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*ORlctillottint4, -4 trataciDEß'THE
_LI AO of 200MblYfer the:: ~If i qUi`dation IA
Damageiiiiitained:by :Citizenly. of PennsYl-
7-PW..101%0:141" lifts Rebellion; - ab.e Com
mtigArametsApptifttted tetiitetahaindand . re
adjudicated',tbe.;4oZlS ..,of"„ e„ citizens Of
alhOlin`coniy',l437 arida '
keral seta of.Aiseittbly, a pbe 18th
: Atic4l;.A.T.D.i. - 1882 ; Wd April,,Av..D.; 18e§;
.15th - febrtitifY,`,A.: 11:',..1.80;: otu Atitil; A. D.
1.888; `tiiii , meet 4'll the . iiarties • Interested
(Oa:at the tithe of said adjUdicationsabove
xuentioned 'Ned in the 19yrnships of Peters,
Witren and Moatioinety,):lit Mercersburg
oft Monday the,:2Bthday ofSeptember,lB7l;
and on 'Mender:o e2d .day of October, • 1871,.
at-Waynesboro,',' • for ~ buliships Of ;Quincy,
Washington and that part of Guilforklying
east of the' road leading front Greenwood to
Funkstourt4 and 9ri 'Wednesday the Iltkof
October, at . Greencastle , ..fok the township
of Antrim. -'s-:,-...,',, • • -.• :-.... , • ~. . , ,
The-remainder 'lciaiintinh3 for this
County wilrMeetateckuninieriburg„.at such
time for theW*4l44o .as areMitmentioned
above, as eiicutestances. reqttire, and of
which due noti&6;ifiltbejliven.
' . - • AC-08-P-ENSINGER "
S.Nir: - DOUGLAS,
2 -3 t&. Comthiwpiietg
"o 11 MOUSE AND LOT.
HEvlinderggnedi assignee of •Samuel
GondOr, will sell at Public Sale, on the
preinises: art-Satuiday the 14th dav, df Octo
ber,.lB7l, house and Lot situated' in Pikes
vine, • •
The tot'contains one half-acre. The im
provements are a' •
11 STORY NEW LOG HOUSE
Frame Stable and Othermessary out Build
ings. Good fenciitgaridrruitTreesthereon.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock,P.M. '
Terms one third ,Cash, tli¢ remainder in
tiso equal paymerits. PETER ROUZEB,,
+ 6. V. MONO A-uct.
_llllllllll_ 131 E
rr HE;• 'undersigned, assignees of :Henry
Oaks, will sell at public sale, on the prem
ises; on Thursday the :12th day ofrOetober
next, a valuable limestone farm, raituatad at
Antietam junction, in WashingtOn Town
ship, Franklin County Pa., ,2.1 miles south
of Waynesboro', on the turnpike leading to
Hagerstown, Md., it contains
.• • 101 1-2 'ACRES
of land 4 acres in Timber, fencing in good re
air; and all in state of cultivation.
The improvements are a large new
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
•with Cellar, Basement, Kitchen• and milk
cellar, with a fine spring of water in it ; a
.LABGE, BANE BARN,
Wagon Shed, Hog pen, Black Smith Shop,
Wagon maker shop, a good two story tenant
.House, all in good repair, a goodbearing or
chard of choice fruit. The Antietam runs
• ,by the farm. There is a•School House with
in .1- mile ofthe dwelling II ouse,and a Church
within one mile. This farm can be'divided
to advantage and will be Offered altiigether
•.or divide to suit purchasers.
Personswishing to examine _the farm or
, desiring inforination will call-Ali:ion 'Henry
Oaks residing on the farm or upon the sub
scribers in' Waynesboro", - , •
„Side to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M.
JOHN HARBAUGH, jr.
W S. AMBERSON,
VALUABLE' FARM AT'
lEp Y, order of the Orphan's• Court of Frank-
Co., I 'will expose to Public Sale, on
the:premises, on SATURDAY; THE. 30TH
D4.Y OF SEPTEMP r EII, 1871 the following
described Real Estate situated in Quincy
township, viz : The •„ •
fUt 11 411.1
of Geo. Kneliper,-sen., dec'd,'.eontainins '66
Acres and 48 Perches, heat quality of Lime
stone Land, in a high state of cultivation• 4
acres, more or less, of which: are , well set
with thriving timber. The improvements
Bweatherboarded) a Tenant,- House. Log
arn, Wagon Shed, .Hog Pen, and all other
necestiary.out buildings. There, are alsO on
the premise's CHOICE FRUIT TREES, such
us apple, peach, eze., and a Well - of . net er
failing water. This is one among the - best
grain -producing farms in -the • township, is
situated one mile North of the, village of
Quincy, and bounded by lands of Jas. A.
Cook, Dr. J. , Burkholder, A:brm., Knepper,
Alex. Hatailion,-and others. Sale to, com
mence at 10 o'clock on said day ~ then. terms
will be made know by
GEO. L. KNEPPER,
Administrator of Geo. Knepper, dce'd.
august J. It, SMITH, Auct.
HE undersigned will sell at Public Sale
I at their old stand, Mechanic Street,
ON SEPTEMBER 2:3, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
•a •large and varied assortment of
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Such as Shifting-tops, Falling and No-top
Buggies ; One .and Two-horse Carriages,
Rockaways, Germntowns and Jenny_Linds.
The abov,:o work is manufactured of the
very best material and for style and finish
cannot be surpassed in the county. •
TERMS OF SALE:—A credit of Nine
Months will be given, purchasers to give
their notes with approved security. Come
one, come all.
HAMILTON & MORRISON.
GEO. V. Mom), Auct
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
TIIHE subscriber, Trustee for the heirg of
I David Unger, dec'd offers at Private
Sale, the following, described Town Proper
ty,. situated ou Leitersburg Waynes
boro; to • wit : A lot of gound with a story
and a half Log House, good Stable, Hog
Pen, and other neccssary out-buildings
thereon. , There are also -on the lot' a va
riety of choice fruit trees.
It the above'property is not sold • private
ly before Wednesday the 18th day of Odober
next, it will be. offered at Public Sale on
that day at 2 o'clock, P. M.
A. J. UNGER,
KNIFE ..131.41 5 4-3DMS.
Alarge lot just received by
a ug: 31-3 m. , J. H. JOHNSTON
MEM subscriber, 'Attorney for the. heirs
of Elizabeth Barnhart, .dee'd will offer
at Public Sale, •
on Saturday the 7th day of October,' 1871,
the following discribed Real Estate situated
in Washington township; Franklin county,
•on the public road leading from Philip Bea
ver's to the Maryland Line; lidjoiiting lands
of Christian. Beaver, Henry Miller and Si
monLecronertb wit: • 'A Tract of bestqual
ityLimestone Land 'containing,;
and 115 PereheS. iiirOrovements coif
.ost of a good 'one and a, half, story . •
yith.Basement, 23,by 26 ieet, Tenantiloimie
FIB-4 Mg: BARN
42 - by - 28Xarpenter - SlitTiSmoke - Honse,Hog
Pen; &c. There•is;
AN , E%.CELLENT ORCHARD
on the premises cOntaining . 45 Apple trees
50 Peach trees, Pear Cherries, .Grapes, &c
A well of water at the • door.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, P. M
the premises, on said day, when the terms
will be made known by
JAC:OB.3. MILLER, ,
Attorney in Let for the Heirs. .
Aug. 31.-r-ts . •
MAMA HUSE itaTia
,Cor. Fayett and St. Paul Streets
OPPOSITE ItARNEM'S CITY HOTEL,
Terms $1.50 Pei Day.
IS • • C ALBERTSON, Proprietor.
J. S. • .1‘ • Manager. [aug 24-Iy.
OLE ENT ACADEMY,
Monterey Springs, Franklin County, Pa
This Institution will'be opened October
sth, 1871, by
JONATHAN EMMERT, A. 8.,
WHO WILL ACT AS PRINCIPAL,
Employ Assistants, andpt.eside - over the In-
stitution in all its interests.
For RecOnimendations of Principal, refer
to Faculty of Lafayette College, Easton, Pa.:
Thomas Maddox - , M. D., Fairplay, Wash
ington county,. Md.
For further information address
JONATHAN EMMERT. Principal, ,
Benevola, Washington Co., Md.,
G. G. Solliday, Hagerstown,. Md., or David
Miller, Monterey, Franklin Co., Pa.
L H. WHITMO,ta,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer, and Manufac-
takes this method of informing his custom
em 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
ho 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 warranted in saying that he can
please all tastes.
EXAMINE LIST OF PRICES.
Cottage—lmitation of Walnut $5, 6,7, to
• 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 36
" 41 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
Im. Wal, 4 drawers, with glassy
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, $7,50 to 9
Breakfast do., four legs, 5 to 6
Mar. do 20 diff. paterns, / 9, 10, 12 to 15
Extension Tables per foot 2 to 3
Windsor or Wood seats (k doz) $5, Q, 7 to 10
Cane seats (k doz.) 9, 10, 11k, 12i 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, ranging in price
per half dozen from • 25 to 75
Rocking Chairs uphol. as above 9 to 15
Tete-a-Tetes, nphol. 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, 9, 10, 11, 12 to 30
Imitation Walnut, for $lO, 12; 14 , 16 to 30
Solid Want ? for 15, 18, 20, 25 to 60
te—Also, side Boards, Wash Stands, Mat
tresses, and infaet 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 YO4 RSELVES.
tte,-Remember the place,
I. H. WHITMORE,
Dec. 1, 1871. - Greenatstle, l'a.
.-1, , , , ' , Nr1ff4 7 77e 2 71 - m - xinTym3l 7 4 l ;7l;lNF7.7 - 3 , A7, - 7.712',%, ,4,7,70"." - ` 7 7'.: - CkW:77.7: 4 1 77g4r: 1 ,:
. , •:- ' e,
HE au s rp era a t'"E nva ,a e a
'valuable Farm, situated in Autrim town
ship, Pa„; along the'hiarah Run ,
adjoming lands of Samuel, 8.. likkiV.'elx, Sam
uel hlotkodeMns amiothers, containing „ ,
200: Acr - e's
moie .or less; Of thst ipidity Limestone
Land: - .Abaut forty - acres dr,which is set
with thriVing , ,timher t'• The ' . imprOvpuents
are,, A ,LARGETWp-S-TORit. ; • ,
two -stork Stone Put-Hortia,a. laige
:',B TON E .13. A
Wagon shedand all - ather-' , necessary . out
building's. There is also on the _premises a
FINE ORMARD of of grafted fruit in bear
ing c.ondttioni 'A . good: - well of • water
at the house. ' The Marsh Run flows
tbroughlbelirrri. - Persona wishing
• to see
the farm can _call_on :the : subscriber • who
will ehowlt to thm
:ASSIGFEE , S'SALE
OF A HOUSk AND LOT
PHE Undersigned. Assignee of George
Leisinger, will sell. at•, Public, Sale. on
the premises, on Saturday 14th, of OCtober,
A House and Lot situated in Pikesville,
the lot contains 21. acres. The improve
ments are a.
TWO-STORY LOG HOUSE,
Log - Shop, good stable and other necessar
out-buildings, good.' fencing, and a Variety
of choice fruit • trees. Terms—one third
cash, remainder in two equal payments.—
Sale to commence at one o'clock
, PETER 80 - IMM,
September T—ts . .Assignee.
rpHE subscriber informs the public, his
creditors included, that he is now pre
pared to do all kinds,of Mason work at short
notice and upon the most reasonable terms.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
Pikesville, Sep. 7-4 w.
AJbarrel and all kinds of Feed cheap for
cash. Cash, cash all the time
September 7,-tf J. ELDEN.
a 3 4i. 7.7\7" N 2 1
FORNEY & SONS
will pay the highest market price for 650
cords of Rock and Black Oak Bath delivered
at their Tannery in Waynesboro.
Hides and Skins taken in and:weiglaed_at
the cellar of C. Ruthes' Shoe Store, for which
the highest market price will be paid.
- cHE subscribers. have at their Mill a
large quantity of Shelled Corn, which
they will sell ground or unground at a mi.
Sept 14-3 t HOOVER & SUMMERS.
FrE subscriber informs the public that
e is proprietor of the Buss line running
daily between Waynesboro', and Greencas
tle, heretofore run by Wolfersher• , e r I un
en With good horses and a first-class four
horse Omnibus he is epabled to convey pas
sen"ers to and fro with comfort and conve
-His Buss will leave Wayifesboro', at 6i
A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 8, making
quick time and sure connection with the
first Passenger train at 83. 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 maldng connection with
the Washington County Railroad.
aug 20 tfl J. R. IVOLFERSBERGER.
ANTIETAM' MARBLE MORES!
H. WALTER & SRO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Monument; Tombs, Headstones, &c. &C.,
SITE call attention to our assortment of
tha above, comprising the newest and
most approved styles.
. the adtantne 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,
Gis;e us a call at our Yard, near Antietam
Junction, on the Waynesboro' and Hagers
town Turnpike; two miles from the former
lace. Post Office address, Waynesboro',
N. B. Orders can be left at the Village Bea
ard Office and will receive prompt attention.
April 3—tf. H. W. & BRO.
. 1101 V IS Till FOR HIGIL
JOHN 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 , riot leav
ing town .is is the belief of many .where he
inten:a carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS as usual. . sr,
All persons knoiring themselves indebted
to me will please eall 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 TertMetcher,"'prowl
ing about my shop seeking WhOin he may
Customers will therefore find me at the
Basement refered to after
.the first , of April
LIVERY`!: LIVERY !
T HE undersigned informs the public
erally 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 big carriages neatly re
paired and refitted, and his horses are safe,
gentle and fast travellers. Parties conveyed
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. 119„..N0 ef
fort will be spared to accommodate all who
may patronize him.
Dec. 17, ts. • WM. FUNK.
LUMBER; LUMBER, &c, •
/The subscriber has for sale Chest - I%ld
gles, railings, Plastering LathT, Shing
ling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to ono
inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished
to order. Also, Oak, Pine and Chestnut
Wood by the load for solo on the ground.
fierHe has also Ice for'sale.
April 23 tf. A. S. 3.10›.4-IsT.
COON It STONEHOUSE
Respectfully announce to 'the _public that
thoy ha're•opened' to • their store- room, on
the Sonth-west-corpor - Of,the , Diamand, in
WetyneSboro.,!. a- • largo' and selected
DRY GOODE, • • '
• GROCERIES, •
•• ~ , HARDWARE,'.: •• •
' • • • ' •-•• AND , CUTLERY''•
Iron, Steel, Nails doieliinakers Goods of ey- 7
ery description, Queensware,• - Cedarware,
Shoes, Carpets, .011' Cloths,. Paints, - Glass,
Oils, Varnish Brashes, • Fish,.Salt,, and all
kind of Goods kept in a well regulated store.
Our goods are all mew and fresh and have
been . bought for cash at the late decline in
We flatter ourselves that fro our long
experiencein business, and rmination
to sellgoods at small pr ,we shall offer
unusual indueeMents o buyers who desife
to save money. . ease call and see for,
We have a large and well assorted stock
of staple and fancy Dry Goods, embracing
CLOTHS, CASSIIHERES, &C.,
Satinetts, Jeans, Tweeds, Cottonades, Cords;
StriPes, Checks, Gingham, Linen- and Cot
ton Table Diapers, Crash for towels, Cali
coes, Delains, Alpaccas,
Fancy DRESS GOODS, , DRILLINGS,
Shawls, , Brown and Bleached Sheeting and
Shirtings, Ticldngs, Ling:ls, Flannels, White
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery and Notions. We
are receiving 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
kinds of Country Produce, such as Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Eggs, Dried Fruit, Rags, &c.
Nov. 3, 1870.
July 20, 1
Has now on)raliii a Full Line of
GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
HATS fir Men and. 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 Children Shoes in great variety
' /a—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. - E. ELDEN.
NIW ERNA V, NIEW , anus
LATE STYLES I LOW MISES t
OERNER & WAYNANT Lave just open
ed at the Conn= CLonnso Sloan, 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 Crape Coat
ings, stylish Vest Patterns, etc.
All of which will be made to order with
the best Trimmings and in the best manner.
A GOOD Frr GuaIANTEED in every case or
Paper Collars, Ties, Bows, Suspenders, Hos
iery etc., always on hand.
Gentlemen desiring 'stylish and 'good fit
ting clothing should give us a trial.
BOERNER 45t WAYNANT,
S. E• Cor. Diamond,
rime subscriber announces to his friends
.1 and the public that he has purchased
the Coach• Factory formerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is nqw engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main :Street, at the East =end of
Waynesboro. Haying . acknowledge 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 on hand orders filled
Tan. 14 tf.
THE undersigned has appointed Freder
ick Dull, of Quincy township, agent to
collect his accounts and transact other busi
ness pertaining to the same.
July 6-tf JEREMIAH HESS, M. D.
THE . INGREDIENTS THAT
COMPOSE ROSADALIS are
published on every package,lhere•
fore it is nst a secret preparation,
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT
It a certain cure for Scrofula.
Syphilis in all its forms, Rheuma,i
plaint and all diseases of the
ONE BOTTLE OF SOMALIS
will do more good than ten bottles --
of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
have used Rosadalisinthoirpractice
for the past three years and freely
endorse it as a-reliable Alterative
DR. T. C. PUGR of Baltimore.
DR. T. J. BOYKIN, "
DR. R. W. C
DR. . '.'
DR. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholasville,
• S. C.
DR. A. B. NOBLES, Edgecomb, N. C.
USED AND MOBBED BY
J. B. FRENCH & SONS,•FaII River,
W. Indian, Mich. Li
M'L. G. MeFADDEN, Murfrees
Our apace win not, allow of any es.
tended remarks in relation to the
virtuesof Rosadalis. To the Medical
Professibu we guarantee a Fluid Ex
tract imperier to any they limne ever
used in the treatment of diseased
Blood; and to the afflicted we eay try
Rosadalis, and you will be restored
Rondelis is 'sold all Druggists;
rico .11 / . 50 per battle. Address .
- DB. CILIUM a ,00.'‘
: :Iltairrfactisriag Cheesisk,
BAMX OII 4 441
Look at the List!
of all kinds and varieties
GEO. B. HAWKER,.
" ia \ \
, Every yaiiincreases , the :P.WOpu
larity of - this valuable Hair Prep
&ration, 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 iiiiifeeted prepara
tion for restoring GRAY on FADED
limn to its youthful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. The
scalp; by its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions and
• dandruff,,and, byits, tonic_proper-.
ties, prevents the hair from fa ling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use; the'
hair grows thicker and stro i rc.
In baldness , it restores the cap
glands to their normal vigor, an
. will create a new growth, except in.
extreme old age. It is the most
economical HAIR-DRESSING' 'over
used, as it requires - fewer applied.'
tions, arid gives the hairs splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes,
11E.D, State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, "The cOnstituents:arli_____
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the.. BEST .PREPanArion . for its
• intended purposes." •
&id byail Druggists and Dealers in Medkinet.
Price 0:40 Ilallar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our ReneWer in many cases
requires too long a,time, and too
much care, to restore gray ortided
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparatioN-which
quialy and effectually accomplish'
this result. , It is easily . applied,
add produces a color :which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL &
PHE undersigned-will sell at Public Sale,
ON TUESDAY THE 26TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
1871, the following described Real Estate,
situated on the old Hagerstownroad,4 miles
from Waynesboro' and 7 miles from Hag
erstown, half mile from the Marsh Store,
known: as.the John Gripe property, to wit:
15 A ORMS
AND 90 PERCHES of best quality Lime-
a two story
BRICK DWELLING 'IIOITSt,
2bx45, 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 and a half story TENA N T
HO USE, the tenant 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
hood. . •
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 Salo a
JL small Tract of Limestone Land contain
ing .20i Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of
Waysboro', Franklin county, Pa. The
improvements consist of ONE AND A
HAYS STORY LOG Ho USE and Log Barn,
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 z
aug t.4—ts] ANDREW SISGER:
CARSOYS STEM OR !
nE alarmimg increase in the number of
ightful 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 the public, as a substitute for
the dangerous compounds which are sent
broadcast over the country, an oil that is
safe, brilliant, and entirely reliable. After
a long series oflaborious and costly experi
ments, he has succeeded in. providing,, and
offers tolhe public, such a substitute, in '
"CARSON'S STELLAR OIL"
It should be used by every family because
it is safe boyond a question. The primary
purpose in the preparation of STELLAR
OIL has been to make it Perfectly Safe, thus
insuring the lives and property 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 adulteration of this oil with
the exploSive compounds now known under
the name of kerosene, Sic., &c., 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. None is genuine without
• It is the duty and interest of all dealers
and customers ofilluruinating oil to use the
STELAR OIL only, because it alone is,known
to be safe and reliable. It is forsale' by
Ambersom Benedict & Co . , Waynesboro'.
Manon & Staler, Marion.
E. B. Winger, Quincy.
Gelwicks & Burkbart, Chambersburg.
W. D. Dixon, St. Thomas.
J. liostetter & Co., Greencastle.
Thomas C. Grove, Mercersburg.
Jno. L. Ritchery,
JARDEN & CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS.
No. 136 South Front St., Philadelphia.'
feb 2-1 S7l,
p :T.I.Y (.D4 W ö
trrllE subscriber would inform the public
j. that he is at all times. prepared to, make
o order Gents Coarse or fine Booth, also
coarse or fine work for Ldtlies 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
o n East Main Street, in the room formerly
occupied by J. Elden, as a • flour and feed
THOS. J. HOLLTh7GSWORTH
SHAD ANT) HERRING.—Mess. Shad and
kiPotomae Herring in bbls. for sale by
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STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEA' ENGINES •
Boilers, Tanks," and Sheet-Iron Work; Machinist's Tools, Wood Working Machinery, Na 6
Shafting, Pulleys, and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Saw-Mills, Felloe-Ben
ders;--Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stillwell's Patent Heater, Limo Extractor and
Filter, combined; Cameron & Co's Special Steam Pump; Saws of. all kinds, (Distond
manufacture;lron Pipe and Fittings; Brass Work ; Gum and Leather Belting • 'MAO
facturors and Engineers! Supplies, generally furnished at lowest Retail Prices. All kinds
of Foundry Work—heavy or light, Fron and Brass Castings—made to order; REPATR
ING carefully done. ''For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List
A VALUABLE HOMESTEAD!
A.HE subscriber offers her HOMESTEAD,
si,aa Le in II asnington Township, Frank
..4l county, Pa., two miles South of Waynes
boro', along the Pike-leading from Waynes-_
borte to-Lcitersburg r 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
Fin - e — Yomig - Orchard - of
CHOICE APPLE TREES!
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from apple orchard, all in thriving and bear
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
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. MARGARET FII.NIC.
A MUMBLE PRINISiTY
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riIHE subscriber offers at Private Sale the
lil 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. IVICKEY'S celebrated Cholera Med
i4ne prepared by DAVID M. HoovEß of
RinOld, Md.,- can be had during the sea
son at .F. Fouirrinames Drug Store,:-and of
dealers generally.. Travelling Agent, .
July 27,''71-'6m. HENRVIVITEILS.
/1111 E undersigned would most respectfully
inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store
on East Main street, opposite Stover Sr.
Wolff's Dry . Goods emporium, and keeps
constantly on. hand a good supply of
COOK & COALSTOVES,
MORNING GLORIES, etc., at prices to .suit
the times. All kinds of work done iii his
line with. neatness 4iid dispatch, such as
roofing, spouting and repairing. You will
Thad it Eolyonr interest to give him a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere. The sign of the
Big Red Coffee Pot, Always on the pdst.—
Thankflitfor_past favors he hopes for a con
tinuance of the same. •
XTOTICE is hereby given that letters of
.111 Administration on the estate of Lewis
S. Waddle, late of Washington township,
dec'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 pre
sent them for settlement to the undersign
ed, or to his attorney, Joseph Douglas, Esq.,
Waynesboro'. GEO. W. WADDLE,
Administrator of LewisS. Waddle, dec'd.
ETTERS of administration having been
M N /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. R. HAMILTON,
Aug 10-6 w A dm'r
THE subscriber announces to his custo
naers and the public that he will contin
ue to furnish a prime article of Beef at the
Seller in theWelke 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 hopes by
selling nothing but the choicest meats to
merit a continuance of the same.
may 25—tf THOS. J. CUNNINGHAM
'PRE subseriber offers for sale MORTIC-
A_ ED CHESNUT POSTS for Post and Rail
or Failing fence. Also Locust Posts for eith
er kind of fencing; He is also grepared to
supply the public with burnt Lime and Corn
'by the quantity.
may 11—tf ALEX HAMILTON
TllOll A S .11 - 0 B I 41 F , Tou wanegood; iron s -h7uatinrr Or t ejsifo o r r
DEALER INFLOUR:ARD,,FEED §:1*; . aWlrriSY l !;t ° Z . , •
One door West of - the Bowden : ,tiataii::,?) 17—at -
W% A. REID
;I;•Pii • , i);',?
4 . 111 a .40 . oft..
STEAM - ENGINE AND - BorLyat
WAYNESBORO', FRANKLIN 'COUNTY, PENN'A.
E- - x•117 - Etto sSztle.
CLAYTON AL FREY
A WONDER OF MECEINA -
lllost . Practical Sewing Machine in. tho
THE NeLEAN .&. HOOTER
Our Motto is not to be undersold
JFIVELRY,I'ATCHES, CLUCKS; GOLD - PENS, WATCH' CHAINS' -
Finger Rings, Charms, Bracelets, and
a great variety of other things
pertaining to the Jewel
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
W6ranted to do the whole ranee
ofTamilySON; mg with morera
- 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 Openition,
Ease of ..11 - anaqc»amt,
Rapidity of Execution, ,
Nye-lialeiiity to drop
Stitchro or break thread..
Having a straight needle and the shortest in
Simplicity of tension, Ease of managing it.
Embroidering 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 more easily taken out if desired:
ALEX. LEEDS, AGENT,
' I. A. WHITMORE
has just returned from the cities with the
largest and best assortment of
CAI,PETS ! OIL CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN .
•DRUGGET AND CRUMB CLOTHS
RUGS AND .MATS,COVERLETS,
COUNTERPANES, &c., &c.,
ever offered in Greencastle.
LACE CURTAINS, •
with all the fixtures for putting up.
constantly on hand and made to order
UV - Selling lower than any other house
in the county. /'Call and hear prices.
Greencastle, Dec.l, WO. .
FA RAW WiTiL
FAMILY FL OUR, ETC.
T"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 w
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.
mar 124—tf] DAVID PATTERSON.
THE partnership heretofore existing be
t Ween Miller & Beaver was dissolved on
the Ist, of March 1871, by .mutual consent.
The Books meat the old staud 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. MILLER 15:,, CO, '
ALL persons - indebted by note or nccount
to the estate.of,„lienrißesore., are liere-
by notified to' pay their indebtedneirith
out , delay to the underiig,ned and save costs,
D., B. RUSSELL, ' .
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