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lriAVlNGleitiled &elders lately . occupied
.in; on Saturday' Augtist 4th, the lamest and
pest,assorted.stoek - of, Staple and Fancy,
X:0 Ck" 0 0 jCI
,ever brought to Waynesboro`, which they
Aire determined to dispose of. at prices that
• will astonishthe oldest inhabitant.
Encouragedliy' the immense 'success of
their business inliagetatown, • where they
Arenniversally, acknowledged as
TffE CHAP STORE!
They have determined on extending their
Anterp.rise'• for the ' accommodation of the
• people of Waynesboro',
Also 3ookout pr those •
SPLENDID CALICOES—AT 10 Cts.
• •Lookout for
BARGAINS IN MUSLINS!
AT CA'LDVVELL & CO'S.
HATS AND CAPS—CHEAP AT
Cadwell & CCes. ,
CHEAPEST BOOTS' AND 'SHOES
ever ofiered, at Caldwell & Co's. .
. COATE'S AND CI.ARK'S Genuine Spool
COttons—only 6 cents.
Lookout for the •
CALDWELL & CO'S.,
NortheaSt Corner Public Square,
' 'WAYNESBORO', PA.;
P 5 West Washington Street, 1,
August :;‘, iB7l
A YALIJAPLE 11011ESTEADI
pmrv - .A.irz
THE subscriber offers her HOMESTEAD,
situate in Washington '.fownship, Frank
lin county, Pa., two miles South of Waynes
boro', along the Pike leading from Waynes
boro' to Leitersburg, containing •
ELEVEN ACRES OF LAND,
online or less. The improvements consist of
a good House, part Stone and part Lou.
Roughcast, one and a half story high, with
Basement. An excellent Stable, Hbg Pen,
built;) Wash House,..l3alte Oven and
Smokehouse, all in. complete order.
A SPRING OF EXCELLENT WATER!
near the,house. Cistern at wash house door,
and all other necessary buildings. Also, a
Fipe young Orchard qf
About SIXTY PEACH ,TREES,:separate
from apple orchard, all in thriving and bear-
A WATER-POWER CONNECTED
with this property that could be turned into
. This is one of the finest and most desira
ble HOMESTEADS in the- neighborhood.—
ida high state of cultivation.
Any person wanting further information,
should call upon' the undersigned, living on
said, property, who will take pleasure. in
showing-the same -and•ulso give Ternis of
July 6, 1871. MARGARET FUNK.
. PUBLIC Zi
m 11E subscriber will sell at Public Sale,
ut liar residence 1-4 of a mile from Mt.
• On Saturday ' the 12th 'day of August; 1871,
the fol'owing•prersonal prdperty, to-wit:
TABEE HEAD YOUNG CATTLE,
1 a young Bull, rising 3 years old, 1 heifer ;
1 three and 1 ,two-horse plough, 1 double
and 1 single shovel plough, 1 cart, 1 heavy
log chain, 1 two-horse' spreader, 1 mixing
trough, one large handrake, one pair shafts,
forks, rakes, shovels, 1 maul and wedges,
2 axes, 1 wood saw and buck, 1 pair steel
yards, 1 manure hook, and a lot old iron.
)51-,0 U.S'E U,Sivii ÜBE',
2 sinks, 1 bedstead, 2 chests, 1 sett 'chairs, 1
rocking chair, 1 .churn and buck, one large
meat vessel; 1 cook stove,"(No. 10,) pipe and
fixtures, 1 rifle, (Johnston's make,) 1 large
wool wheel, tin-ware, fruit jars, buckets,
pots, 2 wasktubs, 1 coffee mill, 2 doughtrays,
and niauy • other articles not necessary to
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said
day, when the terms will be made known.
- MARY SUMMERS.
J.R. SMITH, Auct.
A OESIFIABLE PRIOIERiTY
rrIIE subscribei offers at Private Sale the
f FAIR VIEW' MILL PROPERTY, situ
ate 1 mile Southeast of Waynesboro'. This
property is delightfully situated, the im-,
provements unsurpassed, and the land in a
high state of cultivation. - A more desirable
property of its kind is perhaps not to be
found in the county of Franklin. For par
ticulars address the subscriber'at Pittston,
Pa., or call on W. S. Amberson, in Waynes
July 27-tf. 'DAVID PATTERSON.
/100 D FAMILY FLOUR at J. ELDEN'S
1.. A for Fivz DOLLARS and FJPIT•CENTS per
Barrel, Corn, Oats, Bacon, Coffee, Sugar, Salt,
Lard, Mill Stuff—white and brown—at won
flerfully low priCes for cash—no other terms.
Thankful for past favors, I am determined
to sell low. We have been imposed on long
enough with highprices for flour. So, come
on friends with your Cash and get good flour
cuog.r.u.A. m EDICINE.
R. 'MOREY'S celebrated 'Cholera Med
icine prepared by DA.V/D M. HOOVER. of
Ringgold, Md., can be bad during the sea
son at P. }",.OVETEMAN'S Drug Store, and of
dealers generally. Travelling Agent,
July 27, '71.-titn. IlzwaY MYER&
1 ,t I'l 0 1 .
HE undersigned would most respectfully
inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store
on _East Main street, oPposße • Stover &
Wolff's Dry Goods emporium, and keeps
constantly on hand a, good supply of • •
Wag. & COAL STOVES, •
MORNING GLORIES, etc., at priceslo suit
the times. All kinds of work done in his
line with neatness and dispatch, such as
S and repairing . You will
find it to your interest to give him a call*:
fore purchasing elsewhere. The sign 'of the
Big Red Coffee Pot, Always on the post.—
Thankful for past favors he hopes fora con
firm:lnm of the same.
CLAYTON M. FREY.
GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
HATS for Men anfr Boys ;
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
For Men and Boys Wear.
Ladies Surg Gaiters, -
At very low prices.
Also, Ladies Shoes,
-Latest and Best Styles.
Misses and Childrens Shoes in great varlet y
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, GOLD PINS, HATCH CHAINS
Finger Rings, Charms, Bracelets, and
a great variety of other things
) pertaining to the Jewel
PAPER MARS AND CUFFS„
There is also,
Tobacco, Segars and Snuff,
M. Watches, clocks and Jewelry repaired
at short notice and' warranted.
Thankful for past. favors he hopes by fair
dealing to all to merit a continuance of pub
June 29, 1871
WONDER Or =CHAN
The Most Practical Sewing Machine in the
• THE MCLEAN HOOPED •
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Warranted to - do the whole range
of Family Sewing with more ra
pidity, with more ease of
management and with
less fatigue to the ,
chine now in use.
PRICE FORTY (40) - DOLLARS!
It requires no extra attachment for embroid
ering, Braiding and Gathering. It takes the
thread directly from the spools, thus saving
trouble and economizing time. It requires
but one foot to move the treadle even in sew.:
ing the heaviest fabrics.
It is mane of the best steel, and at all points
of wear case-hardened.
Its chief points are
Quietness of Operation,
Ease of Management,
_Rapidity of Execution,
Stitches or break thread.• •
Having a straight needle and the shortest in
Simp,licity of tension, Ease of managing it.
Einiderang by a mere chtinge of spools.
Braiding, gathering and embroidering with
out attachments; Making the best stitch
for strength and durability. Making the
only stitch sufficiently elastic as not to break
in the ordinory strain of elastic goods.
Its seam being:less liable to rip in use or
wear than the "Shuttle-Stitch," while it can
be nave easily taken out if desired.
ALEX. LEEDS, AGENT,
FARM FOR SALE.
THE subscribeioffers for sale a Farm sit
uate in Washington Township, Franklin
county, Pa., containing
75 ACRES—MORE OR LESS,
of good quality of land, with HOUSE and
Barn and other Buildings; there is good
running' water on . the prmises—a young
Orchard of Aqple and Peach Trees in bear
ing order. This would make a pleasant
home, being .situated in a good neighbor
hood,' close to Mills, Churches and Store.
Any person wishing•to view the property
can do so by calling upon Rodgers, living on
the farm, or the subscriber, in Waynesboro'.
It will be offered at Public Sale in Pilcesville
ON THE 2nd DAY OP SEPTEMBER,
at:l o'clock, if not sold prior to'that date.-
This property will be sold in separate
parts, or in whole to suit purchasers.
Terms will be made known on dayof sale.
July -V-tf. CHRISTIAN STOUFFER.
LOTICE is-hereby given that Letters of
Administration on the estate ofßirza
betb Barnhart, late of Washington Twp.,
deed, .have beengranted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate:will please make immediate
payment, and those having claims against
the same will present themproperly authen
ticated, for settlement.
JACOB J. MILLER,
July 51-6 w,
TAE INGREDIENTS THAT
COMPOSE ROSADALLII3 are
published on everypackage, thine.
fore ktla rota secret, preparation,
PHTBRIANB mum= IT
It is a certain cure for Scrofula,:
SypbilitinAdl its fbrms, Rheuma
tismalkin Diseases, .Liver Com
pint and all- dieemm - of, the.
ONE BOTTLE OF BOOLtDBISS
will' o more good than ten bottles
of the' , Syrups of Sarsaparilla.,
THE UN DERSIONED PHYSICIANS
have wed itcoutaiiiintheirpractigt
for the put three years and freely
endorse it no a reliable:Alterative
and Blood Purifier. • ,
DR. T. 41P17013, 'of Baltimore.. -
DR. T. J. BOYKIN, "
DB. B. W. CARR. "
DR. F. 0. DANNELLY,"
DR. S.S. SPARKS, of Nichblasville,
DR. J. .hicCARTIIA, Columbia,
DR. A. B. NOBLES, Edgecomb, N. C.
USER, AND ENDORSED BY,
I. B. FRENCEL& SONS, Fall Myer,:
F. W. SMITH Jackson, Mich.
A. F. WlLEEf.Ell iii Liout, Ohio.
B. HALL_ „Lima, o.
CRAVEN ' & CO.,
SAINVL.-G.• McFADDEN, - Alurfreett.,
Our space will not pow of any ex
tended remarks in relation to the
virttesof Bosidalis. Tothe Medical
Profession we guarantee a Fluid. Ex
tract superior to any they have ever
used in the treatment of diseased
Blood; and to the afflicted we say try
Rosadalis, and you will be restored
rilActiadatel is' sold by - en Druggists;
price $1.50 per beft.U.k.Address, , -
0.030110 1 :11 CMS
Has now on hand a Full Line of
Look at the List!
Our Motto is not to be undersold
and Kid Gloves, a large stock
of all kincLs Fancy oods and Notions.
of all kinds and varieties
July 27, 1871
Wholesale and Dealer, and Manufac
takes this teethed of infortaii4 his custom
ers'and the pubiielhat he has
REDUCED THE PRICEOF FURNITILKE
from ten to twenty-per` cent. Owing to the
advantages he has over - other manufacturers
he can and will sell Furniture at aless price
than any, other Manufacturer in the State.
HAVING THREE STORE 'ROOMS,
filled with every variety of Furniture, from
a plain, common article, to the finest in use,
he feels warranted in 'saying that he can
please all tastes;
EXAMINE LIST OF PRICES.
Cottage-Imitation of Walnut $5; 6,7, to 8
Solid Walnut 8,9, to 10
Jenny Lind-3-Arch Top Panel,
Walnut " " 14, 16, to 18
" 3-Arch Top Panel,
. . Imitation • . 10, 12, to 14
Round, Corner-foot, 3-Panels Walnut,
Carved • 25 to 20
" " Foot, Oval Panel '
Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 40
Antique-New Style 25, 30, 35, 40, to 60
Fine Antique Chamber Suits,
Full Marble . 130 to 175
Cot Chamber Suits 35, 38, 40, 45, to 60
Solid Walnut Suits 60, 75, to 85
BUREAUS. ' • •
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with Bass,
wood top. - 14, 15, to 16
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
Marble top 17, 18, to 30
Solid :Wal. 4 drawers, with glass
wood top 20, 22, 25, to 32
" " Marble top 25, 30, 32, to 60
Imitation' Walnut 10, 12, to 14
Dining Table, six legs,
Breakfast do., four legs,
Mar. do 20 cliff. paterns,
Extension Tables per foot
Windsor or Wood seats (3-, doz) $5, 6, 7 to 10
ane_icats (Idoz:)-0,10 7 _111,12“o_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 . Seated Chairs Upholstered
in Hair Cloth, Broattel, Rep
• and Terry; ranging in price
per half dozen. froni
Rocking Chairs uphol. as above
Tete-a-Tetes, uphol. as above,
(each) from 20, 22, 25, 30 to 75
Box or plain Sofas, from 18, 20 to 30
Lounges upholstered in Hair Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da
mask, Spring Seats (each)
from 7,8, 0, 10, 11, 12 to 30
Imitation Walnut, for $lO, 12; i 4, 16 to 30
Solid Walnut, for 15, 18, 20, 25 to 60
side'Boards, Wash Stands, Mat
tresses, and in fact everything in the Furni
ture line. The limits of an advertisement
is entirely too narrow to give a full list of
Furniture made at this establishment.
CALL & SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
139—Remember the place,
• ' I. H. WHITMORE,
Dec. 1, 1871
3ZE 10 3, 1 C! X .117 - .MI ;
GO TO FOURTEMAPS
Waynesboro', May 21, 1871.
Ma X 71i
TiE subscribers announce to the public
ttat they have now for sale at their
*miles Northeast of Waynesboro', a super
ior article of Wood-burnt Lime for Plaster
ing, Whitewashing &c., - which they will con
tinue to have on hand during tha season.—
Terms reasonable. '
feb 23-6m] • HESS & BRO.
OT Scrubbing Brushes—sold cheap—
.lJ Shoe Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Cot
ton Wash Lines, Bed. Cords, painted Buck
ets, School ' and Market Baskets, Crystal
Soap for washing paints—it has no eciuul.
June 29. ' W. - A. REID.
fIOXVEX CNOCATE spectacles. at.
NJ ALEX. LEEDS
L H. WHITMORE,
$7,56 to 9
5 to 6
9, 10, 12 to 15
2 to 3
. X-s X 3IE MI S
CAN BE HEARD AT THE STORE OF
117 A:. 12.:M ID
I have just bought in the 'East a choice
stock of goods. A. full supply of
RICE, WHITE SUGARS,
(Coffee, cracked loaf arid pulverized.)
P. R. and N. 0. Molasses and Syrups, Dried
Fruit, Sugar-Cured Hams, Smoked Beef &c.,
In the way of Pure Spices and baking ar
ticles generally, and flavoring articles, &c.,
the quality stands unsurpassed. Do not
forget to look at our 10 cent and levy sugars.
I am prepared to. keep with the market.
CHEESE.—The very best quality on hand
winter and summer.
GRAaItERS DE Mil King
I "get my goods fresh from the factory of
James Mason and Co. Have many differ
ent kinds. The newest thing out is the
FRESH AND SALTED FISH.
The Fish ' department we keep up full, and
will play second fiddler to none. All thro'
the proper season we get string fish, iced
shad and herring. We sell sound fish and
sell them right that is . the reason we sell
them fast. Customers wanting one shad or
100 waited on with the tame alacrity.—
"Housekeepers wanting to lay in a supply
for the summer should buy,very soon.
I now have in store and foryle a . choice
lot of Mackerel in whole bbls, halves and
quarters, at about one-half the price per lb.
of bacon. There is nothing else so cheap in
the provision line as Mackeral. Make a
note of this,
GLASSWARE.—took at the goblets, tum
blers, sets, small dishes.
QUEENSWARE.—Granite ware of the
very best make im.
ported in tea sets and
• by the dozen and half
dozen. Also a large
stock - of common Teas
—NO-TIONS—.L.ND -SrUNDRI-ES,---Baskets v
* buckets, brooms, tubs,
brushes.; soaps, clothes
pins, pocket books, es
sences, Barlow's blue,
chewing tobacco and
segars, &c., &c.
I ask the public to call and examine.—
Will always try to make the prices suit cash
April 20, 1871. W. A. REID.
25 to 75
0 to 15
'EWALT:DS DON'T DESPAIR! A:s
ittiNThousands hayo found relief. and
Gm sands will turn to this Medi- ~,5;-1
eine, after exhausting their purses .
and patience in search of health. „ ••
Giddiness of the head, dullness of the mind, foetid
breath, coated tongue, loss o [appetite, pains and weak
ness in the stomach, enlargement of the liver, yellow
nest of the skin, constant fever and thirst, with a total
disrelish for business, pleasure or_any kind of employ
ment. FAIIRNEY'S PANACEA, If taken and penustered
in for a few days, will remove fills,whole class of symp.
toms. The fluids of the body-become pure, and mind
clear, the stomach strengthened, the tongue clean, the
appetite improved, andthe whole system so benefited
that disease, In bad weather, Is less liable to afflict you.
Dr. P FAHRNEY'S
Blood Cleanser or Panacea.
Asa medicine for children, the Panacea is, In every
war, calculated to take the place of the endless variety
of drugs which are annually sold for that purpose, and
which arc often very injurious. A medicine which pos
sesses the qualities of a cathartic as well as a mild alter•
alive, and whic to capable of arresting disease without
the least injurythe child, Is of incalculable value to
every mother. As a cathartic, it Is very effective, yet it
does not, if given in proper quan title% cause nausea or
distress to the stomach or bowels. It is very pleasant
to the taste, which is a very important let/taro as a
medicine for children. As aprerentire of disease it Is
unprecedented. as Rads directly' upon the digestive or
gans and the blood. In all scrofhlousdiseases, It Is the
most effective medicine ever offered to the 'public ; and,
If given regularly andperserctingly; those eruptive dis.
eases so common to children may be wanly eradicated.
Prepared by P. Fabrany's Bros.' •
Co,, Wa visesltoro, Pa., and Dr
IdFAXUREII: , North Dearborn
Cmcwoo. Price ffilfff per bottle,
for sale byeholesale and Retell Jis
dealera. by k , . .
F. Forthman, J. B. Amberson, M. D. and
Dr. A. S. Bonbrake, Wavnesboro'; I?.ouzer
& Bubrman, Pikesville. [Dec... 8, 1871-Iy.
HOW IS TIIIS FOR:IIIGH,
TOHN FORD in returning thanks to the
eD public for their patronage announces that
he intends removing his shop to the Base
in.ent of Walker's Building, (and not leav
ing town as is the belief of many) where he
intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS as usual.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to me will please call and settle their ac
counts immediately, for I pay cash for. my
stock . and must have my money. Don't
want to see the face of that unwelcome visi
tor, the Deputy from 'Fort Fletchor," prowl
ing about my shop seeking whom he may
Customers will therefore find me at the
Basement refered to after the first of April
jan 26) JOHN FORD.
FAIRVIEW NELL !
FAMILY FLOUR, ETC.
THE Undersigned having refitted and ad
ded all the latest improvements to his
Mill, (formerly Frantz's) 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 a supply of MILL
STUFF of all kinds, which he will whole
sale or retail ati 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 he is enabled to give
The highest market price paid for Wheat
delivered ,at the Mill.
COOPER STUFF wanted.
mar 24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
CONFECTIONAR . 1r
rirtHE subscribers announces to the public
A: that they have opened a Bakery and Con
fectionary on Main street, Waynesboro', op
posite the "Bowden House", where•persons
ail 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.—
ICECREA3I 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 solicit a share of public patronage.
may s—tf SLEASAN & MORT.
THE co-partnership which heretofore ea-
JL betweean Eouzer & Frantz, at
Pikesville, was dissolved by mutual consent
on the ist day of March; 1871. The books
and accounts of the_ firm are in my hands._
All persons indebted alv requested to call
and settle immediately.
April 13th, 3m.
THE undersigned has appointed Fredert
ick Dull, of Quincy township, agent to
collect his accounts and transact other busi
neo..s pertaining to the same.
July G-tf JEREMIAH
.. .HESS, M. D.
WE subscriber informs the public that
e is proprietor of the Buss line running
daily between Waynesbo i ro', and Geencas
hetetofoie run by Wolfersberger & Ston
er. With good horses and u first-clam four
horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey pas
sengers to and fro with comfort and conve
- His Buss *ill. kayo Waynesboro, at 6,1
A. arriving at Greencastle at 8, making
quick time and sure connection with the
first Passenger train at 8i A. M. Leaves
Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at
Waynesboro', at 6 45. He is himself Pro
prietor, Contractor and Driver. Delivers
Adams Express matter to and from Green
castle. All Express matter expressed the
same morning and through to Waynesboro'
the same day it arrives. Persons wishing
to send goods by Express will do, well by
giving him a call. Persons wishing to go to
Hagerstown should take this rout. The
tram leaves at 915 making connection with
the Washington County Railroad.
aug 20 if] J. R. WOLFERSBERGER.
ANTIETAM MARBLE WORKS ,
• H. WALTER & BRO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN —
Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, &c. &c.,
WE call attention to our assortment of
tha above, comprising the newest and
most approved styles.
Having the advantage of Water-Power,
and a long experience in the
STONE CUTTING BUSINESS,
W . e are able to fill orders at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonable terms.
GUT us a call at our Yard, near Antietam
Junction, on the Waynesboro' and Hagers
town Turnpike, two miles from the former
place , . Post Office address, Waynesboro',
N. B. Orders can be left at the Village Rec
ord Office and will receive prompt attention.
April 3—tf. H. W. & BRO.
Ayer's Cherry Peetorf9,,
For Diseases of the Throat and lorcgtk,
such as Coughs, Colds, WhoopdDg•
Cough, Bronchitis, ;Atusthing,
Probably never before in the 'Whole . • cif
medicine,has - any - thingwony - ,•,,,
deeply upon the confidence of Mankind, as tddit
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long series of years, and among most
of the races of men it has risen higher and higher
in their estimation, as it has become betterknown.
its uniform character and power to cure the va•
rions affections of tho lungs and throat, have
made it known as a reliable protector against
them. While adapted to milder forms of disease
and to young children, It is at the same time the
most effectual remedy that can be given for incip.
ient consumption, and the dangerous affection"
of the throat and lungs. As a provision against
sudden attacks of Croup„ it should be kept on
hand in every family, and indeed as all are some.
times subject to colds and coughs, all should be
provided with this antidote for them.
Although settled Consumption is thong
curable, still great numbers of cases where the
disease seemed settled, have been completely
cured, and the patient restored to sound health
iy the Cherry Pectoral. So complete is its
mastery over the disorders of the Lungs and
:Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it.
When nothing else could reach them, under the
Cherry Pectoral they subside and disappear.
Singers and .Piddie Speakers find great
protection from it.
_Asthma, is always relieved and often wholly
cured by it.
Bronchitis is generally cured by taking tho
Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent doses.
So generally are its virtues known, that we
need not publish the certificates of them here,.or
do more Man assure the public that its qualiies
• aro fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague- Cure,
For Fever and Ague Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever,Remittent Fever, D11217.:2
Ague, Perio dical or Bilious Fever, &e.,
and indeed all the affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, or soirtamatio
As its name implies, it does Cure,
and does not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, 'Bis
muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, It In nowise Injures any pa
tient. The number and importance of its cures
in the ague districts, are literally beyond account,
and we believe without a parallel in the history
of Ague medicine. Our pride is gratified by the
acknowledgments we receive of the radical cures
effected in obstinate cases, and where other rem
edies had wholly failed.
Unacclimated persona either resident in, or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will be
protected by taking the 4.6 4 U.P.; CURB daily.
For Liver Comphrifits, arising from torpid:
Ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, sthnu
luting the Liver into healthy activity.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
js an excellent remedy, producing ninny truly
remarks le cures, where other medicines had
Prep ed by DR..L C. AYES Sc CO.. Practical
and alytical Chemists, Lowell, Afass., and
sold a t round the world.
PRICE, $l.OO PER BOTTLE.
WINN'S SHUR OIL !
Yr HE alarmimg, increase in the number of
X frightful accidents, resulting in terrible
deaths and destruction of valuable property,
caused by the indiscriminate use of oils,
know under the name of Petroleum, 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 ILLUMI
The proprietor of this oil has for several
years felt the necessity . of providing for, and
presenting to t plplic, as a substitute for
the dangero ecittpounds which are sent
broadeas ever the country, an oil that is
safe, bril iant, and entirely reliable. After
a long se. ies of laborious and costly experi
ments, 11 , has succeeded in providing,. and
offers to he public, such a substitute, in
" (ARSON'S STELLAR OIL"
It sh • uld be used by every family because
it is sa boyond a question. The prima
purpose n the preparation of STELLA R
OIL has ►een to make it Perfectly Safe, thus
insuring tie:,l . ives and property of those 'who
use it. It: present standard of SAFETY
and BRIL Wel' will always be maintain
ed,. for upon this the proprietor depends for
sustaining the high reputation the STEL
LAR OIL new enjoys.
To prevent the adulteration of this oil with
the explosive compounds now known under
the name of kerosene, &c., &c., it is put up
for family use in five-gallon cans, each can
being sealed and stamped with e trade
mark of the proprietor; it cannot, therefore,
be tampered with between the manufacturer
'and consumer. Mono is genuine without.
It is the duty and interest of all dealerd
and customers of illuminating oil to use the
STELAR OIL only, because it alone is known
to be safe and reliable. It is for sale by
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Waynesboro'.
Manon & Staler, Marion.
E. B. Winger, Quincy.
Gelwicks & Burkhart, Chambersburg.
W. D. Dixon, St. Thomas. • •
J. Hostetter Co., Greencastle.
Thomas C. Grove, Mercersburg.
Jno. L. Riteherv,
JARDEN & CO., WHOLESALE Aonwrs .
No. 136 South Front St., Philadelphia.
THE 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 even
ing and Friday morning, reg,alarly 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.
may THOS. 3. CUNNINGHAM
DEALER IN FLOUR AND FEED STUFF,
• 0 e door 'West of the Bowden House.
FRICK & BOWMAN'S
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS;
WAYNESBORO', FRANKLIN COUNTY, PENN'A.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
Boilers, Tanks, and Sheet-Iron Work ; Machinist's Tools, Wood Working Machinery,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Saw-Mills, Felloe-Ben
ders, Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stillwell'! Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined; Cameron & Co's Special Steam Pump; Saws of all kinds, (Diston's
manufacture;) Iron Pipe and Fittings; Brass Work; Gum and Leather Belting; Manu
facturers and Engineers'.Supplies; generally furnished at lowest Retail Prices. All kinds
of Foundry Work—heavy or light, Iron and Brass , Castings—made to order; REPAIR
ING carefully done. Ae - For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List.
. Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn a, June 29, 1871.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. WAIKEZEVS CALIFORNIA
10001X1:1041:0104 1 *1
1. of T of;c:;, r
O • Hun
Bear testimony to their Won. er- •• E
o ‘O' till DtArative Effects.
WHAT ARE THEY? ;I'4
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PR t; a gST
- PELT ARE NOT A VILE
Bade of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits
and R9fUSO Li(111029 doctored, spiced and sweoe
cued to please the taste, called " Tonics,""Appctit•
crc," " Restorers," ere., that lead the tippler on to
drunkenacss and ruin, bat are a true Medicine, made
from the Native Roots and Herbs of California, free
from nII Alcoholic Stimulants. They are thr
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. and A LIPS ,
GIVING PRINCIPLE a perfect Renovator and
Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
:No persoa can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and rcnutiniong
8100 willbo given for an incurable case, provided
the bones aro not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
Dor Inflammatory . and Chronic Mamma.
tism and Gout, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder. these Bitters have been most success.
till. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Blood, which is generally produced by derangement
et the Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Read
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach‘;
Bad taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Mart, inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In the -
regions of the Manus, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, aro the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tor.
pidliver and boiels,vhich render them efts:tents:died
ellicacy in cleansing the blood of all impurities, and
imparting new life andvigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, 'fetter, Salt
Itheurnallotehes, Sprits, Pimples, Pustules,Bolls, Car.
bunnies, Zing-Worms. Scald-Read, Sore 'Eyr,Erysip
etas, Itch, Scarfs, Discoloration of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Min, of whatever name or nature,
' aro literally dog up andcarried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in
such =SWUM COllViileo the most incredulous of their
curative effect. •
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you fled its
Impurities bursting through the skin inlimPles,Ertip-
Hens or Sores; cleanse it when you tind it obstructed
d. sluggish in the veins; cleanse it - when it is foul,
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pare and the health of the system will follow. ,
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurkingin the
system of so many them:lnds. are effectually destroy
ed end removed. For hill direction, road carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed fn four Ma
gunges—Euglish,German, French and Spanish.
J. Tirpismit, Proprietor. R. H. MoDONALD & CO.„ •
Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, Cal,.
and 33 and Si Commerce Street, Now York.
far SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND =LEM
NIEWI.GOODS _IISIEIN GUIS
WT. NUE ZTOBE
THE subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the 'public that he has returned
from the East with a fine stock of
" SPRING AND SID.I3IER DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Glass
ware, Oils, Paints, Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes,Notions, and other goods such as are
usuall key in well regulated country stores,
all of which will be sold cheap for the CASH !
Persons in want of any articleln his line
are invited to call and examine his stock
and learn his prices, as his object is to male
"quiak sales at short profits" His stock em
braces Drugs and Patent Medicines, includ
ing the celebrated Fabrnev Panacea.
Mt. Hope, ap G—tf WM. H. BROWN.
Irllm subscriber announces to his friends
_IL and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is TIQW engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main Street, at the East end of
Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the
business, and•employing none but the best
workmen, and by strict attention to busi
ness he hopes to merit a share of patronage.
All kinds of new work oirkand orders filled
Jan. 14 tf. GEO. B. HAWKER.
BARK W H NTED_
FORNEY & SONS
will pay the highest market price, for 050
cords of Rock and Black Oak Bark delivered
at their Tannery in WaynesborS.
Hides and Skins taken in and weighed at
the cellar of C. Ruthes' Shoe Store, for which
the highest market price will be paid.
April 21, 1870. ,
THE subscriber.offers for sale MORTIC
ED CH.ESNTJT POSTS for Post and Rail
or Palling fence: Also Locust Posts for eith
er kind of fencing; He is also qrepared.
supply the public with burnt Lime and Corn
by the quantity.
L at all[till
Has a complete assortmeut
BOOTS SHOES AND GAITERS,
'.Call and see goods and get prizes
THOMPSON'S "GLOVE FITTING COR
SETS," at SMITH'S.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of
all kinds at SMITH'S.
:Von stock now ready, consisting of all tho
Latest styles, at SINITTIT6.
PAPER COLLAR'S, TIES, GLOVES,
Suspenders, everything in that line, at
Town Hall Store. ,
Nov. 3, 1870
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
I. H. WHITMORE
has just returned from the cities with the
largest and best assortment of
CARPETS!: OIL CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN .
DRUGGET AND CRUMB CLOTHS
RUGS AND MATS, COVERLETS,
COUNTERPANES, &c., &c:,
ever offered in Greencastle.
with all the fixtures for putting up.
constantly on hand and made to order
Selling lower than any other house
in the county. iX:reall and hear prices.
Greencastle, Dec.l, 1870.
P E C Alt iD)
A PENNY MADE!
SAYS. THE OLD ADAGE
how and where is the place to do it?
whereVei you can use your money
to the best advantage ; and
ion has long since given the palm to
k STO VER. at WOLFF,
the best and cheap
est store; all they want is for
buyerstO call and examine their stock
and convince theinselves of what they say.
Our stock consists of the following articles:
Ladies Dress Goods—Sucre AS
• English Velveteens,
111 EN'S WEAR.—Cloths, Doeskin
Cassimeres, Cords, Sattinetts, Cottonudes,
Linens, Tweeds, &c., &e.
LADIES CU,STOB-MADE SHOES,
in Lasting , and Morocco, cheap
ar Xi. CD CI 3EI XL X ..1M .
We have bought large, consequently cheap.
All our goods have been bought at panic
prices, consequently we are enabled to un
dersell those who bought before the decline.
11121,.Ca1l and see, and we will prove to
you what we say.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRX PRO
DUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
June 29, IS7I. - STOVER & WOLFF.
TINT: 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 call and settle immedia
The business will bereater be conducted.
by " J. W. MILLER & CO.
LUMBER, LUMBER, etc,
The subscriber has for sale Chestnut Sh
gles, Pailings, Plastering Laths, Shin;-
ling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber. furnislmd
to order. Also, Oak, Pine and Cheslnut.
Wood by the load for saloon the gromul
He has also Tee for sale.
April 23 tf.
VIIHE undersigned, having received letters
of adminiaration on the estate of Catha
rine Diffendarfer, late of Waynesboro', de
ceased, here* gives public notice to all the .
creditor - 4
-rind debtors of ..said deceased, the
former to present . their claims, .and the lat
ter to make puyment nt their inclebtednes.
without necessary delay.
E. J. 130NERAltr, ../Idar;