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AVILL he sold atyublic Sale atAlte
V Y donee of the - undersigned, about
miles West of 4,eitersburg, along ,the road
leading from the .Hagerstown,and WalyUes
' boN t.OfflaeolW - Wroll ,1 :4T"
Ltd 1 1 .TUtr
the following Valuable Perional Property:
SIX HEAD 'of Heavy Draft HORSES,
TEN READ OF HOGS,
- 1 - folramir - tread :- WAGON - , --- Oiettry - 0 -
pair Timber Wheels,. 2pairs• Breeching, 2
pairs Front sears, 4 Blind Bridles, 3 Hous
ens, 1 Wagon Sadle, 1 six-horse Line, Wag:.
pn Whip, 1 pair spreaders, 2 pairs Butt Tra
ces, 1 pair Breast Chains, (all Furley's make;)
—:3-Fly-Nets r -i-Joekey- Stack; ii_Collars r , sio
• •of Axes, and '
1 - 0
• C Tr , a 0Lk":
Also at the same time and place, if not pre
viously disposed of at Private Sale,
A POrtable Engine and Circular Saw ,
Mill, all in perfect order.
l'EßMS:—Allstuits of aud above $5 a cred-.
it of spcmonths will Vi'en, the purchw- ! ,
. . -ed-secu-1
rity ; all sums under $5, cash. No goods to.,
be, reiuoved until settled for." •
July 6-ts. JOHN MILLER of J.
p. l =r"MM;Mill -
MITE undersigned, Assignees' of Conrad
Euths, will sell at Public Sale
'ON SATURDAY, JULY 22nd., 1871,
fcirtoWini-personal — prifertyf - -":T - ;
ONE NEW SPRING WAGON,
2 Fat Hogs, 1' Good Cow, 1 Parlor Stove, 1
Cook Stove 1 sett Chairs, 2 Rocking Chem,
1-Bedsteaci:Lot e arpet,Lot-Feathers,l .Cop,
per Kettle, 1 Lard Press, 1 • Brass Kettle, 10
Corn Brooms 1 Stand, Bowl and Pitcher,
F - either -- Be - clelltml - BedstesdistTLot - BaconTl2Ef
lbs. Lard ;1 Wheelbarrow, Lot Cow-chains,
1 Corn Sheller, 1 second-hand Spying Wag- -
on, lot Boxes and Barrels. Also, one Side
Board, nearly new ; and many other arti
cles not named. Sale to commence at One:
o'clock, when the terms will be made known
by - • :W. SIAMBERSON,
T. S. CUNNINGHAM, •
lE' W IF. DATRICHs,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
yV AYNESIIOII.O', PA, •
" Will giya prompt and close attention to all
bilsinesm entruntedlo his care. - Office .
door to the Bowden. House, in the Walker
Building.. - [july 6_
. . _.
rr HE.undersig,ned has appointed Freder , ,
•..11 kit ljull/pf Quin6r (4wnShiP, agenti-to,
collect his accounts and transact other btsi
ness pertaining to the same. ,
July 6-tf JEREMI ;
AH HESS, M. p.
:o. s N,-
DEALER .I..T.F.LOER f AND i EEED STUFF;
Ono door West of ple4Elowderilibuse.
july 6—tf . • • • •
NOTICE TO THE LADIES!
NEWIIIIIäthER r Goobs !
MISSES STICRED & GORDON Minounc
es to the ladies of Waynesborol'and vi
cinity', that they haye. just opened out in the
corner rooni.opposite the Bowden. House a
complete as3grtment of Millinery Goods.
Their stock enilimCea Hats ami"Framcs of
every variety„, gly 7 , 9 rti RilAcmS•an4, trim
ings of every description, including whi
trimmings Stamped goods, Corsets, collars,
fans, netts,jeivelry, Hosiry, &e.. Ladies are
invited tb call and examine late •styles • and
OT. Scrubbing - Brusheasoldi cheap—,
AA Shoe Brushes,. Whitewash Brushes,lint
ton Nash Lines Bed Cords, painted Buck-1
eta, &boo]. L and .Market Baskets,, Crystal
Soap for washing paints--ithas no equal:
June 2.9. W. A. REID.
LIVERY t. ',LIVERY!
UNITE undersigned informs the publiegen-
IL erally hut be.has purchased. the Livery
heretofore, owned by Frank. Weagley, and
is fully, prepared.to meet the wants of the
community in his line of husiiieSS, ' ,
He has had all his carriages neatly ' re
paired i'and' ratted,. and hiSliob4es are safe,
gentle and fast, tritvellers. Parties conveyecl
to any point accaiinpaniedbY a care-:
fill drivr. • •
Office at the Waynesboro' Hotel, • where' ;
an, attentive hostler •will be in,attendancentl,
Tilt lionis'j>fitlie Might and day. ,119,..Nn of-I
fort will be spared to accommodate all Who
may patronize .him. . • • .p -
_Dee. .17,, te r , „ , WM.,
PRICK & sowntAbvs
WAYNFABOI6%IPaIikICLIN 'COUNTY, PENN' 'I A. •
e • STATIONARY AND PORTABL . E:STEAM ENGINES , , •" • •
Boilers, Tanks, and Sheet-Iron • Work; Machinist'S, Tools, :Wood Working Midwifery,
Shafting, Pulleprarid Hangers ; !Gear Cutting ? Portable Circblar
Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents.for Plitent Heater,'Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined ; Cameron & Co'S:4pecial. Steam Pump;' Saws; or all kinds, (Distittes
. manufacture ;) Iron•Pipe.and Fittings; Brass Work; Gam and-Leatlier-Belting;'-Maim
flicturers and Engineers' Supplies, generally furnished at lowest Retail Prices. - Alkkiuds
of Foundry Works—heavyor light, Iron and Brass Castings—made to order; ' REPAIR
ING carefully done. Ser Tor further particulars, send for Catalogue and' Price List.-,1.3a
Waynesboro', Franklin County, l'equ'a, June 29, 1871.
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The cneapest.l.F . 4. - Ve,st. _TOWII.
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This MUS - iii.N is' flilTie - V,l4lTV'' as the
Over .50 different styles, And qualities
'y:n,ngiyg in, price
_. , .
• , AVeitWashingtOn:Street,
gas '1 19. 175, l in hand 'n' . l:6ll'Lin of
G 00,0•0 I'UST c'r. IVE D.
Leek at the Xiit!
HATS f Men and Boys_; ' " ' •-.
Allahe'Jlatest Styles- •
sf 'BOOTS, S'll'OES & GAITERS
•Tor - Men'imd - BoYs -- AVea
Ladies Surg Gaiters,
• At very low' pricer. • . .
• - Also, Linlies•Shoes,
• "'Latest iinct 'Best StyleS. '
Misses and Cliildrens Shoes in giest, variety.
Our Motto is not .to be undersold.
JFWELBY, WATCIES, 'CLOCKS, GOO I'EV,IIMCII tiIAtYS;
- • •
Finger Rings, .Cl2o,lms, Bracelets, and '
. , a.great'yariety of other things •
, , pertaining to the Jewel- • '
.ry Business. , ,
IMP)ERI COLtARIS N,!IIB4OO,F'F:Sv:
• ' Vecktielq, -
of all kinds Fancy Goods unit: Notions
TobEwco , Segars , souk
an ar' Jct .
• , 1
.• .-; ;Lt . . .
.at shorttnoti6e:acti.l wiutanted. ; • !
Thinkruil Tor pant Tal4pril -l he'keries IV , fair;
denling . toldrte murit a eontinuande of pub-
•lie patronage. •• - 1
• • 0
l I I I ' • . 0
• 0 4 P•1
E iindOrsig'n ea, having received letters
1 of admiiristrationmfthe estate of Catha
rine triffentlitifer . ,...ytte of Waynesboro', de
ceased; hereby gives public notice to all the
'eredifors and debtors of said deceased, th'e
former tb'present 'their 'claims, - and the hit
ter to itiake:pnyrnent Of their indebtedness
• 'EL J:•WYPIBRAICE, Adm'"r.
• •. PiRSTPGRAPAgR, ••°-
' E,cor,ner,orilie Dianiond,.
' WAYNESIIO,IIO ; PA., ' •
[ A S at all times a• -fine asslirbeent of Pic:
Ira tureS Frames' and:Mouldings. Call and,
see specimen pictures:, • • June tf:
BACON— , Countsy Sides for sale by •, •
• Jirrie'23r - "' • 'W. A. REM
1 ' ''' * ." 1 . , . WiIITIVIII li.E, • .
Wholesid mie d*Retail Dealer, and Manufac
. ~.r,„k; turer. of - • , '
F'.o V Ss,g',;':;,fl.l, R N I T,,0, R E
: 2 4?..X-XJ,01401 1 :Z.,,_7?JM - E6 ,
~..,,:::.......,,t utEitasti; -.. a.,
toate., -..,, , wria4., .icreaagief:
~• pi 44 thepublioithat:
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iittivpovionago, , rworno.
. 03i* r e ' Atiriliill6i4:? -, :-. 4 1 4 .01 ,61 ht - '
advantigusi liaoweikither manufacturers
he 'can and.4lll,44:ll2Vniiiitureatii: less price
than ;any Oth.**truippturgr,:inithe State.
iteili,gifi;AD:OlWd - R00. 31 15,
illied .. .yitlxiii,„o4 . Yarteti Of Fit r;iiture . , from
ti-Plain*iltitehat,,ilithelhieid in Use,
he fealty i&riauteid*''Aapig.;:that .he can
Pte a ''''''lP . 4 7N-`.l ''' ; ,.','t'''; '-'-., :,.. `. ~
--t 4- E - 2ratFf.Ret - 1$
",i; , to 8
".: Solid Walnut • .-.-- 8; 9;to 10 ,
- - • Imitation -. 14
RouraUoixr-foqt,_ . 3 Paneayalnut,
" " Foot; Oval:Panel'
"Walnut; Moulded 30, 35 , to 40
Antique—New Style 25, 30, 35, 40; to GO
Fine Antique Chamber Sua6,
Cot. Chamber Suits
Solid Walnut Suits
Im. Wal. 4 4raw9rs,.with glass, • -
wood top • ' ' 15; to 16
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
• Marble top •17, to• 30
Solid-Wal.-4-drawers r with-glass -
• wood top 20, 22, .2a,..t0 82
" " • Diarble4op• •t • 25, 30, 82, to 60
Imitation 'Walnut • ' 12, to 14
Dining Table, six legs, ."
- Dr.eafut.s-49,urie.', -
Mar. do 20 diff. pateilfa,'
txten • n Tables •er foot
, • " • '., CHAIRS.
Windsor or Wood seats (3), doz) $5, 6, 7 to 10
Cane seats dos.) 9 2 10. lA, 123 ; to 30
(Have over 600 of the above on hand,)
Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 5
Cane Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 7
Willow Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 10
Spring Seated C'h'airs, Upholstered
an Hair ,Cloth, Broeatel, Rep
• and Terry; ranging in price
• per half dozerrfrom
Rocking Chairs uphol. as above ,
Tete-a-Totes, uphol. as above,
• „ (each) from , 20, 23, 25, 30 to 75
Box or plain Sofas, from 18, 20 to 30
Lounges upholstered in Hair Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da- .
- mask, Sp'ring Seats (eadi) _
from •'• -,-9,110, 11, 12 to 30
• : —WARDROBES
Imitation Walnnt, for $lO,
„12„11, 16 to 30
Ite..Also, side BoardS, Wash Stands, Mat
, iiesses, and in fact everything in the Furni
ture line. The limits of an adiertisZiiieflt
is entirely too narrow to give a full list of .
Furniture made attltis establishment.
CALL & SEE. FOR YOURSELVES,
- - ;?Greeneastle, Pa.
Dec. 1, 1871,
PIM subsnp - 4coulds inform the public
I that he is a I times; prepared to make
to order Gents' Co rsooir, fine Boots, also+
coarse or tine3i'ork•lot I..aidies or Misses, in
chiding thelatest style enlisting Gaiters.—
Repairing&lone at sholtnetrice, and measur
es taken . inpriithieff4enies if desired Shop.
on East 3fairt'Street;'Wthitf room formerly
occupied by J. Elden; .as a flour and feed
store. • , ,
Experienced in Dentistry, will insert you
sets of Teeth at prieei to suit the times.
MITE co-partnership -which ea
3. ketweeon Rouzer & Frantz, at
Pikesville, 'ivas dissolved by ,nintual consent
on the Ist day of March, 1871. The books
'and accounts of the firm are in my hands.
-All persons Indebted'are• 'requested' to 'call
and settle immediately.
XTOTICE •is hereby that the undersigned
1.1 has been appointed asicignee of George
'LiSinger di., Pikes Ville - Franklin Co., Pa.,
under a deed of voluntary assignment for
the benefit of creditors. , .A.ll : persons indebt
ed to the said Gegrge Lisirlger will make
payment, and those having eliiims will pre
sent the same properly-autheireatedfor set
NEW MILLINERY -,STOREI
ES. KATE e STOVER anndunces to
tlll , the Indies ciflyayneshoro''and vicinity
she his•Coir4menCed the Millinery bus
iness in front room , next doiri,to•tlie.• Hard
wire Store of S: 13.,Rinchnit,*nd fish :open
ed out a fill - Iliac of Spring:Anil 'Summer
Goods; - embracing 4 .y11 the latest styles.
• rates are• Invdedtto:call 'and ; e:cnmine
hei-koods; ' ilifyylll.-tf
loAnty :!BIYSINESS‘' ,
rtilia - ''subsertboi-i , etipeartiiiy;aiinimiiices to
the citizenssof„Wayn6.lrOrt, thUtAte has
provided himself with firs - clastmiletrpows
and will continuo tostipPliAll:WW44ll, pat
ronize him, redularlir during-the,4kripg and
summer seasous,intruipg,an4rentig; with
milk and cream, at reasonable rates' for,the
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
• • • VAYNESBOIiO', PA.
Practices in the several Courts of Frariklin
and adjacent Counties.
N. 8.,-:-Real Estate leased and sold, and
Fire Insurance effected-on reasonable terms.
_December 10,1871. •
JOHN A. IIYSSONG,
ATTORZ , f , M' AT LAW,
AVlNGleen•admited to Practice Law
I 7 at the several Courts in Frhirklin Coun
ty, all business entrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to. Post Office address
J. B. ADI33ERSON, X: D.,
PIIYSICEPN AND SURak 4 ,oll 7 ,' -
'Office at, the Waync*oro' "Corner Drug
I'have just bought in the East a choice
utop.k,of goods., . A full, 4 3f:of, -.— ...r•' l
:,,,,. ;, , , , A-7_ ,et• suppl
7, ' . .T,...W.
F....tata-31. ti Mullis' seslindliiyinpul,Dried
In the way of Pare Spices arid baking ar- '
ticluilarievally,tand flavoring .articles, ikc.,l
the qualityrUtancrs unsurpartickcA-DA not .
forget to look at our 10 cent and levy:stigare. ,
lam prolitiedlxikeep with the market. . '
CHEESE:—,The. - .Very best quality onland
GRAGRERISAF ALL lIINDSA
I get my goods from the factory of
James Mason' and Co. ' Have many differ
ent kinds. The new - 6i thing out is the
"Imperial.". - . •
FRESH ,AND SALTED-FISH:-
The Fish department we keep - up !fulValid'
will play second fiddler to none. Ail thro'
the proper season we get' string, fish, iced
shad and herrilig. We' sell sound fish and
sell tlf Ttt that - the
ALIT,Crs . reason we sell
them fast. 4 4 ustbmers , wantitigpne
100 ,waited :on with the -stqlle nlakrity.--
Housekeepers• .wanting .to lay in, a supply
for the summer should buy very soon.
35, 33, 40, 45, to 60
' 60, 75, to, 83
I now have in store and for sale a choice
quarters, at about one-half the price per lb.
of bacon. There is nothing else so cheap in
the,-provision z ltackeral.-,l.ake,a
note.of:this:', • •
GLASSWARE.—Look at the gobletk.turti
' biers, sets, small dishes.
. •QUEENSWARE.—tiInuute: ware. ,of7tli
very 'best' make ' im.
ported' in tea sett-and- ,
by the dOzen and half
dozen. Also a large
stock of common Teas
NOTIONS AND SUNDRIES.--Baskets,
buckets, brooms, tubs,
soaps, clothes •
-pins, pocket book's, es
chewing tobacco and,
I ask the public to call and examine.—
Will abirays try to make the prices suit cash
April 20, 1871,
," $7,50 to 9
9, 10;12 to 15
25 to 75
9 to 15
rgrALI;DS DON'T DESPAnt •. 4 -
Thousand will timid Mier and'
thousandsurn to this Medi- -(4ls-• s
. . eine, niter exhaustingthelrpurses , „. • •
' • •and patience-In search ofloalth. •
tilddlnela o bests - hdullnereardirteht. •
breath, coatecttougue. loss otappethe, pains an weak:
nets In the stomach, enlargement of the Ilver: Tann'
n ow_aftaag-oc_eretst rover entUldrati_willtnlctla:_ I
dlsrellah for business, ples.tura or, any hind of employ
ment. FAHICOLY'S PANAVA, if taken and persevered
In fora few days, will remove this,whole class of span).
toms. The fluids oLthe body bccolus;purn, and mud
clear; the stomach strengthened, tha , tongue clean, the
appetite improved, and the whole system so benefited
that dlscaac,ln.bad istathor, Is pas liable to afflict you.
Dr. P. FAHRNEY'S
11001, ticanserlit Ploacoa.,
As a medleine for Children, the Panacea Is, In every
way, calculated to Sake the place of the, endless variety
of dams which aro annually sold Tor that purpose, and
which are often very Injurious. A. medicine which pos
qualties of,a catAarlic as nell asikpilid alter
ative', and which} Iscqpable of arreatteg tlllecteleritfibdr
the least !alley to pa dill d,_43 of irealcylable value to;
every mother. As a entlintiKit is very effective, yet IC
41043 not, I t f6iven In proper (mantilla',
cause mama or
didaeas to o stomach or bowels..lt ls verypleasant
to tab tas which is ..a veep important feature as a
medicine for'chfidr en. dis ee3o It Is
unprecedented, air directly epee the live or
garment utopa:Kt.., In all acrothlondifeases, Is the
h00d.., to the
If given regularliriand lagir,l'hose empttse dia.
casegw. .. , . glitoCh hireiliWlY,beenaltVeraMealid.
4' ~ )• ' opatedlivlP,qattnley.lallrop. tt ..
. '. • Cm., ia , AV yneshore, Pa, and Pr , P ,
. : i f f rxmoultr. so :Nonh,;Dcalboro V:
• St,pnt . paao; •PrlceAl.,„%per ottle, \\4s
. f o r Nam bv . 'nentitrAwo each , 441.110. 1 -- -00
--; • • dedeetz—Ara , b7 ., • • . ....
F. Forthmark, 4. B. Ambersou, AL D. and,
Dr. A.'.51 Bonbralre, Waynesboro'; Rouser'
er.Duhrxruuz, (.Dec. 80,37.1-Iy.
- 110111 IS TES FOR. Mt
1 - 01-IN FORD in returning thatiks to the
imblid for theirpatronage announces that;
lie intends removing his shop to the Base
ment of Walker's - Building i (and not leav-. ,
ing town 'as is the belief of many) where he
intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS' a usual."
All perSomi - knowing' themselves indebted.
to me will please call and settle their ae.--'
counts immediately, NO pay cash for my
stock and • must! 'have - my money. Don't
wantdo see the fate of that unwelcome visi-,
tor, the Deputy from `FortFletchor," prowl
ing about my-shop seeking ' whom le may
'devour ? fit. ' •• •
Customers Will therefore find me at the
Basement refered to after the first 'of April s
••• jan 26] ' ' ; JOHN' FORD.
HE undersigned having refitted and ad
ded all the latest improvemJs to his
Mill, (formerly Fnuites).announces to the
public that he is now manufacturing a su
perior article of FAMILY FLOUR, which
will be delivered to persons at market prices.
He has also on -hand. at • supply of
STUFF of all kinds, which he :will, whole
sale or retail at' the Mill, or deliver if de
sired,: at the lowest 'market rates. • Having
refitted his Mill with the most improved .ma
chinery he feels that lie is enabled to give
The highest market price paid for Wheat
delivered at the Mill. • '
COOPER STUFF wanted.
ILITE subscribers announces to 'the public
that they have'opened a Bakery and Con
fectionary on Main street, Waynesboro', op
posite the "Bowden House", where persons
at all times• can be supplied with fresh Bread,
Rolls, Pretzels, all kinds of Sweet Cakes,
wholesale or retail. A full supply of Can
dies, Nuts, Fruits, 'etc., always on hand.—
WECREAM regularly supplied during the
Having erected at considerable expense a
first-class Bake House they are confident that
in this department of their business- they
can give general satisfaction. : They there
fore solkcit a share of public patronage. '
may u--tf SLEAfiIiIAN MORT.
i I-M , to-X i !
TEW subscribers announce to the public
that they lutve now for sale at their Kilns.
Nprtheast-of Waynesboro', a super
ior article orWedd-burnt Litne for Pla.ster
ing,-Whitewashing4Smoibich they will con :
limn) ta laave•enz.hana during tho seas On—
33 ,R; Gl
AL continues the Barberbjg busniess in the
room next door,to 11iT. herd's Grocery Store,
and is at all times prepared to do liair cut
ting, slaaiin: - .4,s harnpooning etc. in the best
style. The patronage of the public is respect
fully solicited. -
Ana. 23 1:i71. W. A. PRICE.
CAM BUREAU!), AT TOE STORE OE
.FAMILY FLOUR, ETC.
WA.YNESBORO', , PA.,
Can be found at all times at his office where
he is prepared to insert teeth on the best,
basis use an the times.
Teeth extracted, without pain by the use of
chloroform, Gather, nitrous oxid_o_gas or the
freezing process, in a manner surpass - IGT,
We the undersigned being acquainted with
A. K. Branisholts for the Vast year, can rec
ommend him to the.public generally to be
rntitn's belffiging "thilrelltistryinllie - tnost
skillful manner. - •
Drs. J. 13. AMBERSON,LN. SNIVELY ,
E. 4.-HERRING T ---.1,31-AIIP-P-LE
. J. J. OELLIG, A. S. DONBItAI
T. D. FRENCH
irgetibacriber-informEk thiHuiblie Viat
e is proprietor of the Buss - line - running
daily between Waynesboro', and G'eeneas
de, heretofore run byiWolfersberger & Ston
er. With good horses ancla first-elasifhtir
horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey tas
sengers to and fro with comfort and conve
His fuss hill leave, lymivsboro', at 61
A.„M.,arrivirig ac 6reenatstle at $;; making
.quick time and sure connection• with the
first Passenger - train at 84 A. M. Leaves
Greeitaistle - at 5 o'clock, - P: M.; arriving at Waynesboro', at 6 45... He is himself Pro
prietor, Centractor and Driver.: Deliver's
castle. All Egpress matter expressed the_
same morning and thri_to_Waykesbero'
the, same day-it T arrives: Perseus' wishing
to 4iend'goods by EXpress .will do—well: by
giving him a call. Persons wishing to go to
Hagerstown should. take this rout. The
train leave - 9 - 10] - .nAlilliconnection with
the Washington County Railroad.
E TAU 1111111,13 11i II II KS
H. WA & BRO.
MANUFACT RERS AND DEALERS IN
. Monuments,, pmb#, .flpacytones;Ac.
WE call attention to , our assortment X
tho above, comprising the newest and
moseapproved,styles. - •
Having the ad antage of .Water-Power,
and a long experience in the -
STONE CUTTING BTJSINESS,
W. A. REID
we are able to fill orders at shortest no
tice and on most reasonable terms. , •
Give us a call at our Yard, near Antietam
Joyfp Turnpike, two miles from thb fernier
place. .Post Office .address, Waynesboro',
-N. It Orders can be lehatthe T llage R'ed
wyl Olive and will receive prompt attention.
.„ 3—tf. H. W. & BRO.
Scrrofulous poison is ono of iiiinnet destruc
tive enemies of our race. Often, this unseen and
unfelt tenant of the organism undermines the con
stitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling or fa
without exciting a - suspicion of its
presence. Again, it seems to - breed infeetion
throughout the body, and then,
on some favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its
hideous forms, either on the auntie° or among tho
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 Sarsaparilla 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 the
use of this SARSAPARILLA: St. Antho
ny's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Byes,
ffiore.Barninniethertimptions or visible ,forme
of',Scrofaloris disease., Also in the more con-,
denied forms tts'Dopepsia, Dropay,:ifearC,'
Disease, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia, and
the various Merinos affections of the muscular
and nervous systems,
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Dis
eases are cured by it, though a long time is re
quired for subduing these obstinate maladies by
any . medicine. But long-continued use of this
medicine will cure the complaint. -Leucorrlicea
or Whites, Uterine 'Ulcerations and Female
Diseases, are commonl y soon relieved and ulti
mutely cured by Its purifying and invigorating,
effect. Minute directions for each case are found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheumatism
and Gout, when caused by accumulations of ex.
traneons matters in theblood, yield quickly to it,
BB also Liver Complaints ,"Torpirlity, Otniges
tionorlssiianUnation of the Liner, and Jau
ndice. when arising, as they often do, from the
rankling poisons in the blood. This SA_RSeltz-
PARIELA is a great restorer for the strength
'and vigor of the system. Those who are Lan
guid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Azunrehonsions or
Fears, or any of the affections symptomatic of
Weakness, will find immediate-relief and con
vinctrialing evidence of its restorative power upon
Dr. L C. £YEU dr CO., Lowell, Mau.,
Practiced and Anatyticai Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DIONXISTS EVERY**RE?
MILE subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the public that he will contin
ne to furnish a prime article of Beef at the
Sellar in the Walke Building on Monday
evening, Tuesday morning, Thursday even
ing and Friday morning, regularly during
the season. Customers also supplied with
Veal and Lamb when desired.
Thankful for past patronage he hopes by
selling nothing but the choicest meats to
merit a continuance of the same. ‹ cr
may 25—tf J. CUNNIX
IE partnership heretofOre exisling 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 T. W. Miller. All persons indebt
ed are requested to call and settle immedia
tely. - • -
The business will hereafter be conducted
by J. W.II.ILLER & CO:
SURVEYING AND CONVEYANCING.
TUE untlersigped • having had some ten
years expenetice as a practical Surveyor
is prepared to do all kinds of Surveyin?
laying out and dividing up lands, also aI I
kinds of writing usually done by Scriveners.
Parties wishing work done can call on, or
address the undersigned at Waynesboro', Pa.
feb 2—tf ' , A. 1.1. STOLE IL
LUMBER, LUMBER,. &c,
The subscriber has for sale Che.st nut Shin
gles, railings, Plastering, Latilfr, i ng
ling Laths, Pine nnber from a half to one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished
to order. Also, Oak, Pine and Chestnut
Wood by the load Ar sale on Ilse
Jur+ nk:o La, lbi vale.
April :!.3 tr. . A:
Gi 'EMS .11.100116
reputation this eta
t medicine eloya,
rod &OM its autos,
of which are truly
where the eate
ed e saturated wit n h
ption, have been
ed and mired by it.
Moue affections and
ted by the scrota-
ye peen radically
abrtost every aec.-
lees. _ _
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. 17ir.a.Mr/31. 1
VINEGAR - BITTERS
- Htuffitelltdr.Thmandoribr, a
Dcior testimony to their Wonder-03.
oo ful Curatlyo Moto.. _ E
f WHAT ARE THEY? g: - et F.'
- rg-BY Artgjrg.A.7 l lA
fia FANCY' uRINK::O3
Endo of Poor hunt, Whisker, Prouf Spirits
. 1.101190 Lioutkiro doctored, o .Icod and stood>
cited t., taccso Go ttzte," called " onlcs,""apportz•
crr,"' Lent orcrp 4 r. I.'s . .,.RatirplAo tippler, optn
• drankenner3 nncl ruin, brthr.ro Una Mallettu3, made.
from tto=3l3 Roolihnct Rcrts Cull.fornla, free
• (mica Cl 4 !Vico:2llin titlealnlants./ They are the
tif T BLOOD PUItIVIER and A LIFII
I'IZINCIPLE pertect Renovator and'
/avlz•orator of the Sr..tcfm, carrying off all polsonona
.c.attu nntl rostorfac a blopod to hcalltlyconflitlpn.
percon can tato thcau Litt= '.ciccording
^ht , 11c - "
ion mil remain long unwell. •
6100 wiapo given for an Incurable etiSci, provided
'the 'bone' s..cr ferdc..troyeei y Atittel 111118breP
other means, and the vital erg= wasted boyond tho
point of repair. • . • • -- • r - • -
For Inflaranntter;:i nnd , ChrVii.4l Mfietur.a.
ifs= and Gout, Dyspepsia, ur - Iningestion.
131liou s, ,Itemitt cut and lutcriakttc.nt Fevers
sencorm of "the Biond i .% Liver, Kidneys, and
— tiladdan - thuso - Vittererbuvo - Imen - rtiost - sncecr
--fur Bach -Diseases . = vitiee4 - b7-Vittcted-
Ood. which Is generally produced by derangement
tho Ditresavo °ram& ' - - •
DISTMPSIA: OK `II'NI:IGESTION, /Tenet
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, ilitirzr,factUtDidis of the Stomach,
ofSiegcart, Dillammat„lop,ig,ttobaais t j'Ap„in the
regions' ot. that E.ldncys. Linda huadrad, ottict.palliful
-symptoms;rc - thc - uffsprituru, of - Dyspepsia.
They lavizornta the Stomackand slitatdato Via
pfd liver and bowels, which resderthem of unequalled
eacacy in cleansing, AM blood of allimposities, and
Imparting new llfomml. vigor to the wholersystem.
FOH. DISHASES,Ernptions, Tettcr, Balt
rheum, 'Blotches, Spots, Pimples, rustulcs,Bolls, Cmr
honoree. Hing-Wbrms, Scald-Ilead, Sore Hyts;Erysifk•
cies, Itch, Emilia, Blscoliiitions of the Skin, Humors
nag. Hlscesciof tbe r ikip,oLzloatoy_qtpmx_iaoyjuit,M,
are Literally dur, Up and carried out of the system In a
shore-time by thanes of theso•Ditters,-One bottle 4n
inch eases will convince the most Incredulous of their
curative effect. • • - •• •
Cleaned the Vitiated Blood whenever you find 14
impurities bursting , through tho skin laPimples,EraP.
liens or Sores ; cleanse it when you troll it obstructed
and sluggish in the veins; cicanso It when it afoul,
and your feelings wig tell you when. Mien the blood
pare and the health of tho system will • -
PM,, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking In no
system of oo many thousands, are.cdoctually destroy
ed and removed. For fall directions, read carcfully
If6 - elreatal — tuutiii - d — culrbattle, plintW• -- ferfaur tan.
French and §paiish.
B It IttaBONAL.IX_&-Ct.
Druggists and Geri. Agents, San Francisco,
- Aga'll2 And SrCateniereis Street, New - Mr. -
rErsoLti IMF ALL' DRUGGISTS AtkTD DEALERS.
Next door to the Town 11uU, has sow.pn
hand a line assortment of
Celected by hiinself with great care. A
large and. well selected assortment of •
WATCHES, Swifis; Euglisly& Amerk!an
manufacturc : ...
cheaper than ever beffor-Tobt-itt,Wayries
bum, all`the.late,d.styles`.ke'pt constalltly on
'hand. •Eyery - variety oil; Cidrßuttims. A
fine assortment ': -
• lINGER AND' - kW
Solid :Geld. --Engageirient :edid; 18VAL
111.1q35; . Silver 'll4mbles and Shields, Cas
tors; Forks, and Spoons, Salt Cellars;Thater
KuivO, of celebrated .Roger .M.inufacl
•"' tnre, at reduced rates. •
SPECTACLES to suit everybody's . eyes
New glasses pnt in ()lir frames:.l - K-B-Cluelts,
Watelies and•Jewelxy.pramptly and neatly
repaired and warranted
Next door- to the Town Hall, under the
Photograph Gallery. July a 1:•
NiEW GIODW NEW anal,
tiL TIOPt ViTORE il
THE subscriber announces to his 'custo
mers and the public that he hasreturned
.from the East with a fine stock of
SPRING AND SUM3IER DRY GOODS, •
Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Glass
ware, Oils, Paints, I fats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Notions, and other goods such as are'
Usual! kept iii well regulated country stores',
all of which will be sold clump for the CASH !
Persons in want of any article in his line
are invited to call and examine' his stork
and learn his prices, us his object is to-make
"quick salei at short lwolit." Ills stock em
braces Drugs and Pident yedicincs, includ
ing the celebrated Fahrney Panacea.
Mt. Ilope, up 6-tt_f_l‘l.- 11. BROWN.
A large Merchant Mill, situate in liarford
COunty, Md., about .L miles froth Edge
wood,- on the Phil's. Wil. & Balt. R. R., has
4 ran of Burrs, with cap•tcity of 20,000 bar
rels, which with a mall outlay can be' in
creased to 30,000 barrels. 'Also, a line farm
adjoining the mill,Acontaining 340 acres, 200
of which is cleared, and in a high state of
cultivation. There are three houses on the
thrtu, also, barn, stable,!corn horse, &e.
E. J. SNOW &
• No. 10 Spears Wharf, Balt., .71J11.
May 4 3m.
FOR S .A_ 2_l = _
TIE subscriber offers for sale 3101:TIC
IL ED CHESNUT POSTS lbr Post and Hail
or Mailing fence. Also Locust Posts for chit
ey kind of fencing; Ile is also grepared to
supply the pUblic with burnt Lime um] Corn
by the quantity. • - -
may 11—tf ALEX lIAMILTCa
lifa rivizzt Y aarls
TO THE LADIES!
It. C. L. HOLLINBERGER has just
IY...received a full supply 4,1 - Ike* Millinery
COON & STONEHOUSE :
Respectfully announce to, the public that
they have opened at their store room, On
the South-west corner of the Di:lnland, in
Waynesboro,' a lar'•e and ,well selected
DRY GOdIA, - "
Iron, Steel, Nii - Z . ,oaeliiinikers Goods of ev
ery description, Queensware, Cedarware,
Shoes, Carpeticlollg,..raints, Glass,
Oils, Varnish gr0m5,,,...T71 itt.. , .b_alt, and all
kind ofiGood.4 kept in a well regulated store.
Our goods are all new and fresh and have
been bought- for Kasirat-the•htte-decline
'We flatter ourselves that from our long
:experience in busine&s, and a determinatioit
undsital- inducethents - to buyers WllO desire
,to save moneY: Please call and see for.
\ We have a large and assorted stock:
of staple and l'ancy Dry Goods, embracing
-f ASSIIIERFtS,- SIC„
Stripes; Cheeks,. Ginghams, Linen. and Cot
ton Table Diapers; Vra'st Cali
coes, DelainsiAlpacca.q= r , 2 •
Fancy DRESS GOODS, DRILLINGS,
Shawls Brown and Blea lied She tin , ' an I
utings, Tickings, Linens, Flannels .; White
Goods, Gloves, Ho.ii= and Notions. We
are receiving newgooiTa every week' and
will supply any article wanted thatxe Dave
not on hand a: fox days. ' ' 7
We pay the highest market price .for all
kinds of Country Produce, such as Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Eggs, Dried Fruit, Rags, Sze:
Has a, Complete also tmeiit
- - MISSES AND
BOOTS - SAES - AND GAITERS,
;Call and see goods and get prices
THOMPSON'S "GLOVE -FITTING
• • SIIFTH'S-- '
SCHOOL - -BOOKS AND STATIONARY; . of,
all kinds at - • •
, GA:I S S,
A full stork now ready, , eonsisting of all the
latest styles, SMITH'S.
PAPER COLLARS, GLOVES;
Suspenders, everything in thiteline,at.
Nov. 8,187 Q
NJEWL. EMI, MA NEW' G 00604 t
LATE tiitiES' tiovi. ELEivEI, vi
- 1) ()EBNER WANNA4 , 7I'Iay6 . uksVetien -
I ed at the CoasaCi.o . rmsci STORE, :1 tqlettz,
ilidAine -of*" ' • • ..f - r , `"•••• -• "'
" • " ta)(.lr)S,
embracing - CldtlieK 15r "tiitiii)tis 'grades and
P-14.0. - AN - D.. EANCY CASKlttkats,
latest - styles and best qualities, \lleeskins,
Cheviots, Tweeds, Linen and' Crape Coat
ugs, stylish Vest lArtlernts,-etr.---- •
All of which 'will' be - nuttle'lirorder , with
the best Trimmings :Maltz the best manner.
no sale. "
Paper Coilars, Tics, Bows, Suspenders, Ilos:
icry etc., adwayg on hand.
Contletnen desiring stylish and good fit
ting clothing should give ns a..trial.
BOERNE &. WA YNANT,
S. 1 , .;* Cr. Diamond:
NEW TIN STORE.
/PILE undersigned would most reSpea fully
IL intisrm the eitirenof Waynesboro' taut
vicinity, that he has opened a n6v,TinStore
on East Alain - street, opposite- Stover- 47.
WoWs" Dry Goods emporium.; kabps
constantly on hand a good supply of •
COOK &COAL STOVES,
motzus.:O GLORIES, etc., at prices to •suit
the iimes. All kisids of work done in his
line with neatnesg dispatch, such as
moiling, spouting ansl repairing.- .-You
find it to your interest to give bins a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere. The sign of the
Big Red C,offee Pot, Always on the Prist.:—
Thankful for past avers he hopes for a cob
tinuauce of the same.
CARPETS ! -CARPETS!
I. H. WHITMORE .
has just returned from the cities with tlu
largest and best assortment of.
CARPETS! OIL CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN
WINDOW SIT .DES;
DltUlt(l ET AND CIIISMII cuiTitB
itt;GS AND MATS, CO VEI tLETS,
COUNTERVAN ES, Lti.c.,
ever of eredin Greencastle.
with all Itte liKtures fur putting up
constantly 'on band and made .t.) ordt4
KET'FikAling -lower than an.); ot
in the "lillitY• AC-1)"1::ill rind hear prices.
COA.CI7IMILK.ING - ..,
Tbe 'subscriber announces to his friend;
and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Ftfetory fortne'rly owned by.lsrael
Mess, and is 11QW engaged in the above but—
ines4, on Main street, at the East end of
11raytieshoro. flaying .a knowledge of the
lmsiness, and employing none but the best
workmen, and by strict tattent tot' to bot,i
litss he hopes to merit. a share of II:aro:414;e.
All kintlof new -work on hand orders tilted
Jan. 14 If. GEO". B. HAWKER'
BA R., it - w - A.. - ir m D
will pay the highest market Price f‘lr t. 41
cord:: of Rock and Black Oak Bo l l;
;~t llteii 'Tannery in Wayueshoro.
takt . ll iit lutcl n • eighc•d at
be cellar of C. Ratites' Shoe' Store, for Xtii: ti
the highest market. price will be paid.
April. 210870.- .
wirontA.s . 3. VILBERT,
A x.1) ... .. , x;ENT FO
;VI ( - AC II fliTZi
Town Ball storii