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TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1863
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A 1 A TO tK Puolt IIoi.SK Wo
tjwiil opr firt visit to the Poor House
ft" h,;riMlrty J was shown tlir6'uh
BHI1"JS. 'liich wc wrb glitd to' find
i U commodious nnd every way conifer
UUo., We coiifiisi! tlmt olif prejudices
gainst this method of administering to
' tHe wants of paupers were rill reluovcd
by our visit. Tho paiipers, of vhom
there are quite n nuniher of nil doserip
" Hons and conditions, deemed to bo as
Contented and happy in their different
apartment, us though they were heirs
'fco tlm mqiinif nr..-i. r .1 .;
-"v hiiui uwm milUII Ml 11119
11 eontentment is ntributublo to the kind
ness, nnd rood management of the keeper,
...... sxii.viis, aim ma nmiauie
, And agreeable family. Improvements
'bn the Turin re rapidly being made and
yvcify thing gfves -evidence that tho
insiitutiou will provb every way satisfac
tory. ill m M i . . A . 1 1 f I
Bkmooiuts Hkkkabouts would bo do
.lighted tosce all the dratted republicans
go to the army so as to insure tho cop.
perheads a fair sail into olllue this fall.
Unidn ballots annoy them much more
than rebel bnllels. They keep well out
of range of tho bullet, but every Union
ballot kills a pecesh.. . t,
Attkntiom, Cosscitirra and every body
"lie. Our enterprising brother eonscaipt
ml by the , way, brother widower,
:too, Johmii Poirricii, na still doing n
"thriving trade in tho dry goods business.
-,Joe" has a good store and "knows how
to keep it." He is a stern, inflexible
Union man notwithstanding that he was
drifted, is a faithful friend and an ac
commodating merchant, and deserves
' tthe pnf.ron.igo of all good customer!. Ho
Ihas leagued, that all successful business
Mien advertiso their business. See his
v card in another column.
, UoU'8 AT JIO.UK A(!,1N. Wc WCI'0
agreeably surprised, on Wednesday last
to recognize the agreeable countenance
otynryomijOt and patriotic friend, Robert
A. layers', in town' once more. IIo is
or.e of a detail from thu, 8th Ifcsg. Re
serves to organize the dnftpd men at
the Pittsburg rendev'ous, prior to their
joining tho ol.l rcgiin mU. Robert cm
braced ait oppartanity to visit his friends
liere. lis is in good health.
'T;iH Pus ' IS MKIIITlKIl TllXH TIIK
S.vo:ti.'-We have rej.Mve.l, through tho
courtesy of Ilickitv' Mixkr, wholesalo
and retail Hook seller, Stationer and
New Oilier,- 7t & 73 Fifth street,
PiUs'itirilfi, P.i , a cir l oiataiiiing ore
doV.en of Miner'. .Muniiiiiiiiu Pen ; price
Slots. We hive triuj these paas and
find them a superior nrticlo.
' , :
' Litkiiauy. The ladies of the, Piiiuax
LtTBitAitY Socmrv gave a public enter
lainnumtrlii t'ollege Chapel on Thursday
evening last, .which did thorn groat cred
it. We congratulate the Phileans on
their conplete,succss. They seem do
itermined to excel, and "whore there u
a will there is a; way."
v Mi-si.m are prostrating the Volun
teers by( hundreds, tho hospitals are
crowded with them. Soldiers, bo warn-
ed in time. Ifallomy's I'illttwo positive
ly infallible in the euro of this disease i
occasional doses of them will preserve
the heajth. eyen nndor the greatest expo
sures. Only 25 cents per box. 221
DlSTIIKHSlNf Act'IUKNT. Ml'.' J. D.
Tiioiirsox,- undertaker to do tho wood
work on the Publio School House hero,
fe) from tho second story of that building
on Tuesday last and injured himself very
evorely. He i a resident of Cumber
Hand tp. and is a very excollcnt me'ehan
i nnd lisefui' citizen.. . '" '
. To'sii if a girl is amiable step on her
dress in ii ball room. '
LIST OF LETTERS -
JH'flburg, reen County, Pa., August
JV-fMista I:ucinda Karker.,
.. F Wi li'am i'nnk.
,t. f Uaiscjii-Hufrman.' '
fSW Pen oiig' ctlling for these letters,
ill nlensc m'pntlon ' tho data of the list
In'whiuh t uiy are advertised. :..
wiaeo iKinrs liom 7 A. M. to 8.V V.
' ' L. K.U VANS, P.M.-;
ill Grwiim'l'iAl'n Pn An 1Viilmr mni'n.
Jug tho 17th ut,; Mnj. tmhkxtL in tho
' AT llnr T .... ... -... '. 1' '' . .
. " - 'jiT V ' "y"10 ;w j go one
.. , c ' - i OI
'! U :-irl. l , i . 1 ; I .'. '
oyei mar tni;lioit ' oonti lonoa of overy
fctodi 'Vortuntf booomitijf adversi, ho
Hf jraJiiaaj to bmkruptoy and flo'd ' to
tfjf 01 to rofriovq his tatu,nos., but
W-tm iittwvoni'ng". ho strugjled a
gJ f tt'n' return'od 'after, a number
W9ai w hu mtivo country whoro ho
At1 rti.uao j Wiivnoshu'rg, on
IP- - 'MM,
mMM din Wednesday nt the
rj'flCltiifcl, the burial
PROII M LIST OF Till JKFFKB8QX AC
KKTLTl UAL FAIB Fott 1NJ.
Best 8 yr old stiillion,
2d (U do
host brood inarc
Best draught Iiono
2d do do
Judges. Zadook Gordon, 'William
Stewart, J. C. Flenuiken.
IJest 2 yr old horse colt,
do do do
I Jest 2 yr old mare colt
do do do
Host yearliug horso cult,
2d do do
lie.st yearling mare colt
2d do do ,
lie.st spring horse colt
2d do do
Uest spring maro colt
2d do do
Judges Jacob Greenlee, Johti Dow
lin, Hiram IJell.
Uest pair inatchod horses
2d do do
Uest single harness horse,
do do do
Uest riding animal
Dest trotting animal 15 00
2d do do 5 00
Uest pacing animal, 10 00
2d do do 4 00
Judges. Georgo Moredock, Jacob
Lougneeker, Payette county, Reed Rig
gle, Washington county.
Uest 2 yr old bull
2d do do
Uest yearling bull
Uest bull calf, (G mos. old)
Judges. Mark Gordon, Jeremiah
Long, Silas Barnes.
Uest cow 3 00
2d do do 2 00
Uest 2 yr old cow or heifer 2 00
do do do 1 00
Uest yenrling heifer 2 00
do , do I 00
Uest heifer calf (0 mos old) 1 00
Uest yoke of oxen 4 00
2d do do 2 00
Uest beef animal 2 00
2d do 1 00
Judges Isaac Riddle, Eli Long, I. F
Rest Spanish buck G 00
2d do do 3 00
Uest yearling buck 3 00
2d do do 2 00
Rest buck lamb, 2 00
Ue.st grade buck 3 00
Judges. James Ross, Washington
county; Moses Morton, Ellis Uaily..
Rest ewes, (G in number) 5 00
2d do do 2 00
Uest lot of lambs (G in number) 3 00
Uest lot of fat sheep, 10 iu number 3 00
Judges. Abel Evans, Washington
county; Morgan Wise, James Kea.
Best boar 2 00
2d do 1 00
Uest Rrood Sow
Rest litter of pigs
2d d. 1 01
Judges John Clayton, Michael Mo
Govern, Thomas Altree.
2d . ; do
Best lot of hens
Julges Dr. W. R. Gilbraith, W.u D.
D. I Sogers, Dr. S. Colver.
Best homrmmlu red flannel (3-f yd wide)
10 yuHk 2 00
Uest pair btmkdfl, homemade
2d do do do
Best factory blanket ''
Judges Wm. Hlack, Wni. A. Tortcr, Jns.
Best pnir of boots, -Best
cslf skin Umued,
Bust si le of upper leather
Best side of sole leather
Best double harness '
Best side saddle, . r:
Best man's saddle
Jiulgcit-Tomih FHiindolph, Sam. McCallls
tcr, Jolin Bradley.
Bust drcps coat I 00
Bust punts .,. AO
Best Vest ' ' " ' CO
Judges John Pryor, Joshua Phillips, KlcU
ardMoflU. litut enrriago, exhibited by manufacturer 8 00
Best buggy 2 00
Best farm wngmt 4 00
Best ant . 1 00
Uest wheel barrow '
Uest two horse plow
" corn plow
Uest harrow .
Uest feed cutter'
Uest grain cradle
Uest mowiug machine,
Judges Solomon Hogo, John
uel, Wm. Cree, Sr.
Best bed stead
Best washing uinchlno .
, 1 00
' 1 1 00
, 2 00
-' ' .TiO
" r so
Best set of chairs . ;
Best churn :
Bent marble work.
I lust cook Ing stove '. '." 1 ' .
Best parlor stove ."" ""
Bust, pair dmuglitrVhaln ,. , k.. , ... ,
Best ax iUM . I
Bo sfdde,: made by exhibitor, . ' J ." ;
Best shovel nmde by exhibitor,
Best mnuuro fork, do . do '
Boat hay fork, do do
Judgus-Dnvld Hose, Johu Snyder,
'Best barrel of flour, j 00
Best corn brooms, 1-2 dozen no
Best honey, S pounds, ' B0
Best sugar cane molasses, gallon, no
Best Sorghum sugar, pau,urt, i 00
Judges John noytt, lamuel Sedgwick,
Augustus MlHef. '
Rest coverliil, a q()
2d do l 00
Best wh'te imllt,
-a r W -'1!S 'A ' 1 1 "0
Judges-MrsMf.'Fiilton.Slrs. Xf. Roll,
Mrs. P. Noel, Mary Crane, Sarah Rlack,
I Judges Miss Fanny Long, .Miss Nau
I v ll...,ii..) t..,.,l;.... I. I....
Uest pair woolen hose 5.
2d do do 25
Uest pair cotton hose . 50
2d do do 25
Rest socks 25
" cotton socks 25
Judges Mrs. Rcnjamin Way, Mrs.
Isaac Randolph, Mrs. Isaac Bursou.
Uest piece of home made carpet 1
yd wide, (l() yards) 2 Oo
do do do 1 00
Restpiece homemade linen, 10 yds 1 00
2d do . do 50
Judges. Mrs. Wm Stewart, Mrs.
Thomas Sharpneck, sr.Mrs. Abraham F.
Uest bonnet, 1 oo
2d do 5o
Uest made dress, -. 1 00
2d do do )()
Uest made shirt, ji)
Judges. Mrs. Caroline McCollister,
Mrs. Jane Hamilton, .Mrs. Albert Richie.
Uest lady's collar, Hi)
Rest undersleeves, 5,1
Rest pocket handkerchief 51)
Uest silk embroidery 50
" tapestry f,o
Uest lamp mat ;,o
Stand cover fio,
Uest hearth rug 5$
Judges Miss Mary Flenuiken, Eliza
beth LinUsey, Ellen Richie. I
Uest collection of flower 1 00
Uest designs ,50 .
Uest cactus i0
' boquet ,10
..,1 r: !.... 111 1
((ims uises uirj.w jjiack, Jiartha
IJayard, Lucy V. Inghrain.
Uest peaches 75
2d do 25
Uest quinces jjq
do marmalade ')
do quince jelly 50
do apple' do at)
do grape do 51)
do currant jolley, 50
Judges Mrs. Johu Dowlin, Jr., Mrs.
Sam Bayard, Mrs John Roll, Jr.
Uest loaf of bread ;o
do light cakes 150
do pound cake ,r,Q
do sponge caku 5;)
do fruit cake 50
do cucumber pickles 5 )
do preserved corn 50
Judges Mrs. Joseph Randolph, Mrs.
Dr. Rogers, Mrs. John Cotterol.
Uest butter, G lbs flo
do cheese. 12 lbs, 50
do solid soap 50
Judges Mrs. Daniel Moredock, Mrs.
R. C. lloulswoiih, Susan Lindsev.
Uest selection of apples, " 1 00
do do 30
Uest specimen of apples (1 peek) 50
2d do do 25
Uest collection of pears. 50
do collection of plums i 50
do ' do quinces . : r0
.udges Thomas Ross, Thomas Mc
Clcnntli.m, Judgo Pollock.
jjest specimen ot when, 1 ()0 1
do . do corn so
do do Ryo 50
do do Oats .SO
do do Barley ,r,0
do do swi et potatoes 50
do 'dolrish do 50
do ' do beets, 1-2 bushel 50
do do pumpkins 50
do do cabbugu . 51)
Uest collection garden vegetables 1 00
2d do do do .r()
.udges. Hugh Montgomery, John
Uell, Sen., Benjamin Crall.
Best Female Equestrian 5 01
2d do do 3 00
Judges Jacob Rush, John Flenuiken,
OT TAKEN YET.
JOHN BKADLGY & SON
STILL continue tho Saddle and Hames
making buslnos In all Its branches, nt th
old stand, nearly opposite tho Bank, hi Way
nesburg, Snddlos, Harness, Bridle., Collars
lhirse l)iiisliis. Cnrrv Comlm '1Vhv..I1Iii,
and Trunks, and everything needed liy the
iiiiinuumii iiuu lariuiT. niuc.s lis low U9 Itliy
lu the market, and goods that cannot he beat.
MONEY 1 MONEY I I
All. persons Indebted to tho old firm are rc-
3 nested to call and settlo bet'oro tho 1st of
unuiiry n tho old accounts must be elgsed.
Dec. 2nd '(J2.-t-f.
Piano and ITIcIoilcon Agency
EDWARD WILKIN'S, j
AUENT for the sale of the best macla Bos
ton riuno Fortes, Melodeons, &e., has'
established hhnself at
SMITH'S NEW IRON IILL,
WBshlngton, Washington County, Pa., where
ho Is prepared to furnish Instruments, miido
to order by tho best artists In America, and at
tho lowest manufacturer's prices, lie wsr-
nmlM nilnh Tnatrtlmrtnt fnn flun ....n.Hi ..m ....
..... v.w.. ...v. I.I..U..,. ... ,.,u ti.ii, n, i,iit VII-
gagos to keep It tuned oneyenr freo of charge,
icsburg, June 15, 1803. ly,
A LOT In Jacksonville, Greene county; Pa,,
containing twelve town lots, AO feet by.
850 fcetcach, having eroded thereon a Frame
Two Story Dwelling House, 1 8 by 4t (act, wllji
a Btijry and a half kitchen iitutuli(l, and a
good frame Stable, 20 by at) feel, There aro,
also, over fifty your- Apple trees-rchnloo
fruit on the lot, and other fruit trees. Pos
session to be given on tho Ut of October, 18(i:i.
For further InfnriUaUon, nail on the subscri
ber at Jacksonville. LUTHER AXTELL.
Wnynesburg, Pa., July 14, 18i!:i.-l)l,
RANK NOTlOEI-rrTuo Stockholders of the
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' HANK OF
WAYNIlSpUWilu (iroeno county. Pa., will
"indy t the nct legislature of the Slate, for
an extension, of charter, for H19 term nf fifteen
years frum the expiration of Its present term,
Tho location, corporate name nnd privileges,
nnd amount of capital stock, to wit 1 ono hun
dred and filly thousand dollars, to be tho mime
ns under Its present clmrior. ' '.
By order of the Hoard. J. LA ZEAR,
AVuynesburit, Juno 80. Guilder.
Uest fancy quilt
Uest scrap quilt,
K N A B E
& C O'S
MADK by WM. KsAlllO Ho.. Ilaltiiuorc,
still ahead ot titdiway, and all others
made in this -imtiy. Head tlin t'nlluwiug
tcsliiuiiiiUls of their supcflnrity over nil 'others:
I have ereat . plcasuro In c'l i tifyin Hint I
lmve tried ) our S(piare 1'lnnos, anil lind them
f(ual, If not superior, to any in this (Hiiuiiry.
Among their ijreat qimlitles, which distinguish
them, Is the evenness of tone, the ngreruhlu
niiil cusy touch, nnil voluuiu of tone. AVish
ing you till the success you so highly deserve,
1 am, sir, yours, very truly.
Though not personally ncipininled with you,
lUllonJ-) inu much pleasure to make you a
communication, 'which, us a strict friend of
juslice and candor,! cannot withhold from you.
On u reeciil visit to I'hlladelphia, 1 had tint
pleasure of piu lorniing 1111 one of your l'iauos,
and to my astonishment, 1 found it in every
particular a- most excellent one, mid your
mime lias, since that time, been fresh iu my
memory. With much esteem, vours,
- . ' 0. BATTKU.
I cannot but congratulate you upon tho lm
nieuse progress find liuproveiiients which you
continually make on your llanos, which in my
opinion, rank among the very best in the
country. ; M. sT'ltAICOSCil.
I was d(Tmhti;d';on hcnrln'' the cleiir and
full tone of your really I'ivst C'Aii Vuuto, mul
1 congratulate you ()ti the progress you have
made in tins uiiin-'leoi nit.
. ' II. YIEUXTEMPS.
II. ItOIUKJC'K, lVofessor or Musle. Pitts
burgh, Pa., writes : "And with a good con
science I pronounce it the host Square Piano I
have ever seen in fhis country or Kurope. I
int ns much nstonbined as delighted, and noth
ing will give mo 11'iore pleasure limn to recom
mend your Pianos."
A splendid assortment of the above celebrat
ed Pianos just received.
C'hnrlolie lllumo, 1:1, Fifth street, sole agent
for Knahe's Pianos, Haines & lire's., lew
S'ork l'iauos for $I7", unci Prince's unrivaled'
April 28, '(!:). ly.
liRE.1T SHE OF BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS
SAVERS' CORNER !
TUST opened and ready for inspection nnd
sale, one of the largest and best selected
STOCK OP GOODS, in my line, that ever
came to Greene county. The only place in
the county you can havea good cnoleo. j
The limited amount of goods kept nnlmirds ,
by other persons throughout tho rnunty, in
my linn, often compel peisons to purchiisft nr
tieles thev do not like, or go without. This
Inconvenience may be uvoi led by giving 1110
J. O L JLm JLm !
as I now have on hand ns good assortment of
goods as can be found in other Shoe or Hat
Stores In adjoining counties. 1- will sell the
following articles nt verv little advance (m old
prices. -Take irlirtilar 'NOTICE! What I
say I mean mul inlenll to do, as I have bought
largely and have bought low ; being hi the
cily when gold was down to 40 per cent, I
will sell accordinglv.
In addition to my HOOTil, RIIOKS. HATS
nnd CAPS, I have added a splendid lot of
Ladles' gloves, which, lor variety and beauty
can only be appreciated by examining them.
Misses' Hose, Children's Hose, Suspenders,
Nee-lies, Oollais, Poitninnics, Gentlemen's
Socks. Children's Mats nnd Caps, Nun Mou
nds, Mucking, and marking Brushes. In fact,
an assortment too numerous to mention.
Thankful for past favors, I ask, respectfully,
a' continuance of tho same.
,1. C. LIUIITCAP.
AVayneshurg, April 14, 'fi:t.' '
Ornamental Iron -Works ! !
WOOD & PEROT, RIDGE AVENUE
PmLAPELPITJ A.' PA
OFFKIl for sain upon the most reasonable
tern.s, NEW and IIKAIITIKI'L deslsns,
in great variety of IKON K.MI.INOS for Cem
eteries, Residences, &e., of Wrought nnd Cast
Iron, and Galvanized Iron and Hrass Tubing;
Iron Verandahs, lialeonies, Stairs Counters,
Fountains, Gates, Colnnms, Hitching Posts,
Lamp Stands, Vases, TaliU s, Flower Stands,
Sofas, Chairs, Statuwv, Anima's, nnd nil oth
er Iron Work of a Decorative character. De
signs forwarded for, seloction. Persons ap
plying for same, will-please state tho kind of
. Way nesburg, June 1), 18(111. 3mo.
GREAT ATTRACTIONS !
AT Till! . ; . ,
FasliioRble. Pry Good Store
IN W1LSDX-S- BRICK BUILDING,
PUBLIC nltentfon Is rcsiTCctfully fnvited lo a
Klnclc III' NTew (Innilu u'liti-lt Itna tet u,i.Uf
eo IVolil itie Kasl. nnd wlileli vvna ai.lrit.tiid u.ltli
great care and with a view tosultthc ttujles am!
wants of my customers.
Comprising n desirable variety of nil the lat
est styles of tho ' . . i ;
Of Dress Fabrics. Silks , Delains, Coslimors
' , Plaids ami nil '
.,.." kinds of PrintA, ,'."
' Cloaks, Shawls, Bonnets. , .
'. iVe., (fee, Also tlm best quail- '.
ty ofgiwIs'formeu'Hivear, such '.. .
ns Cloths. Casslmeres ami Vitings, huts '
nnd caps, hoots and shoes, iVu..(ic. Re
sides, the usuid iissorlinent of Groceries, Hard
ware, Queenswnrc, &c, &e. Everything
usually kept at thu best DRY GOODS
, , STORES cart Ufl had here on the
moM teawnahle fcrmxi ':
purcluiDcdi fornsh and
H- lit V; h 'PZClfnf h !
town.'1. Call and examine 'jjiy slock!1 . Nolhlii
c,hirgcd for showing goods. ', 1
CASH and .MEHCHANADLE prodttco taken
In oclinngo for goods. ...
ji '.A-WfLSON, JR. , .
'AVrt-ynosburg.Nov. 25, 'W.-tf.
DR. A. J. EQY.T.-T
RESPKtTTFULLY olTers hl sen,-l(-os to the
cllliwns of Wuynoshiug mid vicinity, as a
, PIlVsiC'rAN ANV) SlTRGIiJON, 1
Ofllce ' 'two' dooi1!! T'li'st ,nf A,.' Wllaoh',' rfr's.
Dry Ooriils estahllMhumnt llehoi(s W a due
appreciation of the. laws of knanm 'life lind
health, sanative medlentlon, 'aid strict' ntlim-
tlon to hualneiis, to
nurlta lllierul share of
HOWiliD ISSDCIIT I fl i I
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mul eyeriitly jor Vic cure of divides of the
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VALL'AliLK HKPOHTSon Spermatorrhoea
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DI!''.r rtnplnytHl in tile Dispen'ary, sent to the
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Two or three stumps for, postage will be ueccp
tablt. Ai'ldress, PH. .1. SUILMX IIOUOHTOX,
Acting Surgeon, H.owadl Association, Ka 2,
South Ninth Ktreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
January ii, I8:i--ly.
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Widows, Orphan children, ifce., which busi
ness it intrusted to Ills care will bo promptly
: Wuyncsburg, May 12, I still.-ly.
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tion, Mental and Physical Debility, Nervous
ness, Epilepsy; Impaired Nutrition of the Bo
dy! Lassitudes Weakness of the Limbs and tho
Buck; Indisposition, and Incmiacltv for study
ami Lnbor; 'Dullness of Apprehension? Loss of
Distrust) Dizziness! Headache ; Affections of
tho Eyes; Loss of Memory! Aversion to Socie
ty; Love of Solitude; Timidity; .Pimples oji iho
Face; Involuntary Emissions and Sexual Inca
pacity; the consequences of Youthful Indiscre
tion, &c., &c. .
This hdmirablo Lecture clearly proves that
the above enumerated, often self-afflicted evils,
may ho removed without medicine, and with
out dangerous surgical operations, and should
be rend by every youth and every man in' the
land. ... .'.'.
Sent under seal, to any address, .in a plain,
sealed envelope, on tho receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, by nildresslng,
. , Da. CltAS. J. C. TaiNE, ,
127 Bowery, New York, PostOltlce Box, MSG.
Nov. II. 18i!.Vly.
)KLATRHAU'S STIMULATING ONGU-
llald Heads and Hare Faces.
THIS celebrated ' article is warranted to
bring out a full sot of Whiskers on tho smooth
est lace, or a tine growth of hnlron a bald head
in less thnn six weeks, and will In no way. In
jure or stain tho sklu. Thn French Cream is'
mamuiicuircu ny nr. in. i-einircnns, or inns,
and Is the only rclbblo artlole of the kind -
''Uo no other,"' W.utHANtKn i rvkkv csr.
One box will do tho workv . Price $ I M. Jm
pocred and fhr sale; WhnlMnto- nnd Metall, by
.i h uc.(thMiist njl JJrngelst,
8!H Bmmlway, New York.
,1'. S. A boje-af tho tognoht sent to any iuV
dress, by rotnni mnll, en ruoelpt ofprlce, and
1,1 cents ftwpoKlago,. . I
AVnyncsburg, July 7, 1 803. It. . .
c rHHlnl NoMice.
, ALL persons knowing thcnuelve Indebted
to tr underHlgwsl aro rosixielfnlly but posi
tively wotflled to,wU and settftitbelr aewunts.
AIAIUA A. IIAltVKY.
R. Y. DOWMEY,
ATTpiUNliy AND COUNSKIJiOR AT LAW
erOtllitir m LedwItli'icRnlldllig, opposite
thu Cimri flouse, Wnynesburg, Pa.'
. Nov. I, IHUi! ly.
FRIEiDS",MD RELITII K
Brave Soldiers ami 'Sailor
wm;-' f. A ;! t$
HOLLO V A Y;S
PILLS & OINTMENT;
' t " : "
All who have friends' nnd relatives in tho art
my mid navy, should take especial cure that
they he unipl.v supplied with iheso Pills and
Ojnlinent ; mid that where the -brave .soldiers
und sailors have neglected lo provide them
selves with them, no belter present tan be sen
them by their friend. Thev have peon proved
to be the soli lit r's never failing friend iu the
hour of need.
Coughs and Colds Aflocthig
Will be speedily relieved ami effectually cured
by using these udiniinblc medicine sand by
paying proper attention t n,,. directions which
are attached to each box or pot.
Sick Ileatfat'ltrti :tasd Waiilol
Apiictilc liu-idi'ntnl lo Sol-
Those feelimrs which HO Hitililf.n iiu ,,. II..
arise from trouble or annoyances, obstructed
i,u"i"""'"p fiouiK 111111 orinKing wliatever
Is lUiwholeHome. Hutu iliutii-l,l. o... i.....!,!.,-..!
action ol tho liver and snioinaeh. These organs
must bo relieved if you desire to be well. ?l'he
Pills, taken according to the printed instruc-
iun, inn ijuicniy pniuuco ii iieiutliy ncllon In
both liver nnd fltonineti ,i,,,l ,,u ,
sequence, a clear nnd u good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DKMI.ITY IN.
DUCEI) LY OY ICR FATIGUli,
Will soon (Hhkoucmi'Iiv Hwi h i'n,.,i i
uablo Tills, and the sulilii r w ill qnickly uc-
iiunu iiuiuiunini sueein. iNever let tlie Uow
ols be either contined or unduly acted upon.
It nifiv ficeni Htrtnurn II,, t I b.ll,, ...... not .
i TS , " , . . """". v (mi
should be recomnieniled tor Dysentery and
i iiiA, nmiij- l'eisoos sniiiiosniginauiiev would i
increase tho relaxation. This is a great mis-'
take, for these Pitta will nn-nu-t il,,. i
.. 1 ...yj 1111:1 unit
Stomach, and thus remove nil the acrid humor I
irom mo system. J ins medicine will give tone
nnu vigor 10 1110 wnoie organic svsteni, how
overderansed, while heallli and slrcn.rilt fi,l.
lows ns a matter of course. Nothlnir will
stop the relaxation of the bowels so sure us
HUB 1UUIUU& lUl'Ull IUC.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! IN
DISCRETIONS OF YOUTH.
Sores nnd Ul CCI'S. ljlOtclies mul Ku'iillniiv
can with certainly be radically cured if Hi0
i ins me uiiiuii jogin ami mornmg mul th"
Ointment be freely used ns stateil in the prin
ted Instructions. If treated in any other man
ner they dry up in one part to I rontmons
o,,tl,.tv vli. ....,, it.:, o:.,i
....U...V... ,, i,i.,..u.-, mi.-, iiiiiit.-u will ru yo
tho humors from the system and leave ho
Patient a vigorous anil Itenliliir mm, li .. in
. J ........ 4V ,,,,1
require a hi lie pel severance in bud cases lo
unuiu u Hinting i-uiu. i
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCA
SIONED P.Y THE RAYONET, SA
BRE OR THE BULLET, SORES OR
To .which every Soldier mul Sailor are liable
there are no medicines so safe, so sure and con
venient as Holloway's Pills ami Ointment
Tho Poor wounded and almost dving 'sufferer
might have his wounds dressed immediately ;
if he would only provide himself with this
matchless Ointment, which should be thrust
into the wound and .smeared all round it, Mien,
covered with a piece of linen from his Knap
sack and compressed with a handkerchief.
Taking night and morning (ior s Pills, to cool
the system and prevent iiillamnlion.
livery Soldier's Knaiwack mid Seamen's
chest should be provided with these valuable
IMPORTANT CAUTION 'None are gen
uine unless tho words "HOLLOWAY, NEW
YORK LONDON," are discernalilo its a water-murk
in every leaf of thu book of directions
around each pot. or box ; the same may he
plainly seen by holding Urn leaf to the light.
A handsome reward will be given to niiy one
rendering such informal ion ns may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines, or veiidiug.thu same, knowing
them to be spurious.
Soli nt the .Manufactory of Professor IIOL-'
LOWAY, 81) Maiden Laiie, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists nnd Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world, in
boxesut 25 cents, U'.' cents and ft each.
There is a considerable saving by taking tho
N. B. Directions for tho guidance of pa
tients in every disorder arc affixed to each box.
ETTliis medicine is for sale by Dr. Win. L.
Creigh, Wnynesburg, Pa. ,
. Nov. i!l,. 'lii.-ly. .'
FOR RATS, MICK, ROACH KS, ANTS,
RED MHOS. MOTHS IN FURS, WOOLEN'S
fee. INSI'XTS ON lr.XT l.YWTS
Put up In 2."tC. fide, and if'l 00 Roxcs, Bottles
and l'lasks, tjfA nnd Z siies for Ronas, Puii
t.ic Institutions, &ct
"Only Inliillibln remwlhis known." .
"Freo from Poisons." ; - .,,'
''Not dangerous to the human fiunlly."' '
"Rats coiuu out of their liolcs to die.", j
(KT Sold Wholesale in nil largo cities. ' J
Sold by all Iliicaotsifs and ItKTAtfKtnj
cverj'where. ' - . ;
trir !!! 1U:w.ib ofsll worthless toltatlons.
ty See that "Cos mi's" nnwe Is. .on 'each
. Rox, Rottlo nnd flask, before vou buy.
tir Address HENRY H.' CbSTAK.
tr Pclnclpal Depot 4S2, Jh'oadwaj-,,, NY
ttr'SWd.by : .-' , . , ; ' .
Heniick Clarkj ; . ";.J.Wts Hooiier,, ;.';:. !
1 . ;. ' s 'Ynyn'Csbitrg, Pa;-1 ''"''
May n.-wW.m.vt " Vkv M'!V !
D. R;; P. HUSS,
...... '.' '. ii, ' :tt t .
HAS received frnnv.lhn Wiir TVjpnrtnient at
WasfcJngUm -City, (,' ,W copies Of
tho sevenit laws passed by Congress, and all
thu necessary tonus and uvtrueilous- for Iho
PENSIONS', BOUNTY, AND RACK PAY
duo illsehai-geil, mid' ilisnhled soldiers, their,
widows, oi'pltlliVChildNin; wldiiwe'd' mothel-s,.
fathers, ststcrs ,njld luxilhers-wlifc'li business1
upon dim iioilce' will bb pamupilv uiul iiecu-:
rately nllendetl to, If entrusted to his cure.
(TrOKKICU, Iu Old Hank Lulldhiij.
1 April, 7, ISU3.1 f
-jiyiivifin a uji mum.
.1 i -
NOT " ALCOHOLIC.
X hlJthly concentrated VegeWblc Extnul A
pure toiijc,, I)r..Ji')llHiul s.German Bitters,
. prepared lij ,
DR. C Mr- JACKSIN,' PHIOEPHIA .PA
' Will cir.-rtHairy piire'rAor Complal it. Pys
piisiu, Jauudure'.t'liroulc f r No. vjus debility,
diseases of IhcCiilin s, tu.d alldisaa-'Oiarlsiug
" from n ilisoriji-re'd.l.ue.-or Soma'-h,
Such us tihsfipaih n, Inw.rd 1 lo-, FuII.ims
orBUxl Ki t-w Ha' , fa Ty t il c HlomacU
N.fuieu,. lUarllnir. , O s .u t ior Pood, Fulness
or Wdglit in hiojnut'h, . Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Flutleiing id Ilic Pit of the Stom
ach. Swimniing of the Haul, Hurriecl and
Dilllcull lirefitliing,'. Fhuteriug nt tho heart,
Choking or silff c ili ig sensations when in a
Ivin'g poslu.e. Dimness of Yission, Dots or
Webs before the Sight, Fever ami Hull Pain In
the Head, Hctlciciicy of Perspiration, Yellow
ness of tho skin ti'nd Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Rack, ( hisf, Limbs, in.; Sudden Flushes of
Heat, Ilnrn'uig in the Flesh, Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and great Ucprcssion of Spirits.
And will positive! prevent Yellow Fever,
Hilious Fever, Are. Tliey coutttln no Alcohol
or bad Whiskey ! They will . cure Iho nliovi
diseases lu ninety-nine cases dui of a hundred.
The proprietors have thousands of Letters
from the most eminent CLEHOYMKX, LAW
YERS, I'll YS1C1A.'Saxi CITIZENS, I 'Slify
ing of their own personal knowledge, to the
bciielicial effects und medical virtues of then
Hitters. - t
Wo yi 11 want something to strengthen you f
Do you want a good appetite ?
Do you waul to build up your constitution ?
DoytMi want to feel well ? . .a
Do you want to get rid of nervousness ? ;
Do you want lo sleep well ?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling ?
It you do, uselloolliind's Herman Hitters.
From Rev. J. Nu 11 11 ISrown, D. D.. Editor
of the Encyclopedia .of Religious
Although not disposed to . favor or recom
mend Patent 'Medicines lu general, through
distrust of. their ingredients and effects ; I yet
know of no sufficient reasons why a man niav
not testify to tno benefits he believes himself
to have received from any simple preparation,
iu the hope that he may thus contribute to thu
benefit of others.
I do this the more readily In r gard to
Hootland's German bitters, prepared by IV.
C. JI. Jackson, of this city, because I was
prejudiced against them for r.Umy years, under
the impression that they were chiefly an alco
holic mixture. I am indebted to my friend
Robert Shoemaker, Es;., for the removal of
this prejudice by proper tesis, and for encour
agement to try them, when suffering from
great and long continued debility. Tho use of
three bottles of this Hitlers, at the beginning
ot Iho present year, was followed by evident
relief, and restoration to a degree of bodily
und mental vigor which I lind not felt for six
months before, and had almost despaired' of
regaining. I therefore thank God and my
friend for directing me to the use of llioin.
J. NEWTON BROWN.
Philadelphia, June TJ, lt;i.
' There nre maiiy preparations sold under thu
name of Hitters, put up in quart bottles, com.
pounded of the cheapest whiskey or common
rum, costing from -U to 40 cents per gallon,
the taste disguised by Anise or Coriander Seed.
This class of Hitters 1ms caused and will
continue to cause, as long ns they can be sold,
hundreds to die the death of the drunkard.
Ry 'their use the system is kept continually '
under the intlucncc of Alcoholic Stimulations
of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor is
created ami kept up, and the result is all the
horrors attendant upon a drunkard's life nnd
death. For those who desire and will have a
Lbpior Hitters, we publish the tol lowing re
ceipt. Oct one bottle of Hootland's German
Hitters and mix with three quarts of good
brandy or whiskey, and the result will he a
preparation that will far excel In medical vir
tues and tine excellence any of thu numerous
Liquor Hitters in the market, und will cost much
less. You will have all the virtues of Hoof
land's 11111011! In connection with a good article
of Liiiuor, at a much less price than these in
terior preparations will cost vou.
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS ! AND TIIK
FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS. Wc call the at
tention of nil having relations iu the army to
the tact that '-Hoolland't German Hitters" will
cure nine-tenths of the diseases induced by
exposures nnd privations incident tocamp life.
In the lists published 'almost daily in the news
papers, on the arrival of thu sick, it will la
noticed that a very large proportion arc suffer
ing from debility. Every case of that kind can
be readily cured by Hootland's German Hitters.
Diseases resulting from disorders of the diges
tive organs are speedily removed. We have
no hesitation in stating that, if these Hitlers
were freely used among our solditrs, hundreds
ol lives nuglii ne saved that otherwise will be
lost. We call particular attention to' the fol
lowing remarkable nnd well authenticated
cure of one .of the nation's heroes, whoso life,
to use his own language, '-has been saved by
the Hitters ;"
Philadelphia, AucustS.'l, ist!2.
3feMr-Jonri B- V.Vw j Well, gentlemen,
your Hootland's German Hitters has saved my
life. There is no mistake in this. It is vouch
ed Inr by numbers of my comrades, some of
whoso names are appended, and who were
fully cognizant of all the circumstances of my
case. ' 1 am, and have been for the last four
years, a member of Sherman's celebrated bat
tery, and under the immediate command of
Captain R; R. Ayers, Through the cx)osuro
attendant upon my arduous duties, I was at-
tacked in November last with inHumiillou of
the lungs, and was for seventy two days In
the hospital. - This was followed by gnat de
bility, heightened by nn attack of dysentery.
I was then removed from tho While House,
and sent Ui this city on board tho Stcn rcr
"State of Main," from which 1 landed on thu
2fth of June.,. Since that time I have hern
about as low ns anv one could k und st(U re
tain a spark of vitality. For a week or more
I was scarcely able lo swollow anything, ami
il'I did forco a morst'l down, it was immedi
ately thrown up aguiu. -1 could not even keeu
a glass of water oh my stomach. Life could
not last under these circumstances 1 und,- ac
cnrdiuu'lv, tho physicians who had lieon work
lngliulhUuly, though uiiKUceevfully, to roseoe
me from thu grasp ut' Utv xw Archer, frank
ly told mo they could do uo wore (or me, n,d
mlviced me to sec a clergymntv aud to Uiako
such disposition of my limited tuiula as best
suited me, An noqnaitilnnco whovbhort uto
at tho hospital, 'Mr. Frederick Steiibom of
Sixth below Arch street, advised me, ns a tnt
ban hope, to r- your Hitters, and kindly pro
cured h Ixittto. From the time I commenced1
t iklng. them the gloomy shadow of death rfc
ceeded, unci 1 tun now,' thank God for It, gH--ling
better. Though 1 hive taken but two'
lutiles, I havo gained fi-it kiiuuK und feel'
sanguine of bc)ng pi rmtttcd lo rejoin hiy wife
and daughter, from whom 1 have heanl noth--hig
for e'htccu months.; for, genllenit-nj T am
il liiyiil Virginian, from the vicinity of Front
Rnynl.' To your Invaluable Hitters 1 otto the
gb riouh privilege of again chispingto rtly bo--som
those who sro dourest to me in life:
.Very truly yours, JHAAG M'A WWt
We.ruHy concur In- tho truth of llfo show
statement, as wo bad despared of scclnF our
comrade, 'Mr'. Malone, restored fo liealiu, .
it John CuthrlchnckV' Isf New York RmWt
Geo. A.- Aokley. Co; C.s- Mv M't Uwli
CheyiOinr, ad ji IvK Scie 1st A
lillcry. Uatlory F. J. IU- a.Holl, Co, R ad
Vermont j IL K JforthV' Coi U. Vt. t 11. f.
Miirdoniddi Coi CV (ttlVMihiei -J. (. - Ward.
Co. K. nth Mnlnoi II. Koch, Co. II, y& N,
Y. 1 N. 11 TluxtSis. Co. h mk Imn. 1 A. 4.
Kimball, Co. A lid 't t J, Jieniiins Co, B.
Rkwaiu-! tnf ' ttan:rfcrrfi ! Si tW tbn
signature of ) M. Jacksctt,' kinu the wranrr
ol each botkks I'nce pet bottle 7eU, or lutlf
do, for 4 01). Should your MOatest difUggest'
not have tiho- article, do not by put off by any
of the llvtotcutliu preparations ttmt may It'
olTci-cd ill - lis pirate, but send to us, and w
will I'orMiard, secmiily packed, by express. '
,. Prbu'hiid olllee iviul Mnnufactorv. No. M.V
,' Arch St.-' ilONKSt EVANS; (Sun-mson tof
C. M. Jackson & Co.,) ProprhhT.""-4, u
STJ-ror saio ny 1 r.uggists, and, VXsiln ijtf
every town In tho United Slates.
Mav Mh lxit,'l iv.
For sale by V,'. 1,', CREIGH,