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On: ihir.3iti I_4: the Rev.a.
DOI= S. :idAaErt,.to Miss SABAH
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•- • ( 61 9scFPI 1e EER!. 11 9 • •
HAMS • - - 14 •
EGGS ' •
POTATOES.:..; ' 75,
APPLESGREgx • • 50
HARD'SOAP • . 0
FLOUR: ,There: ho spirit , the
flour market, all inquiry being 'confined
almost-entirely to •th,ewants of the home
trade. About•l.oo larrelii Were .disposed.
. of, including superfine at $4.621(§5 per
barrel, extras.at .firstname.lastname@example.org;spring wheat'
extra family, at $6.25(7;00, Pennsytta.
do. $5.60i®6.25. Ohio and other Wes-
'tern winter; wheat at. ,$6.50®7.00, and,
fancy brands at $7.50®8.50
GRAIN.—The demand for wheat is less
active ; sales of• 6000 bushels new western
redppart at $1.30@L37 per bushel and
.riasecrPt. tProot Rye Is than
800 bushels western were sold at' 70c:—
Corn meets 'a fair inquiry, with sales of
'yellow at 69c, and' 4000 bushels • western
mixed-at-69c. 40aisare dull : sales of poor
and prime new western - at 42@47c.
tail ill BIN 21.7021=iree =A reh ail Irt=ii
IF you want 'good, iron-bound barrels for
cier or vinegar, call at the laboratory of
DR. P. FAHRNEY'S PROS. & CO.
aug 17-3 t
ROCK FORGE MACHINE SHOP I.
THEsubscriber announces to the public
that he continues the machine business
at the Rock Forge, and has for sale Sider
Mills to operate by hand or horse power;
Spring tooth Rakes, Corn Shellers, Cuttin„,. ,
Boxes, Motz and Self-sharpener Plows. and
Castings of different kinds se that he can
supply.. fanners according to• order:.,- All
kinds saws repaired. He has also for
.sale all kinds of wagon-maker stuff part of
which is seasoned, such as fellows, tongues,
houns,, axels,' plank, Pailings. Building
Lumber of all kinds 'furnished at the short-
est — ricifice •
JOHN S. DAYHOFF
T.HE CHEAP ST ORES
IV A 1 - 11 7 :ESB OR 0' , PA.
CALDWELL & CO.,
Dry Goods Smashers!
:and Benefactors of the Human Race in the
matter of Cheap Goodsl—Genuine "Drives!"
Real Substantial Bargains ! Our headquar
ters are at Hagerstown, Md.—the well
known Cheap Store by the Court House
-our first great outpost at Waynesboro', Pa.,
and our skirmishers in the Auction Rooms
and the Custom Houses in New York City.
With such facilities for doing business, is it
any wonder we.sell goods CHEAP !
"Wide Awake !" is our motto—And Keep
the Money Moving !
A nimble sixpence is better than a slow
shilling, and half a loaf considerably better
than no bread. The old time-worn and
slothful methods of doing business don't suit
us. We pay CASH for .every thing,, thus
saving a large per centageon our purchases;
and we sell for CASH ONLY; thus avoiding
the losses that are sure to follow the credit
system and which are made up on good pay
ing customers.. We boldly assert, and we
defy contradiction, • that we buy Goods
,CH . EAPER, •and-'sell for-CHEAPER PRO
ii IT, any retail house in .Maryland or
As early as the sth of June last, we saw
that Dry Goods of all kinds would advance
• and be much higher this Fall. We imme
diately telegraphed our Agents to buy heav
ily, both Cotton and Wollen Goods—and
subsequent unprecedented rise (save during
the war) has justified the wisdom of the
course we pursued. We arc thus able to
sell goods this season at Less than last year's
The people understand the advantages
we posessand appreciate the Bargains we
offer. _Other men complain of "dull times"
and scarcity of money. We have no such
complaints to make—we are always busy.—
Our stores are' always crowded and our cash
box always full. While other men discharge
hands we are compelled from time to time
to employ new ones.
In spite of opposition and competition in
public, or private defamation and malignan
cy, we have steadily progressed. We prom
ised to astonish the Old-Fogies and we did
it—OLD GRIMES in particular ! This season
we will astonish them yet mote, for we are
SPLENDID CALICOES 10 cts. per . yard,
. MUSLIM 8,10 and 12a4.
Coates' and Clark's Spool Cotton at Ge.,
Common Spool, le.
We are also opening out a large and hand=
some stock of DRESS GOODS. snitable for
early Fall wear, together with an &gent
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
&c., ' •
which we will positively sell
25 to 50 Per Cent Cheaper
than any house in the' business ! Never
mind the cry of High prices—go where you
can save money ! Go to the Popular and
Cheap• Stores of
CALDWELL & CO.,
5:.; Washington St., next
,to the Court House
N. E. COR. PUB. SQUARE, WAYNFSBO-
Rot, PA. [augl7, 1871.
()MUM ME T
THE subscriber informs' the public that
he is proprietor of the Buss line running
daily between Waynesboro', and Geencas
tle, heretofore run by Wolfersberger & Ston
er. With good horses and a first-class four
horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey pas
sengers to and fro with comfort and conve
His Buss will leave Waynesboro', at 61.
A. M., arrivingst 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 excrreseed the
same morning and through to Waynesboro'
thp 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
train leaves at 915 making connection with
the Washington Count); Railroad.
Avg 20 tf] J. R. WOIXERSBERGER
' OSADA : ''L`IS
COMPOSE ItOSADALIer are
published 'mealier) , packageAbere
tbre it is not a Melia prepas?,tion,
c9P l , O 9*ItlY '
It is a certain cure •11:1 Scrofula.'
Syphilis 112411 its forms, Rheum-
Gem, Skin •• Diseases, Liver Com
plaint and all diseases of the
, - •
IME,DOWLII or lotettiti
will do more good•thin ten bottles
of the 'Syrups - of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
for the past throe yesis and freely
endorse it as a reliable Alterative
and Blood Purifier. -
DR. MIL PtrG_R vtßalthnoter.
DR. T. Z. BOYKIN, 41
DR. R. W. CARE. - " ,
NOBLES, Ediecomb; N. C.
USED. Aith.ENDORBED BY
L B. FRENCH Sc SONS, Fall River
F.' W. SMITH_ _ _
_Jackson; Mlch. gal
B. HALL, Lama, Ohla. • • •
CRAVEN' & CO.Gordonaville, Va.
BAWL. O. McFADpEN, •Murfreeto
bora, Taft'. - • -
lb' - '• •
July 20, 1
Our epee win not allow of any or.
tended: remarks in relation to .the
virtues of Bonding. Tech° Medical
ilrotenton me guarantee a Fluid Zr.
traetnyerior to any they have ever
used in the treatment of diseased
Mood; and to the afincted we_my trz
Rosadtdb,' and you .1;111 be imams
' sold b" all Druggists;
price, $1.150 per bott le. ; . Address • -
13:0LENSINTO & 00.1
Afavairachning . atanistr,
• - . , BAtangoas, Nal
Has now on hand a Full Line of
GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
Look at the List!
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
For Men and Boys Wear.
'Mies Surg Gaiters, "
. At very low prices. '
Also, Ladies Shoes, •
Latest and Best Styles.
Misses and Childrens Shoes in great variety.
Our Motto is not to be undersold.
JEWELRY; WATCHES, CLOCKS, COLD PENS, WATCH CHAINS
Finger Rings, Charms, Bracelets, and
a great variety 'of other thingS
pertaining to the Jewel
P. Ml3l ODUARIS AN_ia CORS I)
.and Kid Gloves, a large stock'
of all kinds Fancy Goods and Notions. •
Tobacco, Segarqi and Snuff.
of all kinds and varieties.
Its_ 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. I E. ELDEN.
A WONDER OF MECHAN
The Most Practical Sewing Machine in the
• THE MeLEAN & HOOPER
FAMILY SEWING MACITINE.
Warranted to do the whole range ,
of Family Sewing with more ra
pidity, with more ease of /
management and with
less fatigue to the
any Ma- • .
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
Quietnen of Operation, '
Ease of Management,
Rapidity of Execution,-
Non-liability to drop
Stitches or break thread.
Having a straight needle and the shortest in
ESimplicity of tension, Ease of managing it.
mbroidering by a mere change 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 mere easily takenNiut if desired. •
ALEX. LEEDS, Aux.vr,
July 27, 1871
FARM FOR SAME.
THE subscriber offers for sale a Farm sit
mte 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 premises—a young
Orchard of Aqple and Peach Trees in bear
ing order. This would make a pleisant
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, orthe subscriber, in Waynesboro'.
It will beofferedat Public Sale in Pikesville
ON THE 2nd DAY OF SEPTEMRER,
at 1 O'clock;if .not sold prior to that date.-
This property %rill be sold in separate
parts, or in whole to suit purchasers.
Terms will be made known on da y of sale.
July 20-tf. ..CHRISTIAN STOUFFER.
•ivoTiert, is hereby given that Isetterft of
J.. 1 Administration on the estate of Ehza
beth Barnhart, late of Washington Twp.,
dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate will please make immediate
payment, and those having claims againEt
the same will present themproperly authen
ticated for settlement.
JACOB J. MILLER,
Respectfully:`announce the, public that
they , have Opened at their store 'room, on
the South-w,eiste,orner or the Diamond, in
Waynesboro,', 'a"titirge, and well , selected
-, ,stock of
' • Illilit!WAß,Et
Iron, Steel; Millis CmialtinakersOciods of ev
ery Aescription, I :Queerisivare, Cedisware,
Shoes 'Carpets;. Oil .Clotlis, Paints, Glass,
Oils, °Varnish Brushes, Fih, Salt; and all
kind of Goods keppi in a well regulated store.
Our goods'are all - new-and freshand have
beea,bought. for cash at . the late decline in .
We -Ratter ourselves that from our long•
experience in business, and a determination
to sellzoods at smell profits," it's shall offer
unusual ' inducements to buyers who .desire
to save money. Please, call and see for
We have a large and well assorted stock
of staple 'and ! fancy Dry Goods, embracing
CLOTHS, CASHMERES, &C„
Satinetts Jeans, Tweeds, Cottoziados, Cords;
Stripes, Checks, Ginghamsi Linen and Cot
.. • r : 1;1 . .:e•m mii ,g r ic •
Fancy DRESS GOODS, DRILLINGS,
Shawls, Br4iwn and Bleached Sheeting and
'Shirtings,_Tickings, Linens, Flannels, White
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery and Notions. We
are relpiving new goods every week and
will'supply any article wanted that we have
not on hand in a few days. •
We pay the highest market price for all
hinds of Country Produce,. such as Bacir,
Lard, Butter, Eggs, Dried Fruit, Rags, &c..
Nov. 3, 1870.
The subscriber offers at Private Sale his
House and Lot of ground, situated on the
road leading from Antietam:Junction to the
Uuion School House, adjoining land of Da
vid R.: Miller, Simon Lecrone and others.—
The lot contains about one acre. The im
provements are a one-story Log House, new
Fram Stable. good Cistern, Hog Pen, new
Bake-Oven. About forty fruit trees on the
lot, apples, peaches and pears. The whole
is enclosed with stone and pailing fence. If
not sold before Saturday the 26th day of Au
gust, it will be offered at public sale on that
day at 1 o'clock, P. M.
Aug. 3 —ts SAMUEL BAKER,.
A FIRST-RATE MILL PROP_Eilit
MTV subscribers will sell at Public Sale,
L on Friday the tat day of September, 1871,
II Li 1r I f p • I t
situated 3 miles east of Waynesboro',-Frank—
lin county, Pa., on the big Antietam, two
public roads crossing:each other at the Mill,
The property consists of about 22 acres of
first-rate land, upon which -are the following
improvements: The well-known first-class
Flouring Mill, known as the Hopewell Mill,
with four run of stone, 3 pair burs, and one
pair chopping stones, '2 over-shot water
wheels 17 feet high, with 22 feet head and
fall, first-rate water power. • The Mill is in
complete running order, the mill house be
ing. built in every part, of the very best ma
terial, and in the most substantial manner.
This Mill is regarded as' one of the best in
the county, being located very handsomely
and in the midst of a thickly settled neigh
borhood, commanding a large home Arade
and in one of the Ernest grain growing sec
tions in the entire Cumberland Valley,
The other buildings ere agood
TWO-STORY BRICK D WELLING
with Basement and Cellar, NEW BANK
BARN 35x43 feet; Tenement House with
Stable, a good Cobper Shop, Wash House,
new Hog Pen 24x30 feet,. and other necessa
ry out-buildsings. There is also on tlie prem
ises a fine or6hard of the various 'kinds of
fruit trees. such aa:apples peaches, cherries
The subscribers have filly made up their
minds to'retire from the milling business,
and hence offer this valuablek property for
sale. Any person therefore wishing to en
gagein the business would do Well to attend
this ,Sale, as no doubt a great bargaiiii e ,will
beAtwined in the purchase of the prbprty.
INSale will take place on the 'premises at 1
o' lock on the day above mentioned, at
\ hich time the terms will be made known .
by the undersigned.
/ If the property is not sold it will then be
aug 10-40 JOSIAII BURGER & CO.
NEW ERN I NEW ROODS 2
LATE STIIjLE2 I LOW PRIZES t
lOERNER d,WAYNANThave just open
ed at the CORNER CLOTHING STORE, a sqlen
did line of
embracing Clothes of various grades and
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERS,
latest styles and best qualities, Doeskins,
Cheviots, Tweeds, Linen and rape Coat
lugs, stylish Vest Patterns, etc.
All of which will be made to order with
the best Trimmings and in the best manner.
A Goon PIT GUARANTEED in every case or
no sale. .• . •
RP. 4 DYMADE CLOTHING
Paper Collars, Ties, Bows, Suspenders, Hos
iery etc., always on hand.. - '
Gentlemen desiring stylish and good fit
ting clothing should give us a trial.
S. E• Con Diamond.
nAGERSTO IN IM FTWATAR
' • SEMARY,
Will commence its Seventeenth .Scitolastic
Year, on Monday, September 4th. It will con
tinue to offer superxoreducational'advan
tages, with watchful and earnest care fqr the
health and con:ain't of its . . pupils. • It is
widely known r for the rare beauty and sa
lubrity of its location. Expensessnoderate.
' For Catalogue address, Rev. W. F. •Eyster,
Principal, Hagerstown, Md. ; or C. W. Hurn
fickhouse, or J. C. Bridges, Esqs., Baltimord,
Md. • (nag 3-1 m
Vit-ONBEFEFUIL REBOOT MN
G 001 ) FAMILY FLOUR at J. Et Mies
for FIVE DOLLARS and nrry-ctrrs per
Barrel, Corn, Oats, Bacon Coffee, Sugar, Salt
Lard, Mill Stuff—white and brown—at won
derfully low prices for cash—no other terms
Thankful for past favors, I am determine-.
to sell low. We have been imposed onlong
enough with high pricesfor flour. So, come
on fnends with your Cash and get good flour
July 27, 1871. •J: ELDEN.
L.ERS of administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon the
estate of Mary R. Hamilton, deceased, all
persons indebted.:to said estate will make
payment, and those having claims present
them to J. Pa HAmtvoN . ,
Aug 10-8 w Ailm'r
CAN BE HEARD-AT THE STORE OF
WIVE_ A._ T 2., P.}.
' I have just bought irk tho East a choice
stock of goods. A full supply of [
RICE, WHITE SUGARS,
(Coffee,' cracked. loaf and 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,
the quality stands unsurpassed. Do not
forget to look at our 10 cent and levy sugars.
I am prepared to keep with the market.
CHEF E.—The very best quality on hand.
winter and summer.
CRACKERS OE AAII
I get my goods fresh from the factory of
James Mason' and Co. Have many differ
ent kinds. The newest thing out is the
The Fish department we keep up full, and
will play second fiddler to none. • All thro'
the propet.season we get string fish, iced
shadlutd-herring. -We sell-sound -fish and
_sright that is the reason we sell
them fast. Customers wanting one shad or
100 waited on with the same alacrity.—
Housekeepers wanting to lay in a supply
for the summer should buy very soon.
• • I nowhave in store and for sale 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.—Look 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
NOTIONS AND SUNDRIES.-Bakets,
buckets, brooms, tubs,
brushes, soaps, clothes
pins, pocket books, es
sences,-Barlow's - blue7
chewing tobacco and
segars, -c., cc.
I ask the public to call and examine.—
Will always try to-make the prices suit cash
April 20, 1871
DITALIDS DON'T DESPAIR!
o Thousands hare found relief. and
,N „ A thousands will turn to this Medi- (47:;;.
eine., after exhausting their purees
andustienee in searelistlicalth
Giddine elitifthif di - illness of the in • estid
breath, coated tongue, loss ofappetite, pains a.. wealo
new in thp stomach, enlargement of tho liver, y•ellow
nen of the skin , constant fever and thirst, with a total
disrelish for business, pleasure or any kind of employ
ment. PAIIIINEY'S PANACEA, if taken and persevered
in for a few days, will remove this whole class of symp
toms. Tholinids of the body become per, and mind
clear, the stomach strengthened, the tongue clean, the
appetite improved, and the whole system so benefited
that disease, in bad weather, Is less liable to afflict yon.
Dr.' P. FAHRNEY'S
BloodiCloanser or Panaca.
As calc ul ated for children, the Pana endle s sn every
way, to tale the place of the variety
of drugs which are annually sold for that purpose, and
which are often very Injurious. A medicine which pos.
Beans the qualities of a cathartic as well as nmild alter
aUva, and which Is capable of arresting disease withont
the least injury to the child, is of incalculable value to
every mother. As a Cathartie, it is very ellective, yet it
does not, irgiven in proper quantities, cause nausea or
distress to the ittoreach or bowels. 'lt is very pleasant
to the taste, wldebt• la a very important feature as a
medicine for children. As apreventire of disease it is
unprecedented, as tt acts directly upon the digestive or
gans and the me d i ci ne all scrofulous diseases, i c y
'most effective over offered to tho publ and,
if given regularly and perseveringly, th ose eruptive dis
eases so common to children maybe entirely eradicated.
t Preparedby?. rahrney's Bros. &
,_ so. Wa esboro, Pa., and Dr P. ,
8 0 a....N.EY, SO North. Dearbo
St., Cnicuteo. Price SI.VO per bottle,
41, I for sale by -Wholesale and Baton „ia
*---• dealers. And by
"F. Forthman, J. B. Amberson, M.rD. and
Dr. A. S. Bonbrake, Waynesboro'; Rouzer
er, Buhrman, Pikesville. [Dec. 8,1871-Iy.
HOY IS THIS FOR HIGH,
TOHN FORD in returning thanks to the
public for their patronage announces that
he intends removing his shop to the Base
ment of Walker's Building, (and not leav
\ing town as is the belief. of many) where he
tends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
B "INFRS as usual.
A persons knowing themselves indebted
to m: will please call and settle their ac
counts'i.mediately, 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 PortFlachor " 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.
FAMILY FLOUR, ETC.
9p HE undersigned having refitted•and ad
ded all the latest improvenielts 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 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 he is enabled to give
The highest market price paid for Wheat
delivered at the Mill.
.COOPER STUFF wanted. •
gnar 24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
WAYN 'SRQRQn. BAKr.B
IIE subscribers announces to the public
that they have opened a Bakery and Con
fectionary on Main street, Wayneaboro';op
posite the "Bowden liouse", 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.—
ICECREAM 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 SLEASSIAN &
MHE co-partnership :which heretofore ex
isted betweeon Rouzer & 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 are' requested to call
and settle immediately
rrHE undersigned has appointid Freder-
P ick Dull, of Quincy township, agent to
collect his accounts and transact other busi
ness pertaining to the same.
July 6-tf JEREIIIIAH : HESS, 31. D.
Wholesale and lietairDealer, and Manufac
771 ) 1-1.01.,STMR.MR,
GREENCASTLE, Pa., .
takes this method of informing his custom
ers and the public that he has •
REDUCED THE PRICE OF FURNITURE
from ten to twenty per cent. Owing to the
advantages he has over other manufacturers
he can and will sell Furniture at aieseprice
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—lmitation of Walnut $5, 6,7, to S
Solid Walnut 8,9, to 10
Jenny Lind-3-Arch Top Panel,
Walnut ' . " 14, 16, to 181
. • 3-Arch Top Panel, I
Imitation IpT - 12, - to - 14 -- '
Round, Corner-foot. 3' -- - ___
" Foot, Oval Panel
'Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 40
Antique—New Style 25, 30, 35, 40, to 60
Fine Antique Chkmber-Suits,
Full Marble 130 to 175
Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 40,45, to 60
Solid Walnut Suits
rm. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
• - wood top 14„15, to 16
Ira. Wal. 4 drawers, with. glass,
Marble top 17, 18, to 30
Biihd Wal. 4 drawers, with glasi
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 dill'. paterns,
Extension Tables per foot
Windsor or Wood seats (it doz) S 5, 6, 7 to 16
Cane seats (1 doz.) -9, 10, 11k, 12 1 1 to 30
(Have over 600 of the above on hand.)
Wood Seat Rocking Chairs,l,2s . to 5
Cane Seat Rockin hairs - 2to 7
in Hair Cloth, Broeatel, Rep
and Terry, ranging in price
per half dozen from
Rockin' 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 Bair Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da
from. , 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12 to 30
W. A. REID
Imitation Walnut, for $lO, 12;14, 16 to 30
Solid Walnut, for 15, 18, 20, 25 to 60
11a..Also, 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.
119.. Remember the place,
o I. H. WHITMORE,
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Waynesboro', May 21, 1871.
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ll'E subscribers announce to the public
JL that they have now for sale at their Kilns.
*nibs Northeast of Waynesboro', • a super
ior article of Wood-burnt Limo for 'Plaster
ing, Whitewashing I§.covhich they will con,
tinue to have on hand duringtho season.—
T OT Scrubbing Brushes4old cheap
-11-4 Shoe Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Cot
ton Wash Lines, Bed Cords, painted Buck
ets, School and Market Bask eta, Crystal
Soap for washing paints—it has no equal.
June 29. . W. A. BEM.
C"V'EX CNOCAVE specautles at
L H. WECITMORE,
$1,50 to 9
5 to 6
9, 10, 12 to 15
2 to 3
0 1 la s
BESS & BRO.
E l R1.C.4 -&.
25 to 30
STEAM_EXGPIE AND BOILER ;
- - -
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's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined; Cameron & Cos Special Steam Pump; Saws of $ll 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. lAll kinds
of Foundry Work—heavy or light, Iron and Brass Castings—made to order; REPAIR
ING carefully done. For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List:VA
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn's, June 29; 1871.
A VALUABLE 1011ESTEAD!
911 HE subscriber offers her HOMESTEAD,
A. situate in Washington Township, Frank
lin county, Pa., two miles South of Waynes
boro', along the Pike leading from Waynes
- boro' to Leitersburg, - containin
— ELEVEN — AeRES - OF — L - A - T
more or less,
6. good House, part Stone and part Log.
Roughcast, one and a half story high, with
Basement. An excellent Stable, Hog Pen, , 1
(newV built;) Wash House, Bake 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
Fine Young Orchard of
T B E
About SIXTY PEACH TREES. separate
ffbin apple•orchard, all in thriving and bear
ing condition. There is also, •
A WATER-POWER CONNECTED '
25 to 75
9 to 15
with this property that could be turned into
This is one of the finest and most desira
ble HOMESTEADS in the neighborhood.—
Soil in a 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 also give Terms of
July 6, 1871
E 2 r.ll. , crate. Male.
rr lIE subscriber offers at Private Sale the
I "PAIR 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
WICKEY'S - Cblebrated Cholera Med
icine prepared bv,Ii)AvID M. FloovEn of
Ringgold, Md., can be had 'during the sea
son at F. FourrnmAN's Drug, tore, and of
dealers - generally. Travelling',A:gent, • '
July 27; '7l-fm. - llENnir•ThrErts.
NEW TIN 'STORE.
MAE undersigned wouldmoStraspecfrilly
inform. the citizens of.WayneSboro' and•
vicinity that ho has opened ti'miw,Thi Store
on ' East kMain street, oppositu , 'Stover
Wolirs •Diy Goads emporium; tinit keeps
constantly on hand a good supplY of
COOK & COAL STOVES, \
MORNING GLORJFS, etc., at prices td suit
the times.: All kinds of ivork done lit his
line with neatness and -dispatch, such as
roofiing,,Spouting 'and repainug,, c'4rou will
find ,it to your interest to give him a call be
fore purchasing _elsewhere.. The sign of the
Big Red Coffee Pot, Always on the post.--;
Thankful for past favors he hopes for a con
tinuance of the same.
CLAYTON ML. FREY
lime subscriber announces to his friends
and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is new 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 tb merit a share of patronage.
All kinds of new work on hand orders filled
Jan. 14 tf.
3E3 A. Rs WA'N'TED.
• FORNEY & SONS
will pay the highest market price for 6.50
cords of• Rock and Black Oak Bark delivered
at their Tannery in Waynesboro.
BMA and Skins taken in and weighed at
the cellar of C. Bathes' Shoe Store, for which
the highest market price will be paid.
110 HE subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the public that he will cent?.
ue to furnish a prime article of Beef at t e
Sellar in the Welke Building on Monday
evening, Tuesday morning, Thursday even.
ingand 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.
nun , 25—tf .THUS. J. CITN.NINGHAM.
H'.o IR. B'A
HE subscriber offers. for sale MORTIC
PTIED CHESNTJT POSTS Tor Post and Rail
or Failing fence. Also Locust Posts for eith
er kind of fencing; . He is also qreparcd to
supply the public with burnt Lime and Corn
by the quantity.
T 0 S R 0 - B INSO N ,
DEALER IN VLODII.-AND FEED STUFF,
• 0 c door. West of the Bowden IlouBe.
WAYNESEODY, FRANKLIN COUNTY, PEN. N'A.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
GEO. B. HAWKER
Bc L 2111$TH
Has a complete assortment
"Sall 4d see goods and get prices.
THOMPSON'S "GLOVE FITTING COR-'
SETS," at -- - SMITH'S.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of
all kinds at SMITH'S.
-1 - I.4i—TIS-.4 6- 3D CAPS,
A full stock now ready, consisting, of all th
latest styles, at: SMITH'S.-
PAPER COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES,
Suspenders, everything in that line, at
Town Hall Store.
Nov. 3, 1870
I. H. WIIITMORE
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,•COVERLE'TS,
'COUNTERPANES, &c., &.c.,
ever offered in Greencastle.
with all the fixtures for putting up.
RAG CARPETS •
constantly on hand and made to order
,'Selling lower than anv other house
in the county. ' Dar Call and any
Greencastle, Dec. 1, 1870.
A PENNY MADE!
SAYS THE OLD ADAGE
Well, how and where is the place to do it ?
wherever you can use your Money
to the best advent: Igo ;, and
ionlas long since given the palm to
STOVER & W ®L)FI~F,
the best and cheap
est store; all they want is,for
buyers to call and examine their stock
and cm:wince theinselves of what they say.
Our stock consists of the following articles:
Ladies Dress Goods—Sucit Aa
Opera Cloths,• • ' liepellants,
MEN'S WEAR—Cloths, • Doeskin
Cassimeres, Cords, Sattinetts, Cottonados,
Linens, Tweeds, &c., ,
LADIES CUSTOS-MADE SHOES,
• in Lasting and Morocco, cheap.
(Or It Ct. 4 0 3E:: 3EL X MI SS .
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.
I:9—Call and seo, and we will prove to
you what we say. •
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE BOUGHT AND, SOLD.
' June 29, 1871. STOVER & IVOLFF.
TIIB partnership heretofore existing be
tween Miller di.ißeaver was - dissolved on
the Ist, of March li4l, by mutual consent.
The Books :treat thii Old stand and will be
settled by J. W.-Miller. All persons indebt
ed are requested to call and settle immedia
• .The business will hereafter be conducted
by, • • J. W. MILLEV, CO.
LUMBER,. LUMBER, .ftc,
The subscriber bas for sale Chestnut Shin
gles, P.iilings, Plastering Laths, Shing-.
ling Laths, Pine Lumber front a half t 6 one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber ihruished
to order.,Also, Oak, Pine :Ind Chestnut
Wood. by he load for sale on the ground.
ko* - Ife. ins also Ice for sale.
Apri • A. S.„INIONN. .
LL persens infiebted by note or account,
Alto the e.sta'te of Henryßesore, axe berc
by.notilled tor pay their Indebtedness with
•out'sletry to the undersigned and save costs.
D. B. Itt:SSELT, •
OM VEII, lll , ',:zOitE,
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