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A. S. BONBRAKV?
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PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
OIL'S 8z PAINZ!s,
Ca-Physicians deult with at 20 per
WAYNESBORO' HOTEL BUILDING,
March 27, 1871. Waynesboro', Pa
- 1 0 r‘ilc-.-S-WM
all from the same cause, viz : the use of in
ferior Coal Oil; is taken film the Philadel
phia, Ledger of a recent date:
"The alarm of fire, last evening, at 7 o'-
clock, was caused by the burning of the
dwelling, corner of - Mtn — mil Poplar; - result= -
ing from tne explosion ofa 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
tying on the floor, wrapped in flames."
"About 7 o'clock yesterday morning, a
- coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexan
der, who lives on Cowslip St. near 16th.—
She was severely burned.
"Margaret Colligan, residing in the rear of
618 South st., was burned by the explosion
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."
All such fearful accidents, resultingin death
and the destruction of valuable property,
may beavoided by using "CARSON'S STEL
LAR bIL," which Is known to be a perfect
ly safe and reliable' illuminator. It is foasale
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Wayneslioro';
Christian Good, Quincy. " [feb 2-1871.
sAskt Atio, I 0O Rj FilkaTaßT
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
At Prices to suit Tunes and Quality 1
Morro :—Quick Sales and small Preffits.
We will furnish anything wanted in our
line of business,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
We also contract for continued Rail Stab
Ways, N(Lwel's Ballusters, &c. &c., furnish to
order or put into buildings by the best of
workmen . Sawing, Chopping; Poast Boring,
Grinding, &c. &c.. n short any
thing you want call for it, i of on handwe
will make it. As reference (
- e can show you
buildings in the country in Waynesboro'
where you can judge fo yourselves, (we
can't recommend materia , it must recom
mend itself) also see the minty of our ma
terial as compared with hat of other shops.
TO 'T ÜBLIC •
Thankful for past fltvors, we ask you for
a continuance of the same.
Factory 11 miles south of 4 "Wavnesboro',Pa
GOOD & METCALF,
map IS, 1871
I'. S. We are also prepared to furnish
Framing material at comparatively low rates.
G. ES: 31.
Located at Freeland, Montgomery Coun
ty, Peun'a. •
THE - ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: °
[FORMERLY FREELAND SEMINARY.] '
A First-class English, Mathematiczil and
Classical Boarding School for
MRS MEN AND BOY/St
Undor the immediate Tuition and Manage
ment of,the faculty of the college.
All necessary expenses, including Tuition,
Boarding, Washing, Books, &c.,'not exceed-
ing:s23o a year.
THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT
ill be 'distinct from the academie, and will
al - 1;Ird all -the advantages of a Bill college
course in the usual higher branches of study,
under the direction of a Faulty of six
t~ The Academic Year for both Depart
ments will be divided into the following
three terms:—The School opening with the
Fall term, September 6,• 1870 to December
22. Winter term, January 4, 1871 to April
5. Spring term, pril 12 to July 7, 1971.
For further information apply to • •
Bc v. J. H. A. BOMBERGER, 1). D.,
• l're. kient cf Ursinus College,
l'r(Tland, Montgomery County; Pa.
LIVERY I LIVERY !
rpm: undersigned informs the public gen-
IL orally that he has purchased the Livery
heretofore' owned by Frank. Ayeagley, and
is fully prepared to meet the wants of the
community in his line of business.
He has 'had all his carriages • neatly re
raired and •refitted, and his horse's are safe,
gentle and fast travellers. Parties conveyed
to any point desired; accompanied* a care
'Office at the Wayriegbore Hotel, where
an attentive hostler Will be in attendante at
houis of the nighfluld day. 11SXo ef
.„l;•rt. will he spared to accommodate all irho
'. -may pat Emil ze
J. BURtkIS,AMBERSON, M,
Drugs of the best quality, PATEND ME
DICINES of all 'kinds, PURE WHITE
LEAD and COLORS, OIL, TURPENTINE,
- THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
BRUSHES, COMBS, POCKET BOOK
orai4'enkniirearStatiortery-,-Soapar - B
ery, Toilet and Fancy Goods, etc., full as
DESIRABLE in every household, Pure
Baking Material. You can always get the
DR. AMBERSON'S Vegelable Vermi
cide. The best remedy for worms. SAFE,
WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, and GIN
for medicinal purposes at
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IHI' subscriber announces to the citizens
of Ringgold and vicinity that he has re
turned from the East with a stock of
NEW g 0 E' WAAE'
for Ladies, Misses and Children, embracing
ill styles ; also gaiters, shoes, etc., for Men
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 ladies and chil
dren's - work of all kinds.
He returns thank fbr past favors and asks
a continuance of public patronage in the fu
CORNER DRUG STORE
is still ahead,
READ. REFLECT, and be convinced.
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
PURE GROUND SPICES
are sold at
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
I.s.different kinds at . • *
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
Get your Prescriptions filled by
DR. J. BURNS AMBERSON
Ringgold, May, 11, '7l. W. STEWART
PATENTED SEPT. 21 .1869
The merits 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 directness of the blow, by which
treble the volume of material is cut, with
less power than is required by any other
machine ; those combined A 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
Persons in want of machines of this de
scription will:do well by callingupon or ad
dressing the undersigned. Good and res
ponsible agents wanted to sell machines and
The a'bovolfachine is now on exhibition
at the Waynesboro' Manufacturing Compa
ny's Office. Persons interested should call
and examine:it, for it is what every firmer
should:have. 11. C. GILBERT, e .
BENJ. F. STOUFFER, Proprietor,
Agent. Waynesboro' Ta.
July 14, tf
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
TrA YNESBOR . O', PA., '
INSURES AGAINST LOSS Olt DAMAGE BY
'JP' X 3EL 3EI
On all safe class property at reasonable rates
S. AMBERSON, President
SIIoN LECRON, Vice President.
Jos. Douni.As, Sncitnrany.
Jos. W. MlLLEnaTrestsurer:
W. S. Arnberson, Simon Lecron,
Lewis S;Forney, Jacob Carbaugh,
Jos. Douglas, Jos. Price,
J'ac'ob J. Miller, ' *Jos. W. Miller,
Benj. E. Funk, D. B. Russell,
Levi . Sanders, Jacob Good.
DANIEL BNIVELY, Agent,
June 10,'70] Waynesboro', P.
CHAD AND HERRING.—Mess. Shad and
I.7Potolnac Herrin , . in Ws. for sale by
. . ,
W. A. REID.
We-would invite your attention to our
whieh is large and varied and consists in
S A (.):% •
Black and Colored Alapaccas, Japanese
Poplins, Japanese Silk Robes, Black Gro
Grain Silks, Berlinese Clothes,
OHNE BROIYBAIX, BEAUTIFUL PLAID ;
Chene Poplins, Plaid Toin,
QUAKE CITY POPLINS,
West End Martelle Cloth, Troy Coon Rdpps,
an elegant Rapper Goods,
a Mtllllll2 12;1
and Embroideries, Hosiery and,Gloves,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS,
&c.; Plain and Fancy Cassimeres'and
(new style) Ladies' Dasting Gaiters and Mo
GROCERIES 1 GROCERIES 1
Rio, Laquyra and rousted Coffees, New Or
leans Poitorieco Sugars, Rice,•Cheese ; Iron,
Stone and China ware, Qucensware of all
kinds, Glassware in endless variety ;. Wood
and willow 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
SeirExantine our prices and judge for
April 13, '7l. PRICE •& HOEFLICH.
MOM • ARRIVAL W
BURSON BENEDICT & CO'S,
IVE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR SEC-
OND SUPPLY OF
SET Na & SUMMER 6,11025 v
To which we call your attention. We are
now prepared to sell all kinds of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Gneensware and Notions, at a
much lower price than they have been sold
for several years.
Calicoes and Lawn;
Arens Wear of all kinds,
Rag, Imported and Girthing Carpet,
Everything needed in the Clothing Line,
Delnines, Shoes, Boots & Summer Hats,
Oil Cloths for Floor and Table,
Boys &Misses summer wear,
iNtions of all kinds.
. Cuffs 4::Collars,
Embroidery, a Butterflies.
Neck Ties, Cottonades,
• Jeans s Tweeds, Table Biapers,
Laces and Insertings,
Elastic and Garter Braids,
Domestic and French Ginghams,
Irish, Blav and Coat Linen,
Hosiery and (loves,
Cassimeres and Cloths
Onr prices are low,
Give us a call and we will try to accom
modate in everything ;
AMBF,RS,OIsI,OBENJEDICT, 4: Co.
June 1, 1871."
if IA A 3 I.Xefor
T: W. MILLER & CO. have just opened
their first stock of Spring Goods; which
was selected for the home trade, and con
sists of all the styles of Foreign and Domes
tic Dry Goodi, &c. For the Ladies they
have a large stock of all the late style Dress
and Fancy Goods.
Poplins, - French Ginghams,
Alpaccas, i Percales,
Barges, • Lawns .
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 VeStings for Spring and Sum
mer; Also, Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs,
Bows, Scarfs, Ties, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspen
ders, Cuffs,' &c.
Imported, Rag and Cottage Carpet. Ta
ble, Floor and Stair Oil Cloth; Beautiful
styles Oil Window Shades,
A full stock of Prime GROCERIES;
Lewis' and Beates Miller's White Lead
Linked, Tanners and Coal Oil. Window
Glass and Putty, 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. J. W. 31. & CO.
re) al i(=ii airAird
CLEANER, BAGGER AND PRAYERS 1
NO implement more important to the.
farmer than a First-class Grain Thresher and
Cleaner—for none pays 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
pitst 18 years, and now with
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL
this Machi-..e 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
chino that really can, by one operation,
thoroughly thresh and clean gram fit for
market. But the fact that grain direct from
this machine commands from 2 to 3 cents a
bushel more than grain direct-from any oth
er machine, settles the question of its supe
riority as a cleaner over all others. Impar
tial judges at all the State and Coiinty lairs
where it was thoroughly and practically
tested, in competition with other leading
machines, S always agree that it is more sim
ple—more easily understood and operated
by those unskilled ih machinery—more du
rable—threshing as much and yet cleaning
betterwith . less power and more comfort
to hands than any other machine i se—
and besides all that is sold for less •ey
according to capacity. These facts e
further attested by the thousands of p. '
chasers, some of whom have had them
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 a 10 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 $OO to $13.5,
and all fully and fairly warranted. Fo'f
further information send for circular and
Responsible Agents in Territory not in
THE GEISER MANITFAC'G CO.,
WAyNusnono', Franklin County,.
Jan. 21-tf Penuaylvama.
WAYNESBORO' COACH FACTORY;
ciEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
VI from the firm of Adams & Hawker the
gubscriberinforms 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 Bu=ies, differ
ent kinds, on hand ; also second-handed ye
hides. Repairing done at short notice.—
He uses the best material and employs good
mechanics. He returns his thanks to the
public for their liberal qationage, and by
attention to business and a disposition to
accommodate hopes to merit a liberal• share
of the same in the future,
UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and
$25 cheaper than any other.
For Simplicity, Durability and Beauty,
they stand unrivalled. For Stitching,. Hem
ming, Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering kt;
Sewing on gathers, they are unexcelled.—
- S. E. Corner Diamond,
Mar. 30, 1371. Waynesboro', Pa.
etOXCAVE, CONVEX spectacle ' at
D. B. RUSSELL & SON at the sign of the
Big Red Horn, will keep constantly on hand
and for sale a large assortment of Stoves
COOK STOV ES
(warranted to give satisfaction.)
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
KNIVES AND FORKS,
And other useful articles at the sign of the
BIG RED HORN, Waynesboro', Pa., where
a large assortment of
of the latest, improvements, the very best in
the market, at the Cheap Tin and Stove
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
Goo& for sale cheap. Pure No. 1 Kero
sene Oil and a large assortment of Lamps.
. WASHING MADE EASY !
by calling at the sign of the `!Eig Red Horn
and getting the 'best Clothes Wringer ever
€Persons in want of Stoves, Tinware,
House Furnishing Goods, 4c. &c., can get
full value for their money by calling on
D. $. RUSSELL & SON,
Sign of the "Big Red Horn,"
UNE TUBE FRUIT I
This is the best Dry House ever offered to
It dries Fruit in half the time required by
the old method.
It dries uniformly and perfectly.
The fruit dried by it retains more of the
natural flavor. _
It is easily manage .
It is durable and po file. °
It has 24 feet of drying surface.
Call and see them at the sign of the
BIG RED HORN
and leave your orders_fdrthem.
March 24, 1870.
D. B.j RilssELT., J. B. RVSSELL.
LARGE IRON COPPER KETTLES
COAL STOVES, &c.,
D. B. BIISSELL & SON
Sold at Retail by
1). RUSSELL-4: SON,
Sign of the Big Red Horn,
THE L. A. OELLIG
PATTENTED JANUARY 21st 1883
e ki,k , -
ComPonent Parts—Fluid Extracts Rhubarb and .
Fluid Extracts Cala:cabs Grape Juice
Fdr Liver Complaints, Jaundice, Billions af
fections; Sick or Nervons Headache, Cos
tiveness, etc. Purely Vegetable, contain
ing no Mercury; Minerals or Deletereous
IN These Pills are the Most delightfully pleas
ant purgative, superseding caster oil; salts,
!,,,, , i' 1 magnesia,etc. There is nothing more accepta
`i ble to Mlle- stomach.-- They give- tone; snd
a n r e e ith co e m r p n o S se us d e o af o f
th r e gri friee ppinf nre
Alt er a few days' use ofthem, such aninvig
ti? oration of the: entire-system- takes place as
whether arising from imprudence or disease.
H. T. tielmbold's Compound Fluid ExtractS ,
Catawba Grape Pills are not sugar-CoatOd,
from the fact that sugar-coated Pills'ilo MO
- dissolve, but pass through the stomach with
out dissolving, consequently•do not.produce;
the desired effect, The CATAWBA GRAPE,
DLLs; being pleasant in -taste and othk, do
not necessitate their being sugar-coated.—
PRICE FIFTY CENTS 130. X. .'
HIGHLY CONCENTATED COMPOUND _
FL Cl 7) EXTACTS SARSAPARILLk
Will radieely exterminate from 'the system
Scrofula- Syphilis, -Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore
Eyes,.Scire Legs; Sore Mouth, Sore Head,
Bronchitis, Skin Diseases, Salt Rheum, Can.
kers, Runings from the Ear, White Swell
ings, Tumors,' Cancerous Affections, Modes,
Rickets, Glanduler Night Sweats,'
Rash, Tetter, Humors of all kinds, , Chrome
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and all diseases that
have been established in the system for
-Heirig prepared etpressly for the above
complaints its Blood-purifying propeitieS aye
greater than any other preparation of Sarsa
rilla. It gives the complexion a clear` and
healthy.color 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, Pimpels on the
Face, Erysipelas, and all Scaly Eruptions of
the Skin, and butifying the. complexion.
has cured every case of Diabetes in which it
has been given, Irritation of the.neck of the
Bladder and inflamation of the Kidneys, Ul
ceration of the Kidneys and Bladder, Reten 7
tion' of Urine, disease ofthe Prostrate Gland,
Stone in the Bladder Calculus, Gravel, Brick
dust Deposit, and Mucous - or Milky Dis
charges, and for Enfeebled and Delicate
Constitutions for both Sexes; attended with
the following symptoms. ' Indisposition to
Exertion, Loss of power, Loss of Memory,
Difficulty of breathing,lVLik Nerves Tremb
ling, Horror of Disease,Weakfulness,Dimness
of Vi n, Pain in tha Baek, Hot Hands,
Flushft of the Body, Dryness of the Skin,
Eruption on the Face, Pallid Countenance,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
COME AND SEE
Used by persons from the age of eighteen
to twenty-five, and from• thirty-five or in
the decline or change of life; s after confine
ment or labor pains; bed-wetting in children.
Heimbold's Extract Bnchu is Diuretic and
Blood purifying, and cures all diseases aris
ing from habits of .Dissipation, and Exceses
and Imprudence in Life, Imptrrities of the
Blood, etc., Superseding Copavia in Affec
tions for which it is used, and Syphilitic Af
fections—in these disease usedin connection
with Helmbold's Rose Wash.-
In many affections peculiar to Ladies, the
Extract Buchu is uneagueled_ by any other
remedy—as in Chlorosis or Retention, Ir
regularity Painfulness or Suppression of Cm=
tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrus
state of the Uteres, Leueorihina or Whites,
Sterility,and for all complaints incicadent to
the 'Sex ' whether arising from Indiscretion
of habits of Dissipation. '• It is prescribed ex
tensively by the most eminent Physicians
ann Midwives for Enfeebled and Delicate
Constitution, of both Sexes and all ages (at
tended with any of the above Diseases or
!H. T. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU, CURES DISEASES ARISING
HABITS OF DISSIPATION, ETc.,
in all their stages at little expense, little or
no change in diet', no inconvenience, and no
exposure. It causes a frequent desire, and
gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing
Obstructions, Preventing and Curing Stric
tures of the Urethai allaying Pain and In
flumationop frequent in this class of disease,
expelling all Poisonous matter.
Usu RELIIBOLD'S EXTRACT Bucuu for• all
Affections and Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female,
from 'whatever canse. originating, and no
matter of how long standing. Price, $1.50
per Bottle. .
H. T. HELMROLIA IMPROVED ROSE
cannot be surpased athr. Face 'Wash, and
will be found the only specified remedy in
every species of Cutaneous Membrane, etc.,
dispels Redness and incipient Inflamation,
Hives, Rash, Mouth Patches, Dryness of the
Scapl or Skin, Frost Bites, and All purposes
for which Salves or 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 which depends
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. T. Helmbold's Rose
Wash has long sustained its principle claim
to unbounded patronage, bypossessing qual
ities which render it a Toilet Appendage of
the most Superlative and. Congenial charac
ter combbinim! in an elc7ant formula those
prominent reqmsits, Safety and Eflictiby—
the invariable accompaniment of its use-as
a Preservative and. Refresher of Complex
ion. It is an excellent Lotion for diseases,
of the Urinary•Omo, ns, arising from habits
of dissipation,lused in connection with the
Extract Buchu, Sarsaparilla, and Catawba
Grape Pills, in such diseases as recommend,
cannot be surpassed.
Fdll s and explicit directions accompany
Evidence of the most responsible and re
liable character famished on-"application,
with hundreds of thousands of living wit
nesses, and upwards 0f30,000 unsolicited cer
tificates and recommendatory letters, many
of which are from highest sources, incising
eminent Physicians, Clergymen,Statesmen,
etc. The propriator hai never resorted to
their pnblicatioh in the newspaper, he does
not do this from the fact that his articles
rank as Standard Preparations, and:do not
UP e proppe , d by certificates.
EL T. LIOLD'S GENUINE'
Delivered to any 'addre,ss. Securo from
Established upwards of twenty yearst—
Sold by Druggists evrywhere.d ddress let
ters for information, in confidence HENRY
T. HEIMBOLD Druggist and Chemist. •
Only Depots : H. T. HELMBOLD'S Drug
and Chenncal Warehouse. No. 594 Broad-.
way New York, or to H. T. HELMI3OLD'S
Medical ' Depot 104 South Tenth Street,Phil
BEWARE OF - COUNTERFEITS. Ask
HENRY T. FIELMBOLD'S ! = TR EE so Om EIL
-March 2, 1871.
HENRY T. HELMBC!LD'S
CONCENTWED 44 .
OD _EA TRACTTUCHU
THE GREAT DIURETIC
Z. B. AIai:BERSON, M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOIV
*AirN.F.4ltoltO i , PA. -
Office at• the Waynesboro' "Corner Drag
Store." - rjane 29—tf.
?>R. B. 1:2,
Has resumed the practice of Medicine.
OFFICE—In the Walker Building—near
the Bowden House. Night calls should be
made at his residence on Main Street, ad
joining the Western School House.
July 20-tf •
• JOHN A. HYSSONG,
• ATTORNTY AT LAW,
lIAVING been admited to Practice •.taw''
at the several Courts in Franklin Coun—
ty, all business entrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to., Post: Office 'address
W V. DEVEIZ OH,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW, '
Will give prompt and close attention toall
business entrusted to his care. Office next
door to the Bowden House, in the Walker
ATTORNEY AT, LAW,
Practices in the several Courts of Franklin
and adjacent Counties.
N. B.—Real Estate leased and sold, and
Fire Insurance effected on reasonable terms.
December 10, 1871..
IL A. STOUFFER,
GREE - NCASTI ! E, PA.
Experienced in Dentistry, will insert you
sets of Teeth at prices to suit the times.
Feb. 16, 1871.
Hl., gtßitatLEßi v
(FORMERLY Or MERCERSBURG, PA.,)
(IFFERS his Professional services to the
X./citizens of Waynesboro' and vicinity,
Dn. STRICKLER has relinquished an exten
t ive - practicer - atiSiercersburg i —where-he-ha - •
been prominently engaged for a number of"
years in the practice of his profession.
He has opened an Office in Waynesboro',
at the residence of George Besore, Esq., his
Father-in-law, where he can be found at all
times when not professionally engaged. - --
July 20, 1871.—tf.
A. K. BRANISHOLTS,
WAYNESBORO' PA. , •
Can be found'at all times at his office where ,
. prepared to insert teeth on the best
basis in use and at prices to suit the times.
Teeth extracted, without pain by the use of
chloroform, eather, nitrous oxid egai or the
freezing process, in a manner surpassed by
We the undersigned being acquainted with
A. K. Branisholts for the past year, can rec
ommend him' to the public generally to be-'
a Dentist well . qualified to perform all ope
rations belonging to Dentistry in the most
Drs. J. B. AMBERSON, I. N. SNIVELY,
E. A.,HERRING, • J. M. RIPPLE,
J. J. OELLIG, A. S. BONBRAKE,.
, • T. D. ERENCII: •
'S. E. Corner of the Diamond, • • .
IJAS at all times a fine assortment of Fie
tures Frames and Mouldings. Call and
see specimen pictures. June tf.
- A_ S_ M.l
ir.di 2'OlZ AND JEWEL Z
883 WENT BALTIMORE STREET,
XiEr Watehmßepaired and. Warranted.
VirJetvelry Made and Repaired:9RX
July 13, 1871.-tf.- •
THOMAS Z. FILBERT,
JEE.RCHANT TAIL 6Ra..
AND AGENT FOR
SINGER'S SEWING MACIIINES.
SURVEYING AND CONVELINCLNG.
rE undersigned having had some ten
ears experience as a practical Surveyor
is prepared to do all kinds of Surveying,
laying out and dividing up lands, also alk
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. B. STOLER..
BAP3E3 M.P., NG I
rrHE subscriber informs the public that ho
X continues the Barbering business in the
room next door to Mr. Reid's Grocery Store,
and is at all times prepared to do hair cut
ting, shaving,s hampooning etc. in the best
style. The patronage of the public is respect
Aug 23 1871. • • W. A. PRICE..
mazusEzr GOODS I
TO THE LADIES!
4RS. C. L. HOLLINBERGER has just
received a full supply of now Millinery
goods. Ladies aro invited to call and examine
NEW IittLIMICEB: 4 :7I ,
URS. KATE G. STOVER, an neon to
1.11. the ladies of,Wayn nd vicinity
that she has commenced the Millinery bus—
iness in front room next door to the Hard
ware Store of S. B. Rinehart, and has open
ed out a full line of Spring and Summer
Goods; embracing all the latest styles.
Lams are invited to call- and examine
her goods. Rfay 11.-tf
Fiel4ll :(0 ›ic, IA sarl
Tsubset HE subse ber - would inform the _public
that he is at all times prepared to make
to order „Gents Coarse or fine; Boots, also
eosin or fine work for Ladies or Misses, in-.,
eluding the latest style of lasting, Gaiters.—
Repairing done , at short notice, and measur
es taken in private families if desired Shop
on. East Main Street, in the room formerly
occupied by'.L Elden, as a flour and feed .
store: . . ,
BEACON.Conntrq for saleby •
MI Juno 29. W. A. REID,