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AND DEPARTURES bP THE
AIIJ3T0 AND FROM WAYNEHBURUi
From Wayneshurg to Wayneshnrg. arrival,
wediicdaya,.7U p. m.j departure, Wednesdays,
B, . m. (via Juneytnwn.l
From Wayncshurg to Willow Tree, arrlvnl,
Wedueadayt, 11 a. in.; departure, Wednesdays,
From Washington Pft. to Waynesburg, arrival
Ually-.TU p. m.; mxcept Sundnyij departure dally,
H 34 P- ni-t (except Sundays).
From Rice's Landing lo Wayneshnrg, arrival
dally, a, b. m., (exevpt Sundays,) departure dally,
$, a. m., except Sundays).
From Waynasburg, Fa. to Cameron, W. Va.,
arrival .Tuesdays ami Saturday, S, p. m., depar
ture, Monday and Fridays, 8, a. m.
From Waynesburg to West Alexander, Wash.
Co., Pu, arrival, Friday, 7, p. m., departure,
Saturdays. T, a. m. -
From Waynesburg to Morgaptown, W. Va.,
arrival, Wednesday, 5, p. m., departure. Thurs
days, s, a. m.
From Waynesburg to Mlddleboorne, W. Va.,
arrival, Wednesdays, 6, p. m., departure, Tues
days, a. m.
NKW AnvKRTlSRMRMTS. The attention of
our reader! ! specially directed to the follow
ing advertisements, which appear for the first
time la our paper to-day. -
. Dry Goods Frank M'Oursan.
TJ. 8. Internal It-venue Notice.
Business Man's Commercial College
Railroad Mkktiw. We sro requested to
state thrtt a Railroad meeting will he held In
Jacksonville, on July 17th tn'it. An enthusi
astic turnout is expected. Prominent speak
er will be present.
PoLDi'r.ns' Moxbhknt. It is s duly the cnun
ly owe t to her fallen sons th.it a monument,
however .plain, should be erected lo their
memory. " A beautiful freestone design has
been shown us, tint will cist hardly fit, nun
The eastern side of the Court House HU ire U
a suitable place. Who will move In this
work f who will stirgest a plan f
Dr. Williams' Invlirnriitnr and Hair Renew
cr for sale at G. W. Roberts & Co's.
Thompson's Tooth Snap, the best prepanf
tlon tor cleansing the teeth, at G. W. Roberts
A Co s. Drug Store.
No Hasans. We arc frequently Interrogat
ed, and very properly, ns to why the town
ship Auditors ty not furnish their bounty stntevtents
for publication t We are In profound Igno
rance on thin question, unless it may he from
the inrlination that some people have to diso
bey the law and thereby Incur its peualties.
Bi.AcKnKiunKS are selling at 15 cts. per gal
Ion anil plenty of them.
Small-Pox. For the past few days the
word has been circulated that several cases of
small pox existed among the colored popula
tlon of our town. We have good authority
for denying the statement. Tho disease pre
valent is not that fearful malady but the more
harmless chicken-pox. We tell this to revive
the blackberry business !
For the lct vinegar go to G. W. Roberts &
Co's. lni" r-tmc.
Town Clock. A glance at the cupola of
our really elegant Court House convinces us
of the prnclihility, and the usefulness, to say
nothing of the ornamental, such an addition
would be to the structure. Here is a caj ital
chance for ouf present Commissioners to im-
mortnlize tlicrtselves. The tour of the bell in
utter years would ring pleasantly in their ears,
and the grams of the tax-grumblers would
ring ti-plcastutly from the present down into
after yean and nu after that !
A splendid assortment of Perfumery and
Toilet Soups at G. W. Roberts & Cos.
A Tkrriblk Evil in Oca Midst. We al
lude to the places In our Borough where spir
ituous liquors arc being sold under the name
of a "wholesale business." It is indeed a
"wholesalo business," in one sense that of
making drunkards by the wholesale, and pro
ducing a wholesale demoralization of the
community. We believe that these venders
of liquors are liable to indictment and con
viction under tho law. We have examined
the law in regard to the matter and nre satis
fied that they have no right to sell liquors in
any quantity or in any way whitevcr, under
the license which they have. Why do not
the proper officers see to the enforcement of
the law ?
For the best Paint Rrushes go to G. W.
Roberts Co's. Drug Store.
Nicr Clip. On Monday last we noliccd
the sale of one of the finest wool -clips yet
put la market It was sold by Mr. Andrew
Johnson, of tp., and bought by Mr.
Jno. Ilagcr, for Scott & Myers. The whole
weight was between seven and eight, hundred
pounds, averaging two and three fourth 11m.
to the fleece and was sold for fifty one cents.
The same firm on Monday last shipped four or
five thousand pounds east.
Fainta, dry and In oil, at G. W. Roberts 4
co s. .Drug store.
Caked. Last week 1. Black, of Wash
ington and Jefferson College was presented
with a beautiful, gold headed, ebony cane,
with this inscription : "Presented to James
Black, D. D., Vice President of Washington
and Jefferson College, as a token of esteem,
by the Freshman Cass of 1857." J. Lynn
Reed, was the spokesman In behalf of the
class, and in a. very neat and appropriate
speech tendered the present The Doctor
responded in a most happy manner.
Mishler's Herb Bitters for Dyspepsia, at G.
W. Robcru & Co's. Drug Store.
Some of our Co temporaries seem to think
ttat the tllumph of their cause depended, tike
the fate of Jericho, upon the amount of noise
made In these days ot refinement and luxury,
an article of real Intrinsic merit is soon appre
ciated t hence the unbounded and unparal
leled success of PLANTATION BITTERS.
This remedy has ever and always been
found reliable. As a general stimulant and
tonic appetizer it cannot be excelled. It is no
doubt a sovereign remedy for stomachic dis
ordersfor Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, and
in stimulating a healtSy appetite,
Maonoua Watbb. A delightful toilet arti
cle superior to Cologne and at half the price.
Cum or Taut. The present term of
Waynesbnrg Couege will close on- Thursday,
Sept IS; 1867. ,
Wobds or ExcocuoEMKlrr. We return
thanks to our brethren of the press for their
kind words. From the many who have thus
noticed us we extract the following!
"The Waynesburg RepubScan Is one of the
best conducted and most enterprising weekly
newspapers In the State, and ia eminently
worthy of encouragement and Support Irom
the Republicans of Greene County." rills.
"Our fiiend Bayers has mads a real lire
pner of the Republican, and battle manfully
for the right against the heavy odds with,
which he has to contend In his own county,
lie deserves, and should receive a liberal sup
port at the hands of the loyal men of Greene. "
"Pie Republican is radical In politics, and
we regard it as one of the moat Interesting
local sheets on our exchange list It is well
conducted, ably edited, and deserves a "big"
support troin the Republicans of Greene
n e are glad lo know that our labors are
appreciated by those best qualified to judge,
and will aim to improve as the paper grows
older. Give us a liberal patronage and the
Rcn-nLiCAN will show it!
P. A W. R. R Preparations have been
mud" for the surveying ot this road up the
Coroxkr Tne IMnocratlo County Con
vention nominated Win. B. Stewart, of Mor
gan tp., for this office.
List or Lkttkrs Remaining In the Post
O.llce at W.iynesburg, Urei.-uu Co., Pa., Au
gust it, lfli;7.
A Henry Amos, Joseph Adamson, Esq,
Ho:s s Ailams.
11 M iry J. B iyarl, C. J. Burk, 2, Jacob
Bachrath, Jerome Beaver, James Bradford,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bonebraker, Molllo Bishop,
Mrs Kale Brant.
C Jacob Cole, Esq.. Samuel Crayne, Jas.
P. GVsg-ny, Isaac Clark.
D UiJeon Driver, F Diemcr, BenJ. Dela
E Tilly Ely.
F Rebecca Fleming, James Fonner, Chas,
Frost, It. P. Finley
G Edna G uns, Kate Gordon, Terriuda
Graham, Jemima Graham, O ker Good, Jas.
A. Gref. Messrs. Garman & Co.
II D. M. Harper, F.q , Miss Martha Hoge,
Charlotte Hoolliek, Lizzie II. Ilarwond, Mary
J. Herod, W. T. Hanlin, Jr., John T. Hoge,
Jitmes E. Haas.
I Mullssi! Jemlson, G. 8. Jemlron.
K John H. Kent, H. B. Kent.
L Miss Martha E. Ling, Miss Lizzio E.
Lucas, Mrs Lizzie II. Linn, John G. Lcmly,
M-Simon Martin, T. W. McConnlc, E. II
McClelland, llufty Moredock, J. II. McClel
land, J. S. Mcsser.
N-W. P. Ncgley.
P-Miss Mary E. Philips, Miss Nan D. Pi
att. R William Rinehnrt, Clemma Roberts,
Rennet Roberts, 8. S. Rinchart, II. F. Riuo
hart, W. E. & A Rank.
8 Slater Shriver, Kate F. Shark, Jacob
jShotta, Thop-as H. Sharpneck, E. C Ste
phens, Miss Margaret Smith, Mrs. David Scott
T-Matthew Thompson, Joshua Thomas,
Rr , Mrs. Mary Thomas, Geo. W. Taylor &
V Mess Vaurher, Rev, Samuel Vanetto,
W Miss Menerva Wllion, Samuel Waters,
G. W. West, Mrs. Rebecca M. Wood, Alex
Z Jane II. Zook.
Jo8F.ru Cookb, P. M.
A New Stock of Fine Toilet Soaps, Just
received, ut liraiien s Drug more.
Frank MlGrroar Is now oienlus the larg
est and best assortment of Fancy Goods and
Notions ever brought to this town, all of
which will he sold at the lowest rates. Drop
in and examine the stock. Specialty in Fans,
Dress Buttons, Perfumery, Cuff Buttons, Pins
and Ear Bobs, Ac., Hosiery, Handkerchiefs
Hair Nets, Collars and Cuffs, Shirt Fronts,
4a, in profusion.
All of Aycr's Patent Medicines, for salo at
at Bradun's Drug Store.
A Plka to MmsTKiis. There are some
clergymen who never appear to take note of
the weather. The exercises are opened with
a five minutes' prayer, followed by the read
ing of a Psalm and a portion of tho New
Testament, singing of a six-verso long meter
hymn, the reading of th? Song of Moses, a
prayer of twenty minutes by the watch, sing
ing ol six more verses, a dull sermon of forty
fivo minutes, a four-verse hymn, another
prayer of reasonable length, nnd a few pulpit
notices, the doxology, and finally the bene
diction Now when it is remembered that
tho days arc hot, and tbn churches anything
but cool, where sex'ons clo:a doors and com
pel the nudienro to breathe twice or three
times the same atmosphere, ia it any wonder
that our thoughts are not upon heaven and
heavenly things ?
All of Dr. Jnvnc's Patent Medicines, for
sale at Braden's Drug Store
Orn farmers have almut finished gathering
one of the most plentiful harvests they have
been blessed with in many years. Corn,
Oats and Potatoes arc coming on nicely.
Qr-EER Tastb. From s handsome, brick
red, tho color of tlu Court House has been
changed to a dull, m l-cohr.
The following is the programme of Com
mencoment Exercises held In Washington on
the 1st Inst, with tho names of tho graduates.
The productions are spoken of as being schol
arly and marked by good delivery:
Latin Salutatory, (second honor) J. Hog.
Wilson. Merrittstown, Pa.
Jfinglish Salutory, (third honor) J. V. Cel
lars, Carroltton, Pa.
Philosophical Oration, (fourth honor) D. K.
M'Knlght, Jr., Mt Lebanon, Pa.
Duties of the American Scholar, W. J. BoU-
man. Franklin, Pa.
"Don't Disturb Quiet Things, "David Brown,
Sparkle's Mills, Pa.
Sublimity of an Earnest Life, John A.
Campbell, Hancock Co , W. Va.
Our Country's Dangers, John M. M'Doweli,
The True Statesman, Geo. E. O'Neal, Steu
The Seeds of Things, T.D. Wallace, New
The World's Progress, Jesse & Wilson,
College Experience, B 8. Wylle, Washing
Valedictory, (first honor) Rob Roy M G.
Lm Bor. Jas. Courtwrlght of RtchhiU
tp., hsd hit leg broken in two places, recent
ly, by the overturning of a wagon leaded
with bay, apon which ha was Mated. The
borsee' attached bsvtaj ftlghtaned tad ran'
off- '- .. .. . ,
'(She 23ttynebicir0 '2ftcfwb(tCCTn) Scilncfibag, wgui J80T.
It your mother's first eousiu's brotber-in
taw married ydur family physician's aunt, the
family physician's last patient's eldest (laugh
ter's intended husband should inherit the
propriety. Bee Coke on Gas Works. Guiher
sells the cheapest goods in town snil he don't
Care who knows it I
-Llndsey's Blood Searcher, for sale at Bra
oen s Urug store.
Tub Venango Citizen comes to. ns with four
and a balf long columns of Sheriff's Sales, In
il Somebody evidently didn't strike "lie,
but will b severely bit when the auctioneer's
hammei comes down.
Wurrsa Coal. We observe that quite
number of our citizens are already laying In
their supply of coal for winter use. We
would advise one and all to do likewise, as
prices will surely advance as cool weather ap
Notices of SSarrinae nnd Dtth inserted freet
t'tt alt Tritiutee of Respect and Obituaries eh irqed
exijht em ts a tins. As money must be advanced to
tecw trior insertion.
HUDSON Of Typhoid Fever atherrcsl-
nence in Newtown urenno uo fa., on tun
morning of the 27ih ultimo, Mrs. Sarah J,
Hudson, consort of W. U. Hudson, In the
Slth year of her age.
She was sn exemplary wife and lnd"lent
mother. A stricken husband and sorrowing
child, together with a numerous train of re
latons, weep sa l tears over the chances and
changes of time ; but their Is moderate sor
row compard with thosi who have no hope
They can well exclaim
"How lovely was her anjel hrm,
Rich hair ami lustrous eyes,
A gem lo i b autifiil fur earth,
God took her to the stiles "
She early In life rought and i btained pardon
at the foot of the cross ; and by pious deport
nient proved herself to be a truly christian
character, both in principle an 1 practice.
She bore her suffering with Ilia', patience,
which always marks tho child of God.
When aware that the moment ol desolutlon
was drawing nigh, she requested that a splrilu
al adviser might ba called In, with whom,
Rev. Westfatl, she left the brightest evidence
that she was iu tho "straight and carrow
path" that leads to Immortality. After prayer
and singing she g ive her spirit back to God,
who gave it. Sleep on Sarah :
"We'll sometimes dream your pleasant
Still on us sweetly fill j
Your tones of love we'll faintly hear
Our names in sadness call.
We know that you are happy,
With your angel plumage on ;
But our hearts are very desolate,
To thiuk that you are gone."
C. C, Hardin.
BABBITT Sabbath last Au. 4th. Mrs.
Susan Babbitt, of consumption.
CLARK At the parents residence near
.Monroe, lowa, on l tie ixtli day ot .May. 1HII7,
Willie, the son of T. W. and Lctlie Clark.
aged 13 days.
WAYNKSurno, JulySl, 1W,
Corrected Weekly for the ItKi'i-iiLK'AN.
Mutter (rrmh roll,) f V
KK V d
I'oiutocs y busb
2 00(15.2 i")
Tallow v li
Country Soup y Pi
I)ritd lVm-hi w tb
FI.OUII AND 11I1AIN.
Flour V bbl
Hye r busb
iru p oiikii
Colter V B
Tea r n
isrown isuicur v I".
Id'llmil Nuimr Hi
MoliMHcs (N. Orleans,)
orhum Y gal
Hull f bbl
PITTftlll HUM MARKETS.
The sencrnl niurki'tM liuvc Ii..iii nomnfimHi.oit-
dull during tin- past week, the v. .hum' of liusN
ncss, in iiiti iigutvgutf, Ik-iiik light, though In
some article!, there 1h a Inlr fobbing trade. The
imprcHNloii prevails, and Willi good reason too
that nrlccM must no mi 1 1 1 lower. Itnlh
iiimI iitiilfi-H art fmU'iivortnir ly everv ii'wsihLi
iitcitiiMto Im p their ntwk down lo the lowest
vmslll limit, unl It $ thin, more tlntit imyi hliig
. irtv, uiut in iriitMHiiK HIIU H'MilCMIlg llUSlUC'tjMi
CIUAIN AND Fl.lll'It.
Wheat. Penn'tt. and Ohio, Winter Red ti 13:12 20
tyry bush si Mm
lulsvi bush ?ft
Cornt hush lis
spring Wheat it inw.u :t
winter winat LjuOwltj ou
Sugar Cured Hums
I'otntm-s, bid i jyii mi
! l 'i
own .Minies liiu aim.?.-, mi
I 'mcAoo, August .1, W17,
FLoi-R Very dull and lower.
WHEAT Dull : Hides of No 2iuirinr nt. SI fifta
Coax Quiet; No. I, nt Mie ; No. 2, 8Htfa83c.
Oath Dull, nt Wi:lc.
ltVE Firm nnd Ic.V lower? nt IHVifaV'fi.r Vn
1; NSrnmic for No. 2. ...
liAKi.KY null nnd nominal.
l'HiiVLHIoxa Active; .Mens pork, $23 50621.
I. Alio Quiet at 12o.Mc.
11KKF CATTI.B Dull ut ST23iai77." for fair In
lliMis Dull atM"S.7 00 for for good to choice
V i ri.
ftiiKLC Dull and nominal.
Since the published announcement
of tho intention of the Treasury De-
nartnicnt to ismie a tractional-currencv
note of the denomination of fifteen
cents, a large numlxr of letters have
been received reqiiestino; samples, and
ftirtlier information in regard to the
iroiiosctl new issue. Some parties
inve enclosed amounts of money in
their letters for samples of the notes,
but these will not be ready for some
weeks, as the water mark for the
paper is not completed.
The lock-out which has prevailed
in the Pittsburg iron works for the
past nine months has come to an end.
When the mills stopped the price paid
to boilers was nine dollars. The iron
masters ofl'ered seven dollars. A
compromise has been effected on eight
dollars-with the stipulation that
should the price of iron decline there
shall be a further reduction.
JoHS W. Snowdex, late private of
Company E. Second Regiment of
rennsylvania Uavalry Volunteers, is
represented to have died in one of the
Southern' prisons during the rebellion.
Any person acquaintad with tbc cir
cumstance, and data of his death will
confer a great favor upon his psreata
a commnnioating ut lacta to the
(ton of the Bedford njumK '
49-IIelmbold'a Hold Extract
ts a certain eurs Ibr diseases of the
BLADDF.lt, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY,
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE COM
PLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY,
and all diseases of the Urinary Organs,
whether existing In
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no matter
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the us of a
If no treatment Is submitted to, Consumption
or Insanity may ensue. Our Flosh and Blood
are supported from these sources, and the
. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
and that ot Posterity, depends upon prompt us
of a reliable rrmody.
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Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Ml Broadway, New York, and
101 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
rvFor Non-Retention or Incontlnn-
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ation of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the
prostrate glands, stone In the bladder, calculus,
gruvol or brick dust deposits and all diseases of
the bladder, kidneys and dropsical swellings.
Use IIblvijold's Fuiin Exthaot Bccuc
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3-Dr. Whlttlesy taken pleasnre In an
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that lieluutreturnad to Washington and resum
ed practice) atfets old stand, corner of Main and
Chestnut Ktrcji-Ui, wtere ho can be found at all
times by those ivlsliln to consult him in regard
to dl.tt'usu and their treatment. The Dri deems
it unnecessary to enter luto the details of his
theory und practice, as from hundreds of cases
which he hua treated with complete success In
Washington and adjoining counties, the public
are more or less acquainted with his system.
He would, however, say that during his real.
denco InClnciunattl he had experience In hosnl.
tal practice, making weekly visits to the prlticl
pal hospitals of tho city, coming In contact with
chronla diseases of every type ond kind, and
having ample opportunity to witness the clfbot
of tho most approved and scientific modes of
treatment, tho Doctor has also ndded to hlsofflce
a very tine .Microscope, which enables him to
make Optical, Chemical, and Microscopical ex
aminations of any case. Hint may bo presented,
In short, to reduei medical Diagnosis by means
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II I I.I. A,
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t!.if anhood and Youthful Vigor are re-
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.To my Friend and Patrons.-I have,
as many of you are aware, aold'my Dental prac
tice to Dr. J. S. Her tig. He lins been engnged In
the practice of Dentistry for seven years, the lat
tor half of which time I have been acquainted
with him anil his professional career, and know
him to be an honorable, upright, energetic man;
ns well ns one of the most careful and successful
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frienda and pleasant ncrinulntnnccs. I go to
seek nnotherhome, expecting to see but few of
yon again In the present state, but cherishing a
fond hope to meet you all in the land of the Just.
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mini cheek. Debility Is accompanied by many
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tl-The Utnry of Jinn I Ntrenrth.
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WErrnr or Youth.-A gentleman who
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a-Hchiiholrt' ntrnct nnrhn nnd Im
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and thnt dread disease Consumption ts nnex
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?-TUe no mora anpleswtnt and
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Jhttrd Cfeaatltatlaas meataresl ky
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uuhiiichs unu uruamentai renmansnip per
mouth 10 00
Comon English llranchcspcr month 10 00
Algebra, fhonography and Business Correspon.
uencu accoruing to ugroenicui,
All our specimens are executed with a pen.
A full course can bo completed in eight weeks.
For circular or specimens, address
8j7-3mos. N. SHAFFER.
EW STORE 1
rias Just opened a Art class
STOCK OP DRY GOODS,
CLOTIUNO, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, AC, 40.
In the Store Room of Ooorgo E. Minor, and
nearly opposite the Farmers' dt Drovors' Nation
This stock Is
ALL NEW AND FRESH I
He would respectfully Invito the public to call
ami examlno his large nnd fiishlonabln stock.
Ills tnsteand experience In selecting goods : his
energy and determination to please (ho public
I1UJ1 icuui-ii-u JUSU
FIRST CLASS STORE !
Ills stock embraces a large assortment of
GENTLEMEXS' CLOTHING I
of tho most fnsblnnnhlo and durablo qualities.
junu, ma iinest (unniy oi
LADIES' DRESS OOODS, HEAVY DRESS
SILKS WITH WHITE EDGE,
nnd a full assortment of Fancy Figured Silks of
mi eiiiiirn. jiso, r.liiliress tioin, ropiins, .MO
rnmblcilli'S, Wool Detains double widths, fllk
Shawls, Itlstorlshnwls.sllk Hncuues iiitcststyle.
l'nrasols, Fancy Fans, English Ribbons nnd
other ribbons of all colors und widths- Hals,
wreiiins unu rtowers -im Ilanilkerclilefs and
cmuruiuuries, and a lull assortment of
TRIMMINGS IN GENERAL.
Also. Counter Tanes. I,nee Curtains. Plnnn
govern, .iitrnjueun viivera. nine iiioio covers, an'l
in snorta iuii siock m nu goous usually kept In
a first class Trimming Htoro.
uon i inrger ine fiiace, in tne nfcW HTUHB
mii ol ueo. E. .Minor.
";7-n KitANK. iiravnoAN,
Ity virtue of a writ of Venditioni Esnonns. It.
sued nut of the Court of Common Pleas of Oreeno
county, arm lo me uirecteii. there will boexpos.
ed to public snle at tlie Court House, In Waynes,
THE 31st DAY OF AUGUST
iis-.il. rsv- siit.- . im.n, . in,, inu lilt l I W 1 propPr-
tv. viz: All the riitlit. tile. lntpnat txmt fh.im
ui m-it'ii'inm m, in, anu ioa co rutin irwioi init'X
Hiitinic in ueiuer lOwnMJiip. uruuno count v. Va..
ONE HUNDRED ACUE3 !
more or l?q, nbont twonty-flvo ncrc rlrM
nilJoinliiKlftiKlH of JcMse Bcott, EpluiuroJMoiTis,
TnkiMi In exerution the nroDrtr of .Tntrunn
ChetlittvTHl tho suit of the First 'tlnnfil linnlr
HEATH JOHNS, HherlfT,
8. INTERNAL REV. NOTICE.
All persons wishing Oovernment t.loens nr
iniorninuon aa ro me pnvment or otner (ovem
ment Tuxes, residing In Division No. ff, compos
ed of Marlon, Franklin, Wayne, Alleppo, till.
nmre.Hprlnglilll, centre, Jackson, Itlchblll and
Morris townships will call on me at mv office In
wnyiiPKoiirg, Ml.'iu.-s ni. r.HAKT,
V. s. Aas't Assessor Plv. No. 8, 21th Dlst. of Pa.
IH9T NATIONAL HANK,
I). Bonkb, Pres't.
May Id; IW-ly.
DI1LEB I!f BOOKS 1KD STATI05XRT,
Wall Paper. Window Paper. Ac. Sunday School
Rooks of all kinds constantly on hand, room in
Mrs. Rush's building, formerly oocupled by t'ot
terell & Taylor, Wayuesburg, Pa.
May 9, 'i-ly.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
mis strut, orrosiTi cocat hocsc
Keens on hands always a choice and scloct as
sortment of Watches and Jewelry. Repairing
done st tlm lowest rate. ;l:'tfr-ly.
M. T. WEllB, JR.,
SADDLE AMD HARNESS ITAKSIr, .
(IN WILSON'S BUILDING, MAIN ST.)
Saddle, Bridles, Harness kept on hand and
made to order. Work done In the beat style, and
at reasonable rates.
rRepalrlnc a speelality on short notice.
Farmer friends go look at his stock, 4&-ly.
SUMMERSOILL & BRO. ,
(jiwsLt'S old ITAjrxk, crnB uro or TOWS.)
The public are respectfully Informed that Bnm
mersglll Bro. have Jost received a lane stock of
all kinds of , ...... ( . ;
worm, max wa an praparw u rarntM work M
iannsbla tsrsaa oa short aotieo. Call and em
amln our stock, Hjlest, out prkeea, be tor par.
rjlUE GREAT RADICAL NEWSPAPER,
FOEHE Y'S PRESS
NO COMPROMISE WITH TRAITORS I
OR TBI BEST AND CHEAT 1ST HIWIrAftft
A flrst-elasa Double-sheet Elglit-psgs paper, eon
talnlng Forty-sight columns.
Published every morning, Southwest corner of
wTam aaa umhsui Ereis, rniuuisipiua.
t.00 Per Annum,
1.00 For Six Months,
4.00 For Three Months.
TRI -WEEKLY PRESS.
1.00 Per Annum,
'4.0O For Six Months,
1.00 For Threo Months. '
THE SUN DAY PRESS.
3.00 Per Annum,
1.00 For Six Mouths.
THE WEEKLY PRESS,
TUB HOST VALUABLE WETOLT NBWSrArBB t
It contains Items of Interest to every one.
READ THE TERMS I
One Copy $j 00 per annum
ri.vmJici , v ug
Tou Copies 17 60
Twenty Conies S3 00
to tue gutter up oi a ciud or Ten or mora Cop.
lea an extra copy will be given.
All orders should be addressod to
Filltor nnrl PpAnHkln.
8. w. cor. SEVENTH andCIIK-STSUT ats.,
THE RUSH 13 NOW AT
lie respectfully Informs the eltlzens and nhvai.
clans generally, that be has rocutvod the largest
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
ever offered In this market .which he will
than can bo purchased anvwhora else In the
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS!
Drv nnd In oil. of the verv bnst nnnHtv rhim nr
l(tUI4 fclltj sJIlUUJU'OI
of tho very finest selection.
OLD LIQUORS I
of all kinds, the finest that can be procured In
UNYIELDING LUNO SYIiUP I
A rnrnwiv tinsnmnmM for thnrnro nf MonHlnrr
or inn lunes, npltCliiK of hlrmil, norfncM of tho
urmwi nnu ciitttt. will pIiuiiko tlio frnil ynllnw
complexion toonnof heullh, and wilt dire rivn
pfpHiii. Thin Hyrup in nnn of tho mont uWul
inffllclnfK of lliu diiV. Thin In n Infn ttioilinlnn
nnd wo do not know of it full Inn in a RlnRle cumo
Also, nil oilier prominent pfttnt medlelnp"
alwiivR on Irnml,
ouet her with tho f'onirh Kir
theltCHt ill usn for i,rnMi nf lh
thrwitcoDijhH At?. . .. t
Also, a yrup tho only remedy for hooping
vtniKii, mi iur pjuiu ui rj, uuonoaugu uruff ."uior.
ATTORNKT AND COCNSELLOR AT LAW.
la nihil tlon to other bmlncss will uttrnd in n
on in itanKrupicy inni may iM-sntruaterl to hli
care. OOlce, opixjslte Drug fetors of O. W. Rob.
erls 4 Co.
A. TINKER n. L. MAPEL.
IINKER & MAPEL,
FOR THE SALE OF
HOGS, CATTLE AND SHEEP,
AT THEIR OWN VARUS,
WEST BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
ADJOINING MD. LIVE STOCK SCALES.
Consignments respectfully solicited. Aircnm-
niiiiiieHiiuim prmnpiiy answered. I'nst iiuice
Auurewi iiox im v.i-v.
AND OTHER PURPOSES.
K Mater al It stands unrivalled A
mastlo It adapts Itself to every shapv and slope.
Non-combusllbie. imnervirms. niinapyniintl vn
FROST DOES NOT CRACK NOR IIEAT
DISSOLV E IT.
The only roofing material ever dlseovered 'that
win resist the action, of the elements as Ion as
,5'",c'll,,t n"',rcl- ' Being suscepllble-
, .."vft..".," weiirimmexrioeiire, anuper-
fcetlv HRK-proOk. II is Uneqimlled as aeoot-
iuq eir ...itiiiiiHi-iiirinv nn'i rnrm ifuiuunKS. fen
ccm. hrldtfes. bottniARftr Veuel v..i.tt j,
Iteferenccs given In nny part of the county, or
Specimens Known tn vlsirnra. Annlf Kir Iaia.
K. I.. J I i hx HESTLEYSVII.LE, WASH. Co., PA.
n. n.u.j,Yn, K. 1.. JO.M-X,
Licensei!) of wach. and Oreene counties.
. ,, L. W. JON'EH, AprxT,
-Mf. -v,ayiicslmrg, .
y ALL'ABLE PUOPKRTY FOR SALE!
WITH GRIST MILL, HAW MILL, COAL
The undersigned offers at private sale that valo-
abli Tironertv. sitnatenn the MonnnwithelA Rlv.
at tho Mouth of Muddy Creek, Oreenn countv!
Peun'a., containing about forty-five (-til seres of
ooiioui utnu. inere la on ma premise a
which will be Included In the sale. The Coal
Banks Is open and allows an Inexhaustablesup-
DlV. No ITWirn Healeuhle livaflnn frr . rtl.tlll-w
can be found In the state.
ror runner particulars apply to E. A. Flennl-
Sen. Davidsnn-S Perrv fir.u.na Mnnl Pa n. K
letter to the undersigned.
4-.?rn Haruvllle, Bucks Co., Pa.
BE MONONQAUELA HOUSE,
aica's laxdixo, eazB cotntrr,
OLIVER BAYARD, PROPRIETORS,
The beat accommodations tarnished ths travel,
ling public Hoowand appustenanca complete.
Table always spread bonntirolly with the deb.
eies of the seoaon. Horses for hire; fe and
stabling at raaeonahla rate. . . ias-tt
1BE OREESE COlNrY AQRICtJLTCR
will hold their Utn Annual EzhlDltlon at tha
m . . P. MncHSaBSV IVsasarsr.
T,-sr. . '
0.NDER3 NEVER CEASE!
cLoTiiiifa a to n M
N. CLARK 4 SON.
It la no longcr'lmpostlble to get a tall rati for
17 GO, of good material, that wa will warrant to
give en lire satisfaction. Light Cawlmer PanU
snd Vest, for Si 60, fins and tile style; Bummr
PanU and Vast for II K, tha vary best til wool
CA8SIMERE SUITS I
from 50 to M dollars; ths same that has cost yoa
40 dollars. A larg and beautiful ttoak of
!t '. '
The newest and bast styles, the mors lagan! ara
the Henrietta, SU Cloud, Yacht, Broadway sail
PEAB0D7 CAP I
Tha oap deriving itanamalfrom
ENGLAND AND AMJERIOAH
Munificent benefactor MR. fir.O. PEABODT.
Every American youth who love her greatest
Ilenefaclor should not fall ta hav one of thon
CAPS. A full and complete assortment of Gen
tlemen's furnishing goods. W have ths Now
York Mill and Wamstitta Muslin Shirts; two of
the best brands of muslin manufactured.
THE CELEBRATED KNGU81I RUFFIJi
Wool and Catslmere Shirts, Fine Corset Jeaa
iirnwera ana Hummer Undershirt. Llnsn
Hiindkerchlefs, Gloves and Hosiery, with tin
bows and scarfs. In endless vnrlety. The Kugena!
Vlelfirln and r.nha.lln ti..w . . . ? . . '
. . - ...... ' (,..n, inn mi ilfTWOSl, IRS
Zephyr Scarf, Tisx Paper Collars, of all stylos.
Ward's Hlinkespeiiro, Linen Imllntlon, Water
rroor, cmoroiuereu, Keystone, Ooldsmith's
Phfcnlx Ornys.irc, 4c . ,
the yard. kindly ask you to compare price
owure Duying. . fc2J-'o7-ly
DIE'S AND GENTLEMEN I
OR ANY OTHER MAN I
W hav Just reoslvsd a iplsndld ttok af
SUMMER CLOTIUNO I
ADAPTEDTO MEN AND BOYS WEAR : AUO.
GENTS FURNISIIING GOODS.
Which ws wilt sell st the IawmI mIm p11 ..j
exsminc our stock. Price are down and If w
can t sell a man the clothing he want houodt
Room In Allison's Building, Wayuesburg pa.
OUIHER AOAIN8T THE. WORLD I
ANOTHER HUGE ARRIVAL!
Determined tohsfoTmot InrTTArTthtnt.Qalher
LARGEST AND M0T COMPLETE STOCK
Ever brought to Waynasbarg.'
Oo to Oulhcr't,
a to ulhsr'.
If yoa waat
If yea waat
If yoa waat
Cheap Sand 1 1
Cheap Goon-1 1
Omm Oooda I I
jICUBILL AG R1CU LTC RAL SOCLKTY.
Ur troond. in Rlehhlll ta-. Oren eoontr. I
am w1ts lig airhurdy. Weptemher theJtth
a41Ma,iB7r . U. WTWAXTON. PrcWt. '
A-gaaa, Rsa. (wa. . Kmkt, Cor. Box.