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Pcueo and plenty send abroad, Better far tlio spudo and barrow; Than the cannon and tho sword." ITTTVIATII AVU TllTTTliMl M Ii'lVO Tlio judicious laruier will oonmionco the dairy season with liiii cows in good heart, uulliuienily prcvi.leil with flesh to meet easily ilio driifls Wliich tlio milking Sanson will muko uon them. Where this precaution has been ncgluctoil, the result will bo an indifferent yield of milk now, and nn early drying up in Riilumii. While tko calves are permitted 'to feed fieoly trom the udder' thor in little trou ble in extracting nil tlio milk from it, but when tlio weaning time comes, many cows arc viciously retentive, greatly to the annoyance of tlio milker, and to the detriment of the dairy products. In those casos, it is poor policy to get into a passion involving club law; on the contrary, mildness should be used, nnd a friendly relation established between tlio animal and the milker, as soon as may be. This oueo done, no more trouble need bo app' thuided on this sooro. In milking, cleanliness hhould be a priino consideration. This involves proper personal uHution, as well as a BUitablo preparation ol the udder ct the cow for the milking process. - We have known persons to milk cows in a condi tion so filthy as to render tlio contents of the milk pail scarcely lit to throw before bwiiio. Such persons have no concep tion ot tho luxury of puro milk. A good milker will not bo in such a hurry to finish as to lo.-so tlio butter and pro ductive portion. It is estimated that tho hist pint , taken Iroin a cow, will stripped, is equal to at least fivo of the first ones. Clean or closo milking Iris another advantage it protinets tho period during which milk may be ol) tained. Some make a practice cf milking cows three limes during the ila elai niug an increased product IVom tho practice. This liav be ko, where cows are kept tinder shelter all tho timo, but when Buffered to ni:i at largo, involving a driving up ol li e herd at mid day, the effect cannot bo otherwise than deleter ious. . Milking twice a day early in the morning, and in the cool of the evening will lie found the bitter plan; cot lain, ly tho easier one, and probably, on the whole, quite as productive, Wooden vessels should be used for putting down butter, w ith hoops of the game matoritl, as i.ion ones corrode tho rust striking through tho staves and affecting the outer portion of tho butter. Before being put down, tho milk should be thoroughly worked out, elso the but ter will soon spoil, or be so silleeted as to bo rendered unmarketable. Tuis should bo done by a free uso of tho butler ladle instead of the hand; for. if no better, the uso of the ladle has a more cleanly look. Tho tub lobe used 111 packing down, should be well cleaned by a freo use ol scalding water. When properly prepar ed in this respect, tho inside should bo thoroughly ri.bbed over with fine salt, nnd the bottom covered over ivith a thin coaling of melted butter. To prcservo butter, simple rock salt is usually rolled upon, but a composition - fwvloof.jiulYiU'i&.'d sugar one part, salt- tho whole beaten into a fine powder will prescrvo tho butler quite as well as pure rock salt, besides giving it.a better flavor. If a richer tinge than natural be desir ed, it can be supplied, without iijury, by the uso of carrot juice. Take clean cars rots, fresh from the gard'in, if in season, grato them lino and press oat tho juice through a coarse linen cloth and mix with the cream before churning. Th's improves the appearance of tho butter without injuriously affecting tho taste of it. When a tub has been filled, it should bo sealed over with melted better, well sprinkled with lino salt and llio cover be tightly J laced over it, that the air may bo, ns far as possible, excluded from the mass within. Thus carefully made and packed, butter may bo rehod upon to keep fresh and palatable during mai.y months. Bum I A'cu) iorw PKACII CULTURE. 'We have good authority," says the Gardeners' .Monthly, "for saying that peaohes which are injured by tho 'yel-lows,'- can bo restored to health by a severe cutting back to the mam stump, bo as to secure a thoroughly new giowth Ot branches, mid that trees so restored will not bo again nltackod, but live to a good and honorable old ngu. "There is a strong opinion existing that 'yellows' is caused by injury to the sap voss.ls, by which the fluid is prevent d from (lowing propeily. By opening up now channels from tho sound wood, this is remedied. Again, it is well known that nfter n peach gets over three or four years healthily, its ago is indefi nite. This sovero trimming seems to help it over this critical limo. 'Perhaps, whether n three year old tree had tho 'yellows' or not, this severe trontinent-might benefit it, but this is a mere siirmisu.'' Why is the liindorpest like a mouse t Bcoauso the cut'll catch it 1 Geo. E. Mison L. K, Evans. DO'KT STOP TO LOOK B.1CR GO' RIGHT -IN! to Tiin sroitu ok GEO. E. MINOR & CO 'IMIE nboyo named firm lias purchased a x complete mock in uie i-;.ist nmi are selling i ui rcitiiceii prices, n comprises a general as sortment ot . DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHS, CASHMERES, &c, &c, Ac. Wo would also call tho special attention of the LADIES to tho largest lot of IjScLaiars and Calicoes ever offered In this market, and at prices ns low ns hcl'ore the war, idso, our lull lino of 1:1 boons, VEILS, UK ESS GOODS. DKESS TRIMMINGS. UUTIONS, IIOUP SK'IHTS. I5ALM0. SKI11TS, &c. You would do well to rail immediately, ns li cs tiro already stiffening in the Eastern market, Don't forget the place, nt tho .02L.3D E327Lra33, In Minor's Ruildini, nearly opposite, the F. & D. N. Rank, Wiiyucsburg, Pa. April 18, 'liti-tf. mum mmh HOW TO AVOID THE DREAD DISEASE! CO.MIl TO TOWN, i on ii I N E II A El T & 1 N fi il R A SI HAS .1UST RETURNED FROM THE tily, and have opened tlio largest Hew Grocery in town. Tliey ilea' re to inform tlio citizens of Wnyncsl-urg nnd vicinity of the cure tliey liuvt-taken in selecting stock, having on hand a uooil supplv of CONFECTIONS, TOHACCO. CI OAKS, TAU, nlsfi. I'KOVISI ONS, BACON, DKIKI) VAi&V ro r atoms fish, DKIKI) PEACHES, tto , Ac', itu. Call and see them as they have just You will Had them accomodating, and can sell lower than any one in the place. JJc sure to go to tlio riyht place, iu LEDVITH'S OLD BUILDING. opposite the Court' House, nnd formerly oc cupied hythi! Post. :'' 3?LMH AND FAHY JOB HINTING THE FINES T STYLE. Our piieo3 C:mnot lie surpassed for oheip- ii,.--nny inner csinuu-aiiucni in una pan of the State. Parlies wishing done should givo us a ca'l. We nro ready nt all times to do anything In the, printing lino. 0 ,NE IIUNDRKD DOLLARS PREMIUM OFFERED BY b.mithi-ii:i.i, l Avt rrn co, pa. M.ixci'.ieiuat:i:s of C.VXU MILLS iXl) CiJilli'j EVAFORATOK. This Is tho only puecessful Evaporator for mailing a No. 1 Syrup with economy tuid dis patch. . Over ten thousand were used last fall, nvery one of which was insured, and not ouo return ed. It is the only Evaporator freo from liabilities Tor inlringenient upon Rome previous patent. t, m'Vf'i'v" 'loln't''il "VIU lOK tAM', .lll.L,"inanuf,ielurcd hy ci.aiiii's Homio MAi-uiNK co. We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Premium for simple of best Syrup, (sen pileo list ol (.'ane Mills and Evaporators sent roe ol charge.) to bu n warded by Soruh inn Convention, the time and plnci to uxam ilie samples to bo determined by the Convon tion' J- OWENS. Agent'. ALSO, PROPRIETOR. OF THE EAGLE POUNDJtY, .SrtlVl-.fU nt 11. n rmjui.... of all desci iptlona. Orders sulielted and lin ed promptly, apr 25 Gin Waynicbiiuho, Pa, MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS, Forty olU'crent styles, adapted to Burred nnd secular music, forifiSOto $11111) each. TU1K. TY FIVE GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, r (list premiums nwarded thcin. Illustratctl (iiitalotrucs freo. Adf'ress, MASON & HAM- lily, IJosroN.or MAblW RROTHERS. Nkw Yoiik. sop18,'B5-y THE CITIIERLW STORM A. HEDGE & SOiN ' Ilavo Just received a New Stock ot COOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, COLLARS, NECKTIES, GLOVES, HOSI ERY, TRIMMINGS OF ALL DE SCRIPTIONS. Wo have just received alargcassortiucnt of tlio latest kind ol ready made BOOTS AND SHOES which wc can warrant to wear, and do good service. Also a few Low Priced Hunts and Shoes whieli wc will not wairant houglit expressly to compete with our neighbors. Don't fail to call If you want to see Rood nrlieies in our line of trade. It will cost noth ing to look at them. Rememher the place, "Allison's Building, opposite the Court II .use." Wiiyucsburg, May 2, If. 5IIIS K. 8.HAYKKS. T. II0SK1NS0N. NEW GOODS. ! Spring Stock. CSreat Variety AIRS. E. S. SAYEKS& IIOSKINSON, Siirrs' Corner, Wiiyncnburij, Pit. JIEriSlW. SAYEIW& HOJIUXSON Have lust, opened nn e-teuh'e and .entirely new stock ofFASUIDXAlil.E Bought in the ht Eastern market, at the very lowest cnsli rati1", comprUing all styles of the inibt fasluonalile nnd bervieeuhlo textures ot Gentlemen & Lilies' Wear, It is useless to mini"nilc. They have every t ling in the line, with HON NETS, HATS. CARS, HOOTS And Shoes. Wares of all kinds, and a com plete variety oi'il.e lpesl(i!!f)('i;i!li:S. All of which they propose to sell at the very lowest l'.ires. dept.-idin on Hie ipvilily and cheap ness of their goods to gala them ciisIoim. Nov. ill. I.Sim, t f Bradley & Smith IVXAi'iUFACTUBEnS AND -rN- SADDLES, p HARNESS, TRUNKS, etc., &t No. 132 Voo.l Street. P8T7SBURC, PA. T)EOPI.E OE OREEXK COVNTY wishing X anything in our line cuu he finnished on tlio shortest notice and MOST liEASOSAULE TERMS.' Persons from a distune", s nding us ORDERS will have them promptly attended to, and on neeonut of heing near M-uket Mend (juarters wu can furnish goods CHEAPER than they can he houglit elsewhere. Scud 'h Your ((rdcr, and we will give them our strictest attention and forward go-uls hv Impress to Waynesliurg hy hunt or persons living in the country rail send hy Pedlars and Hucksters, niarlili't;.-, tf BRADLEY & SMITH. f lUIEUNDERSIONl'.I) have assoeiUedfliem. X tcivcs togctner In tlie inline and sly u 'of HUGHES AND LUO 11 MO, rti the old stand or Ilnnuns. Ravaiid & Co.. in Rices Landing. I'n.. for I he purpose of carrying on the Uroeeiy, Forwarding am! Commission business in till Us various branches, They hope, by the long experience ol'inui ol tho Partners. nnd strict iilleniiou to business, to receive n liberal shate ol the public patronage In their line of business. Tliey will KEEP COXSTAN I'LY ON HANI) , u frond supply of Oroccrle.i, sueh ns Rugar1 lollee, idee, iMolasses. ISiuls and Iron, Oils and Paints, and all articles usually kepi In a Grocery Store, all of whieli they will sell at a cry small advance over (tost anil run-Inge. LINDSKY I IF( III ICS, THOMAS U'CAS. Mays, 'C.-.-tr A!Kii3iix!rnloi' Notice. TETTERS of iiilmlnlslratlon having been J granted to the tiiiderslgiioil on the cslnto of .lames Gwynn, dee'd., Into olMeirerson (p., nollee Is hereliy given to all persons hldehl'd to said estate to inake4tnnieillatc payment anil those having claims In present then! properly iiuthimtlcaled for setllcni"iit WILLIAM tlWVNV, . MARSHALL GWYNN. Adnilulslratorsi f James Uwynn, djo'd. May 110, ISdt.-nw- PEOPLE'S LIIe" V-mn' STEAM MR "CHIEF- ,!Sn7.iP' ('"uunamler. Capt R. C. Mason, t'lerkt lonvi's Oreenshnro, for I'lltHbtirgh every Monday, Wednesday and Filday, at t) 11. in. Leaves Pittsburgh for Gruenshoro evory Tuesday, Thursday nud Saturday. Mny I0,'0(t.-0m, WHEELER & MLSOS'S "f i. Have heen awarded the Highest Prenilums at nil Foreign, United States and Blato Fairs where exhibited. The riwilltlrs which recommend tho Wheel er & Wilscu uru.t 1 . It uses NO 8 ILTTLE , nnd mkes tlio LOCISTICH. !. Beauty and excellence, of ftlch, alike up both sides of the luhrie sewed. II. Slreneth. (lrniness nnd durahillly of seam, that will not rip nor ravel. 4. Economy or thread. Ii. lis attachments and wide range of ap plication to purposes am1 materials. (!. Compactness nnd eleganca of model mid lluisli. 7. S'unp'liity nnd thoroughness of con struction. 8. Speed, easa of operation and manage ment, and quietness of movement. 0. Ii lias heen the popular Family Sewing Machine for nine years, and heiico it not an experiment to Imy it. Read the following extract from the Chica go Trihmir i "Tho Wheeler & Vilson Lock-Stiteh Ma chine in l.nnu yards ftf Scam, uses 2,2.'iO yards thread. The drover & Baker Douhlo Thread Chain Sulch Machine in l,ouo yards of icam uses "p,.'iH0 vards thread. The'Wd'iek it (iihhs Plnghi Thrad Cham Sliteh Machine, iu I, DUO vurds of seam uses a,",!)!) yards uf -thread. OwrSjOlV) ;Vheeler & Wilson iIachlnes nre in use ia Western Pennsylvania, which is more than all others comhined. A machine whose merit has achieved such a world wide runowu and success. W minted Tlirco Years By a responsihlu Company, hroiuht to the house of Ilia purchaser, iu-truelions given in its use, without extra charge, and satisfaction guaranteed, it is no experiment to buy, and Here is no inveslineat which pays a heller in tercet or hi iii;s more comfort, health, happi ness and relief to llju household, Belli for Circulars and Samples lo WM. Sl'MNEU & CO., No. QT Fifth St., Pittsburgh. Pa. Agency for Western Pa.. Eastern Ohio, and W. stern Virginia. Nov. 22, 18ii.-.. .Iulyl2-ly. C3" These e.'l.'lirat-t l machines are sold iu Wiiyncshnrjj l.y Capt. J. M. K:-r, Wilson's hnildiiii.'. . PIIOTOGPwlPlI CS- jQ. Xj 3T-3 ITS. "TT -IX- WAYNESISL'RO, PENN'A. Has fliied up a new and splendid Photograph Uallery in the third story of ALLISON'S nUlLDINU, Where ha is prepared to executo iriiOTOtniAnis, . AMRROTYPES, .MALEIANOTs m V1SITJ), I And nil oilier kinds and sizes of pieinreM, tn a style eipial to the best artists. Especial inten tion will be given to copying pictures and en- larglng them, Airupplicaiionswlll he oroinnl. ly alteiided to. Their rooms are onninioilicius ami attraclive, anil every desirable aeconunn dalion will be reui.cred to cui-tomere Till- Is t deci leilly the best opportunity Insecure ueetl ; rate likenesses eve r oll'eivd to the people ol (Ireene County. Call any lime It suils you. riciures tauen any time in the day, and in all kinds of weather. Noy, ' si;r,. if. 1V,M'!i:S 85IJ .M i!JB3.15 & VUXr . WORDS' mm fwsm. QT1LL continue to carry on II10 Jlarhle mid kJ Stone culling hnsiness nt their long estab lished stand 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 i m 1 1 -1 v 1'iui ni' in,, iiii,u sipiare, Main SI reel, Wayneshiiri-. J' TIlU esl-ll, IUImv.nl 1, , 1 t - , " "Mil ill t'liiinuiui operation since is,;!i, nud the long experience and energy of the proprietors, linked whli the exercise of sound Jnil jineiit anil good taste, have won for Iheni a wldu spread ami enviable rcputalion, AneMensive stock of the vnrlotn varieties of the best murine kept constantly on hand. Special altentlon paid to polishing, dressing, carving and engraving. All orders promptly lllk-d. December an. I sill!. Lta All Persons COME TO WAYNESDU1M Wo O-ot CtlEAP CROCEFrSG . Ol-' aOTTH!El3?r & 'fAYLOR. Proprietors of the splendid Gtoci'ry Sliirr, fin merly owned by Joseph Yuider. 'jMr. Taylor keens on hand a irood kuiuiIv of Hie verv ln.ui SFtlAU. COFFI'IC. TEAS. RK'R MoL.w. SUS. SIT'F.M, CARllON ' OIL, LAMPS, LAMP CIIIMMKH. SlfOF FINDINGS, &.. .C-n .. mill. Ill I'ael. V.V Kit V 'IU II VI 1 ........11.. kept 111 a first class Grocery Store. Two doors East nf WLlsona Now Dullillim II hlK if . , - - . RECONSTUOCTION NOT OF THE UNION HUT OF Isaac Hooper's OKOCKUY & CONl' ECTIONEHY ! TR. HOOPER would still have his Fu nds ill ami patrons hear n mind, that ho con tinues hi the Grocery and Conl'ectii m-ry trade at his usual place ol doing business, and that he has just received & Fresh Supply of tho best quality of all at I'cles In bis line. TOYS NOTIONS and a great variety of usetul articles always ou hand. Ft 3SFRESH&TENT5, In connection Willi the above, Mr. Hooper keeps a Restaurant, where t lll--A.il, ber ries and all the luxuries of the season can he obtained. The most attractive and moft popular resort in town. .Iiine 1 1. '(,;,. ',7 E. B. Pendleton, rtlainif.icliiriii Jew tier, Xo. 20 Fijth Street, Third Floor, PITTSr.UUGIT, I A. Jeelry made to order, Hair Work, Corps Murks, Itadges, Stc. ; Jewelry repaired uiul made to look cquulto new, Uhjhcst Cmk Price raid fur Oil C!M Silver. ALE ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Jill V 12, 'li.VIV DR. - W. H. WITMORS HAS been in RUrccssful practlco for a nut her of years, with tho experience of the dillcrent-hospitals in Europe, also a member of tho Analytical .Medical Institute of New York, continues to attend to all professional rises at 1 is oliiee , No. H28 Filbert Street, Phila. No patent Meiilcines urn uv-d or recom mended : the remedies administered are those which will not brake down tho cnntitnlinn, but renovate the system from all injuries il. lias sustained from mineral medicines, and leave the syste.il in a healthy and perfectly cured condition. DYSPEPSIV that distressing disease, and fell destroyer of h'-alth and happiness, under mining the constitution and yearly carrying thousands to untimely graves, can mujt ctn phntielly be cured. i Melancholy, Ahberralion. thai slate of Alie nati .n and weakness of mind which renders persons incapable of enjoying the pleashresor pcrlomilng Ho' duties ol life. RHEUMATISM, in any form or condition, chronic it aecute, warranted curable. Epi lepsy, or falling sickness, all chronic or stub-ho.-n cases of ' K M A L K 1 1 S K A S F S radically removed ,- Sail Rheuin and every description of ulcerations ,- Piles and seroiui ous diseases which have ballled all previous medical skill, .can be cured by my treatment; and I do r.iy id! dis "ties, f ves 'i.i-iu;nn) can be cured by wearing my .Medical .laeel, which is a protection to Mm lungs a.:: tinst nil changes of weather in all climates haling inveslig-Ucd for years the cause and ehara'ctcr of Intermit-ti-nt's(l'i vi-rand iigu--) iu all paiNol'Ihe Coiled Slates will cure permanently nil ehroi ie or acute cases ol Ague and nervous disi-iiscs in a lew ilnvs. . CANU'ER CI.' RED WITHOUT THE KNIFE (lit DRAWING OF 1ILOOD. Tape Worm, that dread to the Human Family for years, can be removed with two -jr three dosis'ofmv new ly discovered remedy, warranted in all cic-cs, Consults ion in tho Enclis'.i and German Languages free nfchnrge. Will make vWls any distance, if desired. May be addressed by letter (conli len l.dly. ) and Mei'icine sent with proper directions to any pari of Hie country. OFFP:E No. Ul'S Filbert Street, Phlla, mai'-'l:'iiii-ly IP H3 O 213 HAVING ijeen mad:; wic offer our CVSTOMEl!.-j ONE OF THE LAF.G l'JV wnviza iv DRY GOODS!! ElBCmESUlIU. LEATIIEIl, HOOTiJ & SHOES, Hats & Caps ! B ri'AD3,-4 n:5d SALT, And a great variety or RONN EES nnd HATS lor the Indies, at the .lowest prices that Goods have been sold for sluco tho commencement ol the War, l'lHNTA From )-j .n p, 2r,vA. pervd, MUSLINS,.,. " -j l "to It) ". ''''I' AtPltlshurgh prices. II N.'; Nails" - n .(S,rd FHces. "A 'I " fj-l per barrel; U'orroN YARN, at reduced rates. Wo have the goods In str,r, and all we n"k of our friends Is to call ami see for themselves for we are satlslled Unit an examination of our slock and loft' prices will repay them for their Iroli'ilu, To our friends at a distance, rfn ex. lend a conlial Invilallon to call and see I heir, old friends who am always glad to boo them,' for wo can assure them tiiat II will repay litem for tho trouble. V. II. M COY A CO. Tho old stand of W. II. M'COY. Greensho. ro, Greeuu County, Pcnn'u, jMiiylo.'ii.'i-lfj 8. II. M'Ei.itov, Jas. T)icKMnr. J. T. Siiaxh, S I'll I NO, Tit ADE, 1 8 0 0 . AT WIWI.KSAf.K I mm oicHsox & co., 31 FIFTH STREET. PITTSBURGH, PA., Now oirerll.elrSPRINCl CIOODS a't the lowest market price 1 ti iims cash thu stock will be kept contpletu during thu wason. Ilnyers IVo'ii eastern and central Ohio, Western Pennsylvania nnd West Virginia, nro Invited locall and cxauilut tho assortment, March 10 Pounded in 1840 AND ISCOKPOBiTEf DY LEGISL1TIVB CHARTER mllEONLY INSTITUTION OK TUB KIND I la the Union conducted by a Pracilcal bu- sini-ss man. Our highest Commercial Author ities, cast and west,' pronounce his systems of Rook keeping unedualed comprehending cvi-ry dcparlnient of business, and yet so skillully condensed that tho attentive student musters tliu whole in six of eight week", It consists of , STOCK HOOte-?, closed nice with a loss nnd Iwico with again exhibiting by three dillcrent methods the transfer of old to new books. ' I'AKTMillSIlIP HOOKS, ronducted by three different methods, ex hibiting the transfer of the old to new books, with the introduction of a new partner ; also practically illustrating the l'IMVATIS I.EDGEU, by means of which tho results of the business are kept out of the general books, lor thu use ot the partners only. I Id-XTUESON 11USINES3 SUBJECTS. How every one may get rich. How to get rich by ti tiding. The cause ol Commercial failures. On speculations. Tho moral inllu mice of integrity iu youth, etc. Also lectures upon COMMERCIAL LAW, on Partnerships, Con '.runts. Insurance, Com mon Carriers, the Statuto of Limitations, etc. Practical in-t'iictions in DETECTING COUNTERFEIT RANK NOTES, hv a full set of genuine vignettes nnd coun ters, iinda large collection of counterfeit notes. OUll KAIUlOAOnOOK-Klilil'ING, (in manuscript,) exhibits the construcllon nnd iipiipment, the operating receipts and expen ditures; (he hoods closed nud a dividend re corded. These hooks are advcrlised by others but not taught elsewhere in the city. Our new system of ' 1'KIVATE HANK? BOOK:, (In manuscript,) embraces all the best forms ia use ainrng private bankers. Our ney en larged edition of Half's Steamboat liook-keep-ing. Our full course of business prnclie in cludes about; FIFTY I1US1NESS JIOOKS, ruled lo about thirty dill'eren' forms, viz: II Ledgers, 7 Diyllooks, r Journals, (i Hill 1! mks, Cash flunks, 4 Saies Rooks. 2 Invoice Hooks, 1 Discount Hook, I Cheek Register, I Dcp.-islt Register, - Collection Registers, 1 Tickier, I Hands' R"gister, 1 Freight Hook, 2 Passage Hooks, 1 Fuel Hook. These Rooks practically record about six hundred business tr nsuction1', comprehending Ruff's original plan of bu-iuess education, introduced twenty-live years ago. How fir others letvo suc ceeded iu iniilaii'ig him will he best seen by rnnipnihw the hu.-hiess papcis and books ol other pupils with those ol the graduates of this insliiulitui. jllaipcr's Enlarged Edition 01' , DUFF'S BOOK-KEE'.'hNG. I Fi ice $. Vuslt jr. 20 cent. SOLD HY HOOK SKLLEUS GEN ERALLY. ' AWARDED FOUR SILVER MEDALS. Which, wi'.li the tollowing testimonials, Indi cate llie character of the work s j -No otlu r work upon DookUeei ing explains the subject with so much clearness and b'nn- 1 plicity. F. W. EDMONDS, , Cashier Mechanics' Rank, Wall street, N Y. As an extensive ship-owner, American nud i Eur ipean merchant, bank director, etc., ho has borne the reputation of the highest ordo ! of huslncsst dents.' JXO. W RURNHAM Mc.chanl, No. H South street, N. Y. 'I LTkilii.it d in Dulf's colhtge in half the time 1 cxpi ctcd. His iidipirntilii system in cludes nothing superfluous, nor leaves out anything essential. J. It. COMl'i'ON, . '....i.i..r. Via.'ara Ran!--, Lockpurt, N. Y. '-lint most complete n.iK i.i'ihe kind I luive ever K-en." J. It MURRY, i President ICxchange Rank, l'illslniriih. The most clear mid coinpreheiisivo that 1 have met with. JOHN SNYDER, Cashier Rank of Pittsburgh.. Your committee unanimously concur in the opinion ollhe utility of the itnprovi d method of .Mr. Dull'." GURDON .1. LEICDS, Rectading Sec. ol llie Auicr. ln.sli , N. Y. On W. ILDulFs renmanship For tho best business and Ormtnicnlul Pen innnshlp, awarded our present Penman, hy the : Fulled Slates fare at Ciucinnatti. hi lSfio Pennsylvania Slate fair at Wyoming lsilo Western Pennsylvania fair at Pittsburg IKlio Western Y'rirlu'la lair nt Wheeling Hitii) Ohio Si ile fair at Cleveland 1 H(ii All of which nre exhibited nt our ofllcn. , OUU TERMS. Have never hf mi advanced, while others nro charring ts."itl tuition fee, or i?lo nnd iyl." ex tra for pinntansliip. and iJI'J to iJcJOfor te.sl books nud blanks. For our graduating course, Including busi ness penmanship, lime unlimited, ars fl'in. The ent'i'gn 1 edition ol Dulf's Rook keep ing, with blanks and elali mery nt booksellers' prices, i."i. Our blanks are made up oflliio cxlra sized paper ruled complete, wi It lull sets of uuxil illl t s. We tin reforo present tho business student with thu following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES : I Wo have tho best Peninau in I tin west. 2 Hull's System of Book-keeping, (sanc tioned by the New York Chamber of Com merce.) taught hy tho author. II The dally lectures of an experienced mer- ciianr. A saving of seven or eight weeks In thno ot slimy. n A giving of tho samo number of weeks hoard, il A saving of ijd or $7 In books and sta tionery. 7 A' diploma signed by ono so long and so favorably lino n as a preceptor, as an recount ant, and n a merchant. For full particulars, send for circular, 75 pages, with samples of our pwivui'a Business and Ornamental willing, laeloslnjf twenty llvo cents for postage, lo V. WW & son, PRINCIPALS, fobI7'00-ly PITTSBURGH, Pa. HELIVSbOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU. 1IELMROLDS BUCIIU. IIELMBOLD'S 'BUCIIU. IIELMBOLDS BUCIIU. THE 10HLY KNOWN EEMEDY F0& DIABETES, IltKITATION OF THE NECK OF THE I5LADDEI5, ; INI-IaMmA- TION OF THE KIDNEYS, CATAK11II OF THE ULADDElt, STKAN UA15Y on l'AINFUL UKINATINO. For tliesi! diseases it Is truly a sovereign remedy, anil loo much cannot bo mild iu its tiraise. A single dose has been' known to re lieve tlie most urgent symptoms. Are you troubled with that distressing pain In the back and through the hips ? A tca spoonful a day of Ilclmhold's liuchu will re lievo you. 11 .EASE NOTICE. I make no secret of ingredients. IlelmhnUVs Extract lliiehu is composed of liuchu, Cubehs, and Juniper Berries, selected with great care, prepared in vacuo and according to rules of I'HAUMACY AND CHEMISTRY. These ingredients nro known as tho most valuable Diuretics afforded. A DIURETEC Is that which acts upon the kidneys. IIEL3IS3LDS EXTR1CT BUCHU ACTS GENTLY", Is pleasant in taste and odor, freo 'ftoin nil injurious propetlics, and immediate, in its action. FOR TilE SATISFACTION OF ALL, See Medical Properties contained in Dispensa tory of llie U. S., of whieli the following is a copy : 'Burnt:. Its odor Is strong, dilTusivc, and so aewhitt aromatic, is lasie bitterish, and analogous to that of mint. It. is given cliielly in coniplainls of tho Urinary Organs, such us (jJiavcl, Chronic Catarrh of the liladder, Mor bid Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra, Diseases of tho prostrate, and Retention or the Iocontiaenee of Urine, from a loss of tono in the parts concerned in its evacuation, It has also been rci onnnendcd in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism,! Cutaneous Affections, und Dropsy. FOU FUTiTIIEIl INFORMATION See Professor Dewcts' valuable works on -tho practice of Physic. See Remarks made by tho celebrated Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia See any and all Standard Works on Medi cine. FROM THE ' I amacipialnted with II. T. Ilelmbold ; ho I occupied mu m ug store opposite my resilience mm was succi-saiuiiu i-oiiuuciint; niu itusinesH where others had not been equally so beforo him. 1 have heen favorably impressed with, Ills character and enterprise. WM. WEKIHTMAN, (Firm of Powers &, Woightmaii,) Manufacturing Chemists, Ninlii nnd lirown Streets, Philadelphia. From the Philadelphia Evening llnlktin, March loth We are giaiiited tn lu.ur uf Hie continued success, in New York, of our townsman, Mr H. T. Itohnbold, Druggist. His store, next tn the Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feel front, '';!0 feet deep, and live stories in height. )t is certainly a grand establishment, and specks favorably of tho merit of his arti cles. He retains IiisOjllce and Laboratory in this city, whieli are ulso model establishments of their class. The proprietor has been Induced to mnko this statement from the fact that his remedies, although advertised, are Genuine Preparations, And knowing that the intelligent refrain from using any tiling pertaining to Quackery, or. tho Patent Medicine order most of which nro prepared by self-styled Doctors, who aro too ignorant to read a physician's simplest pres cription, much less competent to prepare phar maceutical preparations. These parlies resort, to various means of ef fecting sales, fuch as copying parts of adver tisements of popular remedies, and finishing with certificates. The Science of Medicine statuds simple, pure and niajcMic having Fact for its Basis, Induction for tin Pillar, Truth for Its Capital. A WORDOF CAUTION. Health is most Important ; and the alliteted should not use nn advertised medicine, or any remedy, unless its contents or Iturrcdicnts are known toothers liesides the manufacturer, or until they nro satistled of tlio iiualillealions of tho party so oll'eilng. HELMDOLD'3 GENUINE PREPARATIONS.. FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU, FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,. AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.'. Established upwards tf lfi yenrs., Prepared by . IT. T. HELMBOLD-I n:iiciiMii :h:iots IIELMROLD'S DRUO AND CHEMICAL' WAREAOUSE, Bin Broadway New York. And HELjfllOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT. 101 South Tenth Street. Fldliulelnliln ln BY All DttUGGlSTS. Nov. W, IStiJ-ly.