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OP A HOUSE AND LOT.
rriFIE undersigned; agAignee of Samuel
I Gonder, will sell at Public Sale, on the
premise& on-Saturday the 14th day of Octo
ber, 1871, a House and Lot situated in Pikes
The Lot contains one half-acre. The im
provements are a
1 STORY NEW LOG HOUSE,
Frame Stable and other nessary out Build
ings. Good fencingand Fruit Trees thereon.
Sale to comnienee at 1 o'clock, P.M.
Terms one third Cash, the remainder in
two equal payMents. PETER ROUZER,
Sep. 7—ts G. V. MoNo Amt.
FIRST-CLASS LIMESTONE FARM.
rrirE undersigned, assignees of Henry
Oaks, will sell at public sale, on the prem
ises, on Thursday the 12th day of October
next, a valuable limestone farm, situated at
.Antietam junction, in Washington Town
--44:11-iprF-raaklin-Countv-P. , miles -south 1
• 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
pair, and all in a high state of cultivation.
The improvements are a, large new
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
cellar, with a line spring of water in it ;
Wagon Shed, Hog pen,' Blacksmith Shop,
Wagon makershop, a good two stiAllenarif
House, all in good repair, a good bearing or-'
ehard of choice fruit. The Antietam runs
— MI mile oftlre3ll, cuing Hume, a daChurcir
within one mile. This farm can be divided
to advantage and will be-offered altogether
or divide to suit purchaerv.
Persons wishing to examine the ll= or
desiring information will call upon Henry
Oaks residing on the farm or upon the sub
scribers in Waynesboro", .
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M.
JOHN HARBAGII, jr.
W . S. AIUDERSON,
G. V. MONO, And.
Cr E undersigned, Executor of the Estate
II of John Lantz, Sr., late of Guilford town
ship,' dee!d., offers at Private Sale, the follow
described Real Estate, bounded by lands
of Jacob Stouffer, John Metz and Bem. Metz
being"situated : on.the Falling Spring road
and Chambersburg and Gettysburg turnpike'
of first quality Limestone Land. The in -
provements are a two story Briidc Dwelling
Hous,having 12 rooms, 2 basements and: ce l
ars ; wash and bake houses under one roof;
Frame Barn with barn floor, wagon shedat
tached ;'hog pen, buggy shed and all the ne
cesiary out buildings. There is also on the
premises, an orchard of choice fruit and chef -
nes, pears. peaches, plains, grapes, &c., in
abundance. The alling Spring runs thro'
the end of this propety.
Also, at Private Sale, a Val table Tract of
Land being situated in Greene township, ad
oining lands of Robert Black and John Cray -
ford, on the Gettysburg turnpike. about me
mile South-East of Graenwood. containir g
25 acres and 34 perches, neat measure, UI
Rock Oak, Chestnut and Pine Timber Land.
This land is highly valuable and worthy of
the attention of purchtsers. Parties wishing
to see either of the above can do so by -call
ing on the undersigried, residing in Stour
ferstown.. JOHN LANTZ,
Sep. 7—tf Executor of John Lantz, Sr.
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
rrHE subscriber, Trustee for the heirs of
I David linger, dec'd offers at Private
Sale, the following described Town Proper
ty, situated on Leitersburg St., in Waynes
boro', to wit : A lot of gound with a story*
and a half Log House, good Stable, Hog
Pen, and other necessary out-buildings
thereon. There are also on the lot a 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, I'. M.
• A. J. UNGER,
rrIHE subscriber will offer at Public Sale,
A. on the premises, one-half mile South of
--- Wayne:sboro', on the road leading to Ring
gold, on Satarday the 21st day of October, 8 a
cres and 4S perches best quality Limestone
Land, with a new story and a half
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE
theron, a well near the door. There is al
se on the lot a variety of choice fruit trees.
The property will be sold together or divid
to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at
1 o'clock on said day when terms will be
made known by
VEHICLES ! VEHICLES !
THE subscriber offers at Pzivate Sale a
LARGE STOCK of Second-hand, Shift
ing -top, No-top and Rockaway Buggies, al
so Spring Wagons, most of which are near
ly as good s new and gotten up in good
style, and mill be sold at reduced prices on
a credit of nine months
Sept 14-61 v JACOB ADAMS.
11HE subscriber has now for sale a prime
1. article of Chestnut Shinglesea. supply of
which he will continue to keep on hand.—
Ho also offers for sale a second-hand Morn
tug Glory Stove and a Morning Glory Heat
-er—both in use but one season
Sept; 2S-tf S. B. liiNSTIBT.
~.,.... FOR S .A. I-, M .
PrHE subscriber offers for sale MORTIC-
X.• ED CHESNUT POSTS for Post and Rail
or Palling fence. Also Locust Posts for eith
er kind of fencing; He is also prepared to
supply the public with burnt Lime and cop.
br the quantity.
"nisi: 13 -6-tf AT r'
MAE subscriber, Attorney for the • heirs
a of Elizabeth Barnhart, deed will offer
at Public Sale, "
Saturday the 7th day of October, 1871,
the following discribed Real Estate-situated
in Washington tow ship, 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 Lecrone, to wit: A ff`rp.ct of best:qual
ity_Limestone Land containing
and 115 Perches. The improvements con
sist of a good one and a half story .
with Bs cement, 23 by 26 feet,aTenantHou.se
one and a half stories high, a
42 by 26, Carpenter Shop, Smoke House, Hog
Pen, &e. There is;
AN EXCELLENT ORCHARD
on the premises containing 45 Apple trees
50 Peach trees, Pears, Cherries, Grapes,_&c_
A well of water at the door.
Sale to . commence at 2 o'clock, P. M. on
will made known by
' JACOB J. MILLER,
Attorney in fact for the Heirs.
N. I V. Car. ,Fayett-ancl-St—Paul-St2
OPPOSITE BARNUM'S CITY ITOTEL,
Terms $l - 51T.PeFflay.
ISAAC ALt3ERTSON, PrUprietor
J. S. HARPER, Manager. (aug 24—ly
I. H. WHITIgORa,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, and illanufae-
TT MT 0 =IL S ,
takes this method of informing his•eustoai
er:s 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 warranted in saying that he can
please all tastes.
EXAMINE LIST OP PRICES.
Cottage—lmitation of Walnut $5, 6,7, to 8
Solid Walnut 8,9, to 10
Jenny Lind-3-Arch Top Panel,
Walnut " " 14, 16, to 18
3-Arch Top Panel,
Imitation 10, 12, to 14
Round, Corner-foot, 3 Panels Walnut,
Carved 25 to 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 139 to 175
Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 38, 40;45, to 60
Solid Walnut Suits 60, 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
wood top 20, 22, 25, to 32
" " Marble top 25, 30, 32, to 60
Imitation Walnut • 10, 42, to 14
Dining Table, six legs,
Breakfast do., four, legs,
Mar. do 20 duff. paterns,
Extension Tables per foot
Windsor or Wood seats doz) $5, 6,7 to 10
Cane seats (1 doz.) ' 9, 10, 111, 121 to 30
(Have over 600 of thb 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
Rocking, Chairs uphol. as above
Tete-a-Tetes, uphol. as above,
(each) from 20, 22, 25, 30 to 75
Box or plain Sofas, from 18, 20 to 30
Lounges upholstered in Hair Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da
mask, Spring Seats (each)
from 7,8, p, 10, 11, 12 to 30
Imitation Walnut, for , $lO, 12, 14-, 16 to 30
Solid Walnut, for 15, 18, 20, 25 to 60
ne„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,
11E41-Remember the place,
I. H. WHITMORE,
Dec. 1, 1871
SMALL PROPERTY FOR SALE!
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale a
I small Tract of Limestone Land contain-.
ing 20 Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of
Waynesboro', Franklin county, Pa. The
improvements consist of ONE AND A
HALF STORY LOG DOUSE 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, &c.
ang 24—ts] ANDREW SENGER.
DEALER IN FLOUR AND FEED STUFF
„ . .
rpm stibselber of at Private' Sale a
valuable Farm situated in Antrim town
shipi Franklin Co, Pa., along the 'Marsh Run
adjoining lands of Samuel P. Snively, Sam
uel Nickodemus and others, containing •
mono or les s, - of •first, qnslit Limestone
Lod! 'About.forty acres' of hic .1 set
with thrivink.timbi3r, The im -ern nts
are, 'A LARG,gTWOrST,ORY:
, two-story Stone Out4lop.se, a' large
0 N , E- B N,
Wagon shed an all other necessary . out
buildings. , There is also on the premises a
•PINE ORCHARD of of grifted fruit in bear
' • _
at. the 'house. The Marsh Run flows
through the &mi . ; Persons' wishing to see
the farm can call on, the subscriber who
will 'show it to - them
OFD JTOUSE _AND LOT
-f-r HE —undersigne d Assignee of, George
Leisinger, will sell at Public Sale. on
the premises, on Sattirda 14th of October
A House and Lot situated in, Pikesville,
the lot contains 24. acres. The improve
ments are a .
TWO-STORY LOG HOUSE,
THE subscriber informs the public that
he is proprietor of the Buss line runnir,
e weep aynes )oro , an( eencas
tle, heretofore run by-Wolfersberger &Ston
er. -With good horses and a first-class-four
horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey pal -
sengers to and fro with comfort and conve
His Buss will leave Waynesboro', at 61
A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 3, making
-quick-tirne-and-sure --- conn ection—with—th-e
-first Passenger train at 8/ A. 111: Leaves
Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at
Way-nesboro', at 6 45. He is himself I'rd
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 9 15 making connection with
the Washington County Railroad.
aug 20 tf] J. R. WOLFERSBERGER
ANTIETAM MARBLE WORKS ,
• H. WALTER & BRO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Montinzenta, Tombs, Ilegthitones, &c. &c.,
NE call attention to our assortment of
V" above, comprising the newest and
most approved styles.
Having the advantage of Water-Pner,
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
ord 'Office and Will receive prompt attention.
April 3—tf. • H. W. & BRO.
lIOW IS HIS RR lIIGII,
TOM; FORD in returning thanks to the
CP 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
inten.'s carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS as usual.
$7,50 to 9
5 t 0 .6
9, 10, 12 to 15
• All persons knOwing them Selves indebted
to me will please call and settle their ac
counts immediately, for. I pay cash for my
stock and must have ray money. Don't
want to see the face ofthatunwelcome visi
tor, the Deputy from !FortFletchor," prowl
ing about my shop seeking whom he may
Customers will therefore .find me at the
Ilasemeitt tefered to after the first of April
LIVERY ! LIVERY !
rrIHE undersigned infOinis the public gen
erally that he has purchased the Livery
heretofore owned by Prank.. Weagley, and
,is fully prepared to meetilie wants. of the
comMuntty in his line' f business...
He has had all his carriages' ,neatly re
paired and refitted,• and his'heirses are safe,
gentle and that travellers. Parties conveyed
to any point desired, accompanied by a care-
25 to 75
9 to 15
Office at the Waynesboro' Hotel t where
an attentive hostler will be in attendance at
all hours of the night and day.' IM.No ef
fort will be spared to accommodate all who
may patronize him,
Dec. 17, ts.
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c,
The subscriber has for sale Chestnut Shin
gles, Pailings, Plastering Laths, Sling
lingLaths, Pine Lumber from a half to one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnisbtd
to order. Also, Oak, Pine and Chestnut
Wood hy the load for sale on the ground.
£He has also Ice for sale.
April 23 tf. A. S. 1110NN.
4THE subscriber would inform the public
that he is at all times prepared to make
o ord 3 r 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 Street, in the room •Ibrinerly
occupied by J. Elden, as a Rohr and feed
THOS. 7. HOLLT.NORWORTH
tvr - '- - 42 . anati
COON & STONEEOUSE
Respectfully announce to the public that
they have opened at their store room, on
:the South-west corner of the Diamand, in
'Waynesboro,' a , :largo', and' `-selected...." • stock of , '
• s, ' AND CUTLERY,
Iron; Steel, Nails Canchmakers Good's of ev
ery'. description, - Queenswaro. Cedarware,
Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths, PaintS, Glass,
Oils, - . Varnish Brushes, 'Fish, Salt, and all
kind of Goods kept in a well regulated store.
Our, goods are all new and fresh and have
been bought' for cash at the late decline in..'
We flatter ourselves that from our long
experience in • usmess,
to sell , goods at small profits, We shall offer
unusual inducements to buyers who desire
to save money. Please call and see for
We have it large and well asrorted stock
of staple and fancy Dry Goods. embracing
CLOTHS, CISSIIHERES, &C,,
Satinetts, Jeans, Tweeds, Cottonades, Cord:
Stripes, Checks, Gingham, Linen and Cot
ton Table Diapers, Crash for towels, Cali.
coos, Delains, Alpaccas,
althSs GOODS, DRILLINGS.
Shawls, Brown and Bleached Sheeti—
Sliirtings, Tickings, Linens, Flannel White
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery and Notio s. We
are. receiving new goods every we k and
will supply any article wanted: that
not on hand in a few days.
We pax the highest market .rice for al'
kinds of Country Produce, such as Bacon
Lard, Butter. Eggs, Dried Fruit, Rags, &c.
Nov. 3, 1870.
July 20 ) 1
Has now on hand a Full Line of
'GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
HATS for Men and Boys ;
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & CrAITERS
- For Men and Boys Wear.
Ladies Surg Gaiters, •
Atf very low prices.
Also, Ladies Shoes,
Latest and Best Styles.
Misses and Childrens Shoes in great variety
M.Watches, clocks and Jewelry repaired
at short notice and warranted.
Thankful for past favors he hopes by fair
dealing to all to merit a continuance of pub.
June 29, 1371
NAM Elißilit t NEW NOBS t
LATE STYLES t LOW PACES I
YOERNER & WAYNANT have just open
ed at the COHNEH CLOTHING STORE, a sqlext
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 VesPatterns, etc.
• All of which will be made to - order with
the best Trimmings and in the but manner.
A Goon FIT Gu.4.n.tYrarzo in every case or
Paper Collars, Ties, Bows, Suspenders, Ms ,
iery etc., sb.lways on hand.
Oont!emen desiring stylish and good fit
tin; clothing should give us a trial.
BOERNER, & WAYNANT,
COAL M - A JJsrG
rpm subscriber announces to his friends
IL and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is maw engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main• Street, at the 'East end of
Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the
business, and employing none ;but the best
workmen, and by strict attention to busi
ness he hopes to merit a share of patronage.
All kinds of new work on hand orders filled
Jan. 14 tf. GEO. B. HAWKEE.
Yr HE undersigned has appointed Freder
ick Dull, of Qaincv township, • agent to
collect his accounts and transact other busi
na= +,, fh t %
THE INGREDIENTS THAT
COMPOSE ItOSADALIS are
published on every package, there
fore it is n a secret preparation,
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT
1t is a certain cure for Scrofula.
Syphilis in all its forms,. Rheuma
tism, Skin Diseases, Liver Com
plaint and -all diseases of the
ONE BOTTLE OP BOSADALIS
will do more good than ten bottles
of the Syrups of Sarsaparilla.
have used Rosadalis in their practice
for the past three years and freely
and Blood Purifier.
DR. T. C. PUGIi of Baltimore.
DR:T. - J. BOYKIN, — -- " - -
DR. R. W. CARR. "
DR. P. 0. DANNELLY,"
DR. J. S. SPARKS, of pticholasvillo,
DR. J. L., McCARTHA, Columbia,
DR. A. B. NOBLES, Ed
'USED AND ENDORSED BY
J. B. FRENCH Sr, SONS, Fall River,
F. W. SMITH, Jackson, Mich. ti
A. F. WHEELER, Lima, Ohio.
B. HALL, Lima, Ohio.
CRAVEN & CO Gordonsville, Va.
SAIVI'L. G. McF ADDEN, Murfroes
. bore, Tenn.
Our space will not allow of any ex.
tended remarks in relation to the
virtues of Rosadalis. Totho Medical
Profession wo guarantee a Fluid Ex•
' tract superior to any they have ever
used in the treatment of diseased
Blood• and to the afflicted we say try
Rosadalis, and you will be restored
Rosadalis Is sold by all Druggists,
price 91.50 per bottle. Address
DB. ,CLEINCHTS 4 CO.,
• 13Aiangoax, Ess!,
Look at the List!
of all kinds and varieties
-laity cif his valuable Hair "'rep
aration, which is due to merit
alone. We can assure • our old
patrons _that it is .kept fully np to
its high standard; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring GRAY on FADED
Hein 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, by its ton c proper—
ties; prevents the hair from falli
'A-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 most
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
ettAL 1:19.va “Tha ormafitrietri+a _n,..s_
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the BEST PREPARATION • for its
Sold byarlDruggistiand Dealers in Medicines.
Pride One Dollar.
— Buokiirghant's — Dye.
FOR TEE 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
gum §y an e ec n = y accomp
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor. wash off. Sold by
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
THE alarmimg increase in the number of
frightful accidents, resulting in terrible
Laths and deqtruction of valuable property,
knoir under the name of Petroleum, prompts
us to call your special attention to an article
I • herever•obed, re/110
vellre — catuTe
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 scat
broadcast over the country, an oil that is
safe, brilliant, and entirely reliable. After
a long series of laborious and costly experi
ments, he has succeeded in providing,. and
offers to the public, such a substitute, in
ecombi N. C.
"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 alwa aintain
ed, fur upon this the propriet r 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, &e., Sm., 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 manufacturei
and consumer. Mono, is genuine without
It is the duty and interest of all dealers
and customers of illuminating oil to use the
STELAR OIL only, because it alone is known
to be safe and reliable. It is for sale by
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Waynesboro'
Mallon & Stotler, Marion.
E. 13. Winger, Quincy:
Gelwicks & Burkhart, Chambersburg.
W. D. Dixon, St. Thomas.
J. Hostetter & Co., Greencastle.
Thomas C. Grove, Mercersburg.
Jno. L. Ritchery,
JARDEN & CO., WHOLESALE AnENTS.
No. 136 South Front St., Philadelphia
A PENNY MADE!
Well, how and where is the place to do it?
wherever you can use your money
to the best advantage ; and
' ion has long since given the palm to
STOVER 41: WOLFF,
the best and cheap
est store; all they want is for
buyers to call and examine their stock
and convince themselves of what they ray
Our stock consists of the following articles
Ladies Dress Goods—SUCEI AB
Opera Cloths, Repellants,
MEN'S WEAR.-----Cloths, Deskin
Cassimere4, Cords, Sattinetts, Cottonades,
'Linens, Tweeds, &c., &c.
LADIES CUSTOS-MADE SHOES,
in Lasting and Morocco, cheap.
Cr .11L CO 311 11. X 30 •
We have bought large, consequently cheap.
~131 our goods have been bought at panic
prices, consequently ve are enabled to un
dersell those who bought before the decline.
119...Ca1l and see, and we will prove to
you what we say.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
June 29, 1871. STOVER & WOLFF.
WAYNESBORO' CORR FACTORY;
/IEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
UN from the firm of Adams & Hawker the
subscriber informs the public that he con
tinues the Coachmaking business in all its
branches, at:the old stand. He will at all
times have a supply of new Buggies, differ
ent kinds, on hand ; also second-handed ve
hicles.. Repairing done at short notice.—
He uses the best material and employs good
mechanics. He returns his thanks to the
public for their liberal qatronagd, and by
attention to business and a disposition to
accommodate hopes to merit a liberal share
of the same in the future.
Jan. 14-tf JACOB ADAMS,
W. A. 1:1•;ID,
MHO-STELLAR 011 !
SAYS THE OLD ADAGE
, moz gr-; 7E 7 Tviti v4P;
4•1, • tau .
14 3 bet • h••• ,44
F . NGINE AND BOILER WORKS,
WAYNESBORO', FRANKLIN COUNTY, PE \'.L.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM EN_
Boilersi-Tanks„End Sheet-Iron — Workachintst's Tools, Wood Working :`,l"achinery,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Saw-Mills, Felloe-Ben
ders, Laundr- Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stillwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined; Cameron & Co's Special Steam Pump; Saws•of all kinds, (ndDiost
manufacture;) Iron Pipe and Fittings; Brass Work ; Gum and Leather Belting ; Manu
facturers and Engineers' Supplies, generally furnished at lowest Retail Price's. All kindn
of Foundry Work—heavy or light, Iron and Brass Castings—made to order; REPAIR
ING carefully done. titco—For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List. 7i
Waynesboro', Franklin County,_Penn'a,june 2J, 1871.
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Offers at low prices a large number of No.
1 Cook Stoves for coal or wood the best in
market, also the Celebrated Morning Glory
Stoves, with and without ovens, at reduced
rates. Also a number of other Base Burn
ing Stoves—also Parlor Cook Stoves—Par
lor and Fire-place Heaters, the best in mar
ket, all of which he will yarrant and sell at
less rates than any Stove House in Waynes
He is now prepared to put up at short no
tice First Class Brick Furnaces and warrant
them. On hand a stock of nine-plate Stoves
and shall coal stoves. A large stock of Tin
pressed and iron-ware roofing and spouting
of the best tin. Repairs done promptly and
at prices that none can cotaplain.
Call and see his stock as it will pay you
for the trouble, and it is right these days to
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A\ InSitRABLE IPRORERTY
P.r-.1. - 17a,tee.,ale.
TIIE 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. 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, inWaynes
July 27-tf. DAVID PATTERSON.
R. WICKEY'S celebrated Cholera Med
icine prepared by DAVID M. HOOVER. of
Ringgold, Md., can.be had, during the sea
son at F. ForentitAN's Drug Store, and of
&den generally. 21.avellkig Agent,
July 27, '7l-6M. - HENRY MYERS.'
NEW TIN STORE.'
rpHE undersigned would most respectfully
1 inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he lies opened a new Tin Store
on East Main street, opposite Stover &
Wolf's., Dry Goods emporium, and keeps
constanly on hand a good supply of
COOK & COAL STOVES,
MORNING GLORIES, etc., at prices to suit
the times. All kinds of work dono in his
line with neatness and disphtch, such as
roofiing, spouting anVrepairing. You will
find it to your interest to,give him a call he
foie purchasing elsewhere. The sign of the
Big Red Cabe rot, Always on the post--
Thankful for past fhvors he hopes for a con
tinuance of the same. .
CLAYTON 31, FREY
ATOTICE is hereby given that letters of
_LI Administration on the estate of Lewis
S. Waddle, late of Washington township,
deed, 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. WADLILE,
Administrator of LewisS. Waddle, deed.
THE subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the public that he will contin
ue to furnish a prune article of Beef at the
Sellar in the Walke Building on Monday
evening, Tuesday Morning, Thur&•dt,2- even
ing and. Friday morning, regularly during
the season. Customers also supplied with
Veal and Lamb when desired.
Thankful for t patronage he hopes by
selling nothing bt the choicest meats to
merit a continttance•of the-same.
may 25--tr . THOS. J. CUNNINGHAM
ME NEW WI LM
UNDERFEED SKITTLE and
25 cheaper than any other.,, -
For Simplicity, Durability and Beauty,
they stand unrivalled. ForAtitching, Hem
ming. Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering
Sewing on gathers, . they are uriciebli4—
Watr.inted. .I."E:IVAYNANT2.. '
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A WONDER OF, 2+1C.11N3. -
tic ITost Practical Sewing Machine in the
TUE ~11- e LE.4.2r 1100 PER
' Elastic Lock-Stitch
Our Motto is not to be undersold
IFIVELIII, ITATWIES, CD)rKS,, GilLI) PENS.,:Er,II 11! U.NS
:}ger-,::?,,iia -, s---Glrarins, 13 tt
a great variety or °tiler n g,3
pertaining to. tie
SEWIN - G :111
Warranted to do the whole range
of Family Sewing with more ra
pidity, with more ease of
atigne - to - t• - e
chine now in use
PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLARS!
a requires no extra attachment for embroid
. Ting, &aiding and^Gathering,. It takes the
:,hread directly from the spools, thus saving
rouble and economizing time. It requires
but one foot to move the treadle even in sew
ing the heaviest.fabrics.
It is mane of the hist steel. and:at all points
of wear case-hardened.
Its chief points are
Quietness of Operation,
• Ease of Management,
Rapidity of Execution,
Non-liability to drop
Stitches 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 wit 11 -
out attachments. Making the best stitco
for strength and durability. Making tho
only stitch shiticiently elastic as not to break
in t he.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,
July 27, 1871
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
I. H. WHITMORE
has just returned from the cities with, the
largest and best assortment of
CARPETS! *OIL .CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN
WIN - DO - VT $ll - A..1).1M5 . ,
DRUGGET AND CRUMB CLOTHS
RUGS AND MATS, COVERLETS,
COUNTERPANES, &C ~.&e.,
ever offered in Greencastle.
• LACE CURTAINS,
with all the fixtures for putting up.
constantly on hunt - Vaud made to order
1; 'Selling lower than any otheOtous
in the county. Cite-Call and hear prkes.
Greencastle, Dec. 1, 1870. " •
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Ilas a complete assortment
BOOTS, HOES IND GAITERS.
Call and E,,,e goods and get prices.
TIIOIIPSON'S "GLOVE FITT.P.7O COR
SETS," at SMITH':'.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of
all kin& at SMITH'S.
A full stc:k now ready, consisting, of all tho
latest st ylee, ^t SMITT-1.F4.
PAPER COLIIA TES, GLGVit;il;,
Susp:mdan, c veryt 2, i in t:tat ,zr
Town 1-i9ll Store.
Nov. 3, IS7O
ortnorship heretofore e:::isting h•:•
tween Miller & BeaverANas dissolved on
the Ist, at . March 1071, by mutual comer,:.
The Books :tie at the'old stand and will b.‘
settled by r. W. :•1111er, yil purs. , ons indebt
ed :xre, rued to (.111 an.d vottleiMmeai.-
The business will hereattei be conducted
by 1 ' J. W. :111.1,LER & CO..
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