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tShe l&a-grte&hxivQ Republican, l&e&neebay, ciobcr 18, I8C7.
fjl - W. R088,
t aiaicun ad lusoioir.
Office In Jewell' building, West end of Main St
wavnMhnr j . i . ' if
MALI IS PECO AMD lUDH'ISE,
Liquors and everything pertaining to a Unit
wn vrug more, rrescripuons cureruiiy com
pounded. "L'relgh' Old btaml," W'aynesburg
j. o-,.w: oo-iy,
EO. a JEFFERY,
All business pertaining to the office attended to
promptly. OHloa with P, & A. Telegraph Co.,
wwi 01 we tuuri nouse.- l;l-ll.
JTnST NATIONAL BANK,
' . ' OF WATSISBUEO.
BMtOlIJfT DAT Tt'FSnAVB.
D. Honeh, Prat't. J. C. Flkn.iikkk, Casliler.
Mrv ltfc 'lM.lv
Dealer la Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
AT MoCOY'8 OLD STAND,
DEALER IX BOOK! AND STATIOXEltr,
Wall Paper. Window Purer, An. Pnnday Bohnol
Rooks of nil kinds constantly on hand, room In
Mm. Hush's building, formerly occupied by Cot-
lercti ok lujiur, w ayuesuurg, ia
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
MUX sthket, OI'FOSITE COURT llOViK,
Keeps on bandit always a choice and select as
ortinent of Watches and Jewelry. Repairing
done at the lowest rates. ;i:e7-iy,
rJlUE MONONUAHELA HOUSE,
RICE'S LA5PI90, ORKKXB COl'XTT, Pi.,
OLIVER & BAYARD, PROPRIETORS,
The best accommodations furnished the travel
ling public. lloue nuil appurtenances complete.
Table alwnys spread bountifully with the delioa
olca of tho season. Horse fur hire; feed and
tabling at reasonable rates. 0;2U-tf.
yyii. x wehu, jr.,
t ADDLE AND HARNESS MAKF.H,
(IK WILSON'S BUILDTNO, MAIN ST.)
addles, Bridles, Harness kept on band and
made to order. Work done. In tho best style, utid
at reasonable rn tes.
aTe-Rcpalrlng a speciality on short notice.
Farmer fcb-ii'lN go look at his stocky l;21-ly.
1 have located In Wnvncsbursr. ami am oppu-
f tying tho lute n'slili'iU'r-ul Ur. 8. Pulhm. Hnv
iir taken tfit piitnw to liocniiu' ihnrntmhly w'
Qiiulntt'fl wiih both tho throry ninl prarllcn of
IVititlstry, and l)iivii.Khiiliiat'xpirlcn'iMjtHivi'n
r fttnt In tttu profi Msinii, 1 fri'l vvjirninu d hi suy
n that my put lent a Khull qnvp nncunifto ooiii-jhilnnriiiIV-jlir()niUinH.
I-:.tnt-tlm will he
ren-li-reil pulnli'ss whf n iltsirvl, hy th ii'lintn
1st ration of 'I.uiirhiLiif or nthttrant'Mthetlr.
Uiargos motlpratu, unit all op-n.tlui.A warranted
an rHprcsrnttMl, 1 will I'm at hotiiu withdi.'T vkh
a nv knit kb froiu.tho Iltteenth totlit thlrttetli
of v'ry month. Joa.H, HKUTIU.
; bcmmeusgill:& Bno.
(jttVFlhVB OT.D UTASrfc. dTKR tKO Of TOWlf.)
The ttuhllo ftrorfrwtftil1r InformpH hnt Wiim.
ynrvRtlltt Vrot huveJiiRt received a large AtorHuf
MARBLE AV 0 R K I
gnfih as Gmve Htoncn, Monument!", Mnntlc
WrU'k, Art. We arc prepared to I'urnlKh wirk at
reasonable tortus on short notice, ( nil nnd ra
amlneour stiK'k, etyk-s, and prices, before pur
iUST 01'KNF.D RT
roeltlrely the most complete Hotel In our town.
vervthlnR combined to furnish Ihebeat accom
modation ever yet ofl'ered to the public.
Meals furnished at nil hours, table provided
with the best of tbeseiison.
Travellers and those desirous of refreshment
will do well toeall. "Tom" still retains his old
reputation of an accommodating gentleman, and
hospitable landlord. House, the one formerly
occupied by the "Messenger" Otllce, o;!':'ttf-ly,
jynN h. iioffjian
' MOnOAXTOWN. WEST VIRGINIA.
ATTORNEY FOR COLLECTIXO
PENSIONS, BOCKTIIS, ARREARS OF PAT,
AND ALL MILITARY CLAIMS
Having had 17 yctin nx r?r loner In pronprutlna
men claims, I have become familiar with the
various Lawn anil the iae amount of record
evidence in my ponseKslon enables mo to ho very
BucccftHfiil in proHecutlng suspended claims, and
In many Instaucea have proved siicivspful wlien
the claimant had Ionic ffivun tliem np Indoispnlr.
Ho matter how ditlicult the claUn bo it IbJuhU
CARBUOE MANrFACTl'RER, WAYNESDL'Rlt, TA.
lUnpeetflilly gives not Ice Hint be has located In
Waynesburg, Ta., where he intends to tnanu
Of every description. From his experience In
the business he feels cotti.lctU th.it his work. In
style.llntsb and duniMlity, will atve entire Nit
tsfatlon. It Is his detenitlnnth.il to purchase
the best material In market, and employ none
but com potent workmen.
A11 work warranted for one year,
JJE3BUKG MARBLE AND STONE
TSAYERS & RIXEHART.
BtlR eontlnneto carry on the Marble and Stone
cutting business at their Ions estahllsbed stanil
Immediate ens of the Public Koutye, lietwcen
High and Greene streets, Wayneshurg, Pa.
v Tlilo frstaMlstiment has been In constant oper
ation since lHt, and the lonn experience and en
ergy of t lie proprietors, linked with the exer
else ofs.iun.1 jiieni, ni mid good tnste, have won
tnr them a wideD-cnd and enviable reputation.
An oxtenslve stiH'l: of the various varieties of
the best marole kept constantly on hand. Spe
cial attention paid to polishing, pressing, curv
ing and engruviuir.
All orders promptly filled. eiZfcDO-tf.
Oiorof. C. STrROISS,
Attorney at Law.
John C. Waoseb,
gTCRGISS & WAGNER,
TJJHTED STATES CLAIM AND GENERAL
( C0LLECT1NO AGENTS.
-For the adjustment of CLAIMS, of all kinds
against the United States, such as
WW8I0NH. IXCREASEOF PENSIONS; BOUN
TY, tlOO EXTRA DOUNTT,
and those tf any other elaas call on or write to
the Unitary and Naval Agency of
walnut 8t, 1 door below Hacans' corner,
. , H'p stalrs.t
MT'y-am ' MOROaNTOWN.W. VA.
. A. TINKER ,
miNKER Sc MAPEL,
...U. U MAPEU
C COMMISSION MERCTTA XTH
J ft i i
J !-'ti " .
..... FUR THE 9 ALE OP
4.ws, vaiiixi Li.AV OAJLLVErfiTy
' . ::. AT THEIR 0W5YAKDS,.
yrjnSST BXLTLMDRE, KARTLAND-.
VWOHJKTO MD. LTVE STOCK SCALIM.
seats rewrieetrttllr anllettad. All com.
T".-. 'ii"' "W""J Ifjtim
Tm raoroMD nfriACHMsin
FOR SELLING CHEAP GROCERIES!
TTavlncjHst returned from the city, ha has open
d lbs largest
NEW GROCER Yl
In town. He desires to Inform the eltlsens of
Wavoeshrrrgaad vicinity of tnecarene has ta
ken lnael0ctlufthUstock,liavlngon hand a good
CuNFEirrioNS.Ton.vrro. cigars, tar, also,
UEF.F, PUTATUKS, KISH,
An., Ac, Ac., ,c.
Call and see bim as lie lias been gcttlag
A NEW SUPPLY!!
V.... lit RhJI.Im ..u.M.n.laHn ainlt
lownr than any 0110 In the place, lie mire to go
10 mo riffoi pmcr, 111
LEDWITH'S OLD BUILDING,
Opposite the Court House and formerly occupied
uy uie rosi umce. ;m wt-tr.
HOT or TUB CNIOK,
OROCERT AND OONFECTIOKERT I
Mr. TTooper would still have his friends and pat
rons heur In mind, that he continues In the Gro
cery and t.'onl'ectlonerv trade at his usual place of
uotng ouaiuess, anu mat nu nus juhi receivcu
A FRESH SUPPLY
of the best quality of all articles In his line.
TOYS-NOTIONS, nnd a trreat vartet v of useful
articles always on hand.
In connection with tho above. .Mr. Hooper
keepsu Hestuuratit, where
ICE CREAM, BERRIES,
And all the luxuries of tho season can be ob
I'ho most attractive and most popular resort
In town. lUb'tlo-ly.
f ILL I AM WALLACE,
OROCERI ES AND PROVISIONS!
ox dooii west or nnr.n brow's store.
We have fust received a well selected stock of
I'kn.ul't, I r I M,l I, -I.'l, I l.'U ii'lii..,, i.'u ....r-
cliased for CAstr and are conlhient thnt we can
supply our customers and nil who may favor us
with a call, as cheap, if not cheaper, than any
other house in the county.
SNUFFS, CANDLES. SOAPS, EXTRACT, COF-
r r.t, p t ha i m-.it nits, jr.L.iics,
c. Ar.. Ac.
Don't fall to examine our stock and see for your
selves, for we are determined to sell aa cheap as
the cheapest. 8;ii-tf W
John IIi'oiifh Thomas Lucas.
rp LUCAS & CO.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
And dealers In Groceries. TTnrdwnro. leather.
Shoe Findings, Iron, Nnlls.Salt, Fish, Ac. Also,
auenta for Aubrey. Cromlow A Coon's Window
Sash, Asupply kept constantly on bands. Hlee's
landing, Pa., above the Rt'N, 6;-tf.
JAZEAR BROT I EUS,
WUUIXSAI.B CROCERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. No. 77, EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE
JAS. R. LA7KA11,
WM. U 1.A7.EAB.
As the firm of TirGIIESALVCAS la dissolved
by niiltunl eonsetit, the l 'ommtsslon business
will still tie carried on at the old stand, in good
order, and on tire most rensonalile terms, In the
name and style ol L. Ill llll IX 1 11., tsenlor
partner.! They flatter themselves, by having
the House and the best liK-ntfon in the place lor
that business, that they will iikceivk a liberal
share of the public pntronnKc.
They will also keep a good supply of GROCER
IES on hand to accommodate all who may favor
tbem Willi a call.
L.HI'GHFS A CO.,
4;10-tf. Rice's Landing, Pa.
IN.WAYNESni RG, TENN1.
TIIOS. BRAD EN & CO.,
f At th Rtoro room formorly ocrnpied hy Andrew
Wilson, tir.next door.to Bradcu' Drug titore.)
Repoctflly Inform tho (rood people of Grcone
OOUUiy. turn mrj iiau u(n:ii.'u
An A invltrvt a on 11 from their friends and the nub
ile oniriilly. Ttudr store is Hlletl with everything;
In thfirline iit-lfHlby the farmer and mechanic.
Bctmr praottenl fnrmcm, they know exactly the
wanili o( inir ovrmt'ririfinio, aihuiih mt-ir vr-
(ptvofiroods will te found Iron. Nails, of all
kinds, riauea of all varltrtie, Auiren. Urn com,
Ae. Tuttle toothed, cross cut and mill taws,
band suws ana uxib oi ati aoMcripnons.
Mowing Maehlnen, Cnttlntrnoxet, Com Bhellers,
Plows, ( iiltlvatora, 61i6vel, Fofka, and rvery-
uung in ineir iiue.
A (riral assortment of saddlery hardware, to
t men uiey inviwiueaiieoiioiioi pureumwi,
WOODEN WARE OF ALL KINDS.
Tubs, Buckets, Batter Bowls and all kinds of
Kitchen wooden nxina. niitow nasaeis,
nrooms, nnisnee, cuni nucseie, unw. nciu
Buggy Whips, bhot gnns, Boys Wagons and
All persons dealrotn of purchasing any of the
above articles and msny others not mentioned,
wiu eons all uwir uiisrest uy
Tsr will B1rB tnlAAfinM li Vtnv4ti V1 fi-uV
t all Umes. Hnatvn thni mil u'V.pf. rnu nimn
to towm. mamemhw IM yimcm, opposite the Flm
Bfc-m . T. BRADlIf A GOi
W II 0 L I8 L E ,
M'ELROY, DICKSON & CO.
NO. St WOOD STREET,
Now offer to dealers their
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
OMETHING NEW I
MRS. B. S. BAYERS A HOSKINSON
Have Just arrived from the East with a large
assortment oi foreign auuuomeuiio
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES I
which they propose In sell at the lowest CASH
jjiiurs i Miii'ii im urtmn jtnnis, inrsB iriiu
inliiK. Uress fjuttons, Indies
Shawls, Hoots and Hhoes,
ilatmiiul Caps; also, a
great variety of
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES WEAR,
Wares of alt kinds, and aeomnlntevartetv of the
hi'sl Hill H 'Kit! KM. All of which ther nroios tn
Kell at the very lowest flmun s, depending on the
finality and cheapnesa of their goods to gain
(live themaenll before ntirchastmt elsewhere.
nnd they will prove thnt the above Is correct.
Room In Atllson'M huildlnR, nearly opposite the
Court House, Waynesbui'K. 4;l,'b7-tf
EAUTIFUL DISPLAY !
DRY GOODS, CLOTHS, CA8SIMERS, Ac,
EVERYTHING IN THE LINE!
Wlshlna to elose out for the Fall trade, he of-
fers bisaiKsls at astonisblnu low rates for cash.
The stock Is as lute as the latest and th best in
Minor's Building, opposite the Greene House.
4;it-3iu. L. K. EVANS.
EW STORK 1
F 11 A N K . M ' G U R G A N ,
Una Just opened a Art class
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, 40., AC.
In the Store Room of George E. Minor, nnd
nearly opposite the Farmers' A Drovers' Nation
This stock la
ALL NEW AND FRESH I
He would respeetftilly Invito thenuhlioto rail
and examine his lartro and fuMitonable. stock.
His taMe and experience in ho lee ting hoooh ; his
energy and determination to pluute the public
has rundcred his a
FIRST CLASS STORE !
His stock embraces a large assortment of
GENTLEMENS' CLOTHING !
of the most fashionable and durable quail ties.
Also, me uuni quuiny ui
LADIES' DREBS OOODH, HEAVY DRESS
SILKS WITH WHITE E1K1E,
and a full assortment of Fancy Figured Silks of
aiicoiorit, a i ho, r,mpree umin, t'opnns, .mo-
amoiqucs, wotn lfeiainn uouuir winins, niiK
Khawls. KistortHhawU.Silk Sacuues lnteststvle.
Fanwoln, Fancy Fans, English Hi boon and
other ritiboiiH of all color and widths; Hats.
wreaths and Flowera, Iaro Ilandkerchleli and
Emuroluerice, aua aruii assortment of
TRIM MINUS IN GENERAL.
Also, Counter Pane. L- Cnrmlns, Piano
i overs, .neiooeon t ovrrn. nuie lame overs, ana
in snort a run siock oi an Rfious usually neni in
Bflmt pIoah Trimnifne Htore..
lNin'l mrgei ine nioce, in uie acw hiukb
111 n i.u OI Uw. Xh aiinor.
(7-tf FRAKTt M'OTOOAN.
8. INTERNAL REV. NOTICE.
All persona wishing Government License or
Informittlon as to the payment of other Govern.
.11 Hiit t.iml rnaldliur In Division No. a. com on.
eilof Morion, Franklin, Wayne, Alleppo, OH.
more.Hprlnuhlll.t'ciitre, Jackson, RlcUtllll and
Morris townships will call on me at my offlr In
Waynasbnrg. SIMON RINEIIART, '
V. ft Ass't Asssssot PIT. No. I, Mtb Cms), si tm
TUB l-XPOri I,ATIOJf.
Now, Charley, I ne'er
Would hare married yon, dear,
Had I known of your nation for smoking
Of that horrible stuB
You've had surely enough
Put It down yon sr. very provoking I
I have sat by your side
T1U I felt quite defied
To speak, for the vapor Is choking":
But 'tis nseleas to plead
You pulTI puffl at "the weed"
As If man were created for smoking I
Whim whiff I In the morn.
Before breakfast, unshurn,
Untidy yon know I'm not Joking
Then all through the day
Yon are purling away,
And care not to mo how provoking,
You'll tell mo, of course,
'Twaa not this made me hoarse.
When taking that Journey to Woking j
Cuba first, and wife next,
Twould an augel have vexed
To mark your devotion to smoking I
That 'witching old pips
I'm half temptetl to gripe,
And cast In the fire I am poking
And would, too, but bother,
You'd still find another,
And cleave to the habit of smoking.
Ah, well I I'll give away,
For, perhaps, as you say,
No business have wives to be croaking ;
You wed us "to chorlsh,"
And, lest we shuul perish.
Like plants, we must sutler a smoking 1
Every tlollnr of war iax that the
people are called upon to pay remimls
them who it was ami what party it
was that precipitat 'd this war. And
thereby imposed this burden on the
country. On this question there is
fortuuatcly no room lor dulerence ot
opinion. It is a mutter ot history tlmt
will co down to i ut tiro generations to
all coming time, that the leaders of the
Deniocartic party, when in fujl control
of the Goverment of the United States,
initiated tlmt cost so many lives and
so much treasure, and which brought
upon the people to grievous a burthen.
JNor where tho southern Democrats
alone responsible for this war and debt.
Not only did iiurlmwui, the Democrat
ic rrcsment, and a northern man, nnd
his Cabinet, consisting both of North
ern and Southern Democrats, industri
ously aid in preparing the way for the
rebellion, but the most influential
Northern Democrats gave the most
solemn promises that they would fur
nish actual aid and support the booth
in caso of any movement of Northern
troops to put down a rebellion, should
one bo initiated. Thus encouraged,
the leading Democrats of the Southern
section of the Union, encouraged nnd
aided in every possible way by a Dem
ocratic Administration of tho Federal
Goverment, which placed tho nrmics
nnd treasury of the nation at their dis
posal, proceeded to make everything
sure before nn honest man should be
tcrmitted to tnkn his position nfc the
lelm. When Abraham Lincoln pro
ceeded to "Washington, and escaped
assassinated by parsing through Dult-
lmore in disguise, the revolt had so tar
progressed that the conspirators suppo
sed themselves completely master of the
situation, anil nil assurances on the
part of the President that slavery
would not bo interfered witli
if they returned to their allegiance as
good citizens were hailed withderision,
tor they regarded Ins position as little
better than a prisnor of war.
At n latter tlatc.wlien too loyal men
of the North were making superhuman
cllbrts to crush out the rebellion, the
leaders ol tho Confedcrey were encour
aged to hold out year after year from
the reiterated assurances tlmt Linralns
administration had notftho power to
put down the rebellion, that it would
soon becxhnsted in resources of men and
money. A fter the war commenced tl ic
debt would not have reached one-tenth
the amount but for this aid and en
couragement given to the enemy from
the Democratic) party.
hen Urant was on bis way to Kieh-
mond and successfully putting in
operation his combination that were to
circumvent and distroy tho monster.
lhe Democracy asisemlile in tho Na
tional Convention and proclamation
to the world that the elforts to put
down the rebellion by force had prov
ed a failure, nnd demand a cessation
Wcsec plain v in the. history of the
past where the responsibility rests for
thisgreat war debt wliicli hears so heavi
ly on the industry of the people.
ino Bttmo treacherous policy is
adopted by the Copperhead Democracy
in relereneo to reconstruction, lhey
counsel the South to rejoice the mild
terms of reconstruction embraced in
tho laws of Congress to keep the
country in turmoil nnd disorder until
some distant day, when it is hoped that
party may come into power, when
treason will bo rewarded and loyalty
punished. Niagara Journal.
Beautiful and True. In an ar
ticle in Frazier's Maamiue this brief
but beautiful extract occurs :
"juiucation does not commence
with the alphabet. It begins with a
mother's look, with a father's smilo of
approbation or sign of reproof with
a sister's gentlo .pressure of the hand,
or a brother's noble net of forbearance
with a handful of flowers in green
and daisy meadows with bird's nests
admired but not touched with creep
ing ants, and almost impossible cm
mels, with humming bees nnd glass
bee-hives with pleasant walks and
shady lanes, and with thoughts direct
ed in sweet and kindly tones, nntl
worth) to mature acts of benevolence,
to deeds of virtue, and to the source of
all good is God himself.
Th Eondbn Stnpel glvea the following at
an intaiiiDie cure lor amau-pox and scarlet
fever t "Sulphate of zinc, ono grain i fox
fflove (&ritaliM one train : half a teaanoon-
ful of sugar, mix with two tablespoon fuls of
water, rake a apoonrui Ter boot, fcither
disease will disappear In twelve hoora. For
child, smaller duaca acoonllng to- ago. If
countries would compel their physicians to
uae this their would bei bo neea of pest
jNlfaff .tunc dun. -
Will or Lieut. Cienrral Wis Held Meat
The will of the late General Bcoft,
which has just been proved, provides,
after the payment of funeral expenses.
and the payment of just debts, that his
projierty of every kind, real and per
sonal, be divided among his three
daughters, aud is in terms as follows:
"I bequeath to my executors and to
their survivors and successors my
house and lot in Jcw Xork; my
papers, which are of value, I give to
my eldest danghtcr, Cornelia V infield
Scott, for her during lite. Upon her
death said property is to be transferred
to whom she may designate. I further
give to my daughter Cornelia Wiiifield
all of my libarry, except the marked
volumes, my silver 'ware, medals,
paintings, and my Louisiana sword.
I bequeath my Pulaski sword which,
the Polish-American hero had in his
hnnd when lie fell, tur tho Uited States
Militay Academy, and my Mexican
gilt sword to my grandson, Winfield
Scott I toy t. To my second and third
daughters, Camilla aud Marcella, I
bequeath to each an equal third of
what money falls due to my estate from
my publishers. I hereby nppoint ex
ecutors of this, my last will and testa
ment, the following friends, viz: John
Chetwood, Esq., of Elizabeth, N. J.;
Goold I toy t, Esq., one of my son-in-law;
D. R. Alden.u former aid-de-camp
of mine, and Gen. Schuyler Hamilton,
another ex-nid-de-cninp, executors of
this last will and testament
Tiie "finest woman in tho world"
is being exhibited in a booth on the
Champs de Mars. Those who visit
her are addressed by her in the fol
lowing modest stylo : "I am tho most
beautiful woman in the world. No
empress, no queen can compare with
me. lou aro at liberty to toueh me,
messieurs; you will find that there is
no cotton about mo." Very few of
the visitors, however, avail themselves
of this permission.
Tub Hev. Air Rnilfftenn rtrenebeo In enn-
vorsalioimi stylo interperses his sermons with
sui-ii remarks as -nir. is:c,'s, you u ueuer take
tlmt child into the ante-room ; lie's tired-"
''Como this war. friend, their Is nlenlv of
mom." "Oonn tho windnwa 'M.tnnln.r . II
is verr warm." And when : ad sort of cry In-
lerrupieu nun, tie iookcu uown on tin old wo
man slwkiiif! with epilepsy nnd mildly re
marked, "Diin't bo troubled, brethren, our
ulster is subject to ms."
Twpirnrvrnr Wn roe, li.i rl tfnoliiri1.ilti,m.i1
a letter c ntainipg six tickets in ft gilt enter
prise of which A. A. Kclloy & Co., profess to
he nronril'torq. with Him rr.r.tle.l f,.i nil., nr..
as Agent for them. Wo shall do no such a
thine It will he lain tolmn iva ,mV l..l.n In
aid iu swindling nn honest people, for Keller
Sr. f'n.. (lni-nnv oilier mini o Mu n.,.,,1,1 .,l
vise them to procure as Agents that thieving
urm Known in iroy, new mm, under the
name and style uf "Burger, Shutls & (Jo.
A Rituai.irtio Wkddixo. It Is nlil that a
wetlillug ceremony recently performed In
London, according to tho rilnalitlc forms oc
cupied threo hours. This is longer lhaa the
Honeymoon sometimes lasts. 'Inking tho
chances of connubial ul?s into account, It is
likely to be generally a consinnlltm of mora
time than it issafo to risk. lit this country
it woulden't do nt nil Marriages ftin some
times contracted, the ee-emony performed
tlin honeymoon exhausted, divorces obtained
and tho parties married ngain, within about,
mm, nine, luumtisiu will not be popular here
iu mariiage matters.
WE will not. noilivelir tlllrlei. anu eireinn -
stances whatever, after this isstio of our paper
Insert In our rolnmna loeul m,thca n,iirii,i.
persons or institutions are to bo pecuniarly
ucuciutru, iiuicss Hucn notices wiien irjnueu
in, are paid for as other Advertisements.
We have heen doinf IhU bind of Imcine..
long enough and don't see that it has ever
uenciiiieu us any.
"Pleaso publish nnd obligo yours," has
played out. It don't pay.
AfiltMVil eflrrl'ifrn df.al.rned P... n .aaini
the plains, has been made at 81. Louis. Its
Wheels aro ten fllet lkl.rl. tr. htia Inn nnrbrlil
jib sails, aud a sail on each spuko of tiie two
.wiiccia uu uuu siuu oi mo wagon, ine
steering gerr acts on tho forward wheels.
The body is shaped like a boat, and hung
low, and will be used as a boat iu crossing the
Tim consumption of Generals In Andy
Johnson's reconstructed War Drnorlmcnt is
something alarming. It is said that Orant is
already used up. ami tlio President will short
ly seize upou Hlteiiiuaii. Jly unii-hy w may
get down to McClellnn or Fltz John Porter.
As Ohio paper thus puts the caso iu notic
ing Copperhead claims of gains : "Hobby,'
sum n nny to ins companion, ' you got a pret
tvbud Ikkinir vestenlav." "Ob' no." said
Hob, ' Tint near as bad as the one I got the
Bowk of oer business men havo an Idea that
enterprise consols in cluttering tl,) their pave
ments willi piles of boxes; the result of which
is to annoy pedestrians and destoy ladies'
20,734 OAI.I.ONS of whisky were distilled
in Richmond last month, H.u.H in August
z.i, vji in July, wonder it tho increase iu the
number ot bee and axa handles manulactured
has been in proportiou.
SmsKT Smith defines English henevolenco
to be 'a stron? inmulaa on tho mirt of A.
when he sees B la distress to compel C, to
An Irishman, annlyimr for relief, hoine told
to work for his living, replied: "If I'd all the
work in the world 1 could not do it.
"Marriage !" quoth Kate, "defino It if you
can, sir r
"Tho bachelor's lost folly !" was the answer.
A very unpopular oflccr for the Iadies
OOK AGENTS WANTED
TO SOLICIT ORDEnS rOB A SEW ILLUSTRATED
(COMPLETE IS ONE VOLVLE.)
Thin PimojTARYombofllw! the rwrnlt of tho
mmt recent study, ronmruh aud Invalidation,
of iVKHifcslxty-ttvH tit the most eminent nntl ful
vanuel lllhltrul Hrliolnnt now IIvIiik. ClnrKy
mi'n of nil dt'iioiiilniilinnn approve It. and re-
fnrfl it a th bent work of lUkind In the Unjc
ish luiitttiaKr, and one which ouht to he la the
band of ewry llible render In tht lnnl.
InclrculatliiK tliin work, atemta wilt find
pleaHantand proll table employment. The nu
nierotm object loim which are usually enoountp
el In Belli ug ordluary worka will not exhtt with
But on the contrary, encoarngrment and
friendly aid will attend the Agent, making his
labors, oRreenble. tifwful, and lucrative.
Lndlett, retirei C'lenfymen, Hehool Teach ora,
Farm era, Htudenta, and all other who poauew
energy, are' wanted to awiUt In CanvaatlDK
every town and county In the coon try, to whom
the moat liberal Inducements will beotlerad,
For particular, apply to. oraddrenv
I'AHMkLEK bKOTlIERA. '
723 Santo in tttroet, l'hiladalphta, ia.
8 TRAY S.-ASTRAYED FROM THE
Premises of thennderslgned, In Alleppo town
ship, Greene county, P., about ten days since,
a dark dun Cow, aiiout three years old, white
face, and end of horns eat onT Also, a black
yearling Heifer, with a large bell on. Any per
son returning th same to the aulisertber, or,
sl-vlni Information where they ran he found,
will be liberally rsward, UfiVI MUKJUI.
ORDERS NEVER CEASJtl
CL 0 THING STORE
N. CLARK & SON.
Jtlano longer Impossible toget a full suit for
7 no, of good material, that we will warrant to
give enure rMusiarrion. i.igni casalmere Pants
and Vest, for si &a, flue and nice style; Summer
Pants and Vest for W 60, th very beat all wool
CASSIMERE SUITS (
from 30 to 2S dollars; the same that has coat yon
J uoiiars. A uuge anu ueauuiui siosk ox
HATS AND CAPbl
The newest anil best styles, the more elegant are
me ueuneiui, ei. uuuu, laeiit, u roan way aua
PEABODY CAP I
The cap deriving lUjname roai
ENGLAND AND AMERICA'S
Munincent benefactor-MR. OEO. PKAnortY.
Kvery Aincrlrflii youth who loves her Krcatet
Hencfnctor Hhould not fall to have one of t hone
CAPtS. A full and cotnplctea.'Morlmeut of (Jen
tlemen' furnishing gofHU. We hnve the New
York Mill and Wuinautta Mittdln Hhlrts; two of
the beat brands of muslin manufactured.
TIIE CELEBHATED ENGLISH RUFFLE
Wool nnd Crwwlmere Plilrtn. Fine Corset Jean
Pniwera and Hiiuimer i;nderNhlrtM, JJneii
tlutxlirfPclilstfa fll.ivoti in1 llIUJl..eI. ,ltl. Iau
bows and searfs. In endlex variety, 'he KuRcno,
Victoria, and Isabella flow, the very newest, the
Zephyr Hearf, 7U) Paper Collar, of nil styles,
Ward's SlmkesneHre, Linen Iinitatlon. Wider
Proof, Kiubrnidereil, Keystone, (iohlsmith's
PlHenljr, Grays. Ac., Ac.
A.few late styles -aMimereH that will be sold by
the yard. We kindly attk you to comimre prlees
uuiurn uujruiK. o;e- ut-iy
BUILDEHS and CONTRACTORS!
WAYNESBCnO STEAM PLAN' I NO MILL
Tt gives us nleasiirn to announce to the nubile
the completion of this work and the readiness of
i lie propriotors to
The best Improved machinery Is nsed. Plan
ing. Ploughing and Grooving, Kash and lawjr
Milking, t'nii ii.ll I up-, pippin, moulding Ac,
rapidly and skilfully executed. Itubng firlces
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 1
They are also prepared to do all kinds of Carpen
ter Work, with the utmost promptness, aud in
the most substantial mariner.
They respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage, end flatter themselves that they will
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
All order promptly attended to.
BflADEN, WALTON A BAYERS,
TO $3,00 PER DAY.
A BETTER PEN THAN QILLOT'3 PEN.
These Dens sell ranldlr wherever Introduced
to all classes of people. Are folly equal to the
Sold pen for ease and beauty of writing. More
exihle and durable than any ateel pen ever
muuuittviurt-u. yj in uu. corwie. isenn lor sum
plo box. Only l cents, or two boxes for Si) cents.
No. 1 for general use. No. i for ladles, Schools
ami cnoice rennunsnip, Hent rre of postiure.
Money refunded If they do not give satisfaction.
Address H.V.B, COWEN, Lafayette, Ind.
The following la a sample of hundreds of let
ters from parties who have ordered these pens.
POTTKTOWN, PA.. July tttn. WW.
K. V. B. COWEN, Lafayette, Ind.
Ocab 8t! The box of Na 1 eama ordered bv
me some ten days since has arrived, and I am so
roucn pieaaea witn uiem that I have concluded
to take an Agency for thels sale, so air, at least,
as to ordor three gross No. 1 and on gmsa No. L
for wblatt I noloa Tour price to A rents. Ad
dress ' ar. m. sirofhied,
Warranted to last five times as long, and rive
better sat lantcKoei than any steel pen manafoo
tnred. Head for elrealar of testimonial from
Profoaaai of Be boots and Colleges, and from
proaalgeat ii-T kotass. UfTCyhtHtm.
Jfj,,w,;,n,!ly 'nforms the citizens and phvsl
clans generally, that he has r,ivi Tf,. i!..T.
ana Uuont stock of
DRUGS AD MEDICINES
vcr offered In this market ,wh ten he will ,
BELT, fintl I nr n
than can be nnrei,n.e,i ... , '. .. '
county, ;niioro cine in laai
II J TTrrr . - ;
minis ut ALL KINDS f
Tlrv MTirf In r .
than th. cheapest:'" qn"",y' hW
DYE STUFFS, '
of the very finest seleetleu.
?h.'wJdfxilte nact 0011 1,8
LMiuuMiMi LUNG SYRUP I
A MfllAsllf IIHeii.....l
; ior inecitre or hleedln'
Mimplexlon to one of heai'tnn I wl "cure" v
pepsia. fill syrup Is one of the mct nseml
meillelnesof the day. Tills Is " ' meSll
ai.d wedo not know of It f,Mlngiu Ti single oaiS
Alan nil Alliaa t & . . . " .. .
A YID E. FOUTZ,
Sl'CCESSOB TO FOOTX a sao.
Hotsb iii Catlle Poffte
long and favorably
known, will thor
broken -down anil
sad eUanilnf Up
itomaca and lotos
It li a tun pre.
vtntlve of nil div
tsa Incidrnt tw
thlff anfmaL inch as LU.Vf FH.Vi.il, QLAXD&Ri,
S n u liu l IT A"
eo iron a, Dia-
LOSS Or APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ae Improves the
a smooth and
El otiy skin and
anflforma th t
honwb, lkeItoa tato ""-looking and tpirlte
To iepef of Cowi this preparation li Invaluable.
It loonaiet Uia quantltr and improvea tho quality
oi mt muir. it nas
been proven by as
tual experiment to
fncreaia tho quan
tity of milk and
eream twenty per
eent. and make tho
batter Arm and
aweet. In fattening1
an appetitr, loosens
uietr mat, and
makes them thrive
In all dlMSKS of Bwltn, inch si Coughs, TJlotn la
th. Lnni, Mrer,
Oe., this srtlcls
nt. .i . .p.ino.
By Biilllns from a
ens-half s pter "
o a pspir in s
barrel of aw-Jll th.
er entirely prorated. If given In time, a eertato
prer.DtlTa and eur. for th. Hog Cholera,
Prie tS Cants osr Paoer. or i Paper fcr tt
. AT THEIR
THfllFstlg DRIB AND MF.ninNE DEPOT.
Ko. 118 Franklin St.. Baltimore, Hd.
For ftala hy Drus'lats sad SUmkeepers tarougia.
sat th. nailed Suus.
O. W. rtoberls A Co., Agents, Waynesburg, P.
Moffat's Life Pills
A5D PHE3EX. BITTERS.
The Most Successful Medicines
In lhe World.
Established in 1835 by one ot
onr Most Eminent Physicians, and
now nsed throughout North and.
South America, with more pleasing
results than any other Medicine in
eases of diseased Liver, Blood or
Skin,'. Indigestion, . Costivcness,
Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism
and Fever and Ague.
Thousands of certificates are In
onr possession, giving detailed
accounts of perfect Cures effected
I At i 1 1.1. -W.1?l
uy tueso luvuiiiautu jiuituGiues.
They regnlate the System and put
all' the functions of the bodj
in a healthv condition. ' :
Sold by all Druggists. Whit, ft Rowland, Pnprt.
Mors, Successors to Dr. John Vofbt and Dr. V. J
VoCit, New York.
Thii rreat merI7eineearei Or. J. H. Son f to, the
rroprinuir, oi iMimonarr i;otiiimp( ion, wnen a nam
aneuniH U mi A tomii.inWe attpnet, end whon tpoodir
denih appflved to bo incvltnh a. HIn nhvatelanapros. '
nouoroi hit oae inrnrab'o whon ho conmveneed
th om of th! simple Lut nnwertul n ntcJ. Hit .
b4lih ww rojitoro'l In a rarf ihort lime, and no
reinrn ot Uio diiuuue Ium hoeo apprshonde i. lor all
the tnptonu fjn i kly tliuppwol, and hU proaonl
weiclit li mow I nan two liundre'l poruicb.
d.ufe hie r-c-jver, ho hv r!ev-otoJ h.'i attftntfna
Mcwi9y to the ours ol CoTummptton and the
dliiMUMa wh en re ayually eotupMcvod witb it, and
the eurei e Tvc'cd b km medicine have boon very
nun.ergu aad truly wour5er.ni. Pr. SntKcav
uta'con pro Cswlonal vial to touveral of the larirer eitlee
wer'stl, where be ha a larro oonooare of patleotc, '
aad it i (nil r rw:ou. thing fco wo eoor eonituntpttTOB
tha havo to bo llt,el out ol their earriocea, and la
a ft" momhi himltrir, rlruat iwrwni. Dav
gUriKNOK'B PULMONIC BYRL'P, ftRAWKKO
TUNIC, aid MANOUAKtt P1LL3 ere Beaerauy t:
all re ;airt in eunuj (Jonmmp'-ion. Full dlroa
tlom acmmpAar ranh, to (hat snr one ean taku tbera
w'.tlioiit rtcini Dr. 8'jiiBNoa, hot when tl ia eon . t'
veft,eiit it ia but to rnu lum. Uo nlvi advice free, .
but .or Uiorotmh osxjulnailon wtth hie ttaipireme.ee
bie '-'ma h three dotlari.
raowob-erve. waia p.ire'iaalnt. that the tww
i;ke.iopj e ilto loetrouo whau Ui the lattatajte .
of Ciirimpiloii, a id the tyher a he now la, In
p tT.cflt hcath-re on the Government rtamp.
8d bv a.1 DruxftiMo mif fen era. Price 4jl.H0'
pnr leottle. qr J.'-0 the half doen. Letters tee'
aJvlee aboud tlni abo darot. to Dr. Athenck'a
Princ pal 0 -tco, U Vmh t!i 1tM Pit'.aJo phla, Pa.
Geraral W!io!omIe Arentii Ieinari Barrxn fc Oo.
N. Y.. ft. I. UTt5, BVtlmom, ML( John a
Park, (ncinnai., Oblot Watker h Tavlrr, CUoao
iiL i Coiliu Hroa.. Loti'a Mj. f u4 w. ea. me. 1 r
4-Hetnib1ela Exlrars Bneho and Ite
proved Rose Wash cures wrretand delicate rlls
ordors In all their atara, at little erpenee,. UtUav
or no change la diet, no InooKvealeoc aid' ao
JBVSUrV 41 u pinMnua iu mmv ea vhpii 4
mediate In IU action, and free from all InjurUme
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