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WEDNESDAY,' MAY I (I, 1 80(1.
We this week havo the pleasure of an
nouncing to tlio public, that tho above
named vessel belonging to tho ''People's
Line of Steamers," Is entirely nnd ele
gantly furnished, ready lor seivico. Slio
made her first regular trip up to Greens
boro, last Saturday, very heavily laden
With passengers and freight. On her
passage up she was greeted with every
demonstration of joy by tho people on
tho river. Men shouted, Indies waved
Vheir handkerchiefs, and tlio boys cut all
kinds of antics. In one place they had
but the martial music, arid played w hat
bight liavo been "Yankee Doodle," or
"Auld Lang Syuo," but it Hounded like
''Hail to the 'Chieftain', who in triumph
advances." She ha? every accoin idution
'for passengers and freight and her build
'and appearance reflect great credit upon
tho energies of the Company. We hope
the eitizuns of our county will give them
liboral patronage. Tho ' Elector," the
eecoiid boat of tlio lino will bo "en duty"
in a short tune.
How Piiovokino, Did you ever wad w hat
you supposed to be a very Interesting para
graph in a newspaper, ami found when you
were in the gist" of tlio joke that you sud
denly ran against tlio aiinouneemi nt that
somebody hud just received so and so in great
profusion, and was prepared to undersell
everybody else this side of thu Atlantic. We
have been caught in that snap many a time,
and had we ever learned the iwiny nil of pro
fane swearing we doubt not we should have!
"went in" on tho Billingsgate with a gusto.
But to talk is profitless what wo want to get
at is, to inform the public that Jambs Guinea
has a store "chuck full" of Dry Uouds.
To AvKirrisKiw . It is generally tin
derstood that where a paper changes
hands all contracts not filled out, con
tracted for by former parlies, will bo
filled under tho new regime. Those
havjng advertisements in wishing n dell
nito unaurstandiiig must inform us per
sonally, or by mail. We deem this nil
that is necessary to prevent griiinoling
when reasonable bills are presented.
"That which is worth doing at all is
worth doing well." An old but true
' adage. Will not tho same principle
hold good with regard to purchasing
Groceries? If you buy nt all buy the
best. Those who think so will most
certainly call at Juo. JIisnku.'s. Ho is
prepared to furnish every thing in tho
line, having but recently received a new
Si'OHTiNo. .As thj young squirrels
have bocomo large enough for good
eating our hunters in nnd around town
are improving their time. The woods
round about Waynesburg seem to be
full of this species of game, and any one
taking his fouling piece for a fen' hours
stroll can coiuo back "heavy laden,'' pro
viood ho is a -'good shot." From tho
largo numbers tho boys bring in of late
we suspect they must go out Sundays
aril "turn" them.
If you want Muslins "what Is Muslins" go
to Jimk Guiiieh's.
The Wheeler &. Wilson Company
have sold over 200,000 machine. The
saving of only ton dollars per week on
each mauhine, would give a grand aggro
gated $1 00,000,00 J .per annum saved
to the public in cash, or in economy ai d
neatness of dress, and improved health
and culture in woman. The savage and
tho seini-barbariaa, task woman like a
beast of burden for pleasure or profit.
What should bo said of him w!'o still
dooms his wife to tho drudgery of hand,
sowing It rank with carding, spinning,
weaving and grinding corn by hand,
paddling a camio. fishing with a bono
.hook, and inhabiting a hovel It is a
much out of plaoo with the civilization
of tho 19th century as would bo an
Esquimaux in Fifth Avenue, N. Y. It
is a shameful waste of time, when the
charities and higher purposes of lifo call
so loudly: a worso than wasto of niuo
hours of tho tun so occupied. What shall
exomoor p.illiat j this! Oaly noooBniy
that knows no law. Thu rioh cannot
urga this pie i. and ju lioiou? ooouoiny
would put tho Sowing .Uiiliino into niuo
-of every ton families in oik laud Let it
be understood that idling with the hand
needle is discreditable, and that it is as
'fashionable and much more sensible
'to havo a Sowing Muuhiiio as a piano
Jorte. Who is It that has the pccullnrknack of
veiling to every one that comes lu his storo I
Read and liui-i.itcr. Head your
CjJntv p2er,says a contemporary ,ucforo
on pronounce a hasty judgment con
'demning il as worthless. How vory
few read their county paper. They take
it, up, glance over it hastily to seo if any
'of their friends are married or dead, und
if disappointed iu that, away goes tho
paper. Head it and become better inform
ed Head it and loarn to Wo homo
Institutions, and fool an intorost in them
Remember it is your county paper and
to yoUf interest to keep it up and make
it interesting. How are you' to' make it
interesting? By giving it your hearty
upport, and inducing others to do liko
GRADU ATED AT DUFF'S MERCANTILE
V. A. Ilinhard, Warren, Ohioi
IJarkley Cooper, St. Chiirsvillo, Ohio.
John M. Funk, Titusville, I'a.
J. N. Mcintosh, Hamraondsville, O.
Win. J. MeKeevtr, Ahogheny city, l'a.
Win. A. Campbell, Cambridgo, Ohio.
Hobt.J. Wilson, Pittsburgh.
Jas T Lambio, Tullyeavcy, Pa.
W. A Gilloland, Haekerstown, I'a.
Geo L He'm, New Cus'tTo, Pa.
L W. Wallace, Poland, Ohio.
W. II Sellers, St. Thomas, Pa.
Goo. fa. li Knox. Tiskilwa, 111.
M. J. Collopy, Coshocton, Ohio.
Henry C. Matthews, I'iltnburnh.
I), li. Mclntire, Allegheny county, Fa.
Jas. IJ Zahni, Ebensburg, Pu.
John Wuldron, Pnrkersburg, West Va.
Wui. Gallagher, liinningliam, Pa,
M. E Boysel, Tarlton, Ohio.
Benj. Thomas, Birmingham, Pa.
O. W. Beaty, Steam .Mill, Pa.
II N. Kiikpatrick, Broadhcnd.
W S. liebout, Chirk, Pa.
A. S Behout, Clark, Pu
W. C. Cravin, California, Pa.
Thus. J. Myers, l'hillipsliurg,l'a.
II. A Warren, Monongaheln Cily, Pa.
W. J. I Surdity, I'onieroy, Ohio.
A. Pietist, Girurd, Ohio.
D. W. Payne, Jlartlett, Ohio.
W II Stewart, Fairfield, Iowa.
Frid Fleming. ISirmingham, Pa.
Jas Bradley, Monroeville, Pa.
Robert Galloway, Connellsville, Pa.
C C. I.ohingier, Bra 'dock's Fields, Pa.
Tims. y. It, Kaeine, Ohio.
W. it MoCnlio, Vnncefort, Pa.
J. W. Yv'heeler, Upper Sandusky, O.
All of who.n pushed thu usual search
ing examinations of tho College suli.-fao-lorily,
nnd who will no doubt hereafter
distinguish themselves by an honorable
proficiency in business. Each graduate
win awarded the bcautiliil Diploma of
the College, as a credential of his profi
ciency of bis industry, unci of his ex
emplary deportment during his course
Iris unnecessary to say that any one can
sell Calicoes eipial to Ja.mi s Gi.'inuu's.
j Ktxir.ir to Faiimi'.us. The Commis
j sioners nt Internal Kovenuo, under the
! duecli"i) of the Secn tarT of tho Trons-.
ury, in tho assessment ot tho annual in
come, will not require of fanners the re
, turn of tho valuo of their farm product
1 consumed by themselves nnd fimilios.
The instructions to assessors, now burnt;
prepared, will expressly authorize this
Yob will llnd that ml the best and cheapest
Goods are sold by Jambs Guiiihh,
J!ao(iki) Cckuency. A great many
persons are at a loss to know how to
dispose of ragged and mutilated eurren
ey that accumulate on their hand. It
is tho eaiest thing in tho world and
without expense. When you gel threo
dollais worth on hand nut it in a small
package, tin a paper band around it,
j with your iiamu, post ollico address and
j amount, then put it in nn envelope, nnd
1 address to thu '-Treasurero! the Uuited
States, U. C." In a tew days you will
receive new currency in return. It goes
and return free of postage
Dos'r neglect looking at our column of Nbw
For tho Republican.
AN APPEAL IN' BEHALF OF WAYNES
FlCI.I.OW ClTIZKNS OF GltKKNK COUNTY!
We invite your candid attention to
the claims of this Institution upon your
patronago and liberality. It hasalready
been a source of great good to our conn
ty at large, fostering and increasing the
popular interest in education, supplying
our schools with good teachers, diffusing
general intelligence and refinement, and,
as a consequence ot all these, enhancing
nil our material interests. .
Tho Institution is now in a prosper,
oils condition as to the number of stui
dents a. id the harmony of all its internal
affair! but it i in great need ef fund.
Wo earnestly appeal to yon in it b'ehalf
About 30,000 of endowment fund has
been secured, n considerable part of which
was contributed by persons out of our
county. This fund is to bo kept as a
permanent endowment, tho interest only
being used to defray the expenses for
prol'.'ssrr' salaries. &c. It ought to bo
increased from 830,000 to If 100,000, and
we are confident that such nn nppropri
ution ot that sum. which a reasonable
liberality could readily furnish, would
build up in our midst nn Institution
that would prove a lasting honor and
blessing to our county and tho commu
nity at largo.
Every citizen nblo to do so should aid
the Institution by at least tho purohaso
of a perpetual (.$100) scholarship. This
could not iudoot be rog.irdod a purely
a gift, for suoli a scholarship secures the
privilege ot sending a pupil to any de
partment ot the Institution perpetually
:;;:(! fjeo of tuition feos.
An i-flort will bo made during the
Summer to present this matter to all the
eili.eiis ot our county and we hope to
hear of ninny liberal response. We
call upon all, without respect to sect or
party, to aid in this good work. The
Institution is conducted upon the most
iheral principles, the right of private
opinion being allowed in ull matters ot
religion and politics.
Our county seat is a healthful and qui
et retreat, and with proper spirit in the
improvement oi our traveling facilities ll
may be rendered in overy respect A most
des'uublo location for an Institution of
Let us urge you, thou, to cherish this
Institution, and to give it liberally of
your means, and you will thus coulrib
uto to establish an enterprise that will
bo a credit to us and a blessing to our
children for all time to como.
Rev: Geo. S. Adams, a gentleman ot
the strictest integrity, has already enter
ed upon tho woik of canvassing the
county, and he is hereby recommended
to your coufidoiico and kind considera
tion Jno. C. Fi.icnmkkn,
President Hoard ot Trust.
J. Lazkak, Treasurer.
Rev. J. P. Bardttoll, of Oberlin, agent
for tho American Missionary Association
in Mississippi, wa lately enticed into a
law ofliee iu Grenada, Mississippi, and
set upon by a ruffianly crowd that gath
ered in tho street, in open day. Tho
missionary to the freedmeii could get no
reason for tho choking and beating
which they proceeded to administer,
except that ho was woiking for the nig
gers. Tho Bureau agent, Lieut.
Blanding, helped him wash tho blood
from his face and udvisad a complaint nt
once to tho Mayor. On reaching the
Mayor's ofliee, Mr. Bardwell found that
tho man who had led tho crowd and had
beaten him with a etick, had already
been before the Mayor, made complaint
against himself, and paid the fiuo of ten
dollars imposed by his Honor tho Mayor,
and was ready for more work at tho
samo price. Three day after, Lieut
Blanding, ag nt of the Bureau, was aU
tacked on tho street and shot three times,
and died in twenty-tour bonis. Cat.
It is calculated that if no change is
made in tho existing basis of representa
tion in tho eleven Slates, t!iey will have
twenty five more Representative in Con
gress than the same number ot voters
iu tho States which havo always been
loyal. This v, ill givo them a very hand
some advantage. In fact, their gain
from tho war in political power will be
very considerable. Their friend and
spokesmen say that they will never
consent to renounce this pre-eminence
over the mudsills of the North and West.
So much thu greater need ot settling
the question in determining the terms
of their restoration. Decausu a voter
in South Carolina or Mississippi hail
more power than ono in Iihnois before
tho war, when ho was ablo to say that
he could whip five Yanks, docs it follow
that ho should still havo it alter it has
been proved that his superiority was
merely inimaginary? Ch!cujrj Hp.
THE TRIAL OF JEFFERSON DAYIS.
Il has been decided to try Jurp Davis
in a civil court in tho Statu ot Virginia,
most probably in thu judicial district of
Norfolk. Sinco tho Government has
decided to bring him at onco to trial on
tho charge of treason, preparations to
that end havo been iu progress. Il is
understood that Chief Ju-tioo Ciiask will
preside over the eouit, and that Attorney
General Spki-.d will prosecute. The
leading counsel tor Davis aro Ciiahi.ks
I O'CoNon and Mr. Siika, of New York,
ARRIVAL OF HEAD Cl'.KTKRSrEPIIKNS.
New Yoiiic, May 10. Tho Fronch
s'eamor Napoleon HI arrived to-night.
Among the passengers was Road Center
Stephens 'iho Fenians aro making
preparations for a grand reception.
iiiiKt'Ai.o, May 10. The Uull'do Ex
press has a special dispatch from New
York, staling that the an ivnl ot Stephens,
tho Head Center, in New York, caused a
considerable movement among tho Fen
ian leaders, looking towards inimo Hate
operations, and that General Meade,
with a considerable number ol United
Stale troops, has been ordered to Bull'is
lo. The steamer Michigan, which was
on tho point of leaving Uiifl'.ilo, has been
ordered lo remain hero.
A bill has passed both Houses of tho
Legislature, and will piotiably bo signed
by tho Governor, equalizing bounties.
It provides that all veteran volunteers
who hayo not received any local bounty,
nor givoil their credit to loealilics nnUuln
I tho Slate, shall be paid !f3U0 by such
j city, county, ward or borough as received
credit for their le-pnlisioioui SMmnl
Directors or other proper officer nro
required lo levy taxes tor thu payment
of these bounties. If the veieran has
since died, his leg il representatives are
entitled to collect tho money.
CoNiiiiuss ha passed a bill, by the de
cisive vote nt 110 to 11, to revive the
grado ot General in the United States
army, and tho pay of the incumbent will
bo about $l,'JU0 per niuiuii inoio than
the present pay of Lieut Gen. Grant
Tho bill will, of course, pass tho Senate
and tho position will, in obedience to
the universal demand of the nation, bo
given to Gen. Grant, and tho Lieut
Generalship vaoatoJ by hi promotion,
will bo given to Gen. Shot man. The
United States army will then havo ono
General and two Lieutenant General
Scott having voluntarily retired, ns the
law authorized him to do, with his rank
and pay. Ot thu eleven voles cast
against conferring this merited honor on
Gun. Grant, ono wa natural y enough
givon by Gen Ci.flroth, a military repre
sentative who differs with Gun GinntV
stylo of heroism only in this that Coll
.. . 1. 1 . . .i i . . . . .
rum is mvisioio in war ana lnviuucauic
It Is customary to go to Qciuut's for cheap
Washington, May 10. There soem
to bo no longer any doubt ot thu tau
that the Government intend prooeedi ig
with tho trial ot Jell Davis. Tho latter I
and his counsel have been so officially in
formed. The Houso Judiciary Commit
tee in tho meantime, aro hurrying the
investigation into his alleged complicity
in Iho ussassination plot. The commiu
tec hrpo to bo nblo to report to tho
House at an early day, probably next
Thu veto inessngo of the Colorado bill
ha been completed by the President,
and will doubtless bo sent to tho Senate
to-nior:ow. It is believed that thu priii.
eiplo ground of objection to tho bill is
tlio insufficient population ot tho Terri
tory to form a State It seems to bo re
garded, quito certain that this veto will
be at least Kti-iained.
il -in 'i in ii . ... li iT Mh HHMUM -fcH M II I Will 111
Waynesburg Market, j
l.-OMIKCTKD WKliliLY ny .1. (1 1' I lllill. J
May ll, ISiiO.
flutter, fresh roll t 2."
(.'lover seed per bushel V..i.... I- "ill
('olleu per ll.v. (
Corn per Inwhel
Corn meal per bushel
Country Soap per th.
Candles, mould per It ,
Candles, dipped " "
I lieeso per ill
Dried A pics per Hi.
Dried Peaches per lb,
I'.fWS pi r ilo.etl 15
Flour per bid 1! on
Flax seed per bushel 1 i;5
Feathers per lb fill
Lard per 111 I."
It. VV. Flour per lb or
Molasses 1 (In
Oiits per bu -liei 51."i
Orions per tmshul l;'r(
I've per bushel A".'r!V"
Rico per Hi r"
Sugar, crushed per lb 22
Sugar, rcllnod " 20
Sugar, New Orleans, C lbs . 0
Svrup. per gallon 1
Sail, No. 1 per bbl 4 5.
Soft Si mp per gallon .-M
Tar per gallon r oil
Tea per ll
Tallow per Hi
Iwat per bushel
White Lead perkej;....
White Lime per bushel
Wo 1 common to I'me..
Potatoes per bushel....
l'ai snips, per bushel ,
... i r.e
riTTSLTilG UKXKKAL .U.iitKST.
May 12. Tho week which ha just
closed has been characterized by consul
el able excitement in commercial circles,
and especially has this boon tho case
wilh Flour and Wheat.
GUA1N Wheat firm and but little
offering. O.its (pin t and unchanged at
55 ru truck, in d GO fiom store. Corn
i scarce and in fair demand ; prime
shelled nnd ear quoted at 8'J on track.
Prime IViiu'a ltyo sell on arrival at $1
FI.OUl Very firm with continued
good demand, price are slill tending
upwind. We now quote Spring. Wheat
Family at $10,7oull; and Winter
Wheal brands at ri,5U(i13. Bye flour
is in demand at $0 and the supply is light.
PKOVISIONS Bacon sale from
storo at l lffrtjl li for Shoulders; 1 7 a 1 7 .V
tor Ribbed Sides j 21U22 for Main
Sugar Cured llaius ; and 2Ja-23i for
POTATOES Sales from storo at
1,25 per bush, for prime Peach Wows,
and ;i,50a3,75 per bbl. Sale if two
cars prime, iu bull:, at 1,15.
Baltimore Cattle jlaxket.
E.u.ti.moiih, Mny 10. Beef Cattle The
(ilferings during Ihe past week were 4KO head,
against 124 head previous week. Wo nutu
a further advance in piices But very few com
mon cattle iu market, which will show the
average liieh. Prices to-day ranged us
billows; Common &I,7'uVi6, and prime
Beeves iS'.l.T.lalU p T Kill lots
S'leep prices aro higher. Sales were made
nt ll:j.i7.J cents per ll gross, for clipped, with a
gi oil demand no wool sheep in market.
&5llojts The supply In market lias been light
anil pi ices tuning liiilier. Sales were neule
at $1U 2."at4,75, and s .me as high as $15 per
Nnw YoiiK, May 12.
Gold has kept steady at 129. The
money market was very casv to day.
and tho offerings were largo at -Iqj per.
cent on nail.
63- AN EXTENSIVE SALE AND DIS
TRIBUTION of Pianos, Melodeons, Gold and
Silver Ware is now going nn at the Salesrooms
of Hkhii & Bito , !i4 Liberty St., N. Y. These
goods aro sold at TWO DOLLARS EACH,
Ri:oAitii.i:ss of Yai.uk. Send TWENTY
FIVE Cents for one numbered Notice, or
ONE DOLLAR for SIX. Tho Number on
each Notice corresponds with tho number on
pwie artielu of goods, which will bo font on
reeept of $2. Thu money will bo refunded
of the goods do not give satisfaction. Agents
make TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS PER
WEEK. Send for a Circular.
HEED & BRO.
Ollleoi P. O. BOX, f. I :i8,
31 Liberty St. New York.
April I, ly
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, while residing in South
America, us u missionary, discovered a safe
mid simple remedy for thu euro of Nervous
Weakness, Etui ' Decay, Discuses of tho
Urinary and Semlu.il Oigaiu, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Great numbers have been
already cured by this nolilo remedy. Promp
ted by a desire to benetlt the alllicted and un
fortunate I will send tho reclpo lor (reparing
und using this medicine, in a sealed ouvelope,
to any oao who needs It, frco of chargo.
Pleasu inclose a post-paid envelope, ad
dressed In yourself.
Address, JOS. T. IN MAN,
Station D, Ihlilo House,
JM .U''X New York City.
O, Yes ! O, Yes !
COME ALL YOU GOOD PEOPLE,
young aud old, who want to purchase
GOOD AND CHEAP CLOTHING!
und examlno my NEW STOCK winch I lmvo
Just brought on from tlio Cily of Philadelphia.
I can sell as good suits of all kinds of
as cheap and cheaper than can bo bought iu
any other cstalllshmont. I ion determined
not to bo undersold by any ono.
A. J. BOWERS.
Warneslurg, May 0, 0(J.-8m.
TUB 01.0 MAMIS ItUT IN NKW rlANDS.
L . Y . THOMPSON,
HAVINO purchased Iho above named Gro
cery, has rctittod and restocked it He
luiaa complete stock ot Confectionery, oranges,
Lemons, Sugar. Cotl'ee, Tea, (green wild
black), Syrup, Molasses, canned fruit cheese,
rice, soda ai.h, white lime, soft soap (country
made) caudles, crackers ot all kinds, cigars,
tobacco, (cho.ving and smoking) Usli, lamps,
oil, small fancy articles, &., &e. Any one
needing tlio articles mentioned jr anything III
thu lino not mentioned will do weil to call.
Produeo taken in tradu. Remember the place,
the "Farmers' Grocery," formerly owned by
P. Drown. May!, 'uii.-ly.
rPIIK Greeno County Agricultural Society
1 will hold ils annual imetini at Ihe C. 1.
Church, Curniichaels, l'a., on SATURDAY,
May V'ith, at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the election
of ollleurs, fur tho ensuinj; year, and transact
ing other business ofinterest to tho Society.
J. 1'. M1TCHENER,
May fl.-tt Hecretary.
DEALER IN Ii loks, Stationery, Wall l'aper,
Window l'uncr. etc. Sunday School
LlSookn of ail kinds constantly on baud, Wuy-
ncslmrg, l'a., opposite rest Ullloo.
May U, 'i(t.-ly ,
TAYLOR A FARLEY'S
M O DE L ORGANS
Ko (!27 BROADWAY,
fJMIE MOST COMPLETE MUSICAL IN
X STKUMENT nianufaciured, and tho
OF THE WORLD!
Combining Sweetness nftd Depth of Tone,
Deaiithul and Chaste in Appearance, Ro
lining and Elevating in its Tenden
- cics. For Churches, Parlors or
the Jl uiiloirit lias no equal,
and has Invariably takeu
the FIRST PREMI
Competition with other well known manufac
turers. Thirty -four different slyles, and from ono to
twelve ?tnps, Long Double Dcllows, Double
Dlow Pedals, Kneo .Swell, etc., etc., giving
great powet and steadiness of tone.
THE SUU-ilASS, applied to tho Double
Reed Organs, gives a volume ef tone equal to
a sixteen foot stop iu a Pipe Organ, aud when
applied to (air Oruans containing thorn, and
four sets of Keeds the volume of tone is equal
to a 2iiun pipe organ, and costing only about
ono fourth as much. Send lor an illustrated
Price List, giving full particular. Address
orders, O.J. WILLARD,
Wholesale Agent, (127 Broadway, N. Y.
S E'. IA NO FORTE!
The cheapest first class Piano Forte in the
.Market. These beautiful instruments are last
winning their way lulo public favor. Tho
tone is rich, full and powerful, and gushes
furlli wilh peculiar sweetness a melody, while
the touch is easy and elaslic. Are finished in
rich rosewood cases, with lull iron frame,
over-strung has and French urand' action.
All have large round corners, with back fin
ished like the trout. Every instrument fully
warranted live years. Circulars giving cor
rect likeness taken from photograph, with full
descriptive price list, sent free to any address
A l:t;a:cJi!n! Hons 3d l.oi's
WollTll TI11IITV CUNTS,
Accompanies the Circular, and Is worthy of
preservation. Dealer will oo fur
nished these Beautiful In
struments Ht tlio
LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES.
And Teachers at the rates of discount. Ad
dress all miters to O. J. WILLARD,
Wholesale Agent, (127 Broadway. N. Y.
Wholesale agents for Win. A. Pond &Co's,
Beardinan, Gray & Co, 's, Wm. Knabo&Co.'g,
and other first class
Circulars giving correct likenesses of those
celebrated Piano Fortesand Taylor & Farley's
JMoilel Oigans, lorwardcU to any uuurcss on
The Latest Songs, Published January 1,
IKOli, and mailed to any address free of postage.
Oh, sing me that dear old song iiiio
We've drank from tlio same canteen, by J.
G. Ciark, Me
Beautiful Wales, sang by J. R. Thomas, Mc
I'm happy as the dny is long, line
Somebody's Darling, li.'ic
Violets under tlio show, by II. Tucker, ll'ie
Sweet be lliy repose, by J. II. Thomas, ii'ic
Song ol the spoon, a new college song, fillc
Thu Angel Guide, by Favager, ilue
When 1 went courting Sallie, com'c, 80c
Only a withered rose, 35c
Mother, I have he ird sweet music, il"c
Pleasant dreams" of long ago, ii.lc
Oh. say not a woman's heart is bought, fine
Kathleen, dear, 40c
Before I was married, O dear, !l."c
We'll meet no more at twilight hour, !H)c
Beautiful isle of I he sea, hv J. R. Thomas, 8"fi
Old don't care, by W. K. liasfird, Jl.'.c
Light of my soul, of thee I'm dreaming, 3,1c
Five o'clock in the morning, 4()o
Clcon and I, r-ung by Harry Tucker, liec
Come, Nellie dear, I'm weeping, by Tucker lino
Music on the waves, voeal duet, by Glover line
No time like tlio old time, 311c
(iive the old man a eh, nice. title
Ono bright moony night, cmic, Jl.'ic
They nil como homo but mine, :K)c
Young man on the railway, 8,"e
When Fenians light lor freedom 1)")C
Down by tlio Biito, by J. R. Thomas, 20o
Cirl'iulies ordering Music and over paying
for the samo will receive their chango inclosed
with tho Music, or Music will bo selected, as
parlies prefer. All orders promptly attended
to, and any Information cheerfully given.
Rurninscns : lion. G. W. Patierscn, ex
Govornorof Now York, WcstlWd, N. Y., T.
R. Column, President Lake Shore Bunk, Dun
kirk, New York.
Nkw folia Citv Rki'eiiunchs i vVilllam A.
Pond & Co., William U. Urudbiiry, Cnrhart,
Needham & Co., Siberia Olt ; Hugh Riddle,
Esq., Geunial Supt. Motive Power, Erie R. R.
O. J. WILLARD,
Wholesale Piano Forte, Orjran & Music Dealer,
No. (127 Broadway, Nt Y.
Deo. 20. latifl.-tf
THE Stockholders of thu Monongahela Val
ley Telogr iph Company am hereby notified
Unit a dividend, at the rule of leu per cent.,
per annum lias been declared, out ol Iho earn
iii'.'s of tho company, counting from tho date
of thu last dividend, January 1st, I Hull, or
from iho date of tho iy:elpl of tlio payment
of the last inslalmcnt duo subscription to stook
to tho that of April, lsiiu,
W.L. 8. WILSON.
May2, Sw. Treasurer,
JIOW to AVOID Till!
OO.MK TO TOWS, l'OU
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE
cily, uud havo opened the largest
Hew Grocery .
In town. They des're to Inform the citizens
of Waynesburg and vicinity of tnu caro they
havo taken in selecting stock, having on hand
a iroou supply ot
CONFECTIONS, TOBACOO. CI
GARS, TAR. also. PROVISI
ONS, HACON, DRIED 151CEK
POT ATOK-. FISH,
Call and boo then as they have Just
44, u, ,n-i
Y'ou will find them accomodating, and emi
sell lower than any one ia tlio place. Bo
sure to go to tlio rlglit place, iu
LEOWITH'S OLD BUILDING.
oppoflto tho Court 1 burse, and formerly oc
cupied by thu Post Ollleo.
Gko. E. Minoii.
, .L. K. Evans.
DON'T STOP TO LOOK lill'K
GO RIGHT IN!
TO THE Sl'OliK 01'
GEO. -E- ftHHOR & CO
'jMIR above named firm has purchased a
J. complete stock in Ihe Ri4 and areselling
at reduced prices. It comprises a general as
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
QUKEN'SWARE, BOOTS, S1IOK3,
lIATf&ND CAPS, CLOTHS,
itc., &v., &u.
Wo would also call tho special attention of
tho LADIES lo tho largest lot of
IKeffitiituvy nasi Calicoes
ever offered in this market, an I at prices ns
low as before tho war, also, our full lino of
IJALMO. SKIRTS, &o.
Y'ou would do well to call immediately, ns
pr ecs are already stiffening in Ihe Eastern
market. Don't forget tho place, at tho
In Minor's Building, nearly opposite tho F.
& D. N. Bank, Waynesburg, Pa.
April 18, 'liil tf. f
iiiD op ciiom- what a pretty and interest
ing child 1 saw last week I But now, alas!
It lno moro. Such was tho conversation of
two gentlemen riding down town In tho cars'
Died of croup ! howslrangol when Dr. To
bias' Venetian Liniment is a certain cure, if
taken in time. Now, Mothers, we appeal to
you. It is not for tho paltry gain und profit
wo make, but for the sake ofyourlufant child
that uow lies playing at your feet. Croup is
a dangerous disease ; but uso Dr. Tobias
Venetian Liniment in time, and it Is robbed
of Ita terrors. Always keep it In tho house ;
you may not want It to-night, or to-morrow
no telling when but armed with this liniment
you nro prepared, let it come when it will.
Price only 10 cents a bottle. Ollleo fii! Cort
andt Slreet, New York. Sold by all druggits
$l,SOO PER YEAR I
want iigentB every where to soil our i.mcuovhu
f2i) Sewing Machines. Three flew kinds,
Under nnd upper feed. Warranted five
years. Above salary or large commissions
paid. Tho only machines sold iu iho Uuited
States lor less than $11), which are fully licens
ed by Howe, Wheeler it Wilson, Grover &
Raker, Singer & Co., anil Baclu lder. All
oilier cheap machines are Infringements and
the seller or user ere liable to arrest, flue and
imprissonnient. Circulars free. Address ut
call upon Shaw & Clark, Blddelbrd, Malua or
VENETIAN LINIMEN T.
A CERTAIN CURS for pubis hi limbs nnu
back, sore throat, croup, rheuitiatlsin.collc,
&o. A perfect family medicine, and never
falls. Read I Red!! Read 111
Livonia, Watnu Co., Mien,, Juno 10, 'u!.
This Is to certify that my wife was taken
with Qulnsoy Sore Throat j it commenced to
swell, and was so sore that she could not
swallow, and coughed violently. I used you
Liniment, nnd made a perfect euro In ono
week. I (irmly believe that but for thu Llul
mout she would bavo lost her life.
JOHN H. HARLAN.
Price 40 and 80 cents. Sold by till druggists,
Ollleo, fid Corllandt Street, N. Y.
LETTERS of adinlnlslrtion having been
granted to Iho undersigned upon tlio es
tate ot Oliver Keener, lute of Aleppo town
ship, dee'd. Notice, Is hureby giveu to nil
persons Indebted to bhUI estate to make Im
mediate payniont, and those having, claims
agalust tho samo are horoby nolllled to pre
sent them duly authenticated for sell lenient.
May 2 0w Adut'r, of Juckson lp.
.T3a:iOOl:how B.ost, how Itc
Jast published, a new edition of
ftn-w-i Essay on tho raiAWow (with
out medicine) of SrKRUArrouuuiBA, or leuii
nal weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses,
lmpoteney, Menial and Physical Incapacity,
Impediments lo .Marriage, etcalso, CossuMr
tiom, Ei'ii.ia-sr nnd Firs, iudit 'cd by relf In
dulgence or sexual extravagance.
itJ-l'rieo, In a sealed envelope, only 6 eta.
Tho celebrated au'hor lit tins adiuirabla
essay clearly demonstrates, from a thh (y year's
successful practice, that tho alarming eonwi
quences of Hell-abuse, may bo railieall) cured
without the dangerous use of internal medi
cine or the application of tlio knife--pnhilin(
out to a modi! of cure ut once simple, certain,
and ell'eclual. by means of which every suf
ferer, no matter what his condition may be.
may cure himself cheaply, pilvaluly, aud
(WJ-tho Lccturo shook! bo in tho hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope,, to nnf
address ;io ;., on receipt of sixjcoutK, or
Iwo postage stamps Address Iho publishers,
CIIAS J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York,' PostOilico Box4S80
1WILL sell at public s-do, to thu highest
bidder, at thu Court Houso la Waynesburg,
SECOND MONDAY CF JUNE NEXT,
the following lots of ground situate In tho
borough of Waynesburg, for tbe payment of
thu taxes due and unpaid by the owner or
owners thereof and which have been assessed
upon said lots on the owner or owne-s thereof,
for Siato. county, township and borough
purposes, to wit :
I. A LOT OF GROUND situate upon
Maine or High street, bounded by lot ot J.
& M. Rinehart on tho East ; by lot of Iho
widow of Christian Baltzell, dee'd , on tho
Wot, und Strawberry alley on tlio North, bo
big lot No. seventy-seven (77) in tho plan of
said town or borough. Assessed In ths
name of John Junes, or Juliu Jones' heirs.
'. A LOT OF U ROUND on tho comer of
Cumberland and (iroeno streets, and bounded
on tlio Norlh by Cherry alley, being lot No.
oiio hundred and seventy-one (171) in the
plan of said town. Assessed to or lu tlio
name of Robert Whitchill's heirs.
il. LOTS NUMHEIW W.2il, 27, 2R, S'J
und situate East of tho Cumberland Pres
byterian Church. . Assessed to Jonathan
Morris, or the heirs of Jonathan Morris.
4. LOT on ihe coiner of Maine or High
and Riehhill streets, bounded by lot of John
Munncll on Ihe East, and Strawberry ulley ou
the North, being the West half of lot No.
seventy nine (7'j) iu Ihe plan of said. town.
Assesse d to Mrs. Ross, Miss Ross, M." Ross
and .Moses Russ.
TliRMS Cash in hand sufficient lo pay the
taxes, and costs and expenses of sale, and
bond wilh security on interest tor tho payment
of tho Surplus purchase money, according to
law. THOMAS IAMS.
Treasurer ot Green County. .
Treasurer's Ofliee, April 4, 'tilj-ts.
apl I '(id.
J. S II UN, Proprietor.
N INVITING TUB PUBLIC to ids patron
1 age, thu undersigned feels confident, that
by Ids long experience, ho will ho enabled to
render satisfaction to all. He guarantees the
best accommodations both to man nnd beast.
MayliViiJ-Iy J. W. HARN.
Lyons Periodical i)rops
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY F It
These Drops are a scientifically compound
ed lluid preparation, uud better than any
Pills, Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid,
their action is direct nnd positive rendering
them a reliable, speedy and certain specilic
for the euro of all obstructions and suppres
sions of na'iiirc. Their popularity is Indicated
by tho fact that over 100,000 bottles aro an
nually sold ii nil consumed ny the ladles ol tlio
United States, every ono ot whom speak in
tho strongest terms of praise of their great
merits. They are rapidly taking tlio place of
every other Fum.de Remedy, aud aro con
sidered by all who know aught of them, as
the surest, safest and most iujiillililo prepara
tion in the world, for tlio euro of all female
complaints, the removal of all obstructions of
nature, and the promotion ol health, regulari
ty and strength. Explicit directions stating
when they may lie used, and explaining when
and wh they should not, nor could not bo
used without producing el! -els contrary to
nature's chosen laws, will be found carefully
folded iirouml each bottle, witli thu written
signature of John L. Lyon, without which
Ixntii lll'n ipi.tlllillil
Prepared by 1). JOHN L. LYON, 105,
Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn., who can,
bo consulted either personally, or by mail,
(o.eclosing stamp,) concerning all prlvato dis
eases anil feinnlo weaknesses. i
Sold by Druggists everywhere
C. O. CLARK & CO., ,
General Agents for U. S. and Canadas. '
Nov. H. (J5. 1 V. i
0" NE11UN DR 101) DOLLARS PREMIUM
OFFER El) BY
.Mil, Al n. M mm m
WSWII Wl WWIIWIIIIinh)
BMITUFIKUI, KAYKTTK 00, I'A,
USE MILLS AXil COOK'S EVAPORATOR.
This Is tho raily successful Evaporator for
making u No.l Syrup with economy aud dis
patch. Over ten thousand were used last fall, every
ono of which was insured, and not oao return
ed. II Is tho only Evaporator free from liabilities
for Infringement upon some previous patent.
We lire also aiicnis for thu celebrated "VIC
TOR CANE MlLIV'niniiufnctilred by claim's
soaoo MAi iiisn .co. Wo oiler Ono Hundred
Dollars Premium for sample of best Syrup,
(see pi leu list of ('anu Mills and Evaporators,
sent free of charge,) to bo awarded by Sorgh
um Convention, the time and place to exam
ine samples to bo determined hv tho Conven
tion. I). OWENS, Agent.
ALSO, PROPRIETOR OF THE
71IERE ho keeps constantly on hand,
V STOVES of all kinds and CASTINGS
or all desoilpiloua. Orders solicited and till
nprL'o Urn Waynksiium, Pa,
Letters of Administration upon tho Estato of
JOHN IIEADLliE, Esq., late of Perry Town
ship Greene Co, due'd., having been granted
to the undersigned by tlio Register of Greeno
County, ull perHims knowing themselves In
debted to said Estalo aro requested to pay tho
name, and thoso having claims against said Es
tato are requested to (misent thorn duly au
theuticalod lor settlement.
Apr 10-8 w Administrators.
Valuable llucipos for sale.
The following recipes can ho had by calllnii
on or addressing the undersigned i
ll.dr Dye, No. I, for 7.
Hair Dye, No. 1!, Hunmlatlna Ongunnt,
llalr Ronuwnr, Ildr Restorer Cr.ro for Pirn
ides nnd Blolcheii, Itoiuody for Freckles and
Tan, nil lor
These recipes nro ns gnml as nnv hi use any.
Where, THOS. FilRIUJU .
. Hifto'ltf Wiiynoiduirn, Pa,
$9o A MONTH !
wanted tor six entirely new nrilcles, In nut
addros ( . T. UAIUiY, City Building m$Z
ford, Muluo, lanlvk-lT,