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gito way to him." We may say this and
do thia, but what wi.l bo the result! I tell you what the result will bo if God is iu the future what lie has been in the past. When we jmt our hand to the plough, we may look back but God doe not look back. His plough will go straight Hi mill stones will grind on. It Is educating this nation to its own origional idea that "all men are cre ated equal" On the condition of car rying out that ida.t, we hold our inde pendence, liberty, national life. We are to bo compelled to be true to it, sooner or latter j if we choose it will be eoouer i it we do not choose, it will be latter. i Wo are God's cliooscn people to-day. America is the lust continent the Almighty hat on this earth, on which to develop mankind they are to bo de veloped here into his ideas ot justice and human brotherhood. So, if wo refuse their rights to this humble, faithful, gontle affectionate race, God will do with us as he did with his other chosen peo ple He chose the Jews three thousand years ago, to bear the advanced standard of truth in the woild. They also was stiff necked and stubborn. They were disobedient and idoltttrous. So they were sent into captivity ; so llisy were ground on tho mills of God i so the plow .and harrow pas cd over them, till at last they became obedient to the divine will, fore time. But when they rejected the Messiah, they became once moro and forever a people scattered and peeled. So it will be with us. This continent is to bo the homo ot equal rights and human brotherhood. If this nation re fuses to do its work its work will be taken from it, mid gircn to another which shall bear the fruits thereof hut the work of tho Lord Khali be done,. Tbe Jews were Gods chosen people, not because God gave them moro of the luxury and comtoi'1 ot this life than he gave others i for he did not. The Re runus he made moro powerful j to tho Egyptians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Per sums, he g.ivo more luxury ; to the Greeks more and higher culture. But the Jews were Gods chosen people, be-, cause he choso them to bo the leaders, educators, advanced guard, of tho hu man race,' in the greatest work to le done then in the world. But they re jected their Messiac, because ho came in a lowly form, a poor iind despised man, a man ot sorrows and acquainted with gtief, not having where to lay his head Then they were cast aside as men cast into the street to be trampled under foot, as. the costliest china vase,ns soon as it is broken and so useless. ; Jesus became the king of the human race all thu samo ; but by the hands of others, not theirs. , So, to-day God's new Messiah comes to us puce more, in the lowly form of this despised race, asking that by giving to it justice, wo niay give to mankind equality and human brotherhood. We uro tho chosen people to whom this op portunity is offered. We may reject the opportunity j but then we will be cast into tho street, like a broken useless ves sel, to be trampled under1 foot of men. Another people will take our place, and do our work i for God's kingdom shall come, and his will shall de done: wheth er wo hear or whether we forbear. THE CASE OF COLORADO. 'The Senators elect from Colorado emphatically deny tho imputation thrown upon them and members ot Congress to the effect that there was a political bargain and agreement to sccuro votes for" the passage of the bill for the admis sion of the State. They further say that their call upon tho President, to which allusion has been made by some of tho newspapers, was simply to present such facts' and documents as show the popu lation, substantial wealth and permanent prosperits of Colorado, and had no refer ence whatever to politics. -r ' ' ..... r'- Tiib Fkni-ah Collator. A New York letter says: The dismal collapse ot Fen- Innism, outside of its uvord abodes, hardly makes a ripplo on the social surface. ' O'Mahony is disgraced Killiati is divested of his glory; and there is no certainty that if James Stephens himself should oomo to this city, he would net receive an entertainment like that given to'his namesake in 1801, in tho yard of the City Prison, by Sheriff John Kelly. The tun of Fenia has set; tho spider weaves Its web in tho halls so lately avrake to the tumult of preparation, and the well scared British Lion, soothed of alarm from Fenians and murdered Bermuda niggers, sinks again to repose. , J i Swindling by telegraph is in voguo. The sharper watches the hotel arrivals and telegraphs to tho homo ot the trav eler tor funds, signing tho laltcr s name to the i iriesaago and lifting the lotter when it arrives. A bill has passed both Houses of Con gress authorizing the issue of a metallic Ave pent coin, six ot whicti will weigh n ounce- All paper currency unuer iu cents Is to be withdrawn as Boon as the dow coin gets into general circulation. Ton million in five-twenties have been retarned from Europe to thii oo.iintiy during the past lour week.' " J .MM"aa sSSs"" ' Tift tjial of Jeff Davit bai bn post (OMnnttt neit Oct. , j.iom Itt IVqniMicau. WAYNKSUUliTi: TTIayersT wiipNEtf lV a" vTm ay TbgbT' FOB GOVEItNOlt, GEN.J. W.GEABY, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. VOLUME 10. Our readers will notice that this num ber begins Volume 10th of our paper, sinco being published under the head of the Giikknis County Uki-liii.icas. Through those past nine years it is un neci'smry to recount tho many changes, revolutions and difficulties it has been subject to. It will suffice to know that nono of tho former editors have amassed any very large fortunes, and we greatly fear that a few have been liko unto the fellow we hear of who caught the bear and called for help to let it go. Wo irii say however, to tho credit of tho Union men of our county that there is a vast improvement on their part in sus taining tho paper in comparison with wh.it there was six years ago, and we can say, truthfully there is every pros pect for a prosperous future. Let us have continued assurance from our friends aud we will strive faithfully to cxeouto our part. Wo do not hesitate in saying that our paper compares with most of country journals lor general and political news, but tho type and material belonging to tho ollice, are worn and deficient and need replacing In order to do this wo call upon all to aid us in sending the Rhi'cw.ican into every family in tho county. As Henry Clay orioo said, wo have the best ot friends, but there is not enovyh of them. An exciting and important campaign has opened, aud the contest will ho one (f interest. It behoves every man to be come acquainted with the true Usues that nro to bo canvassed. Our' enemies me putting forth mighty effort and it will require the utmost endeavor on the part of every truo citizen to thwart their in sidious designs Our paper will be sent from this time until after the eleu tion for Onb Dollar in advance. ,T h ro will be no butter tune than the present to subscribe, as you will obtain all con cerning the vital contest now before tho people of Pennsylvania. Let every present subscriber ask his neighbor to subscribe, and those who aro unable to tako it, pay for it lor them. One Dol lar for six mouths or two dollars a year. Send on your names. Fitost a recent letter ot Gen. Quant's arid sundry intimations thrown out by him in private conversation with distin guished gentlemen, we infer that the General is decidedly opposed to the President's plan of restoration. His let ter to Congress urges the immediate pas sago of a Bill for the reorganization of the army in such a manner ' that it will admit of rapid increase in case of neces sity. He objeots to tho withdrawal of Federal troops from tho Southern States on the ground of security to tho people' of all classes. Would bo glad to sup press disloyalty in every shape he could in the North but for the interposition of tho President. When tho Norfolk, Va. Post last February said : "there" has been no such manifestation ot joy and jubilation in tho South since tho rout of tho Federal army at Bull Hun as that in forming us of the President's veto of the Frcedmah's Burenu Bill", and the Rich mond Inquirer declared, "to get rid of strife we must get rid of the negro there is but one alternative. We must reduce the negro to slavery or"; we must exterminate him," General Grant sup pressed tho papers, but the President re stored them. They now say he (the Pres ident,) is our tried and faithful friend. What does Grant say now. The South at tho close of tho war wero ready to do anything, now they consider themselves masters of the situation. Tub Fast Day Siskmon. On the out side. Read it for the sound sense and legio sot forth. If it is somewhat ultra, coming as it does from a Southern source, shows that there are some who know what should bo done for the pres ervation of our Union, evon in the South. ' ' '." IIonACsMAYNAitD, and other South ern representatives prohibited from tak ing their seats in Congress, are making spceohos in :, West Virginia and other Northern Slates endorsing the policy of that body and denouncing tho caviling Copperheads of the North who oom plairi so much on their aooount. i Tub now 'internal revenuo bill pro poses to put an even tax of 5 per ' cent on all Incomes over $1,000,' exempting incomes under f 1,000.' ' " ! I 7. J UNION PARTY VS. CONSERVATIVE. Midst the turmoils and strife of pol itical warfare surging from coast to coast of our continent it is a pleasure as well as a duly for every true American citi zen that feels an interest iu the ntf.urs of our nation to take for himself n retro spect, to examine with accuracy nr.d wiihout prijudice thu past record ol both parties and present standing of each. It is a source ot gratification, a feeling that causes the bosom to heave with grateful emotion in every Union man of our laud, when ho contemplates the just policy and course pursued by loyal men during tho recent fiery ordeal through which wo have passed. Its unwearied fidelity to tho government, through trials gigaulio and almost over whelming endear the name of Union to every heart. Although familliar. as the nursery rhymo to "every intelligent reader, it is a thomo which the ablest cannot find language to depict. Its praises will continue to be sung by gen erations yet unborn, Wo stand to-day as we stood when tried in the fearful cru cible of civil war. liver upholding the true principles of Constitutional and democratic government willing if need be to sustain them with our lives. The politic.il stand point is more than ever encouraging. Tho Mobile (Ala ) Nation alist says : Tho personnel iff tho party is remark able. In the North, it comprises with in its ranks niuetecu-twcuiielhs of tho members ot all Protestant churches, ex cepting the Episcopalians and a largo majority of the members of that, denom- inaiion ; almost the entire membership of all moral or benevolent associations; four fifths of the literati, professional, men, teachers, etc., three-fourths of the returned soldies : a large portion of the prominent business men especially mi ners, manufacturers and bankers, and certainly a decided majority of the farm i"o population. Ever since its forma, tion this party has boon growing with amazing rapidity, and its accessions have been principally fiom tho above classes, which do not uhnngo easily until now it controls every Northern State including Missouri. Such is the party which Copperhead journals berate with their coarsest of epithets, the vilest of abuso. This being the element which compose tho Union party what composition can tho socalled Conservative Party claim? Senator Wilson in a ro e.itspteJi speaks thus ; 'Let conservative gentlemen who aro over boastfully vaiintiui of their conserv atism remember that the crimo onanist liberty, against justice, and against hu manity that have marked the past thirty years in America, wero committed in the name of conservatism. Lutconserv tive gentlemen remember that conserv atives trampled down in congress the sacred right of petition and tho freedom ot speech arraigned before the bur of the House of Representatives the illus trious Adams, ai:d censured the fearles Gidrling ; manacled seamen on the docks of Massachusetts ships, and expelled their counsel, the aged Samuel Ilonr, from South Carolina, annexed Texas to make slavery perpetual, and opposed the ad mission ot free California s rejected (ho prohibition of slavery in New Mexico and Utah, mid enacted the fugitive slave law ( repealed the prohibition of slavery in Kansas, enacted slave codes, murder ed freo-state settlers, and trained the Lecomplion constitution, struck down a Senator on the floor of tho Senate, and fired upon the Hag covering bread for tho starving garrison of Sumpter, organ, ized treason, and plunged the nation into civil war, plotted insurrections in the secret counsels of tho knights ot the Golden Circlo, and fired Orphan Asy lums in the cily of New York, slaughter ed the catured garrison of Fcrt Pillow, 'and sacked and burned defenceless Law rence starved Union prisoners at An dersonvilie, and assa-sinated the Chief Magistrate of the United , States. Eve ry crime for a generation against liberty aud the rights of man in America has been committed by men who vaunt thuir conservatism, and denounce the advocates of freedom, justice and humanity, as reckless agitators and radicals. Con servatism has come to bo a word in tho political vocabulary of America synou yirious ith cowardice, treachery, base ness and crime It is a word every man in America should blush to uso as descriptive pf any decent political organ ization. ,..; Shall there bo any hesitancy on the part of the Union party in the great struggle now pending. Wo say not Those who have followed its fortunes through the contest for the Constitution and the perpetuation of its privileges will stand by it to tho end, "llinDS op a Fkatiikii. fce." On last Saturday, thu day of the Demoors. tic election in this county, we under stand that one "Copy" Smith, presided as one of the board of Election in Franklin tp. A man disfranchised by the laws oi tho United States, mid of tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and who if ho had his just deserts, would have knelt upon his colUn bug since. We hope it may not bo true, but it comes from too reliable souroe to bo discredi ted. . ... Tiik Bounty Bill has passed the lower House with but two dissenting voices. Tho bill is tho same as hereto fore stated wilh tho oxecptipn that all looal, Slate, and Government bounties nrp to be deducted from the $8, 33 por month, for term of service. It Is con ceded that it is the noarest correct of any measure yet developed to really tqualitt the bounties, We soon expect to hoar ot its passRgs by the Seiiatt. " ' ' Osk glaring inconsistency' in the President's veto of the Colorado Bill, is, thiit ho arrays himself against die admis sion into tho Union of a State which contr.buted four regiments to tho Uuion armies, and, which by it own eflort rescued New Mexico from the enemy. Huttrysto force into Congress, eleven States that fur tour years fought against theUmon with a desperation ot which his tory shows no parallel. ' Ho would have us take back Florida with no more popu lation than Colorado, whose record is wholly rebellious, whilst he vetoes a bill to admit Colorado. Gun. Giiast says, "if I had tho power I would Btippprcss such journals as the New York News, World, &o., which constantly uphold tho deplorable condi tion ot Southern traitors " He will do to "lie" to. PROSCRIPTION OF REliELS The proposition to exclude for four years from a voice in tho Federal Gov eminent those w ho were guilty of nt tompting.lo overthrow that Government and disrupt tho Union, is received with shrieks of horror by tho Copperheads generally. We do not favor tho policy of disfranchisement, simply bocanse we deem general efilYanchiseinont every way preferable; but it is a fact, abun dantly established, that tho Rebels, had they succeeded, would have disfiauchis cdtho Southern' Unionists, not tempora rily, but for all time. This truth docs not rest on such testimony us Gov Wisu's alone. There is ample corroboration from various quarters. . In February, 1SG3, the leading Con federates ot West Virginia issued from Richmond an address "To tho People of North Western Virginia," urging ihcm to tako ground for tho Southern Confederacy. In this manifesto, they say: " The North can vever co iquer the South. Neither wilt the South ever con sent U a restoration of the Union. An inhuman attempt to subjugate a brave free, enlightened and Christian people, cm fw te fonjiven or forgotten. The atrocities of the North in prosecuting this war, and a desperate attempt to invoke sorvile insurrection, have placed a fiery gulf ot hatred between tho two countries. Tho separation which was forced by fanaticism has been confirmed by ferocious tolly. It is not thu South which will have to regret the consequen ces. "As certainly as the atrocious Fchome of subjugation is destined to tail, jii!-t so certainly will every inch of the soil ot Virginia remain under iier jurisd ction. The entire South will be conquered or all Virginia will bo free- By. solemn re solves, the Confederate aud Slate Gov ernments stand pledged never to sun un der any part ot the Slate. They w 11 be prompted by every motive of inteiest and of honor to redeem tho pledge til all hazards. "We do not address ourselves to those who have eagerly engaged with the enemy to subjugato or dismember our venerable Commonwealth They have cio?en to abide the event 'u war in which they have taken the part of traitors and tlvij must, abide by it, If you havo not ull noted with equal firmness, wo are gratified to believe (as wo hsvo many reasons for believing) that a largo major ity ot the citizens of North-Western Virginia have cherished a loyal attach, incut to tho Slato, ami that they abhor treason and trait on. We know how to make due allowance for the cruel necess ities oi your situation. While some of us wee ublo to retire to places where we could servo thu cause ot the South, ami several thousand have joined our armies, it is just to remomber that a whole coins inanity so great as ours could not with- ! draw into tho interrior, nor could they ulono resist the powerful Status on their i borders. Many were hampeieJ by I poverty, or charged with tho cure ot families, or detained at home by other obstacles which could not be overcome. Being compelled to remain, their sub mission could be enforced by arms -Mere submission to irresistible forco will not be imputod to them as a crime. Voluntary and corrupt complicity with treason an nuvku be excused by any cir cumstance." This manifesto is signed by Chas. W. Russell, Robert Johnston, Thomas S. Raymond, Gideon D. Camden, Joseph Johuson, William L. Jackson, ami ten other ot tho leading Confederates whose homes were in West Virginia It proves that, betjro Virginia would join thu Confederacy, bore rulors exacted a secret but solemn treaty stipulation that no poice should ever be made with tho Uuion that did not put loyal West Virginia under the feat and subject it to the vongeanuo ol the pro-Slavery traitors east of the mountains It proves, more over, that it was the settled Rebol policy to disfranchise and punish nU "voluntary" Unionists. Tho tables being turned, you see, thoy sing a very different nne in 1830 from that to which thuir pipes wero pitched in' 1803. Tri. ''',.. HitNitr A. vVisc made a spoooh last week in Alexandria to a large audience whom lie joooscly addressed several times as "my dear traitors" and "fellow traitors" in which he defiantly denied that thoso who had fought in the Rebell ion had boon guilty of treason, and in which ho significantly warned his audi enue to beware of the National green hack currency) 1 "tho last holders) of this worthless trash," roarcS he, "will luroly Poome' to grief," ! ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, MERCANTILE APPRAISER'S tf0 riCE- NOTICE IS IIEREBY.aiVEN TO' THE undersigned Mcrch-.nts, Distillers, ole., Hint they liuvu bee I ftpprulsed and classified Hud mentioned us below, and that a court ol appeal will bo held at the Commissioners' Of (ice, in Waynesburg, on MONDAY, the lntli day ol Ju'y next, whun and where all persons interested can ulteuil ll'tliev see proper. JOllN 11 BELL Mercauti' c Appraiser. Monois TowMSiui'. Namks. F, Alnmn, A. Walton, M. lams, O. F. Walters, Jacob Arnold, Stout Prior, II U Mordock. . Uiluh Lippencott, William Uair.tt, Class, $ n. 14 7 00 H 7 On in to no H 7-C0 U 7 on I t 7 0(1 7 20 (10 7 20 no 7 20 01) Jkhkiisos Ti-, S. & J. Sedgwick, Davnrd & Hewit, Smith & K'aek, Railey & Fluimilten, A. .1. Marl in, .1. A. I.indsey & Co., O. L. Penney, Win. K- I'ey, M A. .lorden Dlanali Thomas, 'Win. Martin, lUyard & Hewitt, Uriah Riiiehart, 7 oo 7 01) 10 00 10 till 7 00 7 on no oo on on oo 20 (10 2000 Caumk iiaei.s Roiiouuii. .T. W, Ilntlicway. H 7 00 llorm-r & Crosedalo, :i looi) William Hartman, ;l lono J. 8. Momyer & Co., 13 10 (in 1 Laidley & Co., 7 uo Cl'UUKItLAND Tr. Hiram Cloud, H 7 00 8 M. Kn Its, U 7 00 Henry Jemison, 14 7 on ! Jacob Pennington, H 700 T. II. Ruth, i t 7 00 Thomas Ij. Cummins, I t 7 no Simon Mo.doek, . '7 20 00 MoNONOAIItaA Tl'. Wi.liam Gray & Sons, n in 00 A V. Ruehncr, ia 10 on V. II.' McCoy, 0 25 00 II Silverman, U 12 no C. A. Mcsto-zut, I t 7 no do do I I 7 00 M. Hans, l:t 10 (II) Win. Orny & Sons, C 25 00 0. A. Mesterzat, 7 20 on John South, 7 20 00 GltKKNU Tl'. P. Son ton, H 7 00 David Lemley, I t 7 oil Bailey & Co., lil ;i (10 Stamiley Jc Sieklcsmlth, 10" 20 00 DCNKARU Tl'. Qenrgo Lemley, ' It 7 00 1). L. J.oug, U 7 00 A. W. K. Maple, H 7 (10 John K Taylor, 12 12 fill Alpheus Steward 13 10 00 William Williams, 14 7 00 George Lemley, U 7 CO Alfred Maple U 7 00 Thomas Whitcfleld, H 7 00 Jones & Wolaey. 7 20 00 Edward Cleveoger, 7 20 UO PconrTc. w. G. Morris 13 10 00 E. F. Morris, 13 " 10 CO I. South & Uro., 13 lono Sleward Morris, U 7 00 Jnim-s M. Br'wn, H 7 no V illiam N. Sine, 7. 20 00 WiuTiii.ur Tr. John Hudson, 14 7 no Chall'uivt. John & Co., 13 10(10 W. U. Hudson, 14 -7 00: Way. Tp. Rezin Calvert, 13 10 00 It. L. Oranleo, 14 10 uu T. V. Brock & Co., 14 10 00 Gii.iionK Tp. 1 P. M. McCullough & Co., 11 lfl 00 Ai.kito Ti. IMerUlum, 7 20 00 SraiNGiiiLL Tp. James Nusiim, 13 10 00 Solomon White, 1 4 7 00 Jackson Tp, Peter Grimes, . , 14 7 00 Ckntkr Tp, Z. Gordon,' 13 10 00 Call & t'luni, 13 10 00 Call & Fry, 13 . 10 00 TM. Zollars, It 7 00 Morris Tp. Smith & Hopkins, 14 7 00 Ross & Day, 14 7 00 RiciiiiiLL Tp. William Nichols, 14 7 00 Riley & Clark, 14 7 00 J. W. Walton, 1.1 10 (ll) I). M Walton, 14 7 00 Morgan Bull, 19 10(10 Mania Supler, 14 7 00 T. B. McGlumphy, 14 7 no Samuel Roaeli & Co., 7 20 K) Weden Bryan, 7 20 00 James Buclmer, 7 20 00 Wasiiinuton Tp. William II. II. Sutton, 14 7 00 Franklin Tp. E. A. Hubs, I t 7 00 Jesse Hook, 14 7 00 Hook & Wise, 0 2(1 00 Marion Tr. George R Minor & Co., ' 10 20 00 James Gulher, 0 26 00 R, K, Campbell, 14 7 00 A Wilson, Jr.. 13 10 00 Andrew Wilson, Sr. 14 7 00 Peter Brown, 11 15 'Mrs. Siyors & T. Ilosklnson, 13 10 L. Day, 14 7 A. Hedgo&Son, 14 7 Isaac Hooper, . 14 7 Rlnehait i Ingliram, 14 7 Cotu rell & Taylor, 14 7 John Mil . nell, 13 10 li. W. Thompson, 14 7 N. II. McClellan, 14 ,7 Win. L Crelgh, 14 7 Marlali Msrvuy, 14 .7 D. W. Bradeu. 14 7 N.Clark A Son, 13 10 A.J. Sowers, - ' 13 10 J. R. BELL, 1 May 80,-4t Morcantlls Appraiser. ,Vxcculr s. Notice. LETTERS tertumentary having been grant ed. the undersigned upon the estato of Do Ilia Lantz, late of Wayne Tp., dee'd. Notico is hereby given to all persons IndebUd to said estate to umke Immediate pajmcnt, and thoso having claims against tho samo are hcrnby no tlllud to present them duly authenticated for settlement. JNO, LANTZ, Ex'r.' my so Uw m SLATER ODENBAUGH, D EALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, U- nuors and every tiling pertaining to a lust class Drug Btore. Presorlptlous curetully com. nouudud. ureign's uiu nunu," waynes burg, Pa, May 30, 'CO.-ly. Administrator's! Notice . LETTERS of administration liavlug boon granted to the undersigned-on the estate of James Gwynn, doo'd., late of, Jefferson tp,, notice Is hereby given to all persona ludetitjd to said estate to make Immediate payment and those having claims tn present them nronurlv Authenticated for settlomsnt. 1 , WIIiMAM GWYNN., f MARSHALL GWYNN, 1 Administrators of James Qwynu, dto'd, Mar 80, U6VSw , (i iti:i3.i: 110 isii Jefferson, Grce . Ccunfy, rcnii'a. MRS. R, J. Ii V MG A RXICR, rro,mttrts$. HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP THIS well known establishment, Mrs. Buh oaiinkk is prepared to I'uriiUh Me Ul, to the travelling public. The TABLE alvy sup plied wiili the rhnieest didioicit-s, tlu BAR with thu finest Wines and Liquors, good sleep ing aparlmi'iits, and an abundance of stable loom attached to tho premises. l'ublic patronage solicited. Alay 23, 'GO -ly AGENTS WANTED for our NEW AND BEAUTIFUL WORK. THE PICTORIAL BOOK OF AXKCDOTKSAND INCIDENTS of the i:i.ii;;u,iii : Heroic, Patriotic. Political, Romantic, Hu morous and Tragical Splendidly Illustrated, with overUOO tins Portraits and beautiful en gravings. This work tor general humor, tender pathos, startling interest, aud attractive beauty, stands peerless and alone among all ' its cumrelitors. The Valiant and llravo Hearted, tho Pielures quenud Diamatie, tho Witty ami Marvellous, the Tendor and pathetic. The Roll of Fame ami Story, Camp, l'ieket, Spy, Scout, Bivouac, and hiego ; Startling Surprises ; Wonderful Escapes. Famous Woids and Deeds of Wo man, ami the whole Panorama of the War are here thrillingly and stattlingly portrayed in a masterly manner, at unco historical and ro mantic, rendering it th most ample, brillisnt and tea-ruble book that thu war has called forth. D'subled odlecrs and soldiers, 'teachers, en ergetic young men, and all in want of profit able employment, will find this the.best chance to make money ever yet offered. Seud for circulars and sen our terms Aildress, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.. No. 507 Minor St., Pliil'a., Pa. May 23, 4t. iflimioTE C8EBB1CKS JTi PREMIUM! N. CLARK & SON ARE NOT TAKING GOLD FOR CLOTHING, BUT- Orccisliacks and Pi'ian'a. CURRENCY!! WILL BUY ANY' ARTICLE OF CLOTH lug or Gents Furnishing Goods you may find in their new fresh uud well selected stock Just bought in the Eastern Oities, And which, for variety and choapnoss, the liks 1ms uot been seen or heard of for more than V!. Wn will only givo a few o f tho leading articles with ,rli.na nml nal vm, ..ntt n,trlU t, Amtio and see for yourselves,' and we will prove nr.. 1 mora ui:iu wo say. ivu uuvo j From 10 to 25. dollar's, business coats from 4 to 10 dollars, and for S dollars will sell you a coat we will insure Pants from 1 7 to 10 dollars, will sell ALL WOOL pants and vest for 8.00 dollars, these we will guarantee j vests from I no to 4.00 do lurs. A complete assortment of Hats dto Cctis ! For Men and Bovs, price ranging from 7 cts. to r. (10 dollars. Suspender", Hosiery, Drawers.- Linen, Muslin arid Drilling, Slilits, wool, muslin aud linen, . . Gloves, Tics. &c. Ac., In endless variety. Buipenders from 25 cts. to 75. Ties fur I " and 75 cunts, and a splen did cotton hose for 12 cents. 1 Nearly opposite Campbell's corner, Main Street. May l(i,.ly. "SHEBMANHOUSE," JUST OPENED BY THos, Eradley POSITIVELY the most complete Hotel in our town, Everything combined to fur nish tho best accommodation ever yet ottered 10 1110 public, Meals furnished at all hours, table provid ed wilh the best of tho season. Also, a fine 1V0 (tciim saloon fitted tip and nt'achcd to tho house, and a iuu unrivalled lor (lie variety and quality of its contents Choice wines and brandies, good whiskey, ale, fine cigars, etc., forma few among tho prominent Items. Travollcrs and those desirous of refreshment will do well to call, "Tom" still retains his old reputation nf an accommodating gentleman, and hospitable landlord. House,' the nnt for merly occupied bv the "Messenger" OUlce. Muy!).'iiii..y, : STRAYED OR STOLEN. A brown mare throe years old. medium aim. t. without any particular mark other than ino.e 01 mime ana saddle, on MAY 2n , Inst., belonging to the uudorslgned, of Wayne tp., tills county, A liborai reward offered to any person re turning tho mare or giving any information of ucr wuereauouts. BAMU jrELTUJa. May 16, 4k w., APPLICANTS FOR TAVERN LICENSE. ' JUNE TERM, I860. Enoch Ileunnn, Jolleytowr, Greene Co., Pa. tinehart B. Church, Rogersvlllo, ", " T'log. J. Odcnbaugh, Juckson tpM " ' " Geo, Cnnol), Davlslown, ::U v -: " Suaan Poult, Jacktown. , , , " " Ji'sw Mitchell, Widow Thomas', " " Marian Sutton, Wright House, - '" ; " May S3, im.-to J. F. TEMPLE, Cl'k, THE GiTIIERING STORM A. HEDGE & m Hare Just received a Naw Stock ' or1 BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS COLLARS, NECK TIES, GLOVES, H08I-' ERY, TRIMMINGS OF ALL DE SCRIPTIONS. . Wo have Just received a large asortoint tl the luteal kind of ready made v . " ' BOOTS AND SHOES which we can warrant to wear, and de eooof . service. Also a few Low Priced Roots and Shoes which wo will not warrant bought expressly to' compute with our neighbors. Don't fail to call If you want' to see good articles In our lino of trade. It will cni nn, ing to look at them. Remember tho plane, "Allison's Building, opposite the Court H .use," waynesuurg, May 2, II. NEW GOODS! PETER BROWN HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM THE Eastern cities .mul i iu niwnin . large stock of Spring Goods. For duality and cheapness ho dnflns tition. He is determined to gell upon as fa vorable terms an can lie ilium liv nnu i,tl,n house in Western Pennsylvania. in pan no oners tho iollowing s FOREIGN AND 'AMERICAN GOODS, PLAIN AND FIGURED SILKS, Organdies, Lawns, . ,. Beragrj, Alpaccas, - Mohairs, ; t -Detains, . ... Challies, . . ' Mozaiiililipies, Poil do Qievrcs, , ' Prints, &c., Ac., Ac Shawls, i- - Silk and Cloth Circulars,' ' Cloaking Cloths, Embroideries, llsndkerchicfs, Fine Muslims Summer Balmorals, " and Hoop Skirts. . ' :r, rt .t .. AN KXCiaLENT ASSORTMENT .0-5 HOSIERY lll CLOVES, CLOTHS, ( CASSIMERES VESTINGS, TWEEDS and JEANS, COTTON AND LINEN ' .. . .i.M . '. .".. v GOODSI ' FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEIR, Selected wilh great care, and will bo sold at a small advance on the lowest manufacturers S rices. They have the best stock of goods foi len and Boys' wear ever brought to Waynes burg. Call and examine for yourselves. They Invito particular attention to their 1 largo stock of Domestic Cotton Goods; Brown and Bleached Musli t OF THE BEST QUALITIES. Ginghams, Tickings, ' Sheetings, ' i;l-' Cotton Yarns. WE II AVE THE MOST. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. IN THIS SECTION OF, THE STATE. We aro prepared to sell any kind of goods, at. To Cash Buyers: Oumoro faroraWe terms than they can 4b A obtained anywhere else in this rtiglon. ' ssrREMEMBER THE PLACE. J3SIAH PORTER'S "OLD STANDS. 1 PETER BROWXiJ. Waynesburg, ap2, '86.-tf. .' ' " 1 FIRST MTIOXIL BANK, OF - -... -'r D. Bom, Pres't, J. C. Fiisaiais, Casbisr.. , DISCOUNT DAY TUESDAYS, i'm Kay U, W.-ly. "