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'Jpecd tlio plow and speed tliulmrruwi Peace inul jilenty solid abroad, Better fur the spado inul barrow; iniin mi! cannon awl the sword. " A FRUIT LAUDKH. Split an iu.li or spruce polo to within n few foot ot tlio ciuli then put on n ring or insert n wrought nail nnd clinch it, bo A8o prevent the polo IVom splitting, spread it tliu right i.lih tor n In J Jen until near tho crotch, where it must gradually curve ; confino it in this shape; bore nnd insert rounds tho properdin tanco, nnd it is ready to;io.y;illu-nugli any little opening, anj will rest firmly ngaititst a small branch where a common ladder would often cant or twist about. 'Wo have a fruit ladder different from the above, and more complicated and unwieldy, but much better adapted to trees that bear tho weight of a ladder nnd a man. We took a common ladder, some twelvo feet in length, bored a five eighths holo between the first and second rounds at tho top; a pair of legs on sup ports, fitting to tho outside of Ilia top, as long as tho ladder, nod spreading six fuel at tho bottom, is prepared, ami ai1 iron bolt passed through both, and keyed. The legs are streagthened with ties and nllord a .perfectly safo ladder to get nt the outer branches of largo as well as small trees, being self sup porting. The ladder, separated from these lugs; can of course bu use! for, any ordinary purpose Maine farmer. ' CUTTCNO AND MAKINO HAY. Iu making hay, the main object to be attended is, to. preserve it in a state as nearly resembling tho grass in its perfect condition as possible. To accomplish this it is necessary to know in what state , it is best to cut. Of thu Various inre dicnis of grass, those portions soluble in water immediately are best filled for nil trition s it should, therefore, be cut when tho largest amount of gluten, sugar and other soluble matter in" water is contain ed in it i' that period has been determin ed by chemists to bo, when tho grass is in full flower, before tho seed is formed. .Tlio main object in bay making is, to retain tho solublo part of tho grass in period integrity, and the removal of its moisture. The art of drying hay just enough to picvent its healing in the mow and at tho same time preserving tho raturnl juice i f the plant is difficult! nnd requires much attention. The hay from some soils is hard, and requires less drying than that from other soils, where the grass is more succulent. In very hot and scorching weather grass becomes crisp, rustles, and handles like hay, before the sap is sufhViontly dissi pated to lit it to be put in the mow, nnd, tho consequence is, if thus stored, it is mow-burned. As timu advances, oh! customs give way to new inventions ; thus in cutting grass, instead of the soytho and snath, the mowing machinei driven by horses, is coming into use wherever it can Uo used to advantage, thus lightening tho labor of the field. Tho new mown grass, if allowed to lie in the scorching sun, is apt to brown, or wither; it should be turned to prevent this j and hero tho tedding machines step in, and instead of tho slow and tedious process of turning with tho fork, you imunt your scat and with your reins guide your horses at full tr t li' ne cessary, nnd the work of gathering into winrows, in which, if tho weather bo lino, it will make during tho night con- , sidorablo, nnd is preferable to putting in cocks, saving labor, eto. In caso of cloudy or threatening wenthor, it should be put in well trimmed cocks, to shed tke rain. The following day, or on the return of suitablu weather, the wholo is spread out to receive tho bonelit of tho drying winds and sun ; it is turned two or three times if needed, and in caso of lino drying weather, it will do to cart after dinner ; having lost most of its moisture, and by frequent turning it retains tho chief part of its natural juio. cs, and a good fresh color, without somo portions being too much withered, nnd others still too green. lural American. RECEIPT How to cr.KAX luiuioNS. Wet tho ribi bon in alcohol, nnd fasten one end of it to something firm; hold tho other cud in your hand, keeping tho ribbon out straight nod smooth ; nib it with a pieco ofcastilo soap until it looks decidedly soapy, then rub hard with a sponge, or, if very much soiled, with tho back of a knifo, keeping the ribbon dripping wet with alcohol. When you havo exhaust ed your patience, nnd think it must bo clean, rinso thoroughly with nlcohol, fold between clothes, nnd iron with n hot iron. Don't wring the ribbon ( if you doyoti will get creases in it that you cannot smooth out. FitHsii ykst itor.r.s. In tho evening takeono quart of new milk, stir in flour sufficient to make a thick batter, and two tahlespoonfuls hop yeast. Let it stah'd till morning, then add one pint of new milk, one tablespoonful melted butter, one pint of flour. Let it stand one hour in a warm place; then add flour nnd mix stiff enough to knead. Mike in small rolls, lay on buttered tins, stand till light and bake in a quick oven. Cuuis foii a Fhi.on. Apply n salvo of marrow taken from the back bono of a bullock, so that tho part affected shall bo complotely covorod. Repeat, if necessary; but usually tho edict is so speedy as to remove the pain nnd re store the parts to a healthy condition in less than nn hour. TO PREVENT A IIORFE KICKING IN III3 STALL. Procure a thorn bush, large and broad enough to fiill tho stall back of tho horss, which hangup behind him by tho butt, with a oord, so that when he kicks, it will not only thorn him once but the thorn bush set in motion by tho kick will follow up tho horse and continuo to prick him. Two nights experience cf ko.s a perfect cure, - Somo writer has said that a fixed idea is a sort oi gimlet; every year gives it nnother turn; to pull it out the first year is like the plucking out tha hair by tho roots; in the second year, like tearing tho skin: ill the third, like breaking tho bones; and in the fourth, like removing the very brain Itself. CHARADE, lly first when dipped la liquid strange, And let tall upon parchment thick inul old, Makes the thoughts of millions range O'er the ages grown dim ami cold. My iccond rests upon the' ground, And lienentli the mil Is found ; Tla also a niuno given to the lloor, Resting close under thu door. My third is a term of Latin, H I remember right, And means when Anglicized, "I cuiiic ;" I n,.iylo lost in Oblivion's Night, If so, please spare my Classic fume. My fourth can lie ir-ed In different wavs ; You cm tlnil it iu Hie centre ol'nma.e,. II is an ejaculation of ai;iroli ilion. And in tlio alphabet, occupies n high station. Mv whole la tho nam:) ofn broad domain, That hi tho Union ranks a loyal statu ; And must, tliniuli weal or woe remain ; For, 'lis the centra nf tho Arch's weight, Siitiirdiil Heemnij 1'nxt. J. Uiu.uNwoon Lisnr.N "pai enTlove letter Dear M'm After long consideiaiion and much moderation upon tlio great leputaiion you possess in the nation, I have a strong inclination to become your relation. If this obligation is worthy of observation nnd can obtain commiser ation, it will bo an agiandi. ilion beyond all calculation of the joy and exultation Of l'l-TKlt II. I'OIITATION. P. S. I solicit tho acceptation of .tlio love and approbation, and propose the annexation of ill 3 lives and destination of Peter II. Pollution and Marie Mode i at ion. tub ANswr.it. Dear Peter: I have perused your oration with great deliberation and n little consideration at tho great infatua tion of your weak imagination to show such veneration on so slight a foundiis tiou. After mule deliberation and se rious contemplation; I fear your procla mation is lilloil with adultatioii, or say ings from ostentation to display your, education by an odd enumeration, or rather 'liultiplicatiou, of words of like termination, though different in signili cation. Hut as I admire association, and am iu favor of annexation I acknowl edge my npircbalion, and indeed my inclination, to accept with gralilijatiun tho love and admiration set forth in your declaration, and will, with prepara tion, lovo nnd animation, remain with resignation, and rejoice in the appella tion of Mus. Pi:rnn II. Poutatiox. P. S. I suggest the information that we meet in coiisuftaliou and make some preparation for thu final consummation of tho intended annexat ion, when I will bear the same relation to your homo and occupation that Mrs Pct"r II. Portatinn would then bear to . Maihh Monicit.vnoM. SyGicNKitAi. Uic.MiY, by reason .of his services in' iho army, was assigned a prominent posit'on in '.lie great proces sion at Philadelphia, on tho Fourth of Ju'y . He was everywhere received with the greatest demonslialisns of apt plauso. The friends of Ileister Clymer think ho was slighted in not having heel assigned to some cons)icuoiis post. We cannot imagine why lhc-o men should bo out on tho same plat form wiien tlio battle-flags woro to be return ed to the Stale for preservation. Gener al Geary had followed lliese flags in nil the war, at every battle field; he was identified with their safety nnd glory, and Mr. Clymer ajid many of his friends were in no wiso identified with them ex ccpt as idlo spectators or ns very doubt ful friends. In the varadu of veterans on the Fourth of July, General Geary, at the head of a division, only occupied such' a position as his military rank nnd service entitled him to. Lancaster Examiner and Herald, Pcz.i.ic. We commend the- following lo thoso ofour readers who may delight in sensible puzzles : 2 2 P 0 P A U A Y T II E p a r answer is T I II a e v a r a very Tho truth'. wholesome Here is an Oriental maxim, just trans lated to us from tho K'aft: It a man knows, nnd knows that he knows, ho will lead a hapy life. If a man does not know, and knows that he do;s not know, he may lead a tolerable life. Hut if a man docs not know, nnd doe not know that ho does not know, he will lead a miserable li to. Iif you should ever meet with nn accident nt the tablet endeavor to be composed A gentleman carving a tough goose had iho misfortune, to send it entirely out of tho dish into the lap of a young ludv who sat next to him on which ho look 'd her lull in the face, and said with thu utmost coolness : "Madam, I will thank you for for that goose," - -- - -.Tho oyo alono cannot nppreeiato true beauty, for it does .not consist iu mere physical moulding. Tho under standing must aid. And wlmt may give oxquieiio pleasure to tho cultivated un derstanding may fail ot making any im pression ou tho vulgar. Modesty deponds on good manners, happiness on deourityi good society on good education i wisdom on experience; and, for tho safety or protection of a country, a tried man is often inoro valu able than a renowned warrior. I U.I 1 IlLIUli U DIUlll A. HEDGE & SON Have Just received a New Stock ot ROOTS AND SHOES, 1 1 ATS AND CAPS, COLLARS, NECKTIES, GLOVES, HOSI ERY, TRI1IMIXCI9 OF ALL DE SCRIPTIONS. Wo have just received a large assortment of the latest kind of ready made BOOTS AWD SHOES which we can warrant to wear, nnd do good service. Also a few Low IVicciJ Hoots nnd Shoes which we will not wainmt bought expressly to compete with our neighbors. 1'on't fail Iik'.iII Jl' you want to see pood articles In our line of trade. It will cost noth ing to look at them. Remember the place, "Allison's Building, opposite the ('(.nit II .use." Wnyncshunr, May If. TAYLOR & FARLliYVS MODEL ORGANS. 0. J. WILLAIiD, No. (127 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MIIIE MOST COMPLETE MUSICAL IN L STKUMENT inanul'ac.ureil, and the ' IV3i oc3L3. Z2l?Sll3L OF THE WOULD I ' Combining Sweetness and Depth nf Tone, Rcmit'ilu ninl Chaste in Appearance, Re fining and Elevating in its Tenden cies, for Churches, Parlors or the Boudoir ii, has no equal, ninl has invariably lakeii wherever exhibited in Competition with other well known manufac turers. Thirty-four different styles, nnd from one to twelve stops, Long Double Bellows, Double Dlow Pedals,, Knee Swell, etc., etc., giving great powei anil steadiness ol'lone. THE SUIi-ItASS, applied to the Double Reed Organs, gives a volume of tone equal to a sixteen foot slop in a Pipe Organ, ami when applied lo our Organs containing them, ami four sets of Heeds the volume of lone Is equal t a fr'JOllll pipe organ, and costing only about one foiuih as much. Send for an Illustrated Price List, giving full parliculais. Address orders, ' o. J. WILLARD, Wholesale Agent, (i:'7 Broadway, N Y. T 1 1 K G 1 IK ATU N I ! I V A LEI " V 0 S E " PIANOFORTE! The cheapest first el ass Piano Forte in Hie Market. These beautiful instruments are last winning their way into public favor. The tone is rich, full and powerful, nnd gushes forlh with peculiar snctne.-sn melody, while Ihe'loucb is easy and elastic. Are finished in rich rosewood Vases, with full iron frame, ovcr sli un; bass and French grand aelion. All have large nam I corners, with back !ln isheil like the Iront. Every inslrumeut fully warranted five Vears. Circulars giving cor reet likeness taken from photograph, with full descriptive price list, sent free to any address on applicajion. Jl Cti atiSiiul Smi'fX ascil lU.oritw woiirii Tiiiiirv el sis, ArcrtnipaiileK thu Circular, and is worthy of preservation. Dealers will no fur nished these Ileauliful In- slnnnents at the LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES. And Teachers at the rates of discount. Ad dress all orders to , O. .1. WILLAIID, Wholesale Agent', C.'7 liio idway, N. Y. Wliolesale agents for Win. A. Pond iC'o's, l'eanhnaii. I.! ray & Co.'s. Win. KihiIhuV Co.'s, ninl other first clans Piano f-' o srtesi Circulars giving correct likenesses nf these celebrated I'ianoKortesand Taylor k Parley's Model Oigins,.forwarik'd to any address on application. i'hc Latest Songs, Published Jaimarv ), lHilii, anil mailed to any.address free of postage. Oh, sing me that dear old song . a,-,c We've drank from the same canteen, by J. 0. Cinrk, , .-,c Picauliful Wales, sang by .1. K. Thctmis, ;i.-,c I'm happy as the day Is long, fine Somebody's Darling, Sfic Violets uiider Iho snow, by II. Tucker, tlfic Sweet lie thy repose, by J. II. Thomas, ,"..".c Kong ol the spoon, a new college song, fine. Tim Angel Guide, by Pavager, tine When 1 Weill running Sallle, coni'c, Hoc. Only a withered rose. :ific Mother, I have herd sweet music, itfic Pleasant dreams of long ago, ;i,-,c Oh, say not a woman's heart Is bought, fine Kathleen, dear, .oc llefore I was married, O dear, ;ifiu We'll inert no more at twilight hour, line P.eiuitll'ul Isle of die sen, bv '.I. I!. Thomas, llfic Old don't care, by W. K. llasford, ilfio Light nt my soul, of thee I'm 'dreaming, !Wc Five o'clock In the morning, .oc Clean nnd I, r ang by Harry Tucker, iloc Come, Neliledear, I'm weeping, by Tucker :)(ic Music on the waves, vocal duet, by lllover line No time like the old time, Hoc (live Ihe old iiiim a chance. ililo One bright moony night, c-tnle, lifio Tlioy all come home brli mine, line S'oung man on III" raliway, . ilfio When Fenians light lor freedom .tfic Down by Hie uiile, by .1. It. Thomas, lido RvS-Piuiles ordering Music and over paying for the same will receive their change inclosed with lliu Music, or Mnslc will ho selected, as .parlies prefer. All orders promptly ulteaded to, nnd any Informatloii cheerfully given. HiU'KIii.ncmsi linn. 0. W. I'allersrn, cx aocernorof New York, Weslllelil, N. Y., T. It. Column. President Lake Shoro Dunk, Dun kirk, New York. Ni;w funic Criv llKmimxcM i William A. Pond fi Co., William 11. Ilradbury, Carliart, Needlmm & Co . Siberia Olt i Hugh lilddl,., I0sq , Oeneial Supt. Jlotlvo Power, Eiioll. U. Wheeler & Wilson. e-iTAddress Orders. 0. J. WILLAIID. Wliolesale liaiio Forte, Organ & Music Dealer, No. 0'.'7 IJroadway, N. Y. Pec, 20. 18lifi,-l.f t . w . r oTss . rilYBICIAN AND SUltOEON, OFFICE In Jfiwell's building, West end of Main street, Waynesburg, Pa, npl,-lf T. 1IOSK1NSON. NEW GOODS ! Spring Stock. dreat Variety MUS. E S. SAYEKS & IIOSKINSON, Nuers' Corner, Wainelunj, Pa. MESSES. HAVE US .t UOSICINSON Have just opened nn extensive and entirely new stock nITASlllONAlSLE DRY flonght In the best Eastern market, at the very lowest cash rates, comprising 'all styles of the most fashionable and serviceable textures of Gentlemen & Lilies' Wear, It Is useless to enumerate. Thev havo every thing iu the line, with I ION NETS, HATS, (JAPS, HOOTS And Shoes. Wares of all kinds, and a enin pleto variety ofthe best UltOCEIMES. All of which they propose to sell at thu very lowest figures, depending on the quality and cheap ness of their goods to jaiu them' custom. Nov. -.".I, ISi;.). t f ' Bradley & Smith MANUFACTURERS AND -IN- P SADDLES, IIAKNESS, TRUNKS, Ac, At No. 132 Woo.l Si: cot, PITTSBURG, PA. I)EOI'LE OK (iUEENE COfXTY wishing I anvtliiii'r in our line eati lie rornuliixl nn the shortest notice and MOST liEASOXABU! TV.IU1S Persons from a dlstimca s.aiding us OUDEKS win nave mem promptly atleiuleil to. amf on account of being near Market Head Quarters we can furnish goods CHEAPER. Hum they can be bought elsewhere. Kciud Yoisr Order, and we will give them our strictest attention and forward go-idhhy Express to Wnyni'shurg by boat or persons living in Iho country caii send bv Pedlars and Hucksters, imirjin;.-. tf lillADI.EV & SMITH. - Exchange Hotel C3-3700': GlDO T O .1. vV, f! JN. IVaprioioc. IN 1WIT1NO THE PIT.LlCto his palron 1 line, the liiiderrigued feels conlldcut, Ihal by bis hunt experience, he will lie enabled to render satisfaction lo all. He guarantees Hie best aeeomnio.latjoiis both to man and beaut. May In.Y.vIy .1 W. HA UN RECONSTRUCTION NOT OF HUT OF Isaac hooper's OUOCEUV & (.'ONFECTiONEKV ! Ml?. HOOPER would still have his riciids and pations bear n mind, that he con tinues in Ihe Grocery anil Con feci ionery trade at his usual place ol doing business, and that he has ul received A. Fresh Supply of tho best quality of all ai tides in his line. TOYS NOTION'S and a great variety of useful articles always on hand. riEFR3ESHMENTS, In conneelion with the above. Mr. Hooper keeps a ltestaurant, Where ICE CREAM, ber ries and all the luxuries of llm svason can ho obtained. The moe ntlraetlvo ami inert popular resort In town. .luno i t, 'u.-.-iy MO GROCERIES I Let All Persons COME TO WAYNES1JUUQ TO GrOf CHEAP GROCERIES OF . rOTTEill-L & 'f'AYLOll. Promietorsnl'tho splendid Grocery Btnrc, foi morly owned by Joseph Yonter. Mr. Taylor keeps on hand a good supply ofthe very best HUGAIt, COFFKI'I, TEAS, KICIC, MOLAS SES, SPICKS, CAMION OIL, LAMPS, LAMPC1HMNIE& SHOE FINDINGS, &c, iVe., and, In fact, EVEltY THING usually kept In u flrst class Grocery Htoro. Two doors East of Wilsons Now Building Oct II, '(lfi-tf GEOROB S. JBFFBRT. DKAL1CK In Hooka and Htutlonery, iUaw zlnes, Dally Pupe, F alio Alleles, &0 Waynosburjt, Pa. April t, 'liO'-iy MUS. K. H.SAYKIIS. NEW PHOTOGRAPH G- JSk. Ij Ij E3 3FS. "ST -L- WAYNESUUUG, TENN'A. Walaco lias lilted up a new and splendid Photograph Gallery iu the third story of ALLISON'S HUILDIXU, Where be is prepared to executo FIIOTOCUAl'ILS. AMHl'OTYl'ES, MALEIANO'l'Yl'h'.S. CAUTES 1)E VISITE. And all other kinds and sizes of pictures, In a style eiiial to the best artists. Especial atten tion will be given to copying pictures and en larging them. All applications will be promt.it ly attended to. Their rooms are comtnoilinus ii ml altraelive, and every desirable accommo dation will be reni'.ered'to customers This Is deeide'dly Ihe best opportunity Insecure nceu rale likenesses ever offered to the people ol Greene County. Call any time it suits you. Pictures taken any time hi the day, and In all kinds of weather. Nov. ifi. ISilfi, If. w.tY.i:suMi:j .! teuta.t. Ats i uvk I I Siilfilf. Uii LL continue to carry on flic Marble mid H Slonc culling business at their long eslab- lislieil Kl.'iml inimeiliatcly Fist of Ihe I'ublu: sitiiire, Main'Slreet, Waynesburg. This establishment has been in constant operation since I s;s:, an, I the c)ir experience and energy ofthe proprietors, linked with Ihe cxerci-e of sound judgment and good taste, have won for them a wide spread and enviable rrpiununn. Aiicucnsivc stock ot the varioui variciicsol the best marble kept constantly on hand. Special attention paid to polishing, pressing, carving and engraving. All orders promptly tilled. Deoeniber L'.'l, IW1L'. Ml. II. nTM0RU HAS been in successful practice for a nuni her of years, with the experience of the dillerent hospitals in Europe, also a iticmhcr of Iho Analylieal Medical Insiitute of New York, continues b attend lo all professional cases at I is olllce , No. PL'S Filbert Street, Pliili. No patent Medicines arouicd or recom mended : the remedies administered are those which will not. brake down Iho -constitution, but renovate the system from all injuries il lias sustained from mineral medicincn, and leave the syste m in a healthy and perfectly cured condition. DYSPEPSI , that distressing disease nnd fell destroyer of health and happiness, under mining Ihe coiislilulion iiml yearly carrying thousands to untimely graves, can most cm phalhily be cured. Melalicholy. Abberratinn, that state of Alie nate. n and weakness of mind which renders persons incapable of enjoying tlio pleasbrcsr perlorining the duties of lite. UllKL'MATISM, in any form or condition, chronic nr nccute, warranted curable. Epi lepsy, or falling sickness, all chronic or stub bo:'n cases of 'AM ,1 LE 1) IKEA S E.$ radically removed Salt lilieum and 'fevpry deseription of iileeralions ; Piles and srrolul ous diseases which have baliled all previous medical skill,can be cured by my treatment; and 1 ilosiy alliliseacs, (yes i'o.isiihiiIIoii) can be cured by wearing my Medical .Inert, which is a proieeiion to the lungs against all changes of weather in all climates having investigated lor years Hie muse and character of iiiterniil ents(f, verand ague.) in all parts ofthe United Slates will cure pcrnianciilly nil chronic or acute cases ol Ague and nervous diseases in a CAN ('Li! CriiED AY IT! 1 01 IT THE KNIFE Olt Dlt.WVINU OF llLOOD. Tape Worm, that dread to iho Human Family for years, can be removed with two ir three doses of lev-newly discovered remedy, warranted In all cn-cs. Consultaion in Iho Enidish and (lenuan Languages free ofehjirge. Will make visits any dislance. If desired. May be addressed by letter (conlldcn. tally.) and Medicine sent with proper directions' lo any pari of Ihe country. OFFICE No.'- !e28 Filbert Street, Phila. mail!t:'Ui;-ly IE3 113 JX O 3E3 HAYING I5EEN .MADE, WE OFFICII OUU CUSTOMERS ONE OFTHE LAUG EST STOCKS OF DRY GOODS!! iUl.MiI LEATHER, HOOTS & SHOES, Hats & " Caps ! NAILS ih1 SALT, And a great variety of BONNETS and I TATS for Iho ladies, nt tho lowest prices that Woods have been sold for since tho commencement of tho War. PRINTS From 12 1-2 to 2." cts. peryd, MUSLINS,... " 12 1-2 to 40 " PISH At Pittsburgh prices. IRON&Nails" ' b Card Prices. MAII " ij:i per barrel. COTTON YARN, at reduced rates. Wo havo tho goods In store, and all wo ask ofmir friends is lo call and seo for themselves for wo urowitislled that an examination of our stock and low prices will repay Ihein for their trouble. To our friends at a distance, wo ex tend a cordial Invilation to call and seo their lnld friends who aio always glad to seo them, ior ww can assure uicin llial it will repay inem ior me irouiuo. YV. II. M'CQY & CO. Tho old stand of VV. II. M'COY, Greensbo ro, Oreeno County, Penn'n. MayloyiiB-tfl PLAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING THE FINES T STYLE. Our prices cannot bo surpassed for cheap ness by any other establishment M this part of tho State. Parlies wishing dono should glvo us a ca'l. We nro ready at nil times to do unythlug in tho printing Uno. Founded in 1840 AND l.i:ili;Plll!ATi'I) BV LEOIStlTIVS rilARTEIt fllHEONLY INSTITUTION OFTHE KIND 1 in the Union conducted by a Practical bu siness man. Our highest Conuuerclal Author ilies. east and west, pronounce his systems of Look keeping uncdualcd x- comprehending rvn-y department of business, and yet si) skillully condensed that the ntlenlive student musters the whole iu six of eight wcekn. It consists of STOCK HOOKS, closeil nneo with a loss and twice with a gain exhibiting by thrco ilitl'erent methods Ihe transfer of old to new hooks. rAUTiNEUSIIII' HOOKS, conducted by three diflcrcnt methods, cx hibiling (be transfer of the old to new hooks, with Ihe lntroduriion of a new partner ; also practically illustrating tho l'lilYATK I.EDGEH, . by means of which the results of the business are kept out of Ihe general books, for the use ol the partners only. LECTT1IS ON ilUSINESS SUBJECTS. How every one may get rich. How to get rich by tiading. Tlio cause ol Commercial failures. On speculations. The moral Inlln nnce of integrity in youth, etc. Also lectures upon ' COMMERCIAL LAW, on Partnerships, Con':raets, Insurance, Com mon Carriers, (he Statute, of Limitations, etc. Practical in--p uclions iu DETECTING COUNTERFEIT HANK NOTES, by a full set of genuine vignettes and coun ters, and a large collection of counterfeit notes. OUlt UAlLUOADDOOK-KElil'INa, (m manuscript J exhibits the construction and ctiiipn:cnt, tlio cperating receipts and expen ditures; the hoods dosed and a dividend re corded. These books are advertised by others Inil not taught elsewhere in the ciiy. Our new system of P1IIVATE HANK COOKS, (In manuscript,) embraces nil tho best forms in use nnli'iig private hankers. Our now en larged edition of Hull's Steamboat llook-keep-ing. Our full course of business praelic in cludes about FIFTY BUSINESS HOOKS, ruled to about thirty dilferen' forms, viz: II Ledgers, 7 Day Hooks, 5 Journals, 0 Hill 11 inks, 4 Cash Hooks. 4 Saies Books. !i Invoice Hooks, 1 Discount Book, 1 Cheek Keglster, I Depasit UegistprJ! Collection Registers. I Tickler, 1 Hands' Itegister, 1 Freight Book, a Passage Books, I Fuel Book. Theso Hooks praelieally record about six hundred business Ir .nsaction-', comprehending Duff's original plan of business education, introduced twenty-live years ago. How far others li'ivo suc ceeded iu imitating hlin will be best seen by comparing tlio business papers and books ol oilier pupils with those ol ihe graduates of this iiistilution. Haipcr's Enlarged Edition OP DUFF'S BOOK-KEEVIKG. Price 82. PuHiCt 20 cents. SOLD IiY HOOK SELLERS GEN ERALLY. AWAHDED FOUR SILVER. MEDALS. Which, with Ihe following testimonials, indi cate iho chaiaclcr of the work : 'No other work upon Bookkeeping explains the subject wilh so much clearness and sim plicity. F. W. EDMONDS, Cashier Mechanics' Bank, Wall street, N- Y. 'As an extensive ship owner, American and Eur ipean merchant, bank director, etc., ho lias borne, the reputation of the highest orde of business talents.' J NO. W BUUN1IAM Merchant, No. Soulh street, N. Y. 'I gradual 'd.iu Duff's college in half the time I expected. His admirable system In cludes nothing superfluous, nor leaves out anything essential. .1. it. CO.MPi'ON, 'Cashier Niagara Bank, Lockport, N. Y. "Tno most completo work of I he kind I have ever fern." .1. H MUIiHY, President Exchange Bank, Pittsburgh. The most clear anil comprehensive that I have met with. JOIIN'.SNYDFn ness penmanship, time, unlimited, are 10. Tho enhugod edition ot Duff's Hook-keeping, with blanks nnd stationery at booksellers' prices, if."i. Our blanks nro mado up of (lno extra sized paper ruled complete, wi ll lull sots of auxil iaries. Wo therefore present tho business student wilh tho following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES s 1 Wo havo tho best Penman In tho west. 2 Dull 's System nf Book-keeping, (snno lloiied by the New York Chamber of Com merce,) taught by tho author. ,i The daily lectures of an experienced mor chant. 4 A saving or sevoe or eight wcoks in time of study. ft A saving of tlio sumo number of weeks board. il A saving of $0 or $7 In books and sta tionery. 7 A diploma signed by one so long and so favorably kno.vn as a preceptor, as au recount ant, ami as a merchant. For full particulars, send for circular, 71 puces, with samples of our nonuian's Business and Ornamental writing, inclosing twenty tlvo ccutB forpustago, to r. nvvv & soiv, rmNciPALS, febl7'G0-ly ' PITTSBURGH, Pa, HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUOHU. IirXMDOLD'S BUCIIU. HELMBOLD'S I5UCIIU. HELMBOLD'S BUCIIU. THE ONLY KNOWNtBEMEDY FOR DIABETES, I1UUTATI0N OF THE NECK OF THE . BLADDER,.! INFLAMMA TION OF THE KIDNEYS, ' CATARRH OF THE I JL ADDER, STKAN GUARY OR PAINFUL URINATING. For those diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot he said in its praise. A singlo do.e has been known to re lieve the most urgent symptoms. Are you troubled with that .distressing pain in the back nnd through tho hips ? A tea spoonful a day of Ilelmbold's Iiuchu will re lieve you. i PLEASE NOTICE. I make no secret of ingredients. Ilelmbold's Kwrnet Iiuchu is composed of Bueliu, Cubobs, nnd Juniper Berries, selected with groat care prepared in vamo and according to rules of ' PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY. These Ingredients aro known as tho most valuable Diuretics afforded. . A DIURETIC Is that which acts upon the kidneys. IJELMBLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU ACTS GENTLY, Is pleasant In taste and odor, free 'fiom all injurious properties, and Immediate in its action. FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL, Seo Medical Properties contained InDlspwisn- lOljr i,I IUU U. 3., OI WHICH U1C lOllOWlllglS S copy : "Bcrnu. Tts odor is slrnng, diffusive, and1 sonewhat aromatic, is taste bitterish, and analogous to that of mint. It Is-given chiefly in complaints of tho Urinary Organs, such asi Giavel, Chronic Catarrh of tho illadder, Mor--bld Irrilalion of the Bladder' nnd Uretbia,, Diseases of.lbo prostrate, and Retention or' tlio Ioconlinenco of Urine, from a loss of tono III the parts concerned iu its evacuation. It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia, tim nic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections and Dmpsy. FOR FARTHER INFORMATION Seo Professor D'ewees' valuable works on tho practice of Physic. See Remarks mado by tho celebrated Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia Seo any and all Standard Works on Medi cine, FROM THE Xj-fisJFi-Q-ESSJT MfflPilTHRISC CHEMISTS m THE WOitLD I am arfiiainted with II. T. Ilelmbold j lie occupied tho drug store opposite my residence ' and was successful hi conducting tlio business where others had not been equally so before him. I have been favorably impressed with Ids character and enterprise. WM. WEIOIITMAN, , (Firm of Powers & Welghtmnn,) Manufacturing Chemists, Ninth nnd Brown Streets, Philadelphia. From tho Philadelphia Evening llullrtin, March Kith Wo aregralilled to hear of the coniluurd suercss, in New York, of our townsman, Mr li. T. Hehnbnld, Druggist. his store, next io i ue luetropoutnn Hotel, Is la feet front, 2:10 feet deep, and rive stories in height. It is certainly a grand establishment ' and specks favorably of the merit of his arti cles. Ho retains hisOlllce nnd Laboratory in this city, which aro also model establishments of their class. The proprietor lias been Induced to make Ibis statement from the fact that his remedies. although advertised, aro Genuine Preparations, And knowing that tho Intelligent refrain from using any thing pertaining to Quackery, or Iho Patent Medicine order most of which are prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read a physician's simplest pres cription, much less competent to nrenaroiiliar- inneeutical preparations. i nese parlies resort to various moans oref cllng sales, such ns convinc nnrta of ndvar- , fisemenlsof popular remedies, and finishing kvtth certificates. Tho Science of Medicine stnlnds slinnln. aire and majestic having Fact for its Basis, eduction for lis Pillar, Truth for Its Cnnltnl. A WORD OF CAUTION Hoalth is most Important ; nnd the nlllictud should not use sn advertised medicine,' or any remedy, uuloss Its contents or Ingredients nro known to others besides tlio ninnufiiclurnr, or until thoy are satisfied of tho qualifications of tho party so offering. HELMBOLD'S'GENUINE PREPARATIONS. FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU, FLUID.EXTRACT 9ARSAPARILLA, AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH. Established upwards of 18 years, r ' Proparod by H. J.IHELMBOID. PRINCIPAL DEPOTS IIELMrtOLD'8 DRUQ AND CHEMICAL WARFAOUSIO, 004 Broadway New York. , And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT. ' lo t outh Tenth Htreet, Philadelphia Pa, , . llf AM DIUIU818TS. ' Nov. W, 18ti5-ly.