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ehc ''hvmeabitrg jSlcpaibltcan, ofrncgfrnn - Off ugtci ' . 14, -1807.
VIE i0DER OF THE AGE!
TIME, MONEY AND.LABOR SAVED!
THE LATEST & BEST CIIURM
One of the latest Patents, issued; on the Uth day
of Heptemher, iHiM, to Win. R. McCulcheon, of
Washington,, Iowa, wUl bo oa exhibition in
few days ot , . '
J 0 n N MCSK ELL'S,
fn Wftynmbnrg, Pa. This CTTVKN must super
cede anything of the kind herwtofore produced.
The siiuph liens of Us construction, and its two
fold or reversed motion, that produces butter
from three to six minute must induce the com
munity to examine, ItN qualities. It naves time
It saves work ftnit produce as much but tor as
any eh urn In existence. Mr. Munnull ha full
power to nell rights for IVnnsvlvanta or New
York Htate as well ax to furnish Churns to cltl
Moim.s, ITLLOM 4 CO.,
Iodk trd favomMy
known, will thor
broken down and
and clia rising tl.a
ttomach ac4 inUi
line. U la a aura pra-
Tonuva oi an uts
aaifi incident to
Mi animal, inch u IV SG Ft V tit, GLA.i)K3,
CO V OH 8, PIS
LOSS OF AITK
TITK AND VITAL
uh Improve, the
tht iitlit- g ivfa
a imooth and
a;lotijr akin and 1
iras-forms lit aJ
nui-r.blfi ikclttoo Into a floe-looking and spirited
To keepers of Cows this preparation la inraluabla.
It incrvajtvi tlie tiUiuiUty and uaprvea the quality
oi uia mint, it hu
been proven by ac
tual experiment to ,
Increase the quan
tity uf milk and
orfam twenty per
cent, and make tta
butter flim and
awvet. In fatten in it
cattle, it Kivvi tlitm
. tJieir ii t ue, slu
nki thrm tlii-lv
la all dlicass of Swine, ruch as Coughs, Ulcers in
tha Lanta. Livsr,
Ac, Hi ii article JrAi
cm as iH'cuic. m fVS
By ntittlnn Imm
o a pipiT in a
barrel nl.wil: tli
awjv. ii i inn c a T,!
will be arailicsled
or fntlrely prevented. If liven fn time, a certafa
preventive and cure for the Hog Cliolera
Price ii Cent! per Paps, or 6 Papers for 11.
8. A. FOUTZ nRO.,
'nnmtLC mm ami MF.ninvE rr.roT,
Ho. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
Per gale hv Drnvvltu uid Btorelmpen thronitf
at 111. (.'lilted Siuel.
o. W. Iljihcrta A Co., Ani ntii, Vayuenl urg, I'm
JVST OrKXFU iT
Ponltlvely the most ponii1etc Hotel In our tow n.
EvnrytliiiiK(,omtlm,il u furnish tlivbcNt aoooin
- aintlHUon uver yet utluretl to itit' puhllu.
AIi'hIh riirnlHlii'd in nil hours, tulilu provitlid
with tin' li'Mt in tlMmeuMon.
Truvt'llfre mill ihiif iliirons nf re fri'Hhmonl.
willilowi'll tu cull. "Tom" t ill ritiiiii hia olil
rcpntntlnn oi itn urmmiinKlittinv Ktiiihnnn, iitut
hfM)itiihii. IniKllnr.l. Jlousi. ihc uiie K.i-iin'i-ly
ocottiiieii by tin' ".lc8'iii;:i-" tililt'', 5;!:'MJ-ly.
O. OF O. F.
IIOSHIMKA LOPOE, NO. 55i
ITnll In Onni'iir's IUillilius, Haul Main Btrcpt,
WayneKburK, l'a. Tiiim, Tliurmltiy evening, i-nch
O. OF 0. F.
WAYNEsnrnt. Loror:, no. m.
Hall In Onnenr'n llnllilins, int Main Stroot,
M'aynoaburu, I'n. 'i'liiio, 'i ucncliiy evening, cncli
O. OF 0. F.
WAYNESUl'KO ESCAJU'MEST, NO. 119.
Hull In Onncnr's Ilullillni;. enst Main Street,
M'ajrncubnrg, I'a. t'irut unci aeumul b riilay's ol
uch month. dh.
CAIUUAaC MANUFACTURER, 'AVNE3IICHC, Tk.
Bespeot hilly gives notlr that he lina loenterlin
Vaytiesburg, wlioru Uo Intemls to miuiu
Of everr description. From hla exiwlenec In
. the buaiueaa hu lelh conlldctit tliut lim wurk. tn
atyla,tinUih unU Uurnbility, will ttivu entire tal
lalmaiuu. It la hia Uoturiiiinutiiin tn tiuruhuNe
.lie utwi luuieriai in niarKt'l, uuu employ noue
but eotiiiietent workmen.
AI1 work wurruuted Tur one year .t.
Q.E0. S. JEFFEUY,
. . '' . not Any PUBLIC.
Alt bmilnrjgs pertaining to tho offlec attended to
promptly. Oillce with P. 4 A. Telograpn Co.,
aat of Uie Court House. 4;l-tf.
DISCOUNT DAY TUESDAYS.
D. bONK.il. Prea't. J. C. 1 lEKWiKEa, Cusuler.
May iti; ;6tMy.
DEALER IX BOOKS AXD ITATIOSERT,
Wall Paper. Window Paper. c. Sunday School
Books oi all kinds ooiuluntly on baud, room In
Mrs. Rush's building, formerly occupied by Cot
tere.ll & Taylor, Way nesburg, Vo.
May 0, 'W-ly.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
BU1H STREET, OFrOSRE CUURI 1IOCSE.
Keeps on hands always a choice and select as
sortment of Watches and Jewelry. Repairing
done at the lowest rates. 4;t ti;-iy.
yyM. T. WEUB, JR.,
, SADDLE AMD U ASSESS MASER,
OK WIL30N 8 BUDJDINO, MAIN ST.)
Saddles, Bridles, Harness kept on hand and
made to order. Work done In the beat stylo, and
M reasonable ratea,
star-Re pairing a speciality on short notice,
r Farmer frieods go look at ills slock. 4;H-ly.
6CMMEBSGILL ft BRO.
(nWBLL't OLD tTAHD, Dftn KKD or TOWtt.)
Tha jwbllc are respectfully Informed that 8am
. RaetsueVBru. have Just received a Urge s tocti of
- v MARBLS WORK;
f M Otsrva Woiksa, MeausaanU, Manila
X. . Wsanpraparad to furn'4 work at
f unabla tsrms on short aotis. ImS and ax-
snunaoaratoeiL, styles, aaa prioss, baton sw.
saaatnf kMwhara, ajfAsv
THE WATNESBVBO HEITBIJCAN
JOB PRINTING ESTABLISH
MENT, SAYEM' BCILDIXO, CAST Of THE rTnUCSQr ABE.
WE HAVE NOW A OHEAT VAUIETY OF
And a moro coniplele atocU oi
PAPER, CARDS, d- c,
Than any e.stuhllsPmenl within the limits cl
our buhtUfHH cucle,
AND WE ARE FREFARED
To execnte overj- description .of
STYLE OF NEATNESS AND
CANNOT BE SURPASSED ANYWI1ERE
W employ the most competent printers, and
MEET EVERY ORDER!
' With which we are favored to the
8BOBTZST TIME POSSIBLE
CT THE MOST SATISFACTORY MANNER.
Particular attention glvesi te
FINK BULK WORK CHECKS, CERTO1-
.-t- rCATJBJ, V.,
TERMS aXASONASLEt ' ' !
Let w have ft eaQ batei tosoc eseewhet
'.'.V":'.'.;v iAn.ixTtaM, :
Iff Wayaeaborg, Pa,
the nioroiiD impeachmbht
FOR SELLING CHEAP GROCERIES I '
Hsvlnt lust returned from the city, he has open
ed the lamest - "v
NEW OROQERYI 4
In town. He desires to Inform the eltlzena of
Waynesbnrg and vicinity ot me cure ne has ta
ken In selecting his stock, having on hand a food
suunlv of V
CONi'EO'IONS.TOnACCO. crGARS.TAR, also.
t IVV iniVflrj, XliA'jU.l UlllLJ ,
Utt;r, nuAiuiA r i.-tii,
ltlKl PEACHES, ,
Ac., itc, Ac, A-c.
Call and see him us he has been getting
A .N E W SUPPLY!!
You will And hlra accommodating, and can tell
lower than any one In the place. Be sure to go
to ins rigni piace, in
LEDWITirS OLD BUILDING,
Opposite the Conrt House and formerly occupied
by the Post Oillce.
kot or THE CStON,
d v t o r
OnOCERT AND C0 FECTIONERT !
Mr. Hooper would still havo his friends and pat
rons bear In mind, that he continues in the Gro
cery and Confectionery trade at his usual place of
aoinn Ditsiness, anu mat ue mis just recti veu
A FRESH SUPPLY
of the best quality of all articles In his line.
TOYS NOTIONS, and a great variety of useful
articles uiwuy un nuuo.
In connection with the above, Mr. Hooper
Kecpii a Kcstaunuu, wncre
ICE CREAM, BERRIED
And all the luxuries of the season can bo ob
tained. The most attractive and most popular resort
in town. e;n:'iiy.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
OXE DOOR WI'-ST OF TF.TKII WlOVTN'S STORE.
We hnve ut received n well selected stoek of
Choice FAMILY G1UH r.lll i.n wiiicn we pur
chased fur cash and are confident that we can
supply our customers and all who mny favor ns
with a call, as cheap, If not cheaper, Ihuu nny
otner nmise in tne county .
SNUFFS. CANDLES, SOAPS, EXTRA T, COF'
FEE, STllAWllKltlllES, JELLIES,
r.-., 4c, Ac.
Don't fall tn examine our stock and sec for your
selves, for we are determined to sell as cheap as
uie ciieajifsi. u,iT-u ui
rjl LUCAS & CO.
FORWAROIXO AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
And denlers In Groccrtea, Hardware, Leather,
Mhoe Miiuings, iron, aiis.rwn, nan, arc.
nirenrs fur Aulirev. rromlriw A Coon's Window
Snsn. A supply kept constantly on hands. Rice's
innuing, fa., aoove tue ru. o;--ii.
No. 77. EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
Jas. H. Lazear,
Wm. L. Lazeak.
As the firm of HUGHES 4 LUCAS Is dissolved
by mutual consent, the Commission business
Will still be carried on at the old stand, in kkk1
order, and on the most reusonnble terms, In the
name and style ot jiluiie ot iu, isenior
partner.) They flatter themselves, by having
the House uud the best locution in the place for
that business, that they will receive a liberal
share of the public patronage
Tliev will also keen a good supply of 10CEU,
IES ou hand to accoiuinodule all who
them with a call.
L. HUGHES 4 CO;,
Rice's Lauding, Pa.
IN WAYNESBURG, PENN'A-
THOS. BRAD EN & CO.
(At the store room formerly occupied by Andrew
Wilson, Sr., next door to Bradeu's Drug Store.)
Respectfully Informs the good people of Greene
county, that they have opened a
HARDWARE S TORE!
And Invites a call from their friends and the pub
lic generally. Their store is ruled with everything
In their line needed by the funnerand mechanic.
Being practical farmers, they know exactly the
wants ot ineir uiruier irienus. Ainong tneir var
iety of goods will be found Iron, Nails, of all
kinds, Planes of all varieties, Augers, Braces,
4o. Tuttle toothed, cross cut and mill aaws,
lUtna saws ana wuis ui sui atuwriyuons,
Mowing Machines, Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers,
riows. cultivators, ouoveis.
Forks, and every.
thing in their line.
A general assortment of saddlery hardware, to
Woicn tnvy uiviie uie atiuuua.vt yun iin.ei a.
WOODEN WAKE OF ALL KINDS
Tabs. Backets, Butter Bowie and all kinds of
Kltenen wooaen rixins. winow tsasaeia,
IT t. i. .. r- i ii ii i.-.... i
snmiia. xi unurn. v uuvbm?, him it
Buggy whips, Shot guns, Boys Wagons and
All persons desirous of purchasing any of the
above articles and many others Dot rueuUoned,
WUl oonauil uuur uiiexea. uy
They will takt alsasnre In showlnt tneir stock
at ak Umea. So five them a call whan you eome
tstowa. lUmsmMrtht putce.opposl'St'ie
T. BRADS CO,"
ax oRiai.vtL Lore stokt.
City poets may as well "hang their
harps on" the Park trees. The Peg
asus of Gotham is not fast enough.
We iu tho country, can beat his time,
and not half try. Any jury of the
"free and intelligent" would certainly
award a leather medal to the "lover"
who penned tho accompanying lines.
There is something in thein that city
folks never dream of. Tke'poet's de
scription of Courtship and Love in a
cottage is very touching. As they are,
not copyrighted here thoy are :
He struggled to ktsa her. She struggled the
i - same
To prevent him n bold and undaunted :
But, as smitten by lightning, ho beard ber ex
claim, - ' i- '-
"A vaunt, sir !" and off be avauuted.
But when he returned with the fimdtsMtt laugh,
Sbowbig rlc irly that be was affronted.
And threatened by main lorce to,carry it aff.
She cried 'Don't!" and the poor fellow
When be meekly approached, and got down
nt her feet,
Praying loud, as before he lnd ritnted, .
Tliut she would fiiitvo him, and try to be
And Buid, "Cun t you?" the dear Blil re
canted. , , ,
Then softly he whimpered "How coaW you
I certdnly thought I wii9 jilted, ,
But come ihou with uie, to the parson we'll
Buy, wiluhiumy dar?" an l sho wilted.
Then gaily bo took Iter tn st'O her new home
A khatiiy by no means ench inted
'See ! here we cau live with no longing to
Hesiill, "Shan't wu, my dear?" So they
THE EXCHANGE OV PRISONERS.
Maor General Butler's Report Gcnernl
Grant's Order Suspending Exchange.
New York, August 7. The Tri
bune publishes Butler's report, us Com
missioner of Excliango during a por
tion of tho rebellion, from which it
appears that in December, 18G3, ho
found the Confederate Generals anx
ious to exchange man for man, but tho
Confederate government refused to
treat with General Butler on tho ground
that he commanded negro troops.
Notification to that effect was sent to
our government, which refused to ad
mit tho right of the Confederate au
thorities to outlaw our officers. Ex
changes continued till March, 1864,
when General Butler had an interview
with Commissioner Ould which con
vinced him that retaliation would
compel tho rebels to abandon their
refusal to exchange colored soldiers.
The government was informed of these
facts, and referred the matter to Gen.
Grant, who in April directed Butler
to decline until otherwise ordered, all
further negotiations, and shortly after
instructed him to consider the determi
nation of the rebels to make a distinc
tion between,, white and colored pris
oners as a refusal on their part to agree
to further exchange. Butler was also
instructed to receive all the sick and
wounded tho rebels would give up,
but to send no more in exchange.
In August the rebels offered to re
new the exchange man for man. Gen.
Grant'then telegraphed the following
important order : "It is hard on our
men held in Southern prisons not to
exchange them, but it is humanity to
those left in the ranks to fight our bat
tles. Every man released on pnrole,
or otherwise, becomes an active soldier
against us at once, directly or indirect
ly. If we commence a system of ex
change, which liberates all prisoners
taken, we will have to fight on until
the South is exterminated. If we hold
those caught, they amount to no more
than dead men. ' At this particular
time to release all rebel prisoners North
would insure Sherman's defeat, and
would compromise our safety here."
The Happy Man.
"I noticed," said Franklin, fa me
chanic among a number of others, at
work in a house erected but a little way
from my office, who always appeared
to be in a merry humor, who had a
kind word and cheerful smile fur every
one he met. Let the day be ever so
cold, gloomy, or sunless, a happy smile
danced a sunbeam on his cheerful
countenance. Meeting him one morn
ing, I asked him to tell me tho secret
of his constant happy flow of spirits.
'No secret, Doctor,' he replied, 'I have
got one of the best of wives, and when
I go to work she has always a word of
encouragement for me, and when I go
home she meets me with a kiss; and
she is sure to be ready, and she has
done many things during , the day to
please me, that I cannot find it in my
heart to speak unkind to anybody.'
What influence, then, hath woman
over the heart of man, to soften it and
make it tho fountain of cheerful and
pure emotions? . Speak gently then ; a
happy smile and a kind word of greet
ing, after the toils of the day are over,
cost riothuig, and go far towards mak
ing a horn liappy and DeacefuL?
Take l'aur Time.
A gentleman visiting the family of
of a worthy deacon in a neighboring
town, had been showing the children
one evening, a beautiful musical box,
after which he wound up and put the
instrument in his pocket. At the hour
of retiriug for the night, tho visitor
was called upon for a prayer, and
having got upon his knees, was in the
midst of what promised to bo a some
what prolonged petition, when suddenly
in consequence of a change of position
on the part of the suppliant, the mus
ical box started gayly off with the
tune, '-'Take your time, Miss Lucy."
To Bay that the prayer was brought to
a rather abrupt termination, and tliat
even the deacon rose from his knees all
but convulsed with laughter, is draw
ing the effect of the incident quite
mildly. . , , , ,
A Practical Joke. During the
late war, while the Army of Tennes
see, under Gen. Johnston, lay encamp
ed near Dallon, the following rich
scene occurred : There was a very
popular dealer in newspapers there, a
perfect Brobdignab in size, rivaling
Daniel Lambert in rotundity of stom
ach. A regiment was thero about to
leave for Mobile, and our massive
friend had some business to transact
with tho Colonel. So. puffingr and
blowing, he came up a few minutes
beforo the train started. As he came
up a soldier spied him, and called out s
"Boys, here ho is." Instantly the
whole regiment was on tho alert, and
shout after shout went up "Here he
is, here he is !" Looking, dumbfound
ed, the fat man said : "What's up,
gentlemen? What have I done?"
"You're the very man that stole our
big drum and swallowed it" went up
simultaneously. Struck with surprise,
ho did not know whether to laugh or
got mad, but finally said : "Well,
boys, if you'll stay till evening I'll
Antiquated Leather. A prom
inent leather dealer of l'hiladclphia
recently sold two sides of leather,,
weighing one hundred and two pounds,
at fifty cents per pound, amounting to
fifty-six dollars aid ten cents. This
leather is the hide of an extra fatted
ox, which was killed at one of the
barlweues preceding the election of
General Harrison to the Presidency,
about twenty-five years ago. It was
originally tanned for belting purposes,
but being a remarkably good pattern j
hide, and extra well tanned, it was
kept manv vcars as a siierinien. Bv
frequent oilinsr it has been kept in a
fine state of preservation, and is now
as soft and pliable ns when first tanned.
1 he purchaser will use it lor pump
nlvcs tor a mine in l'eniisylvnnia.
The man who sang "I'm lonely
since my mother died," isn't quite so
lonely now. Ihe old man married
again, and his step-mother makes it
lively enough lor him.
Moffat's Life Fills
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Thousands of certificates are in
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They regulate the System and put
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in a healthy condition. '
Sold by all Druggists, white M Bowland, rropn-
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CONSUMPTION CURABLE B7
SB. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES.
I 10 CUBE CONSUMPTION, Uus.nUmsnulfce
areparsd so Out the langs will hsal. To accomplish
laA toe l.ver sad stomach mart first be elcsaied and
en appetite erea.ed lor good wholesome lood, which,
by theis madiciacj will be dlrejted properly, sod
good bs''b b'ood mails i thus Dalldloc ap lbs
otautitu'.ion. BCHKNCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS .
cleaoae ihaatomsch oi all bilious or oiuoona accumu
lation., sad, by uslof too Sot Weed Toole la eoa
aectJoa. the sppetle kr rworcd,
gCllENCK'g PULMONIC SYRUP It astrleioat
a. well samedlelnal, sad. br urns the three remed es.
all inO'itlsa art expolled trora the eysteoa, ant
food, wlioksoms blood tnsda, which wiU repel all
' etscasa. II pitleala will tsss Ibsis medicloeiecooroV
ins to direction Coaaampllon very trsqaentlr la
ita last aura rlel resdilr la their action. Tska lbs
. plllatrsjumtlr, loe tiaMUi.llTsratid stomach, II
toes aot lollow Uui because tha bowsla are aot eos
tive Iber are Dot rauilred, for toisettmei hi diarr
hoea they ara aeoeasarr. The at omaeL aaast be kpt ' '
heslthr, aat sn sppstue sraaled la allow the Pal- '
Bonis flyrop to scloa ths lacpirstor orrsaa property
aa i sllar tor hritatioa. Then all lost Israialnd le
per.eria s permanent ears Is, tt prevent taking '
said, bares sleul the noma at auohatpaaalbls, '
est all the richest rood Jat meal, csma, and, in tact,
annhhifUw sppstue artvst; but be particular and
Rustiest watt, . , Uatw.sa.Baa lye, '
iSEW PEEFIME FOB THE UiXDiUBCUlLT.
Plialeaa , Nlgkl atleeualag Cercas."
Phalea's ' Nlgal BlMaalag Oercau.
rbaUae , "Wight Bleesalag terras."
rhalea'a ' " Night Bleesalag Cerams."
Phalea's "Night Blawsatag Cere.
" "I aa ..(a
a' bmsI nqalate'dslleale, aat rratrsat Ttrhms,
stiilet frosa lbs ran aat keeaUfal Sower aroa
whisk it taaas Its aame.
liaaabctaret taly by ' .' '
. VBAI.(I e Hew Ttwh. ;
' 1IWAH OT 000srarTs5.; -AM
KB MAMsTaUTaXI 10 OTUS,
rimiciAM axd ttmoEon.
Office In JeweU't building, West end of Main 8t
gLATLUOOENBAUGU, ,ri f, f i
'' DEALER IN DHCflS AND MEDICINES, '
Liquors and everything pertaining to a first
class Drug store. Prescriptions curefully com
pounded. "CTelgh's Old mand," wjJjhnJJ.,Jur'
JJENTISTBY. ' . ' :i - ' .
I have located In Waynesburg, and am occu
pying the late residence of Dr. H. 8. Patton. Hav
ing taken great patns to beoonie thoroughly ac
quainted with both the theory and practice of
Dent istry'i and having had an experience of seven
years in the profession, I fed warranted In say
ing that my patients shall uave nocauseto com
plain of Inferior operations. Extraction will be
rendered painless, when desired, l-y the admin
istration of "Laughing gas" or other anesthetics.
Charges moderate, anil nil operations warranted
as represented. 1 v. ill be at home wrruout per
advkntuhb from the Hlteenth to the thirtieth
of every moil til. . UEltl'IU.
L L O W S , ,,. ,
' ' WORM LOZENGES!
Are. without exception,, the most extraordina
ry Medicine of the He4oinnrlslng as they do,
Keuiarkable Power lu expelling worms, with
plca.nmt tasteond perfect safety. Theycontalu
no Mercury, no Minerul, noTurfientine, noOil of
Woruiseed, no liisou,.sulliing injurious. They
Syxtoms or WnnMs: Itching of the nnsp, fe.
verfshiieaa.tvtltelilnger starting suddenly dur
ing sleep, uilltlluthustoinuell, loNSof itesh, pale
ness wilh heetleappetli sometimes voracious,
at uiners teenie, a uuiineas ui tne eyes, urowsi
hesH, UBWi'lltiiiinner lip, tortKUo whltely rurrrd
mul Htuddwl with rod ftp.), foetid or RArUe
bruuih, grinding j! tlie teeth liuriiiK sleep,!, sen
stttlon ui loflniont In the thnuit, nn ummUirnl
emvlinfor Ulet,flinlk or 'yt frwHulnenj uud lr
riluhilily orieiuper, eliolle flln nn n.lny. Inte.
ttnul NVnrtniiare among the tirst Ut unUrinln
tho coilMtiluuun Hi tne iihi ul UltteHwea, j iiey
often ueon.ilnn severe (IIraahv, endlnn fHtinetlmen
ftttttUy, fjrtiuulnfly when they ohuvimI to the
Mtoimtch. Their presunce In their numt onliiinry
situation Ih attended with unfavorable effects
upon tlie genend htitlth. Kiuliu nt men hhmtI
that nil are mnreor letts troubled with worms,
und tlmt niiiiiy die uuuntilly trom tbU cuuhu,
who, by the timely adJuliilBtrntlMii of a proper
rimiedv would be auvt'd. An I- Kl, LOW S' WoftM
lJZI0XOlvS mny be taken without utiy unpleuH
ant result a, nuj an mont rhIMren are ftmd of
them, their u Is rwo4uiuiendt-d tu thoe appar
ently ht'Ulthy, and thun dlspdl tliecuunuof what
would produee nuirurlug.
Ue careitii whul you uim. ' Varloan remedies
have lrum tlmu to time, Imh'ii recommended,
snchasf.'alomel.Ollof WotmwotNl, Turpentine,
&j.t to thut UuMtfer iuiHiid even lalal eoJiHeiueu
oen ate produced. The nceeKsttv of a nafo and
sure remedy hn euukveti inueU reearub anl
study by theproprletorn or Kl-LLOWS' WOKM
LOKNOKH. 1'hpy art) po'l iv.lv salf, pleiiiiant
and elte'itnul, They do U A kill worms, but act
by making their dwelling place dlRayreenble to
them. In order, however, tn guard consumers
auamst deception by a buso eompouud, the an
atynlMof Dr. A. A. HAYKH.Httite Aswayer, prov
ing the ttltovi! statement Isannuxid.
7l baveanalyzefl the WORM LUF.KOR9 pre
pnred by MeMfirs. I- fm.ow.' Jt Co., and And that
they are free from Moruury nnd otlnr metallic
or mhiefal matter. These LoKentieffareRkllfully
compouiided.phiasatit to ttwte, sale, yut sure uud
eU'uuluul In their action."
Hespecthilly. A. A. Haym, M. D.,
Asaayerof theHtateof Maws.
rMenso remember t tint Fellows Worm Loen
Resaro prepared with a;reat caro from the con
centrated extracts of two plants. Thoy do not
uet as a purgntlvo or emetic, will not debilitate
the patient, arc bo tttmple an infant muydtivnur
a whole box without tyirm, and will at the same
time expel Lite worms lu an vxtraordluury tuuu
mr. i"rellows worm Ienirps Is tho only Worm
Remedy lu existence vumbinlnK harinlesf qual
Idea with debt In us luHteand umaziiiK power.
l'rleo Twenty-live cents per Hox. Five hoxeafor
(idollnr. The signature of Fellows A Co. Is at
tached tneueh ueniilnn box. Bold by Mmllclne
dealers irmicrnily. J'rf'pnred at the New fclig
lund Jtolanic Ucpot, for the l'mprlctor.
j. ti FUKxrir.
DRMABDARN4 4 Co. Oeu'l. AgcuUt, N. V.
4 M IN VALUABLE MKDICINEKOIt THE
A 1'URlFVLNU OF TUE BLOOD. .
HU. J. . I'OLAND'H'
II U M O K DO C TOIL
A Positive Remedy for all kinds of Humors, par
ticularly FryKlpeJas, Nettle ltunh. Halt Ilhciiin,
Scrofula, (arbuneles. Hot In and Piles. It Is very
Knitilylmr to say of (his, or of uny other uiedi
clne, "It in the very best remedy known." It Is
not always ho eny to prove It. It Is, however, ;
exceed liifjly uraHlylnw to the proprietor of this,
medicine, Unit, while be dec lure 4 to the public
that this iMumoMt Wonderful and effective speci
fic for Humors, aSNtated above, he has abundant
proof at hand to sitHtuin his statement.
For slxtecu years the Jluinor Joetor has iwen
manufactured aud sold, ami every year has In
creased the value of ItN reputation, aud tlm
amount or Its nates. In New Hampshire, where
It orlulnated.no remedy for h 11 mors Is to hlichly
prleu. An eminent physloian (now an army
Hurtfeon. when practicing In New Hampshire,
purchased between fifty or sixty gullon of It,
durlugxomciicvcu or eight yean, aud used It In
ins practice. iiennsHiiieeiiienorueren it loriue
hospital where he was stationed. Other physi
cians have purchnscd It, and have used It In
practice with ureal succohh. When the proprie
tor lived In New Hampshire, at (ioMstown Cen
ter, for thenpace of thirty or forty miles around,
nnd In Manchester, particularly, the Humor
Uoctor was well known and liiipity valued for
the numerous nnd wonderful cures which It ef
fected, Thouuh manutuclured In lare quanti
ties the supply was frequently exhausted, and
pu rcliasei'H lnal to wait lor more to Im made. In
that renioiiKome very aeveru cases of Ervslpetas
were treated with and thov were cured 1 Krv-
slpelas,sores,or carhiinclfs, those nly, painful
Ulcers, were emirciv reiuoveu wnervvrr iinn
medleine was taithfullv ued. So It was with
Heroiula and Uult Vlicum. Tho Humor Uoctor
For the sake of show lne what s thouichtor It.
0 few testimonials are here inserted:
eUlLTOX uAtK, r.SQ., BOSTON. 1
I hereby certify that I was sorely BfMcted with
Boils for two years, developing themselves nit
on my limbs and other parts of my body. The
sutlerliiK which 1 endured from them Hre inde
scribable. Siilli.-e It to nny that I faithfully tried
several of tlie most popular humor remedies,
nut wmioui removing tne a unci ion. ai ifiufiii.
by the eurnest miuost of an intimate friend, I
was induced to try Dr. J. V. I'olaiHl's Humor
Doctor, mm am very nappy 10 attest mat an my
by usimj Dr. J. W. I'olund a uforewiid raedlelnc.
yV. C. Walt.act; FSO., ii ASCII kstkh, N. II.
T)r. .7. W. I'liland lsur Slr; I verv cheerfully
glveiuy leftiniony iu fuvor of your Ilunior Doe
tor as an excellent remedy for humors. My nu
merous acquaintances in Manchester know now
severely 1 was alMieted with llolls and they
1 iu,w lintf iierfcctlv I'OOfl niv healtll is at nn.'S-
ent- Your Huuioi"l:ior cured me. l'luuse re
fer to me for puitieuiars in my case.
June ll, I!.' a. u. w .-i.u-.a.
, ilua. roirru, Dov 11, N. II.
, July 22, 1653.
Im. I'.,i Mn: I received vour letter inuulrlnic
ns to the enecis oi your ninciiie mi ww-sick-
i, iws. i am iinnnv lo sav inai i ii is ii is ine
uedlciue" for that dreadful slckni'ss. I tried
various prescriptions, hut found none that set
tled ilie stomaeli aud alsared the head like the
Humor Dojtor. I li'it as tliouiili I could hardly
wait to get ashore, toeiureat you to inirouuce ii
Into ship cliandlery stores, that it may find ita
wav to those who sutler um the mighty deep
from sea-sickness. If captulns who take their
families with them, or carry passengers, should
trv it once, they would never be willing lo voy
age without It.
I have used it for my family since ttslntrodtic
tlon to tuc pubuo for bilious habits, iieaduche
and uuuiomubout my children, und have ui ways
1 am not fond of having: mv name aobeur lu
public, und would uot consent to it on auy other
account but to relieve the sintering ; but If the
loretrotng win oe oi uny service to you or tne
puonc. you can ouuie use oi it.
Yours, ... ..aLAK1UETM. PORTER,
Much more might be stated In relation to this
medicine, as contained in testimonials, but it is
needless. Ask Manchester druggists, about it.
especially b. w. uiuue, at uurr s. inquire ui jir.
Hunrv Piumer. of Bed lord, whose wile was cur
ed bvttof Halt ltheuin. Ask almost unv nerson
In Ooffstown, and they Well declare ita value aa
a remedy, as used In their own casue or by their
The Humor Doctor was formerly sold at liny
cents per buttle : but the cost of every Ingredi
ent eomnosine; It haa cone up so enormously.
that tlie price haa been raised to srvniiv-j ive
.fw-vu nKl v nml that ItV .wtmntllRlllll.
The Humor Doctor H prepared at the New
England IJoUinlc Depot, for.the 1'roprietor, J. C.
u, .1.1 k XfAAtMm TtAttlers vervwhere.
1EMAS UAltKtt A CO., Ueneral Ageuls, New
AY-NEbLtRO MARBLE AND pTONE
TI-' Wv -a. ' ' '
w v n A o
BAYERS & RISEHART.
Still continue to earry on the Marble and stone
cutting business at their long established stand
Immediate east of the rbllo Square, between
High and Greene street, w aynesuurg, ra. '
Viiit establishment has been In constant oper
ation since 1H3U, and the long experience and en.
aiwv nf ths nrourietors. linked with :the exer.
else of sound Judgment and good taste, nave won
ir them a wide so read and enviable reputation.
An extensive stock of the various varieties of
the best marble Kept oonaranuy on nana, ape
etal attention paid to polishing, prtaalng, canr-
I lno and snaravlna.
All orders promptly OUed.
V BUMMER GOODS, ,
SHIR K & 8 U T T O IT,'
(auccissoas to a. wiuov, , wathisbi'mo.)
We have removed to Wayneehnrg, and respect
fully Inform our frtende end the publlo that we
are now receiving a beuptlful aseortment of
"'cheap dry goods,'
, '. '. " "t
For the Spring trade, to which we Invite the aC
tentlon of our old custtniers and all otliera to Sn
euuulnatlou of our slock, which enthrauea the
.ri a .1 ,
" LATEST SUMMER r5TTLE9,
'' 1 : ;' I '.'.A t 'f
Of Dresa Goods of all description a, vary pretty
and at very astonishing low prices 1 Anu are le
termined no one shall sell- - , t:
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at less prices than we do, "Wecall atlentlnn lo
our stock of Millinery Trimmings Balmoral ami
Uoop (Skirls, Hosiery, Uluvea aud Hlbbons.
i . . '
' CALICO And ' MUSLINS I '
And every variety of goods usually kept Inn first
class Store. Men and Hoys' t
.... r , ' t
' J (Xf 1 , , -' -'r-1 j, ,'i ,,..
of all kinds, Men and Days' Huts, Caps, tools
' ' ' . r' ' i i. ' liJ !.-ir 't.
GROCERIES, NOTIONS,' QUEENSWARE,
I'. .!.'... ..- ....
to., Aa. It would be useless to undertake to
enumerate all our aoods. We will endeavor to
make It to your interest todeal with ns.
a. We hone bv alviuirslrlct attention to busi
ness and honorable deadlier, to merit a liberal
share of patronage. Drop lu at all events. ,- :
' DON'T FORGET TnE PLACE, '
'ii . .ti . i. . ;
at A. Wllson'e Btore room, in Wilson's New
liutldlug, Waynesburg, Pa. i;U-U W ;
OMET1I1NQ 1SJSW! , ,. i
MTtS. E. S. BAYERS A IIOSKINSON
Have Just arrived from the Cast with a large
assortment of foreign aud duuiestlo
BrRINO AND SUMMER STYLES I
which they propose to sell at the lowest CAMII
prices 1 such as Dress floods, Iiress Trim
ming, Dress lluttnns, Ladle .
tiliuwls, hoots aud Hhoes,
great variety of
ulce articles, at
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES' WEAR,
Wares of all kinds, and a complete variety of the
best Gltflt'KKII'M. Allof Which they propose to
sell at the very lowost flgures, depending on tho
niitiiity una ciieapuess oi tneir gooua to gain
lilve thsin a call linforo purchasing elsewhere.
nnd they will prove that tho above Is correct.
Itoom In Allison's building, uourlyojMislte tho
Court House, Waynesburg. I;l,'ii7-tf
JjEAUTIFUL DISPLAY !
DRY GOODS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, 4c,
EVERYTHING IN THE LINE!
Wlshlnar to close out for the Fall trade, he of
fers hiauoods at astonishing low rates for cash.
The stock is aa lute aa the latest and the beat In
Minor's Building, opposite tne ureene nonse.
4;M-im. L. K. KVANH.
ATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. W. BRADLEY'S . CELEBlt A-
' TED PATENT
. , . . .
(OK DOCDLE SPRING) , ( .
.' . SKIRT. ',
The Wonderful Flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure touuy luuy weuring tne Liupiex r.upti)
mkirt wiU be experienced particularly in all
crowded assemblies, operas, carriage, railroad
curs, church pews, arm chairs, for promenade and
uouse ureas, as ine SKirt cull ue luiueu wunu 1JB
use tuoix:UDV a small ulai-e as easily and conve
niently ae a SUk or Muslin Dress, an Invaluable
quality In crinoline, uot found in any Single
A lady having enjoyed the pleaanre, comfort
and great convenience of wearing the Duplex
Eliptle steel Bprlng nxirt lor a single uay, win
nevwafwrwaida willingly dispense wlUi their
use. For Children, Misses and Young Ladies
they are superior to all others,
i hev will not bend or break like the alnala
spring, but wiU preserve their perfect and grace-"
IUI Sliape wneu llirev ur wui imuiimuj .kiiw will
huvH been thrown aside aa nueleas. The hoona
are covered with double and twisted thread, and
the bottom rods are not only aouoie springs, out
twlceior double covered ; preventing them from
wearlngtjut when dragging down stoops, stairs,'
The Implex Eliptle Is a great favorite with all
ladles and Is universally recommended by the
rashloa Magaslne as the standard skirt of the
To enjoy the foUwing Inestimable advantage
in Crinoline, vis: superior quality, perfect man
ufacture, stylish shape and Anlsh, flexibility,
durability, comfort and economy, enquire for
J. W. BRADLEY'S Implex Eliptle, or Double
Spring Skirt, and are cure yoa get the genuine
CAUTION. in gaard against Imposition be
Pirtlcular to KOTICE that skirt offered ae "Df
LEX" have the red Ink stamp, vis; "J. W
Bradley's Duplex KHptlo Steel Hprlngs." Also
Notioe that every Hoop wiU admit a pin being
passed through the centre, thus revealing the
two (or doable) eisringa braided together tlierel u.
which la the sn-ret of their flexibility and
strength and a combination not to be found iu
any other skirt. . . - ,.
For sale in all store where first elaa skirts are
sokt UuoDghoat Us U ailed, atsUee alut ta
W Jaaaulactured by the Sole Owner ol the Paleut,
. WE8TS, BRADLEY dp CABY,
tJ Charabert 7t 4 tl Reads Streets, V.-
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