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..- KltlVALH AXf IifcPAHTVRES OK THE
31 AIM 1U A.U ! HUM A) MMBUKU I
' r.om Waynesburg to Waynesbnrg. arrival,
Vi'lt-siluy,"H p. in.; ilopurlure, Wednesdays,
6, u. in. ivlu Jolieytown.l
f rom W iiyn.-slmrg to Willow Tree, arrival
Wednesdays, 11 a. m.; departure, Wednesdays.
From Washington Pa. to Waynesburg, arrival
dally,?1.; p. in.; exivptsimdaya,) departure dally,
11 U p. in., (except Sundays).
From lilc's Landing to Waynesburg, arrival
daily, , p. in., (ex.cpt .Hundaysjdupurture dully
t, a. in., (except Sundays).
Fruni Wayuuahurx. Pa. to Cameron, W. Va,,
arrival, Tuesdays uinl Saturdays, p. ui., deiiur
ture, Muiulaya and Fridays, t, a. in.
Fruni Waynesburg to West Alexander, Wash.
Co., I'll., arrival, Friday, 7, p. in., departure,
Saturday!. 7, a. m. i
From WitvnoHlnirg to Morgantown, T. Va.,
arrival, Wednesdays, 5, p. ru., departure, Thurs
days, 8, a. m.
From Waynesbnrg to Mlildlehonrne, W. Va.,
arrival, Wednesdays, S, p. in,, departure, Tuc.
- duya, 1, a. m.
New ADYKHTUEiuxn. The attention of
our rootlets is specially directed to the fullow
ingsrfrertrscments, which appear for the first
time In our paper to-day.
West Virginia Crib-go.
Sturg'tss & Wagner.
Bounty Tax llniinrt.
Bpedul Notice. The flerhslist.
Mlshlcr's Herb Utters for Dyspepsia, at 0.
W KotierUiSs Co's. Drug Store.
That "Jia." A fancy jiij was danced In
IVont of the Court House the other day, to the
evident satisfaction of a select few of the
public square loafers and "Court House Offi
cials." The performer was a drunk man who
made lira own music. The dancing was inter
spersed with several very affectionate "hugs,"
which, do doubt, were duly appreciated if
nut reciprocated t
A splendid assortment of Perfumery and
Toilet Soups at 0. W. Huberts A Co's.
raouric We noticed last week that on a
a single vino In McCurJy's garden 178 toma
toes were counted. Sinco then forty more
have been developed. Though this report is
an actual fact, It Is too big a thing tocxpect
every body to believe !
' Barrett's Hair Restorative, for sale at G. W.
Roberts & Co's. I)ruj Store.
Not So. It has been repotted that the
"Camp Ground'' Coal Works had "played
out." Our energetic friend "Bob" says he
has an nbiindnnco of Coal ready, and advises
his customers that now is the time to procure
their winte r's supply, whilst Iheoads are good
and coal is cheap.
Newtown Lottkiiv. The drawing of this
famous scheme took place In Newtown on
Thursday last. We have not been able to
learn muuli about the results, except tint
there were many people there, tint the New
town hoys were very lucky, and that there
was much tangle-font punished, and conse
tpiently tome bloody noses.
Paints, dry and in nil, nt 0. W. Roberts Jfc
Co's. Drug Store.
AirenoN at Oak I'oiikst ! Tl.c entire stock
of goods of the late firm of Call, Roberts &
Co , will be sold at auction, commencing on
Thursday, August 2'-', I8i", and continuing
from day to day until the entire stock is dis
posed of. Terms raado known on day of sale.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
thu ah' vo firm will please cull and settle their
accounts at once. John Cam,,
A. li. M C'l.KI.I.AMI,
Aug. 1C, 1 Si;7. Surviving Partners.
Thompson's Tooth iap, the best preptrn
tlon fort'lfansinit the toetli, at G. W. Roberts
tfc Co s. Drug Store.
TlIK MoNONOAIIhl.A Sl.AI'XWATKR. Tllf
Mononga lick City HrMbKran, i f Thursday,
speaking of the repairs being made on the
Monongahela slackwater, says: "Repairs
have so far advanted ill Lock No. 4 us to ad
mlt the pa-imgi! ol craft, but the water is too
low to afford facilities for any tint the very
lightest Mils. Moreover, repahs nro about
being commenced nt Lock No. .1, mid the
wnter will be drawn from pool No. 2. There is
but little indication of the resumption of navi
gstion before the middle of September. In
the meantime a light draft lug Is making semi
weekly I rips.
For the hot vinegar go to G. W. Roberts A
Co's. Drug Store.
In the Middle of Them. The delectable it
not delicious dog days In whose sun sphere
wo are now revolving embrace the time in
tervening between the 10th of July nnd the
2Hth of August. They arc so called because
the great dog star in the heavens was observ
ed by the ancients to rise and set with the sun
during that time.
The 7Vm, a new Republican organ, has
made Its appearance In Butler, Pa, It Is edit
ed by Mr. William Haslett, and the first copy
presents quite a handsome appearance
For the best Paint Brushes go to G. W.
Roberts & Co's. Drug Store.
Rev. JV. B. Watki.ns, A.M., pastor of the
jflethodlst Episcopal Church in Washington,
Ta., has been invited to deliver tire annual ad
dress before the Phlio & Union Literary Socie
ties ot Waynesburg College, September 10th,
18(17. Mr. Walking is one of the most popu
lar lecturers in thedctominatlon.
The Pittsburgh Annual Conference of the
Methodist Church will meet In t'niontown,
-Fayette county, on Wednesday, September 4.
Coal! Coal ! i Arrays on hand at the
'Ten Mile Coal Works nearest works of all to
town -along now pike. Sayeks Bros.
' Fatal Accident at Lock No. 4 Two Men
Kaijtn. A distressing accident occurred at
Lock No. 4, on the Monongahela river, a
Short distance above Monongahela City, on
Saturday last, resulting In the Injury of three
Then, two of whom have since died. It ap
pears that some workmen were engaged in
cementing the Lock, and had erected a tem
porary floor near tho top of it, to work on.
The floor was covered with a large quantity
of sand and cement. When the terrific, rain
term came up, on Saturday, the workmen, to
void the rain, went under the covering of
the floor. They had been tinder It but a short
time When the flooring, from the heavy weight
caused by the rain mixing wlib&c sand, gave
Way, and fell npnu Utem. One of them, an
old man named John Wilcox, had bis back
badly injured, lib shoulder blade broken, Ids
neck and head badly hint, and he was other
wise so gerlotrsry injured that he has since
died. 'A man named Henry Molch had the
spinal marrow broken about the middle of the
spine, and died from the effects of his Injuries
yesterday. , He was ah unmarried man, about
QArXJ yeffrf of age, and had but lately arrived
la kbit eouatrr from Germany. Another man,
a German named Godfrey Rotlrrf, tad bis
back crushed, causing blm Intense pain, al
though ho li not dangerously Injured. ' There
wet others' tmHeY tbb covering; but they ee
caped unhurt, Coki. .. .
All the best-Patont Medicines sold at Bra
tWs Drugstore. -;
, Ciiiur- Liviso.Ruastingearsat ten cents
per dozen. They are Just as good, however,
as though tkev cost a quaiter.
Tut Blackberry season Is again over, and
many of our farmers are preparing their ground
lot tbe next year's crop It is a paying bi
These will be a Grove Meeting at Davis,
town, this county, commencing August g2nd,
to hold over 8unday, under management of
Rev. H. M. Eaton, assisted by R.v. George
Orbin, Rer. S Hull and other ministers. Rev,
3. Wakefield, D. D., Is expected on Sabbath
"Dyed re the Wool." The perfect stagna
tlon in tbe wool trade has collapsed, and wool
men are on the qui ' again, many to sell
and few to buy. Though the trade has re
vived, prices are not buoyant. But paradox!
cal as it may seem, men that once refused 56
cts. per lb, now manifest a readiness to ac
cept SO. We are pleased to see onr people
accommodate themselves to the "reconstruct
ed" markets with such good grace.
Flavoring Extracts, the very best, at Bra-
den's Drug Store.
"S. II." We see these mystic letters chalk
ed on one of the chimneys of the court house.
As tho Commissioners have just completed
painting the out sido of the structure, a lob,
by the way, commenced some years ago, wo
Interpret these letters to indicate "Some
A line assortment of Puifumcry at Bradcn's
Hoo Choi.fba. We read of the renewed
ravages of the hog cholera in certain localities.
If it were dog cholera we would Invito its visi
Docs and Hous, Cats and Rats. Nearly
every family in Waynesburg has a sow and
shouts running loose on the streets, and a cur
acd a phist to keep them out doors. Ditto
rats and cats to say nothing of fleas. We
do enjoy a happy existence !
Hall's nair Renewer, fir salo at Braden's
INDICATION OV TUB HATES' f OltK l.'Ar-TIBT
Church. This new Baptist Church, which has
been erected on the farm of Thomas W. Tay
lor, Esq., in Washington township, Greene
county, Pa., was dedicated to the worship of
Almighty God, on Thursday, August 15, '07
Ministers present : Revs. A. J. Collins, S.
Kendall, J. Rosscl, C. Tilton, !(. K. Craig, II,
Stewart, J. S, Voders and M. Tilton. Chair
man, M. Tilton ; Secretary, C. Tilton.
Tha following is a short synopsis of the
1. Reading tho Script ure. 1st Kings, 8th
chapter, by Rev. C, Tilton.
3. Introductory prayer, by Rev. II. K
4 Dedication sermon. Ps. 81 chapter, 10th
verse, by Rev. A. J. Collins.
5. Dedication prayer, by Rev. S. Kendall.
. Benediction, by Rev. J. Rossel.
Soijiii'iis' Moncmknt. Can not some scheme
be devised by which Greene county can do
her gallant soldiers the honor of erecting a
monument to th lr memory ? If lliere be
not patriotism, gratitude and enterprise enough
in the male portion of our citizens to make tho
matter even a subject of serious consideration,
we suggest that Me li lies tike it in li vid. It Is
a crying shame that we do not pay this nob'e
sclf-sacrilicing band this poor tribute of re
spect. F.iyetto county Is raising means to affect
the same, object by contributing to a Lottery
Scheme, which wo regard as a somewhat
dou tful method, both as to sound morula nnd
disinterested patriotism. Lei a County Meet
ing be called nnd an nclivo conimiiti c tip
pointed for each township to solicit subscrip
tions and the means will lie furthcoming. Our
people nro neither too ungrateful nor too par
simonious. All that is ncceswy is to put the
enterprise in pncticil shape, nn.l it will be nn
Small-Pox. Though there have been a few
cases a half d 'len at most of small pox of
a mild form in Waynesburg. there has cer
tainly been no ground for the fabulous stories
so prevalent in the country. Soma waegish
persons have slily circulated imaginary reports
width with singular crcdti Ity have beon be
lieved In one instance it was currently re
ported th it there were sixty c ises here. In a
family of only six persons, rhvrn were said to
be down with the disease. In another Instance
it was reported that a certain man's children
had all died with Jhc disorder, when, as the
fact is, ho never had any children. Also, it
is Bald two or three of our old bnchehn' virtt
died with it, and so on. The truth Is, we
have had but one death, that of a colored man,
who, it is now ascertained, had not proper
attention. The other cases have all recover
ed, or are convalescent. No new cases have
yet developed themselves, and it is now hoped
Its spread will be prevented, as our citizens
are taking the precaution to have their fami
lies all vaccinated which is considered a sure
"Stih tiiet Comk!" Notwitlistanding the
river lias dried uo and that communication la
cut off, Evaxs is still receiving supplies of
Iresh Dry Goods and Groceries, and is selling
tnem at Killing cheap rates. lie has just
opened a choice stock.
Oua Jail is without a tenant. Either our
people are very good or the jail very bad.
The latter, we think.
Shaw, supposed to be the principid actor in
the Cookstown murder, returned home last
week and was committed for trial.
"Blesskd bk th Mas who first Invented
Slsep," quoth Sancho Panzi. Sleep has of
ten been "murdered," not in Macbcth's casn
only, but In many modern instances, by Indi
gestion, Nervous Disorders, Headache Mid a
host of other complaints. For all such there
is a remedy, and sufferers may now exclaim.
"Blessed be the man who invented the
PLANTATION BITTERS !" This delicione
Cordial and fine Tonic Is now hniled by mil
lions a tbe great Health Giver and Restorer.
Resolve to bur a bottle, and don't "sleep on
U." '-Be vise in time." 2t
Maokoua Water. A delightful toilet arti
clesuperior toCologneand at half the price.
Wisdok. Since the brutal murder of John
Evans, the peace and order loving citizens of
Cookstown have held a public meeting to de
vise measures to prevent the repetition of
sucll crimes in their midst Among other
things suggested they recommended the Town
Council to petition the Court to revoke all li
censes to sell ardent spirits in the place. -
8a'd Accident Mr. Robert Ferguson, a
young man twenty-one years of age, a resident
of Sttabenvhe, was instantly killed on Tues
day afternoon, August 6th, near Bowerstown,
by the upsetting of a peddling wagon.- Wuk.
At an election of the ''Vigilant" Lodge of
Independent Good Templars, for tho quarter
commencing August 1, I8G7, the following
named officers wcro elected :
W. C. T., Jos Yeateri W. V. T, Mrs.
Stantou; W. S., W. E Parkinson W. T,
Mrs. Jones; W. I. G., MissStonej W. O. G
Tbe following subordinate officers were ap
W. C, Jas. Bestj W. A. 8.. Capt.
Grim i W. F. 8 , Jas. N. Miller ; W. M , Jno
A. Lindsey ; W.;D.iM,. Miss Downey i W
R. II. 8., .Miss Lizzie Wldney j W. L. H d.
Mrs. Kate Rogers,
The Lodge is said to be in a flourishing
condition and Is doing good service In the
Boat to Mokoantown. We understand the
"Old Line" folks are building a beautiful little
passenger and freight Boat, drawing but
few Inches of water, to ply between Geneva
and Morgnntown, and that she will be ready
for business in a few weeks. She will con
nect with tho present boats to Geneva, and
we are authorized tosar that w hen the water
is too low for the large Boats, sho will tun
clear through to Pittsburgh, or to where the
water is sufficient to float tbe large Boats.
Notices of Mtrrinat and DfnttiM inserted free
but all 7ributt3 of Jleintfct and VbitunrieM ehwitd
eight eentt a line. The money must be advanced to
secure tntir insertion.
HARN At his resilience in Greensboro, on
Tuesday, August 18th lust., Mr. J. W. Ham,
aged aoout 50 years.
MOREDOCK At his residence In Greene
township, tills eountv. on the 31st davof Julv
last, ilr. John Moredock, axed Ul years, nine
niontusanu seventeen days.
The deceased was among tho oldest and
most esteemed citizens of the county.
VV.IYXFSIU ltd .lfARKF.T.
WAVNP-siifno, Ann. 11.1S07.
Corrected Weekly fur the Rei'1'BLIcan.
Mutter ffresli roll,) ? V
I'-nic r1 do
Potatoes v IiuhIi.......
, 1 2W1 50
iihiow v m
uimtrv Sonn It.
lirlml I'ciii-hes V tb
KI.DUIl AND OltAIX.
Flour f Mil
(ye f htisii ,
'orn v bush
L'oru .Mnil 'A bush
'olTee V th
I . ii n ft
ltrown sutnr I
lennen Miliar i In
vnm v mil
Moliis.si'H (N.c Irleiilis,)
Soi-tfluim "w ifal
iITTl!t lt;l! MARKETS.
Hatciiiiay, August 17, 1SII7.
Dlll'lni too whole of Hie weett the mnrknU
nave lo-ueia v ru en verv i n . hut. there u
Kootl I't'elmit ill eoiltliieivllll circles, rillrl Him feel-
uiK is iniiiy llnpi'ovlhi; us the lull trmlii must
Mooltcolillm-nrc UU'1 will eerlulllly lie lame. An
('live revival ol lillsiliens Clllitlot he lillli-li Inn.
nn'n. nml Ohio, Winter Ited KH2 10
live y hush
Onls i hush....
orn i hush...
nrinif Nhc it
Ill OIKi 1 1
11 S5.j,U 50
nirnr Cured Hums..
,. I .ti.i in
. 5110 'II 'HI
... I2.i 1.1
Apples j. hhl
L'us fi dn
( Illl'.WiO M tinier.
I1IICAOO, Aumist t7, ISB7.
Fr.Ol'R Mtondv mill firm, for plmh-fi hi-nniU
Jl Snu.U 26'1'or Npriliu extras.
WllKAT-Unsettletl anil ft'.' Ifle to-veron winter
Kraoes, nml ii.i.ic on No. 3prlni(: pales- ol No. I
rsl lit 2 l.Vu.2 17; .No. 2 leil (fiW irj',4; No. 1
snrlllit (I ttMl OH: Nn. 8 SI Tltiil 711. elusion ilnll
lit 1 ; for No. 2 sprliin.
Coru I,ims active uli7y,m4v for No. 1, nnd
'a ri losen nun nna unseu leont onw tor ro.
I nml 51:. fnr Nn '
Hvb etlve nml 7!e hlhor, at 31 M,l 20 for
.u. i , 9i eifi i.t tor .o. i.
ll.VHl.KY tjulel nt le Tor Xo. 2 ill store.
M K.SS l)RK t2Snr2 25.
Hkkv L'Arri.B Quiet nt J7!7 23 for best ship.
lloos Dull nml I.V) !Vk. Inner nt M ai Sn fnr
nil r in ttoiMl,
SlIKEl'-Ullll ntSl W.
Nr.w York. Annmt Thi "rrtmmpmiai
iliore is a deci.led linnrovpmi'iit in hfn dn-
lriuiriH. a grt'itt niiiiiy western nroki'i Imvo
f him w inB rrrui and tnknn their wool out of
nit ((in holing no !hn(. fpw hiv now orlr to
on )url vul, but their onlera tire to Hell at cer-
Tho falt-H for (tin week Itu-IikIa 2V nr flrwA
iiuik"k irmu v'w.i.nj' jO, inciii'iMiK fti.imo irm 3ll li
inn on privntt tornis; 5.1 w Xtm unwnnhtil :ir
.VoltiH tub wool, rf 4,IM V-h XXtoXXx
HiMtn 471'! 1.1 thu II1inijH4l lilfimi tha nv..
lif.ui on pnvait ttnii: i:i.imi 9m .Mpxlttin
Im Ni-w UrtpniisSTc: SV.IJIJ0 lbs NuiU on nrl.
milK GREENE CHUN TY AORICCLTUR-
J. Ali UJUML p AUTUKING SOC1ET
will holil their Wh Annual Exhibition nt the
rnirgrouiKlH, In CMnnicliKla, on
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 10Tn & 11TII
DAYS OF OCTOBER, 1867.
LIST OF rilEMIUMa TO I)E AWARDED:
CLASH 1 UOUMEH SO. 1.
Pest Drnnght Stallion Ji nn
4 " " 4 On
Best Draught Animal i m
Heit 8 year old Mnlltim'lll!!!Z!!ZZl?S!!!Z!l!!Z 4 nt
2 " " X no
Hint 2 year old " D en
2 " " 2 011
Best Yearling HorneColt ami
1 " " . 2 nn
Rent Spring " ..r.'.Zli".. j on
2 j ou
Best Brood Maro with foal at feet 4 00
Best 2 year old Gelding -..Z'ZZ!!Zl.'.'.'.Z'.'..Jl on
Best 2 rear old Mara..".."!..!..'.'."!!!!!!!!!! A m
i " 2 011
Bent yearling maro Colt.... ..g on
a - .. 2 nil
Best Spring Mare Colt.
2 " "
.... ..2 on
Bint 2 year obi Mule.
Bent Yearling Mnle 7.V.'.'."jr.'..'
Best Spring Mute polt!!!!'.."!!!'!'.
Beat Riding and Driving stallion.....'......
Best Maro tor all pniToses......?.!.'.?.'."!".'!!!!!!!
Beat Family Animal..
2 M i
Best t year old Mare
Beat S year old Gelding .....,
Beat Pair Matched Animals
4 M ts
Republican, l&cbnasbctyt, iQ-Cugusi Si, '18O?.
Bust Fair Driving Mule.
Bast Riding Antmal..,..'L'.'.'.."..':,..'."..',.'
Best Walking Animal......."....."."!!!
2 " '
. 2 00
Best Trotting Animal...:... ; 10 00
2 ... 7 00
Best Facing Animal 10 OO
2 " " 7 00
Tn ail.llttnn tn th nvnnl nmnlnm nn IVnllna
a sweepatake promlum of r!5.iJ0 will be given on
live uuicat truiter, wim mu eutnuiee iim uj tl.uu,
CLASS CATTLS 30. 1.
Beat Bull . ..( on
2 " 4 00
Beat Bull under 2 yeura old ...A 00
2 tf jo,,
Beat Bull calf under ( months old 8 00
2 " " 2 00
Beat yoke oxen ... 5 00
2 " " 3 00
Bast yoke oxen nnderl years old. 4 00
2 " " J00
Best Cow.... ... 00
2 " ..: 100
Beat heifer between 2 A S years old I 00
2 " r " " . 2 00
Beat helfor nndef 1 year old 2 00
2 " 100
CLASS S sita NO. 1,
Beat Spanish Back ..( 00
2 " " i..i...:..'. 4 00
Boat yearllngSpnnlsh buck S 00
.2 " " " ;.Ioa
Heat Spanish Dock lamrj 8 00
2 " ' - ..J0O
ileal union DneK J 00
2 " " 2 00
Beat sellalan buck J 00
2 " " 2 1
Heat soutn down, lelcester or ozrordablre
Beat Spanish ewes, t In number....
2 " "
yr. cwos, 6 In number...,
Best " lambs.
Beat Saxon ewes
Heat " lambs,
Beat sellalan ewoa.
Best " lnmbs
Beat display of aouth down, lelcester or ox-
Beat fat ahecp, 10 in number.
NO. 3. 8WEKIS1TAKES.
Best huek .'
.. g oo
In eaae the sweenstakea nremlum be awarded
to either Hueka or Khm 111 either of the nlim-e
elasaea, the llrat premium will be rcfundod to the
CLAMS 4 SWINE.
Best brootl sow
i " '
Beat litter of pla ovor threc mouths old..,
Beat " " under "
2 " ii ii
Beat flit hog
CLASS 5 AOnift'LTl'llAL IMI'
EMENTS NO. 1,
Beat farm wniton
Heat aprlng wmron
Heat grain drill
Heat wheelbarrow "'"'!!!""'
Heat liny elevntora
Best ehwrry aeotlers
Heat mowing machine
Beat feed cutter """"
Heat roller ,
Heat horse rake
2 " '
Best grain criulle
Heat and lnrneat display of tiirwam.'..'....'!!.'.'.'.'..4 00
" 9 m
Heat hand rnkea, 2 In number.
Heat drawing knli'c
Heat tiro horse plow
i ii ii i,
Heat harrow "ZZZZZ.
lest shovel plow
Heat mattock jf.
Heal broad hoe
Hi'st tlraimlit chains
Heat sliotl horse
2 " '
Ili-wt enok atove 2 Ml
Heat tire atovo
CI.A1S 0. No i
Beat aet win, or eliaira
2 " "
Beat set split-bottom chai
H"t arm chair, apllt-bottom..
Beat half llozen brootna
2 " " "
Beat mnrblo work
Best suznr mill 4 00
. " 2 00
Beat cvnpornter 3 00
CLASS 7 HARNESS, LEATHER, 4a
Best set double hiirneas 5 00
J " " " -l iri
Best set single harness ..'.'.'..'.'."". '.'.1 SOU
i " " o 1111
Boat gent's soddlo .........3 Mi
2 9 in
Beat Indies' saddle .3 00
2 " " q en
Best gents' sniMlc-trees, 3 In nuinlier 1 Mi
nest niiiiea aiuiiue-ireea. 3 in nuiniHr 1 00
Hit calf akin
Beat aide upper leather
Beat side sole lent her
Best pair flno boots, sewed
Best " coamn boots "
2 " " " ...
Best women's tine shoes, sewed.
., 1 ii
Best " pegged.
g 11 11 11 11
Best cured lmm, two In number 1 01)
Beat lard, 5 Itis
Heat lionev, 5 Hia
2 " "
Beat maple animr, 5 Itw
Hi'al niajile niiilnsses, one gallon
Bt aorgum aiurur. 6 lbs ,
2 " '
Beat florgum molasses, one gallon ...
CLASS 9 XANCrACTTRKD ARTICLKS NO 1.
Bi'at fulled cloth ...........2 Ho
2 " " ...i on
Bint red flannel , .'....J On
2 " ' ;'. i on
Biitdmis goods, domestic , 2 on
2 " " i on
ilest pair factory blankets 3 M
" 1 00
Best pair blankets, home-made....... .2 00
' . -.1 nn
Best yarn carpet..: ...,...... on
" " .i Ml
Beat rng carpet..
Best flax linen, five yards ;....
Best low linen
Best tnhlo linen ...
, 1 no
Best linen thread, two' iaiZZZZZ.'.'Z...Z oft
Best white qnllt 3 00
1 " " I nn
mti iiiney quilt g no
. " ' .. I on
ueai scrap nuiii a on
a " " I no
oesipaicn quilt m .......2 IN)
" - 1 00
' CLASS 10 KO. 1.
Best crotchet work ..,i or)
a " ' an
Best cryatollscd work -...............I no
2 " J ". fin
Best knit Inserting an
i " " ..... !K
Best crotchet edging . fio
Best oriental painting
... . 60
Best ornamental hair work....
Best ornamental slippers.
Best pocket handkerchief. Vri'.r.-
1 " "
Best pin cushion
2 " ............
Best needle hook..... ZZZ'ZZZ".
Best work basket..
Best watch pocket..
...... l oo
Best chemise, band and aleves. j 00
Best " yoke and lleeres. 00
Best gloves, borne made..,........;..,,
CLASS 11 NO. 1.
Best coat made by machine
Beat coat mad by hand .....
2 " "
dbih veai maqe Dymacnine
Best vest made by hand
Best pants mado by machine
Beat pants made by hand!'.".'.'.!l'.!!!I!"!liJ!!.!!!i!!!!!!t 00
2 " " IK
Best bonnet made by exhibitor 1 00
2 " 50
Best dress.j. 2 00
2 " 4 1 on
Best lamp mat ;...i.i 1 00
2 " " ; ... 60
Best hearth rug made by exhibitor ...,;..l rJO
2 ' " (o
Beat suit for children..... t 00
Best rustle work.. . 1 00
2 " " 60
Best pair cotton hose......
Beit pair linen " so
2 i., . . i, '
Best pair wqoion " "!"!!!!""!!!!"!""!!'.!"!!!! so
2 " .... 26
nest pair wooicn socks
It " "
cLjfis 13 FRUIT.
Best collection apples, grown by exhibitor....! 00
. ....1 00
Beat specimen " " 1 pk " ....100
'A - " m rj
Best collection peaches
Best " pears
" " .... SO
Best specimen " ; ,.,..1 00
Best " quince 1 00
Best collection plums .i no
Best specimen ' i gallon 60
Beat collection of grapes . 1 00
. " M
Best specimen " 1 (10
2 " " so
Best domestic wines, 1 pt. of each......!!"!i".""l On
2 " " " 60
Best collection currents 50
Beat " gooseberries 60
Beat " strawherrles 60
CLASS 11 OAnilRN VKQETAULKS.
neat collection of potatoes 1 00
Heat specimen " 60
ileal sweet 1 Ml
Heat beets 60
Heat eabbnue. 2 heads AO
Best pumpkins, four in number 60
Best parsnips... 60
nest collection gnruen vegetables 1 ou
2 " " 1 00
CLASS 15 NO. 1.
Beat nnd most wheat grown on two contliu-
UUM UCI CH Ji on
2 " " 9 111
Best " " corn 6 00
Beat " " oats
2 " "
Beat apeelmen wheat, i bushel
Ileal. tuns "
Best " corn "
Best " timothy seed, V hush
2 a it -ii
Beat " clover " "
2 11 ii 11 11
Beat newly Introduced wheat, i bushel.
2 M '
Best " " corn !!
Beat " " out a
CLASS 18 I'HESRRVKH.
Beat preserved apples, one qt
2 nreserveil iiomIi-h. one ol
Beat preserved peaelies "
pears " 1 00
plums " 1 nO
" " 60
quinces " 1 Ml
" " 50
giKisberries " 1 Ml
" " 511
CLASS 17 JKI.LIES.
Best current Jelly one pt 50
Best quince " " 60
Hest blnekberrj " " 60
Ilest apple butter " 5u
Hesf toliiato " " 60
Heat blackberry Jnm " 50
Heal atrawbi'ri'.V Jelly " 50
Hest lliai'lnillaile 60
Hest soft light bread 1 00
. 2 fit)
Heat pound cake ,.,
Heat butler, tlveltm
2 ' :.
3 11 11
Ilit eneumber pickles
Hest solid soap
6 " "
Beat collection of tlowers 1 00
2 " ' 50
Boat design of Mowers 1 00
2 " " 61)
Beat cactus (popes hendi 1 00
2 " " 60
Best " sqnare .........l 00
2 H " 60
Best crysthemum ... 1 no
2 " 50
Bit dahlia t o1)
2 " : 60
B.-st verbena...... 1 00
2 " '. 60
CLASS 20.i ....
Beat col. geographical spcclmensofmlnornl....'i 00
AND OTHER PURPOSES.
As a Roofing Material It stands nnrlvalled. A
mastic It adapts Itself to every shape and slope.
Non-combustible, Impervious, nou-expanslve,
and undecaylng, , .
FROST DOES NOT CRACK NOR II EAT
The only roofing material ever discovered that
will realat the action of the elements as long as
the structure It protects. Being susceptible
of little. If not any wenr from exposure, and per
fectly FlUE-PKOOF. It Is unequalled as acont
lng for Manufacturing nnd Farm Buildings, fen
ces, bridges, bottomaof Vesacla, Vaults, Ae.
Kefi-rencf given In any part of the otuntv, or
specimens shown to visitors. Apply by letur,
or In person to
It, h. Ji in ex, IVextlcvsviu.!, Wash. Co., Pa.
B.H.IHjAK,- .. h. L.40Nr,
Liccnstsm of Wash, and Greene counties.
. - is W..JONEH, Aokkt,
4-21-tf. . , Waynesbnrg, Pa...
HIE MONONGAHELA HOUSE, v..
ic' LAKDiso, oaaass couktt, '.,' ;
OLIVER & BAYARD, PROPRIETORS,
Ths hest accommodations Airnlshed the travel
llnsbuhllc. House and nnnnrtenaneea onrnnlelA.
Table always Spread bountifully with thcdelloa-
ciea or ine svsanm. norsea lor aire; rern Ana
stabling at reasonsbl rate.
ti n I w lr if l n on n i --r
f IV A 11 & , 11 U U It U A ll J
Itss Just opener), a Art class
' i I '
STOCK : 0 ! l)Rt -GOODS, " ' r
CLOTniNO, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, 4C, &C.
In the Store Room of George E. Minor, and
nearly opposite the Farmers' A Drovers' Nation
W A Y N ESBUBG. P Ai
. : vl . i . . ; . 1 ... ,,
Ttys stock la .
ALL KEW AND )?RESU 1
Hewmtlo respectfuiiy lnv'llo thspuhlte to call
and examine his large and foahlonuble slock.
His taste and experience In selecting goods ; his
energy and determination to please tha public
has rendered htsa
FIRST CLASS STOKE!
Ills stock embraces a large assortment of
GEXTLEMENS' CLOTHING !
of tho most fashionable and durable qualities.
. JllSU VI1B UUUBt IIUGUlM oi .
LADIES' DltESS GOODS, HEAVY- DttESS
BILKS WITH WHITE EDGE,
and a full assortment of Fancy Figured Silks of
ull colors. Also, Empress t'loth, I'opllna, Mo
tainbliiies, Wool Defuliis double widths, Hllk
Hhawla, Klstorl .Shawls, (Silk Kacqucs latest style.
I'lirnsola, Fancy Funa, Engltali ltlblams nhd
other ribbons of all colors nml widths; Huts.
wi-4iiiin mm r lowers, 14ICO lianilKereillers allU
Embroideries, and a full assortment of
TRIMMINGS IN GENERAL;
Also. Counter Pones. Ijicp PiiVlnlns. Plnnn
Covers, Melialeon Covers, yule Table Covers, und
In abort a full stock of all aoods usual I v kent in
atlrst class Trimming Htore.
linn t lorget me piaco, in the NEW BTOIIE
ROOM of Geo. E. Minor.
;7-H t'KANK, M G17ROAN.
Ol'inER AGAINST THE WOKI.DI
VNOTHER HUGE ARRIVAL
Petormtnari tnljfifnrcniont In fVrry tiling, Outlier
UflN JUHl ri'UL'lVL'U ino
LARdEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK
Kvcr brought to Wayiienburf?.
Oo to Oulhrr'n,
Oo to (Jii.liir'B,
tiu tu Quihpr'n,
If you wnnt
If you want
If you want
CTienp Gondii I f
Chenji GoiKla !
Cheap Goods 1 I
ntlSINESS MAN'S COMMERCIAL COL-
NoS. ( AKAl gT. Cf.AIlt CTIimT,
This Institution has been inpperatlon fnroVum
ber of years, and Is conducted successfully bynn
able corps of teachers, whose object'ls to make
each pupil understand thoroughly every brnnch
to prepare them .for .
BUSINESS MEN I
Itook-kecnlna. Penmanshln and Arithme
tic, (time unlimited,) ....1M0.I
Bnnk-keeplna, Penmanship and Arithme
tic a months, , an 00
Business and Ornamental Penmanship per '
month 1ft fl)
Comon English Branches per month 10 no
a iKcnrn, ruonogrnpny anil tiusmess vorrespon
denco according to agreement.
Allourspeclmensarceieetited with apen. -
A full course ran be completed In eight weeks.
For circular or specimens, address
a INTERNAL REV. NOTICE.
AH wirun wtptiinff Oovrrnmnt Llfiw or
information uj m en prvymotui nf octMr wnvra
mrnt Tuxf. reftldlns in lHvisifm No. 9. roranoN.
l of Marlon, Krankllti.' Wnvn. Alleppo, Gll-
nior?.ppnnnniii, nirf, jncKnan, nirnnni ana
Morrlii townnhlpt will call on m! nt my oniro la
WHyneslmrK, HI MUX KINKHART,
IT. H, Afu't AnseiMor Dlv. 'o. 9. Jlth DUt. f Va.
E. A. TINKER... -...II, W MAPEL.
fJUNKER 4 MAPEL,
FOR THE SALE OF
HOGS; CATfLE 'AND SHEEP,
WEST iBiITCttORE Miim.tim
COnstgnmants rssrpertfally sUeltsd. AU am-
muntcattna. prordnv answered, resit Ode.
JUEH1FF 8 BALE.
I)V Wlplliajir w.t A '-..11. 1 I .
. .....vwiw mi, ui , riiuiiwui ripouw.
Issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of
Greene county, and to me directed, there will b
exposed to public sala at tha Court Hawse, In
SATCRDAT, Ttii DA? OF SEPTEMBER
hext.atorie ocl'Ock. p. m., the following proper
ty, vli: All tho right, title, tntest and claim of
defendant of. In and to a certain House and lot
situate In Wayneaburg Grwne county, Fa., ad
lolning tots h(.V. lfc Miller on the north; ths
W Mhlrlgtort road on the west, an alley on tha
east and Franklin Ht. on the south.
Taken In execution asthc property of Ahenlom
nedaeatlhasu.lt of Dr. Jonathan Hit
HEATH 0OUN8, Bh'IT.
PMINISTRATOU'3 8ALli "7.
,.1 w.",,,?5tpo0. J9 Pnb,, In front of ths
Court Ilduse, at w ayncsburg, on
) !- . ..
, SATURpAT. AUGCST SI, 186T,
kt 1 o'clock, six shares of stock In the first Na
tional Bank of Waynesburg, belonging to ths
ealnteof WltrJamiJrako; dea"d. 1
Terms CashV ' RAI.Prt TOAKE,
:14-ts Admr. of Wm. Drake. deo'd.
QKrjUAH'3 IjOURT pALB. ;p
Ity virtue of a dcores ana In puriusnoe of an
rdet tasued out of Die Orr.hant'court of Greene
oomi tf, 1 will axposo to public sals, on the presa-
' ' ' : ' - ' ' .
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1187,
1 i , . j . .
a certain messuage snd.treot of land sonata In
Jeirerson township, aaljolnlng Unds of Joha ant
George Hex, lib-hard Huwkln., IloHi Thos. P.
PllllOa'U Thna Mh,irni,&.lr .n.l Ihi-i ft .
hos. Uharpnock snd Daniel Murdook;
( TIlltEE-fOUpiI, ACHES,
more flr less, about ona ribrt'drcij acres of whloh
are elfiired, and hu thereon a hewed log dwel
ling ODhse. a stable and sheep-shed, apple
orchard, coal, llmc-ttons, dci being the proper
ty of the estate of r
ISAAC BLACKLEDQE, DEC'D.
The same will ha sold In one or two parcels, as
....j uvucrmmumi lor iiioso iniereNlflil in U1S
'eM' .. , . Trustee
Bv virtue ofa writ of Venditioni Exponas, Is
sued outuif the Court of Common Pleas of Greens
county, and to me directed, thorowlll be expos-
ru..v Mini ib mo vuuri iiuuie. m w avniis
burg, on .. ' '
'.'. ; '.' 1" . ; i; ..,
THE 81st DAY OF AUGUST
next, atone o'clock, p. m., the following proper
ly, viz: All theriiiliL ml,, int,.r..t. o,V,r i..i...
of defendant of. In, and toa certain tract of land
situate In Center township, Greene eounty, pa.,
containing , , '
i . ( . -i,.ii . . '.
ONE HUNDRED ACRES!
morn or less, about twenty-flvo acres elssrefll '
adjoining lands nf Jesse Scott, Ephrliini!Morrls!
KM Knight and others. . .. . ..,'
as the nronnrtv nf Jneksnn
atef nt the
ic suit of tho Mrsi National Bank
HEATH, .KWH. Shcr(ff.
rALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE!
DAN KM, 4C.
The undersigned offers nt private aalo that valu
able properly, situate nn the .Monongiilmla lliver,
at the Mouth of Muddy Creek,, Greene county.
I'cnii'n., containing about forty-five (-Ifi) acres iif
rich bottom land. Thero lsuu tho premlsiv a
S T E A M E N O I N E !
which' will lie. Includot In the sole. ThnCnai
Banks laopennnd ahowa uh inexlmiiatable sup
ply. Nomura deal ruble locntlob for a Distillery
can he founil In the Mlnle.
For further particulars nprlv to E," A. Flennl
ken, linvldaon s Ferry, Greene county, l'a.,or by
letter to tho undersigned.
.ioiix m. DArtrtAfr, '
HjMm IlnrtsvlHc, Duck Co., Pa.
For rnle. l.."!f)f) neroa of Tinili.e t nml nn 1 1. n
Bulliniore iiiHl niil,, Itallroad, near .lllleton
Station, West Vn.,on which there Is a Htenm
Haw Mill, Tannery and abundance of the best
kind ofstnve. Building and stave Timber. la
rich and well, adapted tn grazing, nnd will be
cut In pareela loauls purchase ra. Apply to O.
Marshall near tbe premises, or to iinwaon
Adnms, Waynesburg, Greene County, Pn.
Letters testamentary upon the estate of Joseph
Thompson late of Centre tp., Greene county Pu.j'
nee'd., having been granted to the underslKned;
notice la hereby given to all persons Indebted
to snld estnte to make Immediate pnvment, and
those having claims against the same will pre
sentthem properly authenticated for settlement.
DAVID TIIoMPMON, ."
DM'iISTUATOR'3 NOTICE. ,
Letters of administration' having ho granted
to tlm nndersluned unon fbe tt ni ian.
Sharplieok, ofjeiterson township, (freeno coun
ty Pa., clee'il.; notice Is hereby given to nil per
sons knowing themsolves Inilobted tnsnld estnfn
to makeimmedistepnyment, nnd those hnvlng
elalieswlll present them property nuthentlcal
edforse"ltmeD', HENRY RHATIPNECK,
-i Mberlandtp., Adnilnkstrntor. '
yTmiNlsTIUTOR s notIce"
Isttirtt nf njlminlatrnllrm hnvlnn huii'm. n IA
(oUie.iHiderainii.'il unon ttaeeatatenf .lohn Mor.
ilock, Mr., of Greene eounty, Fenn'a., dec'd.j
notice Is hereby given to all persons In
debted to snld estate to make Immediate pay
ment nnd those hnvlngclHlms wlH present them
proicrly authenticated for aelllement. ,
JAM III JI. MDItiyiCK, . '
JAM FX H. FOItDYCK.
8;U-w nf Greene tp., admlnistrnUirs.
?H-a -fJf '
HE RUSH IS NOW AT
DRtd' STORE! j
' " ... . i . .' V-. ,
He respectfully Informs the citizens and pliral
clans gcnernlly, that h. has reoelved the largest
and finest stock of
DliUGS AND MEDICINES' '
ever offered In thla market .which he will '
than can bo purchased anywhere eloe la the
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS!
Dry and In ollof tbe very best quality, cheaper
than the cheapest.
cf tha very finest selection.
OLD LIQUORS 1 , r-
nt all kinds, the finest that can bo procured' In
UNYIELDING LUNG SYRUP!
, A remedy unsurpassed fof (he cure of bleeding
or the lungs, spitting of blood, soreness of ths
hrenst ami chest,. Will change the frail yellow
complexion lo ono of health, and will core dy-
imimu. xius syrup ia one oi tne most tiseitii
meiliclmainr the dnv. Thl& U-s tnl merilclnA
and wr do not know of It foiling In a single caaa
W V It. I
Also, all other Dromfnent natent medlcla
always on hand,
wnv. nn h.n.l T. r,.A-l,,. ,1.. f',.....i. W r.
terminator, the' heal In use for diseases of th
Also, a syrup the only remedy for hooping
couah, all for
sale at e
t S. Odenbaugh's Drag Store.
ATToisrr skd cocustttoa at taw.
rnaddftirmtdotheT business will attend to si
In Kankmptcy that may h entrusted tohia
am. OfBo.,opposit. Dmf Store of O. W. Hob
, ' '.;.....