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, ' --unny, but I've got a rib iTbaby. Shadows doparted ovBter tows,' brandy julips, clmr boxes, boot,. jacks, obsoonding shirt buttons, wliiat and dominoes. Shadows present hoop skirts, bandboxes, gaiters, long stock ings, juvenilo dreases.litlle willow chairs, cradles, pap, paregono, hive syrup, soothing syrup, senna, squills and doctor bills. Shadows future more ninepound babies, more hive syrup, etc, etc. I'll just tell you how I got caught i 1 1 was al ways the greatest tea-custard , bashful fellow you ever did seei it was kinder in my line to be taken with tho shakes everv timo I saw a pretty gul ap proach me, and I'd cross the street any time rather than face one. 'Twns n't becauso I didn't like the crittors, for if I Was behind a fence looking through a knot hole, I couldu't look at one long enough, Well my sister Lib gave a party one light; and t sfayel away from home be cause I was too bashful to face the music I hungnround the house, hint ling 'Old Dan Tucker dancing to keep my feet warm, and watching tlio heads bob up and down behind the window tlirtains an.d wishing the party to break up so I could got to mv room. I smoked up a bunch of cigars, and as it was gut ting lute and mighty uncomfortable, I couclndcd to shin up tho door-post No m sooner said than dono, and I quickly found myself in bed. 'Now,' says I, 'lot her rip I dance till jour wind givis out!" and citdling under the quilts, Morpheus grabbed me. I was dreamir g of soft shell crabs and stowed tripe, and having a good time, when somebody knocked at the door and wok edmeup. 'Happed' again and I laid low. 'Hup, rap, rap I' Then I heard a whispering, and I knew there was a whole raft of girls outside. 'Rap, rap I' Then Lib sings out Jack are you in there V Yes.' say a I. Then came a roar of laughter. 'Let us in,' tays she. 'I won't,' says I: 'can't you lot a fel low alone.' 'Are you abed ?' says she 'I am,' says I. 'Get up,, says she, 'I won't, says I, Then came another laugh, by thun der ! I began to get riled. 'Get out you potticoated scarecrows!' I oried, -Can't you get a beau without hauling a fellow out of bed ? I won't; go with you I won't; so you may clear out!' Then throw ing a boot at tht door I felt belter. But presently, oh ! moral buttons, I heard a still but small voice, very much like 8:stor Lib's and, it said : 'Jack, you"ll have to get up, for all the girls' things are in there !' Oh, Lord, what a pickle ! think of mo iu a bed, all covered with shawls mud's, bonnets and cloaks, and twenty girls outside waiting 10 get in ! If I stopped I think would, have fainted on the spot. As it was, I rolled out among the bonnet wire and ribbons in a hurry. 'Smash 1' went tne milinery in every direction. I had to drcs in the dark for there was a cjack in the door and the girls will peek and the way I tum bled about was death to straw hats, the critical moment camo- I opened the door, and found myself right among iho . woman. ;Oh. my leghern,' cries one, my denr darling velvet,' cries another; and they pitched in they pulled me this way and that, boxed my ears, and ono bright eyed little piece Sal-; ,her name was put her arms tight around my neck, and kissed mo right on my lips. Human nature couldn't stand that, and I gave her as good as she sent. It was the first time I ever got a taste, and it was pow erful good, I believe I oould havo kissed thaa gal from Julius Ctosar till thcFourth 01 July. "Jack," says she, "wo are sorry to disturb you, but won't you see me heme V "Yes," said I, ' I will." I did d, it. and had another smack at the gate too. After that we took a turtlo doving af ter each other, and both of us sighing like a barrel ot good cider when wo were away from each other. "Twas at the glorious summer day tho sun was setting behind a distant hog pen tho chickens were going to roost the bulfrogs commencing their evenings songs polly wogs iu the native mud-puddles wero preparing them fur the shades .of night and Sal and nysclf sat upon an antiquited black log. listen tng to the music ot' naturo, such as tree toads, roosters, grunting pi;s; and hot and then the mellow music of a dixtant jackass was waftod to our cars by the gentle zephyrs that sighed among the million stalks, and came heavily laden with delicious oders of henroosts and p'rgstvs. The last lingering rays of the setting sun. glancing hko tho rays from the bright buttons of a solitary horse man, shone from a knot-hole in the hog. pon full in in Sal's faco, dying her hair with an orange-peel hue, and showing off my thread bare coat to a bad ad van. tag;o, One of my arms was around Sal'8 waist, my hand resting on tho small ot uur uuuk ane wag toying witn roy au burn locks of jet-black hue i she was almost gone, and I was ditto. She look el liko a grasshoppor dying with the hiccups, ami I lull like a mud turtle choked with a codflsh ball "Sal," says I, in a voice as musical as tho notes of a dying svan 'will you have me 1' Sho tnrnod her eyes hetvonward, clasped mo by tho hau l, hid an attack of tho heaves and blind staggers, and with a sigh 'hit drew hor shoestring to her palate 'Ye.' Sho g ive dear out then, and squttel in my lap. Slio oirksorewed, and I cur Unmixed, and rolled in it. I hugged her till I broke my suspenders, and her breath smelt of onions which sho bad eaten the week before, Well, to make a long story short, she sot tho day, and wo prautiood every night for tour weeks, how we would walk into the room to bo marrioil, till wo got so wo could walk as graceful as a couple ot Muscovite ducks. The night tho company, and tho min ister came, tho signal was given, and arm in arm we marched through the crowded hall. We were jut entering the parlor door, when down I went ker slap on the oilcloth, pulling S ill after me. Some cursed fellow hud dropped a ban. ana skin on the floor, and it floored me It split ' an awfiil hole in tho oasimors, right under my dress coat tail. It was too late to back out so clip ping my hand over it, we marched in and were spliced, and taking a seat, I watch ed the kissing of the brido operation My groomsman was a little tight and ho kissed her until I jumped up to take a slico, when Oh horror 1 a liulo six year old imp had crawled behind me, pulling my shirt through tho hole in my pants, had pinned it to tho chair, and in jump ing up, I displayed to tho admiring gaze of the astonished multitude a trifle more whito inu-hn than was pleasant. The women giggled, tho men roared, and, 1 got mad, but was finally put to bed, mil all my trcubles ended. POLITICAL PROSPECTS. Many credulous persons in this Slate arc sanguine enough to believe that the Johnson Democracy ro-organized, tink ered and scoured up ut Philadelphia, will givo the rebels all tho power ihey fought for from 1801 to ISC t. Can they givo any reason for this faith ? Not tho remotestor the slightest Help mu st be brought by tho voters, and the North has the voters. Can Tcnnessi c vote down Ohio? or Virginia vote down Pennsyl vania? orKloiila volo down Illinois? or Louisiana vole down Indiana? Granted that the Johnson Democracy get the undivided vote of the rebel States, how much nearer will the Sotuh be to '.he power than sho is to-day t Johnson aims to consolidate the South. Perhaps he can, just as Jefferson Davis consolidated it it) 1861, but we predict that tlm firmer consolidation will prove as baleful to our people as the latter. Why run after tho Philadelphia Con vonlirn, when it is powerless in the Federal Government I Consolidation in tho South for the President consoli dates the North tor Congress. Every State in tho North except New Jersey is under Republican control by n large majority, and New Jersey will not bo an exception nt the next election. The cruise of Freedom and Equal Rights is going forth conquering and to oouqer, The slave power is hopelessly crippled. Its hoad still wriggles and snaps its teeth, but its legs nnd arms are gone. It caii nei her strike nor advance. Every hour spent in a Democratic (Jnn vention is lime foolishly wasted The people might as well pass resolutions protesting against the course of the sea, sous, or the How of llio Cumberland liv er, as to protest against tho progress ot Republicanism. We are said to bo practicable people; let us have practiunl politics as well. Why follow hairbrained leaders whose nefarious appeals may stir up a mob but cannot argue down tho hosts of destiny? Tho Republican party is our friend, and it is ns powerful as it it friendly. It will be worth a hundred millions of capital to Tennessee if she will enrol herself in its all-conquering ranks. We havo no slave property to protect, and why do we hesitate as to the path ot duty and inter, est? Look at Ohio, l.inois and Indiana as examples of powerful nnd prosperous States guided by the precepts ot Repub licanism, . Ayo, look nt Missouri; only a few months ago boun dhnnd and foot by slavery, but now thriving irnrvohmsly under the influence ot a Republican State Government, ami so-called Radio il ! measures, it is tune wo were leai ninj; wisdom, and discarding the tossil leaders ot Johnson Dumooiacy. Nttslwille I'rns and Times, Tho Unionown Sinndtml says. Tlio gallant officer ami soldiur, Wm. S. Craft, who left ono of his loss down on the sacred soil of Virginia and who was somo months ago appointed Assistant Inspec tor of Distilleries in Luzerne t., has boon superceded hy thnt foul mouthed and treacherous Copperhead Li'uis 1). Moblcy, who opposed tho war from its commencement nud did everything in his power for (he success of tho rebell ion. Soldiers this is the way thnt tho Cop perhead love is manifested towards you this is tho way they reward your priceless services. Vallandighain begins to soe how ho missed it in not going South and fighting to destioy tho life ot tho nnl'un, instead ol staying North a n J spouting treason. Had ha fought hi tho rebel army ho would riot havo boon excluded from the great and glorious 'National Union Party at tho Philadelphia Convention. THE (Willi HAS BnnST ! A. HEDGE & SON Havo Just received a New Stock ot BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, COLLARS, NECK TIES, GLOVES, HOSI ERY, TRIMMINGS OP ALL DE SCRIPTIONS. . Wo llOVO tnsl received ft liirrrn nasnrtmunt nf tho latest kind of ready made BOOTS AND SHOES which WO Clin warrant to wenr. nnd An trnml servico. Also a few Low Priced Boots Which wo will not warrant bouirht oxornsalv tn compete with our neighbors. Don't fail to call If you want to sen good articles In our lino of trado. It will cost noth ing to look at them. Remember tho place, "Allison's Building, opposite the Court II .use." Wnyncshurg, May 2, tf. TAYLOR. & FARLEY'S MODEL ORGANS. 0.-J. WILLARD, No. C27 BROADWAY, NEW -YORK. milE MOST COMPLETE MUSICAL IN 1 8TRUMENT manufactured, und the TM odel organ OF THE WORLD 1 Combining Sweetness nnd Depth of Tone, Beautiful and Chaste In Appearance, Re fining nnd Elevating Iu its Tenden cies. For niim-chcs, Parlors or tho Boudoir it has no cqlml, and has invariably taken the KIKST PREMI UM wherever exhibited in Competition with other well known manufac turers. Thirty-four different styles, nnd from ono to twelve stops, Long Double Hollows, Double Blow Pedals, Knee -Swell, etc., etc., giving great powei and steadiness of tone. TUB SUM-BASS, applied to the Double Reed Organs, gives a volume of tone equal to n sixteon foot stop In a Pipe Organ, and when applied to our Organs containing them, and four sets of Kesris tho volume of tone Is equal t i a !$'-'m pipe organ, nnd costing only iibniit one fourth ns much. Send for Ail Illustrated Price List, giving full particulars. Address orders, O. J. WILLARD, Wholesnlo Agent, (i27 Broadway, N. Y. THE GREAT UNRIVALED V 0 S E " P A M 0 FORTE! . 1 he ehoancst first class Piano Forte la the Market. These beautiful Instruments are last whining their way into public favor. The tone is rich, full and powerful, nnd gushes forth with peculiar sweetness a melody, while the touch is easy and clastic. Are finished in rich rosewood eases, with full iron frame, over strung bass and French crand action. All have large round corners, with back fin ished like the Iront. Every instrument fully warranted fivu years. Circulars giving cor rect likeness taken from photograph, with full descriptive price list, sent free to any address on application. A EUntitiliii sons and Cl.orits WOHTII TII1IITV CKNTS, Accompanies tho Circular, and Is worthy of preservation. Dealers will no fur nished theso Beautiful In struments at tho LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES, nnd Teachers at the rates of discount. Ad dress all orders to O. J. WILLARD, Wholesale Agent, r,27 Broadway, N. Y. Wholesale agents for Win. A. Pond A-Co's, Bearduian, Gray & Co, 's. Wm. Knabe&Co.'s, and other llrsl class apinrao "oartes Circulars iriving correct likenesses of theso celebrated Piano Fortesand Taylor & Farley's Model Oig ins, tonvarded to acy address on application. The Latest Songs, Published January 1, 1 Stili, and mailed to any address free of postage. Oil, sing mo that dear old song ;tr,e We vo drank trom the same canteen, by J, G. Cinrk, nr.c Bountiful Wales, sang by J. R. Thomas, !l.-.c I'm happy ns the dsy is long, floe Somebody's Darling, nr,u Violets under tho snow, by II. Tucker, 8"o bwect bo thy repose, by J. 11. Thomas, !l"e Song ot tho spoon, n new college song, fine The Angel Guide, by Favagcr, ilno When I went courting Sallie, com'c, lino Only a withered rose. srio Mother, I havo hcird sweet music, 8.1c Pleasant dreams of long ago, !ljc CM. CIU il 11 U'.lllt.in'a li, ...... In F.jIa Kn'thi,.,.,, dear, ' 4(o IJctore I was nutmcd, O dear, Han We'll meet no more at twilight hour. :toc iieniiiiuii isiuoi miu sen, uy ,j. i(, rnouias, itoo Old don't care, by V. K. Bssf-ml, Strip. Light ol my soul, of thee I'm dreaming, Hf.o Five o'clock in the morning, 4u(! Clean nnd I, f nna by Harry Tucker, !K'c Come, Nellie dear, I'm weenimr. hv Tiu.l.-..p an ,1 1 1 ... 1 1 .. , . .... Music on tho waves, vocal duet, by Glover e nir iiiiiu iiku mu win iiiiiu, (ilvo I hu old man n chance. Ono bright moony night, cmlc, They all come home hut mine, Young man on the mi: way, When Fenians fight lor freedom Down by Hie fcato, by .?. U. Thomas, aim !Mc :we Stic 8.-.C .'Lie 20e Hfcri'iii.itria m-iifii'tn. ii.u.n I . for the same will receive their change Inclosed with the Music, or Muslo will ho selected as parties prefer. All orders promptly attended to, and nny Information cheerfully given ItKVKiiKNCKs 1 1 Hon. G. W. Pattersrn,' cx Governor of New York, Westfli.ld, N. Y T H Column. President Lake Shoru Bunk, Dun kirk, New York. NKW ftHK ClTV Itr TKHKNCBS V'lllam Pond & Co., William B. Bmdliury, Carhait! Neodlmm & Co , Siberia Olt Hugh Hlddlu Em , Geneial I Supt. Motive Power, Erie K. li Wheeler & Wilson. KTAddress Orders, O. J. WILLABD. Wholesale l'limo Forte, Orgnn & Music Denier Nn. 027 Broudway, N. Y. ' Dec 20. mi. -If T. W , ROSS. AND SUltUEON. PIIYSlCfAN rVFFICE In Jewell's building, West end of V jiiiun street, y ayncsourg, i'a. pl,.tf T. I10SKINSON, NEW GOODS ! Spring Stock. Great Variety MRS. E. S. SAYEUS & IIOSKINSON, Sayers' Comer, Wayncsburg, Pa. . MESSRS. BAYERS 4 IIOSKINSON Ffnvo Just opened nn extensive and entirely new stock of FASHIONABLE BUY GOODS Bought In tho best Eastern market, nttho vory lowest cash rates, comprising nil styles of the most fashionable and serviceable textures of Geutiemen & Ldies' Wear It Is useless to enumerate They havo every thing in the lino, with BONNETS, HATS. CAPS, BOOTS And Shoes. Wares of nil kinds, and a com plete vnriety of the bostUROC'EHlES. All of which they proposo to sell at tho very lowest figures, depending on the quality mm cheap ness of their goods to gain them custom. Nov. 2!). I8fl. f Bradley & Smith MANUFACTURERS AND. -IN- SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, Ao., &t No. 132 Woo.l Street, PITTSBURG, PA. PEOPLE OF GREENE COUNTY wishing anything In our line can be furnished on tho shortest notico and MOST REASONABLE TERMS Persons from a distance sending us ORDERS will havo them promptly attended to, nnd on account of being near Market Head Quarters wo can furnish goods CHEAPER than they can be bought elsewhere. Send lis Your Order, nnd we will give them our strictest attention nnd forward go-xlshy Express to Wnynesburg by boat or persons living in tho country can send by Pedlars and Hucksters, mnrairiifi-tf BRADLEY & SMITH. Exchange Hotel Oreo n sljoro J. V. Il-?N, Proprietor TN INVITING THE PUBLIC to his patrnn 1 age, the undersigned Ice Is confident, ilmt by his long experience, hu will be enabled to render satisfaction to nil. lie gnaiantecs the best accommodations both to nlnn and beast. May In, '(if. iy J W. IIARN RECONSTRUCTION NOT OK THE UNION BUT OF EsaacBooper's GROCERY & CONFECTIONERY 1 MR. HOOPER would still have his ilends nnd patrons bear n mind, that ho con tinues in Hie Grocery nnd Cont'cctiimcry trado nt Ids usual placo ot doing business, and that he has lust received A. Fresh Supply ' of tho best quality of all nit'cles in his line. lins-lSOnONSnnd a great variety of useful articles nlwnyson hand. 3PEFRESHMENTS, In connection with tho nbnve, Mr. Hooper Keeps ii iicsinuriuH, wnero UUJSAM, ber ries nnd all the luxuries of the season can bo obtained. The most nttrnutlvo and most popular resort iu iowii. .nine 14, l.j-iv GEOOERIES! Let All Persons COME TO WAYXKSUUKQ TO GrQt CHEAP GROCERIES OF COTTEREIi & 'JAY LOR. Proprietors of the splendid Grocery Store, foi merly owned hy Joseph Yciter. Mr. Taylor keeps on hand a.good supply of the very best SUGAR, COFFEE. TIOAS, HIC'E, MOLAS SES, SPICES, CAKKON Oil LAMPS, LAMP C1IIMNIES. SHOE FINDINGS, &c. &c, and, In fact, EVERY THING usually kept in n tlrst class Grocery Store. Two doors E ist of Wilsons Now Building Oct 1 1, '(i.-tf XJ otloo, ALL persons knowing themselves indelitod to the Hi'.i'tuu.io.tM Oi'tioK,, either for Job Work or Subscription during the six months tho paper was conducted hy Mr Walkms, will pity tho accounts to Mr. Jas. E Sayers, who is imlhorlzud tn receipt for tho satnu. L'ui)y attention tn llils matter will save cost. MESSIM UJDDIJS & CLARK. Bllg8, tlltS. E. B.SAYKR8. NEW PHOTOGRAPH Or jOl. Ii L 13 PL "ST -IN- WAYNESBURG, TENN'A. Has (lttcd up a now and splendid rhotoaraph Gallery In the third story of ALLISON'S BUILDING, Where lio Is prepared to execute PHOTOGRAPHS, AMIJUOTYPES, . MALEIANOTYPES, CARTES I)E VISITE, And all other kinds nnd sizes of pictures, In n stylo equal to the best artists. Especial atten tion will bo given to copying pictures and en larging tlieiu. All applications will bo prompt ly attended to. Their rooms aro commodious and attractive, nnd every dcslruhlo accommo dation will bo rcnc'.crcd to customers This is decidedly tlio best opportunity to secure accu rate likenesses ever offered to tho peoplo ot Greene County. Call any timo it suits you. Pictures taken any timo in tho day, nnd in nil kinds of weather. Nov. IS. IHiii. tf. WORKS I STILL continue to carry on tho Marble nS Stono cutting business nt their long esiali hslied stand immediately East of tho Public wij line, iniun career, wnyneshur. Ibis establishment has hi en tn mnotnnt operation since I sail, and the long experience nnd energy of tho proprietors, linked with the exercise ot sound judgment nnd good taste. liavo won for them a wide spread nnd enviable reputation.. Anoxtensivo stock, of tho vnrioui vaiieuesoi tne best marble kept constantly on ..mi. outran Hiicnuon paw to polishing, pressing, enrvmg ai.d engraving. All orders promptly filled. Dcoember 28. Hli2. DR. V. lflrlTMOI HAS been in successful practice for a num ber of years, with the experience of the ditlerent hospitals in Europe!, also a member of tho Analytical .Medical Institute of New York, continues to atlend to all professional cases at I is ofllco , No. U:'8 Filbert Street, Phita. No patent Medicines aro tucd or recom mended : the remedies administered nre those which will not brake down the constitution, but rcnovnto the system from nil Injuries it has sustained from mineral medicines, and leave the systcn in a healihy nud perfectly cured condition. DYSPEPSIN, that distressing discaso nnd fell destroyer of health and happiness, under mining tins constitution nnd yearly carrying thousands to untimely graves, can most cm phntlclly be cured. Melancholy, Abhcrration, that slate of Alio nath.n and weakness of mind which renders persons incapable of enjoying tho pleusbresor performing the duties of life. RHEUMATISM, in any form or condition, chronic or accute, warranted curable. Epi lepsv, or falling sickness, all chronic or stub born cases of FEMALE DISEASES radically removed ; Salt Rheum nnd every description of ulcerations . Piles and serotin ous ilisi'ases which have luilllril nil previous medical skill, can bo cured bv mv treatment: and I do say aUdiseai'S, (ves Conmiiiuiliuii) can lie cured by wearing my Medical .laeet, which is a protection to the lungs against all changes of weather in all climates having Investigated fur years the Cause and character of intermit tents (lever and ague) iu all partsofthe United Slateswill cure permanently all ehroi.ie or acute cases ot Ague and nervous discuses in a tew d ivs. CANCER CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE OR DRAWING OF BLOOD. Tape Worm, that dread to the Human Family for years, can be removed with two -r three doses of mv newly discovered remedy, warranted in all cases. Consultn Ion in the Eii(dis!i and German Languages free of charge. Will make visits any distance, If desired. May be addressed by letter (eonflilen.ially.) nnil Medicine sent with proper directions to nny part of the country. OFFK;E-No. 1)28 Filbert Street, Phila. maiL'4:'(i(i-ly PEACE HAVING BEEN MADE, WE OFFER OUR CUSTOMERS ONE OF THE LARG EST STOCKS OF DRY GOODS!! BBOC JOUiL BACfll LEATHER, BOOTS & SHOES, Hats & Caps ! IJtfKV, NAILS aiHl SALT, And n great variety of BONNETS and HATS for tho Indies, nt the towect prices that Goods have been sold for since tlio commencement ol tho War. i.V.r , VJV-Fmm 12 N2 t0 2r.cts.pervd, MUSLINS,... " 13 1-2 to 40 ' " K'i At Pittsburgh prices. IRON & Nails" ' b f m T..t... " $3 per barrel. COl'TON YARN, tit reduc.d rates. Wo havo tho eoods In storn. and nil wn noli of our friends is to call and sen for themselves for wo aro satisfied that an examination of nnr stock and low prices will repay (hem for their trotiblu. To our friends at a distance, wo ex tend a cordial invitation to call nnd see their old friends who me always glad to see them, for we can assuro them that it will repay them ior mu irouum. VV. H. M'COY & CO. Tho old stand of W. II. M'COY, Grecnsbo ro. Greene County, Ptnn'a. . May 10, ';-.. tfl PIAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING THE FINEST STYLE. Our prices onnnnt bo surpassed for cheap ness by any other eStnblNhmont in this part of the State. Parties wishing dono should bIvo us a ca'l. Yo are ready at ' all times to do unythlmj in tho printing lino. 'rttt, Founded in 1840 AND INCORPORATED BY LEGISLATIVE CHARTER, mHEONLY INSTITUTION OP THE tftND 1 in the Union conducted by a Practical bu siness man. Our hiuhest Commercial Author- ities, east nud west, pronounce his systems of noon-Keeping uneuunled comprehending every department of business, nnd yet so skillully condensed that tho attentive student masters the whole in six of eight weeks. It consists ot . 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OUR RAILKUAUIiUUlv-KKKl'ING, (in manuscript,) exhibits tho construction nnd equipment, tlio cperaung receipts ami expen ditures i the hoods closed nnd a dividend re corded. These books nro advertised by others but not taught elsewhere in the cily. Our new system of PRIVATE RANK BOOKS, (in manuscript,) embraces all the best forms in uso among private winners, uur new en larged edition of Duff's Steamboat Book-keep ing. Our full course of business praclic in- T . " . f J-""'; is pleasant In taste and odor, fteo'fiom all jrwaiiiiir". nnd iii It IOKS, 4 UllSIl HOOKS. 4 HOICB HOOKS, i IIIVOICO I Books, I Discount Book, 1 Check Register, I Deposit Register, 2 Collection Registers. I Tickler, I Hands' Register, I Freight Hook, 2 Passage Books, I Fuel Hook. I'henH limiU practically record about six hundred business Ir nsaeliou, comprehending Duff's original plan ftf business education, introduced twenty-five years ago. How far others havo suc ceeded In imitating him will bo best seen by comparing the business papers nnd hooks ot other pupils with those ot the graduates of this institution. ilaiper's Enlarged Edition OK DUFF'S BOOK-KEE LG. I'rirc S3. 1'oH i c. 20 cents. SOLD UY ROOK SELLERS GEN ERALLY. AWARDED FOUR SILVER MEDALS. Which, with the tolloning testimonials. Indi cate tlio character of the work : 'No otlnr work upon Bookkeeping cxplaids the subject with so mueli clciimcss and sim plicity. F. W. EDMUNDS, , Cashier Mechanics' Bank, Wall street, , N Y. 'As mi extensive ship owner, American nnd Eur ipcan merchant, bank director, etc.. ho has horno the reputation of tho highest nrdo of bustuess talents.' JNO. W BURNHAM Me'.elmnt, No. H South street, N. Y. '-I craduat.d in Dulf's college In half the time I expected. His admirable system in cludes nothing superfluous,' nor leaves out anything essential. J. It. COMPTON, Cashier Niagara Bank, Look port, N. Y. 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HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU. 4 ' , HELMBOLD'8 BUCIIU. HELMBOLD'8 BUCHU. IIELMBOLD'S BUfllU. THE OSLY KNOWN BlMitnV trvd "1 ' . i . :. ; ' DIABETES, IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER, INFLAMMA TION OF THE KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE BLADDER, STRANG GUARY OR PAINFUjl TJRIKATING. For those diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, nnd too much cunnot be said in its' praise. A single dose has been known to re licvo'tho most urgent symptoms. ' Arc you troubled with that distressing pnln tn the back nnd through the liips f A tea spoonful a day of Ilulmbold's Bucuu Will re lievo you. PLEASE 'NOTICE. I make no secret of ingredients. Ilelmbold's Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cnbebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with great cure, prepared In vacuo and according to rules of PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY. Thoso Ingredients aro known as the most valuable Diuretics afforded. A DIURETIC Is Unit which nets upon the kldncysi ii!:i,ii!inji- i;vnt ii'Niinir ACTS GENTLY, FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL Bee Medical Properties contained in Dl.ipensn lofy Ol tllo V i B.i of which lbs following bt copy i ' "Bcciii;. Its odor Is strong, diffusive, nnd somewhat aromatic, i's taste bitterish, nnd analogies' to thnt of mint. It is given chiefly in complaints of tho Urinary Organ such ns Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the illadder, Mor bid Irritation of tho Bladder nnd VMM, Diseases of the prostrate, and Retention o tho Incontinence of Urine, from a loss of tonil ; In the part's concerned in Its evacuation. It has ulso been recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rlieunintism, Cutaneous Affections, and Diopsy. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION See Professor Dowers' valunblp works on the piiuiice of Physic. See Remarks made by Iho celebrated Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia See nny and all Standard Works on Medi cine, FROM THE" I It THE WOULD I nni acquainted with n. T. Ilelmhold ; lid occupied the di ng store opposite my residence nud was successful ii conduct ing the business' where others hud Hot been equally so before' him. I havo been favorably impressed with' his character nnd enterprise. WM. WEIGHTMAN, (Firm of Powers & Wclghtmnn,) Miinut'i'cturiiig Chemists, . Ninth nnd Brown Streets, Philadelphia1' From tho Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, March I nth Wo nrc gratified tn hear of tho continued success, in New York, of our townsman, Mr II. T. Helmbnld, Druggist. His store, next to the Metropolitan Hotel. Is 28 feet front, 2:10 feet deep, and five stories in height. It is cot tninly a grand establishment, and specks favorably of tho merit of his arti cles, lie retains his Office ond Laboratory in this city, which nro also model establishments of their class. The proprietor has been Induced to make this statement from tlio fact that his remedies, although advertised, an) Genuine Preparations, And knowing that the intelligent refrain from using nny thing pertaining to Qunckery, or tho Patent Medicine order most of which am I nrcpnrcd by self-styled Doctors, who are too . 1 Ignorant to read n physician's simplest prcs- " ----- u....r.UDw ago crll'""ni much loss competent to prepare plnu maccutlcal nrcDnrntlnna. . I All, Ml, .HUM III! MB 1111111, IIIIIU lir HSUIPH&L A WORD OF CAUTION.-Hoalth is most I Important ; ond the afllictod should not use nn iiiivi-riiscu mctiii.-iiiu, or nny remedy, unless Its contents or Incrcdlcnts are known to others besides tho manufacturer, or until they aro satisfied of tho qualifications of tho party srV offering. HELMBOLD'S'GENUINE- PREPARATION, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID.EXTRACT 8ARSAPARILLA, AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH. Established upwards of 10 years. Prepared by H.J. HELMBOLD. rniwciiMi, 3EI'OTS IIRLMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAR1 AOUSE, fill! Broadway New York? And nd IIELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT. Smith Tenth Street, Philadelphia Pa, nr all nninifitBTH Nov. 13, 186fl-fljr.