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PlitLE ILE to!
On TUESDAY 20th day FEBRUARY, '72.
THE subscriber intending to quit farm 7
ing, will sell at•public sale , at his resi
dence, on Jacob Stouffer's farm near Stouf
fer's mill, about 2i miles Southeast of Way
nesboro', on the 20th day February, the
following personal property, to wit :
fl HEAD HORSES,
7 of which are draught horses, 4 being good
leaders, 3 mares with foal, one a fine family
mare, 2 two year and 2 one year old Colts;
21 HEAD CATTLE,
5 of 'which are Milch Cows, S Heifers, all
'expected to be fresh between this time and
the Ist of April next, 1 fine young Bull, ris
ing three years, 12 HEAD YOUNG CATTLE
most of *hi& are steers one and two years
"32 HEAD HOGS,
4 of which are Brood Sows, 1 Chester Boar,
32 Fat Hogs and 15 Shoats and pigs ;
1 one and two-horse Wagon, 1 pair closed
Wood Ladders, 1 English • Bed, 2 pair Hay
Carriages 20 ft. long, 1 pair Rail Carriages,
sets dung boards,
1 McCORMICK REAPER,
1 McCORMICK MOWER, good as new ;
Grain Drill, (Troxel's ;) 1 Spring Rake, 2
2three-horse and 1 two-horse Barshear Plow
3 single and 3 double Shovel Plows, 1 Cori:
Coverer, 4 Harrows, single, double and tre
ble trees' 1 Wheat Fan, 1 Rolling Screen,
1 Cutting Box, spreaders, fifth and curry
ing chains, 2 log chains, cow chains, butt
and breast chains, rakes forks and shovels,
grain cradles and mowing scythes, 2 seb
good Breechbands, 4 sets yront Gears, t
sets Plow Gears and cruppers, G Fly-nets
(I blind bridles, G housens, collars, bridles
halters, wa"on and plow lines, 1 wagoi
• . • ,-. • •A • di•r!iii7 iron maul am
wedges, a lot grain bags. 1 copper :ett e
i SET BLACKSMITH TOOLS. 2 Barrel:
'Vinegar, alot of Potatoes ;
GO ACRES OF MIN IN THE 6ROUXD
and many artiOles to. numerous to mention
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock on said day
when.a credit/ of 10 months will be give
on all snms , of.ss and upwards, purchaser
to give notes with approved security, sin
if not paidawithin ten days after maturit:
interest ,will be charged from date.
Feb:l--Lts Jos. Boward, Anet.
J" ~ ~ I J r c' L~
r HE sn • criber intending to quit farm
-11 jog, will selLat_publie_sale_an_th_e_f
• of Nicholas Bonbrake 1 miles East ofWay
nesboro% on the road leading to Bear's RAC-
( iniper-anal property. to. Wit : •
6 II aad Horses?
4 of which are mares with foal, one 1:
years old, two S. and one 5 years, two
yearling colts, two one yearlings;
I 3 HEAD OF CAT'T'LE,
4 of which are Mulch Cows, one will be
fresh about the time of sale, one Heifer.
fresh ‘iy day of sale, one Steer, 3 years old
5 two-years and 2 one-year old; 9 head ol
Hogs, 1 fine Brood Sow ;
3 GOOD WAGONS,
3 four-horse narrow tread, iron axels,l two
horse and 1 spring wagon, 1 combined Rea
per and Mower, self-raker, in good order,
1 Spring-tooth Rake, 1 pair Hay Carriage:.
2 three-hor,e Plows, 1 single and 2 -doubh
Shovel Plows, I Harrow,
1 PAIR NEW WOOD LADDERS
1 Cutting Box, Blacksmith Tools, single
and double trees' 1 pair spreaders, 1 Wagon
Bed, grain cradle, a lot shingles; also
GRAIN IN 1111 GROUND
and many other articles too numerous to
mention. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock
on said day, when a credit of Nine months
will be given on all sums of $lO and up
wards, purchasers to give notes with up
ADAM S. EICHELBERGER,
Feb. I—ts Geo. Mons„ Auct.
:NEAR LEITERSBURG, MD., FOR SALE.
Under and by virtue of a Deed of Trust
exeeMed by J. B. Price, the undersigned
Trustees will sell at Public Sale, in front of
the Court House, in Hagerstown, Md., on
Tuesday, 13th of Rbroary, 1872, at 10 o'clock
A.M., all that valuable Farm, situate 'ln the
Leitersburg, Md. District in Washington Co,
CONTAINING ABOUT 193 ACRES,
of the best quality of Limestone Land, ano
lying about 3 mile's Southwest of Waynes
boro', Pa., and about 2i miles from the W.
M. R. It., adjoining the lauds of Ilenj. Gar
ver, Geo. Bell, aud others. This thrill is in
the best state of cultivation, and is improv
ed wish a new two story
BRICK HOUSE WITH LARGE BACK
BUILDING, a Large Bank Barn, with Wag
on Shed, Corn Crib, &c., attached. Also a
good TENANT IlotsE, Carriage House, Smoke
House, Hog Pen, and all necessary out
buildings. There is also, on this farm a
large never-fhiling Spring of water near the
house, which flows through the centre of
the farm and supplies every field with wa
ter. About 20 ACRES of this land is in
Goon TIMBER, and about a half mile dis
tant front a Saw Mill.
At the same time will be sold, One ha,f of
eighty acres of grain growing on the
and about 100 BARRELS OF CORN. The
grain and corn will he sold for cash, and
the film on the following terms, to wit :
MED - •One-fourth of the purchase money
to be paid on the Ist day April, 1872, when
posession will be give)l ? -and the balance in
one year, the purchaser giving his note
with approved security bearing interest
from date. On payment of the whole pm -
chase money a good . and suficient deed for
the same will be executed to the purchaser.
Any person wishing to look at the farm
can see Mr. Fogler who is now living on
the farm. AARON M. TRIMMER,
' CURTIS FOULER,
lIE subscriber, administrator of the es
tate of Sue A. Gordon, dec'd, will sell at
public sale at. his residence, in Waynesbo
ro', on Saturday the 24th day of February, '72,
the following personal property, to wit:
1 SAFE, 1 WARDROBE,
3 Sink, 1 fine Side Table, 1 large Dining
Table, Breakfast and Kitchen, do., 2 Cot
tage Bedsteads, 1 common Bedstead, 3 sets
Chairs ,1 Sewing Stand, a lot of Carpeting,
a lot Matting, 1 Churn,
1 BAGATELLE TABLE,
1 Doughtmy, Widow Blinds and fixtures,
Queensware, Tinware, Crockery, 1 Iron Ket
tle. 2 Preserving Kettles, 1 good Fireboard,
1 Waiter, and many other articles not nec
cassary to mention. Sale to commence at
.10 o'clock on said day when terms will be
ninflts known hy A. D. (3011PON,
Feb. I—ts Ad m'r.
ITIHE subscriber having purchased the
1 Bowden House property, and intending
to build on the adjoining lot, offers at Pri
vate Sale his valuabe residence on Main
St, Waynesboro', adjoining the properties
of Dr. I. N. Sninely and Martin Geiser.—
The house is bli2k, two story, recently re
modeld, with a new three story brick back
building, the whole fronting 20 feet' by 60
feet in depth, with good cellar under front
and rear, the front part of the home be
heated by a fire-rlacee heater., The propel
ty Lis pleasantly ECtuatd and has all -necces
sary conveniences, a well of excellent wa
ter and a Cistern in the yard, arid a good
stable with barn floor, choice fruit, etc. on
the lot. For further information call on
Feb. I—tf GEO. MIDDOUR.
On WEDNESDAY 14th FEBRUARY, '72.
THE subscriber, residing at the Wharf,
3 miles North of Waynesboro', on the
road leading to• Chambersburg, intending
to leave this County, will sell at Public Sale
on the 14th Fedruary, the following per
sonal property, to wit:
3 Head Horses.
two ofwhich are number one plow lead
ers, the other is three years old, not thor
mghly broken but has been rode and drove
and is perfectly gentle ;
2 YOUNG MULES,
well broke and very gentle, both good size
une an excellent leader;
12 HEAD - or CATTLE.
-ix of which are good Mitch Cows, two will
be fresh about the day of sale, the balance
being young cattle;
tmong which are 2 fine Chester Whit ,
;rood Sows; 1 three-horse Barshear Plow
1 double and 1 Single Shovel Plow, 1 pail
[lay Carriers, good as new ; .
MET LA CKSMITIE TOOD
among which are one good Anvil and Bel
-1 tws; 11,0 Household and Kitchen Furni
.ure not necessary to mention.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said
lay when a credit of 12 months will be giv
.n on all sums of Ten dollars and' upwards,
urchasers giving their notes with approv
- - Jan 25—ts Geo. Mong, Auct.
3n WEDNESDAY 21st FEBRUARY, '72
oin Snow Hill near the public road lead
in} to Tomstown, on the 21st day of Febru
dry, the following personal propertj, to wit
4 Work Horses
one of which is riding three years ;
19 HEAD OF CATTLE,
I of which are Much Cows, one heifer will
,e fresh about the day of sale, I Brood Sow.
one nearly new ; 1 McCORNICK REAPER
..00d as new, 1 Buckeye Reaper,l Hay Rake,
I Grain Drill, 3 Barshcar Plows,-2 Shove
Plows, 2 Harrows, 1 Jackscrew, 2 Hay Car
riers. 1 Wagon Bed, 1 set Breechbands, :
ets Front Gears, Plow Gears, bridles, col
'ars, halters, cow chains, single and double
reel. forks, rakes and shovels, 1 wheelbar
r ,w,2 sets dung beards, 1 feed trough, rye
traw by the bundle, a. lot of old iron, I
:Train Cradle, about 33 grain bags most of
xhich are home-made ;
Ilso 2 Tables, 1 eight-day Clerk, 1 Meat
dench, wood saw and buck, tubs, buckets,
Tocks, pudding meat by the crock. and otb
or articles too numerous to mention. Sale
to commence at 9 o'clock on said tlay when
erns will be made known.
ABRM. SN 0 WBERGBR,
Geo Alone. A uct.
On MONDAY the 19th FEBRUARY, 1872
1 - NIIE subscriber will sell at public sale at
his residence on the Miller & Kendig
"•rm, about miles from Waynesboro, on
M uudoy the 19th day of February, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
both good plop• leaders, 2 fine Colts rising
7 HEAD OF CATTLE,
among vr . iich are 2 Mulch eows and one
nu,L, coring Wagon, 1 Spring Rake, 1
2 Double Shovel Plows, 1 Corn Coverer, 1
Barrow, good as new, 1 Jackscrew, 1 Hay
Carrier, 20 ft. long, 1 pair Wood Ladders,
1 Lime Bed, 2 set*Front Gears, 2 sets Plow
Gears, 1 set Single Harness, Bridles, collars,
halters, 1 six horse Line, spreaders, single
and double trees, forks, rakes, Log Chains,
1 large Grind Stone, lot of old iron, I Grain
Cradle, 10 Grain Bars, about 2 tons of clo
ver Hay, about 45 acres of
1 Cutting Box, and other articles not neces
sary to mention. .Sale to commence at 10
o'clock on said day when a credit of 9 month
will be given on all sums $3 and upwards.
If payment is not made within ten days af
ter maturity intereg will be charged from
date. DANIEL HEARTMAN,
Feb. i—ts Geo. V. Mong, Auct.
IL. Sheckles. Auct.
Fr PIE undersigned executor of Ann Ma is
r 'Blair, late of Waynesboro', Pa., dee' ~
will expose to public sale. on Saturday,F -
ruary 10th, 1872. on the 'premises, the f 1-
lowing real estate : A GOOD TWO-STOI
with a two-story back building, lately oc
cupied by deed., situated on -South East
Corner of Church St and a 12ft alley, In
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. ~
when terms will be made known by
Jan 2a—te J. W. MILLER, Ex'r
Li. C. 23RA-CIC - JE3I_T-11.41
S. Comer of the Diamond,
lIAS at all times a fine assortment of Pic-
Frampq and ?Moulding?. Call nrY
a.)4 specimen pictures. June tf.l
ALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
a m WA a
'HE subscriber intending quit farming
I will sell at Public Sale, at his resider
wiles North of Wav-nesboro', one •
.?0 SLIPS OF ITILIIN BEES,
2 IMO TlDnut,
1 PacCORMICK REAPER,
GRAIN IN TIIE GROEND,
AGENTS WANTED.—Agents make more
money at work for us than at anything
else. Business light and permanent. Par
ticulars free. G. Stinson. & Co,, Fine Art
Pwblishers, Portland, Maine.
rirn GREAT FIRES
In CHICAGO and the WEST by Rev. E. J.
GOODSPEED, D. D., of Chicago. Only com
plete history, 7008vo ages;p 60 engravings.
70,000 already sold. Price $2.50. 2000 agents
made in 20 days. Profits go to sufferers.
AGENTS WANTED. H. S. GOODSPEED &
CO.. 37 Park Row, New York.
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS.
We will send a handsome Prospectus of our
New illustrated Family Bible, containing ov
-3r 200 fine 'Scripture Illustrations to an 3
Book Agent, free of charge. National Pub•
'ishing Company, Phila., Pa. Jan. 18
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE WITH
CABLE WIRE SCREW
WILL NOT RIP Olt LEAK
Gito AT CHANCE to MAKE
lIIINEY, by taking an agency for the
HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE. The most
successful new book out, nearly 200 Mag
nificent Engravings. One agent took 114
orders in ten days, others are doing equally
as well. 2,500 Dollars per annum can
be made by any male or female agent tak
ing orders for this popular work. The best
chance to make money offered. Send for
circulars with terms, etc. Extra large in
ducements offered. Address
WORTHINGTON, DUSTIN & CO., Hart
WILL be given one or two persons, of
V either sex, in Waynesboro', and ad-.
joining towns, by which they may realize
from $3OO to $lOOO a year, with but little
nterference with ordinary occupation, ill
cluing HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES of rea
rit-and-u-niversal-use. If the -whole-t* e•
•s devoted a much larger sum may be real
zed. Circulars free, giving complete list of
articles and commissions allowed. T. S.
200 K & CO., Hoboken, N. J.
COLUMBIA FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
S. Detwiler, Pres't. I Robt. Crane.
It Wilson Vice Prest. Wm. Patton. •
fierbtThomas, Tress I Jas. Schroeder.
T. F. Frucauff, Sec'y. J. S. Strine.
J. B. Bachman. IM. M. Strickler.
R. T. Ryon.
lec'y, Columbia, Pa.
— For - Tnsurance or .
J. F. FRITEAUFF,
Sent by mail or express.
NTMA - 1 • tit
Numbering 173 pages. and containing
TWO 'I .1 • "
' , ',ach worth twice the cost of Catalogues
nailed to all applicants on receipt of 2.
git& — A2.4reftier
Becdsmen. 35 CorellAndt Street. N. Y.
OPIUM EiTERS I 8500 Reward for any
case of Opium. Habit ow
Antidote will not cure. :co pain or Inconve
qience. Sent on receipt of $3.00. S. G.
IRMSTRONG, M. Healing Institute,
3errien Springs, 31 ichigan.
ANCERS, TUMERS AND ULCERS.
• Astonishing cures by Drs. Kline & Lind
.ey, at the .Philadelphia Cancer Institute,
141 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. At Branch
Offices, by Dr. McMichael. 84 Niagara St.,
N. Y., and by Dr. Evarts, over 30 Genesee
St., Auburn, N. Y.
WONDERFUL CANCER ANTIDOTES.
No Knife. No Caustic Medicines. No Blood.
Little Publ. For particulars, call on or ad
dress either of the above.
111611IGGS & SITOTH ER'S
MALOGUE OF now ER 6 VEGETABLE
SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS, FOR '72
Now ready consisting of over 130 pages
on rose-tinted paper, with upwards of 400
separate cuts, and SIX BEAUTIFUL COL
ORED PLATES! Cover a beautitul
sign, in colors. The richest catalogue ever
published. Senn 25 cents for copy, not one
half the value of the cologed plates. In the
first order, amounting to not less than $l,
the price of Catalogue, 25c., will be refund
ed in seeds. New customers placed on the
same footing with old. Free to old custo
mers. Quality of seeds, size of packet, pric
es and premiums offered, make it to the ad
vantage of all to purchase seeds of us. See
catalogue for extraordinary inducements.
You will miss it if you do not see our cat
alogue before ordering seeds.
Either of our two Chromos for 1872, size
19x24—one a flower plate of Bulbous Plants
consisting of Lillies, &c.—the other of An
nual, BiQnnial and Perennial Plants, guar
anteed the MOST ELEGANT FLORAL
CHROMOS ever issued in this country.—
A superb parlor ornament ; maiied, post
paid on receipt of 75e. ; also free, on condi
tions specified in Catalogue. Address
[Established 1845.] Rochester, N Y.
MOTS AND SHOES,
Last as long again as any oili
er kind. •
MILE whole world are invited to learn
that notwithstanding hard times and
tightness of money, H. A. McKEE, is pre
pared to tr:tonish all who may call upon
him at his CHEAP and extensive establish
ment, on the North East Cor. Public Square,
Waynesboro', Pa.. by the exhibition of a
STOCK OF GOODS,
which for variety, styles and especially
Cheapness, has never been presented to the
, citizens of Waynesboro' and vicinity.
Only look at my low figures for a few
irorninent articles, and then
COME ONE, COME ALL,
rid judge for yourselves.
Scotch Ginghams 12 and 10 cts
Yard wide 3luslins 12 ets
Pins 3 cents per paper.
Needles with lightning points 5 cts paper.
500 pairs Ladies Gaiters $1,40 to 2,00 pair.
A full and complete assortment of all
and multitudes of other things, which we
have no: time to enumerate, not forgetting
Hoop akirt.s, 30 springs, for 75 cts, Alexan
ders Kid Gloves for $lOO and 1,2::). ,All in
our line willbe sold at prices to glad en the
hearts and comfort the pockets of every
man, woman and child in Franklin Co. Tom
the throng that A i l:touring in upon us day
by day and benefit your families and save
your money, and see if I have made a sin
-'lO F+at , mf.n+ wh!- 1 1n 1 i 4 ^^1r.
Jan 18—tf ^H. 4. IIcKEE.
lias now on hand a Full Line of
GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
Look at the List!
HATS for'Men and Bove:
All the Latest Styles
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
For Men and Boys Wear
Ladies Surg Gaiters,
At very low prices
Also, Ladies Shoes,
Latest andliest Styles
:Kisses and Childress Shoes in great variety
of all kinds and varieties
Vg..Watches, clocks and Jewelry repaired
it short notice and warranted.
Thankful for past favors ho hopes by fair
leafing to all to merit a continuance of pub
Z. CIA 11
Has a complete assortment
BOOTS, SHOES 4D GIITERS,
Call and sec goods and get prices
TIIO3IPSON'S "GLOVE FITTING COP.-
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONARY, of
all kinds at
HATS AND CAPS,
A full stook now ready, consisting of all the
latest styles, at
PAPER COLLARS, TIES, GLOVES,
Suspenders, everything in that line, at
Town Hall Store.
Nov. 3, 1370
HEW FIRM t NEW MU t
UTE STYLES.t LOW EPRIGES t
p OERNER 4S:WAYN.ANThaTe just open
ed at the CORNIER CLOTHING STOEF., a sqlen
did line of
mbraciug Clothes of various grades ans
i• LAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERS,
atest styles and best qualities, Doeskind,
lheviots, Tweeds, Linen and Crape Coat
ugs, stylish Vest Patterns, etc. •
All of which will be made to order with
he best Trimmings and in the best manner.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTZED in every ease or
Tap2r Collars, Ties, Bows, Suspenders,lios
icry etc., ahvay's on hand. -
tiontlemen desiring stylish and good fit
ting clothing should give us a trial.
ar 27 S. l Cor. Diamond.
DI D14•.7.1 COI rvt * LTA 1.4 .M 1 :`,4 01 h. iC-51
The subscriber announces to his friends
and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned. by Israel
Hess, and is now 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
:Tan. 14 tf. CEO. B. HAWKER.
POST BORIN G MACH I et! E.
I F you want a good Post Boringand Wood
Sawing Machine for $55,00 alt complete,
warranted to do its work, address
!MT`' T.: 711.:TCAT.F.
A. S. BONBRAKE,
;7: 1 0 w 4 ob`lr4ol)4 (*) • ;‘Ol ›fl
PREPARATIONS FOR THE WIR,
°I'M'S az PAINTS.—
OfOrPhysicians dealt with at 20 per
WAYNESBORO' HOTEL BUILDING,
March, 27 IS7I Waynesboro', Pa.
[b] a Al EINED
'ETAS in store-and- for sale, Cranberies
LlChoice Layer Raisins, Currants, Citron,
Lemons,Figs and other fruits. Canned
Fruit ard. Vegetables.
Beans, Hominy, Cheese in Winter and
New crop New Orleans Molasses, Syrups
- hat cannot be excelled at 60 ets. 80 cts.
to $1 per gallon. best in the market.
CofFes and• Teas
WHITE & BROWN SUGARS
Pulverized Sugar always on hand. Pure
Spices, Flavoring and Liking :trades, qual
ity unsurpassed. .
GRikattEßlS OF AIL KIROV
I get my goods fresh from the factory of
James Mason and Co. Have many differ
ent kinds. The newest kinds out.
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, iced
shad and herring. We sell sound fish and
sell them right that is the reason we sell
them fast. Customers wanting one shad or
100 waited on with the same alacrity.—
Housekeepers wanting to lay in a supply
or the summer should buy very soon.
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 common Teas
buckets, brooms, tubs,
brushes, soaps, clothes
pins, pocket books, es
sences, Barlow's blue,
chewing tobacco and
I ask the public to call and examine.—
Will always try to make the prices suit cash
Jan 11. W. A. REID.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR D RAGE ny
N' Pt. .M 1
On all safe clnss property at reasonable rates
W. S. AMBERSON, President. '
SIMON LEMON, Vice President.
Jos. Wax:l,ls, SECRETAItY.
Jos. W. Mu-Len, 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 N., GOOD, Agent,
june 16, '7o] WaynesborY, Pa
THE 4T,M WIL2DA
UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and
$2,5 ehpaper than any other.
For Simplicity, Durability and Beauty,
they stand unrivalled. For Stitching, Hem
ming. Tucking, Telling., Quilting, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Lathering
Sewing on gathers, they are unexcelled.—
Mar, 30,1S;1. Wavnesborou Pa.
WA YNESB,O.RO', PA.,
PRICK & BO WMAN'S
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS, .
WAYNESBORO', FRANKLIN COUNTY, PENN'A.
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-Mills, Felloe-Ben
ders, Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stiliwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor and
Filter, combined; Cameron & Co's Special Stet= Pamp ; Saws of all kinds, (andDiost
manufacture ;) Iron Pipe and Fittings; Brass Work ; Gum and Leather Belting ; Manu
facturers and Engineers' Supplies, generally furnished at lowest Retail Prices. All kinds
of Foundry Work—heavy or li,„n•ht, Iron and Brass Castings—made to order; REPAIR
ING carefully done. ,War For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List. - ~q
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn's, June 29, 1.371.
ANTIETAM MARBLE WORKS!
H. WALTER & BRO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Monuments, Tombs, headstones, &c. &c.,
WE call attention to our assortment of
tha above, comprising the newest and
most approved styles.
_Having the aci , , antage of Water-Power,
and a long experience in the -
STONE CUTTING BUSINESS,
we are able to fill orders at the shortestno
tice and on most - reasonable terms. -- -
Give us a call at our Tard, near Antietam
town Turnpike, two miles from the former -
place. Post Office address, Waynesboro',
N. B. Orders can be leant the Village Rec
ord Office and will receive prompt attention.
ma].lL W. Cc. BI
IMBERSON BENEDICT & CO'S,
.ff' IMZ aT S.T_T P.P LI "Y_
I'VE are now receiving our first supply
V of new
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
to which we would ask the attention of enir
customers anb the publiegenerally—beleiv
ing it to be to the interest of all to give us
a call before buytng elsewhere.
Among our siock you will find a heavy
stock of the following :
Mons wear of all kinds Overcoatings
Cloths, Cassimers fancy and plain, Cords,
plain and striped, Shit-Wigs wool and cot
ton Boots and Shoes.
Boys wear of all kinds, Boys Boots and
Ladies Dress Goods of all descriptions
De lams, Goblin - 4s, Alipaccas, Plaid, plain
wool and worsted goods,
Also a large assortment of
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW OIL CLOTH,
Please give ns a call and we •ill try to
satisfy von in price and quality.
AMBERSON BENEDICT & CO,
Oct 12, 1871.
COrEer of XI/ (e. Quo= 67tae s
LANTZ & UNGER, Proprietors
The UNION has been entirely refited
and re-furnished in every department, and
under the supervision of ihe present pro
prietors, no effort will be spared to 'deF:erve
a liberal share of patronage:
`l'laeir tables will be spread with the
.best ffie. Market. affords, and their Bar
will -always contain the •cloicest Liquors.
The favor of the public solicited.
Dec. 14-1 v
DEALER IN FLOUR AND FEET' STUFF
One door West of the Bowden ,House.
Located at Freeland, Montgomery Coun-
THE ACADEMIC DEPART3IENT:
[FoamEnLy FREELAND SEMINA.R.Y.]
A , First-class English, Mathematical and
Classical Bearding School for ,
Undar the immediate Tuition and Aranage
ment of the faculty of the college.
All necessary expenses, including Tuition,
ing $230 a year.
THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT
will be distinct from the academic, and will
afford all the advantages of a full college
course in the usual higher branches of study,
under the direction of a Faculty of six
119,-The Academic Year for both Depart
ments will be divided into the following
three terms:—The School opening with the
Fall term, September 6, 1870 to December
22. Winter term, January 4, 1871 to April
5. Spring term, April 12 to July 7, 1871.
For further information apply to
Rev. J. H. A. BOMBERGER, D. D.,
President of Ursinus College,
Freeland, Montgomery County, Pa.
July 30 tf. •
HOW IS THIS POI lIIGII,
JOHN FORD in returning thanks to the
public for their patronage announces that
he intends removing his shop to the Base
ment of Walker's Building, (and not leav
ing town AS is the belief of many) where ho
intents carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE
BUSINESS as usual.
All persons knowing themseh•es 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 thee of that - unwelcome
tor, the Deputy from 'Fort Fletchar," 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 26] JOHN FORD.
VALUAB _E TOWN PROPERTY
.SHE subscriber offers at Private Sale his
House and Lot of Ground, on 3.lechanic
Street, Waynesboro'. The improvements
A TWO-STORY DWELLING,
(weatherboarded) in good repair, with a
one-story Building attached, suitable for a
small family. Wash House, Stabling and o
ther necessary buildings. There arc also
on the lot a choice selection of fruit trees
If the above property is not sold private
ly on or before Saturday the 10th day of 111,-
mar!, next, it will be offered at Public Salo
on that day at 1 o'clock, P. M.
Persons desiring information in regard to
the property will call on .Toth W. Cox.
jan IS—tfJ J. R.
TO THE LADIES!
VERS. C. L. IIOLLINBERGER has ;17st,
Allrersh-nd a full supply of new
goods. Ladies are invited tocall and examine
VOTICE is hereby given that Letters of
"1..‘ Administration to the Estate of Sue A.
Gordon, Into a Wayne<•thoro', havo
been granted to the underAzned. All per
sons knowing themselves indebted to .ttat
estate will please make immediate paymei t
and those having claims against the said
Estate, will present them properly authei.-
tieuted for Riffle:nein.
IVOTICE is hereby given that letters of
11 Administration on the estate of May
McKee, late of Wavuesboro', dec'd. have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immediate payment,
and those having elnims against the Fame
will present them properly authenticated
for settlement. J. - Vs'. COON,
Jan 18-6 t, A dministra tor.
TAI: subscriber offers his sen - ice; to the
public as an Auctioneer. Having ha , t
a number of years experience in the btu i•
ness in this county and in Washington Co.,
Md., he flatters himself that hewill be able
to give general sntisfhction. Residence one
door East of the Presbyterian Clkurr3).
Doe 7- 3m HERif.
HAD AND FIERRING.—INEess. Shad and
C:l, l lpotrimno Mirrin in Ws. for sale by
A. A. OORDON.
AV. A. R 1 ID.