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ROASI ED A ZIVE
The following record of One day's accidents,
all from the same cause, viz : the use !of• in
ferior Coal Oil,,is taken from the rhflyiel
phiaLedger of a recent date:
,'The alarm of fire, last evening, at 7 o'-'
.clock,_ was caused by the burning of the
dwelling, corner of loth .and Poplar, result- .
ing from file explosion of a coal oil lamp.—
Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story Of
the dwelling had retired to her department,
a few moments before the discovery 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.—
.She was severely burned.
"Margaret Colligan, residing in the rear of
4318 South st., was burned by the , explosion
of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while at
tempting to extinguish the flame, was alsd
severely burned. Two of the above named
victims have since died of their injuries."
All such fearful accidents,resultimiin death
and the destruction of valuable property,
may be avoided by using "CARSON'S TEL
LAR OIL," which is known to be a perfect
ly safe and reliable illuminatof. It is foasale
Amberson, Benedict & Co., Waynesboro';
Christian Good, Quincy. [feb 2-1871.
MITE subscriber informs the public that
he is proprietor of the Buss line running
daily between Waynesboro', and Greencas
tle, heretofore run by Wolfersbcrger & Ston
er. With good horses and a lirA-class four
horse Omnibus he is enabled to convey pas
sengers to and fro with comfort and conve
His Buss will leave Waynesboro', at 6? !
A. M., arriving at Greencastle at 8, making
quick time and sure connection with . the
first Passenger train at S% A. M. Leaves
Greencastle at 5 o'clock, E. 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 th. ,
same morning and through to Waynesboro'
the sam • • • •••
to send goods by Express will do well by
giving him a call. Persons wishing to go to
Hagerstown should take this rout. The
train leaves at 915 making connection with
the Washington County Railroad.
aug 20 tf] J. R. WO LPEIZSBERGER.
has—just—rel - nr.ied froat — th - e - eities with the
largeat and beat asaortment of
? ! 0 - a: I. CLOTHS!
OIL AND LINEN
DRUGCiET AND CRT MB CLOTHS
RUGS AND MATS, COVERLETS,
ever offered in Greencastle.
with all the fixtures for putting up
constantly on hand and made to order
e.rirSelling lower than any other bons
in the county. ka - .f and hear prices.
Greencat4le, Dec. 1, 1870.
NOTICE TO TEE LAILIES.!
NEW MILLINERY GOODS!
IIifISSES. STICKLE & GORDON, an
...V.l.nonnee to the ladies of Waynesboro'
and vicinity, that they have just opened
out a fall line of new Fall and Winter Mil
linery Hoods. They return thanks for past
patronage and invite all in want of any ay
tiele in the _Millinery line to call and exam
ine the latest styles, learn prices, &.e.
FIR,S I I I _ATZP,,I - V_A_
NT. HOP STORE !
rpIIIE subscriber announces to his custo
a niers and the public generally that he
has just returned /1%1111 the Eastern cities and
opened out a full a , sertment of new goods,
embracing all ur ..10, usually kept by coun
try merchants. 11c returns special thanks . to
his patrons for pai-1 I)atrtinage, and asks their
attention and tho intention of others to his
new SelCetioll,., l'ollllorU styles and
Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf.
TN t T.l - n"Y ). 7 1 1 1 :ZOE
uNr.,,,,,,E. SHUTTLE and
SE WING MAC HINS !
$2.5 ehoaper than any other.
For Dura'a;flty and Beauty,
they I'om7titchine., Hem
ming, Tuelzilm., Fellip.g, Conlitn:,
111 11r:tiding, Gathering, tiathering
sev,ing on gathers, they are uneNcelle(l.
Warranted. A.E. WAYNA
S. E. Corner Diamond,
nar. 30, 1871
I/OW IS THIS FOii 111 111,
7011 ti FORD in returning thankS to the
public for their patronage announce -4 that
he intends :01h0Villg his shop to the Ille,e
inent of. Walker's Building, (and not leav
ing town is is the belief of many) where he
inte:\,ls carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
UsINESS as usual.
All per•zons kno‘ving themPselves indebted
to me will please Call Ulla settle their ac
counts immediately, ihr I pay ensh for nty
stock and lutist have lily mt)ney. Don't
It ant to see the f'ace of that unwelcome visi
tor, the Deputy from 'Fort Fletchar." prowl
illtout my shop seeking whom he may
C'astorners will therefore fital nie at the
Thtsentent recered to after the lir-t 61 April
rr TIE tinder-ti , znea has tippointel Frtsler
of I,?uincy to.,‘ att:ent to
collect his at•cnunts ana tr:tm-act other bust
ue,s pertaining to the same.
July It-tf .1 ER E 11.111 HESS INE h.
SURVEYING ED CEVEY.Y.CING,
tiraler-.i.:nc.l Lay', ipz had some fon
-I years expe. relict as a pr.te,ic.il Surveyor
is prepared to do .a.l I kinds or Su rve3
layin, out and (livi,liipz up latyls, aL., I all
kinds of ivritiw , usrailly (lone S:.ri \ - eners.
Parties Nt.,lk dine canr.iil tut, or
;alit res.; t .tt l'a.
fell 2—if ] :-TOLER.
g N , E, E S
Et - e•cribor has now for sale a prime
article of 'll e.-1 mit Ski ngl a supply of
which he will continue to keep on hand.—
alici offers for sale a second-hand Morn:
tog Glory Stove and a Morning Glory Heat
er—both in use but one season,
Sept 28-tf . S. B. RINEHRT.
CONVEX .010 CAVE spectsitles, at
GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
HATS for Men and Boys:
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
Ladies Suig Gaiters,
Misses and Childrens Shoes in great variety
'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. 1571,
BOOTS, rSIIOES AND GitTEDS,
THOMPSON'S "GLOVE FITTING COE:
SCIIOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of
all kinds at
HATS AND CAPS,
A full stock:' now ready, consisting of all the
w. 11. nizolvx
latest styles, at
PAPER COLLARS, TIES; GLOVES,
Suspenders, everything in that line, at
Town Ilan Store.
Nov. 3, IS7O.
CO-A_CH - 1/I.A=NG-.
Lhe subscriber announces to his friends
and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory tbrmerly owned by Israel
!less, and is inr,v engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main Street, at the East encbof
Waynesboro. having a knowledge of the
business, and employing, none but the best
workmen, and by strict attention to busi
ne he hopes to - merit a share of patronage.
All kinds of new work on hand orders filled
Jan. 1-1 tE GEO. B. HAWKER.
ANTIETIIi MARBLE WORKS;
H. WALTER & BRO.
...T.ANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Non uments, Tondm, Heat Hones, atT. &e.,
VTE call attention to our assortment of
tho above, comprising the newest and
most approved styles.
1 lavinQz the aat antatte of Water-Power,
mei a long experience in the
we are able to till orders at the shortest no
tice ant on most rensonable terms.
(dye urn call at our Yard, near Antietam
Junction, on the Waynesboro' and Hagers
town Tompike, two miles from the former
place. Post, ()nice address, Waynesboro',
N. E. Orilers can be left at the Village Rec
ord (.filler ;rad will receive pr,unpt attention.
April 11. W. BItO.
• !LI V. A F ILI CDT E
" DOCTOR JACOB FAIFENEY'S
ROOT AND SPICE BITTERS.
It is the bc-.t bitten; of the age. For the
Cure of Dyspep,ia', Indi, , zestion, Sick-head
ache, Lownt- , sSpirits, Rheumatism, Cram
Di arr hn oa , Dyt , entory, 11101 dit , ensOs
of the .y:.aort gent•rally, many lel-timonials
could. 1..• given by those, who have useil it,
lint it is not necos , ney. Ise it anti his von
\ it is worth a trial to lite a [tided.
Prop,trol heltr..larob Fa rWaynes
horn, Franklin County, Pa.
T"."'FINE MUCH cows, one was
fresh in August, the other will be fresh
in a few weeks ; also two young mares, one
a family mare. Enquire of the
Sept n-ts PRINTER.
Has now on hand a Full Line of
Look at the List! •
For Men and Boys Wear
At very low prices.
Also, Ladies Shoe 4,
Latest and Befit Styles
of all kinds and varieties
D. 1 uTA T
Call and see goods and get prices
STONE CUTTING BUSINESS,
Every year increases the popu
larity of this valuable Hair Prep
aration, which is due to mceit
alone. We can assure 'our old
patrons that it is kept fully up to
its high standard; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring GRAY OR FADED
HAIR 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 tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair grows thicker and strol:ger.
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-DaEssING ever,
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glos , ,y appearance. A. A. Hayes,
M.D., State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says,." The constituents aro
pure, and carefully selected for•ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the BEST PREPARATION for its
Sal all Pow rii.'qs and net7Ters, Meaicines
As our Renewer in many cases
regnires too long a time, and too
nvich care, to restore gray or faded
hiske:'s, we have prepared this
d • •
cpr.,•.,kly and effectually accomplish
lids result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
wither rn'o nor wash off: Sold by
Drno-Yi-3 •s• t Price Filly Cents.
Pilanufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
PATENTED SEPT. 21 1869
The merits of this machine consists in
part, in the, attachment of curved knives
to the arms of the cutting-wheel, the shear 7
jug cut across the mouth-piece, the great
power and directness of the blow, by which
treble the volume of material is cut, with
less power than is required' by any other
machine ; those combined with its durabil
ity and simplicity of construction, command
public attention. Nothing liable to get out
of order, but what a boy could remedy with
Persons in want of machines of this de
scription Will:do well by calling upon or ad
- essin,g the undersigned. Good and res
ponsil de agents wanted to sell machines and
The above:Machine is now on exhibition
at the Waynesboro' Manufacturing, Compa
ny's Office. Persons interested should call
and examine . it, for it is what every farmer
should:have. 11. C'. GILBERT,
Brass. F. Srot - rrEn, Proprietor,
Agent. Waynesboro' Pa.
LIVERY ! LIVERY !
undersigned informs the public gen
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.
Ile has 'had all his carriages neatly re
paired aml refitted, and his horses ace safe,
gentle and 111.4 t travellers. Parties conveyed
to any point de,ired, accompanied by a care
Office :It the Waynesboro' Hotel, where
an attentive hostler will he in attend:nice at
all hours of the night and day. 11Ert_INo ef
fort will be maned to accommodate all who
may patronize him
Dec. 17, ts,
BOOT AND SHOMANING.
MITE subscriber would inform the public
that lie is at all times prepared to make
o order Gents Coarse or fine Boots, also
coarse or tine work for Ladies or Misses, in
clud lag the latest style of lastingi t ers.—
Repa iring clone at short 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
THOMAS 3. FILBERT,
)&[ER an-AN T TAIL 01?,
AND AGENT FOR
SINGER'S SEWING MACP INES.
IY.IINESBORO' CO.lOll FICT0111!
1471E0, W. HAWKER having withdrawn
from the firm of Adams & Hawker the
subscriber informs the public that he con
iintit.s the Coachmaking business in all its
branches, at:the old stand. Ile 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
11.4 CS the best material and employs good
mechanics. He 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 liheral share of
the same in the future.
Jan. 14—tf JACOB ADAMS.
LUMBER, LUMBER, &c,
'Elbe subscriber has for sale Chestnut Shin
gles, failings, Plastering, Laths, Shing
ling Laths, Pine Lumber from a half to one
inch. All other sizes of Lumber furnished
in order. Also, Oak, Pity and Chestnut
Wool by the load for sale on the ground.
10,11 e has also Ice for sale.
April :23 tf. A. S. MONK.
Nov 2-3 in
2000 Bushels Clover Seed wanted,
ELDEN , STOVER 4; WOLFF
Price Ono Dollar
FOR THE WHISKERS.
THOS. J. HOLLINGSWORTH
CLEANED, DAGGER AND POWERS
No implement more important to the
farmer than a First-class Grain Thresher and
Cleaner—for none pays him so well and so
The above cut shows the, only Geiser Ma
chine now built under the immediate eye
of the old inventors themselves, with all the
additional improvements made during the
past LS years, and now with
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL
this Machi -- ,e just stands high above all of
its class. As a thresher it is equal to the
best, as a cleaner it is superior to any exist
ing Machine. This is admitted by all hon
est competitors. Indeed it is the only Ma
chine that really can, by one operation,
thoroughly thresh and clean grain fit for
market. But the fact that grain direct from
this machine commands from 2 to 3 cents a
bushel more than grain direct from any oth
er machine, settles the question of its supe
riority as a cleaner over all others. Impar
tial judges at all the State and County Fairs
where it was thoroughly and practically
tested, in competition with other leading
machines, always agree that it is more sim
ple—more easily understood and operated
by those unskilled ih machinery—more du
rable—threshing as much and yet cleaning
better—with less power and more comfort
to hands than any • other machine in use—
and besides all that is sold for less money
according to capacity. These facts are
further attested by the thousands of pur
chasers, some of whom have had them in
use for the last IS years. To supply the
wants of all, we now make 4 sizes
From a horse 'at way •or 0 Ors° Lever
Power, to a 10 Horse Lever Power, with
prices ranging from sl9u to $3OO, without
power. We also make the latest impproved
triple-geared Horse Powers, suitable, for
each size machine, ranging from $9O to $13,5,
and all fully and fairly warranted. For
further information send for circular and
Responsible Agents in- Territory not in
THE GEISEIt MANTTFAC'G CO.,
have used oqadal is in their pract ice
fur the past Oren years and fiely
endorse it as a roliable Alterative
and Blood Purifier.
DR. T. C. PUGTT, of Rallimmo.
DR. T. J. BO VION,
DR. R. :V. CA RR. "
DR. V. O. DA s:NELLY, "
Dfl. J. S. SPARKS, of 'Xicholasville,
DR. A. B. NOBLES, Edgeeomb, N. C.
USED AND ENDORSED BY
J. R. FRENCH & SONS, Fall River,
&MITI!, Jackson, .15.Fieh.
A. F. NV HEELER. Lima, Obi°
B. HALL, Lima, Ohio.
MA V f..:1 A; CO., Cinrdonsville, Va:
.5.01'[.. G. McFADDEN, Nurfrees
hoz u, Tc:in.
Our space will not allow o f any ex.
tended remarks in relation to the
virtues of liosadalis. Toth(' Medical
Prolession we guarantee a Fluid Ex
tract superior to any they have ever
used in the treatment of diseased
flood; and to the afflicted we say try
Itosadalis, and you will be restored
llosadalis is sold by all Druggists,
price $1.50 per bottle. Address
•CLEItENTS' & CO.
July 20, 1
NEW TIN STORE.
THE undersigned would most respectfully
inform the citizens. of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store
on East 3lain, street, opposite Stover &
Wolff's Dry Goods emporium, and keeps
constantly on hand a good supply of
COOK & COAL STOVES,
INIORMNG GLORIES, etc., at prices to suit
the times. All kinds of work done in his
line with neatness and dispatch, such as
roofing, spouting and repairing. You will
find it to your interest to gite him a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere. The sign of the
Big Red Coffee Pot, Always on the post.—
Thankful for past favors he hopes for a con
tinuance of the same.
BACON—Countfy sides for sale by
June 29. W. A.RITD
FIMS '3/30 CUD 'FAT Aso ...._•• - e s_. ea
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 atnumber of other Base Burn
ing, Stoves—also Parlor Cook Stoves—Par
lor and Fire-place lleaters, the best in mar
ket, all of which he will }-arrant 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. 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 n ay you
for the trouble, and it is right these days to
D. B. RUSSELL,
D. B. RUSSELL & SON at the sign of the
,Big Red Horn, will keep constantly on hand
and for sale a large assortment of Stoves
(warranted to give satisfaction.)
HOUSE FURNISHLNG GOODS
KNIVES AND FORKS,
LARGE IRON COPPER KETTLES.
And other useful articles at the sign of the
BIG Rh) HORN, Waynesboro', Pa., where
a large assortment of •
• NINE-PLATE STOVES,
COAL STOVES &c.,
of the latest improvements, the very best in
the market, at the Cheap Tin and Stove
D. B. RUSSELL & SON.
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.1). - 13. RUSSELL 4: SON
Sign of the Big Red Horn,
• Wityne:,boru', Pa
TIN - W.A.R=
made of the best Tin in the market, ant
warranted at the sign of the
"BIG RED HORN"
D. D. RUSSELL keeps eonstantly on ham
late assortment of all "House Furnishin
Goods for sale cheap. Pure No. l Kero
sene Oil and a large assortment ef Lamps.
WASHING MADE EASY !
by calling at the sign of the "Fig Red Horn
and getting the best Clothes Wringer eve!
te—Persons in want of Stoves, Tinware
House Furnishing Goods, &c. &e., can ge,
full value for their money by calling on
D. B. RHSSF,LL & SON,
Sign of the "Big Red Horn,"
A ?MT ZAVED
A PENNY MADE!
SAYS THE OLD ADAGE
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: a . 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 say.
Our stock consists of the following articles:
Ladies Dress Goods—Sccu As
Opera Cloths,. RepoHants,
MEN'S WEAR.—Cloths, Doeskin
Cassitneres, Cords, Sattinetts, Cottonades,
Linens, Tweeds, &c.,
LADIES CUSTO&3I4DE SHOES,
in Lasting and Morocco; cheap.
We have bought large, consequently cheap.
An our goods have been bought at panic
prices, consequently ve are enabled to un
dersell those who bought before the decline.
L' .Call and see, and we will prbve to
you what we say.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
June 29, 1871. STOVER d, WOLFF.
DEA LF,R IN FLOUR AND FEEL' STUFF
One door West of the Bowden ,House
J. B. RUESELL
CC.)3IE AND SEE
CAN BE HEIED AT TUE STORE OF
VT M. A._ 1 , 2,M 3D,
I have just bought in the East a choice
stock of goods: A full supply of
RICE, WHITE SUGA. R,
(Coffee, cracked loaf and pulverized.)'
P. R. and N. 0. Molasses:and Syrups, Dried
Fruit, Sugar-Cured Hams, Smoked Beef &c.,
In the way of Pure Spices and baking ar
ticles generally, and flavoring articles, &c.,
the quality stands unsurpassed. D 9 not
forget to look at our 10 cent and levy sugars.
I am prepared to keep with the market.
CH EESE.—Th e very best quality on hand
Winter and summer.
GRAGIERS OR ALL KINEM
I get my goods fresh from the factory of
James Mason and Co. Have many differ
ent kinds. The newest thing out is the
FRESH AND SALTED FISH
The Fish department we keep up full, and
will play second fiddler to none. All thro
the proper season we get string fish, ices
shad and herring. We sell sound fish am
sell them right that is the reason we solli
them fast. Customers wanting one shad or
100 waited on with the saute alacrity.—
Housekeepers wanting to lay in a supply
for the summer should buy very soon.
I now have in store and' for sale a choice
lot of Mackerel in whole bhls, halves and
quarters; at , about one-half the price per lb.
OE • •e u • re-t-s-nottrinwelse so . e leap in
the provision line as INltickeral. Make a
note of this.
GLASSWARE.—Look at the goblets, tum
blers, sets, small dishes.
QUEENSWARE.—Granite - ware of the
very best make im.
ported in tea sets and
by the dc..en and half
dozen. Also a large
stock of commoit Teas
• ' and dishes.
NOTIONS AND SUNDIZIES..—Easkets,
— buckets, brooms, tubs,
brushes, soaps, cb Alms
pins, pocket books, es
sences, Barlow's blue,
chewing tobacco and
segos, cic. , &e.
T ask the public to call and examine,—
Will always try to make he prices suit cash
April 20 1871. W. A. REID.
374•'14:1 INVALIDS DONT DESPAIR! 'IW "
r c Thousamls have found retlef, and F '
f 1 I housamk 1, ill turn I o this Medi- ) r 1- , , •
tt.„14 4 . • clue, after (-alms:int: their per-es , • •,1,4
'=f- , ..... and patience In scorch of health. -
U iddunt , s of the bead. duline,s of the mind, fold • -
breath, coated tongue, loss of appetite, pains and W oak
neNtt In the sionmelt, enlargement of the liver, yellow
neis of the skin, eusiNten F. fever and thlr tt, it ili a total
di-relish for Int , iness4. ',league or tiny kind of employ
ment. FAIIIRYET'S Pax/tor:a, if taken and per-et °red
In fora lbw day's, will remove this is hole class of s 3 nip
tom s. Thefluids of the body become pure, and nund
clear, the stomaeli strengthened. the tongue clean, the
appetite Improved, and the whole system so benefited
that disease, in bad weather, Is leas liable to aflllet you.
1 Dr. P. FAHRNEY'S
0 load Cleanser or Panacea.
As a medicine for children, the Panacea In, In ovary
war, ealeulared to take the place of the endless variety
of drat which are annually sold for that purpco.e,
hint are often cry injurious. A medicine which pos.
I.es .es the qualities or a Cathartic as null at a mild alter.
alive, and w Inch is capable of arrestin• disease without
the leas injury to the child, is or incalenlahlo value to
every mot her, As a cathartic, it Is n cry ellective, yet It
does not, itgiven in proper quantltlos. , cause nausea or
distress to the stomach or boa els. It is very plea-nut
to the taste, 1, 111111 is a very important feature as a
medicine for children. Asa precentins of disea , e it is
unprecedented, as it acts directly upon the digestive or
gans and the blood. 1u all armful 0.. s disea,es, It is the
most ctiecti‘ c medicine es er otters t to the public; and,
If given regularly and pert.everingl,r, those eruptive d IS
ell•es •0 coalition to children may no entirely eradicated.
Is Prepared Iv P. Falirney's Bros. &'
Co,. IVayne-born, Pa., hind Dr P. , I
:le Nora' Dearborn F;
I St., CureActo. Pried O1:45 per bottle,
' for sale by hole.alo and Benin'
' dealers. And by r
F. Forthman, J. B. Amberson, M. 1). and
Dr. A. S. Bonbrake, Wavnesboro'; lionziir
Buhrman, Pike:A - We. IDee. 8, 1871-Iy.
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Waynesboro', May 21, 1871.
A DREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
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giFANCY DRINK. P i'; V
Made of Poor Ruin, Whiskey, Proof Spirit.
and pelisse Liquors doctored, spiced and sweet.
and to please the taste, called " Tonics,""Appetl2..
. err," "Restorers," ac., that lead the tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made
from the Native Roots and Herbs of Galilean-a, freo
from all Alcoholic Stimulants.. They are the
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A Lin*
GIVING PRINCIPLE a perfect Renoval,or and.
• Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and-restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitters according to dime,
Hon and remain long unwell.
SLOO will be given for an incurable case, provided
the bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
• dher means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point of renal:.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhetinia.
Own and Gout, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
Bilious, Remittent and intermittent Fevers
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder, these Bitters haVe 'been most success
fut. Such Diseases are canoed by Vitiated
Blood, which is generally proancedby derangement
ethic Digestive Organs.
DYsPErSIA OIL INDIGESTION, Head
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
1 ~: . D , r1.. , - , , kna# ymctationsLof4ho-Stomachf
Dad taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Ir.flammation of thO Lungs, Pain in the
resit= of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painfttl
' symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled.
efilency in cleansing the blood of all impurities, and
imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOIL SIi.IN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tatter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,Bolls, Car.
btu:tees, Sing-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Brysip
eMs, Itch, Scurfo, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the bkln, of whatever name or nature,
are literally de; ..p and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in
such eases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon dad its
Ipurities bursting through the o'zin in Pimples, Erup.
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Li no or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
a, sluggish in the veins ; c:eanse it whoktikis foul,
and your feelings will toll you when. Keep the blood
pute and the health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking in tho
sy4tint of so many thousands, are effectually destroy.
-' , 'moved Fnr full directions._road_carefully_
thcrildreader around each bottle, printed fn four lan
gu 0..-.Euglish, German, French and Spanish.
J. *E.EII, Proprietor. R. 11. MoDONALD & CO.,
Dr .gklsts and Gen. Agents. San Francisco, Cal.,
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and 82 wid - ti 0 o nuncri.iStrect, Now York.
G. , ' COLD AY AI•I. DRUGGISTS AND Dici.rms.
ir fig ivr
For restoring Gray Hair 33
Its natural Vltality and Color.
Thin hair is - thick ,
tai. /g it checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where tha follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and &raved.
But such as remait n 1 be s' .ed for
usefulness by this Instead
of fouling the hair with a rusty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and viaorors.
Its occasional use will prevent the 'hai2
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious suhrtances which
make some preparations dangerous.. and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CIFFMLSTS,
Vo gr.. $l.OO.
COON & STONEHOUSE
Respectfully announce to 'the public that
they have opened at their store room, im
the South-west corner of the Diamond, in
Waynesboro,' a large and well bele% tool
AisI i VTLERY,
Iron, Steel, Nails Coat - ers Goods of in , -
de -4 1,0 , Q , titiN are, Cedarrrare,
Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Paints, Glass.
Oils, Varnish Brushes, Fish, Salt, and aft
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 business, and a determination
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 a large and well assorted stook
of startle and fancy Dry Goods, embracing
ROTE, CISSIMERES, . &f„
Satinetts, Jeans, Tweeds, Cottonades, Cords
Stripes, Checks , Ginghams, Linen and Cot
ton Table Diapers, Crash for towels, Cali
coes, Delains, Alp:wefts,
Fancy DRESS GOODS, DRILLINGS,
Shawls, Brows. and Bleached Sheeting . and
Shirtings, Tickines, Linens, Flannels, White
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery and Notions. We
are receiving Lew goods every week and
will supply any article wanted that we have
not on hand in t few days. •
We pay the highest market price for a
kinds of Conntr r Produce, such as Bacn
iLard, Buttergzs, Dried Fruit, Rags, 4:e.
Nov. 3, 1870.?
A dxessing which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
r preserving the
air. Faded or gray
hair is SCOL restored
to its original color,
with the gloss and
freshness of youth.