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Wednesday, October 4, 1805.
; In almost ovbry pajer wo reeeivo
we find a record of some horiiblo criino
committed, either by burglars,' rubbers
or murderer. Our own county is not
nloar .of the miscreant who prowl.nbout
the whole country seclttni; to till their
pockets with plundjr. Out. .Hyinduy
errning, the 24lli nit., tho store room
of Morgan Liull, located .nt Ur.iy's OKI
Stand in Riohill tovthship, was brokon
pen and several hundred dollar, worth
it' goods stolen therefrom. Suspicion was
lirectod against n young man named
Win. Owei', who wan loitering about
Mio county in dilTerout localities, and lie
' vns arrested and brought beforo Justice
Webb ot this borough, who committed
.'him to tho county Jail. Subsequently,
The Emperor of Brazil has appointed a
'Board of Health" to luvestieato and de
cide what proprietary remedies should to
admitted into the country and what ex
cluded. After come month s session they
havo reported condemning them all ex
cept Dr. .1. C. Ayer ACo.'e preparations
Three of thoco they recommended the
Emperor to admit for iho Itenelit of the
public health, while they hold tho fourth,
Cherry Pectoral under advisement fur
further intorninlion repenting one of its
ingredients morphine, which, while fo
extensively employed and so highly es
t.-enied at a remedy in this cou'ntry, is
scarcely known in that. Of all tho other
medicines hi fore them, the Imperial com
mission eay, "no one of them merits any
furor whatever, or protection from this
Government, an they contain nothing new
nor nny spccillu virtues not fully known,
and lined by our ou n physicians." The
Imperial Government has accordingly
prohihitcd fiem all from admission
through the custom house, except the
remedies of our distinguished countrymen
above mentioneda discrimination by
their learned men, very like thai to which
experience "as led tne American peopi
'hrough tho persevornnco
iVcbb, the goods were found secreted
" n a wood near Win. McClehuUTs farm,
ind restored to their owner. Tho otl
ijrit then nindo n oonlowuou of tin1 thiii,
.ind wanted to havo the court pass a sen-
of J.iStiooltUt""ltfr'iM-, ,
ODD FELLOWS' Pitt CES310X.
The Oild Fellows' Celebration yesterday
I (Tnei day) was considered ft very decided
success. The procession tvus termed at
tho Court II uiiBu a b .mt 1U o'clock am
For the Republican.
OIL IN GREENE COUNTY.
Since- tho fever to get rich fast has
somewhat abated, would it not bo rea
sonnblo and rutiontil, for thote who real
ly feel it a pride and duty to develop f oi
ly and honestly, tho resources of the nil
wealth in our county, to go to work sys
tematically, to accomplish that object,
VuT one, 1 believo there is an abundance
ot oil in all part of our county, but I do
not believe it can be had by boring !i or
GOO feet. I firmly believo that no well
at that depth is a lair test. Let us have
fewer companies, but stronger ones
Let thorn be organized by men who can
atlord to subscribe what can bo lost, pro
vided there is a loss, with a capital sudl
cient to bore to tho depth of nt least 10'JO
to 1200 feet and then if the ftiluro is
made, wo, at least, will have tho sntisfno
lion of having our lands fairly tested.
Let us havo heavier and better engines
which can do the work, and practical.
After years of exprrlmentin;? nant
Btndy, tin so machines have been 40
11 standard of perfection n.Miuuriu
k.qil.w.l l.l IN Til K Ml.cll.iMo Aiir.
THEY ARE PERFECTLY 81 J
Are very stroncly oonstrut-trd, audi a
The labor required to turn thenihl.
Iling, mid they mnlte vkuv i.iiti.k $. j
A child ran easily operate and if in
for the different kludg of ork. (i I
WOOLEN OK COTTON YARN 3S,
WORSTED Oil SILK,
and make Plain or Knit GooiIm
nicy are iiesigiieu lor nno-nig
I n rnrrwx? X
n 1 mi v i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " it 1 .1 1 is
PATENTED ISO I. I'EKrl-X IW I
A trvin roffee of nil die tjiiou. 1 urnn-ns
, mhel "uROWNlNG'S KXCfcUuUL -
.I'.Vl'.EYVv iii'.wr ,.,, POOdootU
lie str ti li, w an '
v, ill eiiniiy ..w.rr1ipruw-
.1 Miet. li like mis e-.'.a v.....--
v MS eldMitened nutum. ,
J r, .1., Ms have i.mfouiiu auoiicc.
tt;,l or out ofthe Coffee
Ul'umstl.avtlelesfrom which "Urn.
V trrwfmm bilvley. rye, who,
, beans, ami pens i . , ., iMfjltT
',.. utl.,m.i.U other thUigs-hu. Hit Kin
.(ONEll-yVuple''. ..,. lloM con.
J5u with tne t-ouuu-i'"."
..iry tldni-'s they say to" n,(-
HAVING BEEN MADE, WE OFFER OCR
CUSTOMERS ONE OP THE LARG
EST STOCKS OF . '
tenco nnon him, but as tho grand' jury numbered 212 in f.ill rccal'a. Alter marcl
.lad broken up before his arrest, he could ( fng die. usuul rounds, witnessed by iimn
not bo lniuiitil best .trill, nua as the se
Siiet will prove Very likely for a long
, rhile( if ho keeps aloof from this oounty
j)uring tho last week, tho Sheriff liav-
' uig occasion to admit the prisoner but
lidflof hij cell, tho culprit gave him leg
b til. Ho was closely put sued for somo
d stanco, but proved too fleet for his pur
uiers, and ho is still at largo. lie carries
with him a soldier's discharge certifiealc,
out by some, jt is considered a forged
0110. Our citizens and business men
ould bo on the alert at tho present
time, for scoundrels of this deso iption.
1 1 1 1 -r
u u Mili eu. .. ..' " . .
I nu'oneti tne pfivcmeius, uoors ami win
I dons, they convened at the stand erected
in Adiiuis' orchard, whero they were appro
printcly and ably addressed by the Rev
Wm. Reeves, 1)1) A splendid b.iud ol
iiiiimc, led by Prof. Stoy, accompanied the
procession and added materially to the
display on thnt occasion. The day was
lavoiable and the affair passed off pleas
PREPARE FOR" WESTER?
Autumn is hero with frost and chill
ing winds, and soon old Winter will
Iconio with sleots and snows and freezes
Already heavy garments aro necessary
toonitort. Mow is tho time to buy
thorn, and the placo to find them is N
, Ct A!iii & Son's CiuLtiiiii? Storo. on Alnin
lunngthe past two weeks, but very 8tl.tet. They have everything necessary
uHoiiivw nun nuiiu ill L-uiiPi'uui'imu , f(1 il1A Am.i h.fn nt I ,1
; w vuill oitiv ""Hit Ul LTTIlLIUIIlt:!! Ulltl
boys, l'lieir stock is largo
The Court was setting a few days
of tho sickness of. I, W. Downey,
Kq., ono of tho leading Atl rneys
ol our borough, whose cases were
nil laid over until next term. In the
oriniinal calendar no cases were tried,
ffh'ch speaks well tor tho morals of the
y (H it ROROUUir."
'he liuyt.gti of Waynrsburg wants
' : tn more houses built ill the pies
j'il fi ' r
io,. '"' is a constant demand
LvU' l .- tlw' -"'fllll1 , i
If l. 1 1 "'i-'iJO' ':(;e their
ed i.T.ove tbo town vt'iaf ins :
.. I ,.!. .....! ! I
. ..7! i lui- ni' imr iiiiiimi' I , Willi,
pi been p'nued in an envious jiosition !
compareu villi ner iietgiiutus war
Bch'iois and udlego iu.stit'y an improve
nKiit. nl holders should look to it.
iji s Tho wheat crop of this conn
v wo etedif. tho reports generally,
Woo a licH ono averaging a little
fio.t than half a crop. Tlio coru crop
!a iin.isally good and will turn out a
zru.it yield. 1 llarley (but little sown)
ail'' oats a good crop.
oi vhat blasted by the hot sun.
'&ac pasture abundant.
,i ,.-.ne here tn J who
and well-adapted to this market. They
aro jireparod to fit all sizes ot persons,
to please the tastes ot all characters,
and suit the purses of all classes.
&T Messrs. Taylor & Uotteud will re
ceive an additional supply of groceries in
a few days. Call on them i they are
elevor and obliging gtoccrs.
I"" Mr. A. Wilson, Jr., one ol cm
most tasteful merchants-, loll for Phila
delphia and Now York, some clays since,
to select a new stock of goudj. lis
store will soon be lilled with choice nr-
."l ... r matuiai cul-
toiia! art'u-li'S uv'iued for this week's
paper, wo insert sumo commuuicitious
lrom lriends who are better posted on
matters and things in this section than
no are. Soino of them are very iiupTj1
taut, and will doubtless bo read with
much interest by those who have ut
heart the best interests of the country.
ISOS. jACKKTn, rvSIII-S, Jjl.'.DIV
Undkiisi.ki.vks, 1'iei'i.TS, Aioiias
'Pi ,.t.. .it., t.- .....1. tl
acieimuu uiii i uuai mem uim. men ' btilC-tt Of till! tUlicll'B Uitllltll, ll
experience will be of real valuo to tho , minute's work to lie done with tlietu
community. Then wo will learn tho i 0rw,y kind
valuo of our lnnd.but not till this is done f
will tho oil wealth in this region be ! Mrc workem hi aeMmpUttui'g,
, . . , u i . i,. I on one oi' these Miiciimx. tuif
known or approbated, hpeculauon has M fwg wmfh (,
had its day, now is tlio time to improve i , '
iiimnit i j-.m iru:u4 Jrf.ivtit . i" ' onii ii iimiiR nypre
Kn ,von,.,.., i .. i cinely t'.iu sum" nu t!mt made by
ii otn iioi severance. Jeniiiisa tiw hnvn i... . x,. .. ' wrr
gone to ti.o depth ot 3 or U)0 feet and ! They will make light or open
breonin dieo,o:i1 lf I. , riw-ui or lancy.
' v' i IIV lUitl.'ll
it sliould remain undeveloped.
A I nni.'en -.
Km tl! many,
I-i mil's r.xeelslor, , . ....,al.fri K..l9.
eil Lniillii.v n,'.-,ll,.K noil l.iil. IhtMil: R,.iv. ulin l.lloW my Loiii.c b"' 3 1
I Ti:ev lire capable of making ag:j,m.
illnvehmnedaphmly bicli tlicy hope t.
N'-1 V. v 'Hind Unit llUtml
u. H,v men s uiu y i
a ready iei-t. , ,,.. ,vi.i,;u. you
try a nine 01
Uketliebesi. - , ' .,;, r fi
I.EAT11EU, BOOtS & SHOKS.
...V. 'l ITlTVll
And n pfeat virk-ly orEON?.r.i:i an
.or.hclaili utlhetcwe, tpiiies it 0 oods ,
I in; tm"""""
I, nve. been sukl lor wm
MUNTf From li! 1-2 2-' cts. pci yd,
At I'lltsljurali Piii f
IRON & Nails".
Curd Prices. '
lity and variety of.work. .mil in uWwl I v i , u,is paper advertised ee wo.
maimer, than any other Knllting J m ' ,V' t uW. or v vcr ccmsenl to publim
. ! , . 1 Ull
10SBHBT & tOfflffltML
Wasiiinotun, Septemlier .10,
During tlie week ending to-ihiy tji,7i!i,-(j,i
In National currency whb issued to the bunks,
iu iking the total iiiiiount now lu cirouhitlou
$l!M,4ll,-l0, In the saiao period nearly eight
millions of certificates of indebtedness wcro
redeemed at the Treasury.
The receipts from Internal Revenue t mIhv
amounted to nearly two minimis of dollars.
The receipts from this snurco for the quarter
ending to-day were St)3.7'.'9.4l.
vr wniiUlI now, ortvci
Voung women desirous of flccuiha,, I ... .,'.. HM.,l fov "evcrvbody:"sn!d 'everj-
ol enrtiiHi: a livelyliuod, will liud i us j w1iimc " in "every sitae." .
ceiliiin ol furiibhim; without iiii , aViu ! m-elli:, 1 tlo net wishi the oratrs
.B'FraBTbvkniutis t . S0'!W"i?, x -Lv. Und would taUc-lcave
. . . ,. , i he IlltHIll s uu j
nie: stockiiiu'S. cun iihamx .noiir in
s ' " i?;i per i'-.iio-i
COTlVJil YAKS, at reduced mtes.
and all we ask
nr ofr " 7i TuU mid Ko tor themselves
attCK.unu . i . V , , , we v.-
irouble. .'' . " " , t , nill anil see tlieir
.1 . II .1- !. - .
niiiit, mi uduiiikui; uirti m us raw siai-ii
euu nil he done iu the family, wiL.ny
CTA few Energetic Agents wnrjo
whom liberal iuducuiuents will bo aivij
TO PUBLISHERS OF NEWSPApi
One-half of the amount of the niacl.Vl
he taken in advertising at regular rates.!
Fur further information call ut tho fclulei,
NO. 27 FIFTH STREET, IHTTSEURti,
, ...... . ... . .i
it ntitiress, wuu snmip, lorurcuiiirsanct:
pies of Knitting,
The payment of November coupons in
gold on "Friday, at tlio oflisc of tho United
Mutes Assistant Treasurer in Philadelphia
amounted to fifty-three thousand dollars
The entire payment on the same account
atJNew mk up to the close of biisinoBM I Ooneral Airent, forthe Statesof Pcnnsvlv
on Thursday, that is for four days whs PVl',lL'rl1 New York, Ohio, Virginia ami Jl
about eight hundred and fifty thousand
lollars, a sum considerably smaller than
the amount paid in on account of customs
It.islhis demand, probably, that' bo still-
ens the gold prcmirtm.and in the hone of
a further riso in cold keens the
tion of thu November coupons back.
,,,,1 a mot to in. ... t kl
Mv trade is not o veiy
have aw Bn ue , . 1is jj0T
ut' ii ')LD EV ER Y V 1 ' ' . , ,,.
No. 20 Market street, Ciimdert,
11SPT ItSV-lio -- " i I
im-uieuou,, n M.C0Y & VQ .
ro, Greene County, i.tun.v. u
E. P. CARPENTER.
THE BE9T CHURN,
V ii-, S. E. Eystku has on exhibition at
the Torle llouso, in this borough, ono
of ' ikson ,fc Clark's now and perfect
v wi 'I ug Churn-i, which makes tlio most
an ' ie nicest butter in tho shortest pes
pd t ime. Those of our citi. ttis wlio
" lia " witnessed its operation pronotinco
'! t : li simplest and best as well as cheap
1 j.':C urn thev havo ever examined. It
Ukau with us. Tlio present number
is not just snob a paper as we wish to
ni iko the Republican. It contains not
Buckwheat the variety of matter whtoh wo intend
Hay l to g'ive when wo g"t our offioo nft'iirs
arranged according to our liking, and
become better acquainted with looil mat
ters. Until thou, we ask tho indulgence
of our generous readers.
Pr. James Guiher gives notieo that
ho has ju-t rt'ceive'd. at liis store in this
place, 85,000 worth ot new goods,
which ho offers nt very low prices. Cull
and examine thorn at onee.
tfSr The soldiers belonging to tho
.. ... . . .1 1 .: .5 T .,itit T Ti, 1 tl ti Wn 1. tiriLil,..,.. itwml t.
U! . tue tiling lor too iiauy, auo every '. iMijuuouuij, w
ar. and housekeeper sliould use it. Monday evening next.
(iiu-.tisii IIol'sk. Mrs. U. J Bum-
garncr is prepared to entertain
, r. oyster will exhibit the churn at tlio
-..untyfair, at Cunniehaels, on Thurs.
iy aud Friday. Wo aro euro that all
fill be pleased with it.
. ttr . Jyhu Cotterel and John Haver,
.liniuistrators of J. Cotterel, deu'd., will
llt3 tho highest bidder, on tho 4th
I ovemhor next, two valuable farms sit
i) Jtcd in this county The farms are do
t iribed in another column.
' In a communication published in the
i Hopnbliean some weeks ago, suggest.
-tig the call of a convention tor tho pur-
yy i pose ot tornung an association wim
' evrt0 orcotmg a monuinont to the
r jrjwuory of the Greene County soldiers,
jL',rT i proposed to be ono of 60 pereons to
frX I MiBe 300 dollars Wayne 'P-t0 "P"
fM I ProPr'nte t0 1,mt pu.'T086' am now
tli nt Wnvno tn.
r j will furnish her $300 providing the oth-
j townships will ach do the same.
i ..I i.
WORTHY OP PATRONAGE.
Wo call attention to the card of Messrs
Kiogslanl and Harrington, both young
mtlemea well known in this vicinity,
bote well earned reputation as Captains
the army commanding Greene County
Idlers, merits the trade of our friends.
hope our patrons, who havo dealings
ahimore, will give them, a call when
visit that city.
may call at the Greene llouso during tlio
Fair at Jefferson. She lias greatly en
larged her dining room and lengthened
her tables, so lis to scat many more per
sons than heretofore.
We invito our fellow soldiers and the
citizens of Greene county to meet us in
a general mass meeting to bo held at
tho court houso in Waynesburg, on tho
third Saturday in October, inst , to form
a Monument Association, for the purpose
of erecting a monument to be dedicated
to the memory ot our brave companions
who fell in the conflict to sive the i
tegrity of the Union,
J. B. DoNi.Br, Pres't.
J. A. Kino,
B. P Dbn,
J. li. Mouuis.
Having, disposed of try entire interest In
the Republican Office, all knowing them
selves indebted to me, either for subscrip
tion, advertising or job work, will seethe
propriety of settling up at once.
The Books must be'oloaod out, and those
who have not the money at hand can give '
All delinquents will find it to their own
interevt to at,tond.to this matter promptlv,
V k. Evans. '
j- V. Pro's.
PHn.ADEIiPIIIA PETROLEUM M.VRKET.
September 30. Petroleum Tho demand
onlinues active, and thu tendency of prices
is slid upward. Haies of 2,000 bids Crude at
i.VAtS?,,!8l,.t Jftftfli at tlejlsinbr free,
and 2"(2'Ji;c for bonded.
'' PITTSnURGH .MARKET.
Tho Commercial of Hominy, the 2nd,
reporis nociiiingn in tho produce market.
The receipts last week were limited, mid
the supply ou lund nipt largu,
NEW YORK GOLD MARKET.
Nnw Yokk, September tie. Gold stronger.
Among sellers It Is expected-that tho largo
payments next week oh account ofS-20 Cou
pons .vill clijck tlio upward tendency. Tho
quotations this nioruiu, ranged at l lkijl ttj.
Tue payment on account of 5-20 Coupons,
from Monday tolastevening.wore $1,2311,000,
OIL CITY oTE" REPORT.
SeptembetSs, Tho market ruled firm until
tho commencement of this week. It U now
somewhat oxcllod aud prices have advanced,
1,000 bbls for Ojlober delivery, were sold on
tlie T.irr Farm, yesterday for $S 50 V bbl.
The demand continues brisk, and Urge am'nts
ure chancing hands.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS TRADE,
Thu market lor domestic goods lias boon
somewhat excited, and prices have materially
advanced, nevertheless the market Is very un
certain. The firmness m the views of holders
bus liilhorloglyoiiaway at the first withdrawal
of buyers from market, though the stocks havo
been so low.and tho probabilities of any speedy
augmentation very rcmotc,and their reappear
ance in market as buyorj have been the signal
puantities tlisu ten '
Vholcsalo Grocers. .vi,i(,B,.ie Dealers
tJT Orders ny i " " u .,.,..,.,
fir now opening- in tne
11 Idl I
ileeeived from Pliiladelpli
A I'RESII ASSORTMENT OF GOODS 1
M. .1 '...i.nrl I
l It! lllHl' ""'b"V- ,1,(1
,,. store room- GREENbRO.tO,
wi-11 selected assortineut ft
BEADY MADE CLOTU1NO.
Boots & Sfct
Whieh ibev nro detcrw Iw. B 0)i eh
for excitement, and a general advance of val
ues ot all goods. Tnore has been no stability ; other Establiblmlent in tho county,
MANY ARTICLES winou tuit t nn un-
80 PER CENT. LESS THAN USUAL ! .
Consisting in part of the following : (!
DELATN3 AND PRINT 3, I
BRAIDS. ASKiR'l ED COLORS, f
CAMSIMERES, CAS1NETS, I
TWKKIW, JEANS. I LANNELS,
BROWN it BLEACH ED MUSLIN'S,
LINENS, COUAUG1IS, j
ALPACAS. CASHMERES, I
REl'S, STRIPED S.HIRTIX0,
DRILLINGS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,'
LA DIES' LINEN COLLARS.
VEILS, NETS, SHIRT FRONTS, i
BLACK BELTING, l'.ELT-BUCKLCS,
WADDING is UAT'TING, ,
WOOLEN & COTTON HOSE,
LADIES' BASKETS, I
SILK VELVET RIBBONS, BONNET -IND
Resliles ninny oilier articles in lh t)i-y
Goods line. I
TAliLM LINEN. COTTON YARN.
IIOMHIO AND K!XR !!()i)TS WIT?
MEN A- HOYS, MEN'S UltOG N.
CHlLDRI-.N'Sit MISSES' SHO
AND (I A ITERS,
WALLL PAPER & WINDOV
A complete assortment of Ladlet nud
Gentlemim's Hals, Ornanienls for Tdiiing.
QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, ANlI
GKOCIOBIES, A r I LL ASSOU I'.Mll".
BRANDRETH'S PlLLs, AND f
iMt-BRlDE'S KING OF PAIN
All of the above will be sold as low aiatr.ny
from 1:2 i'-'.' to 'J6 cents peryauli Muslius from
in to -It) i:t:iils per yard. Uivo us an early
null and st-c for yomselvi'S wUat sp(en'lid bar
guins can be had. No mm shall go awuy
dk'Niiiislifd. II . SILVER.MAN & CO.
rfflJf3.0MOOP 'KU stock was btm,l
tmOOEuv & cOSFEeTlOSEltYlj gl.L -CTTEAf
... .". ..... i. . i--4 tifLoav otlier liiaise in the trade. !Joa
(.limes ill Hid Cboci'i j and Conl'cdioiicrv tratle
at liis usual place ot doing business, and that'
he bus jut received
& Fresh Supply
of tho best quality of all articles in liis line.
TOYS NOTIONS nnd a great variety of
useful articles uhvuysou baud.
In connection with tho above, Mr. Hooper
keeps a Restaurant, where ICE CREAM, ber
ries and nil tlic luxuries of the seusuii can be
The most attractive and most popular resort
n town. Juuo I t. 'ti"-ly
M. iiaykks. n. e. CAMriiKi.r..
Cabinet Shop !
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED still carry m the
J. Cabinet business nt tbo Old Stand, one
dtior east of Minor fe Cn's store, Waynesburg.
CABINET FURNITURE, ol nil drscripilons,
kept onstantlvou liaml or made to order.
Quality nnd Stye' ciiiiiiarc fuvurubly with any
in niurkek Prices reduced to thu lowest
Collins niiiilo nt the shoitel notice ami in
in nny style required, lhiiirso uhvnvs ready-.
Thankful for past favors, the Firm confi
dently hope to merit a still greater share of the
public patr.mago. . , -
InylL'-ly HAYNEf & CAMPU ET.t.
to the market, and tlio prices current of one jScpiii-ilf
day have airordod no criterion for tlio next.
Hereafter, wo shall duvot e much space
to financial an I commercial nm tiers.
R, K C.VMrH'i.r.
OBPHISTS CODBT SUE
PKCIAL NOTICE !
I would respectfully inform my friend;
throughout tlio County, liiat I am now nt
home, in Wnynusbiirg, ami luive nmnged m;
visits so nsto'siieml from the first to the twen
tieth of every month at, Waynesburg, this my
r islomcrs liuvv depend upon.
Very ReiroeclfuUy, R PATTON.
k Mureli S I so l
1 N PURSUANCE OT AN ORDER OF THE j
1 Orphan's Court of Oreciio county, the uu-
tlersii'iied. Kxecutors of the last Wili and t
Testament of Georau Waters, (lec'd, will seli i
A'ig'istGtli, lSim, by A.J Hlnennan, Esq ,
Mr. FiiunmiieK Wauk mill Miss Louie Hiutku,
both of Monroe coiintv. Ohio.
,,. ... T ,, ! nt public sile at the "residence of said dee'd,
August tit, by Rime, Mr. Jimur McCer.t.A '
and Miss M hitiia McIIknkv, both of MarsliaU '
county, West Virginia. I
August 17lh, by same Mr. Wm. Evans and' ,. . , , , , . no
Miss Kksiau J. Ubko, both of West Vu. i " tUftto'1 J" un.kard towns ilp Greene omin v.
' Pa., on tlio wuters of Crooked Ru i, contain-
In this place, yesterday, at tho Wnrley ing
Housa. bv J Stewart. V.m . Afe. David Ijiy..
to Mrs. M.uiv a.NN BussiiV, botli of Duukard
THE HOMESTEAD FARM
?rlt'rs iTCfivcrt for
IllC iuCMlJiU'lllB't r ol
(.iiMtoiii-iniiide iiiuof!i &
Shoos. OSSScc Jiu's.-s
lilts nl SI Miiilhiiild
htrtel, J UImIhii-h, i'a.
1: saddled m
II AUNKSS, TRUNKS &A &o,-
No. 132 Wool Strci
Another Call ! I
00 OOO ttMloincrs
J.. Wal ace's
(Wilson's Frame ruihlinp, one door cast
ol the 1st National Bank,)
Waf NESBTJE3, FA-
MR. A W A 1. L A C E
Hus fitted no a splendid HU. v-linht Gullary,
the lirst regular pi. lun. -tailing establishment nn,i wc wjj gvo them our strictest atteution
L-Verinsuiuiuu l.r uiu fii.ii-i., nuio inujr aiu
preparetl to execute
TEOPLR OK GREENE COUNTY wiping
X nnytliing iu our line can he furnlshel on
tho shortest notice uir1 j
MOST REASONABLE TYLRXS.
PersoiiB from a distance s.mding us ORDXRS
will have them promptlv attended to, anion
account of being near Market Head Quarter
we can furnish goods CHEAPER than they
can be bought elsewhere.
Semi Us Your Orilci,
mora or less. Said farm Is wllbin onc-liolf
mild of Tnvlnrtown. ou Dunkitrd. and two .
rilUE partnership heretofore dolna business miles ami a hall lrtmi uie uuiiaa u uu iicg qu
1 under tlie name of "C.illlor, S iott & Co." , -is wulsMmyroved and in excellent larndng
U this day disilvod by mutu d coatent. ' condition The farm has au abuudaiicu of
Tuo business will hereafter be conducted bv 1 coal Is well watered finely situated tor cl-
Cluirlos Collier and J. L. Scott, under tho , M'ur larmlng or gmmg nai an excellent
immo of "Oolllar & Sanl.t." who aru nuthor. , Erumo Dwelling and two orclmrdsot excellent
izod to settle up the business of the late firm.
J. L. 8C0TT,
P. L. KRAMER, .
Greensboro, Sept. 23, 18U3.
Test, Jas. A. Black. octt-nt
- ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
LETTERS of Administration- having been
granted to the undersigned, on thu estate
ot IS. 8. Bayers, lato ot Waynesburg, deo'd .
notion is hereby given to all persons having 8 years old, 15 hands likh, with black muuu
claims against said estato to present them duly . tt,;, ale. blind of both eyes, star lu her foie-
head, nnd white rlgm inua iuoi, Any ono
Fruit on it. Bale to commence ut 10 o'clock,
A. M., of NOVEMBER 8th, IH(i5.
TERMS made known on day of salo.
JOHN N. WATER!?,
sep37-ts Ex'rs ol Goo. Waters, deed.
Strayed or Stolen
From the subscriber, la SprlnclilU tn. on
Sunday, Sept. 10th, !b05 a Urn Marts, about
kntiitinilciiUn fur settlement.
ELIZAUEf I 9AYRR3.
Wiiynesbur;?, Out. 4, l;8C5-t
giving Information' ol her whureabouts will be
sallNlleu lor tlmir iroueiu, iavid dnvohii
Now Preeport, Green -Co. l'.i.
Bept 27, St..
Do vou want Whiskers or Moustaches ?
(lir Grecian Compound will forco them to
grow on the smoothest face urchin, or hair on
Udd heads, In Six Weeks. Price, 1.110.
Sent by mall anywhere, closely 6enlod on re
ceipt of price. Address, WARNER CO.,
liox 1!I8, Brooklyn N. V. Feb. W Iy.
1 ETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on (be
U estate of Catharine ' McFuihmd, due'd,
Uteot Greene tp., Greene Co., Pa,, having
kueu grunted to tbe undersigned on said es
jnte, Hllpersonslndebted tborcto lire required
to make Inmiudlatu payment ; all persons hav
Jig claims n.ftilnst said estate to present them
iriipnr!y nutlumtlcatod for settlement.
SljsAw,, CORHLY GREGG Ailm,
CAUD l)U V1SITES,
And all other kinds and sizes of pictures, hi a
style eipml to the best ai lHt'-i. hspecial atti.-n-tion
will be giveu to coiyiug pictures uuil tui
larging them. All'iipplicatmnswlll bo prompt
ly attended to. Their rooms hw rounnhdious ;
lind attractive, and every iu ;arable aeciimmo- j
ilution will bo rent'ercd to cr, itmnert 'i'tiii is i
tlci itledly tlio heal opporluuiiy to secure occu-1
rate likenesses ever ottered to the people ot
Greene Comity. Cull any time it suita you.
Pictures taken nny time in tlie day, and iu nil
kinds of weather. Nov, 10, ltiGl. tf.
Dissolution of Pariner.liip '!
The cn parliinrslilp hitherto existing between
Alexioitler Wallace nud A. C. Craig was mu
tually dissolved on nnd after tho Mb day of
November, ISti l. Thu business of the Gallery
wl'l be conducted heieufter, cxelnsively, by A.
M'ulluon. A. WALLACE,
nov. In. 'Ct- A CRAIO.
: Greene count)',
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
Are well supplied with largo and commodious
WARE HOUSES for the reception of all kinds
of Gone", Produce, &c, ilo.
Business done with promptness and on tho
MOST REASONABLE TERM-.-
They aro also proprietors oi a largo .
Horses Huggios nnd Hacks
Always In roadlness for any point.
Call- at the EXCHANGE HOTEL, Greens
, oro Pa. iwv3i'Ul lY
and forward gu'ulsby Express to Waynesburg
liyboat or persons living in tho country cau'
send bv Pedlars and Hucksters.
BRADLKi & SMITH.
IX ORDER TO
COME TO WAYNESIJUIt'O
"X0 CSrOt '
or' - .
otti;iu:l & f aylok.
Prnpriutors of the splendid Grocery Rtoro, fm
nerlv owned by Joseph Venter. Mr, Taylor
keeps on hand a good supply ot (lie very best
BUGAR. , COFFEE, TEAS,' RICE, MOLAS
SES. SLICES, CARHON Oil LAMPS!
LAMP CIJ1MNIE& SHOE FINDINGS, &C
&c., ami, in fact, EVERY THING ustiull
kept hi a first class Grocery Store.
Two doors Eist of Wilsons Now Ruildingy
iico it. 'Ot-W
wa'W:i uu numt.Kto row!'
STILL conlmuo to carry on tho Marble sii'd1
Stone cutting business at their long esuib
Ufchcd etnmi immediately East of thu Public '
square, Main Street, Wnynealnirg. :
Tliis I'slnblishinrnt has been In constant
operation since L Wilts, ami tho long experience'
'.md eneri'V of the nronrietors. liiiKtal Willi Hi!-
exercise of sound judgment and good tasts,-
havo won for them a widu spread and cuvlablo'
reputation. An extensive nt , k of tho various4
varieties of the tost inaible kept constantly on
Hand. Ppeelal r.tteiitton pakl to polishing .
drtwslng, inrvirig aud engraving.
; All orders promptly I'd letl