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rmtucvai aid icbobom.
Offloe In Jewell's baUdlnff, West and of Main Bt.
CIA LIS IX DBUOd AKO MEDIC Dnti,
Uquort and everything pertaining to flrtt
elans Dnif Wore. Prescriptions carefully com
pounded. "Weigh' Old btand," V.'nyneaburg
la. a;j; oo-tr.
pEO. & JEFFEUY,
An buttne pertaining to the offlee attended to
promptly. Office wltli F, 1A. Telegraph Co.,
east of the Court Howe. 4;l-tf.
lRST NATIONAL BANK.
Of WATH BsBUBtl
BIROOUNT DAT TUBBPATB.
IX lloicnL Prea't, J. a Funiiu, Cashier.
May Mj 'M-ly.
Dealer In Dry Oooda, Groceries, llardware,
AT MCCOY'S OLD STAND,
DEAIBB M BOOK! ASD BTATIOKBItT,
Wall Paper, Window Paper. Ao.
tor all Binoseomtantiy o
,u, room in
od by Cot'
Mrs, Knsh's building, formerly
toroll 4 Taylor, Wayneaburg, fa.
May 9, 'Oo-ly.
WATCHES AND JEWKLRT,
MATS STREET, OrrOHlTB COtJITT rtOtJBB,
Keep on hands always a oholoo and aeleet a
aortment of Watoliu and Jewelry- Repairing
HE MONONGAUELA I10U8E,
PICE'S LANDIBO, OBUKXB COUXTT, PA.,
OLIVER & BAYARD, PROPRIETORS,
The best aoonmmodatlona fnmlahod the travel
ling public. Houhu und appurtunaucea complete,
Tnttln alwnvs Hnrtuul lMiunLlfuilv with tile delica
cies of the season, lluraoa fur hire; feed and
BADDLB ARD 11AIINEM MAKES,
(IN WILSONS BUILDING, MAIN BT.)
laddies, Bridles, Harnnm kept on hnnd and
maile hi order. Work done In the best atyle, and
at reaaonalile rntea.
-U'pairlng a speciality on ahort notice.
Farmer frlendH golook at hla atock. 4;M-ly.
I have located In'Wavncabnro. and am cecit'
pytnittho late roaldenoeof Dr. H. rt. Pattun. Hav
ing ijikmi arenL lutlns to Ikhyiitia thoroughly ac
quainted with both the theory and practice of
Hunt lauy, ana nnving naa an oxperienre in auven
yearn In the profession, I feel warranted In aay
liiu thiii mv nntlenta shall iinvonocaniiolooom-
philn of Inferior operations. Extraction will bo
rendered painless, when desired. ty the admin
iHtrut.inn nf "Lnuu hthir ana" or otneratiestholles.
f Thames moduraui. anil all onorntlons warranted
aa represented. I will b at homo without run
A dvknti'HK from the nnocnin to inn miniem
of every uiontli. JUS. (J. ilrau 1U.
hi ARULE WORK3,
(JBWELL'B OLU BTAKD, VPPEB EMTJ 0 TOWS.)
The public are respectfully Informed that Pliim
incrKtrlll Hro.haveJUBt received a large atock of
all kinds of
Hwih aa Ornvo Btonea, Monnmeiila, Mantlo
vorlc, Jko. Wo are prepared to furnlah vmk at
reaNonalile terma on abort notice. Call anil ex
amine our stock, atyks, aud pttaea, bvfore pur
vtiHainif elaea'bere. 6;!i-tt
g HERMAN HOUSE, '
iUST OPENED BT
Piwlllvely the moateompletc Hotel In onr town.
Evorythliia; combined to fnrnlfli the beat aocom
nioriiitlon ever yet oireral to the public.
MciilH furnlahetl at all hours, table provided
wit h the beat of the season.
Travellers and those dcslrons of refreshment
will ili well loeall. "Tom" alill retains his old
reputation of an nwmimoilatlntr gentleman, end
hiwpltnhlo Innillord. House, the
occupied liy the "Meaaenger'
JOHN U. HOFFMAN,
ilOnOANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA.
ATTORNEY FOR COLLECTING
ruNSJOaS, UOUHTIK8, ABBBAM Of PAT,
AND ALL MILITARY CLAIMS.
Havlne hail 17 years experience In prosecuting
such claims, I have become familiar with the
various Laws and the laino amount of record
evidence In my poeaeaslon enables mo to be very
HuceeKshtl In prosecuting suNpended clalma, and
In many limtitni'es have proved successful when
theclaliiinnt had loneclvnn them up In despair.
No niiiito how dilllcult Uio cliUua ao It is JuaU
CAkUlAOli HJiL-rACTDRER, WATKK8DUB0, PA.
Resipeetftilly gives notice that he hag located In
Wnynmburg, Pa., where ho Intends to manu
Of every description. From hla experience In
the hiiHlncHS he feols couodunt. that Ida work, In
atvle.tltilah and durability, will Klve entire sat
lsfanlliin. It is Ida determination to purchase
the beat mnterlid in market, and employ none
but competent workmen.
-Xll woik wwrautedforonoyear.fX
AYNESBURG MARBLE AND STONE
8AYERS & RINEHART.
mill eontlnne to carry ontheMarMe and Stone
cult I nn huslneaaat their long oalnbllshed atand
Immedlnte east of the Pnblle Bqnnre, between
ITltrli unit nrveni, Mlreets. WnvncsbnrK. Pa.
This osiammnmcm nna necn in cunwmui. .ir-
ntlon since 1K, and the long experience and en-
enryotino proprieiors, unaiKi hihi.iiid
else of sound Judgment and good taste, have won
for them a wiuespreau ann euviamw rvun.,,
An n.Lm.lun mtm- nf ttlM VkHOUI VafletieS Of
the twat marblo kept oonatnntly on hand. Spe
cial attention paiu to pouauiua;, "", v
lng and enenmvlna;. M.mjt
All orders promptly filled. Vt aa-ic
Oboror. R. RnTRntat,
Attorney at Law.
Johh C. Waokbb,
OTURGISS & WAGNER,
UNITED STATES Cl.AIM AND GENERAL
COLLECTINO AOiuaN IB.
KfVat the adjustment of CLAIMS, ot all klnda
againai uie u uttea owum, whu mm
PENSIONS INCREASE OF PENSIONS, BOUN.
A x, iiw ajwitus iiwi.. .in,
and these of any other claaa call on or write to
the Military and Naval Agency or
BTUROIH8 at WAGNEB,
Walnut St., 1 door below Havana' eornar,
t,V4il MOncLaNTOWN, W. VA.
E. A. TINKER H. L. MAFEU
rpiKKER 4 MAPKL,
FOR THX BALK OP
HOGS, CATTLE AND SHEEP,
AT THEIB OWW T AsVD,
WIST BeVLTDfORK, JUBTLAHD.
Awonrara kd. vm stock aWAua
nwliMiaM mi iiaaaaay aaatwaawau raaaawi
ram rsorotD nruoton
H. BINE II ART!
FOR 3ELL1NQ CHEAP GROCERIES!
Haylngjut returned from the eirjr, ne naaopen-
ed the largeai
NE W GROCER Yl
In town. He dealrea to inform tne eitiaena 01
Wayneabarg and vloiniiy 01 uie care as naa u
kes In aelectlni hla atock, harlng on hand a good
ClEfinONS, TOBACCO, nOAIM, TAR, alao.
rlWIV IP4Hr, nrti.vy, vihow
11EEF. POTATOICa FIHH,
4o c 4a, 4o.
Gall and tee nim aa he haa been getting
A NEW SUPPLY!!
Vnn sin find him aepommodntlnit. and ran leu
lower than any one In the place. Be a are to go
to the right place, in
LEDWITH'S OLD BUILDING,
Opposite the Court Bonae and formerly oeenpled
by the Poat Offloe.
ot or Tna tnnon,
OkOCUV AMD COSrCT10T I
Mr.Hooper would still have hla friends and pat
mna bear In mind, that be continues In the Gro
cery and Confectionery traile at hla naual place of
doing business, and t
inai ueuiujusb revel vwi
oi the boat quality of all article! tn hla Una,
Tnvrt NOTIONS, and a treat variety of useful
articles aiwaya on nanu.
Tn connection with the above. Mr. Hooper
And all the luxuries of the season can be ob-
Tno most attractive anu moai popniar rrwrv
in town. o-,i oo-iy,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
cb noon wnrr or petbb brow's arena.
Wa have Inat received a well aeleeted stock of
.h.niA I.- f .in v iniki'h'inii'a uriiH via nnr.
.lineil fir r4Kii nml nra confident that we can
suonlv onr customers and all who may favor ns
with a call, as cheap, if not cheaper, than any
other house in me county.
SNUFFS, CANDI.KS, SOAPS, EXTRACT, COF'
r tE, 81 KAWbtmutH, Jbiiiaiu),
n. Ac. Ac.
TW.n'1 fnil to examine ouratnek and see for your
selves, for we are determined to aell aa cheap aa
the oheapeaU BiS-u 0
LUCAS 4 00.
rOEWABDIKO AKD COHMISB10R MBKCnABTB.
AnH ito.1ra In neneertes. TTardwAra. Leather.
Hhoe Flndlnita, Iron, Nulla.Snlt.Klah, e. Also,
aenta ar Aubrey, cromiow a t iton i w intuiw
HASH. AaTippiy Kepi conwianny ihi iiuiiun. imy
Ijtnuing, m.,anove me ui:n. nj
OBOOEB1 ADO COstMUaioa BlBB
No. 77, EXCn ANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
JA. B. I.AZKAR,
As the Arm of HUGHES LUCAS la alsaolved
by mutual consent, the Commission business
will still be carried on at the old atand, In good
order, and on the moat reasonable terma. In the
name and style or L. lU.'ClHEH A CO., (aenlor
partner.! They flatter themselves, by having
the Honse and the beat location in urn pi- nr
that business, that they will keckivb a liberal
hereof the public patronage.
They will also Keep a gooo anppiy m c..
IESon hand to accommodate all who may favor
them with a call.
I HUGHES! A COm
Rice a Landing, Pa,
IS WATNE8BCR0, PENWAt
TIIOS. BRADEN & CO.,
( A t the store room formerly oeenpled by Andrew
Wilson, Br., next door to xtrauen a imug Btnre.i
Reapeetfnlly Informs the good people of Greene
OOUDiy, uiat uiry umvm tifMHiw
And lnvltea a call from their frlende and the pub
licgerMtrally. Ttieirstore is filled with verything
In their line needed by the farmorsnd mechanic.
Being praetleal farmers, they know exactly the
wants ottneirntrroeTDrtenoa. Among tnetr var
iety of gooria will tie rnunl iron, Walla, of all
kinds, Planes of all varieties, Aucera, Braeea,
Ac. Tattle toothed, cross mat and mill saws.
nana aawa ana aowavs su e in nuwiia,
Mowing Machine. Cottlns Itoxaa. Oorn abeilflra,
Plows, Caltlvalora, sUaovala, Fovka, aaat evarr
thiug la Unit Horn.
A general aseortanant of aaddlery hardware, to
WUica may invwo ma atiaamon oa pnniuaaaiia.
WOODEN WABI Of ALL KINDS
Tabs, Boeketa, Batter Bowls and an klnda of
Kitchen Wooden Pixie's. WUIow Baakeaa,
Brooma. nruaba. coal aueKata, jtraaa Katuea,
Buggy Whips, BhU gaoa, Jhqra Wagoo ana
AU person oMmaaaf aurehaatnaj any of the
above arUelea and many other ao4 nuntloaart,
will aonaaut thtr latsaaat by
. CALLDIO BOOH
k tcVaaiaaaTaaa-taailti nUitaatlaat
a. aasMawaMi sm
"he lcinnehuvQ Republican, 5itg5ij7. cloWr 9, .SOT,
WHOLES A L E ,
M'ELROY, DICKSON A CO.
NO. Si WOOD STREET,
Now offsr to dealers tnalr
FALL STOCK, "
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
IN GREAT TAIUBTY,
gOMETHING HEW I
MRS. 4 B. BAYERS A DOSKINSOlf
Hart J oat arrived from the East with large
SPRING AND BUMMER STYLES I
which they propose to aell at the lowest CASH
prlcea I such aa ureas uootie, ures Trim
ming, Dreas Muttons, Ladles
Bbawls, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps ; also,
great variety of
nice article, at
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES' WEAR,
Wares of all klnda, and a complete variety of the
rmst OK4M7KRIKH. AUof which ther propose to
aell at the very lowest figures, depending on the
unllty anu cneapnesa ot ineir gooua to gain
(live them a call Derore DurcnaainBT eieewnere.
and they will prove that the aliove la oorraot.
Roomtn Alllaon'a building, nearly opposite the
Court Houae, Wayneabarg. il,'67-tf
gEAUTIFUL DISPLAY I
DRY. GOODS, CLOTHS, CAS3IMER3, &o.,
EVERYTHING IN THE LINE I
wi.hlniF tn elnuimt for tha Fall trade, haof-
fers hlsgooda at astoniahlng low ratea foreash.
The stock la aa late aa the latest and the beat In
Minor's Building, opposite the Greene House.
4121401, u a, XilAin.
EW STORK I
Haa Just opened a Art alaaa
STOCK OF DRY GOODSk
CLOTHING, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, AO .AC
in tha Rtoto Room of George E. Minor, and
nearly oppoaite tli rarmera iirovar' nation-
W AYNESBURG, PA
ALL NEW AND FRESH I
ty wm.11 nsTMctfbtlv Inrlle the noWIe to call
and examine hla largo and fashionable atock.
i- . . - . .. .1 uplsnn. I. BAlAKtintf tfvwls Ilia
energy and determtnatlan to pleas lb pubUe
ha ranaorea nia a
FIRST CLASS STORE I
Hi Mock embrace a large assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S' CLOTHING I
of th tnoat fashion abl and dnrahl qoalltta.
Aiao,ui uses aoauir oa
LADIES' DRKW OOOTM. HEAVT DDH
BILKS WITH WHITE EDGE,
and a tall assortment of Fancy Figured Bilk of
all colors. Also, Empress mom, t-opnns, r
aarablqaea, Wool DebUna double widtba, 811k
Knawia, tuatonnnawis,oiK rwn(ur. n.Mm.M.j.v.
rmmL rMw sm GtMiiah ititihnai and
other ribbons of all colors and widths Hata.
wreaths ana Flower. Laee HanaKreiuaa ana
KsabrutdarUa. and a full aaaortmsntof
TKIMMIItOS E OE5ERAL.
Alao, Coantav Pan, Lae Cnrtalna, Piano
Cover, Melodeaai Covers, Sid Tab) Oovara, and
in isan a iuu aaawa as ail
gnodaosually kept la
Irat alaaa Trlmaalng atora.
Dnn-a annrat taw plaao, la ah :
OOM of ,. Muaor.
ajf-r FKAint 1
tj & nrrKBdAL rxv. notice.
All bjmom arswilng Ooreraajaait U
laairmatloa a te Um parsMatt of othar
aaaat Tax, rsainlns la Dl vtsasn Ko, a.
aa at asanoa. rraaaua, wawaa, Atasaook u
aaora,ajarlaThtn,Oasitr, ackaoa. Kwaill ai
Biotvaa WeaaaH) will wrt eataas at rey oee
Dm Plata Words.
T.ittlnKnva anmptimrta tint ob their!
tathers' boots or their big brothers'
clothes, and act as though that had
mnrln them Innwr ant! more ImDor-
tant j but nobody is deceived, and they
are only laughed at. Young writers
und BnenkprH Rhnnld remember this
when clothing their thoughts with
lantniage. Never try to find large or
higfi sounding words. They are not
natural, ther will he awkwsrdlv used,
will often show miss-fita, and expose
the author to ridicule. An ambitious
vouno- student, in writins his compo-
nition. thus attemnted to describe a
1 I 1. i 1 . I
very aars. nigni reneunoua kiwui
obscured the darkening shade." The
teacher, on reading it, remarked, "this
being translated into plain English,
means 'dark darkness darkened the
darkening dark f that is, I suppose, it
was very dark." A young lady
expressed the idea of a fine sunrise j
"the roval kinp? of day. clad in glorious
eolden Danonlv of dazzline effulgence,
flooded the earth with gorgeous bright-
ness." "It is easier to swallow a die-
tionary than to digest it," remarked
the teacher, on reauinp- that outburst,
In all writing, strive to express the
thought most clearly. Nobody cares
to nnwrnn a dozen or more coverings
to ffet at a small narcel of candy. If
you have a pleasant idea, ont with it
in as iev anu piuin wurus its pooiuro,
and not oblige the reoder to strip offa
pile of waste word wrappers. Use the
language in which you think and con-
versejtttrf will be entirely natural.
In time you may learn to make it ele-
gnnt. Strive for excellent thoughts,
and to express them clearly ; they win
oe vaiuaoie even 111 tuo uuiueuo
wonls, just as a beautiful face is attrae-
tive in the plainest garb.
The French papers announce the
death of two noted personages the
oldest prisoner and the oldest cxecu-
tioner in France. The former indivi-
in 1810. by personating juarsnai
a . air l -1
Brcme. of whom he was the valet, and
reviewing the French troops at Val-
encienncs. Kauroaas ana tciegrapiis
not then being in existence, the impos
ture was not discovered until tho mi
poster had received the homage of the
whole city. Six years ago, wnen
seventy-eight years of ge, this har-
uciiuu Hiuiiur luuimgwt vu i.cbBiuu
ofalargosumof money andahorse
and carriage belonging to a commer-
cial traveler, but was caught and com-
miHnfl rn ni-iiarin oavino n.4 lin entered.
......v.. ,.. ....., o. : .' I
that he had finally retird from bust-
ncss. His conduct during his various
scquesimiions irora a mure t-xwusnc
antisocial existence was most cxem-
. ii i ... i..x
pinry, ana ne was always on uie mt
of terms with the jailors aud their as-
sistnnts. The deceased executioner,
in his latter nays, enlivened the fireside
fl - .l..l.:1.1 K.. 1 tfi.I
Ol 1118 grunuuiiiitiruii uy uu.immi nv
miinttt nt' flip. Hurt he took ill the scenes
dual was eighty-four years ol rtge, your place 0f business, are the first to
forty-five of which he had passed m gnat;n it np. fa;iing in this, they read
prison walls. He opened his career ;, TOur shoulders, too impatient
. . - ... .1. it II MT
f t he Kevo ution. and esneciallv de-
iirhtntl tn flwell nnnn the latter duvs
of Robespierre, as during that time he rushlight." "Well," was the reply,
wna nasistnnt executioner at Paris. aiul'T"a farthing rushlight can do a good
claims to have aided the chief heads-
man in guillotining liobespierre him
Some of the Bohemian letter writers
us this story ot ixjiigtenow s
.a. n w nil
was staying a few years ago at
Newport, shut up in seclusion, deeply
intent upon the production oi some en.
poetical work. A man demanded ad-
mittance, but was refused by the ser- Editorial Courtesy. Tho cdi
vant. He was importunate, and Long- tor of the Foxtown FusUeer is a gen
fellow was consulted, and admittance erous fellow. In his last number he
again denied. At last the man broke
through aU obstructions, ana Diirsi
into the poet's study. Said he, heed- oi our coiemporary, iur. anaggs, eui
lessof the poet's frown, 'Mr. Long- tor of the ox town Flnh. He is
fellow, you must cxeuse my interrq)- now gone to another and bettor world,
tion. but I have business that is of rersons who have taken the Flash
more importance to you even man
T linstA nnmn 1un 4Vrvm
niu, nuu x nave vwmw vv . .
Boston on purpose to see you. You
l.nom ltnm h nrvliah ISInnlfinfl t l I A Wat
. a u. t, ui a -.f
11 ttl reil, OUU UltUl VLUCl", ' ,
were to go partners, you coutu iimae
the rhymes and I the blacking, and we
could divide and make a good tning
OUtOtlt." rUinimOUM PUS I11IU
OUtl-snqutCQ ix,ngiei ow, m m-
.a 1 . 1 V a 11
blacking maker left the room with
gter "speed than he had anticipate
lUx OUIO Ul xtio uiouaxxjg,
' . . .
Talent . ad Tact. lalent is
something, but tact is everything.
Talent is serious, sober, grave and
awaorwahlA tisif a nil that ann mnro
too. It is not a seventh sense, but it is I
the life of all the five. It is the open
xt, u ka injmiu. taatn
" " .. ' Jt4"- -
IrAfin iimr.ll onrl fha lira O trtnAli
dijjva, aim t,uvuTvr
it is the interpreter of all riddles the
surmounter of ail dimculues the re
vara lTtm Al 4111 niaOTfla-lIdlal I r Ba VYaaaDTIlg 1Y1
J It 1 . t Tx f A 1 ! I
1UUTCI VI MU VUDakAVlVOa dkV as uuvxta sua
ail places ana au tames ; is usemi
n Bmirjifw- tnr it ahAva a man nis way
" ' . , V.T ...
into tne woria; it is tiscmi in society
for it shows him his way through the
world. Talent is jwwer tact is skill;
talent is weigmv tacs is momentum
talent knows what to do tact knows
now to ao n ; rajenr. maxes a nuu iwt
nertable tact will make him respect-1
edt talent it wealth tact is ready!
moaftv. r or ail the practical pur-
. ... . .. -.
poses of lite, tact carries it against
talent ten to one.
Needles were first made in Lon
don by a negro, from Spsun, in the
reign oi 1411 een Alary, lie aiea witn
out imparting the secret of his art
The art was iwvered in 1565. Elias
Grows first taught the English to
make needles, but the art waa again
lost for nearly a century, when it wu
avaln NooYered by CSiristamher Green
ing, who settled at Lang Ctwkm, in
EOiaattgnaaalaUUIaV --I :i
Hawsea Out verTMeh.
A western cfjrresTX)ndent of the
Prairie Former gives the foUowing
rule for shoeing bones that overreach j
Make the forward shoes lonr;, and the
toe - calks short and standings little
under, and set them as far back as
convenient In order to let the feet roll
over as soon as possible, to get out of
the way. A1 in setting the shoes on
the hind feet, reverse the order to keep
them back, to trive time for the for-
ward feet to get out of the way. Make
the toe-calks nigh, and the half calks
low. to keen the feet back, then he
will travel like other horses. This
I ! L t lU- nn,1n
may ov reineuieu iu pura m wo uiwc
of paring the hoof. This is essential
in all cases, and where too many horses
have been made cripples. Great pains
should be taken at all times in shoeing
qas Qse TEiXr-Canany
nnn it uv mm wun .nnnt nav
b ; or Bnj treat when happening
ftmon th - friend.,
any one ten 10W young men
who dodore their washerwoman and
are always behind with their landlord,
can plav billiards night and day, and
are always ready for a game of poker
(Jan any one tell how men live anu
oimivtrt thmr famt MM tv no nnvfl nn
. a 1 f -
incorae and do not work, while others
, industrious and constantly
i half starve?
onetell how it is that a
nm who to y for a news.
Daper. ia able to pay a dollar or two a
week &r toMKOt -whisky or cigars?
To the Point. An editor who
seems to have lost his temper, gets
off the following well mentea nit
Thno Allwa nn rlnn't fks their
jlome paper) them ! they are
ttiwavs on the alert on publication day,
nmi wri(m tt, n-ne,. come, around to
demean themselves in a respectable
manner. Stdb these fellows. They
arc a small souled, stingy handful, who
go through the world en other lolRs
money." We have many of the same
kind in this "intelligent community,
COQL FOR THE SEASON. A VCr-
j t conpi6 were married in Shcp-
herdstown, West Virginin, a lew tiayi
nrro Th UmUer savs that when al
things were in readiness, tho couple
ontfiefl, the preacher proceeded
,i i l. 1.1 nMnnm :r I...
Willi nis worn, anKing uru tiuum ix jid
wnlli(i tai,n ti,i8 WOman to be his wed-
flmi before anvthinp-more
waa by the prm,cher, the happy
wwm aTofnim1 will, inthenool !"
- . . .
-rhe qUest,0n was then asked the
flushing bride if she would tako this
mnrltnhn hnr wedtlrKl husband, to
.h!, ,,, .iln snstnntly answered. "You
pt J f i "
A MAN m a mouse once saiu, "
have no more influence than a farthing
deal 5 it can set a hay-stack on tire ; it
can burn down a house; yea, more,
it will enable a poor creature to read
a chapter in God's book. Govtmr
Iricnd; let your lartuing
I . Z . aa
rushlight 'so shine
before men that
others, seeing your good works, may
glorify your Father which is in Heav-
says: "Postcnptr We stop the press
wun pleasure ui wiiiuiiuw w uraim
win una we tihiiot agnuuici.
i , - . m
I A man inquired at the post-ofllce
I III XJl ICa AlCW "" -uaaaw
for a letter for Enry Hogdon. He
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4 ..1 .1 nnnn I vlr
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Hit begins with ha ho ! Look in the
vw mm, a u .v
(lVranlvl) nml lno-llar,
I UVUU . aaaa "
rrontlemeu sometimes use pi n-
is so tight-fitting that it cannot be
I Tt tnkeo three editors to start a
. Vo n jaaBannl tn tiill
I . ..... ... .r n
in s uuui vim vj uio mux um iviiuir
, ,, to . ,,;t.rv nf
I ' r
Tub only trae way to health b that which
pnmmnn Sanaa dictate to man. Live wltuio
-..ZJ -l Wwaiat- drink tern-
1 ' 7 . . " .
.1 fildkawn lVMrtilnxtT &TOt(l SXCOM D IDT-
I thin, and praent a coMctettc roid of of-
- 1 icaco.
a -w T1-. we.n -.. tt.nf aa
J(JHH niLiidllUO Oil YD, IUBV m
f g .m
I . ' ... . . w . . i
the way it snouia go was to uavei
- ;nnflilvr himself.
1 ' '
Bosses is erecting a magnificent
; i marble building on William street,
N York. cosdng $260,000. It is
for a publishing house,
A coquette is a rose from which
'I . .a a ah . .1
every lover plucks a leal tne worn
. i . . - . . . i
jremauung lor tier future nusoanu.
Punch says it is dreadful to hear of
a chiM only one month old, talcing to
The editor of a paper in Indiana
wants to .know if Western whisky was
'doming through the rye.
Thebx are eight papers in the Uni
ted oUtes edited by colored men.
, fx hit been tha axwartune of many
yy onders NeVeR.cease'i
N. CLARK A SON.
It la no lonnrtmnoaalhle to get a rail aalt tor
V SO, of good material, that we will warrant to
give entire satlaracuoa, jjgnicaaairaere ranta
and Vaat. fir tt 10. fine and nice atyle: Summer
ranta anu veat ior ou, uxm rvry n au wool
CAS8IMERE SUITS I
from JO to K dollarat the aame that kaa cost yon
at dollars. A large and beautiful stock of
HATS AND OAPbl
The newest and beat atyle, the mora elegant are I
tne Henrietta, at. Cloud, xaont, uroauway aaa I
PEABODT CAP I
Th cap deriving ltejname rom
ENGLAND AND AMERICA'S
Munificent benefactnr-MR, OEO. PEA BODY.
Every American youth who love her greatest
Ilcncfactor should not fall to have one of Uiose
CAPS. A full nnd complete assortment of tien
tlimfm'a fnrnlshlnff wtoria. We have the New
York Mill and Wanwutta Muslin Hhlrta; two of I
the best brands or niualin luanunuiureo.
THE CELEBRATED ENGLISH RUFFLE
Wool and Caaalmere Rhlrta. Flno Corset Jean
lira wore and Summer lindershlrta. Linen
Hnndkerehlefa, Olovea and Hosiery, with ties, I
bows and scarfs. In endleaa variety. The Kngene,
Victoria, and Isabella How, the very newest, th
yr ncart, 7iw raper t;onara,oi an atriea, i
r. Embroidered. Keyatone. Ooluamlth's I
Phrenlx, Ornya, Ac, do. I
A'fiw late Htvlea cikMHlinerea tliat will he sold bv I
the yard. We kindly auk you to compare prlcea I
before buying. 6;2-'e7-lj
BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS!
WATNE8BUR0 BTEAM PLAN1N0 MILL. I
It al vea na nleaanre to announce to tha nohllc
the completion of tlila work and the readiness of
the proprietors to
Tha beat lmnroved maehlnerv la nsed. Plan
ing, fiougning ana ttrooving, nasu ana iw
Making, Paonelllng, Hipping, moulding e.,
rapidly nnd skilfully executed. Ruling pries
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER I
They are alao prepared to do all kind of Carpen
ter Work, with the ntmoat promptnaaa, and In
the moat annatanuai manner.
They reapeetniliy aollell a mare or punne
atnmace. and flatter Uiemaalvea that they will
In aU ease be able to
oivs Kirrnus batmf actiok i
All orders promptly attended to.
BHADEK, WALTOS dl BAYERS,
$3 00 70 5,00
A BETTER PEN THAN GILL0T3 PEN.
ThM. ti tanliil. wherever Introdoead.
to all elaa-es of people. Are fnlrfj
gold pen for ease and beaaty of writing. Mor
Bexlmeand doram than any ateel pen ever
manufaotureo. wiunoaeproue. """-'"
pie box. Only . oaata-or two boxea for Weeata,
!Z lb ni-Zral aaa.la, I tor Ladlea, Bcboola
and choice Penmanahlp. to', 52Jf?
HrnMiv ramnuea it tnev ao w. a1 - --r
iddraa , ; tL V.B.0OWKN, ltay ett. Ana.
Th following la a aampla rhnndre oMaa)
t rwa. nartlea who hav ordered thaaaj pen.
, pfjjouN, PA., July ISth, lew.
. h mwaa fAhntts lmm
mtZ: f oV.-Vhi no. 1 asm ordered by
ZZZZm ten dan line baa arrtved, and I am ao
aVarr. 8. aiEOl
WarrdbaMfrvtraawa lo, ndtr
iieatuuBetloa than aayataolaan naaaalaaa.
band. Ibaexd lor elreolar of teaUmoalal
roasaaata of Srftenkj aad Oojlaaaa. and
RUrfH IB NOW AT
DRUG STOREI ' '
IHe repaeifhliy Inform tha eltlaen and nhyal'
elana generally, that he haa reeelved Um awgeat
and fxueat stock ot s
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
ver offend In this market .which h wfll
8Lt CHEAPER .'
county" W Pnche anywhera la la thai
PAINTS OF ALL KINDs't
DTH STUFFS". .; '
of tho very flneat aelectlorii ; 1
I ot all klnda, the flneat that can be procured In
UNYIELDING LUNG SYRUP I
A remedv nnanrnaased ftw thsnnrf, nrii-in.iin.
I of the luuga, spitting of blood, aorcness of the
breaat and cheat. Wlllehnnge the frail yellow
complexion to one of huallb, and will cure dya
pepala. Thla ayrup la one of tha moat useful
mcuicinea ol the Hay. This la a late luedlotuii
and we do not know'
01 it I
t fulling In a ilugle eaao
Also, all nthf. nwimlnant ,
I always on hand. Together wl
in tne txiuuti v.x-
i iruiiuaior, tne neat in use loraiiseasea or tho
Also, a svron tin
run tho 'only remedy for hopping
sale at 8. Odenlwugli'a Drug Store.
I otniao, an ror aaie at n. uuenuaucii'a uru store.
AVID E , FOUTZ,
DccnaoB to Form a rma
lOISO Ml GftttlO FBita.
sag aaa Arorabiy
known, will thor
Bad eltaaalDa tb
1 1 k aam ara.
venttva ef all la
asaes hwMent In
thti aalBsl, sash as LUKS msB, tUkMUlia,
Y CLLOW WA- yW. ,, ,,
Till HI1TIX J i' .1.
vers, rouNuf.a I V I
LOSS OF APPB
TITIANOVITAL ISEBOY.ke. It
aaa uaareva th
a asieeiB aMaaV mJ- mm Br,iJk
ilotiy akin and SLy Xmvr
BlsaraU ikektea late
Te ieaaeri ef Cava thla emeriti oa la lanlaaMa
H iBereaee tb faaatlly and haprovas die ajaatlty
st wa am. 11 aaa
bean provea by aa
loal axperlnaat to
I Bit. IM
their bide, and
'makea tksai tbrlr
Ia an dlaaaaea ef Saiaa, inob aa Coaftia, tTiean la
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If gives In thae, a oerialn
pravaallve and ear far the Hog Cholera.
Mm U Oaata per raner. r I raMTf t tL
, At THBIB
THOimaLl DRPfl AND SUDinKl ITwT.
JTo. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Kd.
ror gal by DrnraKU aad atortkeeperl taroagae
eat the United a laws.
O. W. KouarU A Co., Agents, Wayneaburg, Ta.
lljllflo-ly , ,.
f pwiat $0tto.
Climax ! Climaxii
Page's Climax Salve, a Family
blessing for 25 cents. 1 '
It heals without a sear. 'No
family should be without it. 1
We warrant it to enre Scrofula
Sores, Salt Bhenm, Chilblains,
Tetter, Pimples, and all Ernptlons
of the Skin. For Sore Breast or
Nipples, Cuts, Sprains, Bruise,
Barns, Scalds, Chapped Hands,
te., it makes a perfect enre.
It has been nsed over fifteen
years, withont one failure.
It haa no parallel haying per
fectly eradicated disease and
healed after all other remedies had
failed. It Is a eompoTind of Arnica
with many other Extracts and
Balsams, -and put np in larger
boxes for the same pries than any
other Ointment. .
Said by DtmgglsB) m shale. WMki A HtrklxAd,
erajSka tiered CaHestttataaeaa eadawal hy
a iafrtwaiag and rVtrila
p 1 rooreaaa
4 I sty ef
.1 area" I
a-! Jt 1 -t..Ir
mtmJlim L1" snsnatf
1, Lrrar, .aaav
aa., thta artlela
acta aa a rpedflo. SJ-
By potUag frost ajjr J
ena balf a rT" "an r
to a oaaer In a . ' . tJ
of 1 win the ' Ii'-
flaeaaea - -
Helmbokl' Extract Bucho. eyS,,a7-eowly,'
C0N3TJMPTI0M CTJUABLfe BIT
SIL SCHENCK'S MXJICIKES.
TO Ci aS COSdUJUnClOA lhaiat:ii aioU ha
Brrpxrml eo that th. lana arl bal. To annMupK.li
tbAMO l.w aail lUafcarb aia ant lws;eaiMed an it
saaepoi.laenKed waaa wvmiki1oJ, wkicia,
br ilauo laedloiata :tl b alvsaed ar-aorl'aiid
eond boaitbr blaod ntaHor Ibaa baMh np tho
aaaatiiwlea. gCHSai;C' aUWlaUsTB PILIdl
aMtMwihftiiiaska: ay: biliaai a, taanuni laaaanm.
attiaaa, m be aaioa the tvw W-.Xa:ile be eaa-
orllni.tlieaw'lelariiee?it. - -
SOHKBCBU rtlLBONlU grKCP aaMataiaa
as arall aa modletaaJL and. b ' nal as the tare nnaad'aa,
all leiptarHlea ana mtp-eeA tram tho ane'em. and
saoa, abuaniiiia bleed ant, wh'eb wOf e'aM all
1 1 e... ItaUenWwUltaaliMwaaoalslMSsaerd
tna la &r4in.e, .OwitanipiHei r-rv wa-inentlr ha
be lea atao rleloa raailliy i ihnir aotlst. Ti'ie lbs
pllk .re4a.1ulr.to eea.albrHTvan sowk, it
aacaaat Mlawlhaaieawetbo bewaieare nM ena
lin the aea set rasitd. ler mmm aim, la 4.rr
baa ike aia aaciaiary. Tea tfamanb shss bo ktpt
bwaiibr, ana aa aer oreahid la aaow law Pui
aMnie Bruaj le aa.au.be aaaltaMar w-aoa aroaerly
aaa ailar any Irrtaliae. TieaaUKaa Uraia'Jaa ia
sererM a annnaaaat ears la, I arareot iabin
aaM, Bueclaaaraaatbnam araek aa pMlblev
eat ait ibe ricbut iol at ataal, soim, aaa, m lad.
' aarifaaebe ataotaa araeaat baa be a"we
' aaaSMaaa watt, . , aadw.aa.asa Irr.
ln 11 thalr atages, at aula axpanaa, llttl
lBlUt,ao kaeonvanlan aad ao
It la sUbujI ! lal and odor. ta.
Bi aaaat kahaaetlnax, gad ftraa aM larBTtoaab
. . naaow-ty.
nja bawaaM abates. u
plaaaant In taaU and odor, fr faora alt bapart.