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The Uero of fieltyiburf
A f iend who recently visited the
scenes where tlio Federal w. 1 '.n, in the
vicinity ot' Gettysburg, won such Im
perishable renown, has imparted to ua
poiuo valuuble information, or at least
om original thoughts, in reference to
that momentous struggle which wej
doem worthy of being conveyed tn our
reader. It will be rmembered lliat tlie
advance of the Army of the Potoinno
iu td h- Gen. Reynolds. No sen
eral officer in the army of the Potomac,
no well as General Reynolds understood
geography of that region oi country. .
Ue saw lit a glance that the position of
Cemetery Hill was a point on which the
Uttlo dopoi.ded. There was 110 time
tor consideration. The plan and its ex
fiuition were twin thoughts, conceived
and Iwrn amid the roar of battle. A
moment's pattso might hnve been too
late too lite even to secure a decent
retirement or save his command from
mii overwhelming slat'g'.tter. Hence the
impetuosity of the attack made by Gen
Reynolds. Hence ntler bo had fallen,
. was it supposed that Gen. Reynolds had
sacrificed himself in the enthusiasm of
battle, when by the aid of calmer reason,
ho might have possibly passed through
tho struggle mismatched. Tills is not
tho lad, however, Gen. Reynolds coolly
devoted himself to victory, because lie
know that tho point which he had in
view, tho result which he aimed at, in
volved tho snfty of tho army of the Po
tomae. Had he (altered just at that mo.
ment had any other man been in the
advance ot the army of the Potomac,
the result might have been different
Ccmetry Hill would have fallen into the
possession of Lei the army of the Poto
mac would have been crushed Penn
sylvania and tho entire northeast placed
ut ba marnv nf thfl invaders.
Thus after all.are the great victories of
....-.. ..nil nrr.,1 Aa ivif.ll RpVtlolild. Oil
. Cemetery Hill, at the propitious moment
the real hero steps forth nnd gains tho
actual victory and sad to relate, such
as these too frequently nre robbed of
their just honors, or in the decay ot their
brief hour of glory, cause to live and go
down to the grave, while those who re
uiiiin monopolized the fame of deeds in
, tho stern enactment of which they
played no other part than that of specta
tors. Had Gen. Reynolds not given
' the rebels the first check on Cemetery
Hill nothing there alter could have with
stood the impel unsiiy of tho charge of
those fiends. Lee's spies had been over
'every foot of ground in the vicinity of
Cemetery Rill' The rebel chief under
stood and properly valued the natural
' importance of the position afforded by
that hill. It was no chance plan that
drove tho rebels to that point. Neither
waa it mere fortune that induced Gen.
Reynolds to make an attack just there
and then. lie, too, understood the lo
cality. His native genius at a glance
.miiiiilwinrluii tllH flofUlltlOU Ot llll.lll'J.
lie was impressed with the stupendous
importance ot me posmuii, iuu no buu
tho blow juct, in time to chock the toe
; ti enttn tin. ni'mv id flirt Pntotiiiin
. .. 1 1... I.
ill VM1IU iv ni , wiv ...j - ' "
iron! rout and annihilation I
Let it no longer, then be credited that
General Reynolds fell a sacrifice to his
indiscretion. Let it be fairly understood
. that he willingly sacrificed himself in or
der to save an army of which he com
manded only a porl'on General Key
. nolds was undoubted y impressed with
.-' the event risk he was undergoing, when
ho delivered battle to the enemy. Ho
was too good a soldier not to know that
when ho gave battle he muH bo pre
... pared to accept death. Thus impressed
it is no wonder that lie hurled himself
and his command on tho enemy like a
' thunderbolt. Then it, was that the rebels
. t-ried out, "Great God 1 we are fighting
. the army of the Potomac." Then it
was tlvit the victory was won i nnd then,
too alas! was it t hat Gen. Reynolds tell.
Hero we must pause, and leave to histo
ry tho recording of the great event con
nected with this gloriom death. Our
object is only to rescue the name of Gen.
, lleynolds from tlm charge of -indiscreet
v impetuosity in making his assault for the
capture and possession ot Cemetery Hill
: at tho battle ot Oettyshurg. llus as
1 wvult was the prompting of a valor as
.'- dauntless and a discretion as calm as ev
er controlled a true soldier. Let this,
1 lot tho present, be tho epitaph of Gon.
Reynolds, and while Cemetery Hill
stands let it represent tho monument ot
i his fumo. Indeed, let that hill hereafter
be known as Mount Reynolds.
AVtku thk B.vrri.B. A correspondent
of the New York Commerciil, in a letter
from the battle-field at Gettysburg, gives
; the following s
t While passing along the center of
' Ike's line I found n German laboier and
his vmw, gathering up piles of clothing
which had beon thrown away or taken
off the dead. Yohn was wheeling away
tho spoils as his wife collected them.
Sspeoing your correspondent of bein
' official, she began to defend her-self by
', saying, "Dey eomes to mine house and
ents all mine geese and mine shioken nnd
1 all mine hocks, but I dont pelieve in that i
nnd may' be shift them that eats my
r'Hluckeiis is killed and I pe gathering
; their clothes." As strange things have
, sr A WiiHhiugton special says- that
on Tuesday the Secretary of War issued
' mi' order that John Morgan and his com:
'tnis'sioned ofliccrs should be confined in
"tho Cotuinhus puintentiary till Colonel
Straight's officers are released or exchan
ge! by the rebels.
" Violation or a IIosirrAi. Flao. Gen-
Lce, as is provedby witnesses, cowardly
violated ft hospital ting, by using the cup
ola of the colleco, filled, with wounded,
I over which it was flying, within range
onour cannon, as an ooservatory.
,. Horsim iMPTirssBO. Tlie Government
1iai ' beon forced to impress horses
throtishfxtt the neighboring counties of
.Maryland to W.J'J pressing needi crea
rtod by late active service of ourcavalay
"," ' '. Our forces at Charleston.
, The Navy Department promises that
Gil more nnd D ihlgi en shall receive eve
rything neoessury to iuture speedy full
FORRHEUMATISM, GOUT. NEURALGIA;
LUMBAGO, STIFF NECK A JOINTS
SPRAINS, BRUISES, CUTS AND
WOUNDS, PILES, HEAD
ACHE. AND ALL RHEU
MATIC AND NER
DERS. Fur all of which it Is a speedy nnd certain
remedy, anil never fsils. Tins Liniment is
prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet,
of Connecticut, the famous bone setter, sad
lias been used In Ins practice l'r more than
twenty years with the most astonishing sue
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, it Is un
rivaled by any preparation before tlio public,
of which the most skeptical may be convinced
by a single trial.
inis uuemcm win cure rapuiiysna rauicni-
w TiTi.MTviATinnmnnnKianfv,.rvkiiifi i
and lu thousands of cases where it has been
used it has never been known to fail.
FOR NEURALGIA, it will afford iuimedl
ate relief in every case, however distressing.
It will relieve ithe worst cases nf HEAD
ACHE in three minutes and is warranted to
TOOTHACHE also will it cure Instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GEN
ERAL LASSITUDE arUing from imprudence
or excess, this Linemen is a most happy and
unfailinir remedy. Actiim directly upon the
nervous tissues, it strengthens and revivifies i
the system, ana restores u to ciusuuiiy ana
FOR PILES. As an external remedy, we
claim that it is the best known, and we dial
ling the world to produce an equal. Every
victim of this distressing complaint should
give it a trsil, for it will not fail to all'ord im
mediate relief, and In a majority of cases will
effect n rwtfiwcuro.
QUINSEV AND SORE THROAT are
sometimes extremely malignant and danger
ous, but a timely application of this Liuiiueut
will never fail to cure.
SPRAINS nre sometimes very obstinate, and
enlargement of the joints is liable to occur if
neglected. The worst case may be conquered
by this Liniment in two or three days.
BRUISES. CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, UL
CERS, BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily
to tho wonderful healing properties of DR.
SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, when
used according to directions. Also, CHIL
BLAINS. FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT
BITES AND STINGS.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
the Great natural liono Setter,
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
is known all over the United States.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
is the author of "Dr. Sweet's Infallible
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimeut cures
Rheumatism and never fails.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment is a
certain remedy for Neuralgia.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment cures
Burns nud Scalds immediately.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment is the
best known remedy for Sprains and
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment cures
Headache immediately and was never
known to fail.
Dr. Sweet's infallible Liniment affords
immediate relief for Piles, and seldom
fails to cure.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment cures
Toothache in one minute.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment cures
Cuts and Wounds immediately and leaves
Dr. Sweet's Infidliblo Liniment is the
best remedy for Sores in tho known
Dr Sweet's Infallible Liniment lias
been used by more than a million people,
nnd all in-aiso it.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment taken
internally cures Colic, Cholera Morbus
Dr. Sweet's infallible Liniment is truly
"friend in need," and every family
should have it at hand.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment is for
sale by all Druggists. Price 25 aud 20
A FRIEND IN NEED. TRY IT. Dr.
Sweet's Infallible liniment, as an external rem-
edy, is without a rival, and will alleviate puln
mora sm-Hfiilv than nv other nreDaration. For
all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders it istru-
1. l.,r..1ltKla nnH im n.imtiiiB U.,ntU
IV luiniuuio, aim no u vuiumu ivi
VVounds, Sprains, Bruises &c, its soothinir,
healing and powerful strengthening properties,
excite tbe just wonder and astonishment of all
wno nave ever given it a tniii. uver one
thousand certificates of remarkable cures, per
formed by It within tbe last two years attest the
TO HORSE OW NERS I Dr. Sweet's In
fallible Liniment for Horsosis unrivaled by
any, aud in all cases of Lameness, arising from
Sprains, bruises or wrenching, its effect is
magical and certain. Harness or saddlo galls,
Scratches, Mange, c, it will also cure spedi
ly. Spavin ana ringbone may be easily pre
vented and cured iu their Incipient stages, but
confirmed cases are bcyoud the possibility of
a radical cure! No case of the kiud, however,
Is so desperate or hopeless but it may be alle
viated by thisjliaimont, and its faithful appli
cation will always remove tbe Lameness, and
.enable the horse to travel with comparative
Every Horss Owner should have this rotao
dy at band, for its timely use at the Ur.4 ap
pearance of Lameness will effectually prevent
those formidable diseases, to whieh all horses
are liable, and which rsndsr so many other
wise Tutuablsj bones atarly worth! ass.
JLJb.. 0 WJbJJEPlTS
. IS THE '
And thousands have round It
- A FHUCND IN NEEDl
CAUTION iTo avoid Imposition, observe
the signature and likeness of Dr. Stephen
SwKet on every label, and also Stephen Sweet's
Infallible Liniment blown in the gloss of each
bottle, without which none are genuine.
RICHARDSON & CO. .
Sole proprietors, Norwloh, Ct.
MORGAN ALLEN. General Agents, ,
4tS Cliff Street, New York. ' '
ssrSold by an dealer everywhere.
Ue. to, W.Af.
GOOD NEWS KROM THE EAST.
HAS Just returned from Philadelphia with a
Urge and well esgurtid stock of
FEADV MADE CLOTHING
and the rerdict lus gone forth that the place
Clieap for octal!,
the most fashlonabl and durable clothing is,
IN THE E AST END
nf Allison's building opposite the Public
oViuhre, where he has gneflson exhibition and
where he will be constantly found, ready to
Accommodate his customers.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore extended him he hopes to merit its con
tinuance by his usual custom of "quick ialei
and mall frrojitt."
Waynesburg. April 28, 18M.-t f.
SNUFF & TOBACCO MANUFACTURER,
16 it 18, CHAMBERS STREET,
(Formerly 42 Chatham St., New York,)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of bis manufacture, viz :
Chows Sni-fp. Mucabny, Demigros, Fine
Rappee, Pure Virginia, Coarse Rappee Nielii-
i todies, American ueuiieman, lopeunngcn.
V U1.1. II 1 O . ..1.
TI, . TnKt Srotrh Freili HnnevDuw Srotr-h.
ii1?1 toast cmcn, rresii HonLy wtw bcoicil
Fresh Scotch. Irish llicrh Toast, or Lundrfnot,
(7 Attention is called to the large reduction
in prices nf line-cut Chewing and Smoking to
bacco, which will be found of a superior quali
8MOKIS0. FIK CUT C1IF.WJKO. SHOKINO.
Long P. A. L; or plain, S. Jngo,
No. 1, Cavendisli, or Sweet, Spanish,
No. 2. Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canister,
Nob. 1 & 2 mixed, Tin Foil Cavendish, Turk
ish. N. B. A circular of prices will be tent
on application. March 31, 'Uii.-ly.
D. II.vaT jT Wiiitk.
THE ARTISTIC CAR!!
CARTE DE VISITES, &C.
MESSRS HASS AND WRITE, having
lilted up a commodious aud rcspcctablo
in Wayncsburgi near Sayers' corner, would
respectfully announce to tho citizens of town
ana country that they are prepared to take
pictures of all kinds and sizes, in the latest
style, on the shortcut notice and on the most
reasonable terms. Copies of pictures of de
ceased persons, made any size desired, irom
small Ambrotype likenesses
As this arrangement Is only temporary and
Is one of the rarest chances to get good pic
tures ever offered in Wayneshnrg.
Wsvneslninr, April 21," 18ia. t-f.
STiLL continue to carry on theMurble and
Stone cutting business at their long estab
lished stand immediately East of the Public
square, Main Street, Wayncshurg.
This establishment has been in constant
oneratlon since I8i)!. and the lonz experience
nnd energy of the proprietors, linked with tho
exercise of sound Judgment and good taste,
have won for them a wi le spread and enviable
reputation. An extensive stock of tho various
varieties of the best marble kept constantly on
hand. Spccinl attention paid to polishing,
dressing, carving and engraving.
All orders promptly filled.
December 23, 18ii2.-ly.
INFORMS his customers that ho has Just re
turned from Pittsburgh with a new supply
of Hardware. Cutlery, Confectioner'n's and
Groceries, Fish, Oil, Rope, Twine, Tools of i
almost every description ; in fact, his assort
ment embraces nearly everything desired by a
farmer or mechanic.
He has purch ased a large quantitjtaf Wrought
Iron, and Nails of different sizes. .
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, MOLASSES.
Call at the old stand, and ask for any article
you desire, and cash or country produce will
buv It cheap. If ou hand.
May, 81, '62. JOHN MUNNEL
K. X. M'CONNKLL.
J. J. HUFFMAN.
M'CONNEIL & HUFFMAN.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law .
fOrrtets In tlio " Wriptht House," East
door?. Collections, &c, will receive prompt
Wnyncsburg August 26, 18G2. tf.
k Joint Resolution Proposing Certain
Amendments to tbe Constitution.
BEIT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE
and House of Representatives nf the Com-
i tnon wealth of Pennsylvania in Gciioinl Aisem
t 1 1 - a ffl...k lilt t 1... L- -
DIV niCl, 1 llllfc UIO HUlOWlUg BlUCUUIllCmi W
nroDoscd to the Constitution of the Common-
weulth, in accordance with the provisions of
tho tenth article thereof :
There shall be an additional section to the
third article of tho Constitution, to bo designa
ted as section 4, as follows t
Skctio!4. Whenever anyofthn qualified
electors of this Commonwealth shall be in any
actual military service, under a requisition
from tlio President of the United States, or by
the authority of this Commonwealth, such cl-
colors may exercise ine ngiu ni suurnge in uu
elections Dy me citizens, unocr sucn rcgum-
,1 ,...11 i ti l i... I
lions us nrv, ur oiiuu u, , iicat;i iwu uj ntn, a
fully as if they were present at their usual place,
Then shall bo two additional sections to
tbe eleventh article of tho Constitution, to ho
designated as section eight and nine, as fol
lows i. .
Skotio 8. ' No bill shall be passed by the
Legislatutc, containing mora than one subject,
which shall be clearly expressed in the title,
except appropriation bills.
Skctios 0. No bill shall be passed by tbo
Legislature granting any powers, or pnvileges,
hi any ease, where the authority to grant such
powers or nrlvileires. has haon. or mav here
after be, conferred upon the Court of this
Common wealth. JOHN CESSNA.
Speaker 'of toe House of RcpntMntutivtt,
JOHN P. TENNEY,
' ' (Speaker of the Ssoat.
Oim a Tarn
Sseasrm or ma ComtoNwciamr,
Ilurriiburg, July 1, 1868.
I hereby certify that the foregoing aud an
nexed Is a full, true and correct copy of the
original Joint Resolution of the General As
sembly, entitled "A Joint Resolution propo
sing certain Amendments to the Constitution,"
as the same rem das on tile in this oUlce.
skai. In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand, and caused the seal of the
Secretary's ofilce to be afilxed, the day and
year above mentioned ELI SUFER
Secretary of the Commonwealth, ,
GJSJJLmI soon t
IS LOW AS EVER,
"Farmers mid Mechanics
Minor dts Bro.
Having made extensive Improvements
in their store room are better prepared
then ever to accommodate their custo
mers. They are offering the LARGEST,
BEST and GREATEST VARIETY OF
vcr offered in Waynesburjj, including
in immense stock of
it all descriptions, Shawls, Trimmings,
lannels, Linseys, Cloths, Jeans, Tweeds,
Cassimeres, Satinetts, and Yarns.
in fact, everything usually kept in t woll
If you want goods, call and be con
vinced. If you ever bought goods to
your satisfaction, you can d it now.
All goods. Foreign, Domestic, and
Ilome-inade, sold foj CfCt&Td. or
Call and look at our stuck before buy-
MIXOR & BRO.
Deo. 2, 18fi2.-t-f.
TO B AC CON 1ST S,
1IOOFEK & HAGEIi,
Wll-SOS'S Ol.D BOILBINO, MaIN SKECT.
MANUFACTURERS and wholesale and
retail dealers in Tobacco, Cigars, aud
Snulf, Cigar Cases, Pipes, &c.,
October 8. '02. tf-
SAMUEL HARTZELL, Pitorair.Ton.
R, HARTZELL having recently rented
Hotel in Waynesburg fainilllnry
known as the
llmnMon lloKt ."'
Ho would now, give assurance to his runny
friends snd the public at. large, that ho is fully
fircpnred to afford satisfaction to all who may
nvor him with their patronage. Determined
not to be excelled in his attentions to Strangers
to render them comfortable in every particular,
and confident that his conveniences are such
as to enable him to do so, he hopes to receive
a flilr proportion of the traveling custom.
April 13, 1S0J.
To Nervous SuUfercru ofBoth
A REVEREND GENTLEMAN having been
A restored tobtaltb la a few days, after un
dergoing all the usual routine and irregular ex
pensive modes nf treatment without success,
considers It his sacred duty to communlonte to
his afflicted fellow croatures the moans of core.
Hence, on tbe receipt of an addressed envel
ops, ho will sond (free) a copy of the proscrip
tion used. Direct to DR. JOHN M. DAG
NALL, 188, Fultoc Street, Rrooklyn, New
January, 27, 186H -It.
OKO. I. WYLT. 1. A. J. UVCHANAR. D. R. P. HUBS.
WYLY, BUCHANAN & IIUSS,
TT0RNEYS& COUNSELORS AT LAW,
r OFFICI tn the old Dnuk Building,
H I I. LI VII U MLkSY,
DIAISS IS '
'WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. '&C.
ATTN STREKf, WAYNESnURG, PENN'A.
One door ICust of the Old Rank lliilldlug.
IXfATC'lIKS, Clocks and Jewelry, repaired
l ul uhuit ninici:. mul ou veiy rcnsi amble
Waviu-hburg. July lsr.J. ly.
t2 TOY 4l IM.OtOll ffH.MJ
Two Square South ratt of the Bunk,
waVnesi tma, pa.
mm & iiowivEY,
CONTINUE lo nunufaotur nud keep constant
ly on luiid a large assortment of tb P'oit ap
prised patents of
llattmway'i I'atont. (for eoal snd wood.)
Queen of the West ; HntliawHy and Pennock
and Mllcbfll't coal and wood 8tovea; Enter,
prist Stoves, improved from the patterns now
in use. and the improved Premium j all of
whieh are liittlilv recommended hv tllone who
use them. Also. Franklin 8toves, Parlor
Stores, Uiiiloon 8toTs of the latest and most
approved style for diuretics, store rooms, io.
linn Fencing f diiTereiil Palterns
Aroh Orates and Fronts, a variety ol pat
terns and sites of the latest style.. Grates of
ail ehm. j
(Vllar Urnfo w Sivle-
SiiEnr Kettles from 7 to 22 gallons; Ho low
waro of all descriptions, (new patterns:) And
Irons; Sail Irons; I'oroh I'ins; Foot Sorapers
sod Mill Irons nf all descriptions. ALSO
Clreat Western I'luuslis.
HariniE ohtnined the oriiiliml patit rn of tbi
Plouxh, Ihey Art nuinufuctiiriiig and keep
Constantly on hand a lnru supply of these
Plounl s together with the'niMT and land
SlUKt, warniuted lo fit complete.
We are also milking another Improvement
on ths I'lnitRh, hntli as regards the Points
an I LuniMilm, aildine t ie renovator, which
must i tact thit 'uuj, we think, befnrt any
Other, both aa reci'il ilnrnility and draft.
Corn I'oucht or (,1'cat AVest Ko I.
(flU'lrj thrill they will recommend them
selves tonnellsvillo, with impi-oved whirs
(Miio shares with improved landslides. Wells
burg and other ploughs
gg&,Tlies! ploughs nre highly recomnended
by many of tho nest rni mi-rs In this vioiuity.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Cranes ."los 1, 3, 4, 6. RJ.7.
P-itent Lever right sndlsfl,)
4, S, 8. ftrcat Wvstern, (of
course,) 1, 4. Drown Fr.ini.lui, Clipper,
Kghtatid Left. Left Hand Cr ues ir Wylia
ft Hewitts, two pallerns. LaiiMdrs for
Cranes No B and 6. I.atidsldes I ir Patent
Lover. Connellnville, Shurers, iVuoiIoooks
point a.id cutter, IIIl-lit mil Left crnctet points.
Warrnuleil to fit or tin antes.
CASTINGS of all kinds made to order. Or
ders promptly attends to on f ,ir term.
DUN'N & DOttKKY,
Wnyneshiirj, Peptemher 10, I8til
NATHANIEL CLARK, the Clntliin? Mer
chant has associated his SON, AlouzoJ.
with himself, in the Clothing business. This
phco to get your SPUING and SUMMER
Clothing. If you want a
Suit, Fancy suit, or one for business, you will
And our estnl ilisliiucnt the place to purchase.
Our business house is directly in
F Ji O N T
f the Court Ilnnse, in Allison's building.
Come cue nnd nil shoulder to
and wo will send you home again with your
full of cheep and fashionable Clothiug. The
high priecs caused by traitors in
have mnde a very slight advnncn la our nsunl
low prices. Now is the time to get good bar
gains. We expect to v '
on a CA ' business, and will be enabled to
sell at very short profits. If you will favor us
with a call we will use our
i . i 1 1 -
In showing you our goods, whether you desire
to purchase or not. We ask nothing for show
ing goods. So come
along and see us and wo will greet you with
a suiUe upon our
and do our utmost to pleaso you. We havo
imulo arrangements with nno of the best Mer
chant Tailors in Pittsburgh to manufacture
goods to order, which they will
to us as soon lis manufactured. So Unit per
sons desiring goods mml to order enn have
them mnde ia tlio latest styi. Our
or Spring goods hnve already arrived. If you
should be, passing our establishment pleaso
HAL T 1
and we will try at least, to find you a good
NATHANIEL CLARK, & SON.
VLL persons knowing themselves Indebted
to tho underslgnetl, personally, are re
nucsted to make Immediate settlement, as my
I ld huninrn mint he settled up. In my absence
the business will he settled ny my son, a. j.
Clark. All accounts not settled hetore the 1st
nfJune, 1A3, willbs left with the proper of
fleer for collection. I would very much re
gret this step, but to protect myself from grent
luss, I wilt be compelled to ndopt it.
March 81. Iftl.-i-r.
PLAIN AND FANCr
JOB PFUNTI Q
M RATftY lOMa AT THIS Offf IU
CVSII PAID FOK aUH.
I will pay the hlshost prlne IN CASH for
Rags dsllversd at the Bonk Stnr.
Die. 38, '02. LEWIS DAT.
To Asfroy Rfctif Riuu-fiet, 4c, ,
To JaXro-t-Mioe, Moles, sua Anla.
To Vtrtroji Bed-HURI. j
To y(n.y Moths in Furs, Oothes, JLe,
To Iitntrog Moaqr.itoes unit FltaJ.
To lJtttroy- -Insects and Pluntsund Fowls.
To Destroy Inaects on Animals, . fEt:.'
To Drttroy Every form and specie nl V ermla.
"ONLY INFAI.1.III1.K Rl MEI1IES Ks6'v,'S."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OK
J IViUlH s
Those Prerairntlons (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats do not die on t,he premises."
"They come oui of ihelf holes to die"
"They are tho only Infidliblo remedies known."
"12 vears and more established inN. Y. City."
Utn y the City Post OUlce,
Ihed hy the Chy Prisons and Station Houses.
6'kiI hy the City Steamers, Ships, &c.
Vttd Ay the City Hospitals, Alins-Hnuses, fee.
f(A'v-lh City Hotels-'Astor'-St Nicholas,'
Utrd by the Hoarding Houses, Ac. Ac.
Umdliy -myro than KyKM) Prfttvte Families.
tSPSee one or tiro Sieamrnt of what it Kerry'
wher miidhi the Voip I'jlitore Dealrrt, j(-c.
lOUSBlt EEPERS-trmtMcd with vennin
need bo so no longer; if tliey ttso "Coirtffl's"
Externiinntors. We have used it to our satis
faction, and if a box cost $" we would have it.
We had tried polscrtis; btrt they effected noth
ing! but "Costab's" article kii(s tlie tncath
out of Ruts, Mice, Roaches, nnd licil-lteft
quicker than we can write it. It is in great de
mand nil over the cotftltry. Medina 0. Hot.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destroyed
annually in Grant County hy vermin, (hart
would pay for tons of this Rat and Insect Kil
ler. AnmxMfflr 'iA Hemld.
HENRY K COSTAR We are selling yottt
preparations rapidly. AVhcrcver they have
been used, Rats, Mice, Roaches and Vermin
disappear rapidly. -
EcKcn & Srouii'En, Druggists, Windsor, Md.
. ostar's" Bat, Roach, &c. Exterminator.
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"Costar's" Electric Powder, for Insects &c.
Itf'.'.'iC. u(IC AMI fl.OO li)XKl, BoTTLKS AND
iasks, $il ANif.' Sizes roil Plantations,
SlIlfK, Hoats, Hotki.s, fcc., &c,
CAUTION !!! To prevent the public
from being imposed upon by tyinrioiuand lliyh
ly Ferniriouii Imitation; a new label has been
pocpnred, bearing a fhr-dmile of tho Proprie
tor's signature. Examine each box, bottle or
flask, carefully before purchasing, and take
nothing hut "Costiir's."
All Wiioi.cs.ilk DnuunisTsIn the large cities
Sonic of tlio
Wliolrsnl" ,421'iiN i Nfw York City.
Sbieinin Brothers fc Co.
It. A. Fnlmestwk, Hull & Co.
A. U. & D. Sands & Co.
Wheeler & Hart.
Jaincs S. Aspinwall.
Morgan & Allen.
Hall, Ruckel & Co,
Tlionms & Fuller.
P. 1. Orvls.
Harnil, Rislev & Kitchen.
' Push, Gale & Robin'on.
M. Ward, Close & Co.
I). S. f'MiTiies & Co.
F. C. Wells A Co.
Iizr-Ite, luri-h A Gardner.
Hall, Dixon A Co,
T. W. Dvott A Co.,
H. A. Fiihncstoek A Co.
Hubert Shoemaker A Co.
French, Richards A Co.
' ; as otiibss. .
DnunnisTS GnoTF-ns, SioiiRKKEfRfts and Rb-
tailkrs gennniily in uu l ouNTnr iowns
nnd Vii.i.aoi-., In tb
UNI ED STATES.
Win. L. Creigh.
B. F. A R KCampbell
And by the Dbcogists, Stoii k a anrsas and
(yCmiNTitr Dkai.kiis can orcler as above.
Or nrlrlruss orders direct for If Prices,
Terms. Ac, Is desired, rrSend for 1802
Circular, giving reilurcrt r"riresj to
HENRY E. COSTAK,
PninripAi. Dftot No. 482 Bhoadwat, N. Y.
Waynesburg, Aug. 26, 1802,
T. MXCIiAIIl St CO.,
WHOI.KSALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
NO. 120, MARKET STREET,
CORNER LIBERTY STREET,
PARTICULARnttcntion paid to customers
work, at prices in accordance with tlie
August fi, 'C2. ly,
TJESPECTFUIiLY gives notice that be has
Xt lociitcti tn wuynesDorg, ra., wucro ue in
tends to manufacture
Of every description. From his experience In
tho business, he feels confident that his work.
in style, llnish and durability, will give entire
satisfaction. It is his dctcruiituitlon to purchase
tho best material in market, nnd employ none
but competent workmen.
CjrAII new work wiirrented for one yenr.
Wnyncsburg, Feb. 21. 18iiO.-tf.
GREAT BARGAINS IK
DRY GOODS Si CLOTHING.
WILLIAM A. PORTER
HAS lust returned from the Eastern cities
with the lurgest stock of GOODS ever
brought tn this place, which wns bought low
nnd will ho sold at about old prices, for Cash
or Produce. He invites particular attention to
his largo stock of
BOOTH AND CLOTHING 1
WM. A. will bo found nl the "tlreeno
House " .loo will reninln at tho old stand up
town, Cull soon nl either stand.
Dec. !i:id 18112. I f.
PLAIN AND FANCY
NF.ATtr i:sM;t rw ar Tiiiaorrttx
iit. wn.n. uuitiv
(VS MMKDT F0 A -
ho na mo urns,
I itemed Bleeding Gums)
JVitrsing Sore Motif hi
And tho best specific now in use for any'dla-'
eased condltfol of the mouth. It ia particu
larly bonerlclid to persons arlnif , . ,
Completely destroying evere taint of the mouth,
absorbing and removing all Impurities, InsuN
to all who make use of it. Nrj young lady at
young gentleman who is afflicted with a
BAD BREATH, 1
should delay applying this ,rrW(tf, roT.kj rf
cenmn cure, ana a spiirovod and recominca,
ded by every physlclau under whose notke if
A HAD TtTiFATIT rr.-t
Is an offence for which there ft nb' tittot't
DR. WM. B. HIIRD'V
can be procured, T"'-
Prepared at Dr. Ilurd's Dwrtirt Omfe-Nol-77,
Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. ti, ' ' , '
Price 9f rents per tttiUU.
A lilicral discount mado to dealers.
Address Principal Office, Tribune Biddings.'
No. J, Spruce Street, New York, i .- :
SoMnrsobyCaWfer. Maclf A Co., Fifth Av
enue Hotel; J. A I. Coddlngton, 715 Broad-'
VtSkf: Carat'8' Wi hMtT,- d by all
UH. iv .11. n. niiiiii i
n.i- t a ..
i vwuer possesses ine i , i ,
ARBONIC WITHOUT THE INJURIOUS1
PROPERTIES OP OH Anm,vf.
and la fttonfmm nil A-l,lo . Aib.ti. ! I
in the least injure the teeth. . . .
Its action is entirely mechanical polisldnr
without wearing the enamel. '
DR. W.u B. HURD'S TOOTH POW.-
Is recommended by all eminent Dentists.'
Prepared at Dr. Hurd's Dental Office. No!
77, Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. D.
Price, 33 Ct. per Hox-
A ltrwtml jttatmin J.i ' ' "
Address, Principal Olllcc, Tribune BbA'dYnesV
No. I, Spruce Street, N. Y.
Sold nlno hv PaswH M!,lr.r,, miu i -
cnue Hotel ; J. A I. Coddincton. 715 Brond-
way, D. 8. Barnes, 202 Broadway, and by all
IK. WM. II. IH Il D'S
roa thk curnc or
produced by exposed nerves.
It is pnrtlcularlv adnnted to all esses nf
children attlieted wjth ..
. TOOTHACHE. , . : i vr
Parents can relievo themselves from that-
distressing weariness caused by
LOSS OF SLEEP,
and their children from great suffering, by
keeping a bottle of
DR. HURD'S TOOTHACHE DROPS
in the house. ,
Pp'pared at Dr. Hurd's Dental Oflice. No,
77, Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. D.
Price only IS t'tan Dottle.
A liberal discount will be made tn dealers.
Address Principal Olllcc, Tribune Building,
No. 1, Spruco Street, N. Y.
Sold also by Caswell, Mack A Co, Fifth Av
cnuo Hotel; J. & I. Coddington, 7ir, Brond-
wny; 1J. 8. jiurncs, Uroattwar, and by all
IIt. WITI. D. IIVUD'S
roa ts ctrss n
N EUK A LGIA
or Toothache prxluccd by colds, 11 "
LOCAL NEURALGIA ' " '
Is immediately cured hy their applteafibm.
They art like a churm, and Me' ptttiiftff
hnnnless in their nature; do not produce abhV
ler, and leave no unpleasant results.
DR. HURD'S NEURALGIA PLASTERS
never fail to give' satisfaction to all who texl
their virtue. . -( :
Prepared at Dr. nurd's Dental. Office, No
77, Fourth Street, N. Y.
Price only 15 Cents). '
A liberal discount mnde to dealers. :
Address Principal Ollice, Tribune Bulldlngv
No. t, Siiruce Street, N. Y. - -l
Sold also by Caswell, Mack & Co., Fifth Af
nun lTnlut. T ,t T Piulillmrtui 71R Tl. , .
way; D. S. Barnes, 202, Broadway, and by alV
Druggists. , . -
Notics. We are dally ftecfvlng orders Mr
send by mail some one or more ofDr Hurd's
Dental remedies, which wo cnnnol WI, Aono'
are mailable except the Neuralgia Plasters. .
which we send in an envelope on receipt of the
commodate nersons in Dlnces When tlm ilm
gists nnd storekeepers are liehind theage, we
havo put up packages in white etnbcWd box
es, 7 inches by 4, with compnrtificnts, eacht
box containing a bottle of Dr. Hulrd's Mouth
Wash and Toothache Drops, a lix of Tooth
Powder, the Neumlgla Plaster, amfl a ralnablo
little treatise on Teeth and their Ihiseasea, th
best means of preserving them, anil the proper
treatment of chililrcn's teeth, wortfr of itself the
entire cost to every young man ot woman, or
parents with young children, with'snndry oth
er necessary articles; price per pfackage, One
Dollar, or six packages for , scit bv exrvou
as directed. As tho Express charges are not
much, if any, more on a dozen than on one, it
is far chcniicr to order six or a dozon pnckaci-a
atone time. A large Ikmily will wuntalL or
the surplus can be disxiseu or to neignbors
with public benefit, for no one can estimate
tii.ur ii,i,h nnln .nfTiirlnir nnh.nnl.. .
:' "itihciw ami
fliHnminimf.nL nxrwrme. loss nf tlm
nov wniiifi im uiivcii 111 inn frrainiM. ir
laniiiv wniny nou nno oi ini-ra rmeKai.ra .kll.
lu Itseir, Is a completo set or uental Iimriu.
AililrpM Win. IL llllnl A CO.. Trlh..-. ni,.i
ings, new i ora, nnn wnie ine nsoie and I
dress plainly. W. R. II. A Co. refer to I
mayor oi urooaiyn, uu. tv. UriffliK pi
dent of the Farmer's and tltlzen's Hank twi
vm tn tUm liVUl.tr nf IliA A n,nrln . . ..
. r . v w iiHe
ivsi'tiuv n. i.i i i, i . imrnura, fjta
knows a (rood thine when he sen u.Zl'X .
lias airoauy oruoreu a socooa snpjii elc ,
IOOO Asentt Vnnira.
Tolntroduce Dr. Ilurd's IVnuiRMn .
every county. Men or women who wtJ. Jl
make money qutcklr, rnn do Ksnr with thI
arlli'lm than anything In market, i The am
now, useful, low priced, ami w are JLtij!!
Ihmisands in advertisins; thcralhr thebenent
ofagKiita. Boxes of snnipk-s, cmitalnlna- a dot
en (if the one dollar packages imre analkML
with circulars, will Im arnt on itreli of airfB
itolliirs, ntMHit half price. In any iM-raon wWa
lug to lift his imt bur skill In rnv
vluw nf hoeoiiiltig an agent. Tht-y riin he anM
hi a day. We wm.hl rather p,y i1M
Cnniiniasions UiIIiom who prove theauerfft
erllclenl salesmea. Now Is tht tM tn cabi'tn
the busincM. for address M rstemqj
above. Ieembsrl m.tj.