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IigOTECE TOOLAIMANTSfUND ' 'THE
.I.l"AutafAaretablrforithe. Liqiiidation of
Damages sustained by citizens of PeinisY l- •
vania during.thelate,Rebellion,, .The Co
mmissioners appointed to, re•examine and.re:o
adjudicated the clairrat ef the "citizens 'of
Franklin:county, as adjadiesteikumier the
several acts ofAsS lembly approVed'the 16th
April, A. 1)., 18621' 22d April, A. D., 1863;'
15th February, A. D., 1866; 9th,April,A.
1868; ail] meet all the, parties \ interested
'(who at the time of said adjudicationsahave
mentioned lived in the towhips 'cif Peters,
Warren arid Montgomery) at Mereersburg
on Monday the 25th day ofSeptember,lB7l,
and on:Monday the 2d. day. of October,.
.32.7-1 , :
at 'Waynesboro', , for • toWaships of Q uincy,
Washington and that part . eif builford lying
east of the road leading'fromiGreenivood
Funkstown; 'and onVedneada ythellth"Cif
'October. G reencastle, at: teencps#e,lor, - ;the township
The - remainder of ' the Claimants, fOr this
County will meet at Chandiershrirg, at such
time for the toanalilpsne, are not mentioned
above; as' circumstances require, and of
which.due - •
J"ACQB PENBLNGER, •,•
J. •W. DOIJG-LAS, •
-HOUSE AND LOT.
rRE undersigned, ass i gnee of Samuel
llGender, will sell at Public Sale, on ' the
premises. oriSaturday - thel4th - day of Octo
ber, 1871, a-I-louse and Lot situated in Piites-
The Lot contains one half-acre. The. im
provements are a
- 'll STORY NEW LOG HOUSE
*Me Stable and other nessai7 out . Build
- inga.---Good-fen'cing and-FititTreesthereom.;
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P.M.
Terms - one third - Cask;Alie - rie - maindef in
two equal payments. PETER ROUZER,
G. V. Mosu Amt.'
7-0 V A
Mff-CUSS LIMESTONE Fllllll.
111 1 IIE Undersigned, assignees 'of Henry
Oaks, will sell at public sale, on the prom
ises, on Thursday the 12th day, cif October
next, a valuable-limestone farm,-situated at,
Antietam-junction r in_Washington_Toivnf_
.ship,-Fianklin County Pa., 2i. miles south
of Waynesboro', on the turn 'pike leading to
_Hagerstown, Md., it contains
,of land 4 acres in Timber, fencing in good re
wirond all in a high stater of cultivation.
!..Clie,unpro-kernents.are a large new
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
'with Cellar, Basenien' t',..E.itchen and it
,c,ellar„with a fine spring 'of water in it; a
!Wagon Shed, Hog Jim, Blacksmith Shpp„l
Wagon maker shop,,a good Awe storylenantl
House, all in good repair, a good bearing'or-H
•chard of choice fruit. The Antietanv.runs,,
by the farm. There is aliehool House with-,
in }.mile ofthe dwellinglioute, and a Church
- within one mile. This farm can be divided
to advantage and will be offered altogether
or.divide Ao'suit purchasers.
_PersonsAvishing to examine the fhrui or
,desiringlinformation will call upon Henry
Oaks residing on the farm or upon the sub
scribers in .11- ay nesboro",
Sale to,commence at 1 o'clock, P. M.
JOHN TIARBAUGH, j*
W . .. MBEItSON,
G. •V. Mose, ,Acct.
VALUABLE FAWN AV
BY order of therphants Court of Frank
lin to., I will expose to,Publie Sale, on
the premises, on SATURDA.Y,,THE 30TH
DAI OF SEPTEMBER, 1371 the following
described Real' Estate situated, in Quincy
township, -viz . : . The' • ,
of Geo. linepper, Fen., di3e'd, containing ,66
Acres and 48 Perches E best quality of Lime
stone Land, in a high state of cultivation, 4
acres, more or less, of •which Ore well set
Vith thriving timber. The improvements
- :are, • '
.A T 11V0-,STORY HOUSE,
I(weatherboarded) ,a, Tenant House. Log
Barn, Wagon Shed, Hog Pen, nd all other
necessary out buildmg,s. There are also on
tlie premises 'CHOICE FRUIT TREES, such
as apple, peach,'WP'., and a :Wen of
failing water. Thi 's one among . the best
grain-prOduchq arm in the township, is
situated °Bennie Nort H of the Village .of
Quincy, and bounded by:lands% of Jas. A.
Cook, Dr. J. Burkholder, It brm, Enepper,
Alex. Hamilton, and others. Sale to : Com
mence at 10 o'clock on said day when terms
will be made know by • _
. GEO. L. KNEKSR,
Administiata r r of Geo. Knepper;dced.
august 31- 7 -ts J. R. , Auet
FIE undersigned will sell at Public Sale
II at their old stand, Mechanic Street,
Waynesborb', • '
ON SEPTEMBER 23, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
a large and varied assortment of
. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Such as Shifting-tops,_F4ing and No-top
Buggies; One and Two horse Carriages,
Itoekaways, GermantownsandJenny Linds.
The above work is manufactured of the
very best material and. for style and finish
cannot be surpassed in the county.
TERMS OF SALE:-1 credit of Nine
Months will be given, purchasers' to give
their notes with approved security. Come
one, come all.
HAMILTON & MORRISON.
GEO, V. Monc, Auct
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
rf I HE subscriber, Trustee for the heirs of
I David Unger, dec'd offers
Sale, the following described 'Town'Pioper
ty, situated on Leitersbnrg St.,, in Waynes
boro', to wit : A lot of gonad with a story
and a half Log House, good Stable r
Ten, and other necessary out-buildings
thereon. There are also on the. lota va
riety of choice.fruit trees. • • •
If the above property is not sold private
ly before Wednesday the 18th day of October
next, it will be offered at Public Sale on
that day at 2 o'clock, PIA. '
A'. 1 'UNGER,
A lame lot just received by
J. IL JOHNSTON
MBE stiliseriber, ; Attorney - for' the • heirs
Of Elizabeth Barh 'dee'd ;will offer
at Public Sale, •;" - • •
otE Sciturdd:y'the 7th day of Oeleber ? ` 1871,
the following 'diaeribed Real Estate ' situated
in Washington township, 'Franklin - county,
on the public road.leading from Philip' Bea
ver's to the Maryland Line, adjoining lands
Of Christian Beaver' Henry , Miller and Si
mon Lecrdne ; to wit': A Tract of beatpal
ityLimestorie Land •containing ,
and 'll5 Perches. The improvements.con
sist of a good one and a half story ,
.11012 HOUSE •
with Basement, 23 by 26feet,aTe i nantliouse
one and 8, half . stories high,, a
42 by 26, Cars enter Shop, Smoke House, Hog
nsCc - . z '
AN EXCELLENT ORCHARD
on the premises containing 45 Apple trees
'All Peachtree:s, Pears,'Cherries, Grapes, ike
A well of water at the' door. • , . ~ •
• 'Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, P. M. on
the prernises ' --- ori said - day;--when-the—terms
will be made known by,, ' •
, JACOB J. MILLER,
• Atterrwy in fact for the Heirs.
Aug. 31-6 •. - . ' . ,
N. W. Car. Pay' ett and' St. Paul Streets
OPPOSE= BARNUM'S CITY 4 119TE1.,
B T I.M 0 R E, BID.
Terms $1.50 Per Day.
ISAAC ALBRRTSON, Proprietor.
J. S. IleurEti, Munger., [aug
Nonterep.Sprilvs, .Firzeatin Catenty, Pa.
'This Institution will be opened October
5th,1871, by •
JONATHAN EMMERT, A. 8.,
• 7110 WILL AM' AS PRINCIPAL,
Employ Assistants, and preside over the In-
stitutian in ,a 1 its interests
For Recommendatitms of Principal, refer
to Faculty of Lafayette College, Easton, Pa.:
Thomas Maddox, M. D., Fairplay, Wash
ington county, Md.
For furtherinformation address
JONATHAN EMMERT. Principal,
Benevola, Washington Co., Md.,
G. G. Solliday, Hagerstown, Md., or David
Miller, Monterey, 1 , rankain Co., Pa.
I. H. IVEITMOR.a,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer,' and Manufac-
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 a less 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 warranta in saying that he can
please all tastes.
EXAMINE LIST OF PRICES.
Cottage—lmitation of Walnut $5, 6,7, to 8
Solid Walnut 8,0, to 10
Jenny Lind-3. Arch Top Panel,
' Walnut " 14, 16, to 18
3-Arch Top Panel,
Imitationlo, 12, to 14
Round, Corner-fdot, 3 Panels Walnut,
Carved 25 to 30
" ' " 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 33, SS, 40, 45, to 60
Solid Walnut Suits 00, 75, to 85
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
wood top 14, 15, to 16
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
Marble top 17, 18, to 30
Solid Wal. 4 drawers, with glass
• • g 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 diff. paterns,
Extension Tables per foot
Windsor or Wood seats (I doz) $5,13, 7 to 10
Cane seats (i doz.) 9, 10, 11k, 121 to 30
(Have over 600 of the above on hand.)
Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 5
Cane Seat Rocking Chairs, 2 to 7
Willow Seat Rocking Chairs,' 2 to 10
Spring . Seated Chairs' Upholstered
in Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Rep
and Terry, lunging in price
per half dozen from
Rocking Chairs uphol. as above
Tete-a-fetes, uphol: as above,
, (each ) frm 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, 9, 10, 11, 12 to 30
Imitation Walnut, for 810, 12, 14, 16 to 30
Solid Walnut, for_ , 15, 18, 20, 25 to 60
itel..Also,sideDoaids, Wash Stands, Mat-'
tresses, and in fact everything in, the Furni
ture line: 'The:limits of rn advertisement
is entirely too narrow. to give a full list of
Furniture made at this establishment.
CALI & SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
tek-..itemetnber the place,
I. 11. WHITMORE,
Dec. 1, lSit
TH. CHEAP ST OB,E 49
• IiAG.OSTOII7; - 3ID. •
CALDWPLL & C 0.,: '
Dry Go 90'Sfiritip'hers!
and Benefactors of the Human Race in the
matterofCheap Goods IrOenuine "Drives!"
Real Substantial Bargains ! Our headquar
ters Are at Hagerstown, - *-11d:—'-the • well
knolin 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 Eicilitiesrfordoing business, is it
any wonder we sell goods CHEAP 1
"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 tentage on our purchases;
and we sell for CASH. ONLY; thus avoiding
thelosses-thatare - sureio , follow the credit
system and rwhich are made up on good pay
ing.customers. We boldly assert,_and we
defy contradiction that - we buy Goods
CHEAPER, and sell for CHEAPER PRO
FIT, than any retail house in Maryland or
—As early as the sth of June last, we saw
that Dry Goods of all kirids would advance
and be much higher this Fall. We imme
diately telegraphed ourAgenti to buy heav
ily, both Cotton and Wollen Goods—and
subsequent unprecedented rise (save during
the war) has justified the wisdom of the
- waned. We are thus able to
season_at Less tlumlast yeaes
understand the advantages
appreciate ' the Bargains we
men complain of "dull times"
if money. We have 'no such
make = we arkalways busy.—
always crowded and our cash
[l. While other men discharge
compelled from time to time
opposition and competition in
'ate defamation and malignan
Ers in particular I This season
ish them yet more, for we are
CALICOES 10 cts. per yard,
SLINS t? 00 and
Clark's Spool Cotton at 6c.,
opening out a large and hand-
DRE t $B. GOODS. snitable - for
wear, to gether with an elegant
CA SSIMERES, FLANNELS,
SHEETING, ' TABLE LINENS,
HATS AND CAPS, TWEEDS,
COUNTERPANES, BOOTS & SHOES,
COATINGS, • TICKINGS,
CORSETS, • TOWELS,
R:c., &c., &c., &c.,
which we will positively sell
25• to 50 Per Cent Cheapen
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
55 Washington St., next to the Court House
N. E. COR. PUB. SQUARE, WAYNFSBO-
Ro'; PA. [Aug 17,1571.
OtOTHBUZ :Ile! Z
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., arriving at Greencastle at 8, making
quick time and sure connection with the
first Passenger train at 8/, 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
train leaves at 915 making connection with
the Washington County Railroad.
aug 20 tf] J. R. WOLPERSBERGER.
ANTIETAM MARBLE WORKS!
H. WALTER - & BRO.
111ANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
3.fonumente, Tombs, Headstones, &C. ctc.,
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,
we are able to fill orders at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonable terms.
Give 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
'aid Office and will receive prompt attention.
April .3—tf. ' H. W. dr. BRO.
1101 IT IS THIS FOR HIGH,
JOHN FORD in returning ,thanks to the
fti public for their patronage announces that
he intends :emoting his shop to the, Base
ment of Walker's Building, (and not' leav
ing town xs is the:belief of many)where he
intends carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS as usual.
$7,50 to 9
5 to '6
9, 10; 12 to 15
• .2to 3
All persons knOwing themselves indebted
to me will please call and settle _their ac
counts immediately, for I pay cash ,for my
stock and muiBt have -my money. Don't
want to see the face of that Unwelcome visi
tor, the Deputy from TortAtchar,"' 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.
23 to 75
9 to 15
LIVERY ! LIVERY !
lIIHE undersigned informs the public gen-
I. malty that he has purchased the Livery
heretofore owned by Frank. Weagley, and
is fully prepared to meet the wants of the
community in his line of business.
He has had all his carriages neatly re
paired and refitted, and his horses are safe,
gentle and fast travellers. Parties convikyed
to any point desired, accompanied by a care
, Office at the 'Waynesboro' -Hotel, where
an attentive hostler will be in attendance at
all hours of the night and day. 1te,..N0 of
fort will be spared to accommodate all who
nay patronize him. •
ts. *M. XI:7NR%
CAT BE HEARD AT THE STORE 'OF
-__ o -.
I have just bought in 'the East a 'choice
stock of gods. • A full supply of • • •
COFFEES, TEAS, • '
RICE, WHITE SUGARS,.
(Coffee, cracked loaf and pulverized.)
P. B. and N. 0. Molasses and syrups, Dried
Fruit, Sugar-Curectliams, Smoked Beef &c.,
In the way of Pure Spiees•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 veil best quality on hand
wintek and summer.
ORMERS OE MA RINJUSt
-L-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 — urruWd on v• . lth - Tilie santelt a - Friff.=
Housekeepers wanting. to lay in a supply
for the summer should buy very soon.
I now have 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 proviAion line as Mackerel. Make a
note of this. ,
GLASSWARE.—Look at the goblets, tum
blers, sets, small dishes.
_ WEE- - NSWARE.—Granite—ware — of — the'
very best make
• ported in tea sets and
• by the dozen and half
dozen. Also a large
• NOTIONS AND SUNDRIES.—Baskets,
buckets, brooms, tubs,
brushes, soaps, clothes
pins, pocket books,-es
sences, Barlow's blue,
chewing tobacco and
segars, be., &c.
I ask the public to call and examine.—
Will always try to make the prices suit cash
April 20, 1871. TV. A. REID.
INVALIDS DON'T DESPAIR!
Thousands have found relict and , 7
_thousands will turn to this Medi, ifj
cane, aller_oxhansting their purses_
and patience in search oilman.
Giddiness of the head, dullness of the t : la
breath, coated tongue, loss of appetite, pain:land week.
nest in the alemachcallaraminent of the liver, yellow.
nese of the skin, constant fever and thirst, with a total
disrelish for business, pleasure or any kind of employ
ment. FAHENZrg PANACEA,. if taken and persmered
in for a few days, will remove this whole class °ramp.
toms. The fluids of tho body become pure, and mind
clear the stomach strengthened, the tongue clean, the
appetite improved , and the whole system so benefited
that disease, in bad weather, la less liable to afflict you.
Dr. P. FAHRNEY'S
Blood Cleanser or Panacea.
As a 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 are often very injurious. A medicine which pos.
sasses the qualities of a cathartic as well as undid alter.
tare, arid which is capable of arresting disease without
the least iniary.to the child. is of Incalculable value to
every mother. As a cathartics UM very effective, yet it
does not, Itglven In propbr quantities, cause nausea or
distress to the stomach or bowels.- It is very pleasant
to the taste, which 13 a very important feature as a
medicine for children. As oprecentive of disease It is
unprecedented, gait nets directly upon the digesUve or.
gars and the blood. In all scrofulous diseases, It is the
most effective medicine over °tiered to the public; and,
If given regularly and perseveringly, those eruptive dis
eases so common to children mast , be entirely eradicated.
d Prepared by P. Pshinoyrs Bros. &
1 Co.. Wilvlte3Doro. Pa., and Dr
FanattElt. 'North Dearbo is
St., C1110.M.10. Price a 1.25 per bottle, N aok
45.. for stale by 'Wholesale and Retail
•--` dealers. And by •
F. Forthman, J. B. Amberson, M. D. and
Dr. A. S. Bonbrake, Waynesboro'; Rouzer
4S-4Buhrman, Pikesirille. [Dec. 8, 1871-Iy.
IVL .10 3:31 x x 1T 3111 l 3 ;
.11E- 1 ° _AIL liE 1 1 1b7 71C• OPWI' I)
G®' TO FOUBTENALIPS
ibmtpur. 3 / 4 _l6vl(76:r‘*.:l,•atit- , tkle.L.
Waynci,•boro',ll.ly 21, 1871.
aration, which is due to merit
alone. • We_ can assure our old
patrons that it is kept fully up to
its high standard; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepare
ban for restoring 9rsar on FADED
Rini to its youthful color, making
it soft lustrous, and silken. The
scalp, by its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptls and
dandittff, and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from Ming
out, as it stimulates and . nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme - old - age - .: -- It - is the mos V----
economical' HAIR-DRESSING ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance.. A. A. Hayes,
MD., State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents are
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality ; and I consider it
the ' BEST PRZTAIILTION for' its
Sold Druggists caul Dealers in Aredkines.
Tea° one Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Renewer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation, which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO. O
THE undersigned will sell at Public Sale,
1.71 DAY THE 26T11 DAY OR SEPTEMBER,
1871, the following described Real Estate,
situated on the old Hagerstown road,4 miles
from Waynesboro' and 7 miles from Hag
erstown, half mile from the Marsh Store,
known as the John Gipe property, to wlt:
AND 90 PERCHES •of best quality Lime
stone Land. The improvements consist of
- — BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
2:3x-15, containing 7 rooms and basement; a
good 'SWITZER BARN, a Wood Shop, 20
by 25. with Basement, suitable for cabinet
carriage or wagon-maker; also a Blacksmith
Shop, a one :unlit half story TENANT
110 ILSE, the texant , house and shops being
weatherboarded. There are also an Orch
ard of choice Grafted fruit on the premises,
principally apples and pears, and a never
failing well of water near the buildings.—
The situation for a good mechanic is a de
sirable one, and such have always met with
liberal encouragement from the neighbor
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock on said day/
when terms will be made known by
SMALL PROPERTY FORSILE!
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale a
small Tract of Limestone Land contain
ing 2q Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of
Waynesboro', Franklin county, Pa. The
improvefnents c onsist of ONE AND A
HALF STORY LOG 110 USE and Log Burn,
Wood and: Wash House, a never-failing well
of water convenient to the house, with two
cisterns to the buildings. also a good Apple
Orchard with a variety of choice fruit, such
as pears, peaches, cherries, grapes, er.C.
1111 g, 24=ts] ANDREW SENGER.
MINN'S SNUB OIL !
rpHE alarmiing increase in the number of
J 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 ILLU3II
The proprietor of this oil has for several
years felt the necessity of providing for, and
presenting to the public, as a substitute for
the dangerous compoiuids 'which are sent
broadcast over the country, an oil that is
safe, brilliant, and entirely reliable. After
a long series oflaborious and costly experi
ments, hehas succeeded in providing, and
offers to the public, such a substitute, in
"CARSON'S STELLAR OIL"
It should be used by every family because
it is safe beyond a question. The primary
purpose in 'the preparation ,of STELLAR
OIL has been to make it Perfectly Safe, thus
insuring the livesandproperty,of those who
use it. Its present standard of SAFETY
and BRILLIANCY 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 adulteratjon of this oil with
the explosive compounds now known under
the name of kerosene, Sc., etc., it is put up
for family use in five-gallon cans, each can
being sealed and stamped with the trade
mark of the proprietor; it cannot, therefore,
be tampered with between the manufacturer
and consumer. Mone is gelatine without
It is the duty and interest of all dealers
and customers of illuniinatin,g 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 & Statler, Marion.
E. B: Winger, Quincy.
- CieNicks & Burkhart, Chambersburg.
W. D. Dixon, St. Thomas.
'J. Hostetter & Co., Greencastle.
Thomas C. Grove, Mercersburg.
Jno. L. Ritcherv,
JAIIDEN & CO., WHOLESALE Annyrs.
No. 136 South Front St., Philadelphia.
If 4EI p 11.1: (1) 34, - ; ILN AI 4,;011
orlIE subscriber would inform the public
I. that he is at all times prepared . to make
to order Gents Coarse or fine Boots, also
coarse or fine work for Ladies or Misses, in
cluding the latest style of lasting Gaiters.—
Repairing done at short notice, and measur
es taken in private families if desired- Shop
on East Main Stieet, in the room formerly
occupied by J. Elden, as a flour and feed
THOS. J. HOLLINGSWORTH
SHAD AND HERRING.—Mess. Shad and
Orotamac Herring in hbls: for sale by -
W. A. REID.
PRICE & Vi APPS
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS,
.S-T-ATIONA-R-Y--A-IND - PORTABLE - STE - A.m. ENGINES
Boilers, Tanks, and Sheet-Iron Work ; Machinist's Tools, Wood Wdrking 'Machinery;
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Say-Mills, Felloe-Ben
ders, Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stillwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined ; Cameron & Co's Special Stoma Pump ; Saws of all kinds, (Distend
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. fer Tor further particulars,
send for Catalogue and Price
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn'a, June 29, 1871.
A VALUABLE HOMESTEAD!
MI - 4 1 WA , 1,4-41
THE Fubscriber offers her HOMESTEAD
1. situate in Washington Township, Frank
lin county, Pa.; two miles South. of Waynes
boro', along the-Pike leading from Waynes
boro' to Leitersburg, containing
ELEVEN ACRES OF LAND,
more or less. The improvements consist of
a good House, part Stone and part Log.
Roughcast; - one - and - a half story high, with
Basement. An excellent Stable, Hog Pen,
(newly 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
CHOICE APPLE TREES!
About SIXTY PEACH TREES. separate
from apple otchardotairahriving-nnalbeir
. ing condition. There is also,
A WATER-POWER CONNECTED
with this property that could be turned into
This is one of the finest and most desira
hIIe.HOMESTEADS in the neighborhood.—
Soil in a high state of cultivation.. •
Any person wanting further information,
should call upon the undersigned, living on
saiti property, who .will take pleasure in
showing the same and also give Terms of
July 6, 1871. MARGARET FUNK.
A DESIRABLE FRAHM
Prive.te Sale .
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale the
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. Amore 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.
R. WICKEY'S celebrated Cholera Med
icine prepared by DAVID M. HOOVER of
Ringgold, 31d., wit& had during the sea
s= at F. FOURTHDIAN'S Drug Store, and of
dealers generally. Travelling Agent,- '
July 27,'71-6m. HENRY' MYERS.
'NEW TIN STORE. .
rrilE undersigned would most respectfnlly
inforin the citizens of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he has'opened a new Tin Store
on East Main street, opposite Stover
IVoltf's Dry Goods emporium,and keeps
constantly on hand a good suply of
- COOK COAL STOVES;
MORNING GLORIES, etc., at prices to suit
the times. All kinds of work done in his
line with' neatness and .dispatch, such as
roofing, spouting and repairing. , You 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 hitipes for a con
tinuance of the same.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
Administration on the estate of Lewis
S. Waddle, late of Washington township,
dee'd, have been 'granted to the under
signed, residing in said township. All per
sons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immediate pay
ment, and those• having claims will tme
sent thein for settlement to the, undersign
ed,,lor to his attorney, Joseph Douglas, Esq.,
Waynesboro'. GEO. AV. WADDLE,
Administrator of LewisS. Waddle, deed.
ETTERS of administration having been
a e ligranted 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. R. ILA3rwro3:,
, Aug 14-6 w ' • Adm'r
THE subscriber announce§ 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, regularly during
the season. Customers also supplied with
Veal and Lamb when desired.
Thankful for past patronage he licipes by
selling nothing but the choicest meats to
merit a continuance of the same.
may 25—tf ' THOS. J. CUNNINGHAM.
THE subscriber offers for sale MORTIC
ED CHESNUT POSTS for Post and Rail
or Palling fence. Also Locust Posts for eith
er kind of fencing; He is also qrepared to
supply the public with burnt Lime and Corn
by the quantity.
may Il—tf ALEX HAMILTON
DEALER IN FLOUR •AND FEFICSTuFF,
Ono door West of the Bolvdta, house.
WAYNESBORO!, FRANKLIN COUNTY, PENN'A.
CLAYTON M. FREY
Has a complete assortment
MISSES - AND '
BOOTS, SROES AND GAITERS,
'.Call and see goods and get prices
THOMPSON'S "GLOVE FITTING COR
SETS," at • SMITH'S.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, o
all kinds at SMITH'S.
MEATS AND CAPS,
A full stock now ready, consisting of all.the
i lateststyles, at -
PAPER COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES,
Suspenders, everything in that line, at '
Town Hall Store.
CARPETS! CARPETS !
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,
ever offered in Greencastle.
with all the fixtures for putting up.
constantly on hand and made to order
LV - Selling lower than any other house
in the county. ItEr Call and hear prices.
Greencastle, Dec.l, 1870.
THE, subscribers announces to the public
that they have opened a Bakery and Con
fectionary on Main street, Waynesboro', op
posite the "Bowden House", where persons
at all times can be supplied with fresh Bread,
Rolls, Pretzels, all kinds of Sweet Cakes,
wholesale or retail. A full supply of Can
dies, Nuts,' Fruits, etc., always on hand.—
ICECREAM regularly supplied during the
Having erected at considerable expense a
first-clash 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 SLEASMAN & MORT.
FAIRVIEW LIE !
FAMILY FLOUR, TC.
THE undersigned having refitted and ad
ded all the latest improvements to his
Mill, (formerly Frantz's) announces to the
public that he is noiv manufiteturing 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
STUFFof all kinds, which ho will whole
sale or retail at the Mill, or deliver if de
sired, at the lowest market rates, Having
refitted his Mill with the mast improved ma
chinery he feels that he is enable-A. to give
The highest market price paid for Wheat
delivered at the Mill.
COOPER STUFF wanted.
mar 24—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
T"partnership heretofore existing. be- '
tween & Beaver way 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 htunedia
The business will hereafter be conducted
by, • J. W. MILIEU 4; CO..
LUMBER„ LUMBER, &c,
ll'The subscriber has for salo Chestnut Shin
gles, railings, Plastering, Laths, Shing
ling Laths, Pino Lumber from a half to ono
inch. All other sizes of Lumber lltrnished
to order. Also, Oak, Pine and Chestnut
Wood by the load Dm salo on the ground,
SEI - He hats also lee for sale.
April 23 tf. A. S. MANN
ALL persons indebted by note or account
to the estate of Henry Besore, are here
by notified to pay their iridebbaduciss with
out delay to the undersigned and, save costs,
I). 13. RUSSELL, • .
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IF you •
want Iran-bound barrels for
Jkciaor vittegar, call nt the-laboratory of
DR. P. rATIRICEY'S J3ROS, a CO.
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