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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1(1. I RfiTi
JPohji H. 1jiiki.an, Esq , has our thanks
Fancy 8oaps and Portumory In gro:it v.trlo
ty Q. W. ltoborts & Co'fl. Drug Store.
Wku.to Do. The Gazette aud Benin,
trqt ot NWoastlo, Lawrcnoo Co. onters
upon the now yoar onlargod, and other
wise improved, ' It is an enorgut'to and
entorpriiiing journal, but vvd can't go Its
Puovokinu. Our oountry frionds
persist in mistaking the foreman for tle
''boss of tho maohlnu" because ho has a
great pair of whiskers. We have tried
to overcome our boyUh looks and pro
pensities and y.it they tell us wo "look
loo young to bo the editor!'' Fatisnco I
preach it to tho winds!
If yoti want a Lamp Chimney for 8 cents go
lo U. VV. Huberts & Co's. Druir Store.
Imimiovkd. We failed to notice last
Week the enlarged and improved ap
pearand 6t our neighbor, the Cumbtr
land Presbyterian, under the efficient
management of Messrs. Miller & Day,
this journal aspires to a brilliant field of
usefulness. We cordially recommend
it to all as a first class religious paper,
true to the interest of Christianity and
the welfare ot our nation.
A large and well selects! stock of Drugs at
O. W. Roberts CVs. Drug Store.
Tub Tmuunis Almanac for 18C7 will
be ready on tho 15 th January. It will
contain full election returns from all tho
States, beside a vast amount of other
Political and Statistical matter. Orders
will be filled in the order of their recep
tion. Prico, 20 eta per copy or seven
lor $1.00 Address, with cash unclosed,
The Tribune New York.
Points of all kin Is dry and in oil for sale at
G. V. ltoborts & Go's Drug Stoic.
Tub Normal This most valuable
eduoational inasrazine.ptibrshed by J" A
Cooper, at Edinboro, Erie county, is
before us. The yormxl U not only an
ably-conducted magazine, and tilled
with matter ot general interest, but is
also a cyulqpoQilia for U'C searcher after
knowledge, taking up, as it does, knotty
points in educational matters, which are
Jearoelly dUc;nsed and elucidited.
The Normal is published three times a
;year, and is furnished at tho low rate of
73 cents per annum. Address J. A
Doopor. Edinboio, Erie county, Pu
Physician's Ptesc: lotions carefully com
pounded at (J. W. Roberts & Co's.
DASiiunous Tho Utter recklessness
with which "the boys" go dashing down
the hill at tho east end of town, suggests
the propriety of "coasting" within
'bounds. Sliding is ft no sport, exhilara
ting and all that, but very expensivo if
it costs broken limbs or life.
Go to G. V. Roberts & Co's. Drug Storo
lor pure Flaxseed Oil.
"Tail Timus." A thaw, a slight lull
oof rain, a froezo and a nice fall ot snow
imakes"eveiything altogether lovely"aud
'bangs "the anserine bird in a conspN
cious position," Sleighing parties dash
in upon us.trotn adjacent villages, cheer
by their piesence and are gone. The
"oldest inhabitant" rays it is a regular
old-farfHoued winter, having had noth
lik' it "Binee tho army lay at Valley
All the popular Patent Medicines for
atU. Y. Roberts & Co's. Drug Store,
Rivkr Irwis. Four b rso teams,
with loaded wagons, cross on the ico at
Greensboro ice about 8 inches in thick
ness. The Union Line of Steamers have
purchased a calliope for their now boat
tho "Ehsha Bennett." She will bo
.ready for the spring trado.
Tho People's Line have been inoorpr
rated by the Slate Legislature
If you want Lamp Oil that will not oxplodo
i to G. W. Roberts & Uo's.'Drug Store.
A Paper fok Evuiiy Family. And
mean not only every family, but sin-,
gle people as well, when we commend
.to all, the Americam Agriculturist the
most valuable and tho cheapest journal
"in the world. We have received tho
-first number of the new Voluino, which
begins the seoond Quarter Century, and
find it of unexampled excellence and
ibeauty, while the publishers aunounco
till greator things to como. Mr. Clift,
one of the most popular aui piactloal
writers of tho oouutry, is to join tho al
ready largo and strong editorial force of
the Agriculturist, and regular oontribu
lions axe promised from tho well known
Tiraotliy Bunker, Esq tho "Down
JEast Farmer." Tho Agricultural is a
marvel df valno and cheapness. Eaoh
number lias 88 to 40 large double octave
pagos, containing 25 .to 33 or more cost
By, beautiful and instructive Engraviugs
;;nd Is packed full of usotul, reliable in.
. tornuUoi, Ike publishers promiso to
expend th present year at least $10,
t 000 m engravings alow, nnd M,000 in
', P.W,in8 nd preparing- sterling, road.
' ing mattor, adapted to tho work of the
Farm, tho Garden, and tho Household,
including an entertaining und instructive
department for Children and Youth.
Nothing loss than tho circulation of over
130,000, which reduces tho expenses to
a small sum each, could onablo the pub
lisncrs to furnish such a journal, tor only
11.60 a year, We again advise every
person to subsoribo for the Agriculturist,
It is adapted to City. Villago and Coun
try. Orangojudd A Co., PuHishcrs,
41 Park'ltow, N. Y. City.
Tho Stflto, Normal School at Edin
boro, Erio bounty, J'fl., is tho place for
young men and women to attend school.
Tho Statu assists those intending to
bncomo teachers. 1 w, 3t.
EXTENSION OF TUB MONONQAHELA
SLACK WATER NAVIGATION. .
At present there are six, dams on the
Monongahcla river, making It naviga
ble to Gonuva, a town about ninety five
miles from tho city, and four from the
Virginia lino, A seventh dam in the
vicinity of Geneva would nlly steamers
to reach Morgantown, West Virginia,
about fourteen miles further np, and
thus divert the trade of a largo and pro
ductive section of country down the
river to this city. Tho Slackwater
Navigation Company offurs to build this
seventh dam provided tho town of Mor
gantown subscribes SJO.OOO to tho capi
tal stock of tho company In accor
dance with the appointment of the
borough council, the senso of the free
holders ot the town were to liavebeen tak
en by ballot-, and as the citizens aro great
ly iu favor of tho proposod improvement,
the decision was doubtless in favor of
Tho twenty-seventh annual meeting
ot tho stockholders of the Mutiongahela
liiver Navigation Company was hold
Jan. 10th, at tho oflioo of tho Company,
No, 7o Graat street. Tho report of the
Treasurer, William IJakewell, Esq.,
shows the receipts of tho company ''tir
ing the past year woro 8213,790 33, and
tho disbursements 191,817 22, making
tho profits $21 ,081 13. Pitts. Gazette.
Lamhstaulk Simplicity. A man
named Lewis Baker, of Greenfield, on
tho Monongahcla, ono day last week,
shoveled his pocket book containing
$200 in money, notes.itc, into tho stovo.
Said monojyfcc, wasn't fire-proof.
"Nabob" is No JIouh 1 Her.ry TTall
a colored individual ot our town, widely
known as ''Nabob" and "Zip," Bhullled
off this mortal coil one day of last week.
Henry was in tho army tr some two
years, and, very unexpectedly to his
numerous acquaintance, acquitted him
self with credit. As ho was tho occa
sion ot tho wasting of a vast quantity of
flour during his lifetime, administered bv
tho juvenile population of our town, it is
confidently anticipated that there will be
a material decline iu tho "stuff ot life,"
"He 1ms gone to the land where all good nig
IKosA. Kmc 0.
Tho Oil City Jletjtster says: Tho busi
ness of tho oil region is now being con
ducted moro legittnately than ever be
tore. Further care and patience on tho
part ot those engaged in tho business
will tend to greater improvement and a
more perfect systematizing of it, and tho
day is perhaps not far distant when it
will be as regular and steadily Iterative
as any other pursuit. Many of the. pro
perties are being condemned for sale.
and aro, doubtless, subject to but trilling
encumbrance, and it is the duty of those '
representing oil companies to see that
tho interests of tho stockholders aro not
allowed to bo wholly sacrificed, I
Somo timo ago, Dr. John Lowmnn.of I
this placo slightly wounded himself in
performing a surgical operation. IIo
soon discovered that tho apparently i
trivial incident was to be attended by
serious ooiistq nonces. The doctor had '
received into his system, from his pat-
tient.a dangerous poison, well known to
the profession. Ho has, inconsequence,
been a partial invalid ever since, and
during tho past two weeks has been
entirely confined to his homo nnd office.
Wo aro glad to say that he is now con
valescent, and will bo about again In a
day or two. Johnstown Tribune.
Miss Matcella Simmons, ot Hawloy,
Wayno county, has been missing tor
about ten days past. She started iu tho
evening to go homo from a millinery es
tablishment at which sho hud been cm
ployed, but has not been seen sinco.
Sho had a bridge to cvm on tho way,and
it was at first supposed that she had been
drowned. Tho stream was thoroughly
ragged tor miles below, and no body
found. Her frien Is now fear that she
has fallen a victim to tho wiles ofsoino
On January 5th a son of John Uido,
Into of Lackawannock township, Mcrcor
county, started out to look after his rab
bit traps, and not returning for a con
siderable timo, his mother beeauio alarm
ed oud proceeded to look for him. The
barking of his dog directed hor steps,
and bIio soon found him lying dead on
his faoo at the foot ot a tree with a rab
bit in his arms.
LudwigMinskor, oged sovonty years,
and long a rosi lont ot Dauphin county,
was found frozen to death rocontly In n
fluid. Ho bad undertaken to walk
homo alone tho previous evening from a
neighbor's house, and getting into a
snow drift, fell and perished. Pittsburg
James Henderson, of Manchester,
Pa., went to tho houso of refugo tor
incorrigibility, eight months ago,
Jeemos escaped in a few days, but was
reoapturcd, and Is now again in his
old quarters. Tho litllu boy, is only
twenty years of ago, and but six feet
high. ': "' ,' . .i .
It turns nut, that General Grant did
no such thing as give his approval to
tho veto of tho suffrage bill. Gen.
Grant was present when the message
was read in Cabinet, but not being call'
cd on to express his views in reference
to it, of course ho said nothing about it.
If the President had asked for his views
he would have given them without ro
Borvo. When the Arkansas delegation
called upon him, he told tlicm to go
homo nnd adopt the Constitutional
Ainoiidin nt immediately, and alter they
had douo that to pass a bill giying sut-
tiago to nil persons without regard to
color. Ho has used similar language lo
others from tho rebel States within the
last six weeks. Wash, letter.
Tho Round Table makes this good
point : "The rebels, just when their
cause was caving in, proposed to arm the
negroes i tho Democrats, now that they
are iu tho vory death struggle proposo
to jrive tho negro tho ballot: Tho negro
did not save the rebels, ami he will not
savo tho Democratic pai ty."
Pork nino cents a pound in Lycora
At the residence of tho bride's broth
or, in Warren Co. Iowa, Deo, 20 lHGfi,
by Rev. J. Ilostwood Mr. Jso. VV.
Doyles and Martha J. Kent formerly
of Greene Co. i'a.
aaaiai mmunm '.lawnii HlfcM ll HHWHwum
COItllliCTKD WEEKLY 11Y J. OUIMI'.R.
nutter, fresh roll ?ii to .10
Cotlco per It 33 to 85
Corn per bushel fit)
Corn meal per bushel 70
Country Hoap per tb 08
Candles, mould per lb 2.",
Candles, dipped " ' 20
Cheese per lb in
Dried Peaches per lb 25
Kgits per dozen 20
Flour per bbl 00
Flax seed per bushel 2 25
Feathers per lb fid
Lard per lb 10
B. W. Flour per lb 31
Molasses 75 to 1 fin
Oats per- bushel yoto 35
Rye per bushel 1 00
Timothy seed per bushel 800 to 3 25
Rice per lb 15
Sugar, crushed per lb 22
Sugar, refined " " 20
Sugar, New Orleans, 0 lbs 1 00
P. R. Sugar, H lbs 1 00
Syrup, per gallon 1 00
Salt, No. 1 per bbl 4 00
Soft Soap per gallon 25
Tar per gallon 1 00
Tea per lit oft2 40
Tiirpeiilino per gallon 2 00
Tallow per lb is
Wheat per bushel 2 fiO.
Whito Lead per keg 4 to 5 00
White Lime per bushel 1 BO
We I common to tine 40a0
Potatoes per buslie' 125 to 1 00
Turnips, per bush 45
riTTSUUltti GKNKUAIi MAltKKT
TI10 CW.'rtcraW of the 12th says; The week
closes without any change noticcablo in tho
condition of our markets, from wha, It was a
week ago. Jhe only demand appears to be
for Hour and groceries to supply immediate
wants. Flour is pretty actlvo, but it is of a
local diameter, and without any attempt to
speculate. ' Holders aro Indifferent about
selllns except at full prices, for tho reason
that tho slocks on baud aro light and they an
ticipate higher prices. Thoro Is very llttlo
doing in v lie ill.
UltAIN-Wi eat at $2 COff
.. $1 22al 25
FLOUR-Sprinst Wheat at
Winter " at
CHEESE Western Reserve at
New York Ooslien m
BUTTER-1 'rime Roll ut
Al'1'LEa.-Per barrel at
$20,00 V ton.
1 CO 1 7.
CniCAao, January 12, 1807.
Fi.oun Qulot ; spring wheat $10 87al2.
Wheat 2 or 2c lower; No, 1 $2 15a2 25:
No. 2, $1 U3al 04.
C011N Unchanged and firm; receipts, 88,
000 bush.; sales of No 1. at 7!Jo.
Oats Nominal j No. 1, 44Jac, and No. 2
Rye Quiet ; No. 1 closed firm at 8O0.
Bahi.kv Noirlected : No. 2. 7 In.
MussPouic Firm with a fiood demand nt
I? 18 DO.
Diius.sci) lloua Flinier, closing at $(1
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
Jan. 15. Oold closed at!34;J.
TMi uri'iit liu'itloliieouroit l)f,,r. H, Smi-OK, tUo
Proprlolor, 01 mimouarr C!oiiHimijiliin,wli(iii It bail
iwumoil IK iiiobI loniililiili'i! mporl, and irliou rmty
dcalli wpoi-(mI to be Incvllab Ilia phyilolaiin pro.
nouiicel bi two Inriirablo nlieii ho oommoncol
IIik DM ol Uila nlmp'o but piworftil reined)-. Ill
IiliHIi iv&i roatoiml In a yetf ilmrt llmo, tod no
ruuini 01 itio il ca. o ho boon npnrolioiiiloii, for oil
On , inp'omi iu'o'ly dlin'twirej, aud hit praont
wL'lit U innru llian two hundred poundn,
H uro li t rccuvory, ho liai ctovoloj hit attention
MoiiniToly lo Iho ouro ot (loniiuinptton and tho
di!. nli'ch are u-ually oomp Icatod Willi It, and
tlni euro, o:roc:cd by hli medicluo, liitvo boon ret
uuii'ormu and truly nondoi'.nt. Dr. Boinmoit
Mink p.'o o mlonal vlalu to lovcral of tho larcor oltloo
tr.'ikli', whiin-ho lia'a larto oouoounitol'pulonti,
rnd it U trulv iwionlrhlnii to mo pr connntnpliroa
tti'ithavotu ho Hio-l out of tholr carrlnTOi, aud In
a ler miuMii licvthi', roliimt (tonoin, Da.
simnNCKM i'i;lmoniu svkup, skawkku
TONIU, aid MANORAKIC ril.LS am ponerally
all ncinlred In ourlnii Uonnnmpllon. Full dlree
lloui KciMinpnii carh, no that any ono can lako tliont
w'lh jul ucoutu Dr, B itlilMOi but wlion It li oon
ro'i o it It li bent lo ,o i him, IIo ;ro, adrlca trot,
lint or a iliorou -li oxi:iiinailon with hia Umplrotnout
he :b Uilirjj dollari.
I'cw ob-orvs, ivhon piim'miliiu, that tho lira
llko icci oi llio Djotor ono wliw In Oil lastitano
ol t'Oiiauinpilon, and tho olhor at ho now la, In
imriuet h a.lh-aro on Iho Qovomtuont itamp,
S lid by a:l Uriiimlutt and Diulon, Prloo $I.W
p.ir bottle, or a)7,M tho half donon. Lotion for
o lvlcn rliouM i.'0.-lw dln'olod to Dr, Sehonek't
Piiiidlrt. 0 '.Ico, lr. North nth Si., l'hlladoiphla, Pa.
din, oral Whoiejolo Ai'Oiilii Deniaa UarnotkOo
N. Y., U.S. Ilanca, naltlmoro, Md. i John D.
Park, Olnolnnatl, Ohio i Walkor It Taylor, CUIcajo,
1:1.1 Uolilni UroaBt. Ioul,Mo.:idw. oa.luo.lrT.
HE CONF83IONS AND EXPERIENCE
or AN INVALID.
Publlslioil for tho benefit andas a CAUTION
TO YOUNG MEN and others, who sutler
IVom Nervous Uebllltv, Premature Dooay ol
Manunad, &o., supplying at tho same timo
Tint Means ok 8hi.k-Cdhh. Oy ono who has
cured himself al'tor itudernolng cousldcrablo
(piacliery. lly enclosing a postpaid addressed
envelope, sltiglo copies, froo of charge, may
he had of llm author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Ej
May23'C0.-ly llrooklyn, Kings Cp. N. Yi '
PURE DRUGS. UDIC
OILS. PAINTS AND DYE-STUFFS,
TOII.KT ARTICLES AMD FANCY SO.M'S.
A LAKOE STOCK ON IIAND'-A
NEW SU1TLY EVEUY WEEK I
SOU'S ffi& STOHE.
UR GOODS RAVE RF.KN ROUOIIT
lor ouhIi, suleeieit with care, nnd will lm
warranted as repreHcntcd, and sold at tho
very lowest cash prices !
ATX THE POPULAR PATENT
MEDICINES SOLD'. AND MOST
Oh- THEM AT OLD TRICES.
WINES, BRANDIES GIN,
ALL AT SHORT PHOFirS.
Call and sno our stock before purchasing
elsewhere. Thanklil for tho very extensive
patronage already bestowed, wo hope to merit
a continuance of the same
TUST received a new lot of choico perfumo
fiunery, highly scented soaps, cosmetics,
&e., including many new ahtiui.ks very ehciip,
cull and sco them at IiRADEN'S DRUG
ALARQB stock of Patent Medicines just
received. Call and see our STOCK and
A COUGH, A COLD, OR A
Requires immediate attestios,
and should iib checked.
Ik Allowed to contincb,
inillTATIONOVTIIK IXNOS, I'Fn
MANKNT TIIIIOAT DISBASB Oil
18 01TENT1IK Itl'.SCI.T.
u it o w m ' s
1IAVIKO A DIRECT INFLUENCE TOT1IK PA1IT8,
OIVK IMMHIlIATIi RELIEF.
For Rronchltls, Astlima.'Catarrli, Consu rap
live and Tliroat Diseases, Troches aro
used with always good success.
SINGERS and PUBLIC SPEAKER
will find Troche URcfttl In' clearing the voice
when taken before Sinning or Spouklng, ?ml
relieving iho throat after an unusual exertion
ot tho yocal organs Tho Troche aro recom
mended and prescribed by Physician! and
have had testimonials from eminent men
throughout tho country, Being an id worn of
truo merit, and having proved their efllcacy by
a test of many years, cacli yoar finds them iu
now localities in various parts of tho wor'.d
nnd the Troche aro universally pronounced
better than other articlo'.
. Obtain only ' Uitow.t'sUaoKcuiAL Tiiociiks,"
and do not tuke any of tho Worthies Imitations,
that may buffered. Sold EvtitvwiiKitH.
PREPARED OIL OF PALM AND MACE,
FOtl t'KKSKItVINO, ItK8T0HIN0, AND IIEACTI
KY1N0 THE IIAIll.
And is tho most deliglitfulLancVwondcrful ar
ticle tho world.cver produced.
Ladies will find it not only a certain remedy
to Restore, Darken and Beautify the Hair, but
also a desirable articlo for tho Toillet, as It is
highly perfumed with a rich and delicato per
fume, independent of tho fragrant odor of
the Oils of Palm and Maw.
I:c ITIarviJ of Peru.
A new and boantin.il perfume, which in
delicacy of scent, and tho tenacity with which
it chugs to tho handkerchief and person, is
The above articles for slo by all druggists
and Perfumers. St $1 per bottle each. ' Sent
by express to.any address bv proprietors.
T. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
100 Liberty St., New York.
Oct. 24, 180(i. 1y.
JXETF TUUFl'ME FOU THK ILWDKEBUIUT.
"Night niooming Cfrem.
"Nighl IlloouilnB Ccrvua.
" Night Ulooming Crrcna."
".Mailt Uloouiluj t'crcna."
"IVIglil UIooiiiIds Crifua."
A moHt azquMtQ, ilullcnte, nnil Fminnt IVrftimc,
dldtlilpil from the rare aud beautiful llowar frum
Wblcli It lukui Its niinia,
Uauafuctured only by
PIIAI.OK Ac SON, Now York.
EE WARE OP COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PnALON'S TAKE NO OTHER.
otel for Sale!
MOST DESIRABLE IN THE COUNTY,
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER AT
Dublin ntltf'l'V. nn llm nmmlana ut IMph'a
Landing, Grecno countv.
Tluirstlay, January SI. 1807,
the largo, well arranged and now Brick Tavern
Stand, known as the .
MONONG AHfeL A HOUSE."
Resides the peculiar advantages derived from
tliosltooftho building, the property itself, is
the best In that section of tho oountry. Its
bnsomont offers amplo room for a STORE
HOUSE, thoro is convenient and spacious
stabling, a nice well of water and other oqt
buildings. This Is a snlomlid opportunity for
any ond contemplating the hotel business.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on tho
cstato of JASPER BANE, lute of Morris
township, Grecno countv. uWd.. havlnir been
grauted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby
given to an persons luueuteti to sum estate
to make immediate piiymcnl and those hav
ing claims to preseht them immediately, prnp
perly authenticated for settlement. .
. UEU. UUIlTNEll,
of Morris township Adaiiiiistrutor. '
JnnO,'OQ Gw ,j
milE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
L sale tho Farm on which he now lives,
situated llireo miles Went of Waynesburg,
adji'iiilng lauds1 of David White, Joshua
Thomas,' John Ducuunun and others, con
X-7S d JR. 33 S ,
one hundred and thirty acres of which aro
cleared, and on which is erected one excellent
FRAME HOUSE, ouelog house, an oxcellent
inline stume, sneep Dam ana other oui uuii
dings. Theroaro also two apple orchards and
other fruit trees ou tho farm. The farm is
very desirable one for either tlirniing or graz
ing purposes, and will bo sold on reasouablo
terms, at public or private sale, on tho
12TU DAY OK JANUARY, 1807,
on tho premises, If not sold boforo. Persons
wishing to look at tho land nan do so by ap
plying to the undersigned, living on tho
premises,) WM SCOTT, Jit. .
dec','U ts ,
JJ"0 3FL SrALE!
ONE OF THE BEST FARMS IN GREENE
County, Pa., containing 28.1 ACRES,
well watered and timbered, Bltuatcd on Duu
kard creek, near Mount Morris, and known
as tho property of the "Donley Farm Oil
Company," Could be divided advantagoous
lv into a or more tracts. iPronosuls will bo
received for purchasing all or any portion of
mis iiirm, aiuireascd to jujw UN li. WKINTZ,
Morgantown, W. Ya. dcc'-'G-Jt
.Ylaiihood . How Lost, How
rjffmJuslpublished, a newtdition of
on the tvulieul cure (without medicine) ofSpcr
matorrlKoa, or Bcminal Weakness, Involun
tarp Seminal Losses, Impot ncy, 3Iental an-1
Pliysical Incapacity. Impediments to marriage,
&c j also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits
induced by self-Indulgence or sexual extrava
gance. , . .
9f?iPrico, Iu a sealed cnvelopo, only C cts.
The cclebratedi author, in tills admirable
essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abuse mny be radically cured
withonttlie dangerous use of Internal medicine,
or the application of the knife pointing out a
modeot euro at once simple, cortainarid effec
tual, by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
(irThls Essay should bo in tiie hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, In a plain envelope, to any
address, lost-itruit, on receipt of six cents,
or two postage stamps.
Address the publishers,
CIIAS J. C. KLINE & CO.,
1 27 Bowery, New York, PostOlllco No. 4586.
IN WAYNESBURG, PENiTA.
(At tho room formerly occupied by Androw
Wilson, Sr., next door to Rradcn's Drug Store.)
Respectfully informs tho good people of Grceno
county, that ho has opened a
And invites a call from his friends and the
public generally. His storo is filled with
everything In bis lino needed by tho Farmer
and Mechanic. Reing a practical furmer, he
knows oxnetly the wauts of his farmer friends.
Amoug bis variety of goods will lie found Iron,
Nails of all kinds, Planes of all varieties, Au
gers, Braces, &c. Tuttlo toothed, cross cut
ami nun saws, nana saws ana tiola ot all ues
Mowing Machines, Cutting Boxes. Corn Sliel
lei's, lJlowa, Cultivators. Shovels, Forks, and
everything In his lino.
A general assortment of saddlery hardware,
10 wiucn nc invites tiie attention ot purchasers
WOODEN WARE OF ALL KINDS
Tubs, Buckets, Butter Bowls and all kinds of
Kitehen Wooden Fixins.
Willow Baskets; Brooms, Brushes, Coal
Buckets, Brass Kettles, Buggy whips, Shot
Guns, Boys Wagons and sli ds.
All persons desirous of nurcliasinir anv of
inoBoovu articles anil many others not men-
'loncil j will consult their interest by
IIo will tako pleasure iu showing 'his stock
at all times. So give him a call when you
mum uj imvn. numemocr tuo place, oppo
site iuu first national uanic.
declitf T1IOS. BRADEN.
tlldcsl Insurance Company in America.
CASH CAPITAL AND BUIIPLI'S, OVKIl
SEVENTY ONE YEARS Successful Busi-
neas Experience, with a '"reputation for IN
TEGRITY and HONORABLE DEALING
UNSURPASSED by any Simula: Institution.
LOSSES PAID since organization, $17,
500 ono.00 1
LIBER L RATES tot all the safer classes
of property, Insurance of DWELLINGS and
COiN TKN la, a speciality.
BRICK or STONE DWELLINGS insured
PERPETUALLY, If desired, on terms of the
greatest economy and safety to the insured,
It is WISDOM and ECONOMY to Insure In
tho best Companies, and there is NONE BET
TER than tlte old INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA.
Arthur O. Coffin
Samuel W. Jones,
8. Morris Wain,
Geo. L. Harrison,
Francis B. Cope,
Edward II. Trotter,
Edward 8. Clarke,
T. Chariton Henry,
John A. rirown,
Ambroso Will to,
Richard D. Wrod,
William II. Bowen,
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President
Chaiilks Platt, Becretary.
. E. M. SAYERS,
Jan9,'(i7 tt Agent lot Grecno County.
TRE UNDERSIGNED ASSIGNEE OF
' MoitaAx Bki.l, of Ricahlll township, horo
bv gives notice to all persons Interested that
the oTOHE BOOKS and Notes will bo left
witli Mr. William McClelland, at the old
Btitlul. for 1011101110111 and collection, until tho
1st of March next, and If not promptly settled
they tolll b collected by due process of law
nt once. Tho creditors of suid asslgnant will
also take notice that their Claims must be pre
sented nt once, as 1 am determined to closo
up the business Immediately
. JanlV07-t ; J. F. TEMPLE. ,
OUR TOWN TO BECOME A COM
MERCIAL METROPOLIS I
TIIE tindersiirncd announces to tho rmhlio
the purchase, refilling and restocking of the
csiuunsniucui lormcriy Known as mo
IN WAYNESBURG, PENN'A.
The most prominent featur is his largo and
excellent assortment or
He has a largo and now stock of Groceries,
embracing Confectionery, Provision, &c, &c.
PRESENTS FOR TELE
Of every description, from a penny trumpet for
tuo cuua to tne most acceptable tor
Lady or Gentleman.
SELL HE MUST!
All and evof vthlns at the lowest cash orieea.
You won't do yoursolvcs Justice unless you
CALL AND SEE HIM!
Stand formerly known as Farmers Grocery,
mum ouuui, nyiic'Buuru, i-a.
doc ID 'Gli-tf.
Wm OLD ST.11."
THE GOODS ALL FRESH,
LATEST AND GiEST !
Fbrics, as Represented,
ASSORTMENT ' KtPT COMPLETE.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS DETERMINED
to sell, and the hbady cash will see.uro
tho very best of bargains. Call and examine
bis stock L. K. EVANS.
deel l-8m Waynesburg, Pa.
AVAR I A IV S SALE.
TIIE undersigned Kuardian of Marv F.
Nicholson, will sell, in Greensboro, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY" to, 18(57,
at I o'clock, p. m., the house and parcel of
grouna now occu)ioa uy mury wcarj oounded
uy lot oi n,rvme on tne iNortn, Hamilton ou the
East, Morris on tho South and street on the
West; being part of 'ots numbered Is and 10.
in plan of said town.
There Is a neat framo dwelling house, also,
a fine assortment of fruits on the promises.
TERMS : $100 at sale, the balance ot one
third at confirmation, ono-tliird iu one year,
and remaining thin In two years with inter
est on both payments from confirmation.
Possession to be given on the 1st of April
next. . WM. P. GRIFFIN,
Dissolution or Partnership.
THE partnership heretofore existing be
tween J. M. Hotfinan nnd G. W, Roberts,
undor tho stylo of IIokymaic & Roukbts Is
this day (Jan. 2nd 1W17.) dissolved by the
withdrawal Of J. M. Hotfinan from said firm.
Tho business will be settled by G. VV. Roberts,
who alone Is authorized to collect 411 debts and
pay all Indebtedness of said firm. Tho firm
will hereafter be known as that of G. W.
ROBERTS & Co. J.M.HOFFMAN,
Jan,'07-4t G. W. ROBERTS.
A MONTH I-AoKNTi.
wanted Ibr six entirely new articles, Jusv out. I
aaorei au. i. uaiuiI, wty uuiiuuifr, made,
ford, Mine. ,, kial7.'l(i.-lT -
PLAIN, HOS'EST FABHiili'
Of ono horso pedlars who carry nothing but
a class of GOODS you could not give away in
the city, and who aro a set of shoddy men i
who deal In nothing but shoddy clothing)
who don't pay one cent to support the govern
ment or lighten your taxes ; who stay all night
nt your house and in tho moraine nav the bill
with a pair of suspenders or a pair of gloves
that cost not less than tho magnificent sum of
SS cents ! If you mako 10 cents off of them
your neighbor Is rohlicd of $10.00 to make it
up. But buy your clothing of
N. CLARK & SON
Who will deal honestly and fairly with you
nuu give you
for every dollar you may spend. We want
you to como ond sco us and we wilj Bhow you
goods that the best dreBscd men that walk
would not be ashamod of. We are lust open
ing a new stock of
Both Mens' and Roys', which for price and
quality wu challongo competition. Wo will
sell you Overcoats trom tl to $ 10.00 less than
any establishment in Pittsburgh, and Suits
I rom $.i to $l..oo less. Wo have a largo
all the newest and best style in the markot,
among which In the Driver Hat, the Planters'
Hat, the Rlstori, the Croquet, the Blsmark and
others. A full line of Gents' furnishing goods
equal to any city furnishing store. Drawers
and Underfill! ts, Wool and whito shirts, Sus
penders, Gloves, Wool and Cotton Socks, and
50 dost, ties of ail shades and colors, pluln and
fancy, some styles you cannot find in any
store this side of Now York City.
Thinking you for your past liberal patron
age, wo ask you to bring your friends and
ncighbois in and wo will prove all we say.
Two doors West ot the Adams House and
nearly opposite' Campbell's corner, Main
Street. May 10, ly.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
EIOIIT TRAINS (DAILY) TO ANO FROM PniLADXIr
1MIIA AND PITTSIIUKUII, ANO TWO TIIAINS
DAILY TO AMI fllllM Kit III, (SUN
o asd irtm
MONDAY, NOV. 1!), 1868.
TUB IWukw Triiliw of the Pvnimylviinln Rnllmiul Com
pany will ilc'imrt frum IIiirrlHliiiri;, mid ai rlvu ut 1'lillivk'l
lililn uuil ruuturRti m Minn ;
Phllmli llitilit Expri'M Imvn llarrhhnrit itnllr (except
T0o"'"5ii 'iM ' urrlV(" ' Wu" i'ljiluililllila t
FiiAt Mno leaven IlnrrlKtmrir ilnltv famm, u,,.l-.
0.20 a. M, ami arrival at Wont l'liilailulilliln ut . m.
Drankranu nt IlurrUhurir.
Krlfl Vlltlt l.illO Kiirit IViilil Rein r,lva n, 1Tn-.Ui.uu
(liUly (exccit AYon.ln.vs), ami connect. Willi at Lluo loav
Iiir lliirrUlmrK nt U.JO a. h.
Unlly Ksirem lenvi IlurrlHlMirpcilally (except Sunday.)
t 1.40 p. m., awl nrrlviu at Wct PlilludolpbU at 6.40 p. '
Dinner at llurriHliurir. .
t'liiclnnntll Kxir lenvea llnrrlilmrir itallyatl.40 ?.
H., anil nrriv nt Wut lIiiliult lilitu at 12.40 A. X. Bun
per at llnrrUburg. r
Iliiri Miiirn Acciiiiimlntlon leave. lrnrrWmrg tlnlly (ox.
eept giimlay.) at 4.4U p. m., and nrilv at Vet I'hll.rtel. .
nnlniaU.IUp.M. Till, tmlii hiu uu cunnucllon from th.
Ijincantor train, via Cnlmnliln, lenve. Iliiril.liuru dully
(sniiiUya i'xcuiteil) at 7.00 a. h., nnd nnlve. at Phlladul
liliin nt 1 -J.'U p. M.
DlllervlllB Aiicomniuitlnn, via JIt.,Ioy, leave. Ilarrlalninr
ilnlly (except 8illl,lyn) atO.IIOA. M-, mill arrive, at Lalf.
caaterat U.10 A. v., ciinmi'lhiK wllli Uncuater Tr.lo unit.
Ella Mill went, fur Krle. Imvil llnrrllmr il.ll. ..
cent Huiiilay) at 2.(16 P. M ami arrive, nt Krle at T.lld p it
Krle. fiwt l.lnii went, llir Brie leave. Ilnrrl.oiirit dallv
t, ,.i ... ,.. .,,,, u, nn, a,uto a. In.
arrlv at flttaliiu-uli at 1.40 n. m.
Kt lino leaviw IlniTlalilllg ilnlly (except Slllnlnv) at
4.06ii. in: nrriveunt aii,wi,i n a Sa , ,'
ael arrlviw nt Pitt mli at 2 a. in. 1P
Mull Train lenve. llnrrialnirK ilnlly (except Similar.) at
1.16 p. m.i arrive, at Alt.wnnut 7.24 p. in., lake .minor.
nnilnrrlvMiit l'Htlinrnh nt 1.110 a. m. ""I'P
Kliliirnint Train Wo (In tthleli Br.t !.. ... .
car I. attuehil for llm nremniKlntlou of Incal travel) leave
llarrlBlmmil.illy (except Momlay) at 7 a. m., arrive at
Altimna 2.40 p. m., take, dinner aud arrive at Piltabarah
at 10.JI5 p. in. B "
Dlllervllto Arcommoilntlon,woat,Ioare Unraatord.Hr
(except Hillliluya) ata oOp. m., leavwl AfciuntJiw at 1 6a
p.ni.iandarrivo at Harrlaburitnt 6.:inp. m.
DA.1IUKIJ A. 1II.ACK,
Blip t. Middle Div. Pouu'a. It. B.
Fit HE T'i EVERYBODY !
ALAROEO pp Catalogue, teaching how
to remove Tan. Freckles. Pimiiloa. Rlntoh.
cs. Moth Patches, Sallowness, Eruptions and
all Impurities of tho Bkin, How to Ibrco
Whiskei's, rostoro, Curl and beautify the bain
renew the ago, cure Drunkenness, Nervous
Debility, and other useftil and valuable Infor
mation. Everybody send for It. Addross
UlSllUISH, SHUTTS&CO.. "
Chemists, S8S Kivor St, Troy, N. Y.
$l,SOO PER YEAR I We
want aironts every whero to sell our iMnnnv.n
$20 Sowing Machines. Thrco Hew kinds
Uiuicr auu upper tcou. Warrantod Ave
years, Abovo Binary or tamo commiaoinn.
paid. Tito only machines sold In tho United
States I'or less than t(), which are lully licom
od by Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Grover &
Uaker, Slngor & Co., and Hacholder. All
other cheap machine are IntVlngcmenta tod
tho Bcller or user are liable to arrest, flue and
ImDi'lssonment. Circular frnn. A,i-.
call upon Shaw & Clark, Ulddeford, Mains ot
Letters of Ailmlnlulrnlt,
of Joua Ban, late . of Morgan tnwnai.ln
Oroeno Co., dee'd., havln? been granted to
Uio underslijnod hy tho UeKlstcr if Orceno
Co., a Inorsons knowing themselves Indebted
to said Estato are requested to pay the name,
and those having claims against said Estate
aro rcnuostod to present them duly authontt.
cated for settlomeut. .
. Sarah Dkli, ,
Dec. 4, 18G6.-M. AdnVrt.
...uiiMi. r.jpnw, leave. iiiii rHinirn ilnlly (except Sun- -itay)nt
2.06 a, ni,, arrive at Altooua, 7,il"ja, m taku
lireiikfii.t, nml arrive, at I'ltlnliuruli nt 1.1UI p. m.
Pliilwlelpliia Kxpre, lenve. IliirrUlitirit uiiily nt 310
m arrive, nt Allunllil nt 8!6 n. in., li.t.u, l,r..,,i,i:... .i
-, . .ui.n.ua HUH