The Greene County Republican. (Waynesburg, Pa.) 185?-1867, January 16, 1867, Image 4

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PHOTOGRAPH
&t'J&.'3Lm 21, 33 3FI
WAYSESnUIMS, i'ENX'A.
Walaoo
Has fitted up a how nn.l splen.ll.t Photograph
Gallery iu iliu third story ot
' ALLISONS DL'ILDINO,
Where he. Is prepared to oxrctila
rilOTOGKAl'IIS,
AMIUfOTATES,
MALEIANOTYTES.
CARTES IJE VISIT15,
And Hll other kinds mid sizes of pictures, in a
stylo einml to the beat artists. Especial alton
Hon will lie glveu to copying pictures and en
larging them. All applications will be prompt
ly alteudcd to, Their rooms are commodious
rind attractive, and every desirable accommo
dation will lie rendered to customers This U
decidedly the heat opportunity to secure accu
rate likeui sscs ever nll'ercd to the people ot
Greeno County. Call nny thno it suits you.
Pictures taken nny timo iu the dny, nnd In nil
kinds ol weather. Kov, 1". lKil"". tf.
DR. Vf. 11. wmioit
HAS boon In successful practice for a num
ber of years, with the experience of tlio
ilillcivnt hospital In Europe, also a member
of the Analytical .Medical Insiituto of Now
York, continues lo attend to all pi'olcs.-ionsil
cases at 1 is ollico , No. U-S Gilbert Street,
Phil i. ' ;
No patent Medicines nrc tijed or recom
nuiuded ; the roimdies administered are those
which will not brake down the constitution,
but renovate the system from all injuries it has
unstained from mineral medicines, nod leave
the syste.n in a healthy and perfectly cured
condition.
DYSPEPSP, that didtrcsilnir disease and
fell destroyer of health and happiness, under
ininlutr the constitution and yearly carrying
thousands to untimely graves, cau most em
pliaticlly he cured.
Melancholy, Abi'orrntlnn, that state of Alio -liati
.n and weakness of mind which renders
pcrsns'iucarmhlc.nf enjoying the pleasures or
perlorminir llie duties of life.
P.IUX'MATISM, iu nny form or condition,
chron'u it r.ecu'e, unrriintcd curable. Kpi
lopsv, or falling sickness, all chronic or stub
born rases of
F E M .1 L E 1) I S E A S S
radically removed ; S.dt I'.heum nnd every
lliseiiptt m of ulecr.iii.ms ; Piles and scrolul
ous ilbea"S wid' li have balnVil all previous
medical skill, can bo cured by my treatineul;
and 1 dos.iy aUtlUiV s. (y? (Wmytio) can
be cured by we.iiiaj my .M. -died Jacet, which
is a protection tin; lunjr.s ag.-.lat all elun.'cs
of weather in all climates' hming investigated
for yi-nia th cuts- and chaiacter ofinleriv.it
lentsffcvr and auj) in all parts or the I'nitcd
Suites .will care permanently all chronic or
iicutii cases ot Ague and nervous discusc3 la a
tew d.ivs.
cancer cured witiioutthr knife
OK DRAWING OF Ill.OOl).
Tape Worm, that dread to Iliu Human
Family for years, can be removed with two or
three 'doses of inv newly iliscovcred remedy,
warranted in ail cases. Coiisullii'Inn hi (lie
English and German Lanjinaqn"1 free ofdmi'tce.
Will make visits any distance, if desired. Hay
be addressed by letter (eontiilen.ially,) nnd
Meillc'me sent with proper dhectious to any
part of the comitrv,
OFFICF-No. ' U28 Filbert Street, rhila.
marL'l:'(;(My
2P 313 J2u O IE5
HAYING BEEN -MADE, WE OFFER OUR
CUSTOMERS ONE OF THE LAKQ- '
EST 5TOCIC3 OF
DEY GOODS!!
Kill, FlJill.
LEATIIEIl, BOOTS & SHOES,
'Hats & Caps !
. IBOIV, and SALT,
And a great variety of JJONNETS and HATS
for tlio ladies, at the lowest prices that Goods
Lavo been sold for siuco tlio commencement
of the War.
PRINTS, From. 12 1-2 to 2,'icts.peryd,
MUSLINS,... " 12 1-2 to 40 " '
FISH At inttsburgh prices.
IKON&Nails" " Card Trices.
SALT .. " $3 per barrel.
COTTON YARN, at reduced rates.
Wo have, the goods In store, nnd all wo ask
of our friends Is to call and see for themselves
for we arc satisfied that an examination of our
stock and low prices will repay them for their
trouble. To our friends at n distance, we ex
tend a cordial Invitation to cnll nnd seo their
old friends who tuu always glad to seo them,
for we can assuro them that It will repay them
for tko trouble
V. H. M'COY & CO.
The old stand of W. H. M'COY, Grocnsho
to, Oroeno County, Pean'n. MaylO.'CB-li
Carriage 2L. Manufacturer
WAYNESIlfRO, P.V., "
r)ESPECTFULTA'(?ives notice that ha has
i located in Waynesboro, Pa., where he In
tends to manufacture
CARRIAGES
Of every description. From his experience in
the business, lie feels continent unit ins wont,
in style, finish and durability, will k'ivu cntiro
satisfaction. It is his determination to purchase
Vhu best material In market, and employ none
but competent workmen.
- 3rAU new work yr nrrentod for one year.
, Wavnosbura. Fob. 81. I HHP tt
"NKW FIRM!
selves lotfethcr iu the name and stylo of
ilUGHES AND LUCAS,
t the "old stand of IluuiiiiS, Bayaw& Co.. In
Rices Landing, Pa., for the purpose orcarrylng
on tho Grocery, Forwarding and Commission
business in all its various branches, They hope,
by tlio long experience of ono ot tho Partners,
nnd strict attention to Imslucss, to rccelvo a
liberal share of tho public patronage in their
line of business. TUeywill
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ,
A-'pood' mrpply' of Groceries, sacliss Suglr,
Coffee, Hiee, Molasses, Nails nnd Iron, Oils
and Paints, nnd nil articles usually kept In
Grocery Store, all of which they will soil at a
erv small advance over cost snd cnrrlage,
'J...,uu MNDSEY HUGHES,. :i
' THOMAS LUCAS. I
Mays, W-f J
Founded in 1840
AS I)
IMOr.rJRATLD DY IRCISHTIVG rillRTCR.
THE ONLY INSTITUTION OF TIIK KIND
in tho Union ciaulueU'd by a Practical bu
siness man. Our highest Commercial Author
ities, east and, west, proliouncii his systems of
Rook-keeping' unediialed comprehending
ev.-ry depaiiinetit ul1 husiness, and yet so
vklltully condensed that the attentive studetit
nmsleis tlie whole in six 4)feh:ht weekn. It
consists of
I
STOCK DOOMS,
coscil o )c with' n loss and twice with n gain
H-exliibiling hy tlirce different methods the
transfer of old to new hooks.
l'AKTNKKSIlll' HOOKS,
conducted by three different methods, ex
hlhiiing the traust'er of the old lo new books,
with the Introduction of a new partner j also
practically illustrating thu
1'KIVATU LEDGER,
by means of which the results of the business
lire kept out of thu general hooks, for the uso
ot tin1 partners only.
LKCTLHS ON 'BUSINESS SU1UECTS.
How every oua.may get rich. , How to get
rich by tiadiug. The cause ol Commercial
failu'es. On speculations. Tho moral Inllu
snee of integrity in youth, etc. Alsu lectures
UP"n COMMERCIAL LAW,
on Partnerships, Coniracts, Insurance, Com
mon Carriers, the Statute of Iimitations, etc.
Practical in t'Uetlonsiu DETECTING
COUNTERFEIT RANK NOTES,
by a full set of genuine vignettes and coun
ter" and a largo collection of counterfeit nates
OUK KAlliOAliHOOM-KHlil'lNO.
(in manuscript,) exhibits the construction and
equipment, me rpuratim; receipts and expen
ditures i the hoods closed and n divldcml ru
crTdcd. These books arc advertised by others
but not taught elsewhere in tho city, Our
new svfti-m of
'l'lUVATE l'ANK HOOKS,
(in manuscript,) (mlirtutcs all tho best forms
in use liming private hunkers. Our new en
larged edili.m of Dnif's Ste.unlioat llook-kecp-iir"
Our full n.urseof business praclle in
cludes ahom Fil-'U' HUS1NES3 ROOKS,
ruled to iilioiit thirtv diifcreu' forms, viz: 1 1
ledgers. 7 Dav Rook?, 5 Journals, (i Rill
5 aihs, 4 Cash Rooks, t Sines Rooks, 2 Invoice
Rooks, I Discount R.'ok, 1 ;hccl; Reirister, I
Deposit Register, 2 Collection . Registers, I
Tiekier, 1 Hands' Register, 1 Freight Rook, 2
Passage Rooks, 1 Fuel Rook, Those Rooks
practically record jibout six hundred business
ir nsaetiiiii". coniTu'chondlmr Dulf's original
pbn of business education, introduced twenty-live
years into. How far others have suc
ceeded iu imitating hhn will bu best seen by
eomoMiinLr the business papers and books ol
other pupils Willi those ol, .the graduates of
this institution.
Haiper's Enlarged Edition
lUl'TS. BOOK-KEW m.
Vrire 82. l'oxtnr. 20 cents.
yOLD Dr DOOM SELLERS GEN
ERALLY. AWARDED FOUR SILVER MEDALS.
Which, with tho billowing testimonials, indi
cate the character of thu work :
'No oilier work upon Rookkcoplng explains
tho snbicct with so much cleai iii'ss and bIih
plicity. F. W. EDMONDS, -
Cashier Mechanics' Rank, Wall street, N. Y.,
'As an extensive ship owner, American and
European merchant, bank director, etc,, ho
has borno the reputation of the highest ordo
ot business talents.' JNO. W RL'RNIIAM
Mcifhunt, No. H South street, N. Y.
"I graduated in Duff's college in lmlf the
timd I expected. His admirable system in
cludes nothing superlhious, nor leaves out
anything essential. J. R. COMPTON,
Cashier Niagara Rank, Lockport, N. Y.
"The most complete work of the kind I
havo ever seen." ' ' .T. R. HURRY,
President Exchange Rank, Pittsburgh.
The most clear and comprehensive that I
havo met with. - JOHN SNYDER,
Cashier Bank of Pittsburgh.
Your committee unanimously concur in tho
opinion oltho utility of tho improved method
of Mr. Dull'." GURDON J. LEEDS,
Recording Sec. ol tho Amer. Insti , N. Y.
Ou. II. Duffs Tcnmanship
For tho best business and Ornamental Pen
manship, awarded our present Penman, by
tho .
United States faro at Cincinnati!, la 18(!o
Pennsylvania State lair at Wyoming IHlio
Western Pennsylvania fair at Pittsburg IMii)
Western Virginia fair at Wheeling Kiiin
Ohio State fair at Cleveland 1SU2
All of which are exhibited nt our ofllco.
OUR TERMS.
Have never bf en advanced, while others nro
charging 4.r0 tuition fee, or $10 nnd SUfi ex
tra for penmanship, mid $12 to $20 for text
books and blanks.
For our graduating course. Including busi
ness penmanship, time unlimited, aro 111.
The enlaigo''- edition ol Hull's Rookdvcep
Ing, with ))hmks and stationery at booksellers'
prices, $5. ' ' . '
Our blanks are miido up of flno extra: sized
paper ruled complete, wi h lull sets of auxil
iaries. '
Wc tin rcforo present the business student
with the following "
' IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES:
' 1 AVo have tho beat Penman In tho west.
3 Hull's System of Book keeping, (sanc
tioned by tho Mew York Chamber of Com
merce,) taught by tho author.
8 The daity lectures of uu experienced mer
chant. 4 A saving of seven or tight weeks iu timo
of study.
8 A saving of the same number of weeks
board. , .
0 A saving of $U or ' $7 in books and sta
tionery. , ., '
7 A diploma signed by, ono so long and' so
favorably kuo iii as a preceptor, usaurecoulit
ant, and as a merchant, . '
For full particulars, send for circular, 76
pages, with samples of our penman's Ruslnoss
and Ornamental writing, iucloslng twonty
(lvo owls for postage, to ., . ,
F. buFP-.A' SOIy,.7.'' , ,
PRINCIPALS' 1
febl7'0n-ly ' , , PITTSBURGn, Ta. .'
v. otioe.
in tUa liuiMfiii iniH f)virinu. I'ltlmt fni .TnK
Work or Subscription during tho six months
tho paper was conducted by Mr. Wntking,
will nntt llm nnnnittita tn MV ' Jna. If. HntrnM
mil J'1 wvy" "" wiv,i,di
u.l la niithnriynil in rtntl. fur tlin yum it
Eatly-ttHentioa to this ni fitter will savo onst, ;
BBS I31DDLE & CLAHK. "
F O UTZ'S
ctiuutn
TbU pMtrtton,
long tuU fiivuirtbly
known, will Uiur
ukMj rfinvigonit
brukcnHluwn and
low fpiritt-d horwi,
bjr itrrigthcniug
nnd clctntlng Ui
atomach and lo(
line.
It U a lun pr
Woullva nf 1l .Mm.
Inoirli-nt to
Hits inimKl, mch u IV SO FEVtlt, GLIMJimd,
V K li l-U W W A-
TKR. H KAVK 8,
COIMMIA, 1)13
TEWPBR. KB
VKHrt, roUNOKR
LOSS OK AI'I'K
TUB A ND VITAI
EN'KH(lY,&c. IU
Uie improvei tho
w 1 0 d , lnoroaiei
a i moot n and i
glossy ik In nnd 1
tronfnrmi the'1
niserablt ikelton Into a flne-Iookiog and ipiritod
hortu.
To kefpera of Cowt tlifi preparation ( inrilualilt.
It iucreuta the quantity aud UnpmvM tho quality
oi uu- mtiK. it not
bevn proven by ac
tual eiperimtnt to
increaao the quan
tlty of milk ond
ort'um twfiity jwr
cunt, and make tho
buttor Arm and
weet. In fiittcnlng
cuttle, It gives thrm
an HpiR'tite, loosens
int'ir niue, aim
makes tlitim thrivo
much fuster.
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers la
the Lungs, Liver.
4o., this article
atH as a sjn'cino.
11 V inittinu from r
one-half a imper
10 a pnper in a
barrel of swill the
above disf uses
will Iw eradicated
or entirely prevented. If flren In time, a certain
preventive and euro for tho Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or fi Papers for $1.
PREFAB ED BY
S. A.. FOUTZ Sz no.,
AT THEIR
flHOI,ESLE DltKJ AM) MEDICINE DEPOT,
No, 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sulo by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United SUtcs
Hol er s" & Co.,
Pi.
iigoutH, AVitynchburtf,
nov-'t'G .-ly.
GEOOERIBS!
Lafc All Persons
' (JOME TO WAYNESUUlia
To CVOt ;
CHEAP GROCER1SS
OF
COTTER 3: 1. & T A 1' I.OR.
Pninr'u:tors(il" tlic Kplviicli'l Grocery Store, fin
murly owncil liy Joseph Yeiter. "Jlr. Tiivlnr
keeps on lmncl trooil ttnpplv of the Verv liesl
StTGAK. COFFKi:, TKAS," KU'R JIOIjAH
PES. SPICES. CAlillON OIU TjA.MI'B.
LAMP ClUMNIlia SHOTS FINDINGS, Ac,
&c, nuil, In luct, ISVKHY THING usually
kept lu a first class Grouery Store.
Two doors K mt of Wilsons New Building
Oct II, 'O.-.-tf
llECMMrOWON
; NOT OF
THE TJNION
!UT OF
Isaac Hooker's
GROCERY & CONFECTIONERY!
MR IIOOPEK would still hnvchis riencls
nud patrons henr n ndnil, thut he con
timicB in thu Uioci'iy nnd ('ir.il'eetii hcry trade
at his usual place ot doing lms'incss, and that
he bus lust received
A. Fresh Supply
of tho best quality of nil nit'clcs in his line.
TOYS NOTIONS nnd n crcnt variety oi
useful articles always on hand.
PEFHESHMENTS,
In connccllon with tho nhovc, 'Mr. Hooper
keeps a Hostnurntit, where K.'JS CItKAM, ber
ries imil nil the luxuries of the seuson can bo
obtained.
The moet attractive and most popular resort
In town. Junel-t. 'tm-!v
"SHERMAN" HOUSE,"
JUST OPENED 5Y
3713. OO. J3l?&.l.Gy
POSITIVELY thu most completo Hotel In
L our town, Evcrytlilnii combined to fur
nish tho best accommodation ever yet oll'ered
to the public, .
Meals furnished at nil hours, table provid
ed with tho best of tho seuson. Also, a flue
fee rrmm mhon titled up nnd at' ached to thu
house, nnd a iiaii unrivalled for llm variety
nnd quality of its contents. Choice wines and
branilieH, j; ood whiskey, nle, lino cigars, &c.,
form a few ainonn thu prominent items.
Tnivelleis and those desirous of refreshment
will do well to call, "Tom" ulllt retains his old
reputation of nu accoimuiidatiu Kcntleman,
nml hospitable landlord, House, the ono for
merly occupied bv tho "Jlesscugcr" Olllce.
Alnyit),'(i(l.-ly. - - .
AD.UIN ISTll AT0H3' NJTIOE.
Letters nf Admiiilstrallon upon tho Eslnto
of Tni'S. Ai.Fiu.it, hitu of Jelfeison lp , Greene
Co., Pa,, .deo'd, huviii(i been uranted to tho
underslniiuil by tint Itegister of Greeno Co.,
all persons knowing themselves Indebted to
said Estate, a'a re(Uested to., pay tho sumo,
nnd thoso having claims against said Estate
aro reouoste.l to present thuni duly ntuheutl
cated lor settlemeut. ,
Louisa Ai.fiikh,
I. N. C'AiiKr,
Dec, 8, 18(lfl.ot. Admr's. '
di it 12 u X v. ii o ii s i; ,
Jefferson, Greene County," Fouii'ii.
MRS. R, J. lWMCIARNER, rrnprictrui.
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP THIS
well known establishment, Mrs. Bum
OARNi'.u Is prepared to furiil.li lmbrt to tho
tfavellltiff public Tlio TAHLK always sup
pllod wild tho choicest deliaacies. tho BAU
with the finest Wines and Liquors, good sleep,
lug npurtnieiits, and an abundauce of stable
room sttuohnd to tlio premises, v Public
patronngo solicited May 28, '00. -1 y, 1
FINANCIAL.
A man without money Is liko '.ho t'llliwim
Uihij-s, aceordliiic to our exeilo.ice ud ohser-
valiuu ;
Like body without a soul,
I
Like a wagon with, nit a polo,
Liko a thres'.iur without a Hall,
like a ship without a sail,
like a lever without n prop,
Liko a drunkard without a d-op,
, Liko a church without a preacher,
Liko a schoool without a toucher,
Like a hunter without a i jii,
Ll! s day without a sun,
Like a mill without a wheel,
Liko auegio without a heel,
Like n poet without a sonnet,
Liko a woman without a bonnet,
Ll'.ce a made bereft of her tongues tip,
AVho cannot join In tho gossip,
A pair of spurs without tho rowels,
An alphabet without tho vowels, .
In the matter as far as his feelings go,
He feels liko a girl without a beau.
II.
If a man fails to haro money tho following
things generally occur : . .
Tho men all doubt hhn,
Tho women all rout hhn.
The children nil scout hhn,
The men call lilra green,
Tho women call him mean,
The children c ill him lean,
A m ral to bo drawn fro.n our o'j3crva
tions :
Tho root of all evil is love for tho pelf.
But want o It, li lends. is the devil himself
V VHNISIl FOR SHOES.
Tt:a-i..,i .!.. .an n, ,,n..ni.
lowlier of shoos for tlio purposo of keep
ing them soft: it rota tho leather and
admits dampness more readily. It is
better to mako a varnish thus:
Put half a pound cf gum ehellao,
broken up in small pieces., in a quart
linttln nr iit nnvpr if uotb nlenhnl. nnik
" '
it tight and put it on n shelf in a warm
place; shake it well several tunes a day,
then add a pieoo ot gum camphor as
largo as a hen's egg; shake it well, and
in a fotv hours shako it again and add
mi.nminn 1.1 li m n ll net . i f iliu nlonliol
is trood, it will bo dissolved in three
days; then shako nnd ne. If it gets
J
too thick, add nUiohol pour out two or
three teasnoontiil.s in asaucer, and apply
1 ...
it with a paint brush. If the materials
aro all good, it will dry in about fivo
minutes, and ivill bo romovod only by
wearing it off, giving it a tine gloss
almost equal to patent leathur.
Tim advantage of this preparation
above others, is that it does not Ptrike
into tho leather and mako it h ird. but
remains on the suvlaon nnd yet excludes
the water almost perfectly. Tho s line
Iireparation is ndinirablo for hnrnea'.nnd
does not noil when
black mitxuros do.
touched as lamp
During tho visit of Congressmen to
New Orleans throo men soti?htan intro
duction to 15en. Wade, nnd stated to
him that they wcro rebels, had bnnn
from tho first, nnd intended to remain
do. Senator WaJo reply: 'Well, gentle
men, I atn happy to mnet you, 11s you
nro tho first rebels I have seen since tho
war closed, tho bal incn of tho Southern
prop'o claiming to bo Union men. Now
tell mo, if you pleaso, how did you three
nu n nianige to carry through such a
dreadful war ngiinst the government,
nnd keep it, np for fmr long years by
yourselves V The rebuke was silently
received by tho rebels and the crowd.
A Satiskactoiiy Exim.ana riox. A
tangible reason why tho stars didn't
shoot last month a advertised. The
awkward mistake s explained as follows:
When tho mologietio tomperatnro ot
tho horizon is such na coloricise tho im
pcricnt indentation of tho hemisphere
analogy, tho cohesion of tho borax cur
hiatus became surcharged with in6ni
tpsimals, wh'ch are thereby virtually de
prived of thu'i' flssural disquisitions.
This effected, nnd a rapid change is
produced in tho thoramnber of tho gym
pastictisttis palerinm. which can es a
oonvactihir in tho hexagonnl antipnthes
of tho torrostrium aqua versnla Clouds
then beonmo a mass of deod itoniized
speenho of ceremooular light, which can
only bo accn when it is visiblo
Tub Qukstioh Sgtn.ed Tho Sn
picmo Court of tho Unitod Slates has
formally rendered its opinion that Con
gress has no power to authorise tho tri
al of a citizen not in tho military or na
val sorvioo by a military court where
and whilo tho ordinary courts of law
aro open and in operation.
Puna.' observe.! a vmm ..robin oi
tender yars to his fond parent, 'docs ,
tho Lord know everything ;
'Yes, my son,' replied the hopeful ;
'but why do you ask that question 1'
'Reeanso onr prenehor, when ho prays,
is ro loner telling the Lord everything, I
thought he wasn't postod.' Tho parent
reflected.
Advi'ie is like snow, tho softer it falls
the longer it dwells upon, nnd the deep
er it sinks into thu mind.
Why is the IturtinucAN like a tooth
brush! Because everybody should
have one ot his own, and not borrow
his neighbor's.
DiNoliitiou or I'artucrnlicp.
rpUR partnership horotoforc existing between
i uko. k. juinou ann u k.. kvans, umier
Ihe stvlo nt UUO. li. MINOR & CO.. Is this
day illssolvod by tlio withdrawal of Geo. 15.
Minor from said Arm. Tho business of anld
firm will bo settled by L. K Kvaus, who alone
Is authorized to collect nil dubts and pay all'
ludobtodness of said firm.
GEO, R MINOR,
'., ' , ' I K. EVANS.
tcc. 4, 1800. '
I rconmmond my former partner L. K.
Evans to tho formor customers of tho Into
dim for contlntiauco of their patronage
docll GEO. E. MINOR
iuiufW' (Column.
in i,. ii ' .' "- i.i 11 ! . i
From tho N. Y. Obiurver.
SUGGESTIONS FOU JANUARY.
0 Jiumary I Itulcr n. tho ycarl
I'liy Boaticred hair, with sleet like ashes filled,
Thy breath uououlvd upou thy lips, thy
cheeks
Filugcd with u beard madii white w ith other
suows
Thin those of age, thy forehead wrapped In
clouds.
1 love ihee, all unlovely as thou semi'st.
L'OWI'UR.
As stunmcr i the timo to labor in tho
fieKl anil cotisii!iini:ite improvement, so
w'utcr is n proper cricil for farmers
anil gardi!i.crs to tliiuk ami plan for fu
ture operations. In many localities,
cold weather nud deep suow prevent do
ing miytliing of much account oat of
door, while In Oilier places, something
may bo done ru tlio farm, or in the
garden, quite as . well as at any oiler
season ot'lhe year.
Tito chief business on firms is to
tako care of domestic animals. When
a farmer has stored a huudred dollars'
worth of hny tor his stock, ono import
ant item of his husiiuss will be to con.
'vert that hay into n ore than one hund'
red dollar' worth of meat, milk, or
wool. If a hundred dollars' worth of)
hny be fed out, and the uuiinals th.it
consumo it are worth no more that.
they were when the fooMeiiii'' season
'"""'nt'iicoJ, tlw system of manngeraei.t ,
" dc-feotive and non-paying fonuin- j
' 1,18 coarsy " a'"1 ull,cr T0 i
I of t,lu l'ri". cooiifinically and with a:
' rutercuce lo tntme profU, wil!xr-or.stitute
, e important item ol labor tyr tl.e pres-
: Cllt niOtltll.
Milch cows should be well taken care
of, or they cannot bo expected to give
1 a bountiful supply ot milk. Soon
alter
a oow bus finished eating, she wants to
j drink. II alio yields a large quantity of
! Ill) k. lin ri'flllllH morn WJlwl- lll'lll a
, dry ccw, or tin ox.
For want of a ' necessary supply cf
..
wa'ef, in win'er, cows frequently be -
j come 'nearly dry, Iu order to maintain
I .... .... ..i
! a t nil How ot milk, cows should be
well
watered at least three times Junrg tho
twenty -four 1101113.
Horses that are not worked, or exer- !'f';vonuui; t.iem iioni we.innsou:wIu'udrag
. , . , , , . ; glna down slcnp.-!. sh.ir. Ac.
wsedin some way, every day, should) 'the Dupl-x Ellipilc is a great favorite wiih
havo Ihe benefit of a yard, where they ! "l''l';",''i''and .Is unlvorsall) recommemled bv
, , . .. : 1 Hie l'.islnon Jlaun'ii h as the standard skht
can travel itrmind tor several hours each , tt hc fnshionable world.
day. Ii is exeeedinnlv iniurious lo any
, . . , . , ,, , .
horse to ue tied 111 Ihe sti.ll, day tiller
day, without any exercise. And it
I jurcs a young horse far more than an
o!d one, as loi g standing slilleus the
Hll I ,
abs ot a young 1111111ml and cause
them to swell, do that ho will nfier a few
years, movo like an old slasr. When
a llOI'e'O is used Cllly OllOU or twice ill tho
dt 1 1 111 . 1
awcek.be should be turned
loo.e not tied by tho head in a largo
box stall, so that he can move around.
LL'tli.r take down the partition between
two ir now .'tails, so thai a horso may
have ample space for turning around,
tha.i to keep him tied, day a'ler day, in
a narrow st i I.
Iu many instances sheep rccd to bo
scjiaiatcd i:it 1 .'iiiall flocks. Sotiu times
ttf.w yearlings, lambs mid old sheep
may be placed in 0110 yard, wh'U'o they
can be fed a small quantity of grain, or
roots, daily. In soma flocks there may
bo half a score of poor ewes, which aro
pushed around by tho stronger sheep
and deprived of their allowance of i'ed.
Unless they receive proper enro and
feed, their lambs wi.l bo small and weak,
their fleeces thin and light, and, iu ma
ny instances, they become so poor, bo
fore spring, that when oneo down, they
can never rise again. There is uo
profit iu keeping sheep j.oor, nor in try
ing lo winter poor sheep.
Swino rcquiro a warm place to sleep
111, and plenty to eat. Theso two items
embrace about all that needs to bo said
with reference to them, after a good
breed has been secured. It is always
poor policy to feed store hogs, or fat
tening swiuo, wholo grain.
Domostio fowls ot ull kinds require
attention during cold weather. They
often suffer exceedingly lor want ot wa
ter, and of gravel of suitable si.o for
macerating their food. It is always
boiler, and far more economical, to
1 11 1 1 1 ... .. . 1. . : i. J
b" 1,1,1 u" ,n,,H 01 uworo " luu
t0 tow's 1 "" '' cpouially so iu
thoso localities where there is 110 small
sharp grnyel to which birds can have ae.
cess.
Now is tho time to select plans for
erecting buildings next season. It now
buildings tiro to be erected, study tho
plans and procure tho lumber, that it
may bo thoroughly seasoned beforo it is
used .
Seed grain may bo exchanged, or
pnourod from distant pai ls of tho eouti-l
try. It now implements nro to bo pur
chased, it is bolter lo procure thoin two
mouths before they aro to bo used, than
to bo obliged to wait tor them after tho
lime has airlvod when thoy aro to bo
used.
As tho now year commences, let a
new and improved system of farm man
agement be iunuguruled, both iu tho
baiu and in the Held.
TODAY,
Away, and tako thy rusting plow I
Upturn tho fcrtllo.llelds of clay!
Thoro li no llaio for toll but now
. .' ,THo promise leant bcyoud to-da r I .
THE piU STORM
HAS i33TJ3C1E3T?1
A. HEDGE & iSON
Havo Just j received a New block lit
JJOOTS'AND SHOES,
IIAT3 AND CAVS,
COLLARS, NECKTIES, GLOVES, HOSI
ERY, TRIMMINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
We hsv just received a large assortment of
the latest kind of ready made
BOOTS AND SHOES
which we can warrant to wear, and do good
service. j
AUo a few Low Priced rooM and Shoes ,
which wc will not warrant bought expressly to '
compete with onr nfishlmrs. I
Ji'ia't tail U)cu if you wsnt to tee cool
arti.'dcs In cur line of trade. It will cost nutU
ini to look at tb'-m.
Remember the place. "Allison's Building,
oppj-itc the Court II ,u-o."
Wayntsliurj, Shy 2, tf.
LATE5TFASUI(JNs1jemTs7ij
' J BlWlJeV'S Celebrated
Patciit
DEPLEX ELLIPTIC
(OH IxjVULi: sPP.LVG,
I in. T .
' 1 III: t r
Tin; V ,!,,
; fort '-.r..;
'.-. i.'.i ;i
u'.a.'iy in .i.i
Thy:. u'i.T '
fir j.roi.v-r.-'.r
cm Lu !! It
ii. '... . -
u ui";
i oxs, j i muJ.
' '-' t. r'ic '.r
Jt':e a -:t-i!v i.'.'i r.v :
.MUSilll D'irV f.a liV.;.1,v. I
m.l fi.nr. 1 i-t ' ' .
j A lady h w. er.i y . l i.. .
! In tfrt.-. (iinvrli'.';0''''t -arir
j pli-x Elliptic Sleel S;.ritj Siin ' Ur.
will never nferw-.r-N wi.:
1'" r. --l1'"- -v'
, J.uuies Inev are u;Ti'.r lo a.i a
' They will r.ot bin 1 i.r break i:Se
Fi,ri!1:-'- l:U,1 wl preserve th.-ir r.
tiwelul siciiis h n time r f-ur
; fklrts will have been thrown aide as iiKi;.
" . T I
'',l'""i;s are covered with double anil t L:-;
I ed Iiii'i ad, and the bottom rods -ire n..l o-'.r I
doutile sprltus, but twie (or donbU covered- i
' !'"'"-v. ""' '"Howinsr inestimablo mTvan-
ii'.nes in I iiiioliiic
j Ted inaiiufaeiiire
v:..: superior nualitv, lior
filylirth shapo and tlnisli,
llexiliilliy, (hiiiibllitv.'coiut'ort nnd econnmv,
I'll, it 1 ii'i 1 I, ii T r lil III l.'V'C 11.. I.MI1..
tie, or Double Spring Skirt and be sure "you
get the ncniiinc article.
f'AITloV' 'I'.. .........1 1..... I !!....
I -.,. .w.i. iw miiiin ii;;miiim lllilMI.-ll lull
. . particular to :nmci, thai skirteoffiwl as
I'l. l'LKX"h:ive the red ink Mmno. viz -J
W, Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs,"
upon the waistbnnd--none others iireirciuilnn.
Als" Notice llmteviry Hoop will ndn.it n pin
'"-wi 11 roiiLo ine cenire. 1 111s reveal-
j U.e two (or double) snrbms hniided to.
trethcr therein, which is the secret of their
licxiiiimy nnd strength, and a combination not
to Im found in any other Skirt.
For sale in all hto-cs where first class skirts
nre sold thioiighout the United States nnd
elsewhere.
Jlaaul'..etiui d bv the Sole Owners of tho
Patent, Wr.STS.'liUAnr,ICYifc(!AI5Y,
!)" Chambers & 7!) & f I Reade Sts , N. Y.
Oct. 10 'lili-am
P. M. (ilUMEjS & CO,,
LATEST ARRIVAL!
FALL AND WINTER STOCK!
O'JOIIT HI2FOH1? TITIO "ADVANCE IN
PIUUES, TO SUIT EVEKY110DY.
(m It RAT BiUlUAiKS L
x r y .ICSr o o 3.f3!
TIIEabovoflnn, located at White Cottage,
Greeno county, Pa., tako pleasure In nn
nounciii( to their friends and the public that
tin y have nnd aro receiving from the eastern
cities a largo stock of staph) and limey, for
eign and domestic DltY GOODS ANI") NO
TIONS. This stock consist s of Calicoes, Do
lalnes, Cassiinercs, Tweeds, Handkerchiefs,
Luces, II op Skirts, Tickings, Linens, Bleach
ed nnd Drown Muslins, Gloves and Hosiery,
Gents' Cravats and Tics, Collars, Jaconclts
and Can brics, Ladies Drees Goods,
Ready Made Clothing,
Pools Soes, OrOccrics.j Hardware, Qnccns
ware, Dyo Stalls, &c., ifcc.
Also, which they will sell ns low ns possi
ble to cash buyers or for country produce, nt
such rates ns will enable them to mako a living-
Pleao remember this Is the old firm of P.
M. Gltl.YIES. They have got a new bouse,
new linn, and the lust of all new coons.
Sept. IKfiii.-tf.
Exchange Ho'tel
Greo r sl30 r o,
J. W II I?N, Proprietor.
TN INVITING THE PUDLICto his pnlrnn-
1 age, the undersigned feels confident, that j
hy Ids long experience, ho will bo enabled to
render satistactlon lo nil. lie guarantees the
best acconuiiodalious both to imui nnd beast.
May Io.'tiS-Iy J. W. UAUN.
u,iv.i;sih;iuj .makrle & s ro.E
WORK.SI
STILL conlinue to cany on tho Marblo nnd
Htouo cutting business at their long estab
lished stand iiniuediately East of the Public
Mnarc, Main Street, Way nesburg.
This establishment has been hi constant
oncratlon slnro I8ll!l, and the long experience
aiil energy of tho proprietors, linked with tho
orerciso of sound judgment and good I auto,
hvo won for tliem a wide spread and envlahlo
reputation. ' An extensive stock of the varloua
vprietles of tho best marblo kept constantly on
hand. Special nt'eflon paid to polishing,
ptesslng, ourving nt' engraving.
All ordo' ut I tilled. .
Desembcr 23, 18(13.
T.W.ROSS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
f FFICK In Jewell's bulldlna-. 1 . West end of
U Mata street, Wayncsburg pa eU,-tf. (
mm i inmiT.
"ISyoarsestnlillshcd In N. Y.
i City,"
"Only lii'alUble remedies known."
Tree twin Poisons." ' ,j
' Not damierous to the Human Family."
"Rats como out of Ihelr holes to die' , .
"Costah's" Rat. Roach, Ac,, ExTmu'a"
Is a paste used for Rats. Mice, Roaches, , , u
ltlack and Rod Ants, Ac, &c. .'
"C'OST.IK'S" lino lll'O F.XTKRHIXAToii '-"'
Is a liquid r Wash used tri lUstroy, i: ,
snd uUo us a preventative for Bed-Bugs, ,
&c. "t
"Ci8Tab'" Elkctric Powd: For Insects
Is for Sloths, Slosriuitors, Fleas, Bob. i
Bugs, Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, ,, ,
Jcc. i '
5T ! .' 1 Bkwakk ! I ! of all worthless Iml-. ,.
taiions.
j-Si e that ,,Costa,s" name Is on each
Box. Bottle and Flask, before you buy. . , ,
trAddrcis, IIESRT R. UISTAR. . " ' '.
44 Broadway, N. Y
erld la Waynesburg, Pa., . ,i
rlly Roberts A Co: ,' '
And M DrujcUa aud Retailers everywhere
"COST L E 8
CILLH-IIED
BHKTHORS S1LVB,-
For Cutf. B-rr.i Brnlt. WomiJs. Bids. '
Cancr. Br ?a Be:.s. Sore yipf'ka. B!i-
ir.;. B,:r.J i 1 Piinfal K-n : Scrofulous,
P::ri) zzi U c z'iCmt'l S.wu: tTcers.
FiclAr Sw'Ij:?. Kpl5?c Ctruaeoa
A.f'j c, lCnr-"fT3. 1 h. C'r. Bcnioat,
.'...'..'. ..i.".. Ac : On; ptJ Iti3U. Lip. &.;
'i'Cr-i fA s; Mrt. lz.if.-j. Atisjus. Ac , Ac
IT?: t. i Vi .. Ukl 1 isxsi.
ti-.i i r.r ill Dnr.'U -Tj-wbtf-tj-Xzd
br Huii" 15. Coi-i- Dtpea tH
Biwii t. X. Y.
tr.l.t.1 J:t Sxierj t Ox, WsTiwiori,
t'.n. i
COSTA R '
L'IVEItSAL
ovn Solvent,
For Corns, Puniohs, Warts, &c L ' ''
ffylloxes, 85 cts., fill cts., and 91 siror.. ,;,,
tirSold by all Dru rglsls everywhero.
fryAnd by Hkmbi' H. Costar, DejX)t 484
Broadway, N. Y.. . , .
jAnd by Hobor'.s & Cj., Waynesburg,J
Punn'i.. ' ' '
i.J
)
"COST AH'S" u
I'llia-AUATlON or 1 ' ;
Bitter-Sweet
AND
0RArGe BLOSSOMS
( F01 Beautifying the Complexion. 1
Used to Soften nnd beautify the Skin, : re
move Freckles. Pimples, Eruptions, &c. . '
Ladies arc now using it in preference to all
others. .
(jTllotth'S; ft.
(KTEold bv all Druggists ovcrywhoro.- '"
tJ-And by Hi.niiy It. CosTAn, Depot 484
lhoadway, N. Y. . .
tirAnil by Huberts & Co., Wayncsburg,
Penn'n.
" COSTAR' S"'! .
l'KCTORAI.
Cough Remedy,
For Couirhs. Colds. Hoarseness. Bora Throat.
Croup. Vvhooplng Cough, Influenza- Asthma,
Consumption, Kronchiul Alleotlons, . and all
diseases of the Throat and Luligs.
(vT'llottles, LTi cts., no cts., and 1 slzos, ' '
CjrSnld by nil Druggists everywhere.
e-jrAnd by IIhshv It. Cos r Ait, Depot 484
Broadway, N- "V. '
K3uAud' by ltoberts & Co., Waynoiburp,
Pcnn'a.
i.i.'f:
"COSTAR '. S . ,
CELK1IUATKR , I . .((
Bishop Pills,
A UNIVEnSAL DINNER PILL," !
Eor Nervous and Sick Headache, Costlvcness;
idlgestlon. Dyspepsia, Dlliousness, Consump
tlon Diarrhea, Colics, Chills, Fevers, and
general dernngomcnt of the Digestive Organs,
Ho.xcs, 25 cts., 00 cts,, $1 sizes; .
Sold by all Druggists every whore. ' 1
And by Malta It, Costau, Depot' 484
Broadway, N. Y. j .
And by Boborti & Co., WayftciDarg,
Pa.. . mi. i . . ; a .'t m. ...
.OT.14,fM.-8mi li ;i1 !ltlll I
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