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DIBERSON' BENEDICT HO'S,
WEare now receiving our first supply
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
'to which we would ask the attention of our
.customers anb the public generally—beleicir
ing it to be to'the interest of all to give us
a call before buying elsewhere.
. Among our stock you will find a heavy
stuck of the following :
Mens wear of all. kinds Overcoatings
—Cloths-Cassimers--fancy—and—plain r -Cords,
plain and'striped, Shirtings wool and cot
ton Boots and Shces.
Boys wear of all kinds, Boys Boots and
Ladies Dress Goods of all descriptions
Delains,Coburg , Allpaccas. Plaid, plain
wool and worsted goods,
Also a large. assortment of
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
- 'HOMEMADE CARPET,
• ~CARPET CHAIN
PLAIN • MATTING,
- 7 QUEENW ARE,
Please give us a call and we will .try to
satisfy you in price and quality.
• AMBERSON BENEDICT & CO.
.Oct 12, 1821.
rinar dICAND OPENING
EEL AND WINTER GOOD, !
PRICE & HOEFLICH'S,
IN PART AS FOLLOWS
Black Alpacas, Mohair Lustres, Plain and
Fancy Popban's, in double warps, English
and American manufactures
Japanese Silk Robes, Japanes Repp Poplins,
In new affects.
Black silks and Empress clothes, sublime
qualities. • ..
Ottoman and Water villette Shalls, both long
and square, Morning and Breakfast Shalls,
Wool 4: Cotton Flanens, Plain and Opera
Flanens, in large and elegant assortment.
Checks, Shirting Stripes, Charnbmya and
Domestic Ginghams, in every variety.
Ladies Water Proof Cloakings, in black
Mens Bl'k and Fancy clothes and cassimeres:
Also corduroys, Kersey's and Scotch chari
ots, in quantities and at prices to suit all.
Men's Chinchila and Beaver over coatings,
in heavy and light weights—Cheap.
Large lot of Ladies Trimmings and Fancy
goods, in new and elegant designs.
Gents Furnishing Goods, under wear dec., a
White Good,- Hosiery, Gloves and :Notions,
'a full line of each.
Diens Boots and Shoes, Ladies Shoes and
Gaiters, Gum and Heavy Shoes.
Ingrain (berthing, Rag and Stair Carpets, at
Carriage Relies, Horse Blankets and Fancy
Spreads, a fului4e.
Makieiciewtre;Gfium mite, Hard and Wooden
Imre, all tinde cheap. '
Rio,l4gaira and Roasted coffees. In large
-portorioo aiullesma Sugars, Demerara
;and - White sugar, large lot in More.
Don't fill to examine oar stook.
Oct 13,1871. PRICE & nonum
Q HAD AND IMING.—Nees. Shad and
.oPatomac HenrW in bbis. for sale by
• . ' • • • W. A. REID.
AISIGNE - ERSALE.
rram undersigned, Assignees of Henry
Bemire, of Washington township; Frank
lire county, Pa. ) will expose to Public Sale,
on the premises,, On Friday the 16th day of
-December, 1871, at 10 o'clock, that val
and Water Right appurtenant, with two
Tenant houses; with about -
- 10 ACRES OF LAND,
situated in Quincy township, Fienklin Co.,
known as the "Wharf Mill Property," be
ing midway between the Turnpike and Mt.
Hope. Tids is -a splendid- property. The
Mill is lane-s id nearly new, being three
stories hi u, wising three pairs of Burrs
and one Chopping Stone. It has fine Wa
ter Power, an Overshot Wheel, of 12 feet
high, Everything in the Mill is incom
plete order, having the latest improvements
the forbey and flood gates lust new. It is
an excellent location fora
MERPdANT MILL ,
and its custom work is unequalled by .any.
in the neighborhood. ItS.Persons wishing
to view the premises will please call on B.
F. Burger, at the Mill, or on either of the
undersigned. Terms made know on day
of sale D. B. RUSSELL,
, • OLLIVER BESORE,
Nov. 23—ts • Assignees.
HE undersignea, Assignee of Geo. Leis
inger, will sell at Public Sale, on the
premises, on the 7th of December, a House
and Lot of Ground, in Pikesville. The im
provements are, a two Story
Log Shop, good Stable and other necessary
out-buildings; good fencing, and a variety
of CHOICE FRUIT TREES. Terms—one
third cash, remainder in two equal pay
Nov. 23—ts PETER ROUZER,
• . Assignee.
At the same time the undersigned, As
signee of Samuel Gonder, will sell at Pub
lic Sale, on the premises, in Pikesvillo, a
House and acre Lot Ground. The im
provements are, a one and a half
STORY NEW LOG HOUSE, •
Frame stable and other necessary out-build
ings Good fencing and Fruit trees thereon
Terms—one third cash, the remainder in
4wo equal payments P. ROMER.
Nov. 23—ts GEO. V. MONG, Auct.
PRI-V-A1 1 14.1 SA -
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale his
farm, known as the Royer farm, situat
ed about 2 miles south of Waynesboro', near
Amstsirdam AM,' adjoining lands of Benj.
C. Stouffer,. David Lour and Samuel Needy,
good quality - limestone land. The improv
mentsare a TWO-STORY LOG DWELL
ING HOUSE, and a one story and a half
Log Dwelling House, Wash Huuse, Stone
Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Hog
Pen, a fine Prchard Choice Fruit. A
stream of water runs past the buildings—an
excellent spring in the yard.
He also offers for sale a tract of Mountain
Land situated in Frederick Co, Md., adjoin
ing lands of Yost Harbaugh, John W. Hoov
er, and others, containing
82 ACRE.; nearly all of which is well set
with thriving timber. The improvements'
are A STORY AND A HALF LOG DWELL
ING HOUSE, Log Barn, a Good Hog Pen,
also a variety of choice fruit trees, Fine
Spring and Spring House close to the dwell
Persons wishing to view either properties
will call on the subscriber
Nov 16—ts JACOB. C. STOUFFER.
A DESIRABLE SMALL PROPERTY
HE undersigned, Attorney for the heirs
' of Elizabeth Barnhart, dec'd., offers at
Private Sale a desirable small farm, situated
in Washington townsbip, adjoining lands
of C. Beaver, aenry Miller and Simon Lec
rone, containing 21 ACRES AND 115 PER
CHES, bast quality, limestone land. The
improvements are, A COMFORTABLE LUG
HOUSE, Tenant House, Frame Barn, Car
penter Shop, Smoke House, Hog Pen, an
excellent Orchard, a Well of Good Water,
&c. For terms, ea.., agply to
JALOB J. MILLER,
Nov 9—tf Attorney.
WAYNESBORO' .COACII FACTORY;
GEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
from the firm of Adams 8: Hawker the
subscriber informs the public that he con
tinues the Coachmaking business in all its
branches, at the old stand. He v ill at all
tines 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. lie returns his thanks to the
public for their liberal patronage, and by at
tention to business and a disposition to ac
commodate hopes to merit a liberal share of
the samo in the future.
Jan. 14—tf JACOB ADAMS.
C,VIRKYED from the premises of the sub-
Oscriber, in Pikesville, about the Ist inst.
a Black Horned Milch Cow. A liberal re
ward will be paid for such information •as
will lead to her recovery..
ISAAC R. FOX.
CAME to the premises of the subscriber
about the loth of September last, a near
ly White Heifer, about one year old. The
owner is requested to prove property, pay
charges and, take her away
Nov 23—ts .DANIEL HOLLINGER.
astize.4l, , r 3ZIEMIZIMML.
STRAYED from the South Mountain some
ame during the fall season a Red and
White Muley Heifer, 3 years old. Top off
the right ear and notch in the under part
A liberal reward will be paid for such infor
mation as will lead to her recovery
Nov 23-3 t J. MORROW BURNS.
T EWERS of Administration on the es
.ll.4ltate of Geo. Besore, late of Waynesboro',
dec'd., having been granted to the under
signed. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those haviUg legal claims against
the same will present them, without delay
in proper order for settlement to
Nov 2-6 t A. H. STRICKLER,..Adtn'r.
AGENTS WANTED.—.Agents make more
moneyat work for us than at anything
else. Business light and permanent. Par
ticulars free. G. Stinson & Co., .Pine 'Art
Puoliahers, Portland, Maine.
CONCAVE CONVEX stkeetacles; at
The lbMoving record ofoneday's accidents,
all from the same cause, viz : the use of in
ferior Coal Oil, is taken from the Philadel
phia Ledger of a recent date:
"The alarm of fire,_ last evening, at 7 o'-
clock, was caused by the burning. of the
dwelling, corner of 16th and Poplar, result
ing from tne explosion of a coal oil lamp.—
Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of
the dwelling had retired to her department,
p few moments before the discovery of the
fire. On entering her room, she was found
lying on the floor, wrapped in flames." "
"About 7 o'clock yesterday morning, a
coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexan
der, who lives on Cowslip St. near 16th.—
She was severely burned.
"Margaret Colligan, residing in the rearof
618 South st., was burned by the explosion
of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while at
tempting to extinguish the flame, was also
severely burned. Two of the above named
victims have since died of their injuries."
All such fearful accidents, resultingin death
and the destruction of valuable property,
may be avoided by using "CARSON'S .TEL
LAB OIL," which is known to be a perfect
ly safe and reliable illpminator. It is tarsal°
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Waynesboro';
Christian Goodt, Quincy. • [feb,2-1871.
82111BE8 URI T
TE subscriber informs the public that
h l e 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 6i
A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 8, making
quick time and sure connection with the
first Passenger train at 8k A. M. Leaves
Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M.,
Waynesboro', at 645. 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 thro A . gabOro9
the same day - it arrives. — Perioni wishin'
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 luilrciad.
aug 20 tfj J..R. WOLFERSBERGER.
L H.- WHITMOR
has just returned from the cities with the
' largest'and best assortment of
; ') : CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN --
I — DRUGGE - T - kND CRUMB-C e
RUGS AND MATS, COVERLETS,
COUNTERPANES, &c., &e.,
ever offered in Greencastle.
- LACE CURTAINS,
with all the fixtures for putting up
omtantly on hand and made to order
Id(V'Selling lower lhan.any other hone
in the county. air Call and hear prices.
Greencastle, Dec. 1, 1870.
NOTICE TO THE LADIESI
NEW MILLINERY GOODS!
NIMES. STICKLE & GORDON, an
nonce to the ladies of Waynesboro'
and vicinity, that they haveinst opened
out a full line of new Fall and Winter Mil
linery Goods. They return thanks for past
patronage and invite all in want of any ar
ticle in the Millinery line to call and exam
ine the latest styles, learn prices, &c.
Sept 19—tf •
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
THE Waynesboro' Building Association
will offer at public sale in front of Min
ter's Hotel, in Waynesboro', Pa., on . Satur
day the 2d day •of December, next, the follow
ing real estate, to wit :
No.l-Being a NEW TWO STORY FRAME
DWELLING HOUSE, 22x24 ft., situated on
the extension of Mechanic Street, just out
side the borough line of Waynesboro'. The
house is well plastered and in excellent re
pair, has a cistern and all necessary out
houses, and choice young fruit on the lot.
No. 2—A HOUSE AND LOT lying in Wash
ington Township, Franklin County, Pa.,
bounded by lands of heirs of Leah Barnes,
Henry Brown; and others. the house is a
comfortable two story log dwelling, lying
on the Mt. Alto Forge Road, and would
make a desirable home for any person of
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock when
terms will be made known
rov9 GEO. V. MONO, Auct.
FIRST .A. R 12, TV" AL
MT. HOPE STORE !
E subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the public generally that he
has just returned from, the Eastern cities and
opened out a full assortment of new goods,
embracing all articles usually kept by coun
try merchants. He . returns special thanks to
his patrons for past patronage, and asks their
attention and the attention of others to his
new selections. Call and compare stylesand
prices. W. H. BROWN.
Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf.
UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and
$25 cheaper than any other.
For Simplicity, Durability and Beauty,
they stand unrivalled. For Stitching, Hem
ming, Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording,
Binding,' Braiding, Gathering, Gathering &
Sewing on gathers, they are unexcelled.—
Warranted. A. E. WAYNANT,
S. E. Corner Diamond,
Mar. 30, 1871. Waynesboro" Pa. •
HOW IS THIS Flfii HIGH,
JOHN FORD in returning thanks to the
public for their patronage announces that
he intends removing his sho to the Base
ment of Ntralker's Building, (and not leav
ing town As is the belief of many) where he
intens"q carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS as usual. '
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to me will please call and settle their ac
counts immediately, for Ipay cash for my
stock and must have my money. Don't
want to see the face of that unwelcome visi
tor, the Deputy from 'Fort Fletchar," prowl
ing about my shop seeking whom he may
Customers will therefore find tae at the
Basement refered to Idler the first of April
Jan 28] JOHN FORD.
2000 Builds Clover Seed wanted,
ELDEN, STOVER & IFOLFF,
Sept 21-3 m.
WAYN.F.3I3OI4Y , 1 1 4,
MIMS AGAISEC tat, 08. D tridikiE BY
31111 • '
Oa all safe class piopi*at reasonable rates
W. S. AMB.ERSOXy PreSidarkt.
SutoN LicpoN Vice President, •
Jos. Douai," " •
Jos. W. Mamm,,Treasurer,
W. S. Amberson, Simon Leann,
Lewis S. Forney, . Jacob Hoover,
Jos. Doitglas;' , JOß. Price,
Jacob J. Miller, • Jos. W. Miller, •
Benj. E. Funk, D. B. Russell,
Levi Sanders, Jacob Good. •
DAVID M.• GOOD, Agent,
lune 18,'70] Waynesbor o, Pa.
3E l ' 13 33 Ma C:, 1.2 33
.DEAL ESTATE !
1 HE undersigned will offer at Public Sale
1 on Saturday the 9th day of December,lB7.l,
in front of Minter's Hotel, all that valuable
Real Estate described below :
No. I.—A VALUABLE FARM lying and
being situated in Washington and. Quincy
townships, Franklin county, Pa., alonn. the
Chambersburg road, boat three miles from
Waynesboro', Pa., bounded by lands of J,
H. Gordon, Samuel Forenian Ephraim Sni
der and others. This farm • contains
and 20 perches, is one of the best in the a
foresaid townships, being in a high state of
cultivation. The improvements consist of
a good, two story
a commodious bank barn, weather-boarded,
wagon shed, corn crib and all other necess
ary out-buildings. There is a. well of never
failing wat.x in theilrard, and the west
branch of the Antietam Creek runs through
the farm close to the barn. The orchard is
one of the finest ariflnliere--all choice fruit.
The Wharf Flouringis only about one
hundred yards distapt 'from the premises.
Nos. 1, 2 and S —BSiiil ( iliree new two story
LOG - DWELLING_HOUSP
(weatherboarded) and Lots, situate on west
or Leitertbal% Street, in Waynesboro' Pa.,
North of Main Street. The lots each 'have
a front of 411 feet and tisual length—all of
lots hav_eCisteits•and convenient out
"""wv 'an excelh dl r
louses—one of theca ,excellent weriff•
water. These dwellings have been erected
-within--the-last-two-yeap—nrn Park large e
nough and especially:arranged to suit two
families, are well plastered, celled and fin
ished up in compleite'stylein every respect:
Nos. 4, 5 and 6—,
THREE BTifi; ' DING LOTS
immediately adjoinit i tion the South• side of
theabove dwelluigeatid tuts--of the same
width and length. These lots are nicely lo
cated, and are as deiyirable building lots as
any in the borough sed will Ya sold sepa
All of the foregoing real estate is subject
to the dower interest of the heirs of John
Gilbert, sen., deceased.
No. 7—Being several petturelota t a part of
excellent tract of land, lying partly in AVash
ington township, adj9mutg Borough of Way
nesboro' and partly in said borough—North
side—on Mount Hope road to Chambers
ABOUT SEVEN ACRES,
which will be sold in tracts to suit purchas
ers, either as building lots or for farming
purposes, being, in a high state of cultiva
All of the aforesaid prgoperty lying in the
borough is free from any ground rents.
Sale to commence at" 9 o'clock on said day
when terms will be made known.
nov 30—ts] Guoiton V. MONO, auct.
THE undersigned, Ezecutor of the Estate
of John Lantz, 'Sr.; rate of Ouilford town
ship, dec'd., offers ab.Pritiate Sale, the follow
ing described Real Es e, bounded by lands
of Jacob Stouffer, John Metz andßenj. Metz
being situated on the Falling Spring road
and Chambersburg ;pa gettysburg turnpike'
and containing ,
sm - vmri -3 ,'.A.cmz,ms
of first quality Limestone Land. The im
provementsare atvinivtory- Brick Dwelling
Hous,having rooms i i 2 basements and 2 cel
ars ; wash and bake .bonses under one roof;
Frame Barn with barn fibor, wagon shed at
tached; hog pen,.buggy,shed and all thene
cessary out buildings 'There is also on the
premises, an ordharthif choice fruit and cher
ries, pears. peaches, plums, grapes, &c., in
abundance. The Falling Spring runs thro'
the end of this prOpetk.
Also, at Private baley%a Valuable Tract of
Land being situatedip -Greene township,ad
joininglands of Robert Black and John Craw
ford, on the Gettysburg turnpike. about one
mile South-East of Orpenwood. containing
25 acres and 34 perches, neat measure, of
Rock Oak, Chestnutitiad•Pine Timber Land.
This land is highly valuable and worthy of
the attention of purcipisers. Parties wishing
to see either of the above can do so by call
ing on the undersignea, residing in Stouf
ferstown. 'JOHN LANTZ,
Sep. 7—tf Executor, of John Lantz, Sr.
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c,
rphe subscriber has for sale Chestnut Shin
gles, railings, Plastering Laths, Shing
ling Laths, Pine Luratier!frcim. a half to one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished
to order. Also, Oak,. Pine and Chestnut
Wood by the load for sale on the ground.
SerHe has also Ice or sale.
April 23 tf. - A. S. 310.•.Thr.
Ii :Jsi.t W'Ea 'J (.) ,1
THE subscriber would inform the public
I that he-is at all times prepared to make
o order Gents Coarse - or fine Boots, also
coarse or fine work for, Ladies or Misses, in
cluding the latest styld'of lasting Gaiters.—
Repairing clone at shed notice, and measur
es taken in private families if desired Shop
on East Main Street, in the room formerly
occupied by J. Elden, as a flour and. feed
THOS. J. HOLI.L.N'OSWORTH
R. WICIEEPS celebrated Cho . lera
icine prepared by DXVID 411. Hoovan of
Ringgold, Md., can be had during the sea
son at F: Fourrauart's Drng Store, and of
dealers generally. Tkessiling Agent, -
July 27,'71-6m :; HaNny Istrzns.
o w.mo E
THE undersigna hid-appointed Freder
ick Dull, of Quificy Aownship, agent to
collect his accounts iuul transact other heti
_pertaining tO4lker4, - . --
July 6-.41' , .MED1111.111111g3 31. D.
APPLE:Ii Al PIE t
THE subs Tiber apple, for eau far
present use c - 4
. . for wirderikeepine:
• 0: ALEX. HAMLTO.T.I,.
Has now ow Land a Full Lbw or
GOODS JUST. TECUIVED.;
Look at the List!
HATS for Men and Bova:
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
For Men and Boys Wear.
Ladies Barg Gaiters, •
At very low prices.
Also, Ladies Shoes,
Latest and Best Styles
Kisses and Childrena Shoes in great variety 4
of all kinds and varintids
la-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
Has a complete assortment
BOOTS, SOBS AND GIIERS,
ail and me goods and get price&
THOIIPSON'S "'GLOVE PITTING COR-
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of
all kinds at
r'.V7llFli g q'' .. ..W7- ''
A full stock now ready, consisting of all the
latest styles, at
PAPER COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES,
Suspenders, evarythingin thatga r a i l, s
Nov. 3,1870. • • Town Hall Store.
Th e subscriber announces to his friends
B. and the public that- he has purchased
the Coach Factctry formerly owned. by Israel
Heis, and is• IIQW engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main Street, at the East &lad of
Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the
business, and employi . ng none but the best
workmen, and by strict attention to busi
ness he hopes to merit a sb2.re of patronage.
All kinds of new work on Land orders filled
Jan. 14 tf.
GEO. B. HAWKER.
ANTIETAM MARBLE WORKS!
H. WALTER & BRO.
)&iiSTETFACTURERS AND DEALERS DT
Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, &c. &c.,
WE call attention to our assortment of
tha above, comprising the newest'and
most approved - styles.
" Having the ady,...ntage of Water-Power,
and a long experience in the
STONE CUTTING BUSINESS,
we ar9 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 Tillage Ree-,
ord Office and will receive prompt attention.
April 3—tf 11.,W. R; BRO.
TO Till VEIL ED
DOCTOR JACOB FAIIRNEY'S
- ROOT AND SPICE BITTEVS.
It is the best bittOrs of the age. For the
cure of Dyspepsia, -Indigestion-, • Sick-head-.
ache. Lowness Spirits, Rheumatism, Cram,
Cholic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and dlseates
'4sf the system generally, many testimo%ials
could he given by those, who have used it,
but it is not necessary. Use it and.lm con
vinced. It is worth a trial to lh' afficted.
Prepared by Dr. Jacob Fahraiy, Haynes.
'bore% Frankha Coanty, Da. ,
Nor 2--3aR, -
FOR, SA -1.41E1
J'vo rum mica COWS. was
ochin August, the other will be fresh
in a few weeks ; also two young. mares, ono
a &roily mare.' Enquire of the
East • aXIsiTER,
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PRICK z, 130 , r ay.: airs
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS,
Boilers, Tanks, and Sheet-Iron Work ; Machinist's Tools, WOod Working llachinery,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Saw-Mills, - Felloe-Ben
dors, Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stillwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined; Cameron & Co's Special Steam Pump; Saws of all kinds, (ndlliost
manufacture;) Iron Pipe and Fitting,; Brass Work; Gum and Leather Belting; Mann
faiturers 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. 11Zr *For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List.-taa
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Panu'a, June 29, 1871.
147 T - BITLE
'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 Also 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 small coal stoves. XlargestockofTirs•
pressed and ironware ?Wang and VW=
of the best tin. Repairs don!kp1911017
at prices that none can compiath.
Call and see his stock as it wilt
fbr the trouble; and it i t tbese li Vro
A OEStRAOLE PROPERTY
THE subscriber offers at Frit%Softie the
I FAIR VIEW 'JELL PROPERTY, situ
ate 1 mile Southeast of Waynesbciro'. 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 Frankhn. For par
ticulars address the subscriber at Pittston,
Pa., or call on W. S. Amberson, in Waynes
July 27-tf. PAVID PA=RSON,
'THE RUSH!-THE RUNIC
STILL continues at the cheap New York
9tore. k Goods sold-cheaper than ever.
Terrible slaughter in Dreseeeods &Domes
ties. 'Notions at a mere trifle
Bargains in every thing. Tremen
dous auction drives• cowing in every day.—
We never keep goods on hand long; we
sell them fast and cheap and consequently
we are always got new goods. We get
them every day. Call early and secure
some of theszand inducements we are offer
Spool Cotton—one cent spool ;
Coats & Clarks Thead=fi cts. spool
Heavy Bro. Cotton Flannel-12i;
Extra Heavy Bro. Muslin, ono yard wide
Good Brown Muslin-10c; •
Men & Womens Hose-10 and 12 1 2 c ;
All Wool Stockivits-25c ;
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs—Sc ;
Bargains in Hats and shoes ;
}lens Hata from 50c to 1,75;
A fine assortment of latest style Ladies
Hats from 25 to 50c;
10-4 Blankets—s2,so per pair ;
A large lot of German Quilts which we
are selling less than the cost to import
li. A. 'McKee of Hagerstown wishes to
inform the inhabitants of WayneAoro
vicinity that he has opened the store le.te
ly occupied by Caldwell with a nice and
well assorted stuck of Pry Goods ar.J. NQ
tionsoke. He solicits br early (".tll from
town and country buyers as he- knows 1203
can sell goodsch-aper* hall any other House.
hrthe - trade. 'He Ile bit yen - . ar.en ding all the
great Auction Rooms in,,-'.qew York and
Philadelphia securing be> gitins, so that no.
other house can possible compete with his.
Call and see for yoursvaes the astonishing
low prices of goods , ' Respectfully.
Nov. 30,1871. ' • " H. A. McKRE,
THE GREAT r, , NFUSII REMEDY.
9 j I HE subserraer informs the public that
I he has th J'agenoy for the, sale of Moth
er Noble's Foaling Syrup, in Washington
and Quin ;y torenshipa, fox. the cure of . di
seasea.orthe Rowels, and Stomach, Feticale
Diseases, Rheumatiehi, Dropsy, Dyspepsia;
&a.' He has alselar sale the • "4 , •
a ore fbr Consumption.
These remedies have.so fir in nfl eases
given satisfaction. ;,Best,..referen.ces given if
required'. • P. o.Addrez3n, Quincy, Pa.
Sept 1941 in • .T. 'C. LOHMAN, Aglt.
DARK VfTAI TE D.
FORNEY- & SONS •
will pay the hiOent- market. 'price. for Wift
cords of Rock and Mack Oak Bark deiii'cred
at their Tannery in Waynesboro. •
Hides and Skins taken. tn . and, weighed at
the cellar of C. nuthes' Shoe Store, for which
th,e highest market priepiwill
WAYNESBORO', FRANKLLN COUNTY, PENN'A.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM LNG
J. W.MHALER & CO
Have lately increased their stock by the
addition of a large and handsome assort
ment of Fall and Winter Goods and are
now prepared to supply their customers
with every thing in the way of Dry Goods,
In their stock will be found all the lead
styles bf Dress Goods, such as
BLACK & COLORED ALPACCAS,
istelioottimlog f •
• Beautiful Styles longand square Shalls,
GENTS EnitlitSHlTNl GIRDS'y
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Blue, Black
and Brown Coatings, Black and Brown Bea
ver Cloths for Overcoats.
New Style Paper Collars and Neck Ties.
Gloves, Hosiery, Cuff:. )11(lizerebicf:s,
Suspenders, over and under:lilts, Draw e;
A FULL LINE BOOTS & SHOES
Ladles and Mimics Lasting Gaiters,
Ladies and Kisses Gam Sandals,
Diens and Ladies Artic Over Shoes,
Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Win
earpotings and OR Venus,
White and Grey Wool Blankets,
Coverlets & Spreads,
Lap Robes: anal
Paihte, oills, 'Glass and Putty
Their stock this season will be found eu
perior to any they have offered and their
prices will be reasonable. Therefore all
they ask is an examination of goods and
prices to be convinced
Oct 19th 1871 J. W. MILLER er., CO.
MANSION NOU.SE KEEL)
Car. Papa cod St. Paul Siree
• OPPOSITE 13Ara1V3eil CITY HOTEL,
BALTIMORE, MP ,
Terms $1.50 Per Day.
- ISAAC ALBESTSO).I, Proprierr.z.
J. S. H.tarr,n, Manager.. [aug
SELL PROPERTY FOR 51LE
MAHE subAcriber offers at Private" Sale
I it. small Tract of , Limestone Latul'contain
20Jr Acres, situated 3, miles Southwest of
rNN aynesboro", Franklin cdentv. B!t. The
improvements e onsiit of OW 17 42 C.D A
liaLP sroßy LoGt rgersE analog . Barn,
Wood and Wash House; a ucver-failinc well
i of water convenient• to the hoarse, with two
cisterns to.the buildingn alsb,a pi - m(1, Apple
Orchard, with a variety of choice fivait, such.
las pears, peachw, cherries, grapiv., &e.
au 24.—ta] ' ' ANDREW SENT; Et; .
Tsubscriber itloring 'l,lf eaitans of
Ir#nonbore7 that;hq put... Reset centinu:-
ing th&Datry business e i llzing. the coining
winter season.,_ nuppiiedrearh
ev'et7 mot:lino, +jiff' a 'gond article' of
and create; ' • • •
?guy 16•74 t • 15.LITIZX Carta.l.4o-4,
EL C. MILLU