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A. N. Boyfuun,
DEALER . sDi
PREPARATIONS 'OR THE HAIR,.
&a. . 40.
ZirPhysicians dealt . with at 20 per
WA . YNESBORO' HOTEL EUILDING,
March 27, 187 L Waynesboro', Pa
-TR,O.AOIIU .)• .A_T_J-ENT.E
The following record ofone day's accidents,
all from the game cause, viz : the use of in
ferior Coal Oil, is taken from the Philadel
phia Ledger ofa recent date:
*`The alarm of fire, last evening, at 7 o'-
vas cauoed b, - the burunn; of the
corner of 16th and alplar, rPanit
fronilhe explosion of a coal oil lamp.—
Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of
the dwelling had retired to her department,
a few moments befoie the *discovery of the
fire. On entering her room, she was found
lying on the floor, wrapped in flames."
`About 7 o'clock yesterday morning, a
coal oil lamp in the handi of Sarah Alexan
der, who lives on Cowslip St. near 16th.—
She was severely burned-'
"Margaret Colligan, residingin the rear of
(US South st., was burned by thee,xplosion
•of a coal oil lamp. Her husband;while at
tempting to extinguish the flame, was also
severely burned. Two of the above named
victims have since died of their injuries."
.111 such fetp.rful-accidents i resulting% a death
and the de: ruction of valuable property,
may be avoided by using "CARSON'S STEC
.LAR OIL," which is known to be a perfect
bY - •
serson gene< o ly-ness r
r 1 tan oOel,•Quincy. [feb 2-1871.
ALL= 3L Goon. 111.ATumv METCALF.
tutcuto ollaft FACTORY I',
<MST WHAT YOU WANT
A( Prices to suit Times and Quality !
Morro :—Qnick Sales and small Profits.
We will furnish anything Arpted in our
'line of business,
, SASH, DOORS,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
We also_coMract for continued Rail Stair
Ways, :Newel's Ballusters, &c. &c. Ihrnish to
order or put into buildings by the' best of
workmen ' • Sawing, Chopping. Poast Boring,
4 - 4rinding,Turning, &c. &c. In short any
thing you want call for it, if not on hand we
will make it. As reference we can show you
buildings in the country or in Wavnesboro'
where you can judge for yourselves, (we
can't recommend material, it must reomn
mend itself) also see the quality of our ma
terial as compared with that of other shops.
TO THE PUBLIC •
Thankful for past favors, we ask you for
a continuance of the same.
Factory 13 miles Sout h of Waynesboro', Pa.
GOOD & METCALF,
P. S. We are also prepared to furnish
Framing material aecomparal ively low rates.
Located at Freeland, Montgomery Conn
- ty, Penn'a.
THE;•ACADEMIC D EPA RTM ENT :
[F(MN ERLY ]IRLEL Y:l3 WARY.]
Fit-elctss English, Matheniatical and
Classical Boarding School for
YUMA NiUt . M 41.1 VIONISA
midDr the immediate Tuition and Manage
. • .went of the faculty of the college.
All necessary expenses, including Tuition,
Boarding, Washing, Books, &e., not exceed
• ing;i 4 23t) a year.
THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT
will be distinct from the academic, and will
`aflbrd all the advantages of a full college
course in the usual higher branches of study,
under, the direction. of a Faculty of six
I.The Academic Year for both Depart
ments be divided into the following
three terms:—The School opening with the
Fall term, September 6, 1870 to December
22. Winter term, Janpary4, 1871 to April
b. Spring term, April 12 to July 7, 1871.
For further information apply to
Rev. J. H. A. BOMBERGER, D. D.,
• President of trsinus College,
Freeland, Montgomery County, Pa.
July i 0 tf.
LIVERY I LIVERY!
91 11-IE undersigned infortns the publie gen
.' orally that he has purchased the Livery
lieretoMre owned brlzrank. Weagley. and
is fully prepared to meet the wants of the
community in his line of business.
lie has . had all his earritWs neatly re
paired and refitted. and his homes are SA'.
L'ulltk• and fi'st t ft:Yellers. Parties conveyed
to any point desired, accompanied by a care.
()filet. a! the Wayrte , lint o' Hotel. where
.Itteutive hostler will I>c in at tend:thee at
all hours of' the alitl day. Se: \o ef
fort will he spa recl acconituoitaleall %Ow
way patrcali?.e hilt)
J. M.Tip*S oir'opoN.;
CORNER -DRUG STORE
t • -
READ REFLECT, and be convinced.
• DrOg. aof the bast quality, PAT.END ME
DICINES of alr•kinds, - PURE WHITE
LEAD and • U OLORS; OIL; TURPENTINE,
&a, &e., At' •• , - • • -
. , .
THE COOTER PROG STORE,
BRUSHES,_ COMBS, POCKET . BOOKS, BA.,
zors, Penknives, Stationery, Soaps, Beduin
eyy, Toilet and Fancy Goods, etc., fall as
THE ' CORNER DRUG STORE
DESIRABLE in every household, Pure
Baking Material. You O4n always get' the
THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
DR. AMBERSON'S Vegelable-Verini-1
The bistretnedy-for-worms: - S - AyEl
WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, and GIN
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
Get your Prescriptions filled by
DR. J. BURNS AMBERSON
TIFF subscriber announces to the citizens
of Ringgold and vicinity that he has re
turned from the East with a stock of
NNW' LIT ORT ABE
for Ladies, Misses and Children, embracing
all styles; alsogaiters, shoes, etc., for ➢len
and Boys. He has also Groceries for sale,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrups and Spices.
He continues to manufacture to order
men's Boot and Shoe and Vales and chil
dren's work of all kinds.
He returns thank for rust favors and asks
a continuance of public patronage in theTu
ngitbld, May, 11,'71.. W. STEWART
PATENTED SEPT. 21 1869
The merits of this machine consists in
part., in the •attachmen.t of curved `k.pives
to the arms of the cutting-wheel, the si*ar
ing, cut across the month-piece, the great
power and directness of the blow, by which
treble the volume of material is cut, with
less power than is required by anv other
machine ; those combined t wit h its 'durabil
ity and simplicity of construction, command
public attention. Nothing liable to get out
of order, but what a bRy could remedy with
Pr- - —ant of machines of this dt
ia well by calling upon or at!:
mdersigned. Good and res
wanted to sell machines and
,achine is now on exhibition
ioro' Manufacturing Compa
irsons interested should call
, for it is what every farmer
H. C. GILBERT,
_ ' Proprietor,
Agent. Waynesboro' Pa.
July i4,tf '
FIFE INSURANCE C6MPANY,
INWRES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE EY
On all safe class property at reasonable rates
W. K. A'!.II.IERSON, President.
SnroN LEcnos VET President:
Jos. Dotiot.ts, kEenzrAny.
Jos. IV. artu.En„Treasurer.
DI R Epif 0:R S:
W. S. A 10erton, • Simon Lerron,
Lewis S. Forney, Jacob Carbang,h,
Jos. Douglas • ' Jos. Price.
Jacob T. Miller. Jos. W. Miller,
Benj. E. Funk, • D. B. Russell,
Levi Sanders, Jacob Good.
DANIEL SNIVEL'S', Agent,
j tate IG,•'7OJ - 'Waynesboro', Pa.
QI.D AND TIERRING.—Mess. Shad and
.Pothinac Herring in bbls. for sale by
\V f. FUNK
is. dill ahead
PURE GROUND SPICES
are so , a
15 different kinds at
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
for medicinal purposes at
W. A. REID
We would invite your attention to our
.7 1 .112,,5T
which is large and varied and consists in
'SILK FINISH MOHAIRS,
Black'and Colgrea Alapaceas, Japanese
Grain Silks, Berlinese Clothes,
CIIENE - BROWBAIX, BENTEII4PLIID ;
Chene Poplins, Plaid Toin,
QUAKER C7TY POPLINS,
West End Mattelle Cloth, Troy Coon Repps,
an elegant Rapper Goods,
and Embroiderie. Hosiery and Gives,
GENTS' - FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS,-
(new style) Ladies' Lasting Gaiters and Mo
GROCERIES 1 GROCERIES !
Rio, Laquyra and roastgdOoffees, New Or
leans Poatoriceo Sugars, Rice, Cheese ; Iron,
Stone and China ware, Queensware of all
kinds, Glassware in endless variety; Wood
and willow ware; l'enitian, Ingrain and
Rag Carpets, Cocoa Matting, Floor and Ta
ble Oil Cloths, Oil and Paper Blinds, and in
fact everything kept in a well regulated
Dar ..Ethantine—ow--priees—onet judge for
April 13, '7l. PRICE S.: HOEPLICH.
1111BERSON BENEDICT & CO'S,
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
OND SUPPLY, OF
SQL INIQ & SUMMIOI ROADS„
~.. , :.
To which we call your attention. We are
now prepared to sell all kinds of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Gueensware and Notions, at a
much lower price than they have been sold
for several years.
Calicoes and Lawns,
'Arens Wear of all kinds,
Rag, Imported and Birthing Carpet, ,
Everything needed in the Clothing Lin ,
Delaines, Shoes, Boots & Summer Hats,
Oil Cloths for Floor and Table,
4. Boys & 'Misses summer wear, ,
Ntions of all kinds
Cuffs & Collars,
~"Necl: Ties, C4attonades,
Jeans a Tweeds, Table Diapers,
Laces and Insertings,
Elastic and Garter Braids, '
, Domestic and French Ginghaty)
Irish, Blay and Coat Linen,
- Cassimeres and Cloth.
Our prices are low, .•
Give us a call and we will try to 'am
modate in everything.
AMBERSON, BENEDICT, kg: C
WO N * •- a N
MILLER & Co's
amnia co . have .just
T W.st opened
theirthststr of Spring Goods, which
.was selectedfor - he home 'trade; and cori
sista of all the sty es of-Foreign and Domes
tic Dry Goods, c. Far the ladies they
h a ve a large . of all the late style Dress
and Fancy Goo . . •
A nice assortm ,
t Of Spring Shawls, Lace
rasols, Corsets, Chignons,
Gents Furnishirig Goods of
.A full line of
every style an.
',,stings for Spring and Stun
s, Collars, liandkerehiefs,
mer; Also, ,S
ders, Cuffs, & i
Rag and Cottage Carpet. Ta
d Stair Oil Cloth; Baautiful
k of Prime GROCERIES ;
- Lew , d Bcates & Miller's White Lead
Linseed, anners and Coal Oil: Window
Glass an , ttv, and in fact everything that
isusnall . and in a first-class country store.
All p t ons desiring to purchase are re
quest&l call and examine goods and pri
ces. N. -ouble to show goods.
April , 1871. J. W. M. & CO.
RAIN - SEPARATOR-
, BAGGER AND POWERS !
mpletnent more important to the
'ian a First-class Grain Thresher and
for none pays him so well and so
Ibove cut shows the only Geiser Ma
ow built under the immediate eve
Id inventors themselves,with all the
ial improvements made during the
past 18 years, and now with
CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL
:whine just stands high above all of
As a thresher it is equal to the
best a cleaner it is superior to any exist
g chine. This is admitted by ail hon.
st petitors. Indeed it is the only Ma
hi that really can, by. one operation,
o.ghly thresh and clean grain fit for
a t. But the fact that grain direct from
achine commands from 2 t to`3 cents a
u. More than grain direct from any oth
r chine, settles the question of its supe
io as a cleaner over all others. Inipar
'a dges at all the State and County Fairs
, 1 it was thoroughly and practically
e 7, in competition with other leading
i hies, always agree that it is more sim-
I more easily understood and operated
• ose unskilled ih machinery—more du
: —threshing as mach and yet cleaning
r—with less poorer and more comfort
1 ands than any other m:whine in use—
,besides all that is sold for °less money
w ding to capacity. These facts •are
ler attested by the thousands of in
ers, some of whom have had them in ,
or 'the last 18 years. To supply the
qs of all, we now make 4 sizes, viz:—
n a 2 Horse. Railway or 3 Horse Lever
er, to a 10 Horse Lever Power, with
es ranging from $l9O to $360, without
-er. - We also make the latest impproved
.le-geared Horse Powers, suitable for
size machine, ranging from $9O to $135,"
all fully and fairly warranted. For
her information send for circular and
:lesponsible Agents in Territory not in
THE GEISER MANUFAC'G CO.,
IVAvxEsuonoi, Franklin County,
an. 21-tf Pennsylvania.
WAYNESBORO' COACH FACTORY;
80. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
frem the firneof -Adams & Hawker the
bscriber informs the public that he con
nuca the Coaehmaking buAttess in all its
ranches, at the old stand. Ht will at all
Ines have a supply of new Buggies, differ
nt kinds, , on hand ; also second-handed Ve.--
idles. Repairing done at short notice.—
Le use* the best material and employs good
.ieehaniCs. He ,returns his thanks to the
nblic for their liberal qatronage, :nd by
ttention to business and a dispositit n to
ecommodate hopes to merit a liberal share
f the same in the future.
1 . 111 . T,IEI• WILOSH,
UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and
, $2Zi cheaper than any other.
For Simplicity, Durability and Beauty,.
they stand unrivalled. For Stitching, Hem
ming, Tucking, Felling, ,Quilling, Cording,
Binding, Bfaiding, Gathering, Gathering Sc
Sewing on gathers, they" are unexcelled.7-
Warranted. A.7E. WAYNANT,
S. E. Corner Diamond,
• Mar. 30, 1671. , . , Waynboro', Pa.
CON - CAVE CON' EX spectacles, at •
made of the Jsest Tin in the market, and
warranted at the, sign of the
D. BAtUf4SELL keeps constantly on hand
a large assortment of all House Furnishing
&lends for sale cheap. : Pure ICo. 1 Kero
sene Oil and a large assortment of Lamps.
• WASHING MADE EASY !-
by calling at the sign of the "Big Red Horn'
and getting the best Clothes Wringer ever
Person in want of Stoves, Tinware,
House Furnishing Goods, - &e. &c., eau get
full value for their money by culling on
D. B. RUSSELL & SOX;
Sign of the !Sig Red Horn,"
71, TOUR CaM;
This is the bbst Diy House ever offered
the public. „ .
It!dries Frnit'in half the time requiredty
the_old method. ,
It dries uniformly and perfectly.
The fruit dried by it retains more of thti
natural flavor. „ t ad
It is easily managed.
It eaves fuel..
It-is durable and portable.
It has 24 feet of drying surface.
Call and see them at the sign of the
and kayo your - orderifor'pem
March 24, 1870.
D. B. ROSSZL,
D. B. RUSSELL 'dr SON at the sign of the
Big Red. Horn, will keep constantly on hand
and for sale , :it large assortment of StOves
and Tinware. - _
MOUSE 197R131411NG GOODS
KNIVES AND FORKS,
LARGE IRON COPPER KETTLES.
And other useful articles at the sign of the
BIG RED HORN, Wayngsboro', Pa., where
a large assortment of
COAL_ STOVES &,6:,
D. B. RUSSELL & SON
Sold at Retail by
D. - 13. RUSSELL & SON,
Sign of the'Big., Red Horn,
"BIG •Rg) HORN",
THE L. A. OELLIG
PATTENTED JANUARY 21st 1868
J. B. Rireszia.
iaIE X AJO 4AT A w
41.4 h I la a
CdnrPenent Warta—Ridd.Extrads Rhubarb and
_Cakricaba (raps Juice
For Liver Complaints, Jaundice, Billions af
• factions, Sick qr Nervous 41 a, Cos
--illieneas, etc:- Finely y tiler contain
iDng no Mercury, , , peletereous
These Pills arerthe inest delightfulfi pleas ,
ant -purptive; sups caster ' di ,- salts,
magnesia,ete. There is not g more accepts
ble to the stomach. They give tone, and
cause neither nausea or 'gripping pains.—
They are composed orthe final ingredients.
After a few days' use ofthem, inch an invis
oration of the entire system. takes place as
whether atisingfrom imprudenoi or alense.
H. T. Helmbold's Compound Fluid Extracts.
Catawba Grape Pills' ;we not ,sugar-coated,
from the fact that sugar-Boated Pills do not
dissolves butpiosthroughtliWomacn with
out dissn.:. - • g,. conse9nently de not produce
the - des effect. PEE CATAWBA GRAPE,
PILLS, being pleasant in taste and odor do
not necessitate their being sugar-coated.—
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOX.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S— - 4
HIGHLY CONCENTATED COMPOUND
FLUID EXTACTS' SARSAPARIDLA
Scrofula, Syphilis, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore
Eyes, Sote Lim, Sore Mouth;. Sore Head,
Bronchitis, Skin Diseases, Salt Rheum,;Can
kers, Runings from the Ear, • White Swell
ings, Tumors, .CancerothiAffections, Nodes,
Rickets Glanduler_Swelling eatsv
Rash, fetter,Humors of all Ironic
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia; and athat
Tieing prepared expressly foi the above
complaints its Blood-purifying prpperties are
greater than any other preparation of Sarsa
rills. It I'ves the . . , •, , •• •
•ea .y co or and restores the. patient to a
state of Health and Purity. For purifying
the• Blood, removing all Chronic constitu
tional diseases arising from an impure state
of the Blood, and the only reliable and ef
fectual known remedy for the cure Of Pains
and swelling of the bones, Ulcerations ofthe
Throat and Legs, Blotches,'Vimpels on the
Face, Erysipelas, and all Stair Eruptions of
the Skin, and butifying the - complexion.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S -
C)NCErTRATED •-• •
- - TIIE ,
as cure. every awe of Diabetes in sh'
•has. been given; irritation of the neck of the
.Bladder anitindarnation of the Kidneys, Ul-
Iceration of the Kidneys and Bladder, Iteten
tion of Urine, disease of the Prostrate Gland,
Stone in the Bladder, Calculus, Gravel,Brick
dust Deposit, and Mucous or: Milky Dis
charges, and for Enfeebled sand. Delicate
Constitutions for both Se:sesiattonded with
the following symptoms. Indisposition to
Exertion, Loss of power, • Loss of Memory,
Difficulty of breathhigAireak Nerves,Trenabl
ing, Horror of Disease,Weakfulness,Dimness
'of Vision, Pain in the Back; Hot Muds',
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin,
Eruption on the Face, Pallid Countenance,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular Syktem,
COME AND SEE
se ay persons from the age of eighteen,
.to twenty-five, and from thirty-five or in
the decline or el ne of life; after confine
etirorlabor-pa' a, , - gy bed-wetting i •n.
Blood purifying, and cures all diseases aris-
Inglrom habits of Dissipation, and Exeeses
and'lmprudence fn Life, Impurities of the
Blood, ete.,-Superseding Copaviii in .Affec
tions for which it is used, and Syphilitic Af-,
fections—in thmedisease used in connection
with Ilelmbold's Rolle Wash.
In ninny affections peculiar triLadies, the
Extract Ifuchu is uneaqueled by any other
remedy—as in Chlorosts or' Beton• ktrN-1(r
-regularity Painfulness or Suppression otleus
tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated or. Sehirrus
state of the Clercs, Leucorihtea or VhiteS,
.Sterility,and for all complaints incicadent to
the Sex, whether arising from . Indiscretion
of habits of Dissipation. It is prescribed ex ;
terasively by the most eminent Physicians
anti Midwives for Enfeelaied and Delicate
Constitution, of both Sexes and all ages (at
tended with any of the above s Diseases or
I 'H. T.`HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT.
. BUCHC,ICCRES DISEASE I S ABISING
HABITS OF DISSIPATION, ETC.,
in all their stages, at little expense, little or
no change in diet, no inconvemente, and no,
exposure. It <muses a frequent desire, and
gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing.
Obstrtictions,,,Treve2iting and . Curing Strip-,
tures of the retlia, allaying 'Pain and In-
llamado'', so frequent in ibis class of disease,:
expelling all Poisonous matter.
USE IiELMBOLD'§' EXTRACT Beene -for alip ,
Affections and Diseitseit of the Urinary. Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female,
from whatever cause 'originating, and, .no
matter of how long standing. Price, *51.50
H. T. HELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE
cannot besurpased as a Face Wash, and
will be found the only specified remedy: in
every species of Cutaneous islenAtutuie, r etc.,
dispelsßeduess and incipient Intimation,
Hives, Rush, Mouth hitches, Drynesspfthe
Seep] or Skin, Frost;Bites, and all "purposes
for which Salve's or Ointments are used re
stores the skin'to a state of pur'd soft
ness, and insures continued h , -'" - t 4 r,action
of the tissue of its on ,depends
the agreeable clearness and:viviicify of coin-.
plexzon - so much sought and admired. But
however valuable as a remedy fcit existing
defects of the skin,'H. T. lielmbold's Rose
Wash has long sustained its principle claim
td' unbounded patronage, by possAtszing qual
ities which render ita Toilet Appendage of
the most Superlative,and Congenial charac
ter, corubbimng in an elegant formula those
prominent requisite, Safety and Etil(mey—
the invariable accompaniment of its use-as
a Preservative and Refresher of Complex
ion.' It is au excellent Lotion for', (Braises
of the - Urinary'Orgums,. arising Prom habits
of diizsipation, used in connection With the
Extract Buchu, Sursuparilla, - and, Catawba
Gripe Pills, in 13 Lich (liseqses asreconunend,
cannot lion surpassed.
Full ancL' explicit diOctions accompany
Evidence of the most' responsible and re-•
liable character furnished. on apPlleation,
Wifff- hundreds of thousands of living: wit
nesses, and upwardsof3Q,ooounsacitedeer
titiotes and recommendatory' Jetta* many
cliare from highest sonrcesjualuing
t.Physiciatis, Clergymen, Statesmen;
etc. Thepropriator ltai never resorted to
their publication in the newspaper; he does
not do this from the fact that his articles
rank as Standard:Pr:km - rations, and do not,
need to be propped up by certificates.,
H. M. HELMBOLDS GENUINE
Delivered to any address. Secure froM
, twenty Years.—
. by Druggists evetywhere.A ddress let
tere for information, in confident* HENRY
T. HELMBOLD Druggist and Chemist. • •
Only Depots: H. T. HELMBOLD'S Drug
and ehemicallfa ouse, No. 594 'Broad
way New York, or . T.' HELMBOLD'S
Medical Depot 104 Sou enth Street,Phil
adelphia, Pa. -
BEWARE OF COVATTERFEITS. Ask
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S ! TAKE. o. °num.
March 2, 1871. •
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ANia~~• . >~
- 34 t a:*) ±..aikAilii fil i
~ ~ , - -
Al_ 1 4 1111 j MN
Go ro routirawea
Waynegbone, May 21,1871.
bA. 'S THE OLD ADAGE
wherever vou can•use your money ---
to the best advantage ; and
ion has-long since given the palm to
he best and cheap
est store; all-they want is for
'buyers to call and examine their, stock
and convince theuiselves of what they say:
Our stock - consists of the following articles!
Ladies Dress Goods--Suen
Alpaecas, . Reps„
Opera Cloths, ,
MEN'S WEAR.--,---Ciotlis; Do
Cassimeres,: Cords, Suttinetts, Cott n#a •
Linens, Weeds, &c., &e.
LADI.ES CUSTOSAIADE • SHO :
m Lasting and Morocco, cheap. ,
4:2k. 04:::7 3111-11; -
Wehave bought largo,, coniequently, -
All our goods have been.beught at im
prices, consequently we are enabled.ti I •!" '
dersell those Who bought before the r;; , .
an - r - Seo, and we 'Will ProN
you what we say. -
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRYI4IO=,
DUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD..
June 29, STOVER' &,.WOLFF,
CARSON'S STELLB OIL !
nE alarmitng 'increase in the nutaid of
ightful accidents, resultinti‘ in terrible
deaths and destruction 4 yaluableproperfv,
reused bv the indiscriminate' use-of oils,
know under the Mahe of Petrolemii, proMpts
us to call your special_attention to an article
which will, wherever used, remove the cause,
of such accidents.' We allude to •
CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FOR
The proprietor of this oil has, for several
years felt the necessity of providing for, and_
presenting to the public, as a substitute for
the dangerous compounds which are sent
broadcast over the country, an oil that •
safe; brilliant, and entirely' reliable. Alter:
a long,sories oflaborious and 'costlir experi--
ments, he heti succeeded in providing,, and',
offers to the publk, such a substitute, 111
!vCARS9X'S STELLAR OIL"
It shonkfheatseti by everefiunily becalu4o
it is safe hernias questifon..The_Ptinturr
pnrpos.e in theLprepgntton • :of ‘.BTELLAII
OIL has beeti tomakeit teribetiv Safe, thus
insuribg the ilvesandprope_ itY etthose who
use it. Its presettelLdard of SAFETY'
and BRIZZLiNGT aiwilYsbe maintainu
ed, fur upon this the p ehat,depends for
.suStaining• the high "roputetion; - %e.?STELer
.LAR OIL new enjoys:
To pieient theidultenition of thisolDwith
the expkeive compounds nowlmownlinder,
the name of, kegoi3enNlke,
'for fandly,.tieir,b4l :.earb. can
being sealed,.44 .;114,.; •• ' 'trade
mark of the two iatiaralt
be tampered Wit bettteeit theinian , eturer
and tOnsumer. -gone is 'genuine without
this trade-niark. • ,
It is the duty „and interest of dealers
and cuatomersotillaminatink,all to rise the
'STELAR OIL ofili•;beca' tiseit alone is , known ,
,to be safe antli*hable. It is for by
rlanon & StatlerOlarion. " •
E. B. Winger, -Quincy.
Gelwieks & . Burkhart, Cluunbersburg. •
' W. D. Dixon', - St. Thomas._ ,
J. Hostetter & co. - Greeficaitlo.
Thomas C: Giove,'Meree,rsburg. ,
Jno. L. Ritehery. - t - '
3ARDEN & CO., WaatusaLs AGENTS.
No. 136 South Front St., rhiladelphia.
feb 2-1871. , ' .
CONS EX CNOCAYE t;peetaelefa; at .
t.) ALEX. LEEDS