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.s. BOBS Kl,
:PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
• • •
ze''Physicians dcalt with at 20 pei
cent. 'discount. '
WAYNESBORO' PIOT= 71t121121TG,
2arcli27, 1871- Waynesboro', Pa.
Xi , J - O.A.ST:M2D .AZJIV-E1
The following record- ofone day's accidents,
all from the same cause, viz : the use• of in
taken,fron:rthe Phil. -
phia Ledg e r qf a recent date:
"The'alarm'of fire, last•evening,, at 7 o'-
clock, was caused by the burning of the
dwelling, corner of 16th and Poplar, result
ing from the explosion of a coal oil- 'lamp.--;
Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story. of
the dwelling had retired to her department,
a few moments before the discovery of 'the
.fire. On entering her room, she was found
lying-on, the floor, wrapped in flames."
"About - 7-o'clock-yesterday-in orninw - a
coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexan
der, who lives on Cowslip
o was severely.barned.
"Margaret Collig,an, residingin the rearof
618 South st., was burned by the explosion
of a coal oil lamy, .' 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."
411 such fearful accidents,resultinein death
and the destruction of valuable property,
maybeavoided by using "0tt.R.5011".5 STEL
LAR OIL," which is known to be a perfect
lv safe and reliable illuminator. It is for sale
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Waynesboro%
Christianklood, Quincy. [feb 2-1871.
ALIZZA. GOOD. MATIIEW METCALF.
USN ARO RACTORY
MST WHAT YOU WANT
T: At:Prices to snit Time and Quality!
WORK WARRANTED' lir
sfoorro.:-.4hiek Sales and small Proffits.
We will furnish anything wanted in our
line of business
- - . ; SASH, DOORS, •
• MANTLES, • •
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
We also contract for continued Bail Stair
Ways, Newel's Bannisters, &c. &c. furnish.to
order or put into buildings by the best of
workmen; Sawing, Chopping, Poast Boring,
grinding„Turning, & c. &c. In short any
thing you want cal for it, if not on hand we
grill make it. As reference ve can show you
buildings in the country or in Waynesboro'
where you can judge for yourselves, (we
can't recommend material, it must recom
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. 11 miles South of 'l7a7nerbnro', Pa.
GOOD & MiITCALF,
may 18 1871.
P. 8. We are also prepared to furnish
Framing material at comparatively le5lV rntes.
G. & M.
Located Montgomery Coun
. THE - ACADEMIC DEPART:ITV :
[FORMERLY FREELAND SEMINAR].]
A Fir.:t-class English, Mathematical and
, Classical Boarding School for
"rlar'the':iminediate Tuition and :Nfanage
meat of the faculty of the college.
• TEEMS MODERATE.
r - AII necessary expenses, including Tuition,
13: , arding, Wahl Books, &E.., not exceed
ing:.s23o a year.
THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT
will be distinct from the academic, and will
f!: , rd all the advantages of h full college
e,•are in the usual higher branches of study,
;11 , 1; , r the direction of a Faculty of six
.The• Academic Year for both Depart
meats will be divided into the following
three terms:—Tile School opening:with the
v.rin, September 0, 1870 to December
22. Winter term, January 4, I§7l to April
:). SprEng term, April 12 to July 1871.
- FA yr farther information apply to
her. J. H. A. BOMBERGER, D. D.,
Pret;icleut of 17i-sinus College,
F7E:eland, Montgomery Comity, 'Pa.
,T1:•ly 30 tf.
• LITE - RI! LIVERY !
lindersigned.inforins the public gen
-2.11 eraliv that he has purchased the Livery
lu.rn.,tc , f6re owned by Frank. Weisrley, anti
fully prepared to meet the vs...tnts of the
co.:um:linty in his line of bnsiness.
He has Ind all his carriages neatly re
paired and refitted, and, his horses are safe
gentle and fast-tra.vellers., Parties conveyed
t o any pointdesired. accompanied by a care
Otlice at the :Waynesboro' notel., where
f•rt attentive hostler wilflie iti attendattee at
h•-ttirs of the night and day. ef
tort .:Y4ll he spared to aczentraogr.te all who
.St • ran ize hint:
g ` dill
J, BURNS AMBERSON, M. D.,
• CORNER DRVG.ISTORE
1491,121=0, owl boa gon*ced.
Ve t af th e beetjEttatlV PAZDID ME
DI ES of all 6, PURE WRITE
LEAD awl - COLORS OIL TURPENTINE,
ISt cow= DRUG STORE.
B• I SIEtEB, - (XIMBSi - POCItET - 1300ES, • •
tors, Pen.knives, Stationery, Soaps, Perfum
ery, Toilet and Fancy' Goods, etc., full or
DESIBABLr, in every household, Pure
Baking Material You can always got the
PURE GROUND SPICES
-CORNER DRUG STORE
15 different kinds at
TIIE,CORNER DRUG STORE.
AMBERSONS Vegelable Vermi•
eide. The best remedy for worms. SAFE,
RELIABLE AND PALATABLE.
WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, and GIN
. for medicinal purposes at
- . -- THE - CORNER - DRIUG - STORM
THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
Get gout Presdriptions filled by
DR. J. BURNS AMBERSON.
NEW•GOODS ! NEW GOODS!
girt. subseriber announces to the citizens
.L of . Ringgold and vicinity that ho Las re•
turned from tLe Bast - with a stock of
for Ladies, 'Miens and Children, embracing
all styles ; also gaiters, shoes, etc., for Men
and Boys: lie has also Groceries for sale,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrups and Spices.
He continues to manufacture to order
men's Boot and Shoe and ladies and chil
dren's work of all kinds.
He returns thank for past favors and asks
a continuance of public patronage in the fu
Ringg,old, May, 11, 11. V. STEWART.
PATENTED SEPT. 21 11369
The nori;• of this machine consists in
part, in the attachment of curved knives
to the arms of the cutting-wheel, the shear
ing cut across/the mouth-piece, the great
power and dirbetness of the blow, by which
treble the volume of material is cut, 'with
less power than is required by any other
machine ; those combined ,with its durabil
ity and simplicity of construction, command
public attention. Nothing liable to get out
of order, but what a boy could remedy with
14 . 130c1:et wrench.
Persons in want of machines of this de
scription will`do welllby upon or ad
dressing the 'undersigned. Good end•res
ponsible agents wanted to sell machines and
The dbove — Machine is now on exhibition
at the Waynesboro' Manufacturing Compa
ny's Office. Persons interested should call
and examine it, for it is what every farmer
sho•ild have. H. C. GILBERT,
%find: P. Srot:r•FFn, Proprietor,
Agent. Waynesbora' Pa.
July 14, tf
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
WA YNESBORO', P.J.,
INSURES 4.0.i15.5T LOSS OR DAMAGE BY
IP' I Mt ""Mi
On all safe clasl property at reasonable rates
W. S. AMBERSON, Pre4ident
SIMON' LiL•cruDN, Vice Pre,3ident.
Jos. Douutfis,` SECRETARY. .
• DI R EnT I:4R s :
W. S. A.mberson. Sitlion Leoron,
Lewis S. Forney, Jacob Co rbaugh,
Joe. Douelas, - ' Jos. Price,
Jacob J. 'aliller, Jos. W. 31iller,
Benj. E. Punk, D. B. Russell,
Len Sanders. Jacob Good.
juno 16,':03 "Waynesboro', Pa.
SAD AND lIERRING.—Mess. shad and I
Potomac Jierriugjn bbl.s. for gale by
We would invite your attention tuour
wbieb is large and varied and consists in
part of ' .
SZLK muss MOHAIR%
Black and Colored Alispaems, Japanese
Poplins, Japanese Silk Robes,.Black Gro
XISNE ORDAIN, BEAUTIFUL PLAID ;
VAR= CITY POPLINS,
West End Martell° Cloth, Troy Coon Eeppe;
an elegant Rapper \ Groode,
and Embroideries, Hosiery and Gloves,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS,
&e.; Plain and Faney - Cassimeres and
C T.J r l l l4. S
(now style) Ladies' Basting Gaiters and Mo
rocco Shoes. ,
GROCERIES i GROCERIES I
Rio, Laqnyra and roasted Coffees, New Or
leans Poitorieeo Sugars,Riee,_Cheese_Oron
Stone and China ware," Queenswaro -of
kinds,Glassware in endless variety ; Wood
and villow ware; Venitian, 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
se-Examine our prim ond judge for
April 13, '7l.
BBERSON BENEDICT & CO'S
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR SEC
ORM a sUMMERI nous,
To whic • your attention. 'We are
now py^. t .ured to •,..„1 kinds of Dry Goods,
,Gueensw: Notions, at a
mue • lower price than they • ve been sold
for several years.
Calicoes and Lawns,
Mens Wear of all kinds,
Rag, Imported and Girthing Carpet s
Everything needed in the Clothing_Lme,
Delaines, Shoes, Boots & Summer Hats;
Oil Cloths for Floor and Table,
Boys & Misses summer wear,
Ntions of all kinds,
Cuffs & Collars,
Neck Tics, Coftonades,
P Jeans et Tweeds, Table Diapers,
Laces and Insertings,
Elastic and Garter Braids. •
Domestic and French . Ginghams,
Irish, Blay and Coat Linen, .
Cassimereit and Cloths
Our prices are low,
_Give us a call and we will try to =corn
'modate in everything.
AMBEESON, BENEDICT i A CO.
Chow Poplins, Plaid Toin,
PRICE & noulics.
OND SUPPLY OF
MILLER & Co's
MILLER do c_G. have jyst 0 tied
fittrib4lreretetoeMN-P - Allag •
ruse ,selectoilor the home trade, and con
slots of alt the styles of Foreign and Donee
- Dty, Goods, , tie, For -the _Labs the)?
have a large stork 084. the late style Dress
and Fancy Goode.
14 - ohitirs' , Swieser ,
A nice assortment of Spring Shawls, Lace
Collars, Fans, Parasols, Corsets, Chignons,
A fUll line of Gents Furnishing Goods of
every style and quality:
Coatings and Vesting.s for Spring and Sum
mer; Also, Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs,
Bows, Scarfs, Ties, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspen•
dors, Cuffs, &c.
a. I ? fr ( „
Inwrted,Bag and_Cottage Carpetti_
ble, Floor and Stair Oil Cloth; Baautif
styles Oil Window Shades.
A full stock of Primo GROCERIES;
Lewis' and Deaths & 'Miller's White Lead
-Linseed ; Tanners-and-Coal - 01 — Window
Glass and Putty t and in fact everything that
is usually found in a first-class country store,
All persons desiring to purchase are re
quested to call and examine goods and pri
ces. No trouble to show goods..
' April 27, 1871 ; & CO.
r4t l OMlC=9lnflk - Al
CLEANER; DAGGER AND POWERS
No implement' more important to the
farmer than a First-class Grain Thsher and
Cleaner-4or none•paya him so well and so
The above cut shows the only Geiser Ma
chine. now built under the immediate eye
of the old inventors themselves, with all the
additional improvements made during the
past 18 years, and now with
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN Sr. MATERIAL
this Machine just stands.high above all of
its class. As a thresher it is equal to the
best, as a cleaner it is superior to any exist
ing Machine. This is admitted by all hon
est competitors. Indeed it is the only Ma
chine that really can, by one operation,
thoroughly thresh and clean mita fit for
market. But the fact that grain krect, from
this machine commands .from 2 to 3 cents a
bushel more than grain direct from any oth
er machine, settles the question of itasupe
riority as a cleaner over all others. Impar
tial judges at all the State and County lairs
where it was thoroughly and practically
tested, in competition with other leading
machines, always agree that it is more sitn
ple—more easily understood and 'operated
by those unskilled ih machinery—more du
rable—threshing as much and - yet cleaning
better—with less power and more comfort
to hands than any other machine in use—
and besides all that is 'sold for less money
according to capacity. These facts are
farther attested by the thousands of pur
chasers, some of whom have had them in
use for the last 18, years. To supply . the
wants of all, we now make 4 sizes, viz:—
From a 2 Horse Railway or 3 Horse Lever
Power, to alO Horse Lever Power,, with
prices ranging from $l9O to $360, without
power. We also make the latest impproved
triple-geared Horse Powers, suitable for
each size machine, ranging from $9O to $135,
and all fully and fairly warranted. For
further information send for circular and
Responsible Agents in Territory not in
THE GEISER MANUFAC'G CO.,
WAYNESBORO% Franklin County,
Jan. 21-tf ' .Fennsylvania.
WAYNESBORO' COACH FACTORY!
f EO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
Ur from the firm of Adams ik Hawker the
subscriber informs the public that he con
tinues the Coachmaking business in all its
branches, atthe old stand. He will at all
times have a supply of new Buggies, differ
ent kinds, on hand ; also second-handed ve
hicles. Repairing done at short notice.—
lie uses the best material and employs good
mechanics. He returns his thanks to the
public for their liberal patronage, and by
attention to business and a disposition to
accommodate hopes to merit a liberal share
of the same in the future.
Jan. 14-tf JACOB ADAMS.
11 MEN WILBUR
• UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and
SEWING MACHINES I - ..
825 cheaper than any other.
For Simplicity, Durability and Beauty;
they stand unrivalled. fiorgtitching, 'Hem
ming Tucking. Felling, Quilting, Cording.
Binding, Braiding, Gathering, 'Gathering &
Sewing on gathers, they are unexcelled.—
S. E. Corner Diamond
Mar. 30, IST1: Waynesboro', Pa.
CONCAVE CONVEX' spectncles, at
coos P r i i i:DVMS
(warranted to give 'satisfaction.)
HOUSE Pt WISHING GOODS
KNIVES AND 'PORES,
LAEGE mcm , cOPPER-Kr.rr - .
And ether usdful articles at the sign of the
BIG RED HORN, Waynesboro', Pa., where
a large assortment of
COOS STOVES, •
• PARLOR STOVES, -
COAL STOVES &c.,
of the latest improvements, the very best in
the niarket; it the Cheap Tin and Stove
Sold - at Retail by
D. B. RUSSELL .sc SON;
Sign of the Big Red Horn,
• . Waynesboro', ra.
made of the best Tin in the market,' and
warranted at the sign of the
"BIG RED HORN"
D. B. RUSSELL keeps constantly on hand
a large assortment of all, House-Furnishing
Goods for sale .cheap. Pare Nb. 1 Kero
sene Oil and a huge assortment of Lamps.
WASHING MADE EASY ! •
by calling at the sign of the "Big Red Horn'
and getting the best Clothes Wringer ever
Persons in want of Stoves Tinware,
House Furnishing Goode r &c. dc.,-can get
full value for their money by calling on
' B. RUSSELL, & SON,
Sign of the "Big Red Horn,"
CAVE TOVB Irtllrt
D:R Y : 11 1 ,0 U S E.,
PATTENTED JANUARY 21st 1868:
This is the best:Dry llogse ever °gored to
IS:dries Fruitin:half the time-regnired by
theold.method. . ,
it!dries uniformly and perfectly,
The fruit dried by it retains mere of the
It is easily managed.
It saves fuel.
It is, durabl&and portable.
It has 24 feet of drying surface.
Call and_seethern at the sign of the
BIG RED HORN
and leave your for theta.
March 24, 1870.
D. B. RUSSELL & SON.
iii_ Oil 11
COME AND SEE
THE L A. OELLIG
-E Z T RACTCATAWBA
4 Pills are the most delightfully pleas
)urpnve, supernsding,caster oiV salts,
Le stomach. They give tone, and
nher nausea or gripping,
composed of the Arat ingredients.
tew days' use of them, such aninvig
)f the entire system takes
(elinbold'a o CompoundlluidExtracts
‘GraprPills are not sum-coated,
fact that, sugarrcoated Pills do not
but pamthroughthe stomach with;
dVing, commonly *mot produce
nedLeffect. ATAWILV I;itart,
,oelzu; pleasant in tome • • •• •
fcesidtate , theg iti V a miNvated.--
RORY T. EIELDEBOLDI •
MILT CONCENTATZD COMMIND
W e n y c g . .F . TA CTS SARS
Scro Efri.l%llls, Fever Sores, Veers Sore
„Eyes, Sore , Sore Mouth, Sore Head,
Brouchitk, Diseases, Salt Rheum, Can
kers, Runulgs ' from the Ear, White' Swell
ings, Tumors, Cancerous Affections, Nodes,
Rickets, Glanduler Swelling Night Sweats,
Rath, Tenor, Humors of all ' kinds, Chronic
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and all &seises that
have been established in the system for
Being prepared.expressly for the above
complaints its Blood-purifying propertiesaxe
greater than any other preparation of Sarsa
rilla. It gives the complexion a clear and
thrcolur and re - Wore - S - 4. e pa ent to -a
state of Health and Purity. .For purifying
the Blood,remnving all Chronic -constitu
tional diseases arising from an impure state
of the Blood, and the only reliable and ef
fectual known remedy for the etire of Pains
and swelling of the bones,Vlcerations ofthe
Throat and Legs, Blotches, }lmpels on the
Face, Erysipelas, lifittnll; Scaly .Eruptions of
the Skin, and butitrint-lhe complexion.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
OOD EXEIp_CT BUCHU
THE GREA t T•DiERETHI
has cured every casdiarDisbetes in which it ,
has .beeri given, IrrithtiOn of the neck of the
Bladder and inliamatiortofthe Kidneys, Ul
ceration of the Kidneys and Bladder; Reten
don of Urine, disease ofthe Prostrate Gland,
Stone in the Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick
dust Deposit, and Mica's or Milky Dis
-ch . - iid—for--Enfeoble-Delicate
Co .slutions for both Sexes, attended with
the cawing symptoms. Indisposition to
Exe on, Loss of power loss of Memory,
Difficulty ofbreattung,Wealt Neries,Trembl-•
ing, Horror of Disease,Weakfulness,Dironess
of Vision, Pain in do Back, Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body; Dryness of the Skin,
Eruption on the Face, Pallid Countenance,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
etc. " •
Used by persons from the age of eighteen
to twenty-live, and from thirty-five or in
the decline or change of life; after• confine
ment or labor pains; bed-wettuig in children.
Helmbold's Extract Buehu is Diuretic and
'Blood purifying, and cures all diseases-aris
ing from habits of Dissipation, and Exccses
and Imprudence in Life; Impurities of the
Blood, etc., Superseding Cepa - cis in -Affec
tions for which it is used, and Syphilitic Af
feetions—in these disease used in connection
with Relmbold's Rose Wash.
In MCI y affections *Witt!. to Ladies, the
Extract Buchn is uneaclueled branT , ether
remedy—as in Chlorosm or Retention, Ir
regularity Painfulness orSnppression of Cus•
ternary Lvacuations 'Ulcerated or - Schirius
state of the trteres, Leucorihtea or Whites,
Sterility,an4 for an compltdasincicadent to
the Sex, whether arising from, Indiscretion
of habitsofDissipation. It is prescribed-ex
tensively by the most eminent - Physicians
ann Midwives fir Enfeebled. and - Delicate
Constitution, of both Series and all ages (at
tended with any of the above Diseases or
,1-1. T.' HELMBOLD'S E/IRACT
EUCHU CURES DISEASES AILISEs'G
FROM IMPRUDENCE, ,
HABITS OF DISS/PATION;Eic.,
in-all their stages, at little expense, little or
no change in diet, no inconvenience 2 ,and no
exposure. It causes a frequent desire, and
gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing
Obstructions,:Preventin c , ,, and Curing Stric
tures of the Uretha, allaying Pain andin
firtmation, so frequent bithisclasnof disease,
expellingall Poisonous .matter.
ÜBE Ibrutuoup's Ezra/ter Buena for •all
Affections and Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female,
from whatever cause originating, and no
matter of how long standing. Price, $1.50'
H. TZHEIXBOLD'SLIIPROVED ROSt
cannot be:simpased as a Face Wash, and
will be foundlhe only ,specified remedy in
every species of Cutaneous Membrane, Ate.,
dispels Redness and incipient IntlamaUon;
Hives,, Rash, Mouth Patches,,Dryness of the,
Settpl or Skin, rost Bites, and all purposes
for which'Salves Ointments'are used re
stores the skin to a state of purity and soft
ness, and insures continued healthy action
of the tissue of its vessels, on whichdeperids
the agreeable clearness and vivacity. of com
plexion so much sought and admired. But
however valuable as a remedy for existing
defects of the skin, H. Hehnbold'S ,Rose
Wash has long sustained its principle claim
to unbounded patronage, hypossessing qual
ities which render it a Toilet Appendage of
the most Superlative and Congenial charac
ter, combbhung inn elegant formula those
Imminent requisite, Safety and Efficacy—
the invariable accompaniment of its use-as
a Preservative and Refresher of Complex
ion. It is an excellent Lotion for diseases
of the Urinary Organs, arising from ludfits
of dissipation,jused in connection with the
Extract Bachu, Sarsaparilla, and Catawba
Grape Pills, in such diseases as recommend,
Pull_ and explicit directions accompany
the medicine. - • •
Evidence of the most ,respoindble and-re
liable character furnished on appication,
with hundreds of• thousands of living wit
nesses, * end upwards 0f30,000 unsolicited cer
tifiestes and recommendatory letters, many
of which are from highest, •soursesiincluing
eminentwPhysicians, Clergymen, Statesmen,
etc. .The proprietor hei never resorted to
their publication in the newspaper; he does
not do this from the fact that , his articles
rank as Standard:Preparations t rind :do not
need to be proppeA_np by certificates,
H. T. EIDEUMOLMOKNUINt
Delivered to any address. t3ectire from
' Established npWards of twenty year.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.A cidress let
ters foi information, in confidence HENRY
T. HELMBOLD Driwist and Chemist.
Only Depots : H. T H_. ELMBOLD'S Drug
and Chemical Warehouse. No. 594 Broad
way New York, or to H. T.. HELMBOLDB
Medical Depot 104 South Tenth Street,Phil-.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Ask'
HENRY T. HELMBOLVS !, & T.tns aoOrumat
March 2, 1871.
Atiacts Rhubarb and
F.slracO G tau abe Crape ,&ice
ierr-Complsdnte; Jana& ce - ,. Bfllious af
.ons, Sick or Nervous Headache, Cos
ness, etc. Purely Vegetable,. contain-
Mercury, Minerals or Deletereous
Plitt 98-1182 t
ao To nei3ONSEAN#I3"-
. , .
Waymisbora', May 21;1871.
PUNT CAVE 3
SAlt 'ME OLD ADAGE
Well, how and where is the •place to do it?
wherever '-you can use your money -'.
- to the best advantage; - and .--
ion has long lunge givertherialmia .
' the best aud•cheap 7. , ••• "1
est store; all they want is for •
bityers to call and examine their stock .-?•`P'
and convince themselvetrof What they,e*
Oar stock. consists of the following articles;
• dies' Dress Gosida--Sucr 4
MOhairs, . keplins,
• Armuns, • Weines, ",
• English Velveteens, • ,
'.Opera Cloths, , Repellents, ;
• MEN'S WEAR.—.--Cloths, Doeskin!
Cassitheres e Cords,. Sattinetta, Cottonades,
• /Awns, Tweeds, -
in'Lasting and Morticeo, cheap.
Crr Mt CO Cl' MEI 11. X .18:1
We have botigit large, consequently cheap.
'Mt our goods have been-bought at• panic
*ices, consequently we are enabled to k:7
dersell"thosehe bought before the &r It
Ifen,Call and am ! and we will prove _to
you what we say.
ALL 'KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE BOUGHT , AND .SOLD. - _
'June 29, 1871: STOVER WOLFE,
CARSON'S STELLAR OIL !
, • •-
/TIRE alarmimg increase iii-the number of
1 frightful accidents, resulting• in terrible
deaths and destruction of valuable property,
etinsed-by the 'indiscriminatelluse• of offs, •
know under thinameofPetroletun, prOuptir
us to 'call your special attention to au article
which will, wherever used, remove the, cause
of such accidents. We allude "to
CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FOR ILLUMI
The proprietor of this oil has for several •
years felt the necessity of providing for a and
presenting to the public, as a substitute for
the dangerous compounds which are sent
broadcast over the country, an oil that is
safe, brilliant, and entirely ' reliable. After
a long.series.oflaborions and costly experi
ments, he has sac ceded in providing,, and
offers to the public, such a substitute, in .
"CARSON'S STELLAR OIL"
Itsliould b used by every Wilily because
Itissafe beyond a question. The_ primary
purpose in the' preparation of STELLAR
I OIL bas been to imakeit Perfectly Safe, thus •
insuring the livesimdpropeMr of those who
use it. Its present standard of SAFETY
' ed, for upon thhitheproprieter depends fo
sustainim, the high reputation the ST •^
LAR OA new e a = -
•Te prevent the Hon of this of ••••
the explosive Cturipounds now known en ,
the name of kitissurecikul liv"put:'.,:
for Emily use in - five-gallon cane Inch
being sealed and , Stamped lieoh.4ho . -
mark of the proprietor; it cartiWtheref , ' • '
be tampered withhetWeekith.elkOmfactu
and consumer. /done' is . gentdrie - ‘with
It is the duty and -Interest all
of, . .
and customers of illurniruitingnittniuSS.:„;
STELAROIL oninbecause it alortei9a*
to be safe . ararreliable. It is for sale
AmbersonAtenediaik Co.; Waynes
Manon d;:Statler.,* '
41:RM.-Winger. Quincy. •
.1,-GelsriolM Btuthart, Chambersburg. •
..I_4instetter &Co., Greencastle. • •
Ttiomas o.'Grove, Meriersburg.
Jam L. Ritchera, .
JARDEN CO., WHOLESALE AGENTs.
N 0.138 South Front St., Philadelphia.
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