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AINBERSON BENEDICT & CO'S,
ar I 8., P/Pl.lr.
WE are now receiving our first supply
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
to which we would ask the attention, of our
customers_anb_the public generally—beleiv
ing it-to be to the interest of ail to give — usi
a call before buying elsewhere.
Among our stock you will find 'a heavy
stock of the following :
. Mena wear of all kinds Overcoatings
Chiths, Cassimers thucy and plain, Cords,
plain and striped, Shirtings wool and cot
ton Boots and Shoes.
Ladies Dress Goods of all descriptions
Delains, Cobargs, Allpaccas, Plaid, plain
wool and worsted goods,
so a lar_e assortment of
FLOOR OIL• CLOTHS,
WINDOW OIL CLOTH,
cr - CURTAIN FIXTURE
D\V - kRE,
Please give us a call and we will try to
satisfy you in price and quality.
AMBERSON BENEDICT & CO.
.PIRST GRAND OPENING
PALL HD WINTER GOOD
PRICE & HOEPLICH'S,
Black Alpacas, Mohair Lustres, Plain and
-Fancy Popli wins, in double warps, English
.and American manufactures
Japanese Silk Robes, Japanes Rem) Poplins,
In new affects.
Black silks and Empress clothes, sublime
Ottoman and Water villette Shalls, both long
and square, Morning and Breakfast Shalls,
Wool & Cotton Flanens, Plain and Opera
Flanens, in large and elegant assortment.
Checks, Shirting Stripes, Chambrays and
Domestic Ginghams, in every variety.
Ladies Water Proof Cloakings, in black
Mens Bl'k and Fancy dothesand cassimeres.
Also coilluroys, Kerseys and Scotch cheri
•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 arid Fancy
goods, in new and elegant designs.
Gents Furnishing Goods, under wear &c., a
White Good, Hosiery, Gloves and Notions,
a full line of each.
liens Boots and Shoes, Ladies Shoes and
Gaiters, Gum and Heavy Shoes.
Ingrain Gerthing, Rag and Stair Carpeti, at
Carriage Robes, Horse Blankets and Fancy
Spreads, a full line.
Queensw.re, Glass ware, Hard and Wooden
ware, all kinds cheap.
Rio, Laguim and Roasted coffees. in huge
Portorico and Orleans Sugars, Demerara
and White Sugar, large lot in store.
Don't •faill to examine our stock.
Oct 12,1871. PRICE d HOEFLICH.
CONCAVE CONVEX spectacles, nt
J. BURNS AMBERSON, M. D.,
CORNER DRUG STORE
is still ahead..
READ. REFLECT; and be convinced:
Drugs of the best quality, PATEND- ME
DICINES—o-f—all lands, PURE WHITE
LEAD and COLORS, OIL, TURPENTINE,
&c, &c., at '
THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
BRUSHES, COMBS, POCKET BOOKS, RA
zors -Penknives, Stationery,_Soaps, Perfum
ery, Toilet ata-Faney-Goodfv-eteT,-full-as
DESIRABLE in every household, Pure
Baking Material. You can always get the
Tlig CORNER DRUG STORE
DR. AMBERSON'S Vegelable Vermi
cide. The best remedy for worms. SAFE,
WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, and GIN
formeclicirud purposes-at -
THE CORNER DRUG STORE.
Get your Prescriptions filled by
DR. J. BURNS AMBERSON.
ALLEN, M. GOOD. MATHEW METCALF
SUR NIB BHA FAMORY
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
At Prices to suit Times and Quality . !
Morro:—Quick Sales and small Proffits.
We will furnish anything wanted in our
line of business,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
We also contract for continued Rail Stair
Ways, Newel's Ballusters, &c. &c., furnish to
oriler or put into buildings by the best of
workmen ; Sawing, Chopping, Poast Boring,
Grinding, Turning, (kg. &c. In short any
thing you want call for it, if not on hAnd we
will make it. As reference we can show you
buildings in the country or in Waynesboro'
wherd you can judge for yourselves, (we
can't recommend material, it must recom
mend itself) also see the quality of our ma
terial as compared with that of other shops.
TO THE PUBLIC
Thankful for past favors, we ask you for
a continuance of the same.
Factory 1 miles South of Waynesboro', Pa.
GOOD & METCALF,
may 18, 1871.
P. S. We are also prepared to furnish
Framing material at comparatively low rates.
G. & M.
IVOTICE is hereby given that the co-part
-11 nership heretofore existing between
Hoover & Hartman, in the butchering busi
ness was mutually dissolved on the Ist of
November, 1871. Persons indebted by note
or book account, are requested to call on
either bf the subscribers and make imme
Dec. 14-3 t
A N Election will be held - at the let Na
11.tional Bank of Waynesboro', on Tues
day the 9th day of January, between the
hours of 10 A. M. & 2 P. M. for nine direct
ors, to serve for the ensuing year
Dec 7—tf JOHN PHILIPS, Cash.
THE Directors of the Ist National Bank.
of Waynesboro', declared a dividend of
6 per cent clear of taxes—for the past six
months, payable on and after the 4th De
cember JOHN PHILIPS, Cash.
Dec 7-3 t
Letters Testamentary. .
NOTICE is hereby given that letters tes
tamentary to the estate of Ann Maria
Blair, late of Waynesboro', Franklin Co.,
Pa., Dec'd, have been granted to the un
dersigned. All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate payment,
and those having claims will present them
properly authenticated for settlement to
Dec 7-6 f J. W. MILLER, Ex'r
THE members of the Waynesboro' Mu
!' tual Fire Insurance Company are noti
fied that the annual election for twelve di
rectors for the said company will be held
at the office of the Company, in Waynes
boro', Penn'a., on the second Monday of
January. A. D., 1872 (Bth) between the
hours of ten A. M. and two P. M.
Dec 7-3 t
THE subscriberllaS apples . for sale for
j resent use or for winter keeping.
p ct 12—ff ALEX. HAMILTON.
ItE.A,!ZEL . MII2. =1
are sold at
15 different kinds at
HE - COREER - DRUO STORE.
JOHN 0. HOOVER,
D. W. HARTMAN.
12,08 1 T - M1)
The following record of one day's accidents,
all from,the same cause, viz : the use of 'in
feriof Coal Oil, is taken from the Philadel
phia Ledger of &ascent 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
inglro thiThx — pro - szah - of - a - soal oil
Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story, of
the dwelling had retired to her department,
a few moments before thetdiscovery of the
fire. On entering her room, she was found
tying 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.—
"Margaret Colligan, residing in the rearof
618 South st., was burned by the explosion
of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, whileat
tempting to extinguish the flame, was also
severely . burnell.. Two of the above named
'victims have since died of their injuries."
All such fearful accidents,resulting'in death
and•the. destruction of valuable property,
maybe avoided by using "CARSON'S ASTEL
.L4I? OIL," which is knows to be a perfect
ly safe and reliable illuminator. It is for sale
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Waynesboro';
Christian Good, Quincy. [feb 2-1871..
nE subscriber - informs the public that
e is proprietor of the Buss line running.
daily between Waynesllioro', and Geencits
tle, heretofore run by Wolfersberger & Ston
- rWith-sood-horserand-a-first-class - four=
horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey pas
sengers to and fro with comfort and conve
111138 will leave Waynesboro', at 6i
quick time , and sure connection with the
first Passenger train at 8i A. M. Leaves
Greencastle at 5 o'clock, P. M. arriving at
Waynesboro', at 6 45. He is himself Pro
prietor, Contractor and Driver. Delivers
Adams Express matter to and from Green
castle. All Express matter 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 c,?1 . 1.. Persons wishing to go to
I: age =.! t' t rwsnriwirrinaniNTMOnl r e
train leaves at 915 making connection with
the Washington County Railroad. •
J. R. WOLFERSBERGER
aug 20 ,f']
-- I. H. WHITMORE
has just returned from the cities with the
largest and best assortment of
CASPI I 3! • OIL CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN
DRUGGET AND CRUMB CLOTHS
RUGS AND MATS, COVERLETS,
COUNTERPANES, &c., &c.,
-- ever offet - e - d - i _ • t..
constantly an hand and made to order
lAir 'Selling lower than any other hous
in the county. 116) - Call and hear prices.
Greencastle, Dec. 1, 1870.
NOTICE TO THE LADXES!
NEW MILLINERY GOODS!
ISSES. STICKLE & GORDON, an
.l3lnounce to the ladies of Waynesboro'
and vicinity, that they have just opened
out a full line anew 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.
FIRST ARRIVA L
MT. HOP STORE !
/SHE 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 styles and
prices. W. H. BROWN.
• Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf.
THE HEN WILIDE
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 FOR HIM
TORN FORD in returning thanks to the
tl public for their patronage announces that
he intends removing his shop to the Base
inent of Walker's Building, (and not leav
ing town AB is the belief of many) where he
intem's 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 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 'Fort Fletcher," 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 2.6] JOHN . FORD.
HE 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.
SURVEYING AND CONVEYALCLNG.
rE - undersigned having had some ten
ears expenence as a practical Surveyor
is prepared to du all kinds of Surveying;
laying out and dividing up lands, also all
kinds of writing usually done by Scriveners.
Parties wishing work done cancan on, or
address the undersigned at Waynesboro',
feb 2—tf A. STOLER.
subscriber.has now for sale a prime
JL alticle of Chestnut Shingles, a supply of
which he :will continue to•keep on hand.—
He also offers for sale a second-hand Morn
tng Glory . Stove and a Morning Glory Heat
er—both in use but one season,
Sept %—tf . RINEHRT.
CONVEX CNOCAYE Ales 'ADS
I. H. WHITMORa,
Wholesale and:Retail:Dealer, and Manufae-
} . 4 qu:s p k:,X.1 . 12N T.ti
TYTP2-110t -- Ma P.,
takes this method of informing his custom
, ers and the public that,he has -
REDUCED THE PRICE Rt . FURNITURE
from ten to twenty per cent. Owing to the
"advantages huhas 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 m use,
he feels warranted in saying' that he can.
please all tastes.
EXAMINE, LIST OF 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
Bound, CornerLfoot,:•3 Panels Walnut,
. _ . 25 to 30
" Foot, Oval Panel •
Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, t 0,40
Antique—New Style 25, 30, 35, 40 ; to 60
Fine Antique Chamber Snits,
Full Marble 130A0175-
Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 38, 40,„; 45, t 0,60
Solid Walnut Suits 60, 75, to 85
Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
wood - fop 14-rls j tol6.
Dn. Wal. 4 drawers,, with glass,
Marble to 17, 18, to 30
SOlid Wal. 4 drawers, with glass .
wood top '2O, 22, 25, to 32
Marble top 25, 30, 32, to 60
Imitation Walnut 10,12, to 14
Dining Table, six legs,
Breakfast do., four legs,
Mar. do 20 dill. paterns,
Extension Tables per foot
Windsor or Wood seats (f doz) $5, 6, 7 to 10
Cane seats (7 doz.) 9, 10, 117, 127 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.te 10
Spring Seated Chairs Upholstered
in Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Rep
and Terry, ranging in price
per half dozen from
'oc ring • airs up .o. as a
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 Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da
mask, Spring Seats (each)
— WARDROB . '
Imitation Walnut, for $lO, 12, 14, 16 to 30
Itia.Also, side Boards, Wash -tands, 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 Sr. SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
1R ,Remember the place, '
L H. WHITMORE,
Dec. 1, 1871
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
WAYNESBORO' , PA.,
INSURES AGAINST Loss on , D ?SAGE BY
W s X Pt. 3111
On all safe class property at reasonable mates
W. S. AMBERSON, President.
SIMON. LECRON, Vice President.
Jos. DOUGLAS, SECRETARY.
Jos. W. Mthr.rrt, Treasurer.
W. S. Amberson, Simon Lecron,
Lewis S. Forney, Jacob Hoover,
Jos. Douglas, Jos. Price,
Jacob J. Miller, Jos. W. Miller,
Benj. E.. Funk, D. B. Russell,
Levi Sanders, Jacob Good.
DAVID M. GOOD, Agent,
june 16, '7o] Waynesboro', Pa.
REAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY,
j.HE undersigned, executor of Ann Ma
ria Blair, late of Waynesboro', Pa., de
ceased will expose to publfc sale on SATUR
DAY THB 23TR DAY OF DECEMBER, 1871, on
the premises the' following real estate, viz.
A GOOD TWO-STORY WEATHBOARDED
with two-story back building—lately occu
pied by the dee'd, situated on the south
east corner of Church St. and 12 foot alley
Also on same day and place theTollowing
personal property, viz.
1 settee, 1 Bureau, 2 side tables, 3 sets
chairs, 4 tables, 2 looking glasses, 1 kitchen
cupboard 1 large Rocking Chair, 5 Bed
steadsami Bedding,4 feather pillows, 5 fea
ther ticks, lot Blankets, Quilts, Comforts,
69 YARDS OF CARPETING,
2 Ten-plate Stoves, 1 set Brass Ladles, 1
Brass preserving Kettle, 1 Iron Kettle, 1 pot
rack—lotQueenswane crocks, jars, tinware,
5 crocks butter, lard. and•can, 1 meat vessel
meat bench; lot soe.p, vinegar and barrel,
lot canned fruit, 2 stands, lot bake pans,
baskets, and a, great variety of other artic
les. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M.
when terms will be made known by
SOSEELI W. MILLER, Ex'r.
Dec. 7—ts T,. Vt MONG, Auct.
AYAYNESBOHO' COACH FACTORY!
fIEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
LS from the firm of Adams 4k, Hawker the
subscriber informs the public that he con
tinues the Coachmaking business in all its
branches, atthe old stand. He will at all
times have a supply of new Bu=ies, differ
ent kinds, on•hand ; also second-handed ve
hicles. Repairing done at short notice. He
uses the best ms terial and employs good
,mechanics. He returns his thanks to the
i.ublic for their liberal.patronageond by at
tention to business and a disposition to ac
commodate hopes to merit a liberal share of
the sa.mo in the future.
Jan. 14—tf JACOB ADAMS.
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c,
Vrhe subscriber has for sale Chestnut
files, Failings, Plastering Laths, Shing
ling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber farnished
to order. Also,'Oak, Pine and Chestnut
Wood by the load for sale on the ground.
fer'lle has also Ice for salt,
April 23 tf. ' aIR S. MORN.
C,XACIrIi7XEM. 5t.103313 -16 .
2000 Bushels Clover Seed wanted,
ELDEN, STOVER 45:11' OLFP
Sept 21-3 m.
Has now on hand a Full Line of
GOODS JUST RECEIVED
HATS for Men and Bon:
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
Ladies Surg, Gaiters,
At very low prices.
!!;... Watches, clocks and Jewelry repaired
a s ort notice and warranted.
Thankful for past favors he hopes by fair
dealing to all to merit a continuance of pub
June 29. 1871.
' $7,50 to 9
5 to 0
9, 10, 12 to 15
2 to 3
25 to 75
Ma a complete assortment
BOOTS, SHOES AND GIBBS,
Call - and see goods and get prices.
THOMPSON"S "GLOVE FITTING COR-
SCHOOL BOOBS A-ND STATIONARY, of
all kinds at
IMAMS AND CAPS,
A full stock now ready, consisting of all the
latest styles, at
PAPER •COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES,
Suspenders, everything in that line . s s
Town Hall Store.
Nov. 3, 1870
Frhe snbscriber announces to hi) friends
.L and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned. by Israel
Hess, and is wavr engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main &vet, 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.
Alt kinds of new work on hand orders filled
Jan. 14 tf. GEO. B. HAWKER.
ANTIETAM MARBLE WORKS;
if. WALTER & BRO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Monuments, Tombs, Headitons, &c. 6;6.,
WE call attention to our assortment of
the 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, oh the Waynesboro' and Hagers
town Turnpike, two-miles from the former
place. Post Office address, Waynesboro',
N. B. Orders can be left at the "[ilk* Rec
ord Office and will receive prompt attention.
April 3—tf H. W. 0. BRO.
TO TU AFFILXCTED
ROOT AND SPICE
It is the best bitters of the age. For the
cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sick-head
ache, Lowness Spirits, Rheumatism, Cfaxn),
Cholic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and diseases
of the system generally, many testimonials
could be given by those, who haste used it,
but it is not necessary. Use it and be con
vinced. It is worth a trial to the afficted.
Prepared by Dr. Jacob Fahrney, Waynes
boro', Franklin County, Pa. '
FOR 8 .A_ I_l M
TWO FrNE 21ILCII COWS, one W:113
fresh in August, the other will be fresh
in a few weeks ; also two young mares, one
a family mare. Enquire of the
Sept 19—tf PRINTER. •
Look at the List!
For Men and Boys Wear.
Also, 'Ladies Shoes,
Latest and Best Styles
rzmrizitT7. l- E7 , TRM,
of all kin& and varieties.
Nov 2-3 m
PRICK & B 0 WWI AN '
STEAM ENGINE AND BOER WORKS,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES •
Boilers, Tanks, and Sheet-Iron Work ; Machinist's Tools, Wood Working Machinery;"
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Saw_ 7 lllills--Fellor.-Reia,.:.
-13ers, Laundry - Frianaces: ----- Also,
Ants for Stiliwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined ; Cameron & Co's Special Steam Pump; Saws of7all&inds, (TidDiost
manufacture;) Iron Pipe and Fittings; Brass Work ; Gum and ‘ Leather Belting; Manu
facturers arid 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. LFor further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List.
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn'a, June 29, 1871.
Offers at low prices a large number of No
1 Cook Stoves for coal or o $•-
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 Honse 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. 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 complain.
Call and see his stock as it will pay you
for the trouble, and it . is right these days to
BRUINS !BARGAINS !
THE RUSH !---THE BUSH
STILL continues at the cheap Now York
Store. Goods sold cheaper than ever.
Terrible slaughter in Dress Goods 4.,Domes
ties. Notions at a mere trifle
Vargains in every thing.. Tremen
dous auction' drives coming 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 the:grand inducements we are offer
Spool Cotton—one cent spool ; '
Coats & Clarks Thead-6 cts. spoOl
Heavy Bro. Cotton Flannel-12};
Extra Heavy Bro. Muslin, one yard wide
Good Brown Muslin-10c;
Men & Womens Hole-10 and 123 c ;
All Wool Stockings-25c •
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs—Sc;
Bargains in Hats and shoes ;
Mens Hats from 50c to 1,75;
A fine assortment of latest style Ladies
Hats from 25 to 50e ;
104 Blankets—s2,so per pair ;
A large lot of German Quilts • which we
are selling less than the cost to import
H. A. McKee of Hagerstown wishes to
inform the inhabitants of Waynesboro and
vicinity that he has opened the store late
ly occupied by Caldwell with a nice and
well assorted stock of Dry Goods and No
tions, &c. He solicits b.r early call from
town and country buyers as ho knows he
can sell goods ch.aper than any other House
in the trade. He ilaS buyer:. attending all the
'great Auction Rooms in New York and
Philadelphia securing bin gains, so that no
other house can possibly compete with his.
Call and see for yourselves the astonishing
low prices of goods Respectfully.
Nov. 30, 1371. H. A. 3161.1.1 E.
A BEStRABLE RRIIIPERTY
xbillura.tce. :Setae .
rr HE subscriber offers at Private Sale the
I FAIR VIEW BULL PROPERTY, situ
a.tej mile Southeast of Waynesboro'. This
property is delightfully situated, the itn
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. Ainberson, in Waynes
July 27-tf. DAVID PATTERSON.
BARS 7.77 . M
FORNEY • & SONS
will pay the highest market price for 650
cords of Rock and Black Oak Bark delivered
at their Tannery in, Waynesboro.
Hides and Skins taken in and weighed at
the cellar of C. Rattles' Shoe Store, for which
the highest market price will be paid.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
THE subscriber informs the public that
he has the agency for the sale of Moth
er Noble's Healing Syrup, in Washington
and Quincy townships, for the cure of di
soases of the Bowels, and Stomach, ,Ferrialb,
Diseases, Rheumatism, Vlropsy, Dysposta,
iSr.e. He has also for sale tho
a cure for Consumption.
These remedies hayo so fir in all cases
given satisliiction. Best references given if
required. P. 0, Address, QUincy, Pa.
Sept I'9-3m 3. C. I.;OIOTAN, - "Agl: -
J. W. MILLER.
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 of Dress Goods, such as -
BLACK &COLORED ALPACCAS,
SILK FINISHED NOHAIRS,
POPLIN PLAIDS, .
Beautiful Styles long and square Shalls,
GENTS, FUJECNISMNIG 13.8025 v
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, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, over and undershirts, Drawers,
A FULL LINE BOOTS & SHOES
Ladies, Missesand Childrens Morocco Shoes
Ladies and Misses Lasting Gaiters,
Ladies and Misses Gum Sandals,
Mens and Ladies Artic Over Shoes,
Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Win-
egrpatiags gga algths,
White and Grey Wool Blankets,
Coverlets & Spreads,
Lap Robes and
Paints, Oils, Glass, and Putty
Their stock this season will be found su
perior to any they have offered and their
prices will be reasonable. Therefore all
they ask is an \examination of goods and
ices to be convinced
Oct 15th 1871 J. W. MILLER d: CO.
MANIKIN HOME tIIQTEIv
N. W. Car. li'avett and St. Paw' S?ree
OPPOSITE BARNUM'S CITY EIOTEL,
BALTI NI olt E, 31" El •
Terms :=1.50 l'er Day. •
ISAAC ALI3ERTSON, Proz.)rletor.
J. S. HARPER, IMtulat;er. [aug
HE sub.;erther inform 3 tho citizens of
Waynesboro' that he pnrpose3 continu
ing the Dairy basiness during the coming
winter season. families supplied. regularly
every morning wit.it, a good article of milk
and cream, .
Nov 113—tf HENRY ("Alia I.TTGIT..
SMALL PROPERTY . FOR SALE!
nE subscriber ore r-, at Privato Sate a
ull' Tract of Limestone Lull contain-,
ing 201 Acres; Fituated . 3 miles Southwest of
Waynesboro', Franklin countv, Pa, • The
improvements c onFis t of ONE AND A
HALF STORY LOG HOUSE and Log Barn.
-Wood and Wash House. a never-tailing well
of water convenient to the house, - with two
cisterns to the buildings; also a good Apple
Orchard with a variety ofchr4ce frnit, , suth
,pear,i, pelelascs, cherries, gi4155,46.
S. C. KILLER