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l&he ISSagncsburg Republican, llSebueefcag, Cu0U 28, 1807.
mi O'V'I B WONDER OF THE AGE I - TIKI, HONEY AKb.LABOB SAVED! 1 THE LATEST i BEST CHURN! fin nf lh l.t oa. HadnM tc.H&A m .1.1- J. or September, UWJ, lo Wra. R. McCulcljeon, of rHuiiiiiuu, AWWd, W1U WO 0J1 BAJUUIMOn UI S few days at JOHN MUSN ELL'S, la WATwrn-rf , pn. ThUCHURV must Miner ' cede anything of ths kind heretofore produced. Tbealmplenessof itscou,l.uctlon. pnitiu two fold or eveised moiinn, Hint produce butler from tin ini to six minute meat iuduce the com munity to examine Ua qualities. It wvn Iliac it v work-end produces s. much ouiter a any chum In existence. Mi-. Mennell he full power toll light for Pennsylvania or New York B.cte M well M to furnish Chui ui to cill tens of thlseouniy. .... MORRIS, 1'LLOM A CO., S-Mt Agents. POUTZ'8 t nuiuin m anfl Gal Powte Tblf eraperattoa, long Mil favorably kaowa, will thor oughly roinviforate brokira-sown ui lowepirlud aoreti, by str.ngth.nvig nsd leea.lDg Uie taaiael. and latti lioai. It la rm pre. entire of ell dls- Ul tfMldnt la Call sn.aisl, nek M UWO rSYaa, ULANilU, YgLl.o W. VW TER, it XATIg, COC-IHS, Dig. tctfr-R, r. YeRS, roCNDKB . 1051 OV APPg f IT M VITAL MttlY.ke. IU set IjfMiri the Wlad. 1nna.il the aptM.iw-glvee eiMwma im gleur Kia-apd trans) r Me Ike Ivnltie tkeletea late a fla.knklai end spirlte Bon. .... . Te -put ef Cere thle enpsratloa li InnluMe. It tsarus, les gwaUkasa tBprarn the. quality orthenilk. Una ken orovea or M- teal xpcriaat te Inmate the quaa llty of aoilk and ereeoi twenty per eeot and nake the tatter flrai and seen, la snunlng cattle. ltglvMUi.a on appetite, Iookm - .ncir n a . mim awkte ibeai Ihrire Mkaular. I ad Aseane of trrloe, luob oa Cengbe, Ulnn la the Lnnga, llrer, Lhli artielo oeta ic a tpefllfle. By putting treat one half a paper lo a pHr la iUaeera.lieaio or eattrHy premtel. If ftrea In time, eerteai rerenW.-o and aura for Ike Hog Cholem. frieo N Gtatl par Ftpor, or t Piport fcr $1. IIXTJ.B1D bt s. a. fotjxz a? nno., at Tnnit 'nwiCTui sure AMI BFHint. Bum, Vo. 116 Fnnklin St., Baltimore, Md. for Rale ky Oragdete and Itorekeesert tarauilf at the United State. Ai aT'liTly''' C0-' Ar'"n'"- Wl ' ',f'li'k. i' s HUMAN IIOUsF, JtT OI'KX'U HI TU05IA3 BKADLUY. PnaUlvoly llui moil rom .lie e Ifo'el nnr intra. Evp.y ,i .muni i.iimI .o ! ii .i iC'V,toir)iu-mrin.ttt.oae.'ui-yevnirc.-U io tic p.- i-c. " ii.ii:.iiI ai r it -.iou., .a.j.u p.ov dtil Wl-h vti lxsi n( i.ieaoit...ii. T-.avpllen aixt . u n i' , o-' n: h c liuionl will (to wi-ll to-ctll. "Tom k i. ,t.ri,n Ik, . , 1, 1 reiiiim.lonofHii rt' i..)i,io.iH,i.ia'4o l.'in:.i. r.i.l BOhpllAlllO InlttllO (1. llopt. illp o.tf I'fl.illO.ly exjcupledby tlt "MoaaeiiKer" tlllife, 0;it;Uti-Iy. J 0. OFO. F. HOSHiMKA LODGE, NO. HS. Hall In Ornrnfi Bnllrtlcr, K"t Muln Street, y nyacsbil.g, IX Time, Tliu.a.ltiy evetilnj. ench week. tilt. I. 0. OF 0. F. WAVSESBUKG LODGE, NO. m. Hall In On Don .'a Cuildttt?, en.t Mnirt Ftlreet, aynaobaig, V. T-jnu, Tuesday oveiilK, rnrli week. (lu. I. 0. OF O. F. WAYNESBUBO ENlAMI'MEXT, NO. 110. TTnlt t Gitnenr'a nttlldlncr, net Muln Utreet. trV ayneahnm. 111. Firat n.i,t kp,in.i i.'.-i.i.-'H exwh mootb. 'dl,. gitjslnfj.il (tmb. JOBEnT DOUGHEHTY, CABUA4I KAWUrACTlniR, WAT.SCSBCIG, PA. Reapectfully glvea nollre thgl lie lm, locntnl In f J228uure Ptt wimre ho iuifuda to rouau- CARRIAGE8 4 M etwy demrlpttnn. F -oitv h rix nr n 1,8 " "'" o -, In atyl.lluii,li .and 1u si vi- e.i.lieaat- lemcrtlim. It U hlatlHt. u iiinlmi ,o iriTluwe the brat .nourlrl In ni.- e.iJc.ipfciy one but compete it ro.!:n,r .i. Oik w..aifdiorone yrar.tt G EO. 8. JEFFEliY, WOTAUY rt'BMC. AU tmalneaa perUlrUng to the offlro attended to promptly, ptn wll'.i P. A. iclegrupli Co.. ewat of Uve Cooit Houoa. Yl-tf. IRST NATIONAL BANK, OT VAIMOBI'RB. DISCOUNT DAT, P. Bon am. Prea'U Vav lM MLI TtfESTMTM. i. C FuMlKEK, Uteuler. ' I 'J ' T IWSDAY, Iaub 1 books aso tatjo!(It, y0" Pper, c Knnday IVIiool SSr'S . . ' kluc'ecoiiauuiiy on linml, room In aiiI;,ba,li1',,1-,0:v,'ey,!upled by Cot ZuflXIffi' Wayiicooo.-B, Pa. yy BAILEY, H'ATCHJES AND JEWELRY, atAnaatBEir, orroarn cocbt bocab. Keep oa haiifla always a etiolro and aeleet as ortniettt of Watrheo and Jewelry. Repiilrlng neat tua knreat ratea. l;l: o7-ly. (ADDU AX BUlUKaa MAKCE, (IN WILK'8 BUILDING, MAIN 8T.) Iddlaa, Brfotaa. ntrneaa kont on hand and aaoo to oroer. Wort done In the beat etyle, and at reaemuible ratoa. aHepalrtng a apeelalltr on abort notice. Frtner frletiua gu louat at hla atoclc eat-ly. 2AJUtLB WOMEa, , BOVMEBgOILL BnO! pBWBMfl out rmo, vmu bbd or tow.) I . . Vi .... ... allllUiva ion received a large a lock of rrtH Ml TJgw r 0 V . aafc I jrortj, V . -saa Oib a aBnuaa. tfmnntMea w. rork. oVe. Wa in araarad to nnui .7 gsuaiaboilsl aaaooi akon aMUce CSOI and aai- EW EXCITEMENTI TBB VBOPXMID laVBACHtllBI II. RINEIIARTI FOR SELLINQ CHEAP GROCERIES! HavlnrJiMt returned from the city, ba ha open U tuo IMlneaa NEW GROCER Yl In town. Ha dealrea lo Inform the flllaena of waynmnnrg anil vicinity of the rare lie hua to ken inhelectlug biaaUivklbavlngon hand a good ttisfECTIONS, TOBACfO, CIGARS, TAR, also, PROVmiOSH.BAIDN DRIED BEEP, JDTATOIX, KIHH, DIUKD PEACIItS, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac Call and tea blm aa be baa been getting A NEW SUPPLY!! Yon will find him accommodating, and pan Hell lower tlinn any one in the place. Be sure to go ,u tuo rigiupi(.-v, IB LEDWITII'S OLD BUILDING, Opposite the Court House and formerly occupied uy uie root umco. o;tnc ttb-lf. ECON8TRUCTIONl ROT or TUB t'KlOV, ISAAC HOOFER'S OROCF.BT AND C0NPECTIOMKRT I Mr. Hooper would still have Ills friends nn.l nut. rons bwir In mind. lliHtlieeniitltiiii In thi rim. cciy niul (.'onfitctlonury trmie at hla tiaunl phice of "'..... t, hum ..im un iiiHjiia, im'trvu : A FRESH SLTPLY of (he best quality of all articles In his line. TOWS NOTIONS, and a grant variety of useful oiiiuiL-nuiwi, a oil liunn. REFRESHMENTS. In connection with the nliovo, Mr. Hooper Mt-L-n u AVt-'niuillltlll, Wlivru ICE CREAM, BERRIES, And nil the luxuries of the season can be oli tiuncil, 'i lio most attrncllve and most popular resort LI AM WALLACE, GROCERIES AXDFItO VISIONS! osk door wrjiT or peter unow'a stork. We hnve Jnt received a woll aeleetcd stock of Choice FAMILY H lit It 'Kill EH, which wa pur clinseil for iMHii mid are cimlMi'tit Hint we enn suniily our cicinmora and nil who innv fnvor us with n cull, n rlieup, If not cheajKr, than any iMii.T iiiiiiku i,i iiiecouuiy, t'OEKKI'X BUOAIW, MOLASS1TS. SYltrP", TEAS, urcp;. 8DD.V, TODACrOS, crriAits SNl'FI'S.rANPI.FS, SOAPS, EXTRA! T, L'OK- t EE, STIIAWIIKHUIES, .1 K.I.I.IIX, AT., Ar r. Don't full to exn mine our Htock niul see for vour. aelves, tor we ore determined to sell as ohc'np us the ehenpoHl. S:-tr S7 John Hi-aiiE. Thub.u Lica. LUCAS A CO. r3"w.iitniso akd commission merciiants. Anddenlers In Oroccrles, Hnnl-nrc, I-ntlicr, Hhoe FlnilhiRa, Iron Nulls. Salt, Fish, Ac. Also, agentsfor Aubrey, t'romlow A Coon a Window Sash. A supply kept constantly on hands. Rice's Landing, Pa., above the ki n. ;"-tr. AZEAR BROTUERS, WltOLEHALI GROCERS AMD CHAXTS. COMMISSION MER- Ne. 77. EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE. J as. n. Laeear, Wm. L. Lazear, SjllMy. pUBLIC NOTICE. As the firm of HUGHES A I.l'CAS Is dissolved by mutual consent, the Commission business will still he carried on at the old aland, lu good order, and on the moat reasonable terms, in the name and style of L. Hl'liUKS x CO., (senior imrtner.) They flatter themselves, by tiAving the House and the beat location In the place tor that business, that they will receive a liberal share of the public patronage. They will also keep a good supply of 0ROCER IEHon hnnd to accoinmudateuU who may favor them with a call. L. nrr.HEs a co.. 4;10-tf. luce's Lauding, Pa. s OMETHING NEW IN WAYXESBl'RO, PEXIf'A. THOS. BRADEN & CO., (At the store room formerly occnpled by Andrew Wllaon, Hi'., next door to Rraden'a Drug Hlore.) Respectfully Info-.ms the good people of Orecne couuty, tbat tliey Uave opened a HARDWARE STORE! And Invite a call from their friends and the pub lic xenerully. Tbelrstore Is filled with everything In their Hue needed by the farmer and mechanic. Being practical farmers, they know exactly the wini Is of their Inrmer friends. Amongthelr var iety nfgiKsls will lie found Iron, Nails, of all Kiuds, ftanes 01 ail vnrieiies. Augers, ui iraeea, Ac. Tuttle toothed, cross cut and mill saws. hand saws and tools of all descriptions. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Mowlat Machines, Cutting Boxes, Corn Bhellera, Plows, Cultivators, Shovels, Forks, and every thing in their line. SADDLERY HARDWARE. A general assortment of saddlery hardware, to which they Invite the attention of purchasers. WOODEN WARE OF ALL KINDS. Tubs, Buckets, Batter Cowls and all kinds nf Kitc'.ien Wooden Flxln's. Willow Baskets, Brooms. Brrtahe. Goal Luckei, Brass Kettles. BU2ty Will DO. Siloi xuns. Bova Viaoni and All persons deeirooser pnrchaalng any of the above articles and many others not menUoned. will eosuult their lntareat by CALLING, BOOK. , TBy win take pleasure la ehowtn thotr stock atallUssas. So giro them aaaU wkenyoaeoma IS TUB GREENE COUNTY AGRICULTUR AL AND MANUFACTURING BOCIET will hold their 15th Annnal Exhibition at the fair grounds, In Carmlchiela, oa THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, I0TH, 11TH DAYS OF OCrOBER, 1867. LIST Or PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED t CLASS 1 HORSES NO. L Beat Draught Stallion - j M M Best Draught Animal!!!!!!!!!!!!!"!!!'.!!! t " " ... Best 3 year old Stallion ..... i " " Best year old " x M Beat Yearling Horse Oii t..'.!!!!!!!!!.'""., Best Sprint " " """"!"""Z J M M XO. I Beat Brood Mare with foal at feet g U ,4 Best 2 year old Gelding .."...".V.'..7." 1 " " Best 3 year old Mare g U M Beat yearling mare Colt...'.!!!"....!!".!!"" a " " Best Spring Mare Colt x wo It. Best Jack 9 " Best Gcnnet 2 " Rest 2 year old Mule g . ii Best Yearling Miile.....'.."7. Best Spring Mule Colt..'.'.'.'!!!!'.'."!!!!!!!!!".'.'. 2 " " KO. 4. Best Riding and Driving stallion Best Mare for all purposes !!!!..'!!!!!!!. a " " Best Family Animal 2 " " Best 8 year old Mare 2 ' " Best 3 year old Oeldlng.r. no. ft. Best Pnlr Matched Animals 2 " " Best Driving Anim.tl .'..i on 4 on 4 in .....s oo 4 on a no .......8 00 ........2 on 3 01 .......2 no 3 iu A 00 4 00 8 on ......S ml .2 HO nu 2 Uu ....... s nu 2 ill) m ... 2 00 8 on 2 oo 3 oo 2 no 2 oo l on 2 no 1 no 2 oo , 1 oo no 6 no . 5 oo 4 00 5 UO 4 00 4 no 3 til) 4 no 3 U) 8 on a m A no .1 () 4 ( 3 l) 4 III) 3 IS) 3 no 2 00 lo no Best Vuir Driving Mules Best Riding Aniiiial.....'...'.'.'!!'.'.!!!!!!!'.'.'.!! Best Walking Animal .".! Best Trotting Anlnml...'..'.!!!!!'.'...!!!!!!'.'" 7 00 Best racing Animal 10 oo 2 " " 7 00 In addition to the usual premium on Trotlnu. a sweepstake pminliiiii of e.iN) will lie given on the fuslest trotter, with an entrance fee of 11.00. CLASH 2 CATTLK SO. 1, Best Bull 2 " Best Bull under 2 venrs old Best Bull calf under 8 months old...! 2 " " " ...8 00 ,...4 ml on ...8 () ...8 ( ...2 00 ...a ' ...3 IS) ...4 IS) Best yoke oxen Best yoke oxen unilcrS.veurH old'...'.., i " KO, 2. ...3 00 ...4 no Best Cow 2 " 3 no Best heifer between 2 A 3 years ohi 8 nil 2 " " " " L III Best heifer under 1 year old ... 2 no 1 00 n.AHH 3 SIIEKP NO, 1, Best Spanish Buck 8 00 2 " " 4 1) Best yearling Spanish buck 5 no a " " " .1 ini Best Spanish buck lamb 3 no 2 ' ' " 2 tsi Best Saxon buck 3 uo 2 " " 2 00 Best sell dan buck 3 is) a " " a ibi Best south down, leleester or Oxfordshire DUCK 0 UU NO. 2. Best Spnulsh ewes, 8 In number 5 no 2 4 IU) I 11 .1 IS) 3 ISI Best yn ewiw, 6 In number lnnibs, " !!!!!!!! a Best a " ...2 Is) .3 ISI ,..2 isl ..a ( ,..1 (S) . 3 l . 2 IS) ..2 IS) Best Saxon ewes 2 Best lambs, a Best sellslan ewes, Best " intniis " !!!!!!!!!!!!! a " " IN) Best display of south down, lelccster or ox lorilsnire ewes 4 no Best fut sheep, III in number ii isi ' " " 4 UU KO, 3. HWEEPSTAKKM. Best buck 10 OO Best ewe 8 uo In case the sweepstakes nrcmlum be nwarilcl toeilher Hm ks or K.wes In either of the above lusses. the Ilrsl nreliiiuin will he retunileil to the Hoelcty. CLAJt HWINE. Best bonr 8 no 2 Oil Best briMsl sow , ...3 no ...2 no ...8 IS) ...2 ISI 2 " " Best 111 tor of plus over three muuths old. 2 IUst ' " tinder " ! 3 no 1 2 00 3 18) 2 UO MPI.KMKNT NO. I. 2 " " " " Best fat hog , l " , CLASS S AIIIIK TLTl'IIAL Best farm wagon I 00 a " 3 (l 4 (10 2 00 5 (Ml 4 00 8 (N) 3 ISI 4 00 2 00 1 00 8 00 1 00 .4 00 2 III) a in) I IS) 3 (SI 2 no 2 00 I 00 1 INI so 3 no 4 (Ml 3 INI SO oil 60 3 no 1 00 3 00 I on 1 IN) 60 1 on 60 50 .. ISO 60 a ui . 80 .3 Ml a 00 50 , 3 on , 2 on 1 on 2 00 1 00 .......I on 60 ,......l 75 50 ......A INI 3 00 Rest spring wagon Best buffuy 2 " Best carriage 2 " Best grain drill Best wheelbarrow !!!!!!!!!'.'.'.'.'.!!!!'.!'.'.!!! Uest llav elevators Beat cherry secdes KO. 2. Best mowing machine Best feed cutler !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.',..!!!'.! 2 " " Best roller 2 Best horse rake 2 " " Best grain cradle 4 Best rl fle go n '. Best and largest display of tin ware... Best hnnd rakes, 2 In number Best sickle Dust drawing knife KO. 3. Best two horse plow 4 - Best harrow 2 " Best cultivator.. 2 Best shovel plow 2 M Best mattock "...'. ..!!"!!!!!!!!!!!'.!!!!'.! Best broad hoe Hcnt draught chains Best shod horse a Best cook stove n , m Best fire stove CLASS 6. NO 1. Best bureau Ilest bedstead Best churn Best set wlnsor chairs 2 " ' - , Best set split-bottom chairs Rest arm chair, spllt-liottoiii!!!".!!!'." Best half doxen brooms , M M M Best marble work ".!""!!"."!!"'."!!! 2 NO. 2. Best sugar mill.... 2 " " .... Best eraporater.. ..4 00 2 on Ji 00 2 " 2 00 CLASS 7 HARNESS, LEATHER, AC. Best set double harness........ 5 oo 2 M M M j no Beat set single harness l!I.""!!!!!r.'.'"" .UU n2 . " .. " " " 00 Best gent s saddle............... .... S 00 2 " M . 00 Best ladles' saddle -....... ....V.'.'.'1..3 00 2 " ...2O0 Best gents' saddle-trees, 3 In number 1 00 Best uulien' saddle-trees, 3 in number......... Best calf skill ......... Best side upper lent her ..W...M..W,WW.. Best side sole leather . mo. f .1 00 -1 00 .1 00 4 UO Best pair Una boots, sewed ..... g M M M M n., M M , M tWHrrrnd. g .M M M tt Best " coarse boots " .'1'!!! g M M N Best women's fine shoos, sewed.. CLASS 8. Beat-cared hams, two In number. Best lard, S ka Best boaey, 6 ta I M U Best manle sugar. 5 t neat, mapie moiaaaea. one gallon..., Best sorgam sugar, I gar, 0 too Beat aorgnm molasses, onajaUoa., CLASS g HAjrUEACTirRKO ARTtCI.SB 'BO L I fnllad ljtlw. . .J 00 .....2 Oil ... 1 IN) ...2 UI 00 ............ 1 00 .... 75 ..-........J 00 . 60 ..... 1 00 60 1 nn ... ..... 60 60 .1 00 80 76 . J 00 1 00 - 68 Agricultural Best red fUnnei........... ott o o aa a ooaoaol otat4iooa.J oo 1 ......a oo Best dreas goods, domestic... . 09 2 m I ud Best pad factory blankeu....- 00 2 " ... 100 to. a. Best pair blankets, home-made...... .....,... t OO Best yarn crrA "!.'.'''!!!!".'.'" .''!.." "'"'Ij a " H HH ..1 uu Best rag carpet.,.. 100 4 00 ....J M 60 1 00 60 J 00 80 . 80 16 NO. A Beat flax linen, Ave yards g u u u Best tow llneu.................!!!'.'.!!!!!!!!'.'. 2 " - .. Beat table Unen. 2 " " Best linen thread, two cuts 8 M M ,.,... BO 4. Best white quilt 2 00 2 " " 00 Best fnncy quilt 3 oo 2 loo Best scrap quilt jl uo 2 M " I 00 Best patch quilt 2 U) .. " " a 00 eLAHM to no, i. Best crotchet work .. j no 2 " " so Best crystsllted work ......I oo x Best knit Inserting., 60 60 23 an 26 Best crotchet eilglug H no. x. Rest oriental painting 1 on 2 " " 60 Bestgreclan painting 1 oo x " Best oil " 1 oo 2 " " 60 Best photographs 1 00 il " 60 NO. A Best ornamental hair work 1 00 2 " " " 60 Best ornamental slippers ..l 00 i " " 60 Best pocket handkerchief. 1 oo 2 " " 50 Best pin cushion l uu 2 " . 50 Best needle book 1 oo 2 " ' -0 no. a, Best work basket 1 00 2 " " . 60 Beat watch pocket J 00 2 " " 60 Best chemise, band and sieves 1 oo a " " " 60 Best " yoke and sleeves 1 oo a " oo Best gloves, home made To 2 " " 60 ( LASS II NO. I. Best coat made by machine 2 00 2 " " " 100 Best cunt made by hand i uo 2 " " 1 INI Rest vest made by machine 1 on 2 " 50 Best vest made by hnnd . 1 00 2 " " 60 NO. X, Best pants made by machine 1 00 2 " " 73 Best pnnts made by hand 1 oo 2 " " 75 Best shirt 1 INI 2 " " nil Best clonk 3 no X " " 1 ou NO. S. Best bonnet made by exhlbltoi 1 on .2 " co Best dress 2 00 2 " " I INI Best lamp mat .l tH) a - uu no. 4. Best hearth rug mnde by exhibitor 1 nn 2 " " 50 Best suit ror children 1 in) 2 " " 60 Best rustic work 1 no 2 " " so CLASH 12. Best pnlr cotton hoso 60 1 " " 26 Best pnlr linen " flu 2 " " ill Best pair wiMilcu 11 60 2 25 Best pair woolen socks fin 2 CI.AHH 13 FRUIT. Best collection apples, grown by exhibitor 2 00 2 " " " " ....1 oo Best specimen " " 1 pk " 1 01) 2 " " " " .... so Best collection peaches " 11 1 ini 2 " " " .... 60 Best " pears " " 1 00 2 " " " " .... fin Best specimen M 1 oi) nesi quince J 00 no. x. Best collection plums Hi's! specimen l gullou Best collection of grapes ..1 on ,. 60 .1 on ... fio -.1 INI ,. fill .1 00 Best s)ieclinen " 2 " " Best domestic wines, lpt. of each Best collection currents .'.'.'. Ilest ' guoeelrerricM Best M strawberries . 60 .. fill .. fill .. 50 CLASS 14 IIAItllEN VKIIKTAUI.ES. Best collect loll of potatoes 1 00 Ilest scclincn " fit) Ilest sweet " 1 (NI Ilest heels 50 Best enhhae, 2 heads fill Best pumpkins, four iu number fin Best parsnips fio Ilest collection gai'deii vegetables 2 10 2 " " " I no CLASH 15 NO. 1. Best and most wheat grown on two contigu ous acres on 2 " " Best " " corn 2 " " " Best " " oats 2 " " " no. 2. Best specimen wheat, bushel Best " onts " Ihit " corn " Best J timolhy aeetl, i hush Best " clover " !!!!!!!! 2 M , M I, Best newly Introduced wheat, bushel... Best " " corn '.!! Best " " onts CLASH 18 1'KhHr.KVF.S. Best preserved tipples, one 4 2 preserved npples, one it Best preserved penclies " 3 IN) 6 no 3 (N) I (in 8 00 60 .... ' 60 I INI fill 1 III 60 1 INI 60 1 INI .... 60 1 on i 1 (Nl x 6(1 1 IM fin Best 2 Best 2 Best 2 Best 2 Best 2 Best 2 pears plums " , quinces JJ . gioeberrlpS(' . cherries " , M II tomatoes " ! 1 INI 511 1 INI BO 1 INI 50 1 on 60 1 INI 60 60 .... 60 .... 611 .... fill fill .... SO .... 50 ..... 60 CLASS 17 sTKI.LIEH Best current Jelly one pt Ilest quince ' " Best blackberry " Best upple butter " , Best tomato " " , Best black lierry Jam ' Ilest strawberry jelly " , Brat marmalade class 18. Best soft light bread 2 M M M Best rusk .'....!....' !. Best pound cuke....... Best sponge " ' Best butter. Uveitis 2 " .. 8 u " . .. Best cheese 2 " Best cucumber pickles ..... Best solid soup.,.. h 2 " " r.:. CLASS 19. Best collection of flowers Best design of flowers 2 " .... Best cartas (popes bead) 2 " " Best " square 2 m . i i m Best crystheraum 2 " ...1 on ... 60 -1 On ... fill ... fill ...1 on 75 SO ... 75 ... 50 . 60 60 Best dahlia... 2 Best verbena . 2 " CLASS 20. Best col. geographical specimens of minerals 00 BY-LAWS. 1st. The board of Mnnagers will appoint a suf ficient number of Marahnla to auperintend the exhibition and see that all stock and other art!- cles are in their proper places. xd. Members of the board annolnted me the purpose, will attend each-committee In viewing stock Ac, and If any rvneancy occurs they will 1 00 30 1 no .. .V) .............a 00 , 60 1 00 an 1 00 ,. 60 1 on . 60 1 on 50 appoint nuusuir pviMins id nil ine same. 3d. No premium will las awarded foranv ani mator article unless the committee) deem the same worthy of It. 4th. No slock or other article shall ba entered by the Secretary nntil the person entering shall produce a ticket of membership. 5th. No person ahall serve nn any awarding committee who has any article or atock before the name , and In case the other members of the committee cannot agree they may select some other person to serve with them for the time be ing. 8th. The board will appoint and organise a snftielent number of policemen and gate keep ers to serve during the Fair. 7th. Any person exhibiting any article not enumerated In the foregoing list, the awarding committee are authorized to recommend a dis cretionary premium, If the article be considered worthy by aald commltjea. 8th. Competition will be open to person from ail quarters. It shsll be the duty of the officers and persons having charge and control of the halt, to protect and defend all art Idee on exhibi tion from being touched or handled by owner or others during the exhibition. By the reqalrement of the eherter the erection of the Board of Managers lakes place 00 the last Saturday of May, of each year, at Carol lchle, all persona holding tickets of Membership are en titled lo vote. t All manufactured artistes most ba exhibited by the maker, or his properly authorised agent, and no article will be allowed to compete for snore than cam premlnm. All Agrtcaltural seeds to secure a promiam must be of the last grows W.DAraBBBT H-C",PT;'.. Clothing. yONDERS NEYER CEASE 1 ATT-HH CLOTHING 8T0RE OF N. CLARK & SON. It Is no longer'ImDosslble to get a hill suit for 7 60, of good material, that wo will warnint to give enure suiisiaciiou. j.igui insaimere liuts and Vest, for 81 60, Hue and nice style; Mummer 1 auia aim est lor 10 ou, 111s very nest an wool CASSIMERE SUITS! from 20 to 25 rtolliirt: the uimft that hna rant vou uuiiBrs. a iiirutj aim iwuuiiiui aHUCK ul nATS AND CAPbl The newest and best styles, the more elegant are the lleiu'lettu, St, Cloud, Yacht, Broadway and PEAB0DY CAP I The cap deriving ltxnamo Jfrom ENGLAND AND AMERICA'S Munificent benefactor MR. GEO. PEABODY. Kve;-y American youth who loves her greatest Betii..'ac.or should not feil to hnve one of i:iosa CA1M. A full nml complete assortment of Gen tlemen's ftl''tilshliig giKsls. We hnve the New Yo.-k Mill nud Wauisiiun MtiBlin Shirts; two of the best brands of muslin nuinuiuctured. THE CELEBRATED RN'OLISII RUFFLE SUIRT. Wool nnd Cnsslmcre Shirts Flno Corset Jean Drawees and Summer rndershh is. Linen llnndkechlefs, Olnvea nnd Hosiery, with ties, hows a,id sea, fa. Ilie.iille s varleiy. The Eugene, Vlcioria, anil lse'iella How, ihe ve y newt-., the Zep .y,. Hea ', 7tNI Papee Colic , of all sivies, Weri 's Siiekespa'e, Linen ImiiaJon. Wr.er Proof, Kmli n'i.e Keystone, Uolusinlih's Phi" i'x, (l.nys Ac., Ac. A few late styles cessimeres that will be sold by the ya.d. We kindly usk you to compa e p lee'a beforo Inlying. 5-.22-'b7-lv Special hw. Moffat's Life Fills AKD PBXESIX BITTERS. The Most Successful Medicines In the World. Established In 1835 hj one ol our Most Eminent Physicians, and now nsed throughout North and South America, with more pleasing results than any other Medicine in cases of diseased Llrer, Blood or Skin, Indigestion, Costireness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism and Ferer and Ague. Thousands of certificates are in our possession, gtrlng detailed accounts of perfect CURES effected by these inraluable Medicines. They regulate the System and put all the functions of the body In a healthy condition. Bold by all Druggists. Whits Howlud, Fnei etors, ueoaasors te Dr. J oka Mefial aad Dr. W. B lCssxt, Saw York, DK. BCHENCK'S MANDExlKE PILLS. A Substitute for Calomel. Tbeie Fills are onnaoMd of vartoss rsota, having the power to relax lbs secretlone of the liver as fromptlr and eflaaltr as Moo sill or aurorr, and wlthoat seadodngaoyof InoM dlaagroaabl at dsnceroos .ffoett whieb ottea kiuow the so of Ike latter. In all bllieia dlaarden lluat PUb mar ba aaad witk eonfidsnc. si ifcer prousM. lb. dUclunr. 1 Tttlatod bllo,and reaarve ikon atstimluim fraas Ibo Rvor and biliary daets, whiak an the eras of Wuoaa snoetloas iaseneral. BCHENCK'S MANDBAKC PILLi mo lick Baadscha, and all disorden .1 Ibo Liver, IndlolUd by aallew ikln, aoaiod tonne, oaativooeai, drawaluaNa. sad a general feeling of watHnam sad akowlag that too llrer Is la a torpid or obaneaad condition. In abort, Ibeas PlUa nay ba aaad with adnue tare to all aaaaa whoa s purgaUrs or altantlrs awdislns la raqoJred, fas aak tor 'Dr. feheaek'S Haadrako Plus," sad observe tbat Ihe Iwe litems at lbs Daotor arose the OeveraiMM. alaani one whoa laths laot stags ef CosaaaifUos, aad las other kt kis aroaaat health. SotdbysU Drwnrlaai aad daalon. Pries ataenta sorbn. rrlns.goi Ofnca, Mo. U Monk stk Btnot, rkHsdersfels, Pa, iienara, Whekwl Ageatti Deaua Baroas k Co. 11 Park tow. Mew York; a. s. aaooa, MR Battl aMreSL, BalUaon, MA l Joha 11. Pork, B. B. osr.of roank aad Walaal Ik. CIsnasaH, Oaist Walker A Tartar, 1A4 sad IM Waaaafc Avaaao, Ckkaaa, III. i CoUins Bnikira, anthwaat aoraat si fmaad aad Viae BI&, K Laala, Ma. iakABhw.ao.sM. Irs. T Caaaaaspllres. The advert laer, having been restored to health In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having autre red for several years with a severe lung affection, and thai dread dlsaass Consumption is ancx loos to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire It, ha will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge,) with the dl rectlona thr preparing and nalngtbe same, which they will And a sure ours tot Consumption, As thma, Bronchitis, Cough, Colds and all Throat and Lung Affections. The only objeet of the ad vertiser In sending the Prescription la to benaot the afflicted, and spread lajormatlon which ba conceives to ba Invahaabla, and ha hope every sqffcrer will try hut remedy, aa tt will eost th.na nothing, aad may prore a blessing. Parties wtah lag th praacrlpUoa. trsa, by retarn mail, will t WW I plooM address Rbt. Xbwabs A. Wdaobt, H-ir WllllWafsirt, 1tmQ9.1. j r W. ROSS, PHTIICtAN ABD ItJROgOR. Offlca In JeweU's building, West and of Mala Bt. Wayneaburg. tjU'Ht-U. s LATER ODENBAUGU, BBALBB IB PkCOg AND MEDICINES, Liquors and everything pertaining to a first elans Drug Store. Prescriptions carefully com pounded. "Crelgh s Old Stand," Wnimesburg D ENTI8TRY. 1 have located In Warneahurw. and am rying the late resilience of Dr. s. S. Patton. Hav ng taken great unins to beeome thorom, hiv qunlnted wilh both the theory aud practice of uviuiBiry, anu naviug uaa aaexperiem 01 seven years In the profeaion, I feel warranted in sny Ing that my patients shall qsvenoiiiMincom. plain of Interior operations. Extraction will be rendered painless when desired, by ihe admin istration of "Laughing gua"aroilieraiieathellca. Charges moderate, and all oiereiious wurrauted as represented. I will be at home withoct per aiivknturs from th flrteemii to the thirtieth of every month. JOH. 8. HERT1U. 8;12-tf f J E L L O W 8 ' WORM LOZFGE3! Are, without Mipt1nn, Ihe most extrann, Inn ry MeOU'lne of ihette. Cumni itm ih ihey tlu, IleiiiitikHtle I'nnttr in pxptlllng uom.t with pletiwnt tasiemut prijl wu'ety, Tli-yton tin nu Mvrt'ury, nu .Miners), noTurpiUie, MoO:l uf WoriiKced, no I'immiii, nothing inj4tiou4H Tity are eniiiHy Veut'tiitilp. HYMTOMior wnuMHf Itrhlmof the none, te vrltohoewi. itrUchtiiKor KlKiilitu HUtMfiily ctti.- intiHlffp. ptiin tn tlieHtoiiuirh, lonhol ftcih, luilo nvtM wlii, iie-lti'Hv?tHH aHmniimei toiim1oliii, Kt otliew fet'l)If, R(liilliieM irf the eye. diiWat new.t.MvetU'tliiiiiH'r Hp, t(nijii whllfly furTt-O Rn.l stuiUlvU with reti upotH, AmjiUI ur Hfirltu hrfuth, Krimllnnf the teeth UurlngHleep,H hhi at ton or lultiment In the throt, hii unn .aiirHl cnvvtiii fur Utet,eiiHlk or rtuy, lrtttnilnrHM unit it rttuMlity of temper, flioliu tun nmt pnlny, ln.f v tinnl Woriimnru nnicmg the thutlo um'euii ne the c-onrititutioii In the llt ot (hwiiMeti. TUvy oft'n ueiiMion rrevereiltneiwe, entliiiff 4iiH'tlnirM fHtnlly, purticulwrly when they HHueml to Hie tniimeh. Their preM-nee luthetrhHmtorttin;'iy ItUHitnu In HttftideU with uurHVoinhle ert'ecm upon the gen em I henlth. Kmlneiu men asnett tlmt All are more or vtut troubled with wuriim, aiiU Unit muuy die uniniiilly from thl cuitite, who, hy the timely R-lminiMlrut Ion of 0 pionT reniHly would tw wived. Ah t'K!U)WH' WOUM Lo,KN(il- iimy be taken wlthoutmiy uupletv--ant retaill, nnd an mottt children are fond nf mem, meir line in rewnninenueu w (nose apper ently hfalthy.antl tlniri diBpel thecaunof vviuit would produce MUilerliiH. liv etirelul what you ue. Vnrloua remedies have from time to time, heen reconimemleil, auehaa Calomel, Oil of Wormwood, Turpentine, 4e,, an that diinueroimaud even fatal coiiMpuen cea are pnNluced. The iieeeNNlty uf a anfe and Hure reineily hna tunned much retearch and study by theprnprlelora or FKMaOWH1 WOUM IJZKNi.KH. They are ponltively Hiife, pleanant and effectual. Thev do not kill worm, hut act hy maklnv their dwelllnit platw dlnHKreealde to ineiii, in onier, nowever, 10 guiim couHuiuern uKninra.oei'eiHion uy a oiinp cfiiupouno, mean alyiiUof Dr. A. A. HAYHX, Htate Awwyer, prov (UK thenlKiveatntement iNRiinexed. 7I haveanalvxed the WOltM U),RN(.Rt nre paretl hy Metutra. Kn,uWH C o., and llml mat they are free from Mercury and other metallic or mineral matter. Theee IjoaeiiKeaaienkHlully eoinprunded pleanaiit to taHte, Kale, yeihureantl eiiwiuni 111 ineir nciiun. ' ' lleHpectrully. A. A. Haykh, M. P., Arwnver of the Write of Mnaft. Fleflso rememherthat Kellowa' Worm Uwir veaare pre pure I with ureal vara tinrii the eon tvntratetl extrnetaof two plantn, Thev do not art aaa purgative or emetic, will not debilitate the patient, are no dimple nn Infant may devour a whole Imjx without harm, and will at theaame time expel the worms in an extruonlluiuy man tier. tJ"Fellnws' worm Lon-jon Is the only Wo' m ltililffl 111 ptImIoiii'so (xtliilitiiltitf Itna inldA a-.imiI. Itlea wfth dellt loiiH laaieainl niiiiilnji i'wei-, l'rlceTweiity-flveeenlh jmt I Vox. Five ooxeafor iiiiinr. j oe Niiiniiire 01 rennwstK 10. in no taeluil toeach ueiuiine box. HtM by Medicine (icHierM Keiienny. iTepami at Tiie new .ug- miiu jouHuci'uoi(ior me I'ropriPtor. j. v. riiKaVrif. PKMAH IlARNRS tt Co. Oeu'l. Atacilll, N. Y, a;2l-tnn. A .N INVALUABLE MKDICINE KOH THE IV rUHtFVING OF THE BLOOD. DR. J. W. INLAND S HUMOR DOCTOR. A Positive Remedy for nil klndnnf Humora.pnr th uliirly Ki vHliM-lttH. Nettle HiinIi. Kult Kheiitn Hcrolula.CarlmiK'leN. ltoiltiand riles. It la very KrntlfytiiK tnmiy of this, or of any other medi cine. ult Is the very best remedy known." Ii In not aiwiiys so eay to prove tt. U 1. however, exeeedlngly Krutliylux to the pnip.letor of this meiitciue, tiitit, witlle lieMeclnies 10 liie ptilillc thai this Ua morol wi'iideitulniideireeilvft aiMi-l- flc for HrmotM, umkiuuh) above, he Iuim abuinlaiil prooi at ua 1 in lonumaiii uihhiaiemeiii, F(trhiAi'eayeHiK ihe llunioi- lH-cior hna heen liu'tii'iticuimt ttiid Moid, and every veiti- iua Im- en-.i-ed dm viilue ot Its rentitatio.i, mid the aiiiouiitol tlMHnles. In New IIhiuiimIiIih, where u 01 1'liiiiuiti. iioieineov ior iiuuioi-riia so niu.i v pi'Ked. An eminent physlclen (now an iiihty hii 'it on) wbi'ii ptiH'tii'tiix hi iS'cw Jtainpinie, pn.c.ifsved hetwee.i tilivorttlxlv an I Ion of II. duitii'isoiiiHsevesi o. eiyht yeuiN, nml ut It In nta iiiiTiire. lie uos .nice the-ioidc.eti 11 ro, Hie hophnl witeie he wni siaiioneil. Other pliyni- euitiN have -aii-chnMcd Ii, and liave UMed U In prnciice with te)L success. When the proprle. Lor 11 veil hi New lliiiupHlnre. at Uotfstowii t'en ter, for theHpuee of 10 lay or forty ml lea around, 'ind Jn Maiichi'Hler, pniticnlarly, the Humor Dfctoi' was well known nnd hlublv valued for the mimeroui and wonderful cures which It ef fectol. ThottKli iiiantiliicturetl In lnru unlit ) ilea the aupply whs fre(iiently exhau-tei, and ptii oliaaers luul to wall for more to lie mnde. lu that letflon mine very severe case of Kiynlpetas wore trcoute.! with nnd they were cured 1 Fry iiH'lui, noreor cai'buiielea, those ukIv, pelnltil ulcers, were entirely removed wherever this medicine wan faithfully used. Ho It waa ultli HeroA'hi and bull Hheuiu. The Humor Doctor cuied them. For the sake of showing what K thovjht of It, ft few testimonial! are here lnse.-wl : AIiltoh Oalb, KpX... i;sroX. I hereby certify that I was sorely aflllcied with Bolls for two years, developing uieuiwives up on my llmba and other parts of my oody. The sull'erliiKS which I endured i'rom them aie Inde scribable. HufT.ce it tonav that I ftiiihiullv tried nevaral of the most popular humor remedies, hut without removing the affliction. At length, hy the earn nut rcmie-H of an intimate friend, I was Inducetl to try Dr. J. W. Poland's Jininor Inn-tor, and am very happy to nttent that all nty nous were reinoveu, anumy neaun wait rntoteu by lining Dr. J. W. Poland a aforewilfl ni'-Hicine.1 Boston, Jan. 14, im. MILTON GALE. A. C. Wam-ack, Esq., Ma ivdi khtkr, X. H. Dr. J. W. I'olanrl Dear Hlr: I veiy riieerfully give my U-Htiinony In favor of you Humor Doe tor aa an excellent remedy for humors. 31y nu-mernn-inerpiulntan'es in Maneheniei know how severely I wan nltllcted with Boils and they know how perfectly good my health Is at pres ent. Your Humor Doctor cuied me. 1'leuae re fer 10 me ror particulars jQ my en He, June 11, KVt, A.t'. WALLACE. Mus. Port, Dov . h, N. H. July 22, IfVA Dk. Poi.hd: I received your letter Inqntrlng aatuthu electa of your inefllcliie on sea-sick ness. I am happy to nay 1 itat I think It la "the iiieuieine" ror ma. areauiui sir a net, 1 tried various prescriptions, hut frmiid none that set tled the stomach and cleared Die head like the Humor Doctor. I fet as though I could hardly wait to get anhnre, to entreat you to introduce It Into ship chandlery stores, that it may find Ita way to tnone who ufTer upon the mighty deep fromnea-slckneas. If captains who hike their families with them, or carry passengers, should try it once, they would never tw willing to voy age without it. I haveuned it for my family since Its Introduc tion to the public for bilious ha hii, lieodaclie and humors about my children, aud have always found It a sure cure. I am not fond of having my name appear In public, and would not consent to it on any other account but to relieve the auflerlng; but If the foregoing will be of any service to you or the public, you can nuke use of it. Yours, HARRIET M. POUTER. Much more might be stated In relatlom tothls medicine, as coutained In testimonials, but It Is needleiia. Ask Manchester drugciata, about It, especially K. W. Itlake.at HarT. Inquire of Mr. Henry Plumer, of tfeHlAtali whose wife whs cur ed by it of Halt Rheum. Ask ahnont any person In GofUtown, and they well declare Itn value as a remedy, a used In their own" cases or by their friend. The Humor Doctor waa formerly sold at fifty eentaperbidtle: hut theeont of.every Ingredi ent composing U has gone up so enormously, that the price has been reined to savBXTY-riVB dtrrra only, and that by compulsion. The Humor Doctor Is prepared at the New Kngland Uotanic Depot, fur the Proprietor, J. C. French. Hold by McMctne Dealers everywhere. DEMA8 BARNES x t'O General Agents, New Tork. Ari-tim. AYNESBURQ MARBLE AND esTONE WORKS. SA YERS fr RINEHART. fttlll continue to carry on the Marble and Stone enttlng business st their long established atand Immediate east of the Pulille Sqnara, between High and Greene atreets, Wayneaburg, Pa. fill, eeiaouaiijneai ueo orvn in rousiant 1 on sines Hew, and the long experience an orgy of Ibo Bfoprletnrs, linked with th i las of sound Judgment snd good teste, havs i nu esuDuanmeni nas neen in constant oper Aa ea exer- have won tor litem a wide spread and enviable repnlation. An extensive stock as the various va.ietlea of the best marbls kept eeostanlly ext hand, stpo etal atteatlon paid to foAialUik prsssinc, sac. la. and snaravina. KW BtkUUR OOOD3, f SHIRK & SUTTON, (SUCCEISOBS TO A. WILSOIt, fm , WATBB8BVB4.) W have removed to Wayneahurg, and reepset, hilly lutorin our friends and the public that w are now receiving a beautiful aaaorluieut of CHEAP DRY GdoDS, For the Spring trade, to which wo Invlt the at tentlou of our old rnstomers and sll others lo an examination of our slock, which embrace the LATEST BUMMER STYLES, Of Dress Goods of sll descriptions, very pretty snd at very astonishing low prices I And are do tei'iniued no one shall sell BETTER 00008 at lea price Ihsn we do. W eall attention to our atock of Millinery Ti lmminga Balmoral and Hoop Skirls, Hosiery, Uloves aud Ribbons. CALICO AND MUSLINS I And every variety of goods usually kept in g first class Sioie. Men and Boys' FURNISHING GOODS! of all kinds, Men and Boy' Hat, Csps, Soot snd Shoes, GROCERIES, MOTIONS, QUEENSVYAcTft Ac. Ac. It would be useless In nnderlnke to euenieip enlou. gooi. We will endeavor to make h to you, Imeirat to deal with ua. VWe hope by giving strict Sileuilon to busl. nessand honoiulil. ilceilint ,o me, It a liberal share of pulronao. Diop in at all events. DON T FOOGET THE PLACE, f :. Wilson's Rtote loom, In Wilson's New Building, nnyu'.siiiii.g. I'e. ;2l-tf 87 s OMETHING NEW I MRS. E. a. BAY BRS A HOSKINSON Have Juat arrived from the East with a large assortment of foreign anddomeatlo DRY GOODS, SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES! which they propose to sell at the lowest CASH prices I siiehes Pics UimnIs, Dress Trim Bilng, Ilrrsa llllllons, Ladles Shawls, lkmW sud Sh,Ma, Jletseud Ceps; also, a g.rui variety of nleesitli'li-s, at f very low prices for GENTLEMEN AND LADIES' WEAR, Wares of ell klnria, and ft complete vsrletv of tha iH'st C'ltOCEIllrX Allot which they propose to, sell nt ihn veiy lowest figures, depending on the iiimImv and cheiiiiuess of their goods to sain tlieui eisktoni. (live.lieiiiacell before purchasing elsewhere, slid they will prove Hint the atmve Is correct. Itoom In Allison's building, nearly opposite the Court House, Waynesburg. I;l, 7-tf B EaC TJFL'L DISPLAY! DRY GOODS, CLOTHS, CAS8IMERS, o.. EVANS' ESTABLISHMENT. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF I EVERYTHING IN THE LINE! Wishing to close ont for the Fall trade, he of fers his gissig At astonishing low rates for cash. The stock Is as lale as the latest and th best in market. Mino a Cnlldlng, opposite the Rrrene Rouse. 4;2i-m. L. K. EVANS. N EW STORE! FRANK. M'OURGAN, Uas Juat opened a Art class STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, TMMMINOS, KOTIONS.AC, AC. In th More Room of George E. Minor, snd nearly opposite the Fanners' A Drovers' Nation ou nana, a WAYNESBURG, -P A. This stock Is ALL NEW AND FRESH! Re woald resTjectfnllr Invlt the nohlle to call and examine his largo and fashionable stock. His taste and experience In selecting goods t nia energy and determlnatiua lo pleas th pqbllo iim. iDiiuwni uu a FIRST CLASS STORE! . His stock ombraeeo a large aaaortment of GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! of tha moat fanhlrmabla and dnrabla qoaliUea, 45aAsp mibb MUSS ft lisaAAVJ M LADIES' DRESS OOOM, BBAYT DRESS SILKS WITH WHITS EDOK, and a full assortment of Fancy PUT" red Silks of ail colors. Also, Empress Cloth. Poplins, Mo zambique, Wool Detains double widths, Silk Shawlo, Rutorl Shawla,8llk Sacqaes latewt style, Paranoia. Fancy Fans, English Ribbons and other ribbons of all colors and widths : Hat, wreaths snd now. Lace HanAtterahlcBI axui Embroideries, and a full aaaortiaeutof , - TRIM HIIC Oct IM OaWKRAL. Ankv Orssntev Paaea. 1am CtrrtaJaav Ptano Onvera, Metodeon Coven, Side Table Covers, and In short a tall stock of all gnodaaamally keptla ret aloae Triauainej or, Pont lorawt th placa, la th XBW STORE BVOM.Bf , aw. , N S(7-U ISUaASAV, aVlAUA.1, v. cdaVa-K