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eWaynrsbHrg Republican. nKivAi.4 asb nEP.frnFTri.rTii'E MAIL) TO AND f'lloM WAl NESllUUli : Krom WayAceburg to Wayneeburg. arrival, Wednwadacs,, 7Up. m.j fKpurture, Wednesdays, t, ft. in. f via joneytown.l From Waynesburg to Willow Tre, arrlvnl, Wednesdays, 11 a. m.; departure, Wednesdays, 11. m. From Washington Pn. to Wayneeburg, arrival dntlx.Tp. in.; i'ii!.-it Sun laj sj de parture daily, UJKp. m.. lexeept fctiudeysi. From lllcc's Landing to Waynesburg, arrlvnl dally, , p. in., (except Munduya,; departure dally, t, a. m., (except HiiikIiivmi. From Waynoshurg, Pa. to Cameron, W. Va arrlval.Tueaduya anil ftuturdayt, S, p. in., depar ture, Monduya and Fridays, , a. m. From Waynesburg to Went Alexander, Wash. Co., i'a., arrival, Fridays, 7, p. in., departure, Buturduv. 7, a. m. From Waynesburg to Morgnntown, W. Va., arrival, Wednesdays, 4, p. ui., departure, Thurs days, (t, a. m. From Waynesburg to Mlddlebonrne, W. Va., arrival, Wednesdays, 5, p. m., departure, Tues days, t, a. in. Nw AnvtsrrtsKftairrs. The attention or our readers It specially- directed to the follow tag advertisements, which appear Tor the flrst time in our piper to-day. List of Premiums. Register's Notice. ' Admr'i. Notice Estate of John Horedock, Pr., dec'd. BherilTt Sale. Admr'i. Bale Estate of Wot. Drake, dec'd. Boils ExrLoaiox. ihtt Vittrttiivj AV Uii)! Frighiul Ihvoe! On taut Wednes 'day, the 7th Inst., ahout one and a half o'clock r. ., the monotony seemingly omi nous, that pervaded our town was broken by report and shock that lnroluutarlly brought everybody to their feet. All eyes were di rected toward the planing mill, recently erect ed and running, but a cloud of steam and dust riling in the air pointed to the foundry of Mr. Dan'l. Owen, on Greene St., as the place of disaster. Hurrying thither, a scene baffling description was presented. Shuttered lumber, iron and miscellaneous debris hurled by the explosion lay scattered around. Ter ror stricken faces told the story. Tb bodies of Mr. Owen and Frank., a son of Simon Rinehart, Esq.. about 14 years of age, lay in the road .blackened, torn and dinflurt) I. They were quickly removed and medical aid summoned. The boy, however, was beyond assistance. 8t uvJing In the door of the build ing, fronting the boiler, he w:ts blown sixty feet, striking a hoard fence feetlbremost, and it is supposed tint a piece of iron slruck him on the head scattering his brain, and other wise breaking and mangling his body, the steam and water completely broiling his flush. The poor fullow survived but two hours. Mr. Owen wits hurled about thirty fuet, and being on the InsiJe it is supposed that he was forced through tho wcnthcr-boardlng. His Clothing was in tatters and the face and legs, from the thighs down, terribly scalded. Tho flying m iasiles had made several terrible gashes in his limbs. Cinders were Imbedded in the flush and the red-hot furnaco bars had seared it. From the flrst he maintained Ids presence of mind, which in connection with the in domitnhlu counigu he displayed led to the be lief that he would survive his injuiles. This was not to ho, however. Alter lingering un til Thursday in iutenso agony, he expired, about 7 o'clock p. at. ' Tho boiler was tint of a portable e nglnc, small with a single flue in which the fire was. It is chimed by those working at tho estab lishment to have been considered dangerous, the H ie alvivc, whore tho tire ik oociirred, having Deen bulged ronin time Mr O. wis aware of ibis and is s.iid to Iihvj hern careful in the mnn.igeitit-nt on this account. When the explosion .e nrre.1 Hie steam whs high, but the safety valve was not blowing oir, ow ing to a heavy beam hclry placed ou it, mid the gumming of the valve. Having a ' blast'' ready they were about to start tin "Ian," and the first few revolutions the accident happen ed. A greater loss of life and destruction of property was saved fr'm the blowing out of the ends, and not a later il explosion, and from the position of the boiler. The other operatives were nil in tho building. Tho storm of fragments of wood and iron, and the hot water that swept across the road and tho whole lengih of Mr. W. Gapcn's lot, a distnnca of 190 feet tearing the ground, blight ing the giaas and shrubbery, found but the two victims. The children of the last named gentleman bad left the yard, very fortunately, to play in the stable. The accident has cast a shadow over the community, deploring as it docs the loss of a child of ono of our citizens and the death of Mr. Owen, a man whom It will be hard to replace in our social and business circle. Thompson's Tooth Soap, the best prepara tion for cleansing tho teeth, at Q. W. Huberts A Co s. Drug Store. Tim following facts relative to the death of " young Roberts, (See under the head "Died,") have been communicated us by C. C. Hardin of Whltely tp. : lie emigrated to the far west a year since ; and was principally engaged as a common school teacher ; but taking a short respite from his profession, he became engaged on the Union Pacific R. R, Here he was de tailed as an assistant cook, but owing to some slight discrepancy between himself and the principal, be asked his employer to relieve him. Young Roberts' watch had been hang ing in tho cook-car for the convenience of both ; and after being relieved be desired to remove the watch. To this the principal, a man by tho name of Archibalds objected, upon which, one word led on to another, til' Archibalds drew a revolver and shot yonng Roberts in the neck, the ball lodging in the neck bone. He was removed to Omaha City, at which point he received the best of medi cal treatment After lingering some three days, death relieved his suffering. Archi balds is in Irons awaiting bis trial at Omaha City. Roberts was a young man of fine promise, an ornament to society, and an honor to him self and family. ' ' for the best vinegar go to 0. W. Roberts A u-a. j.irug wore. . . Home of our Cotetnporaries seem to think that the triumph of their cause dopended, like the late of Jericho, upon the amount of noise , made in these days ot refinement and luxury, . an article of real Intrinsic merit it soon appre ' elated i hence the unbounded and unparal leled success of PLANTATION BITTERS, Tubs remedy has ever and alwsys been found reliable As general stimulant and tonic appetizer It cannot be excelled It b no doubt a sovereign remedy for stomschle dia , orders for Dyspepala, Liver Complaint, and ' la stimulating a healthy appetite, ".. MiowouA f ATM. A delightful toilet arti clesuperior toOoiosrn and at half the price. . " - ''. . t Fcucnooa. W bsve no pott to bug this 'e on vsry ww teas I Small Pox la "not a faUttKm to watl" Tnairrr, Mr. I tosses , UcCurdy, of oar town has In hit garden at tomato-Tine with Onehundrtd and Seraty-ht locoa? on tv Wo nil tut 5ie tomatoes n t rtoe l AroLooarto Thj good looking in ) tal ented young editor of the UtrtBLios is ab sent on cruise among his patrdui He has either taken bis mi with him or lucked thim up In his sanctum safe. We ca i t find them at a 1 events Hence, if IbU paper is not at ".ich, rare and racy" this week, as it U wont to be, please atlri mte it to cam over which we have no control. Wu expect the gallant editor back In the course of a week or ten days and shall be but too happy If he shal have preserved bis brain undisturbed and his tender heart unaffje We fear tbat he may encounter many brain bumpers and heart feelers. He is strictly temperate but being a young man there's the rub I A Tnes Leaoko Caur. The Kittanning BembHen gives an account of a heifer CW1 recently born in that neighborhood, having but three legs, and no tail ; head and all the rest of the body regular. We know of a but' CWin Wavneahu-g. that bat but lire legs, with a tail larger than bis head ! Brownnillt Clpptr. There is no such calf here, nor do we pre cisely know what "Old Beth'' alludrt to. However we presume it is one ol bin charac teristic "oxibustlcal" squibs which will be explained very graphically in a subsequent number of the Cl!pp-r. A . splendid assortment of Perfumery and Toilet oobpa at Q. W. Roberts Js Co l RaisiJOTna Wwd. We see It advertised In the Brownsville CRpptr, that our fellow townsman, Capt Wm. H. Stoy, the gifted author and practitioner of instrumental music is about to hold a series of Gift Concerts In Titrlons places at the close of which he pro poses to give to the person holding a ticket with the lucky number, a f .WO piano t to an other one In luck a 9'-''0 organ, and so on, till over 91 Oflft has been distributed to fortu nate ticket holders. We hope Prof. Stoy will succeed, now that be has set bis foot into the enterprise Barrett's Hair Restorative, for sale at Q. W. Roberts & Co's. Druir Store. Another MiianHS At CooKSTown. On the Ard Inst., John Evans a resilient of Green field, Washington county, disappeared mys teriously from Conkstown, Fayette county, and under circumstances which gave itse to the suspicion that he had been murdered anil sunk in the Monongahela river. 'I he river was searciied aud on Saturday the body was discovered in tho middle of the stream, where it had been anchored. Three men, named John Biltton, Win. Fleming and Connor were arrested on suspicion of having commit ted the crime, and placed In jail. Britton b understood to have made a partial confession in which he states that s rrtaa natsed John Shaw knocked deceased down and jumgicd on him, after which tho body was placed In a skiff, taken to the middle of the river and thrown into the water." Shaw had not been arrested at last accounts. Mishlcr's Herb Hitters for Dyspepsia, at 0. V. Roberts & Co's. Drug Store. Tonx Orr. On list Friday, a son of a Mr. Dell, nfJeflVrson tp , had his ha'id torn olf by a threshing machine. We did not learn how. Small Accounts. It Is strange remarks u cotciiipomry, that iruny peiwiiialitdltille con cern in tho mailer of pa lag (m dl debts "Sir aws show which way tliu wind Mows," is a homely proverb; and a man who mg l-i ts to settle inluor bills :di mid not complain if bis trustwoithiiicss be ipi'istioued at a tune whi n good standing would he 'of the utmost servic: to biin. If a small debt he due, there is no excuse for neglecting iis payment. For the host Paint Brushes go to O. W. Roberts & Co s Ding Store. Accidkstal Davrit. Mr. Chaa. II. Bceson a prominent ti teen of Uulnntown died on the Bth Inst, on tho Pittsburg and Connellsville railroad, near Layton's Station, Tno cause of his death was tho drinking of sulphuric acid, which ho found in the p!cr mill of C P. Markle & Co., at West Newton, and which lie mistook for water. Mr. Beeson was en gaged in the mercantile business for a great number of years, and being succsior to the old firm of Beeson & Co., his presence will be missed, and it will be a long time before bis place can be filled. Paints, dry and in oil, at O. W. Roberts & Co's. Drug Store. Rk Cnios. The annual re-uninn (we can't account for the name,) was held in the College Tuesday evening, ol last week. The halls of the building were thrown open, and tbo taste fut mauncr in which they were ornamented gavo them a really pleasing appearance Both sexes of alt ages were present: ladies in whito, gents in bfack;pretty ladles, pretty boys; ugly ladies, ngly boys Si'tlng, promenading' sparkling repartee and music made up the evenings enjoyment. Wo want to go some m-o-r-e! PfcN.11.TT roa Stealiro Fkmt. An ex change calls the attention of persons -who slcal fruit to the fact that the law of tCO im poses a penally of .0 fine and sixty day's imprisonment for any such offense, when proven before any Aldeimanor Justice of the Peace. The same law provides a penaltv of from $5 to $0, with costs, for wilfu'ly enter ing or brcaaing Into any orchard or garden the flee being one-half to the informer, and one-half to the owner of the land. Fast work to vkkd tiik Hdiort. On Fri day evening last, the enterprising Arm at the Steam Mill in this place, procured one hun dred and twenty bushels of new wheat, and on Saturday evening they had ground ninety bushels of it, and retailed all the flour in small quantities. Our people are eating biscuit again. . A full stock of Patent Medicines or all kinds at Braden's Drug Store. Ths warm afternoons bring out largo num bers of loafers and politicians on the shady side of the streets Under the Court House portico seems to be the principal rendezvous for the politicians. The merits for various aspirants for political offices at the coming election are gravely, humorously and fc tlously discussed. The license question is also agitated, and various topics of minor Im portance receive an equal share of the "gas" expended on the occasion. All the best flavniing extracts cheap at Brauen s Drug wore. Irosnion all AionD.--On the 81st nit., under the bead of "A Good Thing," we noticed "The American Republic and Rail road Map," stating that Wm. Denny was the agent and that tho price wafa)3. Our good young friend, L Hamuh Bkll, who la General Agent for the Map, writes ul that Mr. Denny hat no agency to tell the map whatever aad that the prioe It only 91 60 that Mr. Denny wUl not be allowed to do Brer any maps, bat that any who may have sabturlbtd to Mr. Deaoy can procort tho map from the General Agent whnot tdfoeas to Carttlchaela, OfotM County, V. Ben Linsoed Oil White Lead and Turpen tine at Bra len' Dru Si to. That Railroad. Now Is an excellent Ithi'e fir our merchants, farmers and business men generally to refl et upon the advantages of Railroad communication. Now, whi at nav igation Is suspended to await repairs on the Locks and tho niora uncertain tuppiy of wa ter now whilst we pay one dollar perbnn- ered to get Ireujht from Pittsburg on the slow coach of twenty years sgo-now, whilst our produce lies dead Id our granaries lor want of market now, whilst We suffocate tlrese sultry days, from daylight to daik, In Tin t over crowded stage is a peculiarly sppropil ate time to ponder on Railroads, and to facili tate conclusions. The route it now being surveyed. Who will not take stock in tbe enterprise f A full stock of Druet always on hand at Braden's Drug Store. Reported tor tho Republican by B. F. Flennlkon.) Harvkt's Church, ) August II, IHi;t. f ScnooL Exhibition On last Friday even ing, August 9, the clliiens of this quiet but very Intelligent community were treated to quite a "Literary Feast'" by the scholais of the school taught by Mr John lams. The evening a as uncomfortably warm, and also the house was filled to overflowing and very poor ly ventilated. The performances commenced at half past 7 o'clock, aud lasted about three hours. Somo of the performances deserve especial notice. Tbe Salutatory by Miss Em ma Throckmorton was very good, and the Select Cration by Samuel Ross Subject "Tbe loss of a firm national character." Of the able mauner in which he delivered his performance too much could not be said. The essay of Miss Emma Murray Subject "Pleasure after pain," I would call a very good performance ; also the essay of Miss Mi nerva McK"nnah Subject "Passing through the world." The Original Orations of Samuel Jewel Subject the "United States." and John MuiTay Subject "Utilitarian System," were ably and eloquently delivered. The select Oration of Master "Tom." McEennah deserves a passing notice. He Is very small, but something of an orator already, and we predict success for him. The Periodical read by Miss Annie Burroughs was splenr'id, con taining wit and hmnor. It was gotten up in good style, and the Valedictory by Miss "Kato" Harvey was excellent. Altogether the performances were good, and reflect urent honor both to the scholars and teachers. Of tho order wo could not beast much. Some of the audlonco were deprived of part of tho performances on account ol a few drunken men. "The National Brass Band" from Waynesburg enlivened tho occasion with choice music. At tho conclusion of tho ex ercises Dr. D. V. Gray arose and made a short speech 011 the Railroad through Greene courty, and snvs it is a prnc'ic il fact. The people up here appear to bo in earnest about the matter, and have mado arrangements for it Railroad nieelini;, to be hel I tt Jackson ville i n the I'tU Inst. N 'TicE At u -portal meeting of th'i Com mon council of tha II iroiiirh of Waynesburg held nt tho Oilloe of the Bruges Tuesday morning August III, IKlo. On motion, the following preainalile aud Resolutions were unaniniausly adopted. WuiaiKis, It is iil'i-geil nnd generally be Ib vi d.th it ihu S.n tllPox U in tuu Jlormyh of vVnyiic-lill'g! Haohnl, That all persons In whose families Ih Te is Small Pox be ifgently requested to use nil precaution, to prevent communicating the disease to others, by remainim; at Home as much at pos'lble, and avoiding contact with ot In rs. and using great caution in n j v d to clothing and other material by which the disease miglil be communicated. Itfwlvnl, That it is the duty of all persons who have not li en vac.-lnatcd lobe vaccinat ed Immediately and tbcv a e earnestly request ed to attend to this important duty. AVWo.-ii That tho Piiy-icinus attending Small Pox patients be requested to use great precaution by changing their clothing at tot visitin,' their patients, nnd to use all other proper means to prevent tho commsmcation of the disuasc through them. Wm. E. Gapb!, Burgess. B. F. FLK.t-ttkK, SeCy. Notices nfMnrrinntt and Otntht iiuerltd tret 1 tnr nil Triliutn of Rrmttt tmd CWrxirie dmgtti etgnt ttnn a tin. 1 he rnont; mutt be auptincttl to hcwi trior innerlioa. OWEN-On the 8th Inst., Mr. Daniel Ow en, of Waynesburg, Pa., aged 4S years. Tho death of Mr. Owrn resulted from the boiler explosion which happened at bis foun dry, on the 7th inst In this sad calamity our community has lost an estimable citizen; one who was respected and esteemed by all. . no was of earn 03 1 and active hnsinesshab its. nn honest man, and a true Mend. A kind and affectionate, husband and father his loss will be sadly felt by his f nil'y, for whose happiness he labored so faithfully. He will he missed by but friends, and by all who knew blm. For when a good man dies his loss Is felt by all. Ho was a member of the Chrisiian church, and died in the hope of a glorious immortall y. He left a widow and nine children. May God bless them and comfort thorn in their af fliction. RlNEHATsT On tbo Tili hist - Franklin I. Rinehart. son rf Simon Rinehart, Esq,, of naynespurg, agca 14 yeara, . . , . He was one of tho victims of the boiler ex plosion which occurred at the foundry of Mr. Owen, lie was a kind-hearted good boy, nd being the eldest son of his parents living at toe nine incir oiuesi n ntving died in the army his death and the manner in which it occutred, wus a tcriible blow to them. May God who alone can give consolation, comfort them in their afBicliou. One we loved has left our number For the dark and silent tom' 1 Closed Ait eyes in deathless slumber Taken la U$ early bloom. ..... a ... nuBiKiB-ui lypnoiu revw, nt his res idence, Oak Forest, this count v, on Saturday, August lOtli, 18G7, Dr. Wm. Roberta. The subject of this notice wot a man well known and highly esteemed throughout tbe upper end of the county. Ho was a success ful and faithful physician, bad an extensive practice, and his lost will seriously effect tbe interests of a large community. lie leaves a bereaving wife and three smull children. He was buried on Sabbath in the honors of Odd- fellowship, tho funeral being rne of the largest ever witnessed in that section. . ROBERTS Of gunshot wound, on the 1 1th of July IHtiT. Mr. If. J. Roberts, (formerly of urccne couniv, 14,, 1 in fseurasica iermory, In the year of his age. . A YOUXQ Imlv accustomed to drink ing cider, recently joined the order of uotxi 1 emptors, one now eata apples and eeta her "feller'! to squeeze ner, which she thinks is a good substitute for her favorite beverage. - , . Ex-Governor David R. Porteb died at his residence in HarrUhnnr on Tuesday, in the seventy-ninth, year of mi auj .'.yearly 11 gunerauon nos pass ed sway since he occupied .a conspicu ous place among his iellowdtuens. H AI MESBI BM MAEliET. WAYxcsauaa,Au. IS. 1897, Corrected Weekly tor tbe RirusucAir. PRODUCE. Butter (fresh roll J 15 IS -11&S15U 10 u w 14 tg( UOl......;. fuuitcm f bush ............, Lard ft Tallow t Country Soap V lined Peacliui f ,........ ,.. FLOUR AND GRAIN. Flour II bbl ... Wbrat bush Kye bush...... - ... Corn a bush - Coru Maul bush ..... nnnrrnin 11W t GO 100 to to Coffee f s. '. ....:....... Tea V sua 15 90 tirown Mugar T- . Kellnud Sugar t Hyrupy fill Moliusc iN. Ortoans,) ............. HorKliuin gal -.. Salt bbl lOO 1 100 IM 16 Hico a - PITTSBmSH NABKETS. Batubdat, August 10, 180?. GRAIN AND FLOUR. Wheat, Penn'a. and Ohio, Winter Rod fl 05-ai 10 Hve )ush Il 104 UaUf bush Corn a bush Spring Wheat 1C ..... 1L-I...... 75 H . 10 00411 Winter Wheat.. ... 11 Will 50 PROVISIONS. Phoulilers ..... 11 ..... 21 421'. IWVi .... 1 VW 00 ..... SlKc5uO 115 10 30(319 sugar Cured Hanu.. ijxro potatoes, n bbl Uriwn Apples y bbl.. Cheese bugs dos - Duller CIIIt-AGO MARKET. Chicago, August 10, 1807, FLora Verv dull and lower. Whkat Hull: aulosof No. iiprlni at II 803 1 88. . Cons Qumt j no. 1, ni sue ; no. z, ij85e. Oath Dull, at r,i.jo." Rye Kirm and la.ac lowor 1 at (039Se for No. i; wi,iw lor o. a. 1IAK1.KT null nn'i iiuiuinni, rKovimuss Active: Moss pork, $23 WVJII. I..Hloiili.t nt 1 'ial Hkev (,'ArrLE Dun at r7 25457 75 for fnlrto k'mxi snipping. Hoos Dull at W 9030 85 for for good to choice exini. Hhekp Dull nnd nominal. WOOL MARKET. New Yoiik. Aimust 12. Thn nmrlril l vr dull, and whatever sold Is nt vory low figure. TliuMilos for tlio wo.-k Inelude avi,'00 ! Hewn In lots m :VKit")7c ni'Mtly botweon IWPIoj 75 W) It's Toxin, part sHi&Mc; :15,iW n Cnllfornla,' lWS21ej U,0iw Bit tub wushud, Ijo; 5i bules Port Plillllp nvunigH, 5W; I J11 bales Donskol, 20 do do, on pri- vtii laiinn; ids .noun, nue; .1,'MI l"8 line uo, prlviituierins: ao.Ois) Vm pulled on nrlvnte tornis. purl 'e. The bules of Capo reported in our mat, ivun a iu wiiuu rcporieu, so wo are imormeu uy inn uwiiurtf. 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Inflammation, or ulcer- ut Ion of tho bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prostrate elands, stone in the bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust deposits and all diseases of the bladder, kidneys and dropsical swellings. Use iiRi.MnoLii's Fluid Extract Bccurj. 3;ia,ti;-eowly 5.nr. Whllllesy lakn plensare 1st an nouncing to nis numerous friend and patrons that he has returned to Washington and rosunv ed practice at Ills' old stand, corner of Main and Chestnut streets, where he can be found nt all times by those wishing to consult him in regard to diseases nnd their treatment. The Dr. deems It unnecessary to enter into tho details of his theory and practice, as from hundreds of cases which he has treated with complete success in Washington and ailjolnlng counties,, tho public nre more or loss acquainted with his system, Ho would, however, say Uint during his resi dence in Cincinnati! he had experience in hospi tal practice, making weekly visits to the princi pal hospitals of the city, coming in contact with chronlo diseases of every typo and kind, nnd having ample opportunity to witness the effect of the most approved and scientific modes of treatment, the Doctor has also added to tils office a very fine Microscope, which enables blm to make Optical, chemical, and Microscopical ex aminations of nny enso that may bo prcsonted, In short, to reduce medical Diagnosis by means of the urlnu to absolute corUlnty, leaving no room for doubt, either on his part, or that of the patlont. 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I can conscienti ously recommend him to all my patrons, fueling assdred that he will rendor the very best satis faction to all. I must now say farewell toall my friends and pleasant acquaintances. .J go to seek another homo, expecting tosce.butfew Of you again in tho present state, but cherishing a fond hope to meet yon all In trie land of the Just. V 1th every good wish bcliove me truly yours, ;I2-3ra - S. S. PaTTOJC. eT-nrlmkold'a Extract nnrhtf fives health and vigor to the framo and bloom to the palulchcek. .Debility la accompanied by many alarming symptoms, and If no treatment Is sub mitted 10, consumption. Insanity or epileptic aw ensue, S;lS,'87-oowiy. re.Tho Glory of Man la Slrvarth.- lueroiore ins nervous and domiiiatoa snoaia immediately use Jlelmbold's Extract uucnu. 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BKIL- UN IIOt'OHTON, Howard Association, Phila delphia, Pa. fcly aA.Eofeebled aad delicate coastltaHoaa, of both sexes use rielmbold's Extract Buchu II will give brisk and energetic feelings, snd snable to you sleep well. aUJeowly S.Taho no snore anpleaaaal aad aa- useful retnedlet for hnpleoaant and dangerous diseases. Use Holrabold's Extract Buchu and Improved Rose wash, -,U,'l7-owly. .Colgate et Co's. rJlERASIVE SOAP lamanamelarod from PTTRfi MATERIALS, and may be eontldered the STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. For sal by all Groceries. (-,5-ly. 7-IIelmbold's Extract Bncha and Ira- proved Ross Wash cures seeret and delicate dis orders In all tholr stages, at little expense, little or no change In diet, no Inconvenience and ne exposure. It is pleasant In taste and odor. Im mediate In lu action, and free from all lnjurlons proprieties. tl3eow-ly. 4-lllmbo1d'l Plnld Extract Bneha It pleasant In taste and odor, free from all Injuri ous properties, and Immediate In Its action. s;ueow-iy 4To Consumptives. The advertiser, having been restored to health In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for sevoral years with a aevore lung affection, and that droad dlseoso Consumption is ancx lous to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure: To all who doaire It, he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge,) with the di rections for preparing and using thessme, which they will nnd a sure cure for Consumption, As thma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and all Throat nnd Lung Affections: The only object of the ad vertiser in sending the Prescription Is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be Inrnitinble, arid he hopes every sufferer will try his romody, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Patties Wish ing the prescription, free, by return mall, will please address Rxv. Edward A. Wtuo, 6;5-ly Williamsburg, Kings Co., N. Y. jjthntfered Constitution Restored by Hclmbold't Extract Buchu. S;13,'87-eowly. Jin 60i1j. IN T EVV STORE I FRANK. M'GUROAN, Has Just openod a Ort class STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS.dC, AC. In the Store Room of Oeorgo E. Minor, nnd nearly opposite the Farmers' A Drovers' Nation al Uauk, WAYNESBURG) T A. TUU "lock is ALL NEW AND FRE&l . Hi would rMpwtfuMy Invito tht pnhlin to cull nnl exumlnq his In mo and fmtlilonnble ntoclc. Hi taite ami fxrwrlence In KOlcntlntz floods : hi one ray nnd dt'titrmi nation to plcuso the public ittut rt.naeroa mn& FIRST CLASS STORE I Ills stock embraces a large assortment of GENTLEMEN'S' CLOTHING ! of tho most fashionable and dttrablo qualities. Also, me uncut quuiuy 01 LADIES' DREW GOODS, rtEAVV DRESS SILKS WITH WHITE EDGE, and a full assortment of Fancy Figured Silks of ull colors. Also, Mnprcss t loin, I'opiins, .110 74imoiriies, wool ueiainn aouoie wioins, roiK Mliuwls, Itlstorl shawls, Milk Saeques lateMtatyie, Pnrasols, Ftinev Fans, Fngllsh HlblKius and -ILK....- -11 luJM..nJ a.l.l,V,. . If.,. wreaths and Flowers, Lace Handkerchiefs auci Embroideries, and a full assortment of TRIMMINGS IN GENERAL. Also,' Counter Panes, Lace Cnrtalns, Piano uoveni.wmijuaon Mivers, isiae aaoio uuvcrs, ana in short a full stock or ail gooes usually Kept in n first olasa Trlrnrrtina- Htore. Don't foraot the nlace, In the NEW STORE IKXiMof Ooo. E. JUuor. g;7-tf FRANK. M'GUROAN. QUIUERf OUinER AOAINBT TTTE WORU)l ANOTHER HUGE ARRIVAL! Determined to b foremost In everything, Ghlher no jusi receivea uie LARGEST AND 5tOT COMPLETE STOCK OP. GOODS ........ Ever brought to Waynasbnrg. OA to Oalher's, (to to Oulher'e, Oo'to eulher's. If yon want If yon want If yon want Oieat) Oond 1 1 cheas Oomta f I Cbaap Oosda 1 1 Tiir-r. TlICUUILL AG Rl CULTURAL SOCIKTT At a mrnlar meeting of the (stockholders of th above named rVirlety-tt was reeolved that th suieletv hold the! r tnd Annual Exhibition at their fair grounds. In Rlchhlll t- OrMneeoanty-, PshltaaaalMlnunsdlat payment, and on Wrdntaday and Thnm.rpymhavtt tk 1 clalrel wllf present Uwm proporlr th. Mtr a IX W'WATTOW n L lert IBraa-lmenS. A.Poa tw. eee. -B. Kwiosrr.rlor.aee. . t,-w ...r , , . , . .... t USINKSU MAN 8 COMMERCIAL COL- LEOE, : . . i ... Kot. t An I 8t. Clara trtxasr. rnttsbsrgh. Pa. This institution has been In operation for a nutn- Der 01 yean, anu 1 couuucieu. euccesniaity oy an able corps of toacbors, whose object Is to make each pupil understand thoroughly every branoh of a BUSINESS EDUCATION, to prepars them for BUSINESS MES I Book-keehlnv. PenmaashlD and Arithme. lie, (tlmo uiillmitpl,) IM.OO Book-keeping, peumaiisblpand Arithme- tie 8montliH,. SO 00 Business and Ornamental Penmanship per month 1 10 00 ComoA Kitgltsh Brunches per month.... 10 00 Aigeorn, i-iioiiograpny aim nusiiioas Lurroopon- uoncoaocoruiug 10 agreement. AU ourspeelmens are executed with a pen. A full course can be completed In sight weeks. For circular or specimens, address ;7-3mos. N. HHAFFER. rrUlE RUSH IS NOW AT SLATER ODENBAUGH'S DIIUQ 8TORE! nerespeetfttliy informs the cltltens and physi cians generally, that lie has received the largest and Itncit slock of DRUGS AND MEDICINES ever offered in this market ,whleh he will SELL CHEAPER than can bo purchssed anywhoro elso In the county. PAINTS OF ALL KISDS! Dry and In oil. of tho vory bent ouulitv. chcunor innn mm cntjnposi. DYE STUFFS.' of ths very finest sclcctlou. OLD LIQUORS I .- of allAtlnds, tho finest that can bo procured In tne ataio. i no UNYIELDING LUNG SYRUP I Aromodv unmirDnnsrvl for thn euro of hlcodlna oftliolunuH, Hpittlnu of blood, norfnssH of t lit? bPfitwt and client, willchnnun tho frail vol low coimiioxion to ono or hi-nun, mm win euro Myrv pepsin. Ihla nymp is ono or tho most untMiii inedloinos of tlio ihiv. Thin in a Into nifHllclne und wo do not Know of it fniliiiR In n Hlngle oomo try It. Also, nil othor rromtnfnt putmit medicines Alwnys on hiind, Towt her with t tin Tough ii'i uiiiuii'M , iiiit im.'hl ill umj nil iiiauiini:a ui iiiv lIinIII,COUL,llH. tSC. Also, n Mvruii th only rcmodv for hoonln-t vi'ukii. nsf iur ouio ui, o, vuuiiuuukii b avi tig ntun', p L A 8 T I (J L A T Jfi FOR R 0 O F I iV a AND OTITEK PUfiPOSErf. An a Rooflnx Material HntnndR unrlrnllArl. A muHtlcat iflHUtH ItNlf toe vory nliApe anil nlop. Non-combtiBtible. lmnerTioni. non-exunnsive. nndumlocnying. FROST DOES NOT CRACK tfbn HEAT DISSOLVE IT. Tliconly roriflnn mntrrlnl cvrrdlncovrrcd that win rrnini. tno action or tno elt'tmmti an long an tho ntrurturo It Droturts. Ik' i nit MUHiTDtuite of little. If not any wtr from nx nrwur, and pr- iriiy r iMywxtt, 11 is unfuaut''i nn ncoai ina for Miinnfaotnrlnii nnd harm Hiilldliiirf. fen- cm, hrhlgiMi, botlomnof VvaniMk, Vaultft, A Hofcrciirrn glvon In nny purtof tho county, or apwlmons shown to visitors. Apply hy letter, or In ponton to . UJU.NftH MCSTLEY8VILLK,WARH.tO..I'A. Licunaeua ol With, and Oww countli's. L. WJONM, Aoent. 4;3t-tf. Waynotiburg, Pa, u, S. UiTKRSAT HEV. NOTiCE AU persons wishing Oavsrnmcnt Llecnse or information as to the payment of other fnvern me nt Taxea. rcoMlnir In DIvlNion No. S. eoinno- ad of Marlon, Kranklln, Wayne, Allepjio (III- nmrn. nprinaniu. i.enire, -iivKfifin, itieiuiiii ami Morris townsblfi will call on me at mi offlce in Waynesburii, HIMO.V HINKItAKT, U. M. Ass't Assessor IMv. No. 9, Slth IlsU f 1!. W.'ST-Jm fMIE MONONGAHELA HOUSE, klCC'S t-SNPIFO, OBEKXR COL'KTT, Ti., OLIVER & BAtAribTTrtOPRIETORa, The beat accommodntlons furnished tbe travelling-public, lloune and" appurtenances complete. Table always spread txmnurully with the dullca ciirn of the sejison. Horses fur hire: feed and 'stabling at reuoonable rates. 0;'J6-tf. E. J M. SAYER& ATTOBSrr AND COCMSKLLOa IT uw. in ao'imnn 10 mil' r iiMriitin win niirun w, an ouies ill llankrupu y that reiiy boentrusted to,hls eriL lirrli!i.oniMMita Droit Mtoreof i. W. Rob- oru it Co. nfAVNESCURCf JIARBLE A5D sTONE IT VCitER. SAYER8 rf- ItlNEITART. Stlfl' continue to carry o'n'tlie fnrbl and Stone cultlliK imslniwsai meir uinir psiaouniien niiiiiu Immediate east of tli Public Mouare, between lllilh and Oreaie MrneU, WaynialwrK, Pa. ThlK eetabliHliinent baa lieen in constant oper ation since 1kw, nnd the long; experience and en ergy of the pnirrieiors, umcpi witn ,me exr olse of soifrid Judgment and good tiuMi, have won for them a wide Kiireifl and enviable rt'iiutntion. An extensive atiH-lc of the various varieties, of the mat nnirnie aept ronvantly on nann. i"le cial attvutlon paid to poli.hinK, premlng, enrv- inaauu enaraving. All onk-rs promptly nltM. ' . : i'.'T(-tf. UXKCUTORS' NOTICE. Latters testa men In rrnpon the estate of Joaeph Thompson, late or Centre tp., Urecne county I'a., dec'd., having Ijcen a ranted to the undersigned, notice la heniby given to all persona Indebted to said estate to make Immediate pavment, and those having claim against the same will pre sent them properly authenticated for settlement. j An. i,Ai.i. PAVID TUOMPSOX, T;rt-' " ei-n. ,.... . . , recuton. ADMINISTRATORS. OTIfE. Letter of admtnlatrattra havlna- he minted to the undersigned upon ths estate of Mary Bharpncck. nijeircrson township, Greene eoujwi ty Pa., dee'di; notice la hereby given to all peRl ona knowing tnamaelves Indebted to said estate tho Imvtng anwanuoat- L -Z i " 1TEMRY SHARrTf EOT, ' y IBaerltndtp., AdmlnlaWaVTC ,ju;e.-.-ii 1 -. W ORDERS NEVER CIASE! AT tat CLOTHING 8 T 0 R N, CLARK i SOW. Itlshd lenMr:imoeslble tosei a full saat tor 17 60, of good materlul, that we will warrant t give entire satisfaction. Light Castlraent PanM and Vest, for M fl, fine and nice style; Homme Pants snd Vest for W W, ths very best all weal fcASSlMERE BUrtSif froni ad t M dollars; the same that ha ooat fa 16 dollars. A large aad beautiful stoett of roa H ATI AMD OAPkl The newMt and llest styles, themore elegant at the llcnrielta, St. Cloud, Yacht, Breadway aa4 PEABofc-rfcAPI Ths cap deriving its.naa front ENGLAND AND AMJRIOA'fi Munificent bcnefkctor-MIl. OEO. PEAB06T. Kverv American youth who loves her greatest llenefactur sliould not fall to have one of those C'APM. A full and complete assortment of Gen tlemen's furnishing goods. We have the New York Mill and Wumautla Muslin Hhlrts; two at the best brands of muslin manufactured. - THE-'CKLEBRATED ENGLISH RUFrlB SHIRT. Wool sue Casslmero Rhlrts, Fin Corset . Jean Urnwers and Hummer Undershirt . Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Hosiery, with tins, hows and scarfs. In endless variety. The Eugene, Vletorln, and Isabella How, the very newest, th Zephyr Hrarf, 7( I'm per Collars, of all styles, Wani's Hlutkcspcara, Linen imitation. Water Proof, K.mhroideriHl, Keystone, Goldsmith's PhoniT, Grays Ac., e. . . A few late siyles eaxsl meres tha( wMU1 sold by the yard. We kindly ask yo'l to cotrlnare price before buying. fl-.B-'IfMv 0 RPIIAN'S coCrtT saLeT Tty vlrtnf of dprreo and' In purinn of an rdor UhuiwI o'.lt of the Ornnftnir Court of Ori-an nunty, I will expocv to publle iala, on th pn- SATURDAY. SEPTESBETt 1, HOT, a certain messuage and tract of land sttsmt la Jelferson township, adjoining lands of John snd urorie inx, lurilHril ituwxins, iion. i nos r, Polloeii.Tho,, HharDiieek and Daniel Murdoak; containing ONE DCNDRED AND ElallTY-fitX AND Til UKE-FOUHTU ACRES, morn or less, ahnltt ofie hundred acres of which are elenred, and has thereon s hewed log dwel. lint bouse, a stable ami shecn-aeeri. mania orchard, cstl, lime-stone, Ac; being the proper- .7 ui 111c nutn ui ISAAC BLACKLEDGE, DEC'dI ' The same will be sold In on or two parrel, a may be deemed best for tho interested In Ih state. . LEVI ULACKI.KJXiK. . 7;;il-lw TrueUe. s iERfVF S SALE. f4 virtue of writ of Tendltlont fexfjatnu. Is sued out of tho Court of Common Pleaa of Green oint?t and tomodiwtil.-therwlll be ! eu 10 ptioiic saie at tne court uouae, in w aynes burg, on , THE 31st DAY OP AUGUST next, at oue o'clock, p. m.. the following proper ty, via : All the right, title, Internet- ami rrMm of defen'dont o'f, Inland ittn certain nief of land sltuate-lnCentor towrlslilfr, Orsen eouffty, Pa., dmiajiiiii one hundred' ACRES f more or less, about twentv-llve aeree elaared 1 adjoining lands of .foe Hcott, Eplirlamptorria, fc; II K n igfit ami other. i Taken In execution as the property of. Jsekson Chedisterat tbe suit oftlio First .Vutlofutf Dank ' Wuynosburg. , s;7-i. uiuii duiixs, nnenrr. rALU'ABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE! WITH OliWT Mll.t. SAW MltU COAL 1IANKH, C. ' The nndersigncil ooVrs.at private sale that valu able pritperty, situatijon the.Motiongahela Hiver, at the jlontli of Mutiny Crock, Green county, Penn'a., containing about forty-ftv (4ft) acre of rli li bottom land. There la on lb premise a valuabla STEAM ENGINE! which will be Include.! In the sale, The Coal llanka laopenand abows anJuexiitrustablesiip il v. No more desirable lucMtlvn fur a lltlllerv can lie found In the Htate. Kor futther partleulars apply to E. A. Flennl ken, rinvltlsoii's FerHr, Green county, Pa., or by teller to til undersigned. JOHN M. DAItrtAfT. ft-3tn yinrtAvtile, Bucks Co., I'a. JAND SALE. Kor sale, 1,-Vfl acres of Timber Land, on th Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, near Littleton Htutlon, West Va., on which there Is 8 learn Saw Mill, Tannery nd abundamwof th bast Kind orxuve, uiiiiiiing ami nave Tlmuer. I rich anil . well . lubvnUMi to arasing.and will ba cut in parcels to aule pnn.'hamrs. Apply to O. iantnan near ine ireiiunee, or to iJawsoa Ailaihs. Waynesburg, Greene County, Pa. E. A. TIXKEIl If. L. HAPEL. T IINKER SIAPEI COMMISSION MERCHANTS - FOH THE sale or hi HOGS, CATTLE AND SHEEP, AT THEIR Ow7 TAttDf, i.-T WEST BALTDfORE, MARYLAND. adj6iniso md. LIVE STOCX SCALES. CotfeigntaMts reswMtftallr ollcli