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" W A Y NES U U It 0 r '"
, WEDNESDAY, SEPrEMnER 10, 18(10.
Thcra; will be Township meetings
kM nt tiio following nnnied places "on
tlio cluya appoinlcd. :
. Maim.u'u On, VVkuh, Wednesday Sep.
Mr. Mourns. Thursday, Sept. 27 'CO.
.Jackson yiu.K, Monday Sept. 29, '(id.
Joi.i.kvtown, Monday, Oct 1st '0(5
Wnim Mu.13, Tuesday Oct. 2il,
..'CO.. , , . ;.
Hjll. Gl'.OhOE V". L.VWI1HNUK, Ollpt.
Bknt,' Poni.kv, and others w ill address
Xho" pcoplo. Lot n full attendance deuu
Vmslrato tlio earnestness you feel in tlio
Our.onuuneuts aro well provided with
Ifund to further their bucccss in Octo
ber and lliey will iibu them most lavish
Vy upon tli"se styled weak-kiieedltcpuli.
Uotins. Wo aro led to the belief, how-
over, that but few amoiitc Unit class are
' no far lost to all Ken.se of honor as to sell
themselves for "old. A rcsjotisihlu cit
ikoii tells as that one of them recently
gave a supposed pliable' I!epuhli'Can mi
X to upend for Clyiner. lie did il mid
:had a "general ;o)d I hue" while it lasied.
In a few days utter ho was us slroii for
,'Geaiy as ever, The kind donor of the
rX bearing it, wanted his note tor the
money, saying he loaned it to him with
the uuderslumliiigthut '-lie was lo spend
It for Clymorl" Tlio man replied "that
it was do, and lio would like to borrow
'gome inofo with the tamo security, and
thii the same purpose " 01 course he
didn't get it. Would I lint all their spare
chanxo iiiiMit fall into such hands !
Tins is tlio first week of Court and
th ure is tlio usual number in attendaneo.
' Pkhsoxai.. Jso. Piiixan .lr, Ensign
U. S. N., is vinitiiit? homo and friends.
"Johnny" is in perfect health and looks
well. May ho become a second Farra-
gt. ,.. '
PITTSBURG conference of the m.
Xiaroi'Ari'ois'r.MKNTs pok 18GG. Pros
rillsburir first Church, Alex ClaikAM
" 8eoond " Jas Robinson
Allegheny fust V Lucas
" "necou'd " S V Oowthor
Cincinnati Gilt urect Oavid .lones
SViriniiiglmiii station II II Sutton
Sharpslmi"; ". Ik-rrcy Eiltniston
ow Brighton " T II Colli mer
Elizabeth " , J I Lucas
Ohio Circuit 1C M.itheis
Manchester " .I'olni Cowl
Washington it Amity J U Hei r A Al
Coiinolsvillo Henry Lueas
Cherry Tree " Alex I'm ten
Susquehanna W.T Wilson
Clearfield " unsiippliod
Clarion " D Colt'lough app'l
Trumbull ' C P Jordan
Monongalula ' J II Hull
Kogersvillo ' J U Tu;:gai t
Hrown.sviHe " C K Siillwairon
Uiiiontown Mission (ico Chappel
Yonghioglieny J W liuilfdjjn
Trough Creek " A IJulton
Well.slmrg " 15 A ISnndk-y
Youugtown " Henry Palmer
Jolintown ' I) I K Kino
Siahlslowti " J M Mason
Waynesbnrg " Win Wnhnoe
P.ak.r.itowti ' " J J Wood
Uellevuo " To bo supplied
SlTKIUKNCaTI'I) G Ibnwil 1) I). J W
Itutledgo, John Scoit 1) I) Ed Western
Methodist Pioteslant, Win Collier I) 1)
Win Reeves D I), M 1' Stilwell, G J J
Mi'Elroy Trot of Math in Adrian Mich.
T II SoekMM. I) D. Win l'hipps, James
Clary, md Michael Lee, lull without ap
pointments at their own rerpio-U
The last Coufcreneo year, has heen
oao of unusual prosperity, a number of
Ticw societies woro organized and limu
dredd of precious snnls were converted
to God and added to tho Church.
The next annual Conference, will bo
hold in Uniontown, Fayette Co I'einia,
on the first Wednesday in Sept A U
CiiioKumso I'uNos. "To praisu the
Chickering I'iauos wo confess is very
much like 'gilding refined gold or pain
ting tho lily s" yet. stupidiiy regarding tho
choice of an instrument is so common,
that soino may forgive in us a word of
eulogy notwithstanding. Our readers
remember tho old woman in North
Carolina who kept a piece of gold bear
lug rock in tlio kie.hen for years, to hold
tho door open, and at last only rcluc
tunlly sold for it 'quarter' to a Yankee,
who got sixty good yellow gold dollars
'out of it. People who have Chickering
pianos within their reach, and yet buy
others, remind us of this old. woman,
Ask us not what these pianos have Hint
is so superior, but rather what they h'avo
not. Thevo is not a singleqnality which
one desires ii. a good parlor instrument
which is not found in the Chickering
piano, The qualities aro not isolated,
ns you find thorn elsewhere for instance,
ono piano with a tremendous bass, an
other with a brilliant treble, like a u'li'l
with a beautiful nnso and a horrid mouth,
or with fine eyes but bad tooth but they
nil combine In the joviug embrace ot
perfoelion.like the charms of that nymph
whoso eyes do nut quarrel with her
teeth nor her nose Willi her month, but
nil of, whose features agreu in tho emu
lative desire to enchant. Who could ro
aist such a powerful battery of witcher
ies! Tho Cliickoring manufactory has
not been of mushroom growth. The
principles upon which pianos aro there
ttiado liavo been in prooess of experiment
for upward of forty two ye.trs, ' and so
extensive are their resources that they
aro capable of allowing tho wood of
which the sounding-boards aro made to
. season in tho steam - room lor twenty yarn
before usinjr it. An the sound-board is
tho tonn oradle of a piano, the public
can thus form some little idea of why
thoso pianos ho completely distance all
others in tho ineffable sweetness and
'unalloyed music of their discourse,' apd
in the ability to stand nil climates and
' Haiiiiy," inn of J. J. and M. C.
Summeroill, of Hooping Cough, Aug
3 1st, 1800, ngud 0 mouths and 15 days,
YU CAN HAVE MONEY
BUYING YOUR HOOTS .AND SHOES
. ' - . , AT - .
H A L 8 T E D ' 8 I !
WAYNEsiiuna shoe store,
kext farmers' and drovers'
NEW YOHK MONEY MARKET.
Sept. 17. Oolil closeil quietly utl ll.
collltlX'THK WUIiKLY 11V J. UUIIIIlll.
liutter, fresh roll
Coll per lb to
Corn per Imslusl
Torn meal per liushel
Country .Snap per lt
Cnnilles, moiilil per II
('imillcs, dipped ' "
Cheese per II)
Drieil Peaches per II)
Ius pi r. dozen
'Flour per lilil 13 HO
Flax seed per bushel I 80
Feathers per II) 50
Hard per II) 15
H. W. Flour per lb 07
Molasses 75 to I 0i
Oals per bushel Unto 115
Hyo per bushel
If lee per lb '.
Suar, crushed per lb ...
Su;,'iir. rellned " '
Siiyar, JS'cw Orleans, (1 His ...
1". It. Sujjar, 8 111?
Malt. No. l' per hlil
Snl'l Sunn per L' llloil
Tar per gallon
Tea per lb ,
Turpentine per gallon
Tallow per II)
4 to 5 (II)
Wheat ner bushel
While Lead per keg
White Lime per biisiiul
Wo- 1 common lo Hue
l'ula'tucs per bushel 1 (Ida I 25
riTTSIIIIKIJ BRXKRU MUtKUT
I'lTTsmiuiiu, September 17. ISIH!.
CU.VIN Wleat at 2 25 i,-M0
. Com nt . tJOfn.s.in.
Kyo at line.
FLOUU Spring Wheat at ij 11 , 7.V? 1 2, 25.
Winter " at 12,75m I V'
live at !n.5H(.f-;il, 75.
HAY Haled at 92 1. no V ton.
Loose nt v.s... Sl.l)()(.(25.!)li.
EGOS Sales at 22ets.
ClIEESE-W-es1crii Uescrvo nt li;(.l7.
nambiirg nt 17i l
New York Oo.-lienai 2lrr22.
llUTTEIt-lMine Uoll ut 3uM:i2.
liAl.TIMOIIK CATTI.K JIaHUKT. DaITIMOIIK,
Sept. 17. Ileef (.'utile. The )irciti);s dur
ing tho past week were KKlWlicail ngaiiWt ii:i2
head prewons week. I'liees lodav ran'.'i'd irs
1'olloWs: Coinmnn Cattle at $5(;oli,rU, gonil
!5"i,7."( "."(); piiuin !jr,7.V,,.25, and for tlte
veiy liest ijs,.-,ii,?s.7." per loo lbs.
Bheep .Sales were 111,1 'e at " rfiflc per lb
gross for air to prime
Hogs siles al rjil (,I5 per !H0 lbs net.
Sr. L i:is Muikkt Sr. Lnns, Sept.
17. Flour steady and unchanged,
Wheal buoyant, til .:J,!irn'2.-!J (or piiine
fall and Jj-MoaiVtO for choice. Corn in
ea.ier. al (i )ali!),f.n' mixed and yellow,
and "laT.'l lor while. Oals t-liff at :)!)a
n2. 1'ork is unehuiii;e I. J5 icon droop
ing, at 17 for shoulders. 2 j lor clear
siijis tiud i' for Hiigar cured hams.
Whisky heavy al !?2,'2.
Nuw Yoi.-k Pi.oitfon Maiiiv i:r. Ni w
YoUK, September IT. Flour lets aelive
and H'cci.je. lower SI .0(i(filO,l)!. lor
oxtra Slate. g!),.HWI I.OUfor extra reurd
hooped Ohio, and $1 1,201 3,2.'i b r
trade brands, market closing dull
Wheat d' ll and 2a3j lower, :?I,I2. .1
!,.") fi lor n.lerior Cbicrgo Sprin(. fi.0J
form'xd Mi waul. errand !3,mia'' I'S
for 0 tv while Ve,lern. Con: r ceipl
lKi'','iGSb 6 e's w'tiiont cb cided i.li.ui.'i!,
tuih a 'fair inquiry chiefly iroui ci.
ulators lor wcsiern account
The undersigned, Coiinly Hiiperinlen
dant of Greene County will examine
Teachers at tho following times and
For Cumberland tp. and Carmiehaels
boro, nt. Carmichaels, Saturday Sept lo.
For Greene lp. at Garrards Fort, Mon
day Sept 17.
For Mouongalvula tp. nt Maplctown,
Tuesday Sept' 18.
For bunkaid lp nt Davistown, Wed
nesd iy. Sept. 10.
For Perry tp, find Mt. Morris at Mt.
Morris, Tuesday Sept. 20.
For Whiicly tp nt Newtown, Friday
For Franklin and Marion tps. Monday
For Wayne tp. nt Spragg's school
house, Tuesday Sept. 2.)
For Gilmoro tp at Jolleytown, rul
nesday, Sept 20.
Spriiiglull tp. ut Frceport, Thurbdnv
For Alleppotp. at Elbins school house
Friday Sep'.. 28
For Jackson tp. nt Milliken's school
house, Saturday Sept. 2'J.
For Cetilro lp. at ltogur.svillle, Mon
day Oct I.
For Uichhill tp. at Jacksonville, Tues
day, Oi!t. 2.
For Morris tp. ut Nineveh, Wedcsduv
For Washington tp. at lloss' school
house, Thursday Oct. 4.
For Morgan tp. at Cjntro school
house, Kiidny Oct. 5.
For Jefferson tp and.) effcrson borough
at .lell'erson, Saturday Oe.c. (!.
The examimition will commence at
lOo'c'ock A. Al. Applicants must be
present, at that time and should come
provided with Osgood s Fifth Header,
Sioddards Intellectual Arithmetic paper
pencil, pen and ink and leu cents in mon
oy the equivalent of postage and rev
enue stamps. Teachers must avail them
selves of this opportunity of obtaining
my Directors and ciliceiis aro invited
to be present. Persons writing to mo
certificates, as private ex.uuin ttions will
not bo granted, nor old certificates en
dorsed, except upon undoubted proof of
satisfactory reasons of non-altendanee nt
the public examinations. The examina
tions in the Theory of Teaching will bo
bused on Wkker&tram'a School Eoono-
011 Official business and wishing a reply
should enclose n postage stamp. ,4
, Hii'KB Lamhno, . j T. J. Tk.w..
' Aug. 22 'CO. " 1 1 Co, Sup't,
PURE DIM, MEDICIIS,
OILS. PAINTS AND DYE-STUFFS, t
Per fum o iry,
TOII.KT AllTICI.lii AND FANCY lOAl'S,
A LARGE STOCK ON IIAND--A
NEW SUPPLY EYEUY WEEK I
will . sisll c mi: V
OUR (IOOIW HAVE RE EN IIOL'H.'IT
lor cusli, selected with care, and will lie
warranted its represented, ami sold at tho
very lowest cash prices !
ALL THE POPULAR PATKNT
MEDICINES SOLI), AND MOST
OF Til EM AT OLD PRICES.
V!NS, OA:JD!ES, GIN
ALL AT SHORT PROFITS.
Cull unit sen mil stoeV heforn nnrelulyinif
elsewiiere. Thankful lor tlio very extensive
patfonago.iilrciidy bestowed, we hope lo merit
a continuance of' the sumo
BURNETT'S C'oe.oalne, Creole Hair Oloss.
Niu'lil-lllooiidm,' Cereus at Ult.VDEN'S.
1 illADEN slill sells tWe FoiitSs's Uattle I'ow
J) deis lor line dollaf.
I.UVK boxes M'l-ane'R I'ill foV onu dollar,
1 at llltADEN'S Cheap Diii Store.
1 ,1 AKMEltS liavhi'' lame sheen, cnnlrt and
L get medii-ine to cure them at IillADEN'S
Dny Store, Wayneslmri;.
FOilTUNES FOR TIIK MILLION!
WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. NO IIU.M
litig! Anyone can engage in its niaini
fae.lure. Will sell everywhere use I in every
family. Very liltle capital required.- Send
two stamps t'.r full parJculars.
E. 0. BY Ell,
Lock llox !li), Alleyheiey City, Pa.
September ", 'liil, HI
rnilK CONFSSIONS AND KXPERIENCE
X ' AN INVAI.II.
nblWiedf(a''liebiaielltaailas a CAUTION
TO YOUNU JIEN and olheis, who seller
from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of
Manhood. iVe., supplying at I he same time
Tin: Mhass or Ski.f C1110;. liy one who has
cured himself after iindi'inin cipusi leVable
quackery. Iiy enclosing a postpaid aiVlressed
envelope, simile copies, IVeexrt' charge, may
be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIlt, Ksq.,
MayL':rii(!.-ly HrooUIyn, Kings Co., N. V.
rpiIOMAS FEKIIEL respeell'nliy announees
I Unit he has purihased l!io shop of (Miailes
llickey, ami soliei's a call from lie -so who may
desire his services as llarlcrand Hair-Dresser.
He occupies room No. 5, Campbell's llow,
wh M e he is prepared lo perform I lair-Cutting
acemdlirj; to the latest mode, and do Shaving
With real magnum bonum razors.
Come hilh r, come hiihor, by niglP or by day.
For Ih'i gay and the witty he shaves aie'
en' s lniir,
And as quickly as cue, drcraed and linVdied,
Another la sure to drop down in llio chair;
And (he chin Ihat Is smoothed, mid Hie hair
Unit is dressed,
!5o poliihed and graceful and neatly appear
Thai if T.istn has a mansion on earth, 'lis cou
It is here It is here !
Here Fancy de.-lgns, and as gav the design
As the gayest which Fashion e'er taught to
And graceful the wave of the locks as they
Where Fend'-i hand has their beautv array -r:d
Then lei old and young, all the lovers oi Taste,
For if Taste has 11 mansion on earth, hither
It is here it is hero !
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Will allend to all claims for back pay, boun
ly and pensions of soldiers and their representa
tives The Pensions of the following class aru
Increased l.roni t?S to i5 and ff'-'.'i pel month,
and w dows lor children under Hlxteun years
2 per month each, via :
1st. Tlioe who have lost the sight of both
eyes, tin: ineol'liolh hands, orolhcrwluc total
ly disabled ami incapacitated Irom performing
-ad All widows having children under six
teen years of age ire entitled to ttej per mouth
additional for eacli child.
.'Id. (hiardians representing tho wW Ml
ilvn of soldii a'sare entilled to the same ineieaso
as 11' Hie mot!u.r was living. aHg.l,'ilii it
iyiivhm'x Retail Wroccvy
Vf H. Jl'CLEI.LAND'S PRICES, Sl)B
i . jeet lo change ot Market.
Extra llio Codec, it lbs. $1 no
Rest Imperial Tea, per lb., 2 1(1
llesl Young Hyson, per Hi., 2 10
iiest Oolong Tea per lb., 1 r,o
Drown Sugar, 12 J, 1 1, -,t if), nrwIH
Pure While Sugar i, ;
N. O, Molasses per gal. , 1 no
Candles per lb , ' jjo
Extra Syrup, Lowerings, per gal., 1 no
Sugar Cured and Family Hams per ll. !7M2!l
SugarCured Dried Heel per lb. ill)
Heat V. R. Cheese, per Hi, 2(1
Can lies, plain and fancy, .llOyiii)
Oranges, per dozen, 75
Nice Carbon Lamps, no cts. to I AO
Pure White Carbon Oil per gal., no
l!:d-"nt, per lb., 40
Figs, peril)., 4,,
Prunes, per lb ,
Stoneware, pen gal., o
Tomato .Tugs Si Fruit Jars, per dux. ii (j.-.toS no
il pt Fruit Cans, Sell'seaiurs per do,. 1 fil)
Extra Wired Brooms, homemade, ouch, in
Pat. Duckets, 85
Nails, per lb. . ton,
2i)i) bills. Salt, by bid. each, 11 7,-,
Old Virginia Tobacco, 7 years old, 1 3u
llest TINWARE of every description war
ranted at low prices.
Also, every fhing kept In a first class Groce
ry, from a needle to a pilch fork, at low
All goods sold cheaper when takisa In largo
Full sallsfactloit guaranteed.
Flaxseed and all kinds ef Produco taken
at highest prices.
Call al, Cosgray's Building, a few doors bo
low F, ib I). National Hunk. aug2U-tf.
' WHISKERS I WniSKEHSII
, Dr. L. O. 1ontk' (JorroXm, tho K uatuat
stimulator In the weikl, will force whiskers ut
imiHiaches lo grow on tho smoothest fuee or
chin t nevt-r known to tail 1 sample for trlnl
sent free to my one desirous ot testing Its
uierlis, Aiiuross, liir-VJ-a cb uu., 78 Nas
sau St. JNi. jyi.'fHm.
8 B. JI'Ei-noY. Jas. Diokmm. J; T. Biiasb.
'' X 4k. .... '.',".. V.... J. .'.'-
AT WIIOl.HSAI.E I
SEP T.E M B E t 1 8 0 0 '.
31 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA,,
Present their FALL STOCK, now eomnhi'e.
and invtle tin) ultunlion of dealers lo their
carelully selected assoitment of
OFFERED AT POPULAR PHICE3
Tl. r,.,,,,,,,,,' I1,i,.i, ,ll,.ni In v.,l,w. (.. II .1.,.
crlptions f .Merchandise, renders it a matter of
especial propriety that pinel'iises should be
freiiuent and therefore the nearest mailed be
comes the one best adapted to supplying ruiiiil
(hai'ers with (;oods tliey sell. Purchasers IVoin
western rennsyivauia, eastern Oiiio and
Western Virginia are invited to visit I'itts
bunh mid Inspect lids STO01C OF UOODS
which will he kept full durini; the teason.
ri.i.,,11.. . . . . 1 1 t . .
iii.is.ui5, nei t.isn, uuu puces reasonable.
S & CO.,
Hi I 1 1
.o. 3-1 Wood Sir 1,
September ft, 'UiWIm'
CHICKERING AND SON'S PIANOS.
Trtn JEr-rAiiusiiMnNT or- run Finn. This
celebrated .M inut'aetory of Pianos was founded
in Boston, In IK1.1, by Hie late Jonas Chick
ering, whose mechanical skill practical in
genuity and untiring Industry soon p deed him
as the lorciiinst Pi mo maker in thi-, country,
ami his iiisliiuneuls lar beyond those of lii.s
competitors. His name Is Inseptrarably con
nected witli the history U' the progress ofthe
Piano on account o the many valuable im
provements lie introduce!, tint perfection of
his manufacture and the vast qiiaulity i t his
'1 111; Phksunt Fum consists of tlio Sonsof
Tunas Chickering who assumed the man.ige
inentof business on I Js decease in ISfin. Titey
ate all praclical piano inakers,each one liaving
served nilliewoik bench and learned every
part of the niauuf icture of Pianos. Their
skill, enterprise and ambilion has cnabl 'd
thi ol not only to suslaia Hie umiv icled ivpu-1
t i th 111 they inherited but to greatly increare it.
Nocll'irls Inivo been lefi uuiried by Cliickeiing
it Sons lo fiirilur perfect lltcir "in.-li'iuncnis,
experiments and clumges have been made
without number, unlit they have now aH. lined (
their present surpassing excellence. '
Tin' Lath lui'iioviiMK ts maim by Cldcker
Ing it Sons, wi. bin the Inst two years, have
been of the most marked ell irnCter, by whieli
a grea; volume and lanily ol lone isoMaincd,
comliini'd wilh a sweet singing quality livalling
the human voice, Hy recent improvements
in the '.iction' tlie touch is rendered more
clastic nnd prompt, so (Iml rapid, dilllciilt mu
sic can tie p aformcj Willi the groat 041 l.ieillty
Tin: Facii.itius I'on MASi i-ArTi invo pos
sessed hy Chickering A .81 His, aru unequalled.
Tlieir Faclory is l.tiRer than any Piano Factory
in America by nearly one third, and nunc
than double ns largo us any in Europe. Ills
provided Willi every kind (if labor saving
machinery (much of which is peculiar In Ihe
Factory, biiug the Invention of llic Messrs.
Ciiickering themselves) by which the work js
done, better and with more uniformity than by
hand. The great cS'.ctlt of tlio drying rooms
enable them to always have on hand u large
supply of properly seasoned wood, which is
absolutely necessary for tlio production of 11
durable Instrument By tlies" means a ntuAu
11 .. !..... .!.... , 1 ..... 11. 1.. 1 : 11:
I wt'itntrt'. lsiuiiuncu in mi! inicKci!ii! 1 miios.
1 iik minors ok akw i iamis aru so great
and apparent that they have gained the ap
proval of Hie best iirtist ot llio country and
caused them to be soii'ht after more than ever
by thu public.
Tho Chickering Pianos are Undtn'ab'y tho
MQST PKUFKCl VIAXOS .l.l OK.
V.vOry Instrument warranted for Five Years.
Tho subscriber are the nuthorifled exclusive
agents for Ciiickering it Sons, for Pittsburgh,
Western Pennsylvania, Haslcrn Ohio, anil
West Virginia, and by special arrangement
are enabled tosell (heir Pianos atoxactly the
!:uV e Price ns al llic Faclovy
at Boston, thus saving purchasers tho erst of
transportation 11ml risk.
A (dioieu assortment always to he foiu.d at
Illustrated circulars sent, to nny Address.
CHARLES C. MELLOK, & C O.,
SI Wood Street,
Between ilh Street ic Diamond Altcv,
l'lrrsm 110 11, Pa.
a it k u x r. h o u s &
JeaTcnon, Crccno County, I'ciin'a.
MflS. Jl. J. BUMGAK.VFJI, rrojr!ftrt.
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP THIS
well known establishment, -.Mrs. Bcm
oAtiNini Is prepared to fundi h tin: licit, to the
travelling public. The TABLE always sup
plied with the choicest delicacies, th.) BAR
witli tho finest Wines anil Liquors, good sleep
ing apartments, and an abimdanco of stable
room attached to llio premises. Public
patronage solicited . May 2:1. WI -I v.
W. I.. HAMILTON. v J"'
ii i.iniB o.v & jinim
MANUFACTURE!!!? OF STONEWARE
' full vsiietlesand patterns. Tlieabove
firm have recently established a liiiitinl'aetory
of the kind named In
GltEENSBOIlO, (HtKENK CO , PA.,
and are prepnrod to turn out everything In
llielr Hue, sucll 11s Churns, Pitchers, Jars for
preserving fruit &o &c. A supply kept con
stantly on hand. The publie ami country
inercliants particularly, aru earnestly request
ed to call and examine their stock before
purchasing clscwhoro. '
Orders fiom a Uistauco will roclevo prompt
MP.r LOOK THIS!!
H0iiS STEALING IS !'PLAYED OUTi'j 1
rpiIB OJIEAT EASI'EUN DETECITVE
1 Horse and live Stock Insurjneet.'uinpany,
Ch irtered by tho Statq ef Peiinsylviiula.
CAPITAL . - ... ty 1 00,000.
Horses, ."Mules and Cuttle against losses rcMill
ingfrom Thefl and Dealh. liy lire, accident or
natural causj. Principal oillcu, 108 toiM
41h Street, Philadelphia.
President, Col. CHA1ILES FRALEY, .
, Pollsvihc, Peim'a.
ico-Fresedcnt, D. L Esnau.v, do do
See'y. Da. II. B xkkk, Pbil'a.'
Oi'iieral Aneut, P. Haifa, do
SCeUt rente liy rcnuissio i.
To lion. Simon Cameron, Harrisburg Ponn'ii.
Byrd Pallon, Esq., Pollsvilkt, Pa.
Oen. Jos. Stiteliler, Hardware Merchant,
lienj iiuin Hili'Wood, Ksq., Rolling Mills,
Dr. John (ilouingcr, President Lelunon
Bank, P,i. , ....
L. Whitney Baker. IVttsvilk Pa., 'and
others, Sec circular. Reasons why you should
iiisuru in ibis-Company i Our rates are lower
in proportion to any liiher reliable Insurance
Company. While they only insure against
I'iriiwo insure ag iiast all risks, Theli.and
Dei.th by lire, accident or disease. For fur
ther Information wn refer vou to our local
agent, N. II. MeCLEf.LAND, Waynesburg,
(Vgent tor ( Ireeini count v. Diig'-'ll tl.
M&.Jr T 0 Y O U N 0 M V. N .
I'ulilUhed, mil Sratnl Jiure'iiie. I'rins alt
A Lcctiikb ON thu Nati.kh. Tiscathrxt ami
Radical Curo of S'lcniintonhm.i. or Seminal
weakness Involuntary Emissions, Sexual De
bility, nnd Impediments to marriage generally.
Nervousness. Consumi lion. Euilcnsviiml Fits:
Minlal and Physical Ineapacitv. resiilliug from
Self-Abuse, ccc By ItOIJEIiT J. CULVER
WELL, M. I)., Author uf the "tlrccii Book'
Tho world-rciioivned author. In this fulmi
nible Lecture, clearly iiroves from his own
experience that Ihe awful consequences of self
ibtiso may .be ett'ecliially removed without
medicine, nnd without dangerous surgical ope
rations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cor
dials, pointing out a mode of cure utonce cer
taiinind efl'eelU'd, by which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition maybe, may euro,
himself cheaply, piivatcly, and radically.
This lecture will piovo a boon to thousands
Sent under seal, to nny address, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt of bix cents,
or two postage stamps, bv addressing
('HAS J. C.'KI.IXE it CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Ollieo No. .,-,sii,
JUST OPENED BY
POSITIVELY the most complete Hotel in
L onrtowa, ' Everylbin combined to fur
nish the best accommodation ever yet offered
lo the public,
Me, lis furnished at all hours, table provid
o'J wilh the best of the .season. Also, aline
iVp fwiiin mlmrn lilted up and al'aelied to the
house, and a nut unrivalled for Ihe variety
and quality of its contents Choice wines and
brandies, irood whiskey, ale, Unit cigars, iVe.,
form a few among thu prominent items.
Travellers and those, desirous of ictVeslnncnt
will do well to call, "Tom" still retains his old
reputation of an aecomiiio luting gentleman,
and hospitable landlord. House, the one fop.
nierly ocoiiied bv llio "Messenger" Ollice.
JUy !i, 'mi.-1 y.
'pHEUNDEliSIONEDhave iuwociiti.il them.
1 selv es together in thu name. and style of
HUGHE AND LUO. iS,
it the old stand of Ilimiir.s. BataiiiiiS; Co.. in
Bices Landing, Pa., for the purposu of carrying
on the (iroceiy, .Forwarding and Commission
business in all its various branches, They hope,
bv the lime" exnerienee nl'onii fil llio t'.i.tii..iu
iiiul strict atteiilion lo business, lo receive a
lltieral snare ol ihe public patronage in their
line of business. They will
KEEP CONSTAN I'LY ON HANI)
.i good supply of flroeories, such n Sugar'
Coll'ee, Rice, Jlolasses, Nails and Iron, Oils
and Paints, and all articles usually kept in a
Grocery Store, all of which they will sell ut a
?ciy small advance over cost and carriage,
L1NDSEY HUl HIES, '
' THOMAS LUCAS.
May 3, '.-. tf
p u b lTc s ale"
rpiIE UNDERS1HNED ADMINISI'RA
1 tors of I he late LOT LEONARD, ikcM.,
will oiler at. publie sale on the premises, on
SATURDAY, loth day ol Sept., ISUil, tlie fol
lowing di scilied Farm, late Ihe properly of
said deceased: to wit : A tract of land situalc
in Jefferson township, Orcein! county, Pu.;
adjoining lands of H. (J. Houls.i orlli, Jacob
Rush, Esq., and others, coat. doing 'I' WO
HUNDRED AND I'lHRTEEN ACRES,
nun e or less, about one hundred and sixty
ol wnniii are cieaieu, ami on wmcii are creel
ed n Two Story Frame Dwelling House, a good
Frame Tenant lliaisu one and a half stories
hiu'li, Frame liarn thirl y fed bv forty, and
other necessary out buildings This is among
Ihe most desiiablo Farius iii Ihe c mity, and
is well woilh the a'tentiou of purchasers.
There aro several banks of excellent coal
opened on the premises. Then) is also a line
orchard of apples; some peaches and otaer
Iruit trees on Hut farm. The Farm is situated
convenient to schools nnd churches i.nd with
in ono mflonl'tho trunpike A good erlst mid
saw mill ndloliis the properly. TERMS made
known on davnfsalc.
JOHN S. BAYARD,
D O. SPKRRY, PaoniicToii,
WAYNESBURO, GREENE CO., PA.
f J1IIE subscriber respectfully announces to
L the public that he lias taken charge of the
Hamilton House, which he is determined to
conduct as a Hist class hotel. Long experi
ence in liolel-k 'I'ping ins qualillcd lilm for
tl o business, and ho feels perfectly confident
that he can satisfactorily entertain all who
may lavor him wiili a cull, Tho Iiousj is
large and well- furnish jd. It has undergone a
I borough renovation and been relltto I in such
style as renders it quite pleasant. The rooms
have been re-papered and newly painled ; Ihe
tabln Is abundantly '.applied with the best edi
Hits tint countiy alio: ds, and pains aru taVjn
to render guests comfortable. Rates as low
its those el oilier hotels. I). 0. Srnuitv, '
There is connected with tint Hamilton House
a Livery Stable, witli good horses, carriages
and buggies for the acconiod.cion of Ihe pub
lic. Horses boarded, and well attended to, at
moderate rates 1). 0. Siv.nuv & Son.
fTIIIK UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
1 celved from thu East a now stock of DRV
UOODS, which lie oilers to' run iini.it at Hat
lowest possible rates, Call and sen him.
Rooms in tlio west end of thu "Gacn
House,'! iiynesbnrg. Pa.
W. A. PORTER.
N; CLARK & SOtf
AHE NOT TAKINU GOLD FOIl
(Mi'ceiiliat'ks nnd vttn'a.
WILL TiUY'ANY ARTICLE OF CJ.OTH
lug or llcnls Furnisliing Ooods yon may find
hi their new fresh and well si leetud flock just
bought hi thu
And which, for variety nnd cheapness, tlio
lik'i has not been seen or heard of for more
than . ,
Wn will only give a few of the leading arlicles
witli prices ami ask you, one ami all, to come
and see lor yourselves, and wo will prove
more than we say. Wo have
From 10 to 25 dollars,' business coats from 4
to Hi dollars, and tor 0 dollars will sell vou n
coat wo will Insure
a i I ' Il
! '! ..
Piit.Is (mm I 7" to 10 dollars, will sell ALL
OOlj pauls and vest lor twin dollars, these
We will guarantee : vests from I no to 4 01)
do lars. A complete assortment of
E-X4t3 C&5 OC13PI3
For .Men and Boys, prico ranging from 7fi cts.
to ."i III) dollars.
Drawers. Linen, Muslin and Drilling,
Bliiits, wool, muslin and linen,
Gloves, Ties. &c.. &c,
in endless variety. Suspenders from LV, cts.
b 7."i. Ties for la ami ia cents, und a splen
did cotton hose for I2.J cents.
Nearly opposite Campbell's corner, Main
Si red. M"- '
AVERS IUTI1AUT1U PILLS
4 RE the most perfect purgative which we
t. are able to produettor wlucli welhinkhas
yet been made by anybody. Their cf-
lecls have been abiin-"
ilantly shown to tint
c.iuiniunity how much
lltey excel the ordi
nary medicines in use.
- They aro safe and
pleasant to take, br.t
powuilul to cure
Theii penet rat tug
I the vital activi ies ol tliu body, removing thu
obstructions ol its organs, purily tint blood,
expel disease. T'ley piire out Ilia Ibul he
inois which breed and grow distemper, stim
ulate sluggish, or ilisonicreii organs lulo their
natural action, ami impart a healthy tone
Willi strength to tlio whole sytlem. JNot only
do llieycuro tho evevv-day complaints of
everybody, but also formidable ami danger
ous diseases. While they produce powerful
cll'ccls, tin y aru at thu h line time, in diminish
ed doses, Ihe nal'est and best physic that can
be employed forchildren. Being sugar-coat,
cd, tliey "aru pleasant lo take ; and. being
purely vegetable, aro free from any risk o!
harm. Cures have been madu which surpass
belief, were tliey not substantiated by men
of such exalted, position and character as to
forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many einin
enl clergymen ard physicians have lent their
names to certify to the public thu reliability of
our remedies, while olneis have sent us tho
assurance of IheirconVielum that, our Prepa
rations contribute immensely to the relief of
our alHieied, sullering fellow men.
Tint Agents below named is pleased ,to
fnnii-h gralis our American Almanac, con
taining din aliens foMho use and certillealcs
of their cures, of Ihe following complaints :
Ciwtiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheuma
tism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache, arising
from Foul stomach. Nausea, Indigestion,
.Morbid Inaction of 'hu Bowels nnd Palu
arising I herefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Ap
petite, all Diseases which require all evacua
tion medicine. They ftlso, by puilfying tlio
blood and stimulating thu system, cure many
complainls which It would not be supposed
they could reach, such ns Deafness, Partial
Blindness, Neuralgia and Nervoiislrritaliilily,
Derangements of the Liver nnd Kidmtys,
Gout, and o'.hcr kindred complaints arising
Horn a low statu of the body, or obstruction
(if lift 1'imelions.
Do not bo put off by unprincipled dealers
with other preparations which they, .make
more prolil on. Demand Avt.a's and takeeo
others. The sick want tlio best aid thero U
Is for them, and they should liavo it,
Prepared by J. (J. AV ER & CO., Lowell,
Mass.. and sold by Dr. I). W. Br.ulcn, Dr.
Win. L. Ci'olgh, Jil. A. Harvey, Waynesbnrg,
Pa., line1 al'Di'iigg.i'.s throughout thu county,
j51,500 PER YEAR I Wo
want iiuents every where to Hell our i.mckovuo
;!() SuWlng Manlimes. Threo new kinds:
Under nnd upper Iced. Warranted five
years. Abovo salary or large commissions
paid. Tint only machines sold In Ihe United
Stales for less than ifHI, which aro fully Ilccnsr
eil liy llowe, vt heeler ft Wilson, urover s
Raker, Singer iVj Co., and Baclielder. All
other cheap machines are infringements anil
thu seller or Udcr ere liable to arrest, lino and
linprissonmtmt, Circulars line. Address or
call upon Hi.aw & Clark, Uluilcloiil, Mams or
13 IIEIIEBY GIVEN THAT APPLICA-
tlou will tie made at Urn next Session ol
the Pennsylvania Legislature, by tlie Odd
Fe lows Assoelalli) i, at Waynesbnrg, Orueno
county, Ph., to change tlie name of the same
to tlio ExctiANiiH Bank oi Wavnuhiuiiio;
Atari .lllllml'l.! a.lfll ll'ink 111 luKllll finch III
shares, of filly dollars each, tho wholu not to
exceed one inuiunci iiiousanu oo iars.
JOS. V. RANDOLPH,
Julyll,'Ort.-:. . . President .
A YEAR niiideby nny onu with
j. Wuo win niencu roius, iNiicxnori-
uce necessary.' .The Prot'ldents. Caslilers.
and Treiisureraorn II inks Indorse the circular.
Sent free with samples. Address tho Ameri
can Stencil Tj.I Works, bpriiiitflcld, Ver
liUiVl MU1' 1U LU
GO RIGHT IN!
tO THE STOHK tV
CEO. E. MINOR Sl Cd
'PRE above nanuil firm lifts purchased a
X complete sloidc In the East and ure selling
at reduced prices, It comprises a general o
. ,,'.. i yj
DRY GOODS, GROCEiaES, 1IARDWARU,
QUEENSWAIIE, BOOTS, SHOES..
HAT'S AND CAPS,1 CLOTHS,-1.;. .
Wo would also call tho special attention '
tlio LADIES to the largest lot ut' , ' ' '
DcLniiics ami Calicoes .
ever ofTered In this market, and at prices ns
. low as before the war, also, our lull line ot
MimONS, ' ' '
VEILS, .... ": ' ' " 1 '' " .
DKKSS GOODS, i . ,
DllEtfS TRIMMINCS'. .... .
hoop skirts. ' ;
HALMO. SKIRTS, &o.
You would do well to call Immediately,'' as
maces aie already stiU'etilng in tlie Eastern
rket, Don't forget the place,'' at tlie
In Minor's Puilding, nearly npposito tho F.
& D. N. Bank, Waynesbtug, Pu. , . '
110 W TO AVOID THE. r
DREAD DISEASE !
OOMU TO TOWS, l-'Oll .
AS JUST RETURNED FROM THE
city, and have opened llio largest
New Grocer ,.
ll., Tlw.i- ,lu' m In infoini llio cill.CIH
of Wavm.'sbnrg and vicinity of the euro tliey
liaVutaKcn in seieeiuig utcK, Having mi iiuuu
a ixood supply of
CONI'KtJTloNS, TO1JACCO, CI-
GAHS, TAR. nlso. PHOVISI
. ONS.P.ACON, DRIED BEEF .
ito , &u , , . . ,
Call and suu them lis they liavo just
You will find them accomodating, nnd can
sell lower than any one in llio place. . Be
sure to go to the right place, hi
LEDWIIH'S OLD DUILDINIj. .
opposite the Court House, and formerly oc
cupied by the Post Oilluc. '
NE HUNDRED DOLLARS PREMIUM
NIXON & BURCHINAL
SMl'l'lll'IKl.l), KAVHTrii CO, 1,J
t'AXU MIHiS AM) COOK'S EYMFOIUToii.
This is tho only successful Evaporator Cbr '
making a Ho. I Syrup with ccofaJihy and clis
patoh. , . ., , . ' . f
Over ten thousand were used last fall, very
ono of which was insured, and not ouo return
ed. ' ,
It Is the only Evaporator frco from liabilities
for Inl'iingeineut upon some previous patentM
Wu are also iieenls for the celebrated "VIC
TOR CANE MILL, "manufactured by claiik'8
sonoo uAcui.NK co. Wo'oifer One Hundred
Dollars Prcniiuni for sample of best Syrup,
(suo p'lcu list of Cane Mills and Evaporators,
sent free of charge.) to be awarded by Sorgh
um Convention, lliu time and place t exam
Ino cailliiles lo bu deterinlned by tho Convon-
lion, If. J IT J.'.x.u, iieuu.
ALSO. PROPRIETOR OF Tllfi .- .
WHERE ho keeps constantly nn hand,
STOVES of all kinds and CASTINGS
of all descriptions. Oi durs solicited uud till
upr -a em WAYNKsnuiio, i-a,
AVNHsnuuo. Pa., i
n ESPECTFULLY gives notice that ho lias
IV located in w.ivm.uiiiixo. l'a.. Where he In
tends to niamifactuib , . , '
UAIi IMAGES :
rip. .. .l..nn..t. V....... l.la nv,nrtnnrn In
wi uveiy iiuBiaifaioii, A'linii, ino .
tho business, ho feels confident that his lh
m style, timsii nun uuraniiiiy, win givo vmnf
sa'.lsfactii m. 11 is his determination to purchase
die best material In market, and employ none
but competent workmen.
rfcrAll now work warranted for ono year.
Wavnesburg, Feb. 21, ISliO 1 1
TIIK Oi l) N.U1H llt'T IN KY.W HANItS.
Li W . T II O M P SO H,
HAVING purchased tlio above named Gro
cery, has refitted and restocked it. .'. lib
has a complete stock ot Confccliouery, oranges;
Lemons, Sugar, Coll'ee, Tea, (green 'una
black), Syrup, Molasses, canned fruit cheese
rice, soda ashj wluto lime, soil soap (country
made) candles, crackers ot all kinds, cigars;
tobacco, (chewing and Smoking) , fish, lamp's,
ol1, small fancy art htlcsi iiii., to. ,,Auy one
needing llio arlicles nientioneil or anything in
llio lino not mentioned will dt) Yvclllo call.
Produce taken In trade.. Remember, the place,
the "Fanners' Grocery," formerly owned by
P, Brown. May I), 'mi. -Iv.
3300 A MONTH I-a
wanted lor six eniuely new articles, iiiSi, out.
udilresaO. T. GAIIEY, City Building, :Uldde
d, Mine. t'tn 1 7,'CU.-1 r