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serWie are informed, through James
Seals a returned prisoner that Clarke Bark,
son of Neal Bark is dead, and that Richard
L. Adams, son of D,trcson Adams, and Sun
uel S. Rinehart, are on their way home from
rehet prison. We have no particulars of
where or when Burk diva.
W. S. Throckmorton, M. D.
We are pleased to see our young friend
Dr. W. S. Threckmorton again on onr
streets. We understand that he has com
pleted his last course of medical lectures at
Jefferson College, Phila., and now prepared
to locate himself as a practising physician.
'Will' is a close student, affable and gentle
manly in his intercourse with society, and
we bespeak for him a liberal patronnge
wherever he may choose to settle among
Hucksters Notice--Look Out
Tour Hucksters License only gives you
the privilege of peddling produce out of the
county; but does not give license to bring
goods into the county, unless , oti procure•
State licence to peddle. The law in such
cases made and provided will be enforced.
We have rights and menu to maintain Ow/.
March 20, 1865
Adams' Express Agency
Adams' Express Company have establish
ed an office in this place and have appointed
our clever friend Wm. A. Powran, Esq.,
agent. This win prove profitable to the
company, as well as a convenience to our
citizens. 'We learn that offices have ako
been established at Rices' Landing and
Greensboro. This company is perfectly' re
Oil Land Agency.
W. T. H. PAULEY, Esq., it will be seen
by his card in another column, has opened
an office in Philadelphia, f o r the purpose of
selling oil lands, leases, interests in oil wells
&c., with branch office at - New York and
Boston. Pauley has been engaged in the ,
"oil business" fo: some time very successful
ly and has quite an extensive acquaintance
in the East as well in our own part of the
state. His business qualifications are very
good and any business entrusted to his care
'will be honestly and promptly attended to.
OFFICL—No. 9, South Third St., Phila.,
Pa. See card.
RETORTED FOR TUE MESSENGER
Wedding in High Life.
"Black spirits and. whitP,
Blue spirits and gray;
Mingle, mingle, mingle,
You that min;:le may."
On Sabbath last it was announced through
our streets that "Aunt Nancy Claybourn,"
a "CAW lady" of our borough, was to be
initiated into the secret mysteries of matri
mony for the fourth time by Peter Willts, 4.1
genuine Congo nigger, (recently from the
Southern Gmfetleracy) or in more elegant
phraseology, an " American citizen of Afri
The wedding came off at the residence, of
"Aunt Nancy," where were assembled the
whole Guinea aristocracy of the neighbor
hood, from the handsome octaroon with no
marks of servile lineage, save a slight kink
in the raven hair and a little more white in
the eye than belongs to the legitimate Cir
casian orb—to the pure, unadulterated, bona
fide nigger of ebony cuticle, thick lips, flat
nose, receding forehead and spindle shanks.
Then there were large numbers of "saucy
white folks" present, who could not, if de
manded by the master of ceremonies, have
shown genuine cards of invitation.
Aunt Nancy's spacious cabin was so crowd
ed with bidden and unbidden guests, that the
hymenial Alter was erected in the yard,
with no canopy but the sunlit-empyrean.
All preparations being comileted the bride
Appeared "adorned for her husband" in.a lo
'breasted, narrow skirted, rather short wiiite t
,robe, worn without hoops. A large white
itibband streamed gaily at her side, and her
wool was ornamented with an elegant wreath
4,if. flowers. The groom. having recently em
dgrated from Dixie, did not appear in very
teplendid habiliments, in fact, some malicious
ipensolis, whispered that Aunt Nancy fur
nished his wedding out-fit from the ample
.stores of her former spouses. lie this as it
may, his clothes seemed to have been inten
.tled,for some gentleman of far more, Ilercu
dean proportions. The august ceremony of
i glaeing together these two pieces of living
ebony, was performed by our fellow citizen
PoarEa, Esq. in good style. When the
.command to "salute the 'ride" was given,
Aunt Nancy forestalled the groom, (no 'ln ht
'through mistake) by kissing him with rvat
'fervour. The festive scene closed, in a large
,consumpt;on of sweatmeats, and a grand
( promenade through the town. The parties
.have now fairly spread their sails "on the
.ocean of wedlock their fortune to try," but
.we scarcely dare to indulge the hope (con-
Aidering the age of the bride) that this mar
triage will result in a family of' sturdy
nines worth in southern markets, $lOOO per
capita, in good times. If the marriage fail
inrespect to issue, let the sable pair console
'themselves with the poetical phylosophy
."0/ho do the best their circumstance
po well—act nohly—anuels could no inure."
Republican please copy
The annual contest between the Union
and Philomathean literary societies of Way
peebnrg College took place on Wednesday
evening, the 15th inst., at the College hall,
in the presence of a large and respectable
audience. The performances were credita
ble to the young gentlemen engaged, and
show that they have mode commendable
progress in mental improvement. They
wielded with no mean skill, those great
weapons of civilization—the Tongue and
the Pen`—and gave promise of assuming in
due time, a fair position in the intellectual
We would not, however, wish to intimate
thspetivi Essays equaled the roasterpmees of
the sllos4 . oter or the Rambler, or that the
orations would compare favorably with those
Webster Or Everett. The essays aboun
tick] with the cote non tanks of young writers
—largo words—sounding phrases, and sen
tences, overloaded with ornament, and con
structed with a principal view to harmony.
The fault inivst prominent in the orators
on this occasion, consisted in delivering
their speeches in strained and unnatural
tones of VOICO, or in the melodious sing-song
manner, NI Lich our funiable friends. the
Quikers employ, in exhorting their breth
ren. Willi young and unexperienced speak
ers, howevor, these defects are common
enonrt.ii, an,l we think that our yonng,
rants for the honors of the rostnim, can cor
rect thew with less dialenlty than Dennis-
thenes found, in modulating the wonderful
voice that rim:se,l the States pit ancient
Greece to resist the Macedonian tyrant.
The following are the mones of the gentle
men who bore Ml' the honora of the con-
SoloTt ;IT, —Tlie Lull of Penn—B.
E. lEl', Waynes!)urg, Pa.
IL 11. LIND:Tx. J. 11.1.,“n,
ut llinnan Cl i arac,
ter the rez.,:llt ut E Ideation more than clitrvr-
Q.nee 4jf No.cur.‘l —Atlivin, J.
• Dunkard Oil Region
11,11. ur t111E1: N crn:xrr
An ele.:ant map of Greene county, from
actual and accurate surveys, giving nll the
principal streams, and the names of all the
landholders in the county, lots just been
publisued by Messrs. 'Little, & Co , of this
city. The to t - nships are colored in the best
style of art, and it is hamolsomely bound in
pocket, size. IC, is also gotten up on heavy
anl superior paper for etunstlug houses ain't
offices. Copies of it may be obtained at the
of)ioA of t h e "E . , - t2rett nil (...!<pany," NJ. 134
South Third stmt. Mr. McConbell's long
experhaiee as a surveyor in Greene count}•,
and his personal a , rluaintance with the oWli
er of every tract of ten acres iu the county,
are a sufficient guarantee of the correctness
and value of the map. The large interests
of Philadelphia capitalists in the lartd and
oil developments in that regian, renders the
map indispensible, and invaluable to them,
and will insure speedy sale of time first cdi-
We are gratified to learn, and to state, on
(indisputable authority, that the late &yel
-1 opments on Dtankard are not only of a high
;ly encouraging character, but fully establish
I reputation of that locality as a first class of
oil region, comparing favorably with Oil
creek or the Kanawha. The attention of
oil men is being directed, however, as well
, to Ten Mile, Wheeling, and Fish Creeks, as
to Dunkard, awl nearly all the lands of
those streams have been put in market, and
fonwl ready sale. A few months, we think,
will witness developments on these *cams
that will chaldmge the credulity and !peel
the most sanguine expectations of:the public.
011ie Oil Items
From Marietta we learn that the
preparations iOr boriio are immeuse.
and a plentiful number of "strikes" are
anticipated. A New York company
has re-sold the Ebert oil pro c perty, on
Federal Creek—which it purchased of
Mr. Ebert, of Zanesville, fin• $40,000
at $200,000, retaining a one-fourth
interest. The "Fee Simple Petroleum
Company" is the name of a New York
company which is on operating one hun
dred and thirty-nine acres of land on
Iforseneck, near the celebrated Giltillan
well, and adjoining. tile properties of the
Tack and the Rawson companies
Tile Warren Citron fek tells of a man
in that place who had a one eighth in
terest in an oil purchase that he had so
much confidence in that he wanted to
increase it to one-twelfth.
[ 4 t . tecill (Jerre pondettre to the Pitt,ltti;lCottri.P.rcial.3
Great excitement now prevails in
Massillon and vicinity on the oil ques
tion originating from the singular cir
cumstance, of a spring break . * out
about one half mile west of town, some
ten days ago, which has since been
eonstanq running off water highly
charged with petroleum. There can
be no doubt of the existence of oil, as
the spring has been visited in these ten
days by hundred of persons, many of
whom have taken away samples of the
oil, which proves to be as pure as any
yet discovered, and what is still more
strange, divers other streams have bro
ken out in the same vicinity, all charg
ed with petroleum. It is also said that
indications of oil on the Lir grounds.
adjoiiiiir town, and on tin: land.; of Dr.
Stets, adjoining the fair grounds, are
strong and umnistakable. If onlv one-
halt of - what is said of the old (leposit
at Massillon be tine, , it certainly should I
I command the immediate attention or
(the "oil princes . ' of the land, some of
whom are already hero. Some from
Chicago were here yesterday and som e
have arrived from the ea:t this morning.'
I know there is great tendency to exag
geration of oil strikes, and there doubt-
l e ss is some exsggeration in what is;
said of Massillon deposit. Yet, that
there is oil here there can now be no
question; the only question is to what
quanti(y. It may be that this will
prove to be the great oil basin of Ohio,
and again the present flattering indica
tions may prove to he only of the sur
thee. The problem will soon be solved I
by the auger. J. M.
The West Virginia Regions
The oil excitement in Wetzel county,
notwithstanding the draft is about to
take place there, is represented to be
on the increase, and lands in that coun
ty, which a few months ag,o could have
been purchased for two or three dol
lars are now selling at from fifteen to
one hundred dollars per acre. Boring
is rapidly progressing on Fishing
Creek, with the usual “indications of
success," but as yet no paying well has
been struck in the county. Land spec
elation rages high on Proctor Creek, a
small stream running trough Proctor
township, hi Wetzet Couunty, and bor
ing has also commenced along the
creek. A company is being formed in
'Medi ng for the purpose of holing for j
oil on the far of Mr. Graham, on the I
left fork of Proctor Creek.
Subscribers for Fruit Trees.
Persons having subscribed for fruit: Ti' we can credit the story, there is now
Trees from the undersigned are inform-' a very romarkable case i n on t o f the l'bila
ea that they can be had at the followin
delphia hospitals—that of a soldier who it is
said has not slept for over fourteen years!—
places of delivery : Sleep forsook Vito in 1850, and he has never
Waynesburo% Court week. fit drowsy since. lie goes to bed tin- p!- , v-
Greensburg, March 22, at J. G. C. sisal rest, when ,but has been
Blacks. olosely watchod ti,r torty-two days and
Brazillia Stephens, on Tuesday March and never detected
White Cottage, March 29
Persons receiving Trees and treating
them properly ; it they do not live *ill
be rellaced by me.
March 23, 181.1
Receipe for the Cure of Diphtheria.
IVe clip the following from the Philadel
"We have just received a receipe for the
cure of diphtheria from a physician, who
says that of 1,000 cases in which it has been
used, nut a single patient has been lost.—
The treatment consists in thoroughly swab
bing the back of the mouth and throat with
the following solution Table salt, two
drachms ; black pepper, golden seal, nitrate
of potash, alum, one drachm each. Mix and
pulverize, put into a tea cup halt full of wa
ter, stir well, then fill up with good vinegar.
Use every half hour, one, two, and four
flours, as recovery progresses. The patient
may stl allow a little each tune. Apply one
Ounce each of spirits of turpentine, f.:west
oil, and aqua alninonia; mixed every hollt
to the whole of the throat, and to the breast
bone every four hours, keeping flannel to the
DON'T FORGET YOUR GlRL 4 .—When 1 liv
ed among the Chocktaw Indians (says a
traveler), I held a consultation with one of
! their chiefs respecting the stages of their
progress in the arts of civilized life, and
among things he informed nie that at
their start they made a great mistake—they
only sent their boys to school. These boys
came home intelligent men, but they mar
ried uneducated and uncivilized wives; and
the uniform result was the children were
all like their mothers. The father soon lost
all his interest both in wife and in children.
And ,tow, said he, if we would educate but
one class of our children, we should choose
the girls, for when they become - filo:hers, I
they educate their sons. This is the point,
and it is true. No nation can become fully
enlightened when inotherS are not qualified
to discharge the duties of home wo rk of ed
Parents, give your daughters, as;
well as your sons, the best education in your
Yorsu MAN.—Don't be a loafer, don't
call yourself a loafer, don't keep loafers'
company, don't hang about loafing places.
Bette) work hard for nothing and board
yourself, than to sit around day after day,
' or stand on corners with your hands in your
pockets. Better for your own mind, better
for your own respect. Bustle about, if you
mean to have anything to bustle about for.
[any a poor physician has obtained a real
patient by riding hard to attend to an imag
inary one. A quire of paper tied with red
tape, carried under a lawyer's arm, may pro
cure him his first case and make him his for
tune. Saclt is the world. To him that lattli
shall he given. Quit droning and complain
ing ; keep busy and mind your chance. So
says one of our profoundest exchanges.
Many perscins who use kerosene
lamps are in the habit, when going to bed,
or leaving a room for a short thee, of turn
ing the wick down low, in order to save the
consumption of oil. The consequence is
that the air of the room soon becomes vi
tiated by the unconsvoned oil vapors, by
the gas produced by the combustion, and
also by the minute particles of smoke and
soot which are thrown off. Air thus pois
oned is deadly in its effects, and the won
der is that more persons are not immediate
ly an d f a t a lly injured by breathing it. 'lrri
tation and inaateation of the throat and
lungs, headache, dizziness, and nausea are
among its effects.
Last Ditch Resolutions
The suhjoinel are the resolutions passed
at a recent Richmond meeting:
Pmoice , /. That we bitterly lament the ne
cessity of continuing the war.
Teekoired, That we cannot prevent it; that
Is with our tivmies.
feexv/ce,/. That we hereby say to our mo
thers. our wives, and our sisters, cheer up,
fit fur you; nerve our arms by your
prayers, your letters, and your sweet mess
Re. o/re , /, That what desertion there is
trom the army is caused by the people at
home; we soldiers tell you that you do this
at your peril.
Re.olred, That should our armies be dis
banded, we will "bushwhack, — or at least,
some of us wi11,,,
Rest,(col; That- Almighty God helping us,
we will never be conquered.
rd. :1 veteran relates the foll.rvin , : It
€ 4 l 24. Oats Wel . 2 not much fancied, they
Id not command Over 80a0le on tl
()ace l ' aPPenea that a " a° driver was en-
track, and from command
the usual l a ' dvance was e
gaged in leading an unruly male for a short dema ' ned.
distance, wine!, j o b proved about as much as EGGS—Continue scarce, and, with a good
he was able to do, and gave full employment : d em"dt the rket nui t Y be quoted I'm° at
120a22c per dozen
for both of his hands.. .As Was thus en-
POTATOSAre conning in prettv freely,
gaged, a newly appointed Reigadier rode and the market
a shade easier. R e pole
near him, in all the consequential radiance l sales of "Peach Blows - at $1.05a.1.10 per
of his star-Light, wlten the mule driver hail- bushel-
ed Lim as follows:
APPLESStea#with sales to a fair ex
tent at 4,50a5:61
"I say, I wish you would stud a couple
of men clown here, to help manage this
The 'Brigadier, indignant an being so ta
, miliarly addressed, sternly inquired: "Do,
you know who I am, sir?" ~ TREASURER
"Sir," was the reply. "you are General' WE ace nolhorize4 to announce
. TIifiNTAA lANIS
Kpil : , of Yorris town hip, a; a rwidulate tor , Treasuer,
i t,ul n ovi to the docis;on of the Primary Election.
"Then why do you not salute me, before, m "" 11 15 . i7"s '
9,thlressing me?" inquiried the Brigadier. i a
I will,' responded M. D., if you will get' OIL LANDS FOR SATE Ph.
i l (dn. d hold the mule!"
I' The Brigadier retired in good order,
rrill F. on.lersiztool has opened an ofllee f r the sale
1 of oft LADS, LE AISES. INTEREST IN OIL.
: t. CLI S. itr.. at No. 9 South Third Street, Plitlatipl
--.....--- --- --
1 Oki, Pa., where all couttiouticalAns on business will
—A. happy man is one who loves his neigh- be attended it,
bar, is kind to the poor, and pay s f o r hi s 1 0 _ i Also, branch offices at Ns , *
ork and 1104tnn
I*. .11. PAULI', 1' & CO.
EA paper. I March 22, 186.5.—tf.
A Singular Case
Quincy, Illinois, two men recently
went to law ztbout ft calf !Itch they both
claimed. Numerons slitnesse; testified on
both sides, and the judge, finding the legal
acumen quite at fault, at tast decided to place
the calf on the street at equal distance from
the residence of each claimant, and leave
the animal to find the %vay home, and decide
the case by its own instinct. The president
is not responsible for this story.
V 3 2 - The fitter of N. P. Willis, the
poet, is now seventy-eight years of ag - e.
.At the late printer's strike in Boston,
heing a pinfer himself, and favorably
disposed towards the Trltn , evirt, which
was left in the lurch, Mr. Willis went to
"case" again, and worked like a hungry
chicken picking corn. The typos tvill
he very apt to call him an "old rat."
t : - ,ErForney's PrcxB, the organ of the Re
publican party in this State, &dares the pas
age of the anti-slavery amendment to be "a
j triumph fur that little party which, thirty
yeas ago declared, the Gmstitation to be a
; covenant with Hen."
LA the people ponder and reflect.
t, :i.;--At a parish school examination,
lately, I,vhen the question was asked,
by did the children of Israel make a
0-olden calf ?" —a little fellow replied
Because they hadn't gold enough to
make a c9w."
Too niairs , men, In) more carry
their religion into tl.ieir business, than
they wouhl weir a life preserver in the
4 l y The report that Andy Johnson pass
ed through Bourbon county, Kentucky, on
his tray to 'Washington, is denied ; but it is
admitted that a great deal of Bourbon, pass
ed through M,r7,7.
A court in Miton, 0.. has awarded a
young lady there $6,500 damages for
breach of promise of marriage.
ta-It is believed the new Atlaniie.
cable will sustain eleven miles of its own
The undersigned having been restored to
health in a fe'.y weeks by a very simple rem
edy, after having suffered several years, with
a severe lung affection, and that dread dis
ease Consumption--is anxious to make
known to his fellow suffereus the means of
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription us. (tree of charge,)
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find n swce egre
for Consumption, A411111:1, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, &c. The only (inject - of ;he
advertiser in sending the Prescription is to
henefit the afflicted, and spread inflirmation
which he conceives to be invaluable ; and he
Lopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as
it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
Parties whishing the prescription will
Itev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings County - ,
March 15, '65.-3in.
New York Money Market.
I I NEw Your:, Marell 16.—Gold closed
Ito-day at 172 . :;a173 .
New York Petroleum Market.
NEW YUIZN, Mara IG. --Crude `3sc ;
refined in bond 58a59 , refined tree 79a
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Market
NEW Yul:K, March IG.--Cotton 63a
65c; Flour $lO 20a10 40 for extra state;
810 65:110 85 for extra It 11 0, *3lO
all 50 for trade brand.. Whisky ;.' 4 32
25. Pork, :512 25a33 87 for new mess;
rlO 75a131 50 for do cash and .regular
way; S2B 2.5a28 50 prime $33 for
prime mess. Butter, 16:121c for Ohio.
sATyr.DAV, March 18, 1865.
BUTTER—_I few packages were ail)OS
ed of at 30ft33c. the latter figure for a choice
FLOUR—The asking rites were, Extra
Family $l.O 25a10 75 for Spring and winter
wheat. The principal inquiry was for hotter
WHISKY has undergone no change.
Sales, 35 bbls. city rectified at $2 20a2
GRAIN— Corn prices were nominal ; we
note sales of two hundred bushels shelled at
°VFW' , or CoNi eTttoLLVAI ii F: 4 _4"fttlEsc , .
Wastri. , gtun, Febreary i 51.11 Inert.
WIIEREAS, by sat ii:tiietro ty evidec
ne present.- Cr,
the mule isimmd, it ha- h..en ilia e to appear 'hat
.:The FARMERS' AND DROVERS' NATIONAL
P. AN I.: of Way ve:Morg" in die borough of Vstvyi,,
burg. in the county of Greene and stat,:of PennPvlca.
ilia, int: been duty organized owlet. and F1C.1 . 0 Ming t,
the retiotro,ot,, the Act of r:olit.trets entitled • An
Art ;I Nal je,,,el I'rtrti:orry Pi:t111-11 by a
of Uttiteti Stales howls. and Lv provide for the
circulation and redemption thweiii," approved Juno
.1, 1 ,7,11, alai has romidied vvi ih all the print:nu:ions of
said Art letteirett to lie I-outfitted with before continent!
ill!! • It , tot , itters of li.tukinz undersold Art:
Ire. I. !WWI
of the 4:itrrelli•••.. Jn Hereby ce r tify th a t
Faro eri i i l :tiot Drovr s' !Sauk of ICavueshu re .,
in the beiriolz!, lit . comity .'f
Greene xr.ti 'Stale of is Itlrlinr 1/..•1i It,
o',ll,l!.efire the business of Banking under the Act
wherenf, ivitm ss my 11 , 111,1 and s, al
otrl-e Ihia TIVcIIIII,NV of
Comptroller of 111 e (;urreltry
1.1',171 7 .11: ,4 of :I , l , ,tioitzirmirm having hee l , zrthteit
to tlie , m , f , rsiVtQA on tint vstwe 1,1 Saihn-1 Rinehart.
tat.. 4it , C:s . llll , ' 1111V1Ship. I; 1,•(. 0 , ,!iv. der'd
'N. olive N.!, rehy ci yen t 4!
Is, ~ 1 •0'1.. 1112111,11i:Ile• U:l3 I . ficf,t, Find
e•oare to pre,mt then, ivro:. , ;rty
LETTER' , been Lt-fahlo.! r•
the I , ld-r-1.Zn0.1 oto , n t!!” ocrate “1 1:. Apph•um..
n+t lii. Bhtlltp. Nnhi-o i. hortltv given
itidph(vit =aid retato to make io.rthhth,te
plytttellt, and th , co h,11,17 Main, to iito,eht
properly aotherlnewed lo)
S 1). A ITE, Adorr
L. BROWN 6c CO.,
J 11 fLtovk N &CO . )
Bankers and Collectors
NILLTARY & • NAVAL CLAMS
2 Park Place, New York.
CotreFi, !ct :!t„: C., J. W
FISIII:a S., I, , 478 1401 street.
llueie¢ had thron years' eXperiefien in the Collec
tion General Irani:lnnen nr hli i
nn!, in all Dspartinenis ui tin, GiiVerilizient, Lye can
ii,,nre nor Cite its end that all litiSi"
initesleil to iIN and ptntnhils
at I. W.: arc prepared to male advitn( e up
on. Anil neentiale tin. sale, and lot NJ)
(tTtileinilster's and 'lien as Celt it
rvosior: 00. I,Vidows, Moo,:ers and Or
BMILticS diA-barged for wound's re
d in I, 1N h. , Lave xrned t‘v,,
an , l wo
is, , f (:;..o.‘o‘t, tau tlooloy to
as are elo
Pug •tnti S”l,ilur4, and the.
N,tvy reosr or Pay
~ i itrs 41 rst ttl,l, •(),-.111-,.ttre
retaro4 properly vt , trectect.
and clearalic,s .Itlttti,itM from Oftlitttitue and Quarter-
R.-retitle tS,tatrip,4 for sale at a discount of 7i
tit -I ~,er relit.
)1 :felt 15, 1'65. —3,1
111 friigH EAU AND ND SDI
rt is claimed fr,r this 11,•\V SeolflinV, that it is of un
equal- szc and I,,,,durtir, en, s eta 11121, 201 1:1"
rieS, in - mY ut . tMdh weichms over au, ~11111.1! P./01: 11l
el,rssy rnmson ertdr,r, vet' flavuted.
and a first mark e t turrry, Fir an arruotint of i,,
orkein. !Introduction. tritmllie.. d Irp us, charm:Pr and
of the pent!, size and elimocter of the
and other thfr , 11:J,11011. see, our 'irriz!ar. IVe
have hmvzht 111 c .1,1,1 he, entire st,, , k ut plants I'lur
=ale. and are now milt, to furnish them at the ndlow
75 :;0 plains 5'
I ....211 101) 4 • :25 IN)
:i 11 I 5 . .,1 •• • 1.25 nn
L 0) :010 .• :31,0 0:
Oar stprl, ~f Stmuwherry I'lantl this sensnp—is,
C,•ldr , a) (tl , h,•-t earl and
;1,a,i1 nl n ruli!orrin size anti prod ictivences ,
Freuedt • s 'lt'i , •n,phv Ile (;attri, Wilson's' Al
tarny, and a If nth , •r , Nr,irable the largest arid
~e .stwt2: have ever ,tiered.
Strawberry - Plants lby
A2-intlttiri, - 4,1 4 11401,1P11 needed.
For ultm 10 rt‘l,9;ol.
For --13, 11 Ayr , 11.1/ .;1) Gold. n Seeded, 13 Russell,
12 4 1 01111,11,„
1 , 01 Pi grf,:1111 jot, 12 Seedvd, 12 RnsPell.
12 FI/Ime/re, h 2 Fr,rt it's Se,ling',
For 1,14 1 , 12 icti!thil,t, 27 (1”1,1( u SePtl,l, 21 Bits
-24 Fllll/1,, 22 rierich's:Sv.;,ll;i.g, 12 Kitle.rt,
For description a:+ove and rnant• other k
litl t, !nude al cu Ituie, prices, &c. see uur illus
vines art; grown in the open air. from the best
hearlig wood taken from bier own vineyards, and
are greatly stiteribtr to those bubbler glabibs, with
their 11 , kt, cramped in I, OIS They are healthy and
vi t ....trolls, have rentarkaidy good riots. and give entire
satisfaction in their growth when planted. which k
the. trn • tesi of a good Vine. We offer in large ituantiii
Concord, *)nloware, Ifarifocl, Creveling, Diaort.
Ulll,Ol Village, Nlaxarawny„ Taylor, Eisirielinrir,
brnunt, A Rel . etta, lona, I.icztela
sidirondac, and all soh-r desirable kinds.
flue r ,, i ection is num massed, if equaled anywhere,
and includes Ilornat, the largest el al', z id of areal
exrellence.. Pilate, v try early and valuable. Imperi
al, very productive andrine. SMlCiletie, very heaot.i•
Isl and rood. itatet, v 'y beautiful and good.
Ilrinct , WS r )I:l73ffe. burst flavor. Franconia, one of
lie very best Improved black Cap, hardy and very
profitable. Vhiladelphia, , Allen's hardy, &c.
New I:m.lmile, Dore L. ster and Newman, in any
quanti y •
We have lekes special patine tfl 'collect the hest
varietie3 raids. and have a very liiiizesupdly ..f
Cherry, larzesl and hest for Jelly. White Grape, hest
while. very line Victoria, Productive and latest.
Shart Branch iled, lnudnrtive and very gaol. Ver.
saillaise, very large and hest quality.
GOOSBERMES, A: , ;PARAGI ,4 , AND LINNA:US
fiend for Catalogue, Plarop, at our Sued
Store, lionicullural and P. erie1111‘1T:11 t i Oil se
No. 19 Fifth street,
Alt articals b , .f/fitcf nu to shill an c-tablisnment can
bo had, ot the Inf , t qualify and foi the fin no favorable
'.'treet, Pi ishurgh, Pa
March P, I;!,•;.";
DAILY MAIL LINE
JIL - 4 1 351_1?. COD NHL
LEAVES IVashio , .:' no, Pa. every day at 1 o'rloch,
Leave: Wayneshotg every ni:(11. ar 1 - 2 o'clock, pl •
arriv nr, at Vl - a-dow , zi-o in :nw• CI( Ile ( OACII (Or
l'insldiri) and The CA ES tOr
Travel. rs going Eon: or West, will find this the flit ick-
l'att OA, "liktmO.tm% Wayne ,l,,, Tgl Pk ,
hiarch o, 15.15.—tf. •
Sir' IFIL IZ far 1. Et 43 3 .
McElroy, Dickson & Co.,
1, vre wn,s )N & 3n Et:any
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
54 WOOD STPOGET,
S. B. 31eClrnv
John T. Sh.ut,
March 6,16,5.-21 k%
For Sale or Exchange !
rilifE Fuh . eriiiers; offer for Fale or in exchanee for
°the,: lands in tins County, several Tracts of land
in lissitand Kansas
ETTERS of administration upon the , essikin of
1J EIS Stephens, dee',l., having been granted the
Regi.ter of Greene county, to rte undersigned tf.fie
hereby notifies a'• I persons indebted to said estate to
make mutediate payment, and elf persons fiestas
claims against said estate a, renuented to present
them duly authenticated for settlement, to
Feb 1 '66 k 11,151 GUMP Athu'r
(*Plor, f tt,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
NO 34:6 W. MALVIN:CORE. ST.,
3E3 A. 3C.a TlitaO Pt. 3M
S . TF:I , IIr.N 4, Late Derrirs, Stephens 4. Co.
;11. A. MILLER, dn. do.
.1, A. Koreas, . do. 7'h rasher, /tamers 4- Co.
M. L. I,ZEkR do ill Farriers' 4• Drovers' Bank,
.lau. 1,, 1,65.-If
Messrs. J. & J. B. Milholland,
HEM EMS Al MACIIIIIBII3,
Cifte'B 7nnne 0.1 Pc/t a re., tw , e ,
sv - treA frov2 the ed met 110 +/Re.
`TEAM engines of ail natteriins with the to t
0 improvements. For Mille and Oil p"rpn,se+
chinary repaired nn the bliorteiit notice and in Eno
Persons wanting any kind of machinery should ex
amine our facilities tor turning out good work.
Pitoshurgh, March Li, fe6s
BI AC$ &
1 would respectfully inform tnv friend
throughout the County, that I at now a
borne, in Waynesburg, and have arranged my
visits so as to spend front the first to tilt.
twentieth of every 1110111i1 at Waynesburg.
this Joy customers may depend upon.
Very respectfully, 5.:. i'ATTO2.i.
karch 2, 'hi.
E..& U. T• ANTIROAY & CO.
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WIIOI,ESALE AND RETAIL.
SDI 313.011 L WAY N. Y
U. ”Ilr mein 1,11:+1/1 , SA 01 Pif (I'M •
(7R ptur - AisTERINI.,A, w ale heatilinatiers of the
11 1 1j , 11',/ , g. SIX :
Of th , .: tk" , 11:1.,• all IlLl34clt, inns hiding
Wur Sc t•11,-, .IttwriraN Fole.l;!is ;Ind 1.111r141,
svarr , ,, , r a'l . 7 A kir. }; , .sole 'mu
tk , our uddicrs 01‘ of
IN , :e into Ow 1:17i! 4 1
:!mat %",uwy. f2lllff f iii prit , ft , m :1 , 1 C-111, I
1•:11 Ti. 1 1 ,r S :]w riTtituti.,n 61 .
f 'IV , " to env ft!
‘‘ l- - I'f'. r r,riprn
e 1, 11)Ittils 'node to otil*-r.
tiutial:v 11 g
100 Alaior-1 !•:!
:200 Brig.- CL: - , lt,_
OF . 1 1,1,
A,l rrtl, r
. 11. 11
!peaso ri.tt,ll 111 an ties Sri Crut of !he
their ,pt4l , r
r 1 (4.1!
rs l 11. T. A \TIP) \ I•rr
.5 ,, 1 1:a.: l!,11' 1 s . V-
INOV 9, 1564, 12111 c,,,
OIL LAND AGENCY !
R. W. JUNES
JONES 8c GAPEN,
Agents for the purchase and sale of On
Lands.... oil well interests .—Lecses
and oil siocks4
Dran,li ,fikes at New 1 - wrlt, 11,ston and lialti
0 01,e at the room: o f t h,. voi,engahela ftil Com
parry —Corner of 2 , 1 ;rd 1 1;04,M s'lrects. l hil'a
vs here ill ~ ,, ItinunicaLi.us to US ,1 , 11, , u'd be athires.ed
ar JONES & GAPEN.
ETTEI:i-', of .•tdministrrinn having. to4.n granted
1 j to 1 , 11 , 1111.111 signet 111 , 11 111, eStilti!( l l ZENifiti
.I()liiNsttN, vVzistiiiigton itutice is hereby
iveii to all tiie:otol to S 3 / 1 1 ..state to snake imnif!-
dime paylotoo. 1111.1 tiro-o Living claims against ❑ie
:ante hi, prenettl them ortio‘trty sultlll,lltiCated for set
ilenwnt. RUH Eftl'
Matrl) 1, •gg
CLILI EN, Lit,
A. & S. Cleavenger & Hays.
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKERS.
FrAV INC purchased Satiowl 11:1'enllisters Saddlery
1 es ialilioliment, respect inform 1111 . people of
1 ream, ronu ty, that they are prepaced to accommo
date them in :01 kinds of work in the hest of style
nod at need:rate Clive us 11 trial.
—hi the dams ilmtse".—main street.
List of Causes for Trial at March
Term, 1355.--First Week.
Snrivor V., Stephens No 135 Dec. Term, 155-1
6loiver vs Low.; 61 , •hens No 136 Dec. do 1651
I.Vy:y & 6 v.. 41.7. vs N,1;10;‘,; No LZ Sept. do Isr,s
LaLe vs sionesm & ',Vol . No 11; sent do ISA
marsh ss I),,,ves ..No 6.1 June do 1637
II wi: vs tot's A dio'rs. No. 1.26 Sept do 16.59
‘Vriglit & %vim vs llayned No 131 Dee do 1, 1 56
Stout vs Stennens No lid Dec do 165.9
Jolly vs host I'o 6:1 Sept do 1560
Scott vs Fdz;;;tltiel; No •27 Jtim, no 1561
Scutt vs Sitom No 3 , 1 .June do 1861
Mad: V, Sa:11: No 31 June do 1861
IVllitely tp vs 11nronton No :6 Den do 1501
loulo,:n vs. Illooenart & Lantz No 3.2 nisch do 1662
Same vs Same No 63 June 00 ISlil.
3101 l vs Stoon No -:n Sept do isr.;t2
titv.hratu ~., t.mtti. No leki 6 ept do 1062
soor lt vs ...,:itit ,'1 al No .N 1 Julie del 15 1 12
thaporol &Nv IP . v, -, 110,h NO I Dee, do 1563
Laniz's ho'c,. vs Lawz's heirslEvily) NO I M. T - 64
Second. Week--First Division.
Brad 6,ril v.; (i.lenliatigh No .42 June Terni, DCA
LW:3,r %. et al No lIS Dee do 1552
Gam. , on vs s,n i e No no Dec do IsJl
Throcknopri on vs fiord( No 131 Dee do 11,2-1
Career NV 0..2 &Cu vs .Ino Lindsey No I June do '59
Gordon vs Kent No 169 June Term iSJ9
Taylor fir use vs Stewart No IS Sept do 1559
Caloido.ll cs Cleavenger ceps do 1559
e Aetti'is vs Dell No 111; rcpt do 15:53
vs Grim et al No Ti June do ISUO
Ar 111.4 1 ,01 I, VS Fullor No 95 June do 16611
for Aluroily & wife
vs Taylor & Capin No 116 Sept do 1860
Coni`th 'Cro Murpitv & w:[:
v:( Fry & TOOOIII4'q No 117 Sell Terra, 1860
Gre22 ej- wile Vi Iljneharl No 35 Dec do 1660
141.11er n), use vs M'N e 213.. '6 .I.(l6l'rs NO 29 Jone T. '6l
F & Daidr el a) N. 51 Sept 'r.nn, Is6l
Gapeo`s heir:. va 1.,•16!y No 112 Sept do 1661
1 - .1611 vs Wemi.l Ni 16 Die (in 1661
Stephen.: & w:re vs Laol2. No 26 March (16 (662
Indr.im vs Rolarhart & Lant6. No 33 March do 1862
mimic vs Sallie No 24 Marrh rill 1862
Cordon No 10 June do 16.62
Wade for Animous vs Rose.
Wade & t , otyder. No '5: March do ISO.
House's Ex - rs vs Braden No 33 Sept du 1864
Wllowt.o - vs 210 f T Derek No •1B Dec do 1564
J. F. TEMPLE, PimlCy.
Prothonotary's (Waco, March I,
COPZEILAL & T1V716011.
II A ,
war, by rt f 1
.1 seph ‘,..e,,terGTTlNCyTaS4Obrwer
hand a en.ul suopiv or the very hest SUGAR, COF
FEE, TEAT, RICE. MOI,As6ES', ..•51'1( Es, CAR
itoN nIL, LAMPS, (AMP CHIMNI ES, SHOE
His I 1 NCI4, &e.. &c., and, hi rind. EVEN*" TILING
xt,na ly kept in a first etas, GriTery Store.
A laii4e supply just received. More in the new
Brick hnildmg west id' Caniiiiiells Store.
Stephens, Aliller & Co
Between lloward and Eutaw Sts
T'l ."1: T11‘)1 .
.1 .1.114 I ;1; aro I• 4;,
- A ND all Business and
't Professional e •
: who wish to do thois
own pristine, and"
and cheap! f. Adapted
to the p rinting
bills, oculars, eathao
Labels, Card and,
Evil instructions iuresho,
pony each office enabling,
a boy lea years old to
work amens successfully. Cisetilars sant free. lliseav
men ahem of Type, Cuts, Arc., 5 ream.
Address AP AMa . PRE6I6I COMM
31 Park ROW, N. Y., and 35 Lincoln 3t., Barton.
Feb. 16, 1864.-Iv.
riIIEIE soldier:l)er otters at his residence; now Dorsi&
1 aint's Ferry. hetween now and the dent nt Apri
n«xt, at private save and on reasonehie tenets, the het
towing property : Two sets of
HEAVY TIMBER WHEELS
with screws attached, a dm. rate Jack for knish
Timber, two sets of heavy breech bands, two NM or
lead harnta-s and thri a toe chains.
March I. '65.-tf Jog. r:. GAR ‘llll.
lICREAS, Letters of administration an the tee
tate of L. Hider Paves. 41101'4 Alas t4IJ
Wayne tp., have been eranted to, the leibserthers, .
all persons indebted to . id estate eisk request/trio ' , •
make immediate panne/IL/tad these hong vistiet-stb
detaandsagminettfre estate of said decedeet wilt mailte
knevra the same without delay.
L St 7-30 LOAN.
By authority of the Secretary of the Treasury, the
underst-gr,ed has assumed the General Fubscription
Agency for tha Fa le of Unite! Staten' Treasury Notes,
bearing seven and three tenth.; per cent. interest. per
annum. klio;vrt ag the
Thi , e Not are i.4,11e , 1 nodvr date of August 35th
lal F, and are payable three years from that time,
currency, t,r are convertablw at the option of the hoklet
U. S. 5-20 Six per cent.
111,:r L 4 ,ids rim now worth a premium of nine per
:r.vbrditl; gold iorere: , t from Nov, ri bet, which I
I.kc, ti• 'WU is Ilr
1 1 ,4, 7-:10 loan, at current
ati ,, nt ten per oent. per an.
State and Inuniaspist
fro,' ooe /o three per text. 'mere.
r t h• c dnu other property. The
sen,laturttly by eau pons attached
'I Off anti sold to any
11!t1 I t ., ! to
ON: ewtt per clay on a $5O note
oi ;A r. c;oo. Jim:moms muted will be promptly
nirlitAted f'l2 ,o 'lpt (If , ul ,, criptiuns. Mit is
The only Loan in Market
st - 1.111 . r1 . 11 1,3 11,,, Govern wen t, and it is confidently
exi,, , ced that its snperiot advaritaz.es will .niakit it
GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE PEOPLE.
Less than 5200,000,(100 remain unsold, which will
probably be of within the next GO or 90 dayil,
when the notes will undoubtedly command a peat.
LIM as has unil.,rwy been the case on closing the
subscriptions to other Loans
In order that citiz,,ns of every town and section of
the country may he afforded facilities for taking the
Loan, the Nation ,1 liank , , State Banks, and Private
Bankers Uirooghoct the country have generally agreed
to receive subscriptions at-par. Subscribers will re-
leer their own agents, in whom they have confidence,
anti who only are to be responsible for the delivery of
the notes for which they receive orders
St R , CRIPTION AGSPIT, Philadelphia
Subscription will be received by the Fiat National
Mardi S . , INi5.-3in
ViBTORY I VICTORY !
THE SIEGE IS ENDED.
WE WILL NOW TAKE THE "QUARTIIL'
DIFFERENT PATTERNS. (Only think or
ell") in) For Parlor nr Kitchen For Town or'
Country, From Costly to the Cheapest. Window
Carlin , . too, and all other kinds of ainmenition.
'l7A.lii TANI 221)11,
At the old locatlon. No. 87 Wood Street, four deem
below Diamond Alley.• Conte Early—come any time.
A ., WASTER P. MARSHALL,
March S, 1565.-111.17
To be presented on Wednesday,
22d day of March Term, IMO.
REGIRTER'a OFFIC E,
Waynesburg . , Pa . Feb. 8. 1864,
- 117OTME is hereby given to all creditors. legatee"
111 wards and other persons interested. that the un
ilerintand Executors, Administrators, and Guanidine'
hate tiled their al7CMillt3 in the Register'a office, sad
that the same %WI b presented to the the Orphan'"
Con rt to he held within and for the County of Greene.
Wedn”stlay, Man h '22nd, '65, for confirmation or al
lowance. PETER ItROWN,
Final Recount of Malinda• Ph nips, adininfigraLrix of
Account of W A Barnet admr of Jane P. Barnet, diec'd.
Acc't of W m Leonard and Sul Fordyce idling of David '''
Final account or Geo floskingnn and Jenne 11W, Sire
of Thos lioskinemi dec'd
AWL of David McCullough. Exr of Anthony Cooper
ace% of Gideon Long, adm'r of David Keener, deed
Acc'tof J. 8. Crawthrd, guardian of Dan'i. Swann..
.cillor child, of Dan'l. swan, deed.
Account of Robert Zimmerman and Barbie! Gres
Ex'rs, of John Uree dec'd,
For Spring of 1865 !
WALL PAPER, WINDOW MIS,
BORDERS AND DECORATIONS.
AND every article in the Paper Flanging llne,
now offered to the trade and buyers, generally
the hiteest vo.sible prices
Call and see at
JOS. R. nucHas & BRO • r
No 107 Market Street, between
Fifth and Liberty Street,
• Pittsburgh, Pa,
For the use of
IttLER CNANTS, lICHSFISTM,
At Private Sate.,
Feb Pttt, '64.
' $lOOO '•
" $5OOO ~