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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1R(i7.
Hon. Uho. V. Lawui-nuu will accept
Our thanks for yaluaulo official docir
merits and other favors.
Wk print in ntiothor column llio proa-
, pootus ot the N. Y. Trt!itM for tho
now year. The bold eland lakon by
thin journal in the politics of tho day,
Its unparalleled (success nnd ability
loaves no room for oomment.
. Stewarts' Champion .Salve, Lini
rnent, and Horse Powdora for sale nt
tell the stores and U; no; Stores through
- but the Stato.
ihyIcUn'8 Piosclpttims cirefully coin
lounded at O. V. Huberts & Go's.
Wo aro happy in making the an
tiounuctiiotit to our pilrons and tho pub-
lio generally that we have been nblo to
bring about a oliatijjo in the Kki-lt.i.ican
office liigMy gratifying to ntiraclf and,
... wo think, beneficial to those above men
tioncd. For a number ot 'years past
this establishment luia been subject to
lhat greatest of all hinderanccs to prin
tors upborn oin. Xo state in detail
tho numerous inconveniences labored
under would lill a volume. What in:iy
liavo been tho trials tt our predecessors
we have no care to know. Speaking
'for ourself wo consider Job, that worthy
patriarch of old. a weak jsyiubcl of pa
Mcrteo in comparison. An obscurely
lighted room, dirt nml dint, tempera
ture suited for a barn, etc , etc , aro
ihardly congnuhl h r a pr'.nter.yel such is
tho exact condition of things to which
wo have been sul.jict lor t'io last njno
.months. Did tvo isb to '"cuss", any of
-our craft the most fearful anathema we
could pi'onouiioo would bo a life-long
consignment to the ground floor of
'Wilson's OH Building." The paper,
heretofore printed vitry pwrly, wo hope
to bring out in as good style as the con,
dition ot our typo will permit. We
have no excuses to cfljr other than
thoso stated for all our shortcomings.
Our present location is in Siyers'
Building immediately east and fronting
f'..,.t rr.;., r. i.. : . i 1
mw vyui u nnnu,i vnnH lUllllvllv MlUlll.lUll
by E. M. Siyor.4 where we are prepared '
to attend to the wants of all who may
have any business with us.
Palais of all kin Is dry an I In oil for sale ut
O. W. Roberts Ss CVs. D.ug Stoie.
. Tub "robe that Winter throws so
' .kindly ovor Nature" yet swathes tho
meadows and llio hills. Nor liavo w e
nnj desire thai they should bo disrobed
of future plenty and present i
,omf,rt. 'llnsilo and activity I
cheer and coi
are ttt all times preferable even in village
'life. Sleighing and skating afforded
splendid fun tor tho holidays. Tho
.continuance otold weather is something
unusual with us but none the lessdesir-
'Tliomifiw! th univv! ilunk O.nl fur t!u HII3W !
A robii of wliltu tu tin lU'lth bcl.r.v, '
A shlnlil a'u:u froat In tin) grainy iilaln,
Alilusalns to niirlli.u Monstiig toiuni."
A. large mi I wull sol-j3to.l it 13k of Dry) at
G. tY. Robortnfc Co's. Drug Slow.
A well executed Sa counterfeit groon
)aok has just undo its nppcaranoo I
3a one of the best yet put in circulation,
and is dated Ma cli 10, 1862. In the
counterfoil tho' largo fiiiro 5 in the
center tonohos tho shading of the 'Unit
d States,' in the guninno it does not.
"This is tlio only discrepancy by which
Aho spurious note can bo detected.
If you want a Lamp Chimney for S cr.its gn
to G. W. Roberts & Co's. Drug Store.
DUFF'S COLLEGE CIRCULAR FOlt ISG7,
Has just been issued by the Principals
of this widely known and f avori'e Pitts
burgh establishment. The publication
is in the quarto form, mid contains some
new and interostyjg mnttur relativo to
the oourso of business oducation, so long
and so successfully taught in tho institu
tion. Among" olhor things we notice a
1eauliml "electrotype engraving of Win.
II. Duff's han J writing, in an elegant
sefrof oapitals, nnd an original and ntii
mated design of Pen Flourishing, which
every one desirous ot becoming a master
petflnan, will ' prizo as .a gem of the
Mailed free by P. Doit, & Son.
Tittsbitrgh, Pa. '
CiiitisTMis passed off pleasantly and merrily
enough If wo aro to Judge by external bIiis.
The "little folks" seemed to onjoy It hugely,
'burning the usual quantity of powder and
squibs. Beyond a 1 'hop" or two nothing dls
. turbed the social equilibrium, . Christmas din
ners were numerous, and many a fat turkey
was Immolatod on "the altar of domestic fe
licity." A few would get tho liolidays tungl
edln their legs resulting, however, in no
- rude or rowdylth conduct. . Our dealers In
.toys, candlos, &o., did a thriving business,
And consequently wore smiling countenances,
Bodoubt wishing that Christmas would como
once evory month Instead of once a year.
. m r m
Taney Soaps and Perfumery in great varie
ty at a W. Roborts & Co's. Drug Store.
Ir Is bat tittle known among ourcltlzons tliat
pwJ0' Is In embryo with the town council for
lighting our street with Ismps. ,Wo under
stand that the contract has boon taken and
that already material, etc., purchased look to
ward the perfection of the soheme. Certainly
bo one has any objection, And the sooner thoy
0bed light on the subject tho better. .
Wanted A Tiiohouoiikaiib. Tho liver
clnsod, our moans of access to tlie aity is cut
off. Brownsville, Washington and Union-
town are the nearest prints of outstdo com
munication. Tlieso aro reached by tho old
fashioned staging process with much loss and
Inconvenience thereby. It makes tluin dull to
be thus Isolated commercially and socially.
i no. oiiuy mall, via. Washington, and the
telegraph, alleviates thu dellcloncy somewhat,
but still the want of an outlet Is seriously felt.
Slackwater navigation to within fifteen miles
of tho county soat Is poor at tho host, Tho
great noed is tlie speedier mo.lo of transit a
railroad. Whothur It bo tho extension ol tho
Monoiigahelrt valley road from M'Keosrnrt
via. Urownsvlllu ami WaynoslMM to Cam
eron, or tho completion of tho Clmrtlors Val
ley road to. Washington, will) (he "possibility
M'it reaching usih hint, olther would bo prof-
eratilo to tho prosont stato of things. Wo
liavo been laggard long enough and for many
reasons known to all, it behoovos our leading
buslnoss men and repiosonlativea to movo at
can in tho matter.
All tho popular Patent Medicines for
atO. W. Roller's & (Vs. Druir Store.
' - .
E. M. S.vi:us, Attorney at Law, may bo
consulted by his clients nt tho ollleo of Wm.
E. Gapcn, K., one door East of P. Urown's
store, where In lias removed. Real Estate
and Properly holders rend tho advertisement
of tho North American Inwnnco Company.
Tun extreme heat of Ihj past summer
causes ice to be regarded moro than ever as a
luxury and also a necessity. Ieo-houses nro
being rapidly refilled nt present, tho ico be
ing In excelle nt condition and of a quality and
thickness most satisfactory.
If you want Lamp Oil that will not explodo
go to 0. W. Roberls &, Co's. Drug Store.
Notk tho salo of a hotel in Rice's Landing,
on the 21th Inst.
A protracted meeting is being hold at tho
M. P Church in town. The ministers are
laboring with carne.it Rial, and we hope, with
, . v i
do to 0. W. Roberts & Co's. Drug Store
for pure Flaxseed Oil.
Tho llarrislmrir Tdaranh announces
tho appointments (,f General Ueary to
fill tho olliees of Attorney General mid
Secretary of Stato Tho lion. Benjamin
Harris Browster, of riiiladelphia, has
been appointed Attorney General. Mr.
Brewster is well and favorable Imowii
as one ot the best lawyers in the'State,
and his appointment will give satisl'iy.
lion to all, who desiro the ill) ins of lhat
cllieo administered impartially and hoii-
osny. ins high character and legal
ability are appreciated by all tho memo
i. c .i... ui.. i .i.i.i. i
hum in UIU 1 OlliillOi pil 1,1 li.'ll', .IS WCil nS
tllu pi'ofessiou of tho State, and
ivi; Lun-iiiiumu) uovernor ueary upon
the admirable selection he has made in
lint appointment ot his legal adviser.
Colonel Frank Jordan has been appoint
ed .Secretary of State. .Mr. Jordan ro
sides i it Bedford county, which district
in represented in the tfetiato a number
of years since. At the br inking out of
the rebellion ho was appointed paymas
ter in the army by (ieiier d C.uiieioil,
men Secretary ot War, the duties ot
wlllu!l ,u) discharged t aiihfiilly to tho
!' ')'' After tho
u,oso W!U" ',0 resianed that pp;-ii
tion, and during tho latu oampatrrn was
the ellicient Chairman, of the Stato Cen
tral Commitioe. Hon John A. llnis
tand, of llio Laii'.aster Katminer, has
been tendered tho position -of Deputy
oecrciary (line uoinilionweallll.
Tho' inauguration of Gjvernor Gea
ry, and tho election of United States
Senator, will both take place on llio
lolliinst. Oa that day, lli.it being tho
(bird Tuesday in January after tho
Gubernatorial election, Governor Geary,
tho Governor elect, will bo inaugurated;
and on tho samo day, that being tho
secjiid Tues lay after tho meeting, aj;
co''d'mg to tlie act of Congress of July
23. 18C0, each House will volo for n
caiiilidato for United Slate Senator.
At 12 o'clock tho following day, tho two
Houses will meet in joint convention to
completo tho election.
Is ins iiHfonr upon tho condition of
South Carolina, General Sickles nlatcs
that in one case, whero a treedman wns
murdered, tho two mn who killed him
8atupon tho coroner's jury, and uniled
ir. tho verdict that ''the deceaso'J canto
to his death by causes unknown-' Tbero
is a sort of savage humor in this, which
amuses while it makes us shndJor;
When a criminal puts on tho robe of
justice, and in bur name decides against
his victim, surely impudouoo can go no
At the Parsonage by ev II. O
Rosborough, Mr. Andiikw Conn, of
Greensboro, Pa., and Miss Maiiy Siiuiw,
of Springhill Furnace, Pa.
Deo. 25th, 18GG, At tho residence of
the bride's father by tho samo, Mr.
Samuici. K. IUt.t. of Springhill tp, Fay
ette Co. Pa. and Mi s Annik M., youu
trost daughter ot Samuel Minor.lflsq.,
of Monoiigaliela tp., Groeno Co. i'u.
Deo 19, 1800, by Hov. J. S. Gibson,
Mr. Ai.kx 8. Bl'hson, to Miss Maiiy A
Giikkni.kk, both ot Greene Co., Pa
By tho samo, Doe. 20th, Mr. Joski-m
Bowun, to Miss Maiiy A, Fisniiit, both
of Greene Co ,Pa.
Jan. 1st. 1807, by Rev. O. W. Ma.
Wherter, at the residence of Mr. Amos
Tecgarden, Mr. Makcki.i.cs Stiioman,
and Miss Ki.iza B, Houn, both of Greene
CiUCAoo, January 8, 1800.
' Flock Stoady.
Cons Unsettled, and 2o1c bitfJior, a 80a82o
for No. 1.
Oats Firm nt 42ia48o. -
Live Hons Hauler, at $H 60a0 40. ' -,
Phovisions Firm and steady, at $18 60a
18 75 for moss pork.
i Ruoairw ?o,opo llvo, and 7,000 dressed
hogs. ' ,
COIIUKCTKU WliliKLY tit J. OUUIIill.
Rulter. fresh roll 80
Colleo per lb.-. i)i to 3."
Corn per bushel !
Cora meal per bushel 70
Country Soup per lt OH
Candles, mould per lb .' 25
Candles, dipped ' !!0
Cheese per lb
Uncil Peaches per lb 25
Kgns i r dozen so
Flour per bbl u oo
r lax seeil per bushel r
Feathers per lb fit)
Lard per lb in
It. W. Flour per lb . .'!
Molasses . 7,-, to 1 fio
Oats per bushel
nye per bushel
Timothy seed per bushel...
Rico per lb
Sugar, crushed per lb
Sugar, rcllned " "
,!10l) to a 25
Sugar, New Orleans, (j lbs.
P. II. Sugar, H lbs
Salt, No. I per bbl
Roll Son) per gallon
Tar per gallon
Tea per Hi
,2a 3 JO
Turpentine per gallon 2 00
Tallow per lb..
I to fl Oo
'.'l tO I Ot)
Wheat pur bushel ,
While Lead per keg
White Lime perbu'siiel..
Wo. 1 common pi Hue,..
Potatoes per bushel
turnips, per bush
1'IITSIiUHU GEXEK.U, JIAKKET
The Commercial ot'tho .oth inst says,
file week closes uiion a ouiet market.
there being but little activity to-day in
any branch of trade, excepting fl.lur, for
which staple theio continues consider--ablo
of n (lemnnd. This ' demand.
however, is mostly pb,i . i
, ' I , w
consumption. I he demand for other
auiciesis oi a very limited character,
and only to satisfy tho present wants of
customeiv. There is however, in most
brandies of trade, a good feeling prevail-
ing; nnd confidence in tho future ia
gaining ground, As to Iho timo when
trade will open, there is a diversity of i
homo do not look tor it before
hpriug. while others expect it m a tew
weeks. Merchants ety whero nro de -
plonng the necessity which compels tho
closing of Iron, Glass and other maim -
factoring establishments, and hope that
some arrang.mcnt will bo efleclcd' f r
their contwuing in operntiop. If tliev
, " 1 ,.
close, a good many merchants will also
close shop, which they will not have to
do if thb mills contiiiuo to run.
CHAIN W I cat at
FLOUR-Sprlng Wheat at
Winter " at
HAY Baled ut
Loose at :
Kr()4 Hnlra nt
CUIOKSK Western Reserve nt
New York Woshen as
P.UTTER Prime Roll ut
A'PI-IS. Per band nt
. $2 r,r ,! cm
. rjl 21WI -2o '
Sj:l.-.,00 V ton.
J 1 7.
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
Jan. 7 Cluhl uloscrt at i;;(J.
CONSTTHPTIOST CTOABLE BY
DR. SGHENCHS IIEDICINE3.
TO CLiKl! COMdJMlvriON, tho antom must be
. propartnl no tlttU thti Imi;ro will hoal. To acooiitpllnh
UiJ.tlio liror nnd etonift.'h nuLti llrjt ImnlcRnucd and
onapiio'ite croaloJ torKOod flliolononioiood, whlclu
by tlioe mailc'inoj will to dli eitoil proiwrly, and
good lic.i Hi lilcod iim:i(i( th;w ImildliiK up tho
oomtUutlon. KUUHNCK'J MANDHAKK 1MLLB
oloauBOtlioHtoinacliotall bllloiw or imtooun occmnu
latlonn; and, by atliiK Uio Sea Wood Tonlo In con
ned Ion. the nppotllo In rostorotl,
BOUKNCK'S rill.MONIC BYIUJt' !b nutrlcloiU
as well to medicinal, and, by uhIiik tho throo romcd'oj,
all linpiirll !oi aro expelled Irom tho syetcm, and
good, wholoHomo b!ooJ undo, which will ropol all
diicaw. II p'Ulo:ita will tu'tn tliniu niodlcinafftosortl
inn to diroctlou?t CjiiKunip'Jou vary trocniontly In
Its last aimo ylcldn readily tu lliulr action. Tako tho
pills (ro iuontly, to clciueo tho llvoratid etomaLh. It
docinot ibllow thai, bjca.uo tho bowoUaro not oc
tlve thoy are not ro luirod, for somotlnio In diarr
hoea thoy aro neevarjv Tlienloinach mivt bo kept
healthy, and au a?;utllo orcalolto allow tho Pul
monic Syrup to act on tho rcp'ii'atory organs proporly
and allay any IrrttaMou, Than all that is roqtilrol to
pnnorm a psrnmncnt euro Is, to provj:it taVIng
cold, Excrclso atout4ho roonia as much na pwlblo,
eat all tho richest food 'at meat, mine, and, In foot,
anything tho nppotito oravoa j hut bo particular and -cuwticuio
well, Und w. ex mo. 1 yr.
PURE DRIIOS, MEDICINES,
OILS, PAINTS AND DYE-STUFFS,
Porfume 2? sr,
TOILKT AUTICLKS ANU FANCY SOAPS.
A LARGE STOCK ON HAND A
NEW SUPPLY EVEUY WEEK 1
WILIL SKIT,, CHKJIP FOR
OUR OOOD3 HAVE RKION ROUOUT
tor cash, selected with care, and will ho
warranted as represented, und sold ut the
very lowest cash prices I
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT
.MEDICINES SOLD, AND MOST
OF THE M AT OLD I'KICES.
WINES, BRANDIES GIN,
' VAUNISIIE5, &c,
t ALL AT SHOBT PBOPItS.
Call and boo our stock boforo purchasing
olsowhoro. Thankfiil for tho vory extensive
pntronago already bestowod, wo hope toniorit
a contlnuanoo of the same
JUST roootvod a now lot of cholco porfurao
fUmoiy, liiuhly sconted soaps, oosmotlcs,
&o., Including muny mmw aiitioi.ks very cheiin,
call andsoo thoffi at URADEN'S DRUG
A LARGE stock of Patont Medicines Just1
received. Call and oo our STOCK in,! !
mim sis sisii.
A COUGH, A COLD, OR A
Jll lllllllliS 1MMKIIHTK ATTKNTlOir,
Biivui.li Ills lUKeKKI),
ii' Allow nil to contini'n.
"V, I'..1-,.! f,llMi t.i.Niis, a I'Kit.
.......... i ..in. mi I u msa st;, oa
1 OI'TLSTIIi: llHSUl.T.
C3 a M w n 8
llAVIXd A lilllKCT 1NFLUKNCS TO Till: I'AIITS,
iiivi: immudiati: nuLII'.K.
For Ttrondillls. Asthma, Catarrh, Consump
live aad Throat Disi-nms. Tioehes are
used with always good success.
SIH3ER3 an'a PUBLIC SPEKBa
will find Traehtu useful In clearing tho voice
when taken before Siuuhii; or Speaking, and
relieving 1I10 throat after mi unusual exertion
ol the vocal orgius Tho Trachea nro retom
mended anil presM'lbad by l'liyslelanc, and
liavo had- lestlrcon'als from eminent men
throughout tho comtrc. Ruing nn alwoin of
true merit, and having irniW their cMcucy by
test ol many yews, each year finds them In
new localities In rarimis pmH of the wor'.d
and tho Trrk m universally pronounced
better than other article'.
OiiT.iiNonly ' Rttowx'sRiiovciiiAi.Tnni-iiis,"
and do nftt take an''o!'the WorlUm Imtiiittmi,
that limy be olleicd. Sold cvihvwukiiu.
PRKPARK1) OIL OF PALM AND MACE,
ion l'UKsniiviNo, susroinxii, and iikauti-
l'VIMI Till! UAH!.
And is tho most iMigM!'ul''nii(lnvondorfiil nr
llelo the world.i vcr produceA,
Ladies will find it not only a certain remedy
, " ',e , , ,t , ui munuy tho I lair, but
I lllsn u (lesiralile artielu for iho Toillet, as it Is
! highly perfumod wUh a rich and delicate per
1 tumc, hvlepemlenl of the lVasrant odor of
i Ul0(-'1,s ' Palm und Mace,
Marvel ol" Peril,
A new und beautiful perfume, which in
(lt'!ll-:"'y ofs-cnt, and the tenacity with which
' UcIlnS!a" the handkerchief and person, Is
Tile nhovn nHl..l.io f... - .1.. I n i ....
nnd Perfumers, at si- n, 1 i.
; by expras to any address br proprietors,
i T. W. WliKlIU' & CO.,
100 u')My yt- New York.
' ' - M'"'-J-y :-.-.
r1IIE OONF3SIOXS AND KXl'KRIKNCE
! Pniat-lmil ftirHie huMltan'alU a CAUTION
T!) 'Jl!N(i 'H'-N and others, who sull'er
Inmi Nervous Debililv, IVemature Decay ot
Manhood, &c supplying ,,t Iho samo time
'f"1';1' l'' ;"K- J'.V who lias
(Iiiaeueiy. lly enclosing a po'i'iaid addressed
- ,- " iuiuv:i"niii :ou3meiaue
envelope, single copies, free of charge, may
lw i.i.l O... .....I " ' J.
N.YT1 1 A N I K M A Y F A I R, Esa,
JIiiyL':) '(iti.-iy llraoIilyii.Kiii!. On., N Y.
i-vi ... hut uiillior.
NORTH A R,? ERICA!
Oldest liisurimcii lonijiiniy lu America.
' CASH CAIMTAIj AND BIIIIPM'S, OVEIl
SEVENTY-ONE YKAlTs Suceess'-ul Bnsl.
nn.-ts Experience, Willi a 'ieinitiilii:il for JN
TKURITY and IIONOR.VULK DEALING
L'N.Sl;RlASrtHn hy anysiuiular, institution.
EO.iSEd PAID since orgiiiiU.ilion, $17,
LUSERU. RATES ftir nil tho safer classes
of properly. Insurance of DWELLINGS and
CONTENTS, a speclallily.
URIi.'Kor STONE I IWEIXINGS Insured
PERl'liTUALLY, if ilesiml, on terms of the
greatest economy nml:!il'oly to the insured.
11 is WlSnOM.ml ECONOMY in Insnro In
the bi-Ht Ci'inpaiiits. ami there IsNONK BUT
TER than the old INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA.
DIRECTORS s :
Arthur G. Collin S. Monls Wain, .
Samuel W. Jones, : John Mason,
John A itrown, Ueo. L. llarrison,
Cliarh s Tay'.or, I'lancis li. Cope,
Ambrose Vnito, Kdwanl II. Trotter,
Riehard D. W.-od, I Kdward S. Clarke,
William Welsh, ! Wm. Cicmninus,
William II. llowcn, T. Clmrltuu Henry,
.Iiimis N. Diclisnn.
ARTHUR O. COFl'lN, Prestdclit.
CUahlus l'LAir, Secretary.
i M. SAVERS, '
Jau'.'(;7 ,lf Aent !lr (iieeno County. .
rillTR UNDERSION'Kl ASSIGNEE OF
L MoiiiiAK liiii.f., of Rie;iill lownship, here
by (lives notice to all uns iuleresled that
the STORK HOOKS iinil Notes will bo left
with Mr. William MeOeJimd, nt tho old
stand, for settlement HiiiMik'Clion, until the
1st of March next, und I' nut promptly settled
they wlll he collected by dun process of law
nt once, The creditors s i'ul assonant will
also take notice that theuelaims must bo pre
edited at onco, us I nni Jeteiniiuod to close
up the business iiunicdiatly
j:ui!),'07-ll'. jj.F. TEMPLE.
' tiVABSiDMras SALE.
THE undersigned (ruj-dluif of Mary F.
Nicliolsou, will sell, in UiVnsb.iro, tin
TUESDAV, JANUj.KV29, 1837,
at I o'clock, p, in., the luisoatul parcel of
groumi now occupied by 3nry Neul; houndod
by lotnl'Ervino on the Norn, 'Hamilton on tho
East, Morris on the Soul) nnd street on the
West; being part otVots nimhered 15 and Hi,
In plan ol said town, ( ,
There Is a neat IVamo daclliiiij hniwio, ulso,
a lino assortment of Ihiisoiitlio premises.
TERMS i lino at silo, the balance of ono
third utijoiillrui'.ilion, ouo tlilidiii one -nr,.
nnd remaining tlilrJ In two yWs with inter
est on both payments fiojn uonilrmatlon.
l'os?esslim tu bu given on tho 1st of April
LETTERS OF ADMIN 1TRATION on tho
estatoofjASl'ERll.WH, lato of Morris
township, Greene county,: ee'd., having beon
granted to tho undoi'Dlnel notice Is lieroby
given to nil porsons Indei ed to said estate
to make Immediate paymql aild thoso huv
Ing claims to preseut theuillnmeitlutelyi prop,
porly ttuthoutleated for setlement.
of Morris towushl) Ad nlnUtrutor.
Iliwsoliilion ol' ravtnerslnp.
THE partnership -horetoforo existing bo
twnin .T. M. Iloirmnn nnd (i W. RubortS.
under the stylo of Hovah & Robiibts Is
tills day (Jun. 2nd 1807j) dissolved by tho
withdrawal of J. M. Hodman from said Arm.
The business wlll bo settled by G. W. Roberts,
wlm nlona Is inithotlzed to collect all debts and
w"' '""'J.''J'0 know? !? H'i"Ai?ii?i wW'
ROBERTS & Co. J. M. HOFFMAN,
nav all uiueuteunoss oi sum nnn. mo nrm
G, W.- ROBERTS.
FARM FOR SALE!
mllE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
X sale tlie Farm on which he now lives,
suimieu inreo nines w enter vv aynesutirn,
ndjelning landgVof David White, Joshua
ihomiis, John lluehanau and others, eon
X"7E3 -A. d ..3FX. us e .
ono hundred nnd Ihirly acres of which are
cleared, und on which is erected ono excellent
FRAMU llOUSK, ono log bouse, nil excellent
iianie si uiie. sneeo nam ,,ii,,.r nut u .
dings, 'fhero are also two annleorchanlsaml
other fruil trees on the farm. Tho farm Is
very ciesirauie one lor either farming or graz
ing nurnoses, nnd will bo sold on reasonibid
u rms, a', pumie or pilvate sale, on the
I III DAY OF JANUARY, 1807,
on tho premises, If not sold bcl'nro. Persons
wishing lo look at the land can do so by ap
plying io me lUKlersigneil, livlinr m tlie
JE?03Ft 5 J. 3L, IIS !
rvNK OFTIUO BEST FAIU13 IN ORKKNE
J Uiunlv. I'n.. eontn in net LHil AOKKS.
well watered and limbered, situated on Dun
ktird creek, near Mount Morris, and known
as tho properly of the "Donlev Farm Oil
Company." Could be divided advantageous
ly into :l or more tracts. ' Proposals will bo
received for purchasing all nr any portion of
uns Mini, auiucsson to WW la jj. w l,iN VA
Morgantown, V. Va. decL'O 4t
iTSnnltood. How tMsi, Iffiw
TfZfmJutitjiiiMMicil, a new c HI ion of
Dll. CULVKIIWKI.I.'S Cui.IillllATLU
on the raiiVd (we (without inedii'Ino) of Sper
matorrhea, or semiiuil Weakness, Iuvolun
tarp Seminal Losses, Impot ncy, Mental mil
Physieal Ineapucily. Impediments to marrlimo,
&e j nlso, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits
Induced by Bclf-lndulgcncoor sexual extrava
gance. nt'DuPvico, In n sealed envelope, o dy (I cts.
Tho celebrated author, in this admirable
essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful praetlee, that tho alnrmlm; conse
quences of self-abuse may bo radically cured
without the dangerous use of internal medicine,
or tho application of the knife pnintlnn out a
mode of cure at once simple, certain and etl'en
lual, by menus of which every sulferer, no
matter what his condition may he, may euro
liimsel;' cheaply, privately, and radically.
CSTTIiIb Es:iy should be in the hands of
every youth anil every man In the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, poti-ptuit, mi receipt of elx cents,"
or two positive Mumps.
Address the publishers,
CIIAS J. 0. KLINE & CO
127Rowerv, New York, Post Ollleo No. 4580.
Hotel for Sale!
MOST DSia&BLE- IN THE COUNTY.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER AT
I public outcry, on the premises ut Rice's
L.mdinn, Greene cimnly,
Thursday, Jauury SI, 18S7,
tho huge, well arranged and new Brick Tavern
Stand, known as the
"MONONG AIIELA HOVSE."
Resides the peculiar advantiises derived from
thesito ofthe buildilii, tho property itself, is
thu best hi Hint Buotirm of llio cnuntrr. Its
linsiuiient olfers ample room for iv STORE
HOUSE, there is convenient and spacious
stabling, a idea wull olv water an I oilier out
buildings. Tills is a splendid opportunity for
anv ono contemplating tlie liolel.iiuslneBS.
decl!)-ts HUGHES & CO
iaigilia of l'.'U'tacrliit
rpiIE partnersblpliorotoforo existing botiveen
L Ot:o. 15. Misou and L K. Evans, undor
the style of GEO. E. MINOR Ss CO.. is this
miy uissoiven ny 1110 williuniwal ol Ueo. J2.
Minor from said linn. Tho business of said
tlrm will bo settled .by L. K Evans, whoalono
is authorized to collect all debts und pay all
umeuieuui.s3 oi sum nrni.
GEO. E. MINOR,
L. K. EVANS.
Dee. 4, 18C8.
I recommend mv former nartner L. K
Evans to the former customers of tho lute
litni lor u continuance ol their patronuae,
docll' GEO. E. MINOR.
IN WAYNES BURG, PJZNM'A.
f At the roum formerly oocuolod bv Andrnw
iriison, as., next uoor to umden's Urug Store.)
Respectfully informs tho good people of Greene
cuunty, uiut no bus ojieued a
And invites a call from his friends and tho
P'Allo generally. His store is tilled with
cvorytliijg in his line needed by the Farmer
aim :uecuaiuc. iseuig a practical larmer, ho
knows exuclly tho wants of ids farmer friends.
Among his variety of goods will bo found Iron,
Nails ofall kinds. Planes of all varieties. An.
jrers, Braces, &c. Tutllo toothed, cross cut
and mill saws, hand saws nnd tools of nil des
criptions. AGIUCULTUUAL IMPLEMENTS
Mowing Machines, Cutting Boxes. Corn Shel
tors, Plows, Cultivators. Snivels, Forks, aud
everything in his line.
A general assortment of saddlery hardware.
to which ho Invites tho attention.)!' purchasers.
WOODEN" WARE OF ALTKINDS,
Tubs. Buckets, Butter B wls and all kinds of
Kitchen Woodon Fixlns.
Willow Baskets; llrooms. Brushes. Coal
Buckets, Brass Kettlos, Buggy whips, Shot
Guns, Buys Wagons and si' ds
All persons desirous of purchasing any of
tlie above articles and maiiy others not uicu-
loncu : will consult their interest by
CALL LNQSQ iUM
lio will tako ploasuro In showing his stock
nt nil times. So givo him a call wnon you
como to town. Uemeninor mo piaco, oppu-
.,H..lUo fflrat Nntlonnl Rank.
THE unilerslgnod having roceivoa from mo
Collector oflhls (24th) District, lists of all
.. . n m.. .. . IIP.. .1 LfunM
tho uncolieoiod novomio i ui muwi J,, ,
dco'd. and B. W. Scott, former Deputy Col
lector of Oreone county, Notice Is lioraby
alvou that If tho samo Is not pant on or ueioro
n. - . , t ... ' lar.T tf wll) in mv
tlie nrsi uay 01 ouuumj, .
duty to collect the samo by distraint and sale
ofnronorty. Z. A. WHITE,
01 propony. Collector, 24th Dist
Omca In the Court House, Waynosburg, Pa.
Tr.1r In Ttooks and Stationery. MagazlnoB,
1 1 Dallv Panort Fancy Artlcloa &c., Way-
I ...v...riv IV anl.'GS-lv
OUlCTOWN TO I1KCOME A COM-
ME11UIAL AfErU0l'0LI3 !
THE underaliriied tmnouuees to the nubile
tho purchase, relllling and restocking of the
establishment tormerly known us thu
IN WAYNESBURG, PENN'A.
The most pmm'ncnt featum Is his largo and
excellent assortment ul
lie has a largo mul uow flock of Groceries.
uibraclng Coulectiouery, Provision, &c, &c.
PRESENTS FOR THE
Of every description, from a penny trumpet for
me ciniii 10 ine most acceptable lor
Laily or Gentleman.
SELL HE MUST!
All aud everything at tho lowest cash pricos.
You won't do yourselves Justice unless you
CALL AND SEE II I Ml
Stand formerly kilown as 'Farmers Grocery,'
Main Street, Woyneshurg, Pu.
THE GOODS ALL IWll
-ritii ' '
LATEST AMD BEST I
Fbrics, a s Keprosented,
ASSOnTMMT KEPT COMPLETE.
rnriE undersigned is determined
J. to sell, nnd tho rkahv cask .will socuro
jho very best of bargains. Call and examine
UIBBUIUK. I.. K (VANS
(lecll-ani Wnvnnslinr P..
S HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLICA
tlon will bo mudo nt tb nnv). Mi.culrm nl
tho Pennsylvania 'Legislature, by the Odd
Fo lows Association, at Wnynesburg, Gr.-eno
county, Pa., toehango the nnmo or tho samo
to the Exciianob Rank op Watnusihiiio.
Also, to ntlthorb.e said bank to Ihriia Pt.orlf In
shares of My dollars each, tho wholo not to
exceed one hundred thousand dollars.
fSOO A MONTH ! Awwre
wanted for six entirely new articles, Jusv out.
addres aO. T. GAREY, City Building, Blilde
ford, Mine. wnl7.'n-lv.
TVEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES,
J quors and every thing pertaining to a Brst
class Drug Store. Proscriptions carelully com-
oundod. "Creigh's Old Htand," Waynes
urg, Pa, May BO, 'flO.-ly.
. ' Election Notice.
THE Stockholders of tho First National
Bank of Waynosburg aro hereby ntftlflei
that an election for directors, of said bunk,
will bo held at its banking house In Waynes-
burg. TUJ!u.i, Jano, 111117, at 1 o'clock.
, ,; JPOB BALE I
stnitlW bellows, an anvil and Iron els-
tern pump. Thor are good aa new and
will be sold lower than cost to any one wish
ing to purchase, D. G- Bhiibt,
PLAIN, HONEST FAB M EH
Of one horse pedlars wlio carry nothing but
a class of 0001 S you could not give uway in
Iho city, und who nro u set of shoddy men I
who ileal In nothing but shoddy clothing
who don't pay one cent to support tho govern
ment or lighten your taxes: who Slav all uleht
ut your house and In tho morning pay the bill
nun u Miir 01 suspenders or a pair 01 gloves
that cost uot less than tho muffiltlcont sum of
2ft cents ! If you make 10 ctuls oil' of thtin
your neighbor Incobbed of ,$10,00 to imilie It
up, . But buyyoiir clothing of
N. CLARK & SON
Who will ileal honcsMy mul (iiirly you
for every dollar yon may spend. Wo wnnt
you to come nnd see us and wo will show you
goods that tho best dressed men that walk
would uot ho nshnmnd of. Wo are Just open-'
ing n new 1 lock o'.'
Both Mens' nnd Boys', whirl) for pi ico and
quality wo chullcngo competition. Wo will
sell you Overcoats Irom $ 1 to $ 1 0,00 j, ,lim
nny establishment in 1'ittsbnn.di, und Suits
Irom SC. to $1.-1.110 less. Wo' liavo a lur"e
, slock of
all ti c newest nnd best t tyle l,i Iho market,
nmong which In the Driver Hat, tho Planters'
Hat, tlie Rlstorl, the Croquet, iho lli-imuikaiid
others. A lull line of Gcnls' luriibhiii" goods
equal to any city furnishing store. Drawers
und Undeisliiiis, Wool nmi white shins, Sus
ponders, Gloves, Wool nnd Collou Socks, nnd
r0 dux. ties of n.l shades und colors, plain nnd
fancy, some stvles you c.uinol find 111 uny
store this side of New Yi.rk City. .
Th'itiking you for your pastilhornl patron
age, wo uskyouto bring your Ii lends and'
lieighbois in and wo ill prove all wo s.iy.
Two doors West ot tho Adams House nnd
nearly opposite Campbell's corner, Main
Street. jfay 10, ly.
'I'e:iurlvau5a Kaii L'o.nd.
WINTER TJPjp TAOLE.
UA1LV TO AM) FHOM MIK (Vuv 8
davs E.vi;i:i-rue, ' (
ov am, .o-Ti:a
MONDAY, NOV. I!), ifiilfi.
TUB lWi,K,.i.''n,, r ,, )',ihvhi Hall,.,,,,. r,
ix:::,;' ;,i:'';;--' ..ivJ'::;"i;i::i:
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,t.y, ,u a. a. ,. ,,.lvoa at nCfriara
Kilo Fiirft l.liii) Kwt iimii Hrlci i,n-ivi-H nt Ir.-.'i 1 '
iUIIv (,.,,,,! .I,1.VH), ,i cu . ' 1 X " '"urn
lux HurrlKlHirK nt H.Lt . i. ","UUHIU' Lino li-uv
Dully Kii.mm l,.iiv,. llinil,!,,,,.,.,!,, Iv f,,v,.t '
IKTBl Illlirlul.lll'K. t)U.
llnrrlHlMii-,t A.-c-iiininlall. Iluvih Il;iri-I',iinr it-illv I.;
c2lti '".v.) lit 4.1(1 1: M.,ml r,.v,.H t V , 1. MJ
l-uinslw train, via 0. .1 1 1 till . t.i." lciv,., llm-il,!,,, ,,,ii
SttST' ,"7',K'-1'1"" "" i-wt3
IHIIcirvlllu AmiiiUHliiMiin, via Ml. Ji.r, I.-ii'vi-j llari l.l.iir,.
ilmly (.,t B1111.I11.VM) ,11 11.111) a. , 1 ,, v, ',L ,
cuu-rnt U.10 a. m., .
Krlo ftwl l.h,,. v,-,t. lor Hrh, ,uv, llri-l.l,i,'r ,1,'illv'
(raivpt y..i..t,..v).tt 4.10 p. m., ,i,-rivi,,K .;,- t.:,r, ,y
lla tlm;.n..:x.l-1-l,,,v ll,., l,l,r1 ilnlly (x,.-,.,, s "
li- nt S.IU 11. m,,-,-lv,. ut Alt.jtj 7,-mI
tir.Niliiiint, nii.l ari-iv.w Hl I'ltWinrs-li nt l.;inn m
I'lillnili'lphhi Kxprnw l ll.n-i'liilxiru ihllv'nt SKln
m, nri-lvm lit Altimiiiiiits.il.-. ,1. m tk,,, lkl.M uj
nrrlvi.sntllttHlirKli1itl.llli, ,. ' u"a
Fast II111. Iiv,., ll.irrM.urK ilnlly (ewtf H,m,n ,
4.tl6i. 111; mrlvi-n ut All, utfij. n. 111. ,,k,J ,,S5
Ml. urr viMHtlMtlal.llri.il at 1 "''."""'" "".Wiur
Hull 'I lull. lruVM Iliii-rUiiirm .Inily (,,xn..t Hunilnva) at
1.1S.. 111.! arrlv ut AM.iuimnt 7 1 . 1.1. V.k. a ,,n , ,. -.
iui.la-i-lv,.H,it litlal.nrKli .itl.llOn. 11, '''""" "Wi
Kiiilxnuit Train W.hi (in h n limt dm, iu,,m.
liar in nltavli.-il r..r tliun. rui, tl.,11 "I l.a-nl t,-,,v, ?Z! !
H..rrW.urK dally (..xri-pt J ,-) at 7 a. ' , ' , i "", r '
t S ffi' '" ' """!"' "r"Vt"' ' ''""tagU
iJilliTvllln Aprniiimoilntlnn. ti'rwt U t .
l).ui.iiimiinin; at lliii-1-Wiiirui.i ., , ' '
, HAMIJULA. III.ACK, '
S".t. MI.1.IK- Ulv. t'.-imu. it, ft- :
VREK Tii EVEEil'IBsfEiY f
A LARGE A rp. Cntiiloptue, tenchlnir how
to remove 'Fan, Freekies.l'lniples, jllotoli
CS. Moth PutcllCH. 8:illmvmi. V. '-'...1
.1 n.purltles of tho skin, How to lorco
Whiskers, restore, curl and henulily the hair
renew tho n;?e, cure nnmkcnnoss, Nervous
Debility, ami other useful and valuuhle hilor-i
million. Evcryhody n iu for It. A.l.hw.
Chemists, S3 River t!t., Trov, N Y
f 5u hewing Machines. Threo-new kinds.
Under and upper feed. Warranted ii..
1 mil 1.11
years. Above siilury or larKn cominisslons
paid. The only machines sold In Mm United
States for loss than $10, which nro lullv.lieciw
04 hy Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, OrV.vor .1
Raker, Singer & Co., nnd IJuciicl.Ior AU
other cheap machines nro luWnsenienis anJ
tho seller or user nro lluhlo to arrest. HnU ....j .
imprlssonmont. Clrculais frco. Address or
call upon Shaw & Clark. UlddoumL Ar..i..-i '
Chicago, 111. . V ,ourt
dan. 17-17. - -
'ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlca"''"T '"'
Letters of Adnilnlstrnttoii niion ii,.ia! .
of John Bkm, lato of Morgan to-', ,
Groeno Co., dee'd., havlnir heelV v ,'" i811
thoundorslgnod by tho. ifcclat-. " .
Co., all porsons knowing tU,,Suiv,,. u'I'tTi '5 '
to said Estate aro rcquod t0 ?,tti tj ', , '
J and thoso having d$Jfr.
ana tuoso naving ciu'.-,,,, A "ml Estate ,'.
.''3W)8cnt them duly aulhenM.
cated lor tottloticnt.
JAMKS liKt.f, ;','
Dec. i, lBUC.-Ot.' '