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tee , 'at zN:Ar York 44aed
yerdidt mitiending, hint from bisposition
Aes!stant Agent of the ,If9olt:,Coneert!.
OP ', 1 5 41 41 8 . 13 0 44M0u65*0 16;
fge'dee•WeitOf 4iLi C 6 4,
The beard-or Bishops have re=_
fized , to C.oneF,:in.-th9..petion;of the Cont.
• , ter will be. referFecl, to, the nest Genei*,
:ronferenee„. ~ •
,S~:A.RRS.A:C - I-ES.
r r On the 6th inlet. / by th e
e Bei. John Lesti
of diria*Snit $
daughte,r am E. Bboth
of Antrim twP.
• In dale place - on the 22d lust., by, Rev;
011eri Mr.. 'Ernm.ept Dicxson, of
Montego. to. Miss FLORESCE V. POOLE,
-of , Frederick county, Md.
On_the .14th near Greenvillage,
Mrs:SABA)" KELLER, aged. 37 yeare, 9
month' and •27 days. •
On the 15th inst., at his rasp ence near
Grindstone Hill, Mr. JACOB, KELLER, a
ged 63 years, .3 month. arid 2 days.
r l / I :UJLDELPHLi, June 26.
FLOUR—The flour market is - without
improvement, the demand being _ limited,
to,tke,innned,htte,„vpnts'of this ,houte „con
guiiiisovfitise furatas&i • foot lip 1,000
barrels, including superfine at 95,25@5;-
50, extras at "$5,50@6, lowa and Wiscon
sin extra family_atV 60 , '6 75 Minneso
ta do do. tit $7,12i Pennsylvania
do. do. at $6,25@6 75 -Indiana - and Ohic
do. do. ats7oT 7,50,. and fancy
$7.75@8,50, as hi quality.
GRAlN.=—Wheat Western red at $1,50
0,1.55. Corn . at 75€06e. Oats at 65(
Has now on hand a Full Line of
GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
Look at the List!
HATS for Men and Boys;
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS,, SHOES St GAITERS
For nett tivd - Boys - Wea —
Ladies Surg-Gaiters,, . ; , •
At very low prices. •
Also, Ladies Shoes, ,
, Litestand Bes Styles.
Missesndehildrend Shoesin great variety.
Our Motto is not to be undersold.
JPILET,TM; CLOCKS;O6I# PENS WAICICHAINE
Finger Bings,,Charrn, Bracelets, and
sgrea.t;variety of other things
pertaining to the Jewel
. ,• ry Business. •
FAIERI OBLIMIS &ND CUTESI,
• Neckties, . '
and Kid, Gloves, a large stock
of all kinds Fancy. Goods and. Notions
Tobacm, •SlSggnr.and Snuff.
of all kinds and vaiidies
te),..lVteches, clocks and Jewelry rcpaired
at short notice and warninted. •
Thankful for past Favors he hopes by fair
dealing to all to merit a continuance of pub
June 29, 1871
NOTICE TO THE LADIES!
MISSES STICK-EL &GORDON =noun, -
.I.TJLes to the ladies of Waynesboro' and
cinity . that they nave just opened out in the.
corner.rcioni oppoigite the Bowden House a
comi)le . Was4ortment,-", o,3lillinerY'
Their stock embraCes Hats and Frames of
every variety, Flowers, 'Ribbons 'and '
jogs of, every otlescription, including white
trimmings, Stamped,gonds, Corsets, collars,
fans, netts,jeivelryjicimiry i ttc. Ladies are
invited to,ealt and examine. late' styles and
prices. " 4 "'
&rtilibing, L ßrashetir-sohli cheap—
, ShOe'BitaJhes, WhiteWashßnishes Cot
ton WaSh Lines, Bed Cords: painted Buck
ets, School and .:31arket Baskets, Crystal
soap for washing , paints—iShas : no equal.
June 29. ' • • . REID.
BBACOR-a-Cotuitry sides for sale by
Jtine29. " NT. A' REID.
PRICE &, BOVIDIAN'S
STEAM Ititi3it An BOILER WORKS,
WAYNEIS t, FRANg.T.III COUNTY, PPIN'A.
. STATIpNART PORTAELE. STEAM. ENGINES ,
Boilers Tanks,,and Shget-I,ron Work llachNst'sr Tools; Wood Working Machinery,
Shafting, P,ulley_annd 13Iangers; - Gear tuttinay _Portable. Circular Saw-Mills, Felloe-Ben
ders, Laundry Furtmees. Also , Aiente for Stillwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, ciunbined; Cameron dr.,Co's 'Stweial Steam Pump ; Saws of all kinds; ( piston's
manifracture;) Iron Pipe and Fittings; Brass. Work ; Gum-and Leather- Belting ; Manu
facturers and Engineers' Supplies, generally furnished ,at lowest Retair.Prices. :All kinds
of Foundry Work—heavy, or light, Iron and Brass Castings—made to order, 'REPAIR
ING carefully done. further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List.
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn a, June 29,1871.
ITCD''' . 6l t 7T"
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HANDSOME DR&S 000,A,57:
, • „
Stylear,at'lti.;4loc., -20 c. an4.25e,
'fat'ya*di ?head ate the Gi'eateat'llitgains
Offered thiateascaa . ' '
w,: Chew •t.urid Best iri Tone.
- *sir ot.ifr -muszzlb:
This' mrsuN is fully toi ''ff44l l- 17 'as the
We have now
Over 50.dikerent styles and qualities
ran. in: - in price fan 50c, to 025:..
. I • C 0;,(..
; - C.N.LIAVELL•ez
, West W.cngton:Street, .
. Right hY. , th6,,C,ciirtAduee, gaieretowii;
'Stine 29,18'71', ..,
OF,the Condition of the , First National
Bank of Wayneshoro,'•' Pa., at close of
business June 10, 1871. • '
Loans and Disdotints
U. S. Bondi,to,Becure:Cir-: •
cu1nti0ri.......... . ..
U. S.:Bond's on hand •
Other Storks, Bonds,
Due from Redeeming Mid
Agents Reserve •
Due' 'froth , other 'National
• . :
Due from oilier Bank: and'
Checks and other .Ca'sh
Bills of other Natioial
. Currency and.
regal Tender Niztei
Capital Stoelr, . ~ .. .. 7.1,060.00
Surigns ' 13,000 1 :60
Intet&t, Exchange; Profit
' rind ..... ..... .. ......
tiTerilatio,n •NOtes' i t4- I .i • -'
Standing ";, ' "," , 65,700.7.0.„
Dividerids " • • 9 70.00'
Individual Depogits" " • 34,010.59
Due to Nationalliaidre... „ .
Due' ' State National
. $198,000.38 1
State .of Penniyhenfa County of Franin . •
k 1.., •
S: S: . . -
I,,JOhti,Fhilicis; Cashier of the First.
National Bank of Waynesboro', do solemn y
swear that the above statement, is true to,
the,best of my knowledg_e and belief.
• JOHN PHILIPS,"Cashier. ,
Subscribed and'sworn.before me this,lsth
day of Juno, 1871:r J. B. A:mm.lnm ? N. P..
• 0 .1 1" - 1 •
IME undersigned, having received letteis ,
JL of administration on the estate of eathe.-
rime Diffendarfer, late of Wayneaboio', de
ceased, hereby gives public notice to eagle
creditors and debtorsTof said deceased,. the
former to present their. claims, and the lat.+
ter to make poyment of their ndebtodne,ss
without necessary, delay.
. E. J. BOXBRAKE,
S.E. Corner dale Diamond,
WersEtilpito', PA., •
fAS at ' all thins a fine assortment of Pie
tures Frames and Mouldings: CaU 'and
aei)Tpeeinten pictures.. . June tf.
NV,. S. AnpEssox, Directors
; " 4: 4YIP . Vi r iarrSiditt " "
; . turer of ' • •
i10113Z:4 4 , U,R N TVRE
• • : 1 '
41 00*Ottri:.P. ,
Itak * *4l3llotrilfifiiidi:amniiig . his cuitozn.
" • lit4ntblio ; :that he has -from
It - `4llr.ou - Ok . oE Addirrtrag,
Wrtd.ttveiity, 4 per!Ont. the -
I "advantagaliti; 'hascovertther acturers
lie *4ll, sell,Eninittzt:sitla less price
thaiu yOf erPliiiiiii**tin the State.
aVisinio9l#l4oll,art/63,*(tlifOttest in use,
.he feels -mitirrii/ate4,•;rni• Ear: that he cat '
§5,47, to 8
, - Solid Walnut 8,4, to 10
Jettny.:Lind-r-3-Ah Top_ • ;
'Wal tc nut ",14;16, to 18
84t.dh. TOp -
Round, Corner- g t, 3 PaneliWalmif, 1 :
'• • • ,Cary td ••• • - 25t0 30
-le " Poot, :
'Walnut, Moulded 30; 35, to 40
Antique—New Style 25, 30, 35, 40, to 60
Fine Antique Chamber Sniia, e
• -ISO to 175
35, 38, 40,45, to 60
60, 75, to 85
Cot. Chamber Suits
Solid Walnut Suit* .
' `.. • . • •
Im. Wal. 4, draiers, with glass, -
wood top ' - 14, 15, to - 16
Ira. Nal. 4 drawers, with glass, .
Marble top 17,18, to 30
Solid Wal. 4 drawers, with glass
wood top 20, 22, . 23, to 32
" " Marble top 25, 30, 32 ; io 60-
10, 12, to 14
mining Table , aislegs, .
Bxeak fast do., four 190)
Mai. do 2Q. dia . patents,
WindiOr or Wood seats (k dozy $5, 6, 7 to,lo
Cane seats a doz.) 9, 10, 11, 12/ to 30
(Have over 600 of the above on hand.)
Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 5
Cane Seat Rocking Chairs, • . 2to 7
Willow Seat Rocking chairs, 2 to 10
Spring . Seatecl Chairs, , Pholstered
Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Rep
and Terry, , ranging in price
per half dozen from
'Rocking Chairs uphol. as above
Tete-a-Tetes,•uphol: as-above, •
(each) from 20, 22, 25, 30 to 75
fox or plain'SolaS, frOm • 18, 20 to 30
Lounges upholstered in Hai: Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da
masks 'Spring Seats reach) .
from . ' 8, 9,:10, t c ,"3o
Imitation Walnut,for---$lO,-12,-14,-16-to-3 9
'a nu, or' • 0125 to 60 -
118—Also, side Boards, Wash Stands, 11Iat
tresSes, and in fact everything iu the Furni
ture line. The limits of ,an advertisement
is entirely too narrow to give a full list of
Furniture made,atgthts establishlneut.
CALL Sr, SERIOR YOURSELVES.
Dec. 1, 1871.
BOOT .1741"/I-SHOFIVT A RING.
TIDE subsorica' - OUld inform the public
ghat he is at'all.tirries prepared to make
to dtder Gents otirse: or fine Boots, also
agrse or fine ctrockfotlAidies or Misses, in
cluding the'latu4trityle Oflusting • Gaiters.—
Itepairinkt done atiihdrVntlbice, and'measur-
Ca.taken private families if desired Shop
on East MamStreet;ip 'the doom formerly
occupied. bY.,.T.':Eldeu, as a....t10ur and
D._ _AL - STO u
GREENCASTLE, PA. 7 1
' ' •
4C6t , i74." ,
Experienced in Dentistry, will insert you
sets, of Teeth at prices to' snit the times.
Feb. 16,1871. e
THE co-partnership Which heretofore:ex
-11-land betweean Ronzer Prantz, at
Pikesville, was dissolved by mutual consent
on the lst'day of March, 'lB7l. The books
and accounts of the firm are in• my hands.
All persons padebted are requested• to call
and settle immediately.
' • PETER. ROUZER.
Apiil 13th; 3m
NoTroE. t ia hereby that the undersigned
has been appointed assignee of George
Lisinger !of. PikesTilleo Franklin en, ;Pa.,
undec,a,deeil of voluntaty, assigamcni' for
the benetltof creditors. All i c a rsons indebt
ed to the said G eorge er will make
payment, and those having* 'ma will pre
sent the same properly•autherusted for set
June 1-3 t ' : Assignee.
NEW mulkiNtant, , lPTOßEl
thiitishirittWdeliiiiieneed - thellium% bus
in9(ia.in frcint'iNsm next door tri.th'eard
ivaite3torei of $7 BAtineihatt,:iind litaikopen
ett,'.out f141:11116 - Spring and • l3ll4:rimer
Gabai-J er i k boot ig - ail :theAateslt t i
• a4l.ittvttetfko call,ity mine
Vibe suligcriber respeetraran i tunniees to
1: the eitizenkeof Wayncslibrirthath4 has
provided himsOlf With Brat-elaziamilCit cows
and will continue to 51 .. pp17 nll'ichCkvilt pat
ronize him, regulail*Aurmt,#oong and
summer. seasons; itiorg*,itnclOottnixtg,Avith
milk and cream, stlwasniable*Ctifor Ake
cash. - ENRY7CABBNITGH:
J05P.,7. 3 1-1. MOTTG-14.4 6 4-S,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, WAYNPBCFRO', PA. •
Practides . in the severs ourts, of Frankhn
"" C •
and adjacent Counties: • • r -
N. B.—Real Estate leased and sold, and
Fire Insurance effected'on reasonable terms.
December 10, 1871.
JOHN A'. MVSSONO4
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, lAVING been admited to Practice Law
t the several Courts•in Franklin'Conn
ty, all business entrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to: Post Office .address
Mercersbuirg, Pa. ,
J, B. AMBERSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,-
Office at the Waynesboro' "Corner Drug
5 to 6
9, 10, 12 to 15
CAN RE -REABD Ay THE SPORE OF
I have, just bought in the East a choice
stock of gogda. A Alas:4ply .....
COFFEEEI r . F TEttg, 2II -' •• • ;,
, ;W ar
,(Coiree, i craeltedlOaf att;d2plvenzed.),
P.R.• and N. o..Molasses , andrByrupe,lDried
-loruit;Sugar-Curint Ila 'iSmokodißeef
In the way of Pure S
tides gen drally7and• fl
the quality stands u
forget to look - at our 10 I
I amprepared , td•keep
winter and summer:
I get my goods fresh
James Masowand Co.
ent kinds. The newes
/t „ • fl
FRESH AND S
The Fish department vs
will play second tiddler
the pro .er season we g
sell them right that is t
them fast. Customers iv
100 waited on, with th,
for the summer Should b
I now have in store ancl
lot of Mackerel in--whole
quarters, at about one-ha
of bacon. There is nothin
the provision :line as.,M
note of this.
• GLASSWARE.--Look a
porter in tes sets an'
• by tlt , kizen and half
dozen'; Also a large
stock ~ common Teas
, -- • and di: es.
NOTIONS AND SUNDR • S.—Baskets,
pins, p t ket books,_ es
sences„ , low's blue,
chewin.l tobacco and
se„%ars, ~, itc.
I ask the public to call a. examine.—
Will always try to make the Ices suit cash
April 20, 1871. "if A. REID.
25 to 75
9 to 15
'INVALIDS DON'T DES
ftl i fSsi i Thousands have found reil
',A A ition -ands rill tutu tJ this
dna, af.or ochausting their
:44: and anticnco In search of b
thdduto•s cattle head. dullnass of •
hrya'h, coa-ca tongue, loss of appetlie,
_r i p,. In las stomunLenlicA_Pfli
floss of the aldo, constant fever - an4. — ffil
dlcullsh for Wiriness, pie tore or any
!neut. F:stivAtcy's yscraczo. 1f taken
... a TOWin e.n Iliremote thin \rho)
toms. The ttutds,or the body become
elear, the stomach e - reng hened, the 't e dean, ow
appetite improved, and the whole grate benefited
that cllaetbe, In bad weather, Is lees Ilab atillet you.
I' Dr. P. FAHRN F
iii ,• z;
• • . Celebrated ,
Blood Chaoseror P_ ac es,
As a 'medicine tbr children, the Ten&
way, calculated to take the, place or the
of drug d which are annually •sold for.tia
which are often - eery inprione. A. medic
Bait:led the qualities of a cathartic tiliVett
ante. and which is capable of arrentag d
the least Nett to the child, Lt orlincWett
every mother. At a eatimrtie; it le Very
deal not, flatten la proper quantities, cal
diaress to the stomach or towels. It is 1
tott taste; which is a very mpor'an
medicine for,eltildren. a a prgreatirs t t
mO.3C e detiticasnedielue ewer o ered to th
cateeveo common to childbenniaybe anti
4 Pie grad IeLP. Talinsey's_Bro
Co,t arnes ro, and ;Dr
Alt 'Korth .11ear
foe. it.,Crtidatect. PricelttSirperitot
• Ibr cite kty, 'Wholesale and -P
'4- 0 • eaten.. And by „,
F. FArthman,,J. B. Amb,ersoyt o
430,1741,:pa,,P14e5vi11e. , [Dec. 4,,
'HOW IS THIS FOR
T 01.11%; FORD in returning than:
ttP public for their patronage anno
he intends removing MS shop to
merit of. Walker's Building, (and
ing town as is the belief of many)
intends carrying on the BOOT.Ati
BUSINMS as usual. ,
All persons knowing themselvesilebted
to me will please call and settle it ac
counts immediately, for I pay cashr my
stock and , must have ray _money Don't
want to see the face of that tmwelco Nisi.
tor, the Deputy from 'FortFletchar, rowl
ing about my shop
• seeking whom may
devour, &c. . .1'
Customers will therefore find nas.
Basement refered to after the first
jau 26S '
FAMILY FLOUR, ETC.
rr TIE under Signed having refitted a
I . ded the latest. improvements
(formerly Frantz's) announ* .
public that be is now manufacturing
perior article of FAMILY FLOUR,
will be delivered to persons attnark et
He has also on hand a supply of
STUFF of all kinds, 'which he ,will _
sale or retail at the e
or deliver -
sired, at the lowest market rates. g
refitted his Mill with the most improve
chincry he feels, that he is enabled to e
general satisfaction. •
The highest market price paid fort at
delivered at the Mill.
COOPER STUFF wanted.
mar 24—tf) DAVID PATTERS
MILE eubseribeis'announees to the pa]
t hat they have opened a Ba kery and
fectionary on Main street, Waynesboro','
polite the Bowden House", where pe
at all-times earisuppliedwithfresh.Br:
Rolls, Pretzels, all kinds,-of Sweet Ca •
wholesale or retail. A fll supply of C
dies, Nuts, Fruita r ete.,, always on han.
10ECREAIM regularly supplied during ,
• Having erected at considerable expens
first-class Bake House they axe confident t
in this department of their busineSs t
can •give general satisfaction. They the
fore solicit a share of public patronage.
may s—tf BLEUS3I.kiN , & MORT
Mitr .3M .T.a .11bE .1E -
THE subscribers announce to the pub
that they have now forsale at their lc
2imiles Nortlieao Waynesboro', a sup
for article of Wood-burnt Lime for Plant=
ing, Whitewashing &c.,which,they-will co
tinue'to have on Midluringthe season:
feb 23-6m] : " HESS & BRO.
23. 12,713 M 12; I.wq-.7.
, , •
rsubscriber infOrmh the. public that
cEtinnes the Barbering business in th
room next door to Mr; Reid's Grocery Storo
and is at all times prepared to do hair •ctr
ting, shaving,s hampooning etc. in the bet
style. The patronage of the public is respeo
fully solic ited,
Aug 23 7871
A. P L 4,4IttSHOLTS,
•r • 1 •
Can be found-
found at all times at his office where
he is prepared to insert teeth do the best
basis in use lin& aepriceS to suit the *times.
Teeth extracted, without pain by the use of
chloroform,' gather, nitrousexid egas or the
freezing process, - in a manner surpassed by
none. • . - - •
, We'the undersigned being acquainted with
A. K. Branisholts forithe past year, can rec- •
omraend - hint to thelaiblie - ,gsnerailly:to — be - '1
'a:Dentin Well.:qualifietttdyierforin all brie
rations Belonging':foßtintistry in the most,
ices and baking ar r
oringaitietes, &a - 4
•nt andle3TY supra.
*th tkie market.
.est quality on hand
_ . .
Drs. J. B. AUBERSON; I. N. SNIVELY,
J. J. OCLLIG, A. S. BONBRAKE,
om the factory of
aye many differ=
thing out is the
sept 29tf ]
CMIIOII3 LADE II
he is proprietor of the Buss line running
ail y between Waynesboro', and Geencas
le,' heretofore run by Wolfersberger & Stun
•r. With good horses and a first-class four
orse Omnibus he is enabled to convey pas
: - •• I •,. •r r:-
keep lip full, and
none: All thro'
string fish, iced
reason we sell
.tang one shad or
lay in a supply
. very soon. '
His Buss. will leave Waynesboro', at 6i
A.-111.,,arriving at GreencAstle'at 8, making
quick time and sure 'connection with the
-first Passenger 'train at 83: A.
.31. . Leaves
Greencastle at 5 O'clock, P: 1% , L, arriving , at
Waynesboro', at. 6 45. Ile is himself .Pro
-prietor, Contractor and Driver. • Delivers ,
Adams Express matter to and thita -Green
castle. All Express matter expressed the
same morning and through to Waynesboro'
the Sable day it: arrives.' c'Personis Wishing
• .en - oiggoods bv r&press•aiitra - o — wel - r - y
giving him a call. Persons wishing to go to
-Hagerstown -should - lake - this Trout. The
the Washington County_Railr.
forsale a choice
bls, halves and
he price peril).
.else so cheap in
.-eral, Make a
tte goblets, tom-
[• —ware - of --the -
'pat make fin.
aug 20 tfl
H. WAL'K'ER 'isle . BRO. - •
.111ANTI1`ACTITRERS AND DEALERS IN
WE call attention, to our assortment of
01 tha aboi•e, comprising the newest and
most "approved styles.
Having the advantage of Water-PoFer,
and, a long experience in the ' •
. STONE CUTTING BUSINESS, ' •
NVe are able to iill orders at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonable-terms.,
as p . r.
. ns and wroak
NNI,I) a total
. Give us a call at our Yard, near Antietam
Junction, on the - .Waynesboro' • and 'lagers-,
town Turnpike, twomiles from. theformer_l
..tct. - - - Post -l efrice - tuldress; --- Wayneaboro;
N. B. Orders can be left atthe Tillage Rec
ord Oltlce and will receive prompt attention.
April 3—tf... IL W. lk BRO.
station this ez.
from its mares,
apt:Me sa th ari fi e rtem
ad cured by it.
,e affections and
1 by, the scree.
they ware painddly have been radically
cured in such great numbers in almost everyseo.
don of the country, that the,publla warcely need'
to be informed of its virtues or uses. _
. in every'
ii ' ._. l r l l Y se, art a ct ni r l
mild mite: ,
• o 'without
le value to
live, yet it
flatus 6 . 1 , a ,
) sea .° it is' !
a ocive or. ,
I it is the
i 'ble ; and,
i . radicuted.
`, 7 . A and.
1 ,171-4 y. ,
Scrofulous poison is 'one of the most destrue.
tive enemies of our race. . Often, this unseen and
unfelt tenant of the organism undermines tbo con
stitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling or fa.
tal diseases, without• exciting a suspicion of Its
g i r r e a sence. Again, '
it seems •to breed infection
ughout the body, and then, on some favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its •
hideous forme, either on the surface or among the
vitals. In the latter, tubercles may be suddenly
deposited In the lungs or heart, or tumors formed
in the liver, or it shows its presence by eruptions
on the skin; or foul- ulcerations, on some part, of
the body. Hence the occasional use of a bottle
"of this,Sarsaparttla is advisable, even when no
active symptoms of disease appear. Persons af
flicted with the following complaints generally
find immediate relief, and, at length, cure, by t isis
use of this SARSAP ARILLA:- St, Ass
sw's Fire Rose or .E'lwaipelas, Teeter,
-Rheum, Bead Head, ltirtyworns, Sore.Eass,
Sore Mars, andother eruptions or mixable forma
~diseluteZ Also in the more ems,
Coaled forms es' Dyospota, Heart,
Disease, Fits, Ep sib Neuralgia, and
the various Ulcerous affections of ant muscular
and nervous systems.
Syphilis or nutmeat and Mercurial. Dis
eases are muted by it, though a long time is re.
quired for snlaining these obstinate maladies ley
any medicine. But longoontinuell use of this
medicine will core the , complaint. Leueorrlscea
or Whites, Uterinoljtoerottema, and Female
Diseases, are commonly soon relieved and ulti
mately cured by its pmifying and invigorating
effect. Minute directions for each case are found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. „Rheumatism
and Gaut, when caused by accumulations of ex
traneous matters in the blood, yield quickly to it,
nealso Ideas Comptaints. TOndadielb Conass-
Jim oritellammatiars iteleteert sad Jaun
dice, when suiting, as they often do, from the
Ppoisons in the blood. SABHA-
FiILIRIT.I.4 is a great restorer fort he strength
and vigor of the system. Those who are lon
paid and Listless l Despondent, Sleepless',
and troubled with lemons Apprehensions or
Years, or any of the affections symptomatic of
Weakness, will find immediatexelief and con•
vinclng evidence of its restorative power upon
ee that .
Dr. Jr. C. ATER, do , CO., Lowell, 11lawk,
Practical and Analytical Ch4maitta.
BOLD zr Aux DEVI:MISTS • • :4:
E subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the public that he will contin
ue to furnish a prime article of Beef at the
Seller in the Welke Building on Monday
evening, Tuesday morning, Thursday evegi
ing and Friday 'morning,- regularly during
the season:. Customers also supplied with
Veal and Lamb when desired.
, Thankful. fop - t patronage he hopes by
selling,xiothin ut the choicest meats to
merit a COI uance of the same.
may 25—tf THOS..J. CITN.NINGHANI.,
T"partnership heretofore existing be
tween Miller & Beaver was dissolved on
the Ist, of March 1871, by mutual consent.
The Books are at the old stand and will be
settled by.J. W. Miller. All persons indebt
ed are requested to cull and settle immedia
The business will hereafter be conducted
by . J. W. MILLER &
SURVEYING AND CONVEYANCING.
L , T i fi
undersigned having had some ten
3 rs exPenbnce,as a practical Surveyor
is pr e aced to do all .kinds of Surveying,
:yin out and dividing up lands, also all,
-ands of writing usually done by Scriveners.
7 1)arties wishing work done can calton; or
ddrws the_undersigned at Waynesboro', Pa.
feb 2-41.] , • A. B. STOLER.
'fie subscribeihris fOrlitleChestratt Shin-
gles, Pailings, Plaiterini Laths, Shing
ng Laths, Pine Lurnber e from a half to one
ch.. All other sizes of. Lumber Tarnished
order. - Also, Oak, Pine arid Chestnut
Wood by the load for sale on the ground.
IQ - I.le has al'o Ice for sale.
,Alirif 23 , • A. S. MUNN.
W. A. PRICE
GF WHOM .1131400304
PREPARED .II Y
' BEEF, 'BEET'.
A GREAT MEDIAL DISCOVERY
.4.7 -,. .-, 11,.24.6 f,:Thatupok an :.
z....," ,- •
t 1 • Bear testimony to their "Wernaer., ,r e 0
fel attritive Effects. "4
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.. NOT .A. TELE . - _ a n , e t
4 1 v. FANCY- •DRINIC.-:egii
Endo of Poor Rum, Whisker. Pray , ' SPirita
&tad B t otilec I4opturedoctored,spleed tuadeFcot.
cactl'ao pleaaVtlic tact(); called " Tonice, "•Aiipatiz•
e:::," "I:eaten:or," LC., that ]cad the tippler on to
~ • • ••• e.l •
^f:ont the NAVA° Roote end Lterbe of ,Callforrda,fre
f:om_r.lJAlcdltoleStltuelanto. They:are :
Ct:Zl3ll'.l' El-ban PCILIFIEIt etfid A 11111
Cii7INC/ PRINCIPLE eperfect Renovator an
Invigorator of the Systeni,earrying off all poisorto.. ,
Inutter tend restoring the blood to a bealpyieonditio.
ton and remein long unwell.
$2.00 willbe given for an incurable case, provided
the - bones aro not destroyed by mineral 'poison or
other meats, and the vital organs wasted beyond the
;Kantor rennin. • . , •
For Inflammatory and Chrdnie Übonma.
Cam' and tient,' Dyspepsia, Or Indigestion,
Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers
DlSenses of the-Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most success
ful. finch -Diseases are caused by-Vitiated
Blood, which Is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organs. •
In - GESTION, Mad
. ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the -
Chegt, Dizzine4, Boar Ertietatkins of the Stomach,_:
Bad testula the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
Beart, -- IWlainination - iirtlioLutigsTPain in tho
. ." • . qqy , mulls brrcreend ether _p t•
symptoms, ore tho offsprings of Dyspepsia. '
Thry invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tor•
pia liver and bowels, rldeh reruler them ofunequilled
efficacy in cleansing the bloodof all impurities, and
imparting now life sad vigor to the whole system.
FO S. SKIN DISEASES, EruptionS,Tetter, Salt
Enema, tiotebta, Spots, Pimples; Pustules, Boils, Cur.
buncics, Ding-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erysip•
clan, Itch, Settee, Discoloration of the Skin, Rumors
and Diseases of the blrin, of whatever name or nature,
cru literally dug up and carried out of the system inn
short time by the -so of those Sitters. One bottle-in
such easels will convince the most incredulous of their
curative °Met. •
,Titiated 'Blood. whenever you find '
Impurities bursting through the skin inlimples,Erup
liens or Soros ; cleanse It when you find it obstructed
and sluggish in the Talcs; clause it when It is foul,
and your feelings will toll you when. Eceptho blood
pure and tho health of the system will follow;
1 3 1% 'TAPE and other WORMS; lurking in the
system of so many Ooziest:o9,Am nifcctrially destroy
ed and rt. movod. For full directions,-iead
circutr.r around ouch bottle, printed fa four tar,
eyes—English Sermon, French and-Spirait.
Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, Gal.
and and SA CoreraerenStroat, New Tork•.
VT SOLD DT .LL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Next door to the Town 'Mall, has now on
hand a fine assortment or
eiC. IF-• lab (f! Milk_ tAW 9
Celected by himself with 'great care. A
...,large and well'sele&ed assortment of
WATCHES, Swiss English & Aperican
rssl X aEVI L E 7
cheaper than ever before spld-in ..Wavnes
boro, allitte„lateAt styles. kept conitontly on
hand. variety Of,Cuff44uttons. A
FINGER. AND ,RINGS
Solid Gold. • Engagement and WEDDING
RINGS, Silver Thunbles.and Shields, Cae.-
tors, Forks and Spoons;aalt Cellsri, Butter
Knives of the celebrated Roger ''Manufac
, tore, 'at reduced rates.
SPECITACLEnc? suit.everybocly's eyes
few glassCs,.pUt in old frames. .131Ri`Tlocks,
'Watches anaJewelrypromptly and neatly
repaired and warranted.
Next door •to the ,Town Hall, under ,the
Photograph Gallery. July 31:
NEW GOADS 'NEW 6121.10 S
r i gapg tyonE
FrillE subscriber announces to his cu to
-oill mers and the public that he has returned
from the , East with a fine stock of
• "'SPRING ANPSUNDIER DR ic GOODS,
•Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Glass
ware„ Oils, Hats and Caps, 800 sand
Shoes, Notions, and other goods sue as are
usuall kept in well regulated eounti ores,
all of which willbe,sold choap for th
Persons in want of, am= article i s I ne
are invited to call:, and examin s st,
and learn.his prices, as liis•obi ,y,.s to ma , -?
."tpliek sales at short profits.” ' • stock e
brace:f•Drugs and Patent - TNIe es, inchi.
ilifi:'•giertelebrated Fahrneyja nacea. '
i•A rt#4o9, ap tf 11:4311.0WN.
0,1 7 1..; S •
A large Merchant Mill, situate in'llarford
li County, Md., abCout liMiles from Edge
wood; on the Yhira. Balt. R..R., has
4 run - of Burrs, with, ca.pddity.of 20,000 bar
rels, whieh with a small outlay tail be in
creased to 30,000' barrels. Also, a fine farm
adjoining the mill, containing 340 acres, 200
of - which is cleared and in 'a high state of
cultivation. There ire_thrie houses on the
farm, also, barn, stable, corn house, &c.
E. .T. SNOW & CO.,
No. 10 Spears Wharf, Balt., Md.
May 4 3m.
„• „ „
FOR S -A_
subscriber offers sale MORTIC
IL ED CI NUT POSTS for Post and Rail
or Failing fence. Also Locust Ponta for eith
er kind of fencing: He is also greparecl to
supply the public 'with burnt Lime and Corn
by the quantity. - •• •
miry 11.-7tf '; • ALEX HAMILTON.
„gIatLyZZIMMY - Oa
• TO THE LADIES! -
l' its. C. L . HOLLINBERGE . 4 has just
..Ldireeeivhd a fall supply of new 'Millinery
goods. Ladies are limited to call and examine
ncr stock. ,
• ,CCION,& ST.CiNEELOI7SE . :
Respectfully announce :to the public that
they have opened at their store?!, room; on
the SOuth-west corner 'of tip - Dian - lad, ix
Waynesboro,' a' large. 'and well: selected
'.` StCrerof, - '• -
AkID 7 ,CUTLERY",-•
Iron, Steel,4CallaCoachmakers Goods of ev
ery deswiption, Queensware,' Cedarware,
Shoes, Carpets, 011 Cloths Paints, Glass,
Varnish Brushes, Fisk, Salt, and all
kind pf-Goods' kept in a well regulated Aare.
-Our—goods ore- all-new-and -freshiard-have
been bought for cash at the late, decline in
We flatter ourselves that from our long
experience in business, and a determination
to_selLgoods at small-protits;we-shall-olfer
unusual inducements to buyers who desire
to save money. Please call and• see' for
f.73 , 04 ( ii
We lave Ala: d well assorted stock
of staple and suer Dry Goods, embracing
CLOIS I - CASSINERES,
Satinetts': Jeans, Tweeds, Cottonades, Cords;
Stripes ; Cheeks, Ginghams, Linen nud Cot
ton Table',Diapers; Crash for ' towels,S4ll-,
.c.oes, Detains, Atir<tecas, "
Fancy DRESS GOODS, DRILLINGS,
''"'"^:" "771= - • I • 'a. a an
Shirtings, Ticitings, LinenS, Flannels, White
Goods[Gloves, 'Hosiery and Notions. We
are receiving ne* goods every week and
.will supply any article wanted that we. have
not on hand in a 'few days. - ".
We pay the highest market price for all
kinds of Country -Produce, such as Bacon,:
Lard, Butter, Ens, Dried Fruit, Rags,
Nov. 3, 1870.
. - -
•' . Elea a complete ussortmeu►
BOOTS Sams ANB. &UM&
THOMPSON'S "GLOVE- FITTING , COR
SETS," at • • SMITH'S.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY; or
all kinds at • • -SMITH'S.
HATS A:1 1 / 4 1 - EY G PS, ,
A: full stock now ready, consisting of all th
latest styles, at ,
PAPER' COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES . ,
-Susponclers,- everraiing - In that. line; ct
Nov. 3 1870
.11cDONALD 4 CO.,
NEW MN I NEW' MM. L
im STUES t, LaWi PINES. t
DOERICEII, hrive just open
ed at the Co 12N CLofHriu&rons,asglet
did line of
FItENCII, _ _ , - •
. • AND' k.'3IEIiICAN
' ' GOODS;‘".
embracing Clothes' of various
colors.. • ,
PLAIN 'AND 'FANCY C.AS,SIgERS;
latest styles 'and best qualities, -Doeskito i
Cheviots, Tweeds, Linen and Crape": Coa l,
jugs, stylish Vest Patterns,-etc..,
All of which will he made - to order with
the best Trimmings and.in thebest manner.
A l - ti.)OD lacAs...o.vg!..n in very case
Paper - Coilirs, Ties, BOAC'S, Suspencicr,ll.63-
iery etc., alway:4 on hand.
Orangemen desiring r.nd good fit-.
tine clothing should give us a trial. " .
S. E• Cor. Diamond.
7111 HE undersigned would most res - piettlnlly
.I. inform the citizens of Wayliesborb' and
vicinity that he has opened a now, Tin Store
on East Main street, - opposite - Stover- &
Wolff's Dry Goods' emporium, and keeps
constantly on hand a good, supply of ~. • 2
COOK & COAL FrOVES
MORIIING GLORIES, 'etc., at prices to'Tnit
the times, All kinds of work,.done, in
tiuo with nelttiess • and'
rootling, spouting, and repairing,. Noll '‘v . :ll
find it to your interest to.give him a call br
fore Rtlrchasing, elsewhere. 'Tie-sign of the
Big Red coffee Pot, .A:lwas on the
Thankful - fo'r past favoro he hopes fora.con
tinuance of the same.., - ,
CARPETS! . CARPETS!
I. H. WHITMORE- -
has just returned from the cities with the
largest and best assortment of
C R.PETS! OIL OLOTAS!
• OIL AND LINEN
DROGGET A3ND CRUMB CLOTkis
Italer AND MATS, COVERLETS;
ever offered in Oreeneastle. '
with all ! he fixtures for puttibg up. ,
constantly on hand and made to order
• • —•-
4.'Selling low& than! 'any, othltome
in the county. Pa - Call bed "near.,viees.
Greeneastle,Dae. 1; WO.
CC>ACllrsff A iNG_
Who, subscriber annouriees'tO his friends
and the public , that,' he Inis pureflated
the'eqach Factory formerlyowned by - 75r.u.4
liesk:andis ngtv engaged in the abore bur
iness; on Ilan :Street, at the East 'end of
-Waynesboro. 'Haying a knowledge of the
btanness, and employing none but . tho beet
workman -and by strict ,attention to Nisi
neß.'he hopes to merit a share of patronage.
All kind:l<A new work on band'ordom Ailed
ANTVT 4 ,-,J;:.•
• FOR.NEY & SOS
will piy thelighest market price fdr-'6W
cords"Of Rock and Black Oak Bark delivered
ut tkeir Tannery in 117:4-nesboro..
Hidegyind skins taken in and•weighed
the ceihir of'c. Ritthe§' Shoe Store, 4or h jell
the highest marfick-rprice will be ga!(1.
THOMAS- - FILBERT,
- .11EkelIA 2' TAILOp, •
.• . ,
AND AGENT Illat , •
Call and see goods and get prleeS
NEW TIN STORE.
Yours Respectfully; •
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