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itc 5' 'H3diiUhtiYgi Republican, cbnesbay,-.Ccccntbct I8CTV.
From Wnymwlmrg to Wuynrshurg nrrlvnl,
wJln."- ",i departure, Wednemlaya,
f r!";rC:I Sg'wil.nw Tree arrival.
W edllwdaV. 11 departure, Wwlnes.hu-.,
'"Vrom Wellington Pa. to Wnvncsburi,, nrrlvnl
dally "p. in-: (except H.indajvdcpariuro dully,
UUil iii.. (except Holidays!. , , . . ,
ftoiu Ues Landing to WiiVncsburi., arrival
dully p. m (except snti.lnn,).l.Mrtiri dully,
?r,i';vn1n,;,5i"'.-..o mernn, W V,,..
arrival Tm-wlnyi uti-i Ri.tnrdays, o, p. in., dopar
lur. Imcliiyii nit.t Krl.liiyn, ,..
...:.. U-.i-iiosliliriMn West Alexander, t ash.
i-'o Pi... arrival, Saturdays, 7, p. m., departure,
rFi!M"'w!Ivi"HWK to Morgantown. V Va.,
nrrlvnl, Woilnosduys, 5, p. lu., departure. Ihure.
Vrnni Wnv'nosburg to Mlddlehournr, W. Va.,
arrival, Wednesdays, 6, p. in., departure, lues
diiys, I, n.Jii.
Nxw Aiwebtisemests. The attention of
.... mailnn la uier-lnllv directed to the follow
in advertisements, which appear for the first
lime in our paicr to-uny.
Register's Notice P. Brown.
Valuable Pnte-D. & 1. Adams.
Notice in Bankruptcy Otho Wade.
Not ire in Hankiuiilcy Wenman Wade,
tlrcat Bargains M. CL & H. Bell.l
Tiik JIaii. CitioT. We publish the
Vnnin the 8-cond tlmo on our IburtU page of
to-.l.iy lor tbu benefit of those who think of
liuikisii! proposal!!. The person making me
jproposul must do so li the following form i
Tho unuVrsl.-ihr.l . whose P"'
mii,. address is . county of
tat!of proposes to convey the mall
oftlm United Stte, from July I, 18G9, to
Tune ;io. Hi.', on route No. .between
. rMt , under the advertisement of
the I'Wmaster (tuiieral, dttcd October 81
Kii7, wilti "celerity, certainty, and security,
f,M ikf) nnu:il sum of dollar.
Tliistf roposal Is made with full knowledge of
ll,i.,!i-d nice of tho route, the weight or the
,nv to he curried, and all oOier particulars In
ii'iVmi"c to Hie routo anil Bervlce, and also
!i,T raiclul examination of the laws and iu-
tiimli'-rf s attached to the advertisement.
!).,,, U (Signed )
This i r ios d must be accompanied by &
cimi';intf''c of which the annexed Is a copy:
The undeiM -noil, residing at , Stato
of -( undertake that, if tho foregoing bid
fir caJiyi"!! the mnil on route No be ac
,.,.iit, it hv the Postmaster Uen'l the bidder shall,
pi: ,if to the 1st day or July, ISfiu, enter into
tliejrwpiired obligation or contract to perform
llis service proposed, with good and sufll
j This we do, understanding distinctly tho
' mbligations aad liabilities' assumed by giuran
itoi a umler the J7th sict'.ou of the act of Con
gress of July 2, 1:I0.
Dated (Signed by two guarantees.)
In addition to this a certificate from the
Postm istcr, whero the guarantore reside,
iiuust be appended. Tkis certificate Is as fol
Tho undersigned, postmaster at ,
Slate of , certifies, Usi:n ms Oath of
lOiFii u, that he is ac(uainted with the above
piiaranlors, and knows tliem to bu men of
iroierty, mid nblo to make good their guar
antees IVted , (Signed.)
The nccei t nice or non acceptance of thefo
proposals will be. announced on the 3Ntday
r March. 1H.
A Piioi-oMTios. It is well knonli tint our
l; ofoniili Is something like twenty live lntr.
:., 1 dollars In debt, and, as is now urged by
K,;ui5 tallies with regard lo the national debt,
is inclined to pay neither principal nor inter
est. l!y tho salo of what is known as Hie
"town commons," scvcnly live or a hundred
acres of land in the limits a sulUeiently largo
umi could be realized to pay the debt and
lisve an overplus thai might he judiciously ex
pended in sundry improvements about the
tow n. Th' iand is mostly in position for ex
cellent building sites and would bu rcadilj
taken np at g'H)d prices. It has ceased to
answer the purpose for which it was designed,
having been willed to the piwr for pasturage
by Isaac Slater when lie sola the land. The
pasturage is now a plentiful yield of dog fen
el. To accomplish this, the property-hol-
.Qcrs must give unanimous consent or we must
pray legislative action. We shall apeak of
rtliis again. This will set you to thinkiug, fa
vorably, wc hope.
FaoM Dvxkarii. Correspendcnt "Ii," of
the Piltsburgh Cnmmminl, wrl'cs as follows
to that paper from Carmichaels, under date of
Nov. 2?, IH(i7: Mining operations have been
Mispcnded for some lime at the shaft of the
Amber Gold Mining Company. It is rumor
ed that gold beating quartz has bet n found,
.prcuue ... mug oern r,.. u . y .uc
men. inu snail is (-sjseii, sno u is uujnroiuiu
ito get accurate information, as Ihe operators
"Will not admit any one.
The production ofoti still continues about
the sninc. Mr. Robert Maple, the patriarcli,
concluding that it is not well fur ru to be
alone," has recently been united in the bands
if wedlock to a widow lady of Morgantown,
West Virginia. 'Jlr. Maple is f ir on tho "silver
side" of eighty, nnd his partner is of very
mature years. Though wo can hardly cx
Trect "long life," yet wc unite with her friends
in wishing "much happiness" to the proprie
tor of "Maple Farm" and his bride.
Whene'er I fake my walks abroad, how
many poor, miserable Dyspeptic people I see,
who would bo healthy, and rosy, and happy,
ffthey took Plantation Bitters, that paragon
iof preparations for giving tone to the atom
ch, energy to the torpid Iker, a Joy tn the
nervous system, and ttreDglb to Uie muscles.
It is an admirable regenerator of nature'
wasted or neglected functional power in
tit her man or woman It gently excites and
pleasantly soothes. With a bottle thereof,
every man mar lie hit own physician?
Magkoua Wate.A delightful toilet arti
clesuperior to Cologne and at half the price;
The robber Time, that steals the sweetness
from fruits and flowers, is baffled by Plmlon's
''Night-Blooming Coreus " Its aroma U less
perishable than that of foreign eitract, essence
or toilet water, and incomparably more delight-flA,m-UrtjQrJ
Disckabok is BAiiKiurTCT. Albert Cul
bertsoa -of Monongahela City, Washington
county, whose liabilities amounted to near
$200,000, and who Bled bis petition under the
'Bankrupt Law, July 3rd 1 807, received hit
discharge from all debit, from the District
Court of the U. 8., at Pittsburg, on the t9th
of November. This is the first discharge grant
ed lnthit Judicial Diitrict. Several other
.eases are nearly ready for Anal action, among
them that of Wm. 8. Calohan, of Washington
county, whose petition was filed July.Slst
6S1, lUbllUiet liW,000. , ,- -t .
CoWixo u Tows All Uie time. That rak
ed coal frorn.X'n. Wuri
Lis 6r Ltrfras Remaining in the Post
Offlce at Waynesburg, Greene Co., Pa., Dee
B-Miaa Sade Bell, Mis Bade E. Bell , Si'
las Barucs, Ilugh Beeler, Ellzi Blackford,
Miss Mary Bradford, Sarah Bradford1, Mrs-
C Edward Cage, Jane Clayton, David
Crayne, Elizabeth Copenhaver, J. M. Cump
on, Itev. O. Cummtni.
D J. P. Duboit. i
E Tillle Ely 3, Daniel Eirop.
F J. 1) Fordvce.
Q J. R. Gamble, Catherine Guthrie, J. M.
II D, E. 8. Hanna, Mrs. Lucrctla Hardin,
I Thus. lams (of Dennis),
J Joseph Frank Johnson.
L Mrs. M. Lucas, Wm. J. Lippencott,
M 8. L. Mestrent 3, HitUt Bturf-y.
O Ri-so O Hilen.
P David P. 1'iatt, Bade Piatt, Daniel Pratt,
Win. Pratt, Oliver Philips, T. J. I'orfe'r.
K Capt C. D. llhodea, Elizabeth 'llyan 2,
Wm. Binehart 2,Wm. Badel,Tliomai Hilehle.
8 Edward Smith 3, Miis Lettio A. Stoe-
phcr, Hot. Daniel Sheffer, Miss Bamantlia
Sloucking, Chuilcs B. Smith, Thomas Scott,
Miss Elizabeth Smith.
T Weslly ..Throckmorton.
W Miss Fhobe A. Wood, Rev. E. F.
Westfull, John Wood, Bntnttei Wert, (o'
Wcst) Esq., Nancy Wright,
Z Jacob Zollnrs 2, Rachel Zimmerman.
Joatru Coox. P. M.
iSr.mnn nm.i.s wcro heard on our streets for
tho first time Monday Inst. Ten Mile was
"skntablc" but a change of tcmpcraturo and
fall of rain threatens to spoil all.
That Biicttm. The panel of latticing still
Is on the Court House roof. Who takes care
of tho building 1 "Who owns that Court
Tub rhiladelphh National Refreshment
Saloons, where the soldiers from every part of
the Union were fed during the Ute war were
an honor to Philadelphia, and there is a pecu
liar propriety in the circumstance that Phila
delphia should inaugurate a plan for the en
dowmentofa National Institute, where tliB
orphans of theso same heroe) may havo a
home and receive an cdocatlon. This 1 1 what
the Trustees of the Riverside Jnstituto are
aiming most successfully to accomplish. Act
ing under the Charter of tho Washington
Library Coiup diy, incorporated by tho State
of Pennsylvania, they are offering stock at the
low rates of ono dodar per share, and will
givj to each subscriber a beautiful and valu
able steel engraving, worth nt retail more than
the price of tho BtosV, au 1 as an additional
inducement will distribute among the stock
holders, presents valued at ifDOO.OOO. In the
distribution every one has an equal chance to
obtain large pres. n s ; o ic Is worth !tV,000,
another 9'o,OUO, Ac. Who can refuse to do
apairio.lc and benevolent action on these
Dlcisiox Rkvkhskii. Tho long sllenco in
regard to the Boot and hoe business has, per
haps, induced our readers to dccldo that wc
have no place in tho village whero such nv-i-
chandise is kept and sold. We wish lo Cor
rect the thought and to assure you that M. C.
& II. Hell, have on Hands the very crtmtde fa
eremt of all that is nico and serviceable In that
lino. You will find their prices, and them
ajfvea agreeable. Beo advertisement.
TiiANKscnviNo was generally observed by
the suspension of business. Dr. Miller de
livered an excellent discourse In the forenoon
at the Presbyterian Church. Tho day was un
favorable for any kind of sport, hut our "fes
tive cumcs" wound up in tiie evening with a
big drunk. Such days are privcleged lo n
grout extent, by some, which will account lor
no arrests, even had it been possible to And a
Coal DEi.irr.nKu. I will attend to orders
for, and Infiiro the prompt delivery of choice
coal from either the Camp Ground or Ten Mile
Works. Large contract at reduced rites,
Oko. 8, JiirrKiiv,
Noticr. The hooks and Notes of the late
firm of Call, Roberts & Co.. nt Call s Mill,
will be left in the hands ofjas. Call, Esq., on
and after Saturday tho 7th lut., fur collec
tion. Wk call espceiii notice to the advertise
ment of Ihn Sale of Valuable property In town
by the Executors of Robert Adams, dee'd,
Mistakk. We inarc a tmnll mistake ofa
chiusand dollars in noticing the purchase by
R. W. Downey, Esq., of the Wilson property
""--trnfiouU Ulive been ,r, Instead of J.U5 M
Bhcisko. Mr. n. C. Sayers was thrown
and fallen on by his horse Sr.nilav morning
last, and severely bruised on the left sido and
shoulder. Moral j don't rido on horsehack.
Stu.i. i Motios And kept moving,
choice coal at Ten Mile Works.
GnAXT Ci.cn. An organization has been
formed by the progressive spirits of our party
and will meet Saturday evening next at the
office of Esquire Rinehart. Come and bring
your friend. Heavy work ahead calls forevcry
AccjBKicr. We regret to loirn that Mr
Isaac Bldille, of Carmichaels, - waa tcverely
injured recently. lie missed hit footing step
ping the sleepers in fie second story of the
new church being erected there, and filling
waa severely bruised. Wo bopo fur hit
Atlastio Moktiilt. Wo hive received
this magazine for December. The number is
fully equal tj any that wo have seen. We
would advise our friends to subscribe for this
popular magazine. Ticknor Fields, Pubs.,
'OcaSonooLn.iv Visrroa" Certainly bears
the palm of being not only the cheapest and
best, but absolutely the handsomest of all the
Periodicals fur the Young Folks, that we have
seen. The Junuiry number tor I set, the
first number of the twelfth volume, is already
upon our table. It it beautifully printed, and
emliellUhcd with quite a number of fine en
gravings; lU list of contents is throughout,
a rich feast of good tilings from tome of the
best writers our country alfurds, and Ui whole
it neatly bound in a tinted cover, printed in
We advise all the boys and glrlt to aend at
one for a sample copy, which will be tent.
with full instructions about lubtcrlblng or
forming clubs, for 10 cents, and ace what a
bright, wide-awake, cheerful companion it
would make for the coming winter evenings.
PriceiT.Z'ayearor fl to clubs. Address,
i. W. Daughaday & Co., Publishers, 421 Wal
nut Street, Philadelphia, Fiu.
Tii Morgantown rett taysj they are pay
ing but tlx cents a pound fur fresh pork. Our
butchers are charging twelve cents. Isn't It an
I ist of riiASD j i rums dii.ywn Fort
j UKI'KMHKKTKIIM, 1I7.
Unnlel .Mor.liKk, Ji-llcraon towimlilp.
.Inlin nrewur, jncKson
Arelilliulil tlrooms, Climlicrlnlid "
Hubert .lliiiiU'riiiuii, Wuyllu "
Asa Miller, liuiikiini, "
JeHiiu drove, i.Vutre
Joseph Mci'omiavk, Iiiiukarit "
JfiHcpliint Morrl.H, lirceno
John Moore, Franklin "
Kills HiirrlMin.lvrrv "
Daniel l-'owell, llunkard "
I'ury Mix'k, Morris "
Ahner lloe, OnCre.
JiiHliixliiirurd, Mr., MnnonziiUola
Zeniut .iolinsou (of Zuck.l Vustl.
Win. Htoy, Marlon
Morwlock Hllvlus, Wayne "
riillllp Lynch, bnnkard "
Abner Jolins, Jm-kwin "
Dnwman Fuller, Wliltely "
Huntllloil Mnlile, Wavne '
I.UIx.n Kinwell, llunkard "
K. K Hook. Franklin "
Ueorge C'owel, Dunkard M
LI8T OF PETTIT JVROILS DRAWN FOR DK
t'KMBKR TKHM, tW7.
Ahner Htloem Jucksoif township
Jaenli Hliifluirt, Kninkllll '
Martin Itlco, Jvin-rson
Inane lluraon, ('iiinhtjrlnnt! 41
John Meek, I 'mitre "
Itenjniiitn Rlc, litinkartl "
Alfreil Htooiw, Wliltely "
Henjaniin lltiM, Greeiiri '
Hlephttn Knlvlrt, Itlclihlll "
Hlchurd Harfinoref Perry
JeptUa Miwire, HIiriiiKlilll "
Win. T. Wrbli, Marlon "
Paiuucl llraiironl. Wliltelv "
HI Kstle, lof Matdew) Jefferson "
John R. Hell, Morgan "
Jacob llrnilen, do "
William i.'lnvia, (lllniorn "
Wllllani Johns, Whltelv t"
Jniues Jolllir, I nrinlcliicls Roroivjh
Joxeph ( 'onner, perry
Peter Hcwlt, CiiiulHrlnud '
Alinur llatileld, MonoiiKuliHlnj a
lleowe lllimilllll, Itlclihlll, "
Thomas sharpueck, Jelfi-rson "
John McCoy, MontMiixalicIa "
Ahner Korilyce, (Irccne "
Wllllnm florclon.FrnnlclIrt "
Haniuul ThotnpHon, lllclihlll '
Win. Knox.Oiriiiicluclg lloroiiKh,
Hi'liry l.'ole, Wnyne M
Jnmes H. Kordvce, Jr. Wliltely "
William Curpenter, Wayne "
Martin Motiluer, Marlon "
Win. IjiiiU. Jr., Wnvno "
Poliert t:arl, Itlclihlll . "
iilratu II. rroe.i'nmberlanci "
Aaron shnlhv, llunkard "
Wllllant l.oiifrniui, Morris "
Maxwell MH nrrol, Morris "
Henry Johnson, Wavne "
Noticks of 'Afnrrmnt ami Dmlhi instrtttl tret
but all Trihutn of Jlfiptrt nsi UbUmries ch irgett
tight tent a tine. J lie money man tit aiti ancta to
statre their in.frrlion.
HEWITT-MARTIN-Nov. 21st, 18(17, by
Rev. J. 8 Gibson. Mr Adam Hewitt, Jr, end
lliss llunmih Muriin, both ot Ureeue co., 1'a,
ROBERTS MOORE On Tuesday, the
3rd Inst., by Dr. Sloan, .Mr. Ueo. W. Roberts
and Miss "Muggie" 8 Moore, ho'h of our
Tho very prescription as a druggist lie should
have filled long ago. We hope it will prove
ellicaciL'tis rind that Ills of the body nnd mind
will ''know him no Moore forever.'
CLUTTER-RESOUT-Nov. lPlh, 1807,
hv Hev. II. If. Cn.'E. nt his resilience, Mr. C
II. Clutter to Miss C, S. liebout,
Greene co., Pa.
MASTERS-COWELLOi; Bnpt. 1st, by
Oreenherry Wade, Win. Mastirs fo Louisa
Cowell, all ol'Orcetioco., Pa.
HEADLEE DELANY On Sept. 8lll, by
Ihe same, Joseph Headlee to Mary June Dt.
luny, all of Ureeueco., Pa.
WADE 3ANTEE On Sept. 23ih, by the
- ime, .M irgau Waiie to Casnnder bautcc, all
"lOrecno co., 1'n.
WILDMAN COWELIj On Sept.
by the s line, Win. Wilinuin to Miss
Cowell, all of Greene co., Pa.
FOIUIYCE-DAVIDSON-On the 31st,
day of .Nov. 1807, nt Richmond Washington
co.. Iowa, by tno U-v. Uasner, Mr, J, (i. For
dyco formerly of Oreenu co.. Pa., igul Miss
lane 1). Davidson, formetlv of Venango co.,
Long may thii Union be preterm! is tile best
wishes of. A. L. M.
WAYFS1H HU .MARKET.
Wavskshciio, Dec. 2, IR97.
Corrected Weekly for the IIki'I'iimuax.
nutter (fresh roll,) p"'
Potatoes fl tiush
Tallow fl lb
Country Moap i lb
Dried Apples lb H
. i Mil r
FLOUR AND (llt.M.V.
Wheat i Imsli
live T hiisli
Corn V bush
Cone y lb
Tea v lb
Ilrown simnr V lb
Itodneil stiuar ) lb
Molasses ( V. Orleans,)
Sorghum y gal
Salt V" bid
l 8.v-2 on
AIXKUHKSY ATTI.K MAR HIT.
The Pittsburgh Commercl il, of Thursday,
November 28, 1 8B7, a.iys tho cattle mnrket
was not a very actlvo ono. There was but
litllo animation manifested among dealers.
Tho sales, however, woro larger thin the
previous wsck, whilst tho extreme prices
were a slrvlo higher than last week. The
weather being warm for the season, together
with a good deal of country dressed meat
coming in, had no doubt something to do
with operation JJe current rates wero:
Prime retailing cattle V 00.37 62 V cwt.j fair
to medium, $i5 00 1( SO; common, fi3 50ijt
30 V cwt. Hogs the market was dull. The
sales wcro restricted at a decline la prices of
25c per hundred.
JIosnAV, Dec. 2, 1887.
The markets have been very dull during the
past week, and at the closo there was no sign of
any amondirtont. Prices of most articles nro
unsettled and generally a trifle lower than they
wero one week ago. '
We quote as follows, which are the wholftialo
store prices, unl.u otherwise noted :
Olt.MN- AN'D KLOUR.
Wheat, Penn'a. and Ohio, Winter Ucd I-' AY2 2 30
live y bush ....... . 1 M,l ft)
OHtsyhnsh ..- - ttixilttc
Cornf bush H ... r;Tic
Hurlns Wheat Flour.......... . 10 iVo-ill T.i
Winter Wheat.- - 14 0m.fljlW
Hugar Cured Hams
Potatoes, 7 busli...
Apples 1 bhl...H .
( 'lietio w............
Kggs dos w
2 iw-1 "fl
Chicago, Nov. SO. Dressed Hogs In good de
mand, hod 2V3.KIC higher, at 77. si ; live active
al yesterday's nrlvnnce. Beef Cattle quiet, at
su,jii ror nrsi quumy tiuppiug.
New Yok. Deeemtar H Prices nro steady.
As goods generally are pretty low, there la no
particular cnange to ooserve.
Thus are throe aorta of folkt in the world
yet, four. Those who know one thing ; those
Wlio know eviirylhlng : those who kcow nolh
lai, and those who glory in it. The first are
Uie hobby riders the one i lea menithe second
ara the quacks ; the third aro the unbelievers'
in (be second and the fourth are unalloyed
foolt twenty-two carata fine.-
lUL r. WIIITTI.KrtY. Physician for C'hrnnlr
litai'iises haa a iKTiiinncnt olllce In WtkliliiKtoli,
Pennsylvania, where he tins l"n rnvHKed lor
the naiit twelve years In ' succenaful treutinent
DISEASES OF A CHRONIC NATURE.
The Doctor might present a volume of eortlfl
rntif ciiren, complimentary notices 4c. but
th most sntlslnciory icsiin .Miu.. ... -"
the pulille lu a trial of hU skill. 1. Vt . devotes
exclusive aflentlon to chronic Ailments, In
.i,i,.i, hi. nrHcilcc ha bwn uniformly succewi-
fnl ellectlim lures III many discs that have
baffled all other systems oi inmimviii.
t'nrnlysis. Rheumatism, Bronchitis, Catanah,
1'eaineKS, iusciivwoi u-"i' - -
Heart, Liver, llowels. Kidneys, l.unga,
Kcmalo IUseiw, Ui'iieral IJelill
Are all promptly and permanently eured by the
iioetor s system of treatment. InirliiKt ie. past
fuw years, the Doctor nan renlstered liiindreilsof
cur to which he will be pleased to givo those
references who may cull uhiii lilm. Ilu invites
nil anileted with any form of Vhronlo dinenso
and having failed toobuiln relief, to
GIVE HIS MEDICINES A TRIAL.
His principal agents are selected entirely from
the Veireuible KiiiKdom, and theso are so ram
blnel as to equalize tho vital forces of the body
and thereby restore it to perfect health. Ihe
Doctor has been especially successful In the
treatment of all
iv-.., i,v M, i.ore full victims to mntndles ne-
Cllllar to their sex, meliy of wlinin lulght.lHl
saved from lives of wretcheilnessaud proinatura
Ei nvcs lv applying in time to lir. V. The rem
edies eniplovcd In the practice of Ilr. W. are
manufactured exclusively by lilm from disown
Medical Laboratory and .ire always pure In
ooalltv nnd spcclrtc In effect. Dr. , dlniinosos
disease by menus of the t rine, tho only Infalli
ble test ofillscase, never fulling to discover Its
nature, locality and curability, thus enabling
liti.i to employ u
RATIONAL B(.Jj?V'yC1'NA.NU tL'KATIVE
Of the olisnlutc certainty of his mndo of dtagno
sos he can sallsfy every pntlont who give him
n trial from the urine alone he will tell acenrnte
Iv nil Hint can he known of any disease. In the
c'xaiiilliatloliof this secretion, ho employs optl
enl chemical and microscopical tnsts, no case
being presented In which one ol these tests Is
not siilllelent to nn nccurnte diagnoses. The
Doctor .Iocs not claim to be a "cure, nil," nor yet
"the right arm of the Almighty stretched forth
i..u ,v.. ill u-nrlil from nreiiiKtiire dlssolullon."
' Out ho does jirofjss froiiisclentlllc actilreuieuts
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE,
Devoted exclusively lo the treatment of chronic
Ills, with his Infallible teslsof disease., to be aide
to red' eve and permanently euro nil those coses
wi.'eh mo nut al ready beyond the r nch of rein
CORNER OF MAIN & CHESTNUT STS.,
OPPOSITE TIIK MANSON ltOl'HK
F It K V. AND CONFIDENTIAL,
gjl-tf. F. WHITTLKSY.
ATTOUXtV AND COttSSKLLOR AT LAW.
Innddlllon toother business will nttend to nil
cases in llankniptcy that may ho entrusted to his
care, onlee, opposite Drug Storoof O. W. ltol
erts ifc Co.
Came to the premises of the subscriber, on tho
Mat or last in. mill, n DCN COW I wide, slim
horns no ear marks, seven yenrs old. The
owner will please cnine forward nt once, pay
plinrges and take her away, otherwise aim will
besold asanostray. JOHN K 1 1 A KW,
Dent P. O., Oreeno Co., Pa.
T O. OF O. F.
vVAYXF.SBTIlQ ENCAMPMENT, NO. ltd.
liail ill i mm-lir H omnium, ntni ..nun nun-,,
Wiiviii.shiii-ir. Pn. First and seeolld Friday's of
eaefi nionfu. dli,
HIE WOULD RENOWNED
Si NO Ell '
OUU NEW FAMILY MACHINE,
Hits licen over Iwovears 111 nrennratlon.
which has been brouirht to iMTleotloii reKnrdlws
of time, InlKir or expense, nnd'ts now confident
ly pnenieii loinepiiniie ns lncoinparnuiy inc
tic! M4-wnnr Machine in exlsu?nce.
The Mnclunc in ouestioals simnle. compact.
durable and iMiutifol. It is itiilet, light running
nnd enpiible of performing a range unit vtiriete
01 word never oclore uileinuiii up
.Machine using either Hlllt, Twist, Linen or Col-
ten Thread, and sowing Willi Hiuil facility the
very llliosl alio eisirscsi imuerisis.nnnniiyinini
del win the two extremes, in Ihe most henutiftt
nnd substantial manner1. Its nttiiehincnts for
Hemming, Braiding, Cording, Tucking, ouilt
Ing, Kelllng, Trimming, Himling. etc., are Novel
nnd Pnu'ilcal. nnd hnve been Invented and ad-
JilMtcl tsitMH-hilly for this Machine.
m'T ticsigns 01 me unntue, usi'iui hiiu puiium.
folding tons and cabinet ctisea peculiar to the
.Ma'dilni-s mnnufnetm-cd by this Conipnny have
liecn prepnnt tor enclosing tho new Aiacuince.
Tlt.iM nro irntln lin In Pi'tTV VfirlctV of WOOll.
such as Black Walnut, Mahogany, Rosewood,
nnd tho llli,. nnil from the tilnllu-st to tlio most
elnlmrato pattern nnd tin I ill the Machines
tlum.u.lv.liinir more nt leH hiutilv ornamellt-
cl, to correspond with the Tables r Cabinets
for which they are Intended.
A few reasons why HISUF.P.'S Infest Improv-
edHKWIXd MACIUNMars the best for am-
1st. You can sewanything from the finest sin
gle tlitckni-ss of Swiss or Nnnsook to several
thicknesses of the heaviest Hoover clolli, using
any kind or slue of thread with equal facility,
from No. an) Cottoa up to tho heaviest paU'at or
.1 i. .!..- simifflil nemlte. easily set.
and'niakes Uie popular Lock Stitch alike on both
'a.1 ft lina nn even sir.Ai1llttlnff tension Which
reii!lresnoehnnge f r different thicknesses of
material or ditrerentsli't of thread.
4th. It Is free from all springs, wires and oilier
eomidleatlona, and Is almost noiseless
h. No threads to hold or wheel to turn In
"'Ithl'lt does not hava to be taken apart to oil
""ill". Tt hnn perfect feeil whereby yotrenw sew
thellnest iiiiiterlnlswIihiHit hnvlnit to kcopyonr
work strefche.1 to prevent Its "puckering n
you never have to assist Hie work through as In
all other mschincs,
ath. It will hem any width, eew a stralUlit
ram, or make a ell in the most perfect innnner,
with less skill than Is required to sew a straight
aenm on any other machine.
Its i.tMchmenu for Braiding, Oordlng, Quill
ing, Binding, Tucking, c, are novel and prac
tieal, and requlM bntlltUe skill to use them.
Careful Instructions given at the house of the
Money refunded If the machines an not as
lprptssPiitvd - .
Every machine warranted and kept In repair
three yoai. without charge.
Agent for Oreene Cognty..
ANNOUNCES HIM8KLF AS A CANlJlDATE
FOR THE PATRONAGE OF TrtE
PEOPLE IN THE llfHINEMd
OF HEIXINU URY OOODS. (.
flOOit OPPORITE THE GREENE HOUSE,
, WAVNEsnuno, pa.
1o has Inst received and Is now offcrlnf for sale
l the lowest prices, the fluest stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever before offered In this market, consisting la
jiart, of Fall and Winlor Clothing
FOR MEN AND BOYS!
A very large stork that ennnot be excelled ; also,
a very superior aMortmenl of
Of all kinds, consisting In part, ff New Dress
and Cliwk Trimmings, Velvet Ribbons every
width and shade ; Hull as and silks, latest styles;
BUGLE TRIMMINGS AND BUTTONS 1
Rruih, rionnet. Neck and Trimming Ribbons;
IM-es real point, Applque and Valencia,
llunilkerrhlcra Ijice, Embroidered, Hem
stitched and Plain. Hamburg work a Alio as
sortment. JET AND UOQWOOD JEWELRY.
A large assortment of Kid Oloves first quality
lor lauies anu gentlemen.
bTRAW, VELVET AND PLUSH nATS
nonuets amt Bonnet Frames: Bonnet orna.
munts and flowers, both French and American;
toacther with any and all articles in use by In
dies. Ask for anything you want and we can
supply you. Also a nne assortment or
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
of varlnns kinds and patterns, all of which will
u soiu cheap as uie cneapesi.
ll:13-tf. FRANK McOURHAN.
gOMETHINU NEW I
MIW. K. B. BATKIW it IIOHKINSOM
Have Just arrived from tho Fjiat with a large
assortment offorulgu auddomostio
FALL AND WINTER STYLES I
whlohthoy propose to sell at the lowest t'ARfl
prices I suclias Dress Oootls, Dress Trlm
jning, Dress Buttons, iJidlea
Hhnwls, HiKits nnd Shoes,
Hals and Caps; also a
great variety of
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES' WEAR,
Wares of all kinds, and acomplete variety nt llm
best OltOCKItlKS. Allnf which they propose to
sell nt the very lowest nirurcs, ocpeuoing on uie
quality end cheapness of their goods to gain
(live them a call before pnrcbnslng elsewhere,
aiidthev will provo that the above Is correct.
Iloom lit Allison s bulldhfg, nearly opposite the
Court House, YvaynesDurg. I;., oeu
J E A D AND KNOW-
QUICK SALES AND SHORT PROFITS I
IMMKNHK STOCK OP FIIFXTI anoCEItllW
Constantly arriving at tho Store of
Consisting, In part, of
CON FTCTIOX A III KH,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
In addition to the above, a full stock of
NOTIONS, HARDWARE, SPECTACLES,
POCKET KNIVES .
and thousands of other articles, which aro be
ing sold as low as the
TIMES WILL PERMIT!
C O M E
AND II U Y.
"ovrn tub brjT."
Majority of those who rem I newspapers, neVef
even given hasty glance at a business advertise
mrai anu 11 s
Actually has a choice variety of goods which
he is selling ex the VERY I)WEnT prices that
can bo afforded, It hardly pays him to publish
tne met. i uoreiore we nsve
ri het taslmnlr Invite evervbodv tn rail and
examltm our stock and prices before purchasing
elsewhere, anu any out nine in regara 10 our
ability and determination to make It advanta
geous to inoee wno sre nv. .
Totheirown intprrrt tobny tht'C'iCT.illrTi. Katt,
lUUAuuv, uroceriea nu every luing
theOroeervlineo. It. A. Itlnchart, in Ledwlth'g
old building, opposite the publlc-vjiinre,
A FRESH SlPPLY
J trS'f' ft EC EIVED AND
FOU BALE AT TIIE
E S T V HI C
O. OF O. T.
nOBBIUKA LODGE, NO. Ms.
TTall In Oanrar't Bnlldlng, East Mulrl Street,
Waynesbura, Pa. TlmevTnundsy evening, each
rnliB WASHINGTON LLQHAR7, COM-
PlflLADELPII I. A,
IB CHARTERED BY THE BTATE OF PKNN-
;8YI,VANIA, AND ORGANISED IN AID OP
Tn E RIVERSIDE INSTITUTE,
FOB BDUCATIMQ OHATUITOUBI-T
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' 0RPHAN8,
Incorporated by the Stato of Now Jeraoy,
SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR.
of their charter, and In accordance with Its pro-
- visions, win uisiriuuia
TURER HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR
' IX FMBSKVTS)
TO THE SHAREHOLDERS,
On WEDNESDAY, 8tU of JANUARY, next,
AT PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
Or at the Institute, Mvertide, JV. .
One Present, worth ,
One Present, worth...
lie Present, worth 10.000
One Present, worth e.OOO
Two Presents, worth JViUMsch 8,000
One Present, vnlticil nt 18,000
Two Presents, viilunlnl I15J0U each , SU.000
Une rreseni, vnuusini . w.ww
K-mir Prments. valu.il at M.OUOanch . H0.000
Two Preseiits, valued at Wn each . ,0W)
There presents, valued at Jl.OiXieach 8,000
Twentv Presents, valued nt . aaoli . 10.000
Ten Presents, valiUHl at ?.' ench
Three rresenis vaiuen in v iiu cm-n.
Twenty Presents, valued nt KJ6 each
Fifty-nvo Presents, valued nt 82.0HO each
Fifty ITesenls, valued nt 805 each
110 presents, vnlued at f I0U each
Twenty Presents, vnlued at 875 each
Ten Presents, valued at tan iwh
The remaining presents consists of aril
clcs of use and value, appertaining to
the diffusion of Literature and tho lino
fjich Cortlfloato of steek Is Accompanied with a
BEAUTIFUL STEEL-PLATE ENGRAVING
WOllTH MORE AT RKTAIL THAN TIIK
COST OF CF.UT1FICATE,
And also Insures to holder
PRESENT IN THE GREAT I)ITRIUUTKW.
SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR.
Ann nersnn send I nor us ONE DOLLAR. ornsT-
Ing the same to our local Agents, will receive
linmedlntely a Fine rteel-Pfla Kngravlng.at
choice from the following list, and One Certln.
eate of xtocK, insuring ono present
ONE DOLLAR ENGRAVINGS.
No. l-"Mv Child I My Child!" "No. -
"They're Waved I They're Baved I" No. S-"01d
Heventy-slx ; or, the Karly Days of tho llavoln
Anvncrson raying "ttro dollars" will eeelva
either of the following Fine Kteel-Platea, at
choice, nnd Two Certlllcntoa of Block, thus W
Comlugentltleu to two rresenis.
TWO DOLLAR ENGRAVINGS'.
v lWnKliln0tnn's f'nurtshln." NO.
"Washington's last Interview with his Mother."
THREE DOLLAfl ENGRAVINGS.
Anv nersnn unvlntf "Three Dollars" will re.
eolve the llruutlrul Btcel Platoof
"IIOMF. FROM TIIK WAR."
and Tbreo Ccrtlflcntea of Block, becoming e.
titled to inreo presents,
FOUR DOLLAR ENGRAVINGS.
Anv person paying "Four Dollars" shall re
ceive the largo ami spienoiu isicei riaie 01
."THE PF.RIIJHOF OUR FOUEFATIIERS,"
and Four Certlfleatea of fctock, entitling them
to Four Frosenis,
FIVE DOLLAR ENGRAVINGS.
Anv ncrsnns who nnv "Five Dollars." shall
receive me large anu sjuenuiu nieei i-inie 01
"TIIE MARRIAGE OF POCAHONTAS,"
and Five Certificates of Htoek, entitling them to
The F.miravlnirs and Certificates will be deliv
ered to to each subscriber at our local Agencies,
or sent by mall, post paid, or express, na may be
nOW TO OBTAIN SHAKES AND EN
Bend orders tnus hv mall, enclosing from II
In M0, either by Post Office orders, or in a regis
tered letter, nt our risk. larger amounts should
Ihj sent by 11 rait or express.
10 shares with Engravings
lift shares with Kngrnvlngs
fiO shares with Engravings
75 shares with Kngrnvlngs
1(10 shores with Engravings.....
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.... 40 SO
Tioral Agents Wanted throughout the United
THE RIVERSIDE INSTITUTE,
HI I mite nt Riverside, nnrllngfon- County, New
jurwv is miinneii lor 1110 ourTjmo or znti iu
onsly eilucating the sons of di ceased Muldora
and Hcainen ol the I nlKxl Mist 's.
Tltt. llmtrrl tit Tnistrn'S consists of the follow
ing well-known cltlteiis of Pennsylvania and
ew Jersey :
Hon, WM. It. MANN,
District Attorney. Plillndelahln. Pa,
Hon. LEWW K. BKiHiMALL, Ex-:hlef Col rief
IT, H. Mint, nnd Recorder of Deeils, Phlla. Pa.
Hon. JAM. M. HCOVEL, New Jersey.
Hon. W. W. WARE, Newilerscy.
HENRY OORMAN. Es.
Auent Adnins' Exuress. Phils. Pa-.
J. E. COE, Esq., Of Joy, Coe Co., Phllndelphui,
TnttAHirRT DrrAIITJtKWT. WAIWTrfflTOS. D. C.
Anrii is. 1SH7. Offlce of Internal Revenue : HaV'
Ing received satisfactory, evidence that the pro
cedes of the enterprise conducted by tho Wash
ington Library Com pnny wilt bedevoted to char
itable uses, permission Is hereby gran ted to said
( omtmiiyto conduct such enterprise, exempt
from all charge, wlwithea from spec In 1 tax or
v 4 tirirrivs-CAiiiMaulniiM
mm! uui;. n ... ...i.li...... w,........v
mo Association nas-o ovpo.nieri ws nncm.niii,
Messrs. Oeo, A. Cooke A Co.. .13 Hoilth Third
. . . . . , 1 i . . 11
HiM.1 lbiloilelnhl&. wiinsa well known Integ
rity and buslnessexperleiico will be asufBclent
guaraidee tha' the money entrusted to Uiero
will be promptly applied to Ui purpose stated.
' ! Paii.agri.PHiA, May 30. MOT.
"To the Ofllcers ana Members of the Washing
ton Library l'mpaay."J - .
1. H.RJJAD.tiecrotiiry -
Oenliemi n:-On receipt nfyoar BiVor ofthalu,
InsU, notifying us of our appointment as Re
ceivers for your Company, we took tho liberty
10 nn limn s eotJ 01 yvur vnnnr, vim b pins
of your enterprise to eminent legal anthortty,
and havtapi reosrveii his nrrorable opinion In
regard to its legality, and sympathizing wftb
the beaevolenl ebjaet of yoof Assoelntloa, vis:
the Mtucation and maintenance of the orphan
children of our soldiers and sailors of the Riv
erside Instnute, we liave ooclnded to aceeat
the trust, and to Bsc oar best efforts to promote
so worthy an oajeet, ,. . 1 ..
Respectfully yoors. e -
.c--i-'. Gf!o. A. COOKE CO.
Addresss all letters s-.ulorilera to
GEO, A, (.TOKK CO.; HAKKKW.
W Mouth Thkd.Hlreot, Phlla. IV
Ilcrnlvers for the wualtlagtoa Library Com.
lhl-Wo ssi-i nsssM
QROVESTEEirS PIANClrt .'
rS-r.r.:-.' ,r-'rv '- a .
I GROVESTEEN'S PIANOS, . ; ,
''-" ' ' i - ' '
499 BronJwjr, New York, ' '
.'.1 i ", . , . -.-..,'
409 Broadway, New York, ...
Broadway New York,' :.;
Are unrlvalleil tit DDBAniLrrr. Powan and
EvEiiKEM or ro.'sa. They are bat becoming
the favorite over all others, with Musicians,
A ma Urn rs,' and all lovers of GOOD M0HIC.
They are warranted In every respect.' Pries
one-third iower than other flrst-clasa makers.
Henri for Circular. OKOVH8TKEN CO..
.3-ainb- Uroulway,N. T.'
- .r I ' '
sfHS WAYNERBURO BtWHJCAil'
JOB rsiNTINO ESTABLIftH
MENT, , s
&yV 'Building, Ead tj IU toM
W A XJTS8 B (Jti Of f A.
WK HAVE- NOW A ft BEAT VAJHETY
And a more coin pie stock r
PA PER, C A R D 8,
Than any esUblisVmetrt vrithUa the" Bavtti o(r
tmr Dasnicea vim,
AND WE ARE PREPAftfX
To execufe tfftty d'eserljH'lbn
GE P RINtt N 6i
SIVLE OF NEATNESS ANtf
E A U T Y r r
CANNO'I BE SURPASSED1 ANYWBEtW,
We' employ the moat trnupetent 'prlrrfe,- anil'
MEET EVERY ORDER t
wWct( ate" rWowai rh
SHORTEST TI3IE POSSIBLE I
IN THE MOAT BATISFA'CTOKT HAimtii i
ParrlcSiaf' attention gtvea to
F'iHU iULE WORKt
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1.; . .. . -.
' CHECKS tfCy -.TERMS
REASON ABLE I,-
iti na tsura m call a golag etsawbarw.
tjiS. B. BAYKRH,