note from Ourn gent asking or. Mouton s opinion of this Medicine 7�?Tunkhannoek, aug. 20, 1848. Or. A. Durham dear sir a in reply to your note of yesterday i would state that i have occasionally found it use the Crinus a Patent Pilisz vended in the shops and while i am unwilling Tonay anything to depreciate the value of other. I am free to confess that i consider or. Arts hts to Indian vegetable pills Superior to All others with which i am acquainted. I havtrusi�?~4 them for Many years both in my on Fame by and in my practice generally and they have uniformly proved mild certain and Safe in their operations. The care and skill with which these pills have been hitherto manufactured Are in my opinion a sufficient guarantee for like Good result in future. Very resp fully. A. Bouton m. D. Or. A a. Isa Prakrit Toner of in and even beyond the line of Wyoming county. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and highly popular with the people among whom be resides. Let it be remembered that Wright s Indian vegetable Pill Are prepared with special reference to the Laws governing the human body. Consequently they Are always Good always useful always effective in rooting out disease. Every family should keep them at baud. Look out for counterfeits. Pome Are coated with sugar others Are made to resemble the original in outward appearance. Purchase from none except the regular agents one of whom will be found in every Village and town to the stale. Mrs. . Beatty Pottsville. Medlar a . A. Hee tier port Carbon. Dewald , Mckeansburg. Geol it. Drey Tuscarora. Jenry Koch a son Middleport. We. Toe cart tui Aquia. It a i a e Hammer Orwigsburg. A Wheeler a a Ler Pine Grove. Jonas Kauffman Llewellyn. A Jacob Kauffman Mahan tango. John West Klingerstown. _ Quot Gabriel Herb Zimm Craintown. A a c. B. Do fore1, Minorsville. Jonathan Cockhill Llewellyn. George Dreibelbis East Uron Stulec. S. Hart a co., Philadelphia. -. Levan a Kauffman. Schuylkill Haven. A j. Derber Bati Bronswick. Jonas Tohir holds port Chiton. Ref Snyder a brother Castle. B. E. Reedy lower Maht Tongu. Eckel a banned Tremont we. Price so Clair. A. A Boyer a Wernert Mckeansburg. A w. Ii. Barlow Philadelphia. To office devoted exclusively to the a Leof Wirtz hts in Tafi vegetable pills of the North american col Sirc a a Leah of a 2s8, Greenwich Street York a a in Jfe Mont a treet Bostons and principal office no. La a race Street Pabila. Dec. 9, �?T48-50-ly received a Large Magfor irent of la-1 a a Dies Crotchet bag8 and purses. Aug steel Tea and Puri clasps. Steel Bead and Taney. And silk twist for a ending bag at a a a a a Bpck kid a a Udy a Elliott chested a Are invariably a naming than those of at Trifie sportsmen Are a a g heir opinion of a horses his Girth just behind his Jerkey fort toll the repute celebrated racer ple Ipoh period of i birth Natl iri a like manner judge by of Cut in and p a what an be Likely to gain by feed hat Aro round a barrel More muscular and opposite kind a Ciao it measure guided in acing of boulders by ibis test a ion Ond Powers of the Nti sry a inst from the e dealers and Botcher be thesis and a Boomer aunt of they we Jcj a ing. Ail animal Flost hive Large lung a ate remarks but for the vigor and facility with which that trim iii such animal. Esi Hay and Crow while 1 to les of a rat Stely constructed companions Are f food. An amusing Snead thened by no kind of the is related of Simpleton who in trying to 51 it a horse declared bit tho Anim ii a eating was intelligence would Contr iry of intention hive suffered to ruin the pro buyer with a rare discrimination inferred from the horse Chest that the Hud been unwittingly m him on the Hazard of open to repent by it Joju Meru. Of care of warm and comfortable in y appropriate their do i feed upon the costs 1 Mere nothing. The pet of a Sale Bol the ape ii of Hie Appetito sgt used. He Bongel ion and bad Nore Aoa Battle should a Winter else Moro food will to necessary and then they will be Leso profitable then when pc Phi in a comfortable condition. The whole barn Sli Ouid be made tight and warm Ond Ibert should by no partition Between tho cattle and Ibe Large open space called the Bam door or there should be do Bofil Toction directly before the Heads it of the cattle whether a Tandinh or Ihirg that they May breathe the pore air. Rails or bars in fro Tjit will Bej Auff intent Many of the Best Snag to of Stock have Boma 0 warm that water will net a retie in them in the a oldest weather. The open space in front of to a t e give a Good Chance or pure air. In wans Dull weather in Winter it is necessary to open door at some distance from the Soh Nils that a draft of air May pass through the Baru floor yet not blow directly on their 1 1/ a cattle Bouse be mad i title. A a _ close with a Paris Tina in front the steam and comes arising from the tho Antt Bale will pros Ordera. Manure and the breath of Dure fool air and created tend Fanner. Or manuring Oid car Tria a Collir. Tor in Buck county. A. Mentions the Case of an old ande Bausted tree of in a a Ecke i which needs and w 11 Bear More manure f1 1 fruit from which was so Sona gathering. A a Trench three feet win deep was dug round tho four feet from the tree to Lue Uear Esi Pari 01 10a Trench thus leaving an undue Mas of roots eight fort in diameter. The Earth from the Trench we a carted away and waa . Placed with a Peck of Bone dust four cart Lead it of stable manure Tod enough fresh soil to fill the t a it wac Are i Wincn needs iban most pears the All As not to to be Worth. And a Risteen inches tree at a distance of t get nearest part of to the rooms soon shot into grew rapidly waa clothed the next year it bore a Large and ibo be were still larger. the soil the tree in Denns foliage Sod crop of full sized end t or present year they world Ella a vegetable Ristora tire i it a h. I these pills ii air become the most Cost Ablahed Aud popular family Mem Isk of tho present div both in Estand and Luthi country. They were invented in 1633, by or. We. W Orsdell of Ork i have Tinea that time or oust Many wonderful cares in every country where they have been introduced. The present proprietors Fot i.<runh�4 state Are its to session of Many genuine Cert a Cates of euros a Roushdi both m England Ond America. I a e quitter Woutis. 3 blah mind St. Liverpool was confined to her bed sex inn tit with Tbs drop her Ieffa Hexame or tied to an Norm nov thickness. After Many trials of Bermed Leonesbe was Pill a pc he3ub by who boxy of funds try St. I a carpool was also cured 0vt.�an,? it world Sll a pills. Thos. Ley near Preston eos f land was cured of typhus anti rheumatic fever by wars exp a. Thos. Llu Dler of read Pennsylvania test tacit but i child was severely Follic cd with worm puts a or Feliy Reilo Rcd by foe use of wors Clu ague. Dyspepsia need acre. Habitual Costle Nefie. Severe cams. Have All yielded to this but purely vegetable Medicine. No More certain and mild it purgative has Ever been a user Vereda 1 a Julany physicians make use Ohhee pills in their practice with great Success. A they Are for talc in Huchu Alkih a Box containing50 Pill with v g. Brow Potts ulc w. L. If j. Ii. Alte g. Lteif Snyder. New . Falls Kauffman Schuylkill Haven u county Price 25 Eta. Hit directions by Jno. Ieuter port Carbon a Tuscarora j. Metz Castle we. Paine Levan a Yujun a Cru i. A e. Hammer Orwigsburg m. A j. Archer Easi Brunswick Boyer a Wernert Mck Ansburg 9. It. cd. I min. 1 a i a i 1. Pm to Tajii. Lei c. P. Arne travelling a Cert. A. Weeks. Jan 27,�?T47. 5-Lyj no. 141 for foe Middle states. 4c co. Proprietor. A Chesnutt. Buada. Warming. Boxes for churches. A just received and for Sale at the Tubac Albers store a neat and portable Boxa ranged wit a lamp a bib Cao he carried to Church a a easily As a prayer Book and will keep the feet it Quot a k 7 a 11 feet it foe occupant of w whole Pew warm during the Aen ice or Linean by usso 1 la Sleigh by or Ndang out it cold weather i. A nov i3-Lfq b. A Raffl

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