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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1800.
Quit It. It may bo remarked that j
tho following comes from an unwurruiit.
source, but, nevertheless, us mi exponent
of at least a few ot our good and order
loving citizens, we cull tho attention ot
all concerned to the habit of street tout
ing on the Sabbath. This custom, not as
of old confined to a few whom all con
sidered beyond the pale of tespuulubihly,
in becoming alarmingly prevalent among
those who think themselves in the high
er order of gentility. Of tli'i bin ilsell
and the vices growing out of it, it is un
necessary to remark; the petty annoy
ances to passers by uro sulllcient argu
ments to produce an abatement of tin
nuisance. The pure morning air taint
ed with the stench ot tobacco, the side
walk bespattered with lilihy slime
hardly passable for ladies, beside tl.ebal
terles of curious eyes brought to ben
upon all who chance to go by j is it n"i
a severe gauntlet for unyonc to run ? Ti
be sure it is dono thoughtlessly' wtlhoui
malice ol intention, but see tho indelica
cy and inconvenience forced upon others.
Some means can be devised other than
this to while away the time. Let all
then, on the Sabbath, either go to church
or stay in tho house any where else but
on the street. If. however, it is impel'
atively necessary to loaf on tho corners
quit spitting on the sidewalk !
Foil Sai.kI Ten Thousand Dollars
worth of New Goods at J. Guinea's.
FiiKSii ExmirioN. The members and
ministers ot the different christian do.
nominations in our town havo united.
their efforts to agitate once more tlio
subject ot Temperance. A series o
meetings are being held and nn organi
sation perfected with the aforesaid pur
pose in view. Lust Sunday evening was
the second limoot meeting at the M. K,
Church, services being omitted in the
other churches. Remarks were made
by tho several pastors, and a temporary
organization tffioled. This is certain
ly tor tho interest ot tho community at
largo, and a creditable, earnest feeling
among our citizens displays itself in their
largo attendance. No lover of morality
Ciii object, , and,' we may add, no place
else does the matter need mo'u urgent
attention than just heio.
Uuinii still bells the cheapest Muslin.
'--TiiiCcool evenings are coming j the
long nights are upon us s and whers to
spend the hours from supper to bed time
is a question only to be settled by call
ing at Bradley's Oyster Saloon and Ink
inga dish of those excellent bivalves,
not Ul) in ' Tours" best style ' Tom''
knows how to cook Oysters, and a fry, a
roast or a slew, pn-paied by him would
' , ... ...i '
please the taste ot the most, taste ul -
Cull and see.
Wo tried them uml pro-
fuss lo know.
GuillKll bells cheai Flannel.
A nmtcii game of Urso Hall, between
tho "Vantago" club of Unionlown, nn
Af Wiivtipshure-. will be
SaturJav October 13th,
tinriV All tha iri'oiinils of tho latter
J" v.- , o
rtay is to begin at 12 o'clock, M , or as
,600U thereafter as possible. Ainplo lie
cominotlation is afforded for all who
wish to bo spectators ot the game.
Ti-uFairat Jefferson is on tho 11th
and 12th of this month.
Guihgu lias benefitted this count).
Rhad the Quarterly Statement of the
First National Hank iu to day's Uia-i n-
If you want Boots and Shoes go to.
Pkiisonai, We welcome homo our
old friends and acquaintances, Hubert
Adams and K. K. Ilolphenslinu. These
gentlemen have for aomo timn past been
filling clerkships in Washington City,
and are at prcseut enjoying a short res
pite from business oares. They lire
well socially, pliysioally and political
ly. IV you want to know the Market go
ComtBcmoN.- -In our last issno we
stated that tho Washington County Ag
ricultural Society bad adjourned their
exhibition until the 15th and lGth. It
should have boou lGth aad 17th in.-t.
An account of the exooution ot Hich
ard Thairwell, for thu murder of James
HouBenjan.atCookstown, Fayetto conn
ty, last BUtumer, may bo found on our
first pago. Mrs. Houseman, who . was
Tliairwell's particep orimims, gold out
her household cffeoti in Oookstown and
removed to the West. Shu owes her
lite to the magnanimity of' Thairwell,
who refused to testify against her, and is
well aware she tnu tdrag nut the bitter
' little that remains among strangers. Her
Her Dresonoe would not be toloruted
thereabouts and if she had been in Fay
ette oounty at the time ot the execution
he might have been summarily dealt
with bjr thft incensed populace, eonsidor
able indigiiution being m;ni(bstcj on
acuouut of her escape from justice.
Guiiiku has the largest stock in town.
Tuk Jacksonvii.i.b Faiu. Tlio Fair
at Jacksonville on the 3rd ami 4th inst ,
j)(W' am ouo 0f thu fcutuvca of the past
wt.,.k- jj0,g t,0 j,.Hl huM in that placo,
t1(,,.0 wa4 considerable curiosity inuiii-
tested in the county and consequently.a
largo crowd was drawn thither. There
was a grand rush ot vehicles and horse
men through our streets during the day
and night previous to the opening of the
fair, and the result was an almost entire
depopulation of our village for n day or
two. Ueport says it was a perfect
"Donny brook." No. 2, without tho
ruffianism usually displayed at tint far
lamed locality. Wo Imvu no inlorma
lion as to the success of tho Society, the
exhibition, nor the characteristics of the
lisphiy From 'suitaeu indications" it
is In be presumed there was the usual
umtniiil of 'kill-mo-quick" imbibed
Greene county is much Demoeratio and
its deni.eiw embrace every opportunity
of enjoying tho beneficent influences ol
of their tuition.
says no man shall undersell
linu tiiti.. Autumn with her long
and dreamy day, steals in upon us like
fairy breezes, ripening rains ami suns
hn.y skies, and golden tinted verdure.
The trees hanging laden with their ripe
and luciotts fruit, and tho busy hum of
the thrashing stiikes on the listless ear.
The fat of the laud is being garnered
from the elements, contentment and hap
piuess reigns supreme' Hut that happi
ness is only brought to tiertoclio.i w hen
you buy vour Dry CJjoils, Hoots and
Shoes ot J. Giiniiit.
Tiik Winter Term of our Union
School began on Monday last. It opens
with fair prospects and a large attend
Tun Vi:nv 15i:sr thai are made is the
cttcuinitim passed oi! the docketing
Piano, oy Air, Bowen, one of the most,
eminent of the Pittsburgh Musical Pro
fessors. Se his letter :
Mi:. 0. C. Mki.i.oii D,v,. Vr.l
have now used the diickering Pianos
for nearly eighteen years, and from this
experience, 1 pronounce them to lie tho
most pel feel lust ninients in every par
ticular, thai I have ever used myself or
Their rem nkaMc purity, brilliancy and
nobleness t tone, an. I ease and prompt
liess of mecliai i-in, aie qualities inu-t
satisfactory and inspiring to the urii.-t,
and highly conducive to the rapid ami
thorough-improvement ot ilie student.
I c-jHri ily recommend tho t'hii ker.ng
Pianos, tor the use ot pupils, as I have
remarked from actual ob-ervalion, that
they obtain a most correct appreciation
of iniisicil lone, and gain a great free
dom and evenness of linger by miotic
inif on these iiistruinouis
My preference is most decidedly ia fa
vor of the Cliickormg Pianos, and I lo
eoumieiet llieui to tlio I untie as i,ein
tliis Veni best I'mims tlal arc iibil
i J M
11. S ISowi.n.
inlvertiseineiit in another column.
15'ich Itemliuij Hon, Charles Sum
ner, of Massachusetts . Gov. L. On', of
Smith Caiolinu , Jonu II. N'oyes ; John
John I ieipoint i Win. Harvey, inula
lvallir Chief ot Mo.aiuhiiitic, Willi oilier
illiisiraiions. u'iveu in the October mini-
, . I,.. ...... I I,.., .1 I, ,j
lier Ul Ilie I llieiioniyu-ni .ioiiiu.u. iu i-
a very interestnie; uiimliei only id cts
or 2 a vent. A'Mro.'S Fowler it Wells,
US'.) UroaiLvay, New York.
i Cii'iiiiai is n good Luyer.
Ti.mh Fmks When iu the course of
- human event it becomes necessary thai
the people lay by their summer good-
land ami put on articles appropriate to
the Fall ami Winter, wo Iru-ttliey will
remember J. Giiiir.u, ami call and see
him before purchasing elsewhere-.
A little L'lil. hvo years ot ngo, was
whippi d li) death in Sarnia, C V., on
tho 12th inst., for refusing to nay her
prayers Tho whipping was inllieteil
by the mother i t the child with u raw
hide, in the evening, anil in thenorning
thoclnlil was found dead, ifoin niu
father and mother have been uommitted
to prison to awuil their trial for murder
The Indian Chief's on the lino of the
Powder Wiver, Dakota Terilory, recent
y made the following proposition us the
tonus upon which they would nllow
white men lo trade or travel on that
route i 'oucan inuko tho roan on
there for 100 wagons loaded with Indian
jroods, 1,'JOU American horses, 1.000 I
rifles, 50D lund ot cows, 2.000 he id of
heep. 1,00 head of hogs, fiOO roosters,
1,000 chickens, 200 colored men to raise
Judge Muir of the Court of Common
Pleas, ul Louisville, has refused a writ
of habeas corpus to John Chf'.on (color
en) and Molly, his wife (white), who havo
been arrested at Louisviliu fir amalga
mation. It will bo remembered that tlio
parties were married at Xeuia, Ohio,
In llelgiiim mid Holland, linen is pre
pared beautifully, because the washer
women use refined borax, instead ot
soda, as a washing powder. Ono large
handful of borax is used to uvorv leu
gallons of boiling water, and the saving
in soap iii miid lo bit one-half For la
ces mil cambric an extra quantity is
used ISornx does not injure tho linen,
and it sofiens thu hardest water. A tea.
spoonful of borax added to an ordinary
sized kettle oi hard wat.er, in whiuh it is
allowed to boil, will oflootuully sulteulhu
French noldiers are Jesertinat Maxi
milian, Seventeen havo arrived at Mo
bile with ooDsiderublo money.'
The emigration of squirrels westward.,
wlllcn was imucco. an oyur lliuommw
Michigan a short time ago, is now being
followed by a migration of bears. The
same reasou accounts for boih j a scar
city of mast, as both of these animals
depend alike on nuts, eto , for food.
Twenty thousand ounces ot gold, valu
ed nt l?'itJO,000, wei o deposited in the
branch mint at San Francisco on the
10th nil., tiio largest amount ever re
ceived in a single day.
A young rope walker named Joseph
Gorman fell from his rope in Ooruiuu.
Mich . on the lStli. sustaining fatal in-
An Italian has been niMcstod at New
Orleansjfor poisoning a family of four
persons with a veil mious ring, a scratch
from which caused death
Winter has oninmetiood early down
South. Snow fell in Western Virginia
Moines, ti raises Ki.OOO.OlW bushels
of wheal this crop.
The Commissioners ot Emigration, in
their official report tor the mouth of Sep
tember, shows that 1 f.Holi emigrants
arrived at New York during that lime.
yUU CAN SAVJ5 MONEY
BUYING YOUR BOOT AMI) SHOES
H A LST ED'S!!
WAYNESIIUHQ SHOE STOKE.
NEXT FARMERS' AND DltOVEKS'
NEW YORK MONEY MARK KT.
Oct. U. Uold closed quietly atM'Jj.
I'llllHrXTKll WI1KKI.Y 11V .1. UCIIIIII.
Butter, fiesli roll
Collce per Hi
Corn per lmsliel
(.'"in meal per bushel
(V.tintry Soap per lb
Ciinilles, moiilil per lb
Caudles, dipped " "
Cheese per Hi
Drieil reaches per H
Kgns pi r dozen
Flour per Mil
F'nx seed per bushel
Fealhers per III
I.nrd per III
15. W. Flour per II)
Oats per liu-hel
Rye per lmsliel
Tiuiolliy seed per lmsliel
Kiee per Mi
Sugar, crushed per Hi
S-ig.ir. refined " "
Sugar, New Orleans, (i His..
l'.'li. Sugar, lb
Syrup, pur gallon
Salt, No. l' per lilil
rt.ift Soap per gallon
Tar per gallon
Tea per Hi
Turpentine per gallon
Tallow per Hi
Wheat per lmsliel
While Lend peruej;
White liiniu perlinsiiel ,
Wo-1 coniiiinn to tine
I'otatoes per bushel ;
.. .."."I to 1 20
..Hsu to 1 uu
. 4 to " no
.75 to l uo
niTSIH'Kli (JK.VDKAh .UAKKKT .
l'lrisiiumiii, OeLolier H, I Willi.
CHAIN Wheal at i V, .' .r,o
Corn at une.H'-'e,
l!yu at i .uo.
Hack wheat dull.
VLOUIl Spring Wheat tit t3,5ncl2,8n.
Winter " al .$i3,.ti:t.,J:
ltyc at .. iJ(l,."ii!(.sii,T.V
HAY Bahal at sI-L'L'.nii V ton.
Loose ul s.uiif,(.i.-,.oo.
EOG.S Sales nt l'7i".'He.
CilEUiE Western lteservo lit 17k IS.
Hamliiirj ul lUeiin.
Ni:w York Goshen at
BUTTEU I'liine Koll at
Bai.timouk t'.iiri.K M.Miui:r. Bm.ii.moki:,
Oet. -till. Heel' Cuttle. The ulleliugs ilur
iu;t the past week were VIM head aaiost V.Wl
heau'pi'esiima week, filers today landed as
follows: Inferior cattle iji.",oii.il,(i, common
.yil,(i(io(il.'.'."i; yood S;i7,7a lo s,,nii, and primu
per loo His, with u lew at a shade lielti.T
pi ices. The market cl.ised Very dull, wila a
deelinlii.i; ten 'eney. Sheep There was a
lar;;e supply of Ihin rti.eep on bale lo fanners
this week, which solo til 2, "." lo ijja per head;
sales were ma c at, .IJ to 6 ets per lb jj:ess,
for fair to Btioil fat sheep. Hops Thu sup
ply has lieen fair and prices, linn thH week;
sales at $1 lia'l.'i per loo lts licit.
New YoitK Duv Ooons jr.KKUT. New
Yoitu (Mutter U. Brown Sheelhifis-At-lanlic
A, '.':'li'i Amoskemj A 2Hoi fepnerell
It '-'He; 1'efiperell () 'Jnli'; feiperell N IHc.
Ble.ielicd Slu-etliiir New York Mills. 4.1c;
Bay Mills :i:,c, lllaekslone, '.'.-,(; Hope, Stic,
flints MeiTlmac W.ata'J'.'cjMerrimnc) I). Sill";
Hamilton, P.i'.c; Am ilean, is.le; Waiiri'sany
I He, Brown Drills fepnerell,"'jrir: Wluthrop,
llle. I'orset .leans Kates. i;le; Naumkeag,
Sllej Washlnloii salteen, L'.'ic.
Sr. Loi:tn M auk nr. fr. Lons, Oelo'ier
0. Vlour steady anil uiicliani:eil. When! !!
ale lower. Corn drooplm:, Oats deillned to
4 "nil Hp. fork heavy. Baenn lowre i eleni'
sides, '.'Uc shnulili is Uljo. Whisky unclnin
cd. Ciiicaciii, Oetolier d. Vlottr qnlet and de
clined I :ti I ."!. Wheat declined '.'mile, sales
nt ijjr.MWii'.'. to lor No. I, nnd iJl.Tiial,!1!! for
Nn. 'J. Corn (pilet and declined In. sales il'Ja
i::U for No- I. and III .1, aiw for No. '1. Oats
firm and held at !17 for No. I, and :t:l. to
lor No. 2. 'Mess fork, s&;l2,uo to !!., 'J.l.
J.E7i' I'EUI'IME I'OU THU llAVUKiiiTtlilTF.
Ptinlon'a ".'VlKtil Itloonitim Cirfiin."
I'hnlon'a "MkIU ISIoouiinu eii ii.
riinlnu'a "MkIiI Hliiomlli( t'irciiK."
I'bolnu'a ".M(tl Itlooiulnji t'eniin."
riinlon's ".Mali ICIonmliiK Chum."
A mint oqnltio. ili lli'iitn, mill I'mnmnt fprfiimc,
iHml li'il from llm fa "ul1 beuulll'ul llnwor from
iv lilch It tuliuii In UIIIIIO,
Miunifucliin il only by
l"IIAI.OrV tc M., New York.
ur.WAitn of cousTKUi'Ki'ra.
AHK l'Olt l'IIALON'S-TAKB NO OTIll'.K.
Jya.",' (l.-lyoow. .
1 Ol' AN INVALID,
fulillshed for ' he benollt and as a CAUTION
TO YOUNU MEN nnfl others, who sillier
from Nervous Debllltv, f reinutitru Denny of
Mimhnnd, &o siipplylni? at the Biimu tlmo
Tiik Hkm or aia.r-OutiB. By ono who has
cured liluiBelf after undurnoliiir consldorabh'
(liiackery. By enclosing a pntnuld tuldressHil
euvelono, ulimle copies, free ot chargo, may
bu hud of llin author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
May2'86.-ly Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y.
PlIItE DRUGS, MEDICINES,
OILS. PAINTS AND DYE-STUFFS,
TOILET AnriCtES ASO FANCY SOAJ'S.
LAUGE STOCK ON HAND A
NEW SUPPLY EVEUY WEEK !
mum a 'Uuuff
0UII GOODS HAVE BEEN BOUU IT
tur cash, selected with care, and will lie
warranted as represent ;d, uud sold at the
very lowest cash prices !
ALL TIIK POPULAR PATENT
MKDIOINES SOLD. AND MOST
WINES, BRAHDIES, CiN
ALL AT SHOUT PKOFIIS-
Call and see our stock before purchasim:
elsewhere. Thankful lor tlio very extensive
patronage already li.stowed, we hope lu merit
a contimiaiiee ot'llie same
1)l'KNETT SCoeoaine, (Veole Hair Oloss,
) Niuht-Bloimihm (Vrcus at UKAOEN'S.
1)I!AI)EN still sells live Foilt.'s Cattle Pow
) ders lor (iii! dollar.
l.lVKIioxes M'liiine's Fills lor ono dollar,
V ni 1!H A DUN'S Cheim 1 ritr Store.
1 1 MIMKitS Imviini lame sheep, come mid
V iri-t meilieineto cure llieui at BKADEN S
Drill? Store, Wayiieslinri?. aug bli-iy
wmsxEasV WUISKEP.S i
T)r. L. O. MosTnz' CarroHtt, thu K'eatest
stimulator in the world, will loree whiKers or
,,i,wtii.iua to L'mw on inn smoothest laee or
,.i,i , iinvcr known to all ! sain nil lor trial
nt iVi'p to inv one ih'siroiis of testing Us
.lirrils. Address, HEliVbs B W-, i was
sail St. N Y. jy ".-
IIVVIUTUUOFA WHIT OF YENDITI-
li oni ftxiMNAs. issued out of thu Court ol
Comnuin l'lcas of of Cireene couiitv, and tome
ilinwted. thi'l''i will lie exposed to pulilic sale
t tin, Ceiirt House. In Wavncstiiui?, on Satur-
dav. ltd dav of November next; al I o'clock.
l "M . Hie following nrolii-rtv, viz:
All ilmriirht. til'e. iiuerst and claim of do
renileiit of.' in and to a certain tract of lam
kittiatu in SpiiaijhiU township, containing
s 'veuleen tier s. more or les, ndj lining lands
of William Bissett, John Uenilersoa aiM
o hcrs. of whieh there are aliout ID acres
cleared, and erected tlwruon oac c.vbiu hous.
'I'aUeiiin execution as the property of O. II
Bissclt at the suit of Frank ISanrer.
HEATH JOHN:. ShenlT.
Sep'. 21. 'leV-lt. '
A DM I N I STH AT JUS N Oil CH.
Letters of Administration upon the Estate
of HASTEN 0 lEDISTKH. late of t'eiitru tp.
GiccneCo. ilec'd., haviuir lieen granted (olhe
utidrrs L'lied liv thu Bemsler ot drecneto
nil persons knowini? themselves Indebted to
said Estate me renuested lo pay the same and
those liavlni! ciahns against said Estate too
roipiesh'd lo'preseut them duly autheulieatcd
ATKINSON CHEDISTEH. Adm'r.
P.M. GRIMES cUO.
LATEST ARRIVAL !
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
BOfGHT BKVOKK TUB ADVANCE IN
Pf.ICKS, TO SUIT BVEItYBODY.
IDTST GZr O O CI S3
mHKaliove firm, loeated nt Whito Coltaire,
I liiTctie ciainty, ra , iiikc picasuiu 111
iiouiiein.e; to thi-lr lriend" mid the puiilin tiiat
IheV Imvu nnd.are leceivine; from the eastern
cities a l.vrjio stocK of staple mid l.iney, lor
d..ii and donicstie DHY GOODS AND NO
TION'S. This stock consists ol l iilteoes. De
laines, Cas-lmcies, Tweeds, llandkcrchicls,
Laces, II opS.drts, Tickings, Linens, lileach
ed ami Brown Muslins, Gloves and Hosiery,
Onls" Cravats mid Ties, Collars, Jacouetls
uml Can lines, Lathes Drets Gonils,
Ready Made Clothing,
Boots, Sl'O' S. Groceries. Hardware, Queens
ware, Dye Slull's, iVc, ike.
All of which they will sell as low ns possi
ble to cash buyers or lor country produce, at
such rates ns will enable them to make a liv-
flcaof re nein'ier t!m Is Hid old Itrm 01 r.
M. GIHMKS. They have ait a new bouse,
new firm, and the bef.l of all suw noons.
Sept. 11), I.SilH.-tl,
PHOXOailAPin AND AH3R0IYPES
MA lll-l IX
CAR.MiCll.HLSi GREENE COUNTY, PA.
SO. Roiimis is pi'rin.ineiillv located in tho
,w . above named place nnil would resp-clfal-ly
invite the intention of the public, to his iVtll
ill mused Kit vi.nm t' 0M.1.KUY.
Pholoexiphs of every varr'ty. si..) nun
style, and a linn u'Hirtinaiil ol Alliums,
r raaii"?, uims, ccc, unvays on wiimsim
551,SOO Ptfl YEAR I Wo
want au'ents every where to sell our nti'iiovim
AJO SewiiiL' Machines. Three new kinds.
Under ami upper 'teed. Warranted live
Abnvn. salary or larire commissions
paid. Tlie only Machines sold iu Hie Imlted
States for less than iJKI, which are hilly lieeus
ed by Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, G rover
Rilier. Singer & Co., ami Bacheldcr. AU
other chcup inaelilnes are Infrltih'enients nnd
the seller or user are liable to arrest, tine and
linprlssonnient. Circulars free. Address or
csll upon Slmw & Clark, BiiUclord, Mains or
I'hlcnyn, 111. .
.Ian. 1 7-1 v.
jn. ivr. mayors,
ATTOBNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Will attend to all claims for hack pay, boun
ty and penslonsof soldiers anil their represuula
tlves Tlio Pensions ofthe following classaru
lneronsed Irom tS-S lo ifjl.t ami pur inontli,
ami w .lows for children under sixteen yours
2 per month each, vim , , , . .
1st. Those who havo lost tlio sight of both
eyes, tho usu of both hands, or otherwise total
ly disabled and Incapacitated from purlonulng
manual labor. ... , ,
2d- All widows lmvlmr children under six
teen years of ago are entitled to a por month
additional for each child.
ad, Guardians representing tho minor clnl
drm of loldlurs are entitled to tho same Inuoaso
as if the mother was living. aug- 1,'00-tr
GREESB1CKS AT I ?MWf.
N. CLA.11K & SON'
AUK NOT TAKING GOLD FOIl
Mi'oca!)ai'Sii and rnn'n.
WILL BUY ANY AltTK'LE OF CLOTH-
lii? oMtents Varnishing Ooods you may liud
la their new tresli una well suecieu kiock jusi
bought hi tho
And which, for variety mid cheapness, the
lik'i has not been seen or heard of for more
We will nnlv uivo a few of tlieleuiliii'' articles
willi prices and ask you, one andall, tocome
and see lor yourselves, mid we will prove
more than we say. n c navo
From in to 2.T dollars, liushies? mats from I
to in dnllars, imd lor " dollars will sell you u
nut wo will Insure
Pat.ts from 1 7" to 10 dollars, will sell ALL
WOOL pants and vest for 8.00 ilollars, these
we will ituantntee j vests irom i no lo 4 uo
do lars, A complete assortment of
3rX Site dE3 On 2? 3
For -Men and Bovs, price ranging from 7.V cts.
to n on dollars.
Drawers. Linen, Muslin and Drillim:,
sjhiits, wool, mttsliti mid linen,
tilovcs, I les, eve.. tVe
in endless variety. Suspenders from els.
to 7"i. Ties for I " ami 75 cents, and a spleii
did cotton hnse for I'ji cents.
Nearly onnosite Cunilihell's corner, Main
Street. May t'!. Iv
3. B. M. K1.110V. ,
.vs. Dii Ksox. J. T. Siiasi:
AT Wlltll.l'.SAl.H I
s : r t jc .1 it ; n 1 8 c c
3-1 FIFTH STREET. PITTSBURGH, PA
Present their FALLSTOCIC now complu'c
and invile the attention of dealers to heir
carelully selected assortment of
ffl T 1 Iff S
OFFERED AT POPULAR PftlCES.
The freqiicn: llueluaiions in value of all des
ctiptions of Mereh imlis'i. renders it a matter of
especial propriety that puiel ascs should be
frequent and therefore the nearest markcl be
eolil.'S the one best adapted to siinplying retail
dea'ers with e;oods they sell. Purchasers from
Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and
Western Vlr-jinia are invited to visit PitN
bursb and inspect this Sl'iR:lv OK GOODS
which will be kept full diirini; the seeson.
TERMS, net cash, uud prices reasonable.
r mnir cmv . f, fin
31 Wood Stic.t,
September u, 'liii-ilm'
v us: b: i i:
mots i: ,
Jefferson, (irccne t'oiinfy, rcnn'ii.
Mllii. H. J. liUMClAllSMl, rromctress.
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP THIS
well known establishment, .Mrs. Bum
oaiinhii is prepared to furni-h tin i fcet, to the
travelling public. Tnu TABLE always sup
plied willi the choicest delicacies, th.i UAH
with the llnest Wines and Liquors, good sleep
ing apartments, and an abundance of sluble
mum attached to the premises. Public
patronage solicited May L'ilOII -ly.
THU Ol.l) NMH llt'T IN NKW HANDS.
Ti . V . T II O M P S O N ,
I T A VINO purchased the above named G ro
ll, eery, has relived and restocked it He
has a cotiipleto stock ot Confectionery, oranges,
Lemons, Sugar, Cotl'ee, Tea, (green and
black). Hvrun. Molnsses. dinned fruit cheese.
rice, soiUash, white lime, soft soap (country (
made; canities, crackers ol all kinds, cigars,
toliarcn. (chmvlng mid smoking) tlsli, lamps,
ul', small fancy arlicles. &c, &c, Any one
ieedilig the articles mentioned or anything m
the lino not mentioned will do weilto call.
Produce taken lu trado. ltemember tho place
fhu "Farmers' Grocery," formerly owned by
P, Brown. Mav ll, 'mi
TS HERKUY GIVEN TIIAT API'LICA
I lion will be made at thu next tjcsslon ol
the Pennsylvania Legislature, by the Odd
Fu lows Assoclatlo i, at Wiiynesburg, Oreenu
e mtity, Pa., to change tho nanio of tho Biuno
to tlio ExeiiANwn Bask of IVAVScsnmm.
Also, to uuthorizj said bank to Issue Block In
share! of titty dollars ouch, tho whole not to
exceed one huudred thoimtfd do'Urs.
JOS. F. RANDOLPH,
$90 A MOWTH !-Ao n.s
Wailed fur six elilirelv lleW arlicles, JllSt out.
addivi aO. T. GABBY, City Bulldhif, Bldde
rord, Uno. - iauir,'ii.-ly.
L Horse and livo Sinck Insuranoe Company,
thutered by thu btuto of fcuusylvuniu.
CAPITAL - - - $100,000.
Ilorsi s, Mules and Cattle against losses result
ing from Theft and Death, hy tiro, accident or
natural causa. Principal ollleu, IO South
111! Street, fhiladelplda.
President, Col. C'HAIfLES V BALKY',
Vico-Presedent, I). L 12s mar, do do
Bec'y. Uu. B. Bccuiiii, fliil'n
General Aaent, P. Haifa, do
Ilvltercucc by Pci'miMMio.t.
To lion. Simon Cameron, llarrishtir Pcnn'u.
Bvrd f atlon. K., f ollsville, fa.
Oeu. Jos. KtUchter, Hardivaro Merchant,
Beni iiuln Havwood, Kaq., Bulling Mills,
Pottsv'illc, fa.. "
Dr, Joliu (iloniuj'pr, Preslilint Lebanon
L,. Whitney Biker, fettsville, fa., mid
others. Sue circular. Bcusons why you should
insure iu this Company : Our rates nru lower
In proportion to any other reliatile Insurance
Company. While (hey only insure iicahist
l'"ire we insure ugaliist all risks, Thctt, and
Det.th hy lire, ticcident or disease. For fur
ther information we refer you to our local
ne,cut, N. II. MeCLBLLAND, Wuyncsliiirg,
jenl tor Orectio cininty. uwi'M tf.
AYKKS UATHAUTKJ PILLS
i RE the most perfect purgative whMi we
V are able to produce or which wo think has
ever vet been inane by anybody. their et
leets have lieen aliiui-
dautly hIiowii to the
c.itniniinity how much
they excel tho ordi
nary medicines iu use.
They are safe and
pleasant to lake, bi t
powetlul to curn
T'licii pene t r a tin a
tho vital aclivi'ies 01 tlu body, removing the
obstruclions of its organs, purity thu blond.
vnel d sease. T'.iev liurc mil lli'J loin nu-
niors which breed uud grow distemper, Btiui
uluteshifl.nish or disordered organs Into their
alttral action, and imparl a neaiiny lone
with strength to the whole system. Not only
do they cure tlu cverv-Uay complaints 01
vervbody. but also tnrundalile una danger
ous diseases. Wluiu they produce powertul
eilerts, tin y are at tlio same tune. In Uiuiuusu
ed doses, the safest and best physic that can
be employed lorcliililren. lieing suar-coai-ed,
they are pleasant lo take ; and. being
purely vegetable, are freu, from any risk o
harm. Cures have been made whieh surpass
belief, were they not substantiated by men
it such exalted position and character its lo
forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many emin
ent clergymen and physicians have lent their
names tocertily to the piumc mo renatnuty oi
our remedies, while others have sent us the
assurance ol' their conviction that, our P repa
rations contribute immensely to the relict of
our aniieled, siill'ering fellow men.
Tnu Aireuts below n mien is pieaseu 10
furnUh gratis our American Almanac, con
taining directions for the use mid certificates
of their cures, of the tiSllowing complaints s
Coslh-eness. Bilious Complaints, Khctima-
tism, Dropsy, Heartburn. Headache, arising
i-.iin h'nii stnniaei. iviusen. liiiiiiresuou,
Morbid Iiiacl inn ol I he Bowels and ram
aiising Ihercl'roin, l'latuleney, Boss ol An
petite, all Diseases which require an evacua
tion memciuo. rney atso, uv puinviii me
blood and st'niuilatiui; the system, cure many
oi mil ihdnu which it" would not bo supposed
ihev could teach, such as Deafness, Partial
Blindness, Neuralgia ami Nervous irruannuy,
Dci-anircinenta of tlio Liver and Kidneys,
Gout, and o'hej U'mdred cnniplaints arising
fin m a low state of the body, or obstruction
Do not be put i lf by unprincipled dealers
willi other iiren.w.vliims which tliey make
more profit on. Demand Avku's and take no
others. The sick wi.nt the lu'St aid there
in Till' them, mid they should have it.
l'renared bv .1. C. AY Elt & CO., Lowell,
Ma.. and siild bv Dr. D. W. Braden, Br
Win. L. tJreigli. M. Harvey, Wiiynesburg,
l'a., am? arl)rugg.it.s throughout the county
iiugH, 2 in
1) O. SPKBHY, PitofitiKToit,
WAYNKSBUaO, GREENIS CO., PA
flMIE subscriber respect fully announces to
L the public that tin has taken charge ol the
Hamilton J louse. Whleli lie is ilelernuneu ID
conduct as ti Hist clnss hotel. Lone; experi
ence iu liolel-k cpinj; h is qualilieil him for
ti o business and he feels perfectly ennlidciit
that he can satisfactorily entertain all who
mav tavor him with a call, Tim liousu is
large and well-furnished, It bus undergone a
thorough renovation and been relitlcd in such
style ns renders it quite pleasant. The rooms
have bceiire-p.iiered and newly painted ; llle
table is abundantly supplied with the best rill
bles the couutiy all" nils, and pains are takcu
to render guests eoniforUiblc Bates as low
as those of other hotels. D. G. Si'Luhv,
Tlici'i' iseoiineeted with the Hamtllon Ilnttse
a l.ivery Maine, wuu gouu nurses. iMitiages
and buggies lor the uccumoda'imi ol the pub
lie, Horses boarded, and well attended to, tit
moderate rales. D. G. Si',.iu:v & ijos.
KSobi'i't i oiiiifa'dj,
1 i'.SPF.CTFULLY gives notice that he has
li located iu Wiiynesburg, Pa., where he in
tends to manufacture
O A It It I A O K S
Of every description. From his cNperieneeiu
(lie business, he feels conlldeut that his work,
iu style, finish and durability, will give entire
fa'isi'action. It is his determination to purchase
.he best matori.ll in market, and employ none
but competent workmen.
C3All new work warrented for one year.
Wavucshurg, Feb. HI, I8tit 1 1
L. IIAMH.TOK. 1'' JONKb.
IlA,TIlIiT?. & jO.'IS
MANUFACTL'REB? OF STONEWAUE
t nil vai idles and pat terns. The above
lirni liavu recently established a iiiiumfactury
of Ilie kind named iu
GREENSI30RO, GREENE CO , PA ,
and are prepared to turn out everything In
their lino, such us Churns, Pitchers, Jara for
preserving fruit. &c &c. A supply kept con
stantly on hand. The public, uud country
merchants particularly, are earnestly request
ed to call and examine their stock before
Orders liom a distance will reelevo prompt
JUST OPENED BY
Tlx os. TZmzXloy
I)OSlTTVELY the most complete Hotel In
ourtaWn, Everylhlna combined to fur
nish tlio best accommodation ever yet offered
to tho public,
Meals furnished at all hours, table provid
ed w ith tho best of the season, Also, a line
im c.rtmm mluon lilted up and nt' ached to the
house, mid a iiaii unrivalled for the variety
and quality of Us contents Choice wines and
brandies, good whiskey, ale, line cigars, &o.,
limn n few among tho prominent Items.
Travellers and those 'desirous of refreshment
will do well to call, "Tom" slid retains his old
reputation ot nn iiceiimmnilatlng gentleman,
and hospitable landlord. House, the nut, for,
nierly occupied bv tlio "Messenger" Olllco.
L. K. KVANII
GO HIGHT IN!
TO THE BTOIIE Of
CEO. E. MINOR &
THE above namod firm has purchase! a
.1 complete stock In the Bust and are soiling
at reduced prices, It comprises a general as
DBY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE
QUEENSWARE, BOOTS, 8HOE9,
IIAT3 AND CAPS, CLOTHS,
4sc, i&c, o-
We would also call tho special attention
the LADIES to thu largest lot of
DcLaiucs and Calicoes '
ever offered In this market, and at prices as
low as bclore thu war, also, our full line or
OALMO. SKIRTS, &a.
You would (lo well to call immediately, as
ices are already stiilcnlng in the Eastern
market, Don't forget the place, at tho
In Minor's Building, nearly opposite tho F.
& D. N. Bank, Wayncsburg, Pa.
April is, 'lili-tl.
now ro AVOID TUE
COME TO TOWN, F0U
RINB1L1RT & INOURAH
HAS JUST BETUUNED FUOM THIS
city, uud have opened tho largest
in town. They des're to inlorm tnu citizens
of Wayncsburg and vicinity of tlio care they
have taken in selecting stock, having on band
a good supply of
GAliS, TAR, nlso, PROVISI
ONS. IIACON, DRIED BEEF
&a , &s , &o.
Call and seo them as they have Just
You will find them accomodating, and can
sell lower than any ono in tho place, Bo
sure to go to the right place, in
LEDWITH'S OLD BUILDING. '
opposite the Court Houso, and formerly oc
cupied by tho Post Olllce.
Nli 11UNDBED DOLLAUS PREMIUM
NIXON & BURCHINAL
SMITUKIKI.D, KAYKTTK CO, l'A. .
CANE MILLS AND COOK'S EVAP0BAT0U.
This Is the only successful Evaporator for
making a No. I Syrup with economy and dis
patch. Over ten thousand were used Inst fall, svory
oTio of which was insured, and not ono rslurn-
It Is tlio only Evuporator free from liabilities
lor ItUlUigeineni upon boiiiu ihuyujuo uium,
We m e also agents for the celebrated "VIC
TOR CASE MILL,"manuliielured by clabk's ,
soiioo MAciiisn co. We olfer One Hundred,
Dollars Premium for sample ot best Syrup,
(see piieo listof (Jane Mills and Evaporators,
sent free of charge,) to be awarded by Sorgh
um Convention, the lime and place to exam
ine samples to bo determined by the O inven
tion. U. OWBNS. Agent.
Aim PROPKIETOROF THE
WHEUB ho keeps constantly on hand,
STOVES of all kinds and CASTINGS
or all descriptions. Orders solicited aad lil
upr '.' urn WAYNKfliumn, Pa,
NEW JPIEM !
i 1IIE UNDERSIGNED havo associated thorn-
1 selves together lu tho name and stylo of
HUGHES AND LIIOAS,
at tho old stand of IIooiim, BavahuA Co.. In
Bice! Landing, Pa for the purpose of carrying
on the Grocery, Forwarding and Commission
business in nil its various branches, They hope,
by tho long experience of one ot the Partners, '
and strict attention to business, to rocolvo a
liberal sharo of tlio public patronago lu their
lino of business. They will
KEEP CONSTAN TLY ON HAND
a good supply of Grocorles. suoh ns Sugar'
Coil'ee, Hlco, Molasses, Nulls and Iron, Oils
and Paints, and all article! usually kept In a
Grocery Store, all of which they will loll at
fery iiuall advance over cost nnil cnrrlago,
May 3, 'iM-tf
Fo A YE AB made by any ono with
$g,UUv fin-Rtcncll Tooli. Noexporl
encu necessary, The Presidents, Cashiers,
and Trcusttrcrsnf8 Banks Indorso the circular,
Sent IVeu with samples. Address tho Ameri
can Stencil Tool Works, bpilngflyld, Ver