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lower ranges of the
am on the __ __
Siena NeVada mountains of California,
the medicinal properties of which are
extracted therefrom without the use of
'Alcohol. The question is almost daily
asked, " What is the cause of the unpar
alleled success of VIXEGAR BETTERS ? "
Our answer is, that they remove the
cause of disease, and the patient recov,
era his health. They are the great
bleed purifier and a. life-giving . princi
ple, a perfect ,flenovator and Invigorator
of the system: Never before in the his
tory of the world has a ‘'medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of VE'VEGAIL BITTERS in healing
the sick of every diSease man is heir to:
They are a gentle Purgative as well as a V ,
Tonic, relieving Congestion or Inflammation 7 ,k:
of the Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
The propertieso. f '.... T" )
BITTERS are .Aperient, Diaphoretic,
. Sedative, Counter-Irritant, Sudorific, .Altora
ave. and Anti-Dilions.
Grateful Thousands proclaim 'TIN
tr;AR BITTERS the most woutUrful Invigor
ant that ever sustained the sinkinir system..
'No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long,
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other inians,
and vital organs wasted beyond. repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so prev
alent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, d,
_Colorado, Brazes, Rio Gninde,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James;-and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
rons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive
derangements of the stomach and, liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There Is
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dn,
,I. 'WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS, as
they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with VINEGAR
BirrEas. No epidemic can take hold of
a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Hoag
ncbe, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in
the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs,
Pain in the region of the Kidneys, and a
hundred other painful symptoms, are
the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One Lion le
will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofttb, or Yang's Evil,whito
Ulcers, Erysipelas, welled
seek, Goitre, Scrofulous hillammations,
Indolent I udammations, Mercurial A-11'LT
lions, Chid Sores„Eruptionitcf.lhe Skin,
Sore Ey,e.,.:etc„ etc. , as in all
Other ofOtitittlentil Diseases, WALKER'S
Vrioio:4 IliTiEns have t:ljewn their
' ..”reat,t:Urative powers in the most ob..
titinate : and intraetillle cases.
For Inflammatory and Chron
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious Remit
tent and Intermittent Vevers,!Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Eidneys and Blad
der, these Bitters have no equal. Such
Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
, itieekaniettiSe:Nes.—Persons en
gaged Paints and 1 linorals, such
Plumbers, Type -setters, Gold-beaters,
and Miners, they advance in life, aro
Lidded, to paralysis of the Ihnl els. To
guard against thisjake a dose of W.A.Ln.
4it's VINEGAR 131ZiEus cles;asignally.
For Skin 1 ismsks s Eruptions, Tet
te; Stilt-Rliemn, 111E4,01u:, Spots. Pimples,
Pustalo, Boils, Carlroaclos., lling-worms,
Veald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Smirk, Di,,Toloratiom: of the Shim Manors
and Di:,pases of the Skin of whatever atone
or .natore, are literally dug up and parried
cut of the system in a short time by the use
of the,o Bitters.
Phi. Tape, arid other IVoring,
Jorl.ing - in the system Of so many Cm:mauls,
viThetually klosCroyed sod )I)mm-ed. No
evlzt cm of medicine, no vernlifuges, no' , no
thehninities Will freu Can syaeiti rton Avoring
For Female Complaint•, yonng
or old, monied or single, at the dowii
3nattlood, or the turn orlife. these Tome ltit-
-tors display soflecided au influence that im
provement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse th© aided Blood when,
toyer you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find obstructed mid
t luggi,h in the veins; cleanse it when it is
leul ; your feelings will tell you when. Reel)
the]loud pure, and the health of the system
Druggistß told Gen. Artu.. Sun Frunci,co, Cul:Contiu,
t..nd. ror. of Waultinu-nun and Chariton Stu.. \. Y.
Sold by all Lratigiot.lusd
August 28, 1873.
THrotzubscriber annonnees to hifl'ormer
patron , and the public generally that be
reeonornen , Ttl the Co.irli-ma,lthsg
at !in! (MI -,tank.i. 11amilton llorri
a.on's, in Way:ie.-bop'. All dt—,,rimiont, of
Avork in his line ‘‘lll he nhnle to order as
formerly, in gOO4 t.tyle and upon reasona
ble terms. blepairim: ako will receive
prompt attention. lie will leave nothing.
undone to give sqh-factlon to all who maty
be pleased to favoi him with their patron
age or erotic portion of it.
aug 21— L. K. MORRISON.
Insurance Co. of North America.
renn'a. Fire Insurance Company,
Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins. Com.,
York, Pa., $7.01`641.
Lancaster Fire Insurance Cora.,
Lancaster, Pa., $316,1:33.
tra....inswrance cfectcd in the above first-clake
Compaities at current vacs.
JA.).77EF, li. CLAYTON,
TER ULU= ONSEETT
1i747.1!15• . IMMIX)
account of the scarcity of Money will
Ijotfer his goods to CASH and rnousr buy
ers, at a small advance on cost.
White and Brown Sugars,
New Orleans Molasses,
Mackerel 4 Herring,
Lemons, Oranges, &c
Also ESsences and Extracts
ana Fancy Cakes.
PIC 31T140 PARITIES
will find 12 varieties of fancy Crackers and
Cakes, including the Straw-berry, Macar
oon, Lemon Snaps, Lady Gingers Spice Jum
bles and Mushroom, Cove Oysters of the
best brands in one and two pound cans,
Dried Beef. In short anything wanting in
the Grocery line can be found in good stock
and at low prices for the "ready money."
1.1r13'1 am still taking applications in the
best. and strangest Companies in the world
—The N. Y. Mutual has assetts of $60,000,-
009. It costs less in this company, and the
policy holder need have no uneasiness as
to whether the company can holdout—l in
sure against 'Accidents' in the Travelers of
Hartford. june 12-tf
• m• INVALIDS DON'T DESPAIRS eg'
Thousandi have Puma relief. and.
Ihonsmula m 111 turn to thin Medi- /P..•
~ ' 1, 1110, utler exhaubting their pitnam • •• •
and patience in search of health.
thtldintrg of the head. dellue.,l4 of the mind, tient'
breat 14 coated ton:sac. lowa of appetite, pains and v. cal:-
nesv In the stomach, enlargement of the liver,
ite.A ot the skin, conotaut fever and thlra, pith a total
,11‘relt,,h for bn.ine,, , . pleamtre or any kind of employ
then% TAmtNttf 8 i'ANAO}]t, It taken Nnd per-au clod
In for a few davq. w 111 remove thin %V ilete et . sy p
loins. The fluldg (011ie body become pure.. and mind
clear, the stomach strengthened. the tongue clean , the
aN,ettle Improved, and the alone srstein Ilonented:
that di.caoc, In bad it rather, is lens liable to andel. you.
1 Dr. P. FAHRNEY'S i:-
Hood Cleanser orPanacea.
As a 'Medicine fir children, the Panacea I‘, In every
trar, calculated to take the place of the endle , s variety
Al bug. which are mutually sold for that intrpobe, end
v hitch are often very Lt tribes. A medicine wit' eh poi
ht•q;.l.-1 the qualities of a cathartic as well as a mild alter
:Vice, sad which Is capable of arrestlnv disease without
fie Watt Wary to the child, is of l:—..denlable value to
every milies. An a catharde, It is very ellective, yet It
dues not, tf given In proper quantitie., cause unnhett or
111,1Cevi to the stomach or bowels. It 14 'very plea ant
to the taste, n Lich ti a vary important feature no a
ittedh.ine for children. As I prerentire of dketuo It to
unprecedented, ni It nets dtr, etly upon the (Ike:give or
rtll4 11:Ill Illr blood. In all serofahr„ - .4 dketuse , , it la the
ta,,t v.:leen, e Inedielne ever oner.Ll to the 'albite; and,
Ifaiven reg.tiarly and perseveritrr:7, tho,c eruptive ills
. .0.4 ,0 euninton to children may be entirely eradicated.
f , • R . Prepared ha P. Fahrney',4 Bros. Z:, c ,
f • on, Warn,boro, Pa., and Dr P.' '''ilf. tr
. , t FA:lniff P. Y,, -Vo 'North Dearborn.. IV c"
, _ I tit., ell IVM.O. Pt ice $1.:5 per bottle, 'r ...,
.„176 . far silo be Wholuale ;Ina /Ittlall:..,^
4, ' '''' toulerA. And by ,a•- I.
F. Forrnman, S. B. Amberson, M. D. and
Dr. A. 5 4 ,. Bonbrake, WayneAloro'; Honzer
Buhrthan, Pikesville. Wee. , 1871 -Iy.S
n, WOLPERSBEAVBR I
riput undersigned has again resumed the
Livery business in all its branches, after
a suspension of several years, with every-
Iting new and in complete order. Eis hors
es will be found safe and in the best condi
tion. The buggies are all of the latest and
hest manufactures. Whips. Robes, Blank
et;. &c., in abundance And in _ample order.
In fact a livery not. to be surpassed by any
in the country. Ile is also eonOactdr for
carrying the U.S. Mail from Greencastle to
the W. M. R. via of Monterey Springs.
The Omnibus leaves Waynesbero' in the
morning and returns again in the evening.
Also a daily line to the W. M. R. R. via of
,r.drA II Express matter carefully handled
and attended to with dispatch.
Attentive hostlors always in attendance
and at the services of the traveling public.
may :19—tf] 3. It. WOLFERSBERGEkt.
SA LOON lt F.-0 PEN ED.
►~HE subscriber announces that he has
relited and re-opened the Oyster Saloon
connected with the Bowdon Tlouse. FineSt
Oysters the market will afford can be had
all hours during the day or evening. Oys
mkt, also sold by the Tint or quart.
lf"Gentlemen with ladies will be serv
ed in the llotel Dining Room.
dee 11-tf S. P. STONER.
UOOT AND SSIMEMAKING
rrmE subscribers announce to the public
fi that tlicy have associated tlitem..tel vesto
c,ether for the purpose of carrying, on the
.;oot and Shoem a king business atPi k esville,
Ail kinds of custom work will be made to
order promptly. Repairing also attended
to with despatch and upon reasonable terms.
oat Ift—tf , EiNIBLEY.
ANNED —IV l not housekeeps
Vera save the worry of canning and save
money ; by buying their canned Peaches,
Strawberries,-Pine Apples. Tomatoes, &c.,
already prepared for use. I have made spec
ial arrangement's, with a reliable 'packing
house;to furnis ice fruit and vegeta
bles, as the son progresses, at very low
figures. Tr them. W. A. REID.
CORN FOR SALE,.
poßw can now be had of the subscriber
lesale or retail, at 75 cents per barrel
He has also Oats for snip.
dcc 25. ,
18 1 73.
Sugar Cured Ham,
Salt, Conc. Lye,.
. Kerosene and Safety Oi
Bed Cords, Baskets," eze
for cooking purposes
A nice line of
WAYNIMBORO . , PA.
1873., • 1873.
SPRING AND SUMMER
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!!
riAs now on hand and for sale a full line
■ of NEW. GOODS for gentlemen's wear
for Spring aid Summer, such as
te, all b. if IPS Qit k Cl l t 4 1 k teZeigODIZI
of every description, all of which will be
sold at prices to suit the times and
.made to order with neat,
near and dispatch
Also a complete assortment of
Ills large, well selected stock of
Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Call
and examine the Spring and Summer Styles
No trouble to show goods. Remember the
place, South-east Corner of Public Square
june 5, 1573
a-:Eiis=ilz , s
CLEANED, RIGGER AND POWERS!
,> rea eft. 0- 4 4-- , • ,- A7 rowatages
ho imp:ement 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 18 years, and now with
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL
this Machi-le just stands high above all of
'its aass. 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 ethers. Impar
tial judges at all the State and County Faiis
where it was thoroughly and practically
tested, in competition with other leading
machinef, always agree that it is more sim
ple—more easily understood and operated
by those unskilled ill 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 moi.ey
according to capacity. These filets are
further attested by the thousands bf pur
chasers, some of whom have had them in
use for the last 18 years. To supply tog
wants of all, we now make 4 sizes, viz:—
From a 2 Horse Railway or 3 Horse Lever
Power, to a 10 Horse Lever Power, with
prices ranging from ST9O to $360, without
power. We also make the latest impproyud
triple-geared Horse Powers, suitable for
each size machine, ranging from $9O to $135,
and all fully and,fairly warranted. For
further informatio send for circular and
Responsible Agents in Territory not in
THE GEISFX MANUFAC'G CO.,
WAY)MS2IOItO', Franklin Comity,
San. 21-tf Pennsylvania.
ajM. H. FUNK having retired froni the
V livery business, the subscriber informs
his old customers and the public generally
that he has resumed business with a new
complete outfit. Horses perfectly safe and
gentle, either for riding or driving. His ve
hicles are new and suitable for all purpoSes.
He will take pleasure in accommodating the
public at all times at reasonable cash rates.
An attentive hostler always on hand.
at the saddler shop of Wm. P. Woaglvv.
FRANKLIN NVE,At.; LEY.
March 6, 1872-tf
40 BARBELS OF CIDER VINEGAR.
9111 TE siihseriber oars for sale in quanti
ties ranging fro.: five gallons and up
wards, about forty- barrels of pure cider
vinegar. Warranted a genuine article.
April 4 2:,---tf B. F. FUNK.
THE subscriber has forsale, Hay by,the
ton and Apples by the bushel.
lain I—tf ALEX. HAMILTON.
NEW WThTER GOODS
1874. SPRING. 1874.
White Goods, • Embroideries and Laces
Boots 4S; .)Shoes, CedarWarer Hardware
OUR Dry Goods Department consists in
N./part of Ladies Dress Goods, Black Silks,
Black and Colored Alpaccas, Empress Cloth,
Japanese Cloths, Mohairs, Poplins, Lustres,
Percales, Lawns, embracing everything in
he Dress Goods line offered to the trade.—
English, & Amercan Cassimers,
Liaens, Jeans, Dewlaps, Doeskins,
Blk. Cassimere and Cloth.
Notions and white goods of every variety,
Hambur edging and inserting Ruffling,
Hopey Comb Quilts, Napkins,
Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets.
lace and Linen Collars
A full line of Shoes,.
and Gaiters for Gentlemen, Ladies; - MissesT - 1317 - lytad - Chl . ren.
We have constantly on hand everything
usually kept in a well-regulated store. We
ask an examination of goods and prices be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
STOVER & WOLFF.
May 16, 1872.
JACOB SNIPER announces to the citi
zens of Waynesboro' and vicinity that he
hasjust- returned from the Eastern cities
and has opened a first-class
BOOT& SHOE STORE
the Oellig building, - on the Diamond
where evert• description of goods in his line
can be found. such as
Offers at low prices a large number of No.
1 Cook Stoves for coal or wood the best in
market, also the Celebrated Morning Gloiv
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 be 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 hamta stuck of nine-plate Stoves
and small coal stoves. A large stock of Tin
pressed and iron-ware rooting 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 yon
for the trouble, and it is right these days to
M&NISIN HO JOE HOTEL,
E. Ire Can rayatt it St. Paul Sts
OPPOSITE BARNUM'S CITY ROTEL,
23.A_MITIMQ P.M, Mr) -
Terms $1,50 Per Day.
ISAAC ALBERTSON, Proprietor.
J. S. BARPER, Manager. nov 21—tf
nII; CLOTIIS. A I:arze lot of Floor Oil
Cloths of aryl prices
A FULL STOCK OF MENS WEAR
BOOTS, SHOES, &C.
OF ALL KINDS,
• BE SOLD AT
THE LOW EST
FOR THE CASH.
done'to order., and all work from
his establishment will be
ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS.
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 FURNISHING GOODS
KNIVES AND FORKS,
LARGE IRON AND COPPER KETTLES
And other useful articles at the sign of the
BIG RED HORN, Waynesboro', Pat., - where
a large assortment of
COAL STOVES &c
of the latest improVements, the very best in
the market, at the Cheap Tin and Stove
D. B. RUSSE-J. S. SON
Sind at Retail t:t
D. B. RUSSELL & SOFT
Sign of the Big Bed Horn,
TIN - WAR=
ade of the best Tin in the market, and
, arrapted at the sign of the
"BIG RED HORN"
IP. B. RrssE keeps constantly on hand
large assortment of all House - furnishing
'odds for sale cheap. Pure No. 1 Kero
me Oil and a large assortment cf Lamps.
WASHING MADE EASY !
y calling at the sign of the "Piz Red Horn'
nd getting the best Clothes Wringer ever
V..Persoris in want of Stoves, Tinware,
Louse Furnishing Goods ' &c, &c., can get
ill value for their money by calling on
11. 13. RUSSELL & SON,
Sigu of the "Big }led Horn,"
AMA L tranz,
ASH, DOORS, FRAMES, MAN-
TLES, BRACKETS, MOULDINGS, &C.,
I shall continue the manufactute of all
kinds . ofßuilding Material as heretofore.
Particular attention paid to furnishing
Stairways, Newel's Balusters and Railing of
hard or soft wood.
Prompt attention riven to orders; also
Grist Chopping. Post Boring and Bill Saw
ing at short notice.
TO THE PUBLIC
Thaaitful for past favors, we ask you for
t continuance of the same.
Factory 13 miles South of Waynesboro'. Pa.
april 10-tf A. M. G.
TILE subscriber announces to his old cus
tomers and the public that he has again
taken up his residence in Waynesboro' and
will be pleased to receive a share of public
patronage. Ills place of business is on Lei
tersburg street, nearly opposite Bel;'s Pot
tery. JOS.' ANDERSON.
Si N 1 IJ N E
PITE subseri))er has new for sale a prime
article of Chestnut Shingles, a supply of
wlkieh he will continue to keep on hand.—
He has also for sale a large lot of dlastering
April IS S. B. RINEHART
J. B. RusszLL.
TRICK & C0., - PROPS. GRIN FRICK, SUPT.
STEAtENGINE AND BOILER WORE'
STATIONARY AND PORTABLL
• Partible Saw Mills,
and all other Machinery made to order
The above cut represents our Horizontal
Engine with Improved Side_Bed. This de
sign makes it strong, neat and durable and
upon which we have made some valuable
improvements, especially upon the working
parts making them durable and economi
We build Horizontal Engines with box
beds of different sizes and designs and up
on the most improved plan.
We also make Upright Engines of differ
ent sizes and styles, and where economy of
space is an object, they have some advan
tage over the Horrizontal, also in the wear
of the Cylinder,which is always equal in au
A a 1 ecial point of advanta7e in these En-
Igores is our WO. Frick's) recently invent
ed and patent self-adjusting BALANCED
SLIDE VALVE, suited to all Steam Engines
and Locomotives. It leaves the Engines as
simple in operation as those of the ordina
I'al attention to this superior valve, and in
•We give special attention to Portable
Engines and Saw Mills; also Agricultural
Engines for threshing grain and for &nil
purposes generally. Also.
of all sizes. Further information may •be
obtained from the manufacturers,
FRICK iSr. COMPANY,
Waynesboro', Franklin Co., Pa.
1871, FILL &WINTER, 1871
DracE lIOEFLICFI call the attention
1 of the trade to their second supply of
Winter Goods, which is unusually large and
will be disposed of at Panic Prices, during
the next sixty days._
COME AND SEE
Boqts and Shoes, Groceries, Queensware o
all kinds always on hand.
a Speciality. Remember we keep every
thing that you call for in our line.
MOTO, us Iff DEM
THE subsczibers would inform the citi
zens of Waynesboro' and vicinity that
they have leased the stand recently occupi
ed by C. Ruthes, one door east of the Post
Office building, where they propose to con
tinue the manufacture of
BOOTS AND SHOES
I len's Boots made to order
at prices ranging from $5.50
upwards. Fine sewed Boots
for $9. Ladies' Shoes at
prices from $2.50 upwards,
and Men and Boys' Shoes at prices corres
los.. Repairing, done with neatness and
dispatch, and all work warranted to give
Persons wanting anything in their line
will find it to their advantage to give them
a call before purchasing elsewhere.
jan 26tf MILLER & BRO.
'TIIE WASHINGTON COUNTY PLO%
PHIS justly celebrated Plow formerly
manufactured by Moatz & Barkdoll can
now be had of Barkdoll & Newcomer or
their authorized agents. All Plows war
ranted to give satisfaction.
AGENTS.-D. H. Stonebraker, Cavetown,
Md. 0. Bellman, Hagerstown. Md. S. B.
Rinehart, Waynesboro', _Franklin Co., Pa.
1873. Fall at, Winter: -1873.
For safe by
001000 Feet of different grades of
Pine Board Lumber for sale
by FRICK d: CO.,
rorylstff S. E..& B. Work's.
SPECIAL SALES !
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
OF EVERY KIND
kind and at prices to suit customers.
PRICE & HCEFLICH,
2 doors South of Bank,
of every description
BARKDOLL & NEWCOMER,
RINGGOLD, WASHINGTON CO., MD
Boots and Shoes,
B'ell's Pottery Ware, School Books
and Stationery, Floor and Ta
ble Oil Cloths, Window
Shades and Fitures,
C. W. GOOD, Quincy, Pa
FILL IND -WINTER GOODS,
COON Sc, STONEHOUSE
F[AVE _just received a large and "well
selected stock of new Fall and Winter
. Goods, which they offer to the =People of -
Waynesboro' and surrounding country . at
the lowest cash prices. The stock consi sts;
in part of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
of the newest and latest styles ; Goods
every description for men and boy'a wear:.
Brown and .-
Ticking* . •
Linen & Cot
ton Table Diapers,
a large lot White Cotton
Quilts, very cheap,
Table 4 Floor Oil Cloths,
Oil & Paper Window Blinds,
Ladies Lace ,Points & Shalls,
a large lot of Stockings,,
Handkerchiefs for men,
Women and Children,
. Linen, Lace & Papper Collars
Laces, Edging and Inserting,
silk - eard Cotton hinges and
Triminga of every description
Kid, Silk and Cotton Gloves, ' •
and everything else in notion line
Boots, Shoes and Straw Hats, Ladies and
Itildrens - GaitersTShues an - d — Shppers, to
gether with Groceries, Hard vare, Wooden
Ware, Queonsware, Glassware, and Wall
Paper. Call and see our goods .before
COON & STONEHOUSE.
oct. 30.18743 • .
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HARPER ct BROTHEES, Nen; York..
jan 22—tf '
Improved Cucumber Wood
Pump, Tasteless, Durable„
Efficient and Cheap. The
best pump for the least mon
ey. Attention is especially
invited to Blatchley's Pat-.
ent Improved 'Bracket and
Drop Check Valve, which
can be withdrawn without
removing the Pump, or dis
turbing the joints. Also the.
copper chamber, which never cracks or
scales, and will outlast any other. lor sale
by dealers and the trade generally, Inquire
for Blatchley's Puinp,ancl if not for Wein
your town, send direct to
CHAS. G. BLATCH LEY. Manufacturer,
506 Commerce St., Philadelphia,,Pa;
'THE display of fine Furniture, such as
g Dressing Bureaus, Wash Stands, Bed,
steads Extension Tables, Centre Tables,
Vat ots, Hat Racks, Children's Cribs,' etc.
Everything in the Cabinet-maker line—the
best in market, having been carefully and
substantially manufactured out of the very
best material—at H. DEraow's, 3 doors East
of the Presbyterian Church, East Blair St.,
Waynesboro', Pa. Call and see his display.
Prices low. - Thankful for past favors lie
hopes to be able to merit a still further
shara of the public's patronage.
nov I3—tf H. DETROW.
T. De Witt Talmage is editor of THE
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H. W. ADAMS. Publisher, 102 Chambers
Street, New York. jan S-tf
THE subscriber notifies the public that
he will run a Daily Coach commencing
on Tuesday the 11th inst., from Waynesbo
ro' to Mt. Alto via. Quincy and Funkstown.
Will leave Waynesboro' at 5:50 A. M., ar
rive at Mt. Alto, at 7:20, making connection
with the early train for Chambersburg.
Harrisburg, etc., by which train passengers
can reach Harrisburg by 11:35, A. M.; Phil
adelphia 3:30, P. M., New York 6:34, P. M.
Will leave Mt. Alto at 6. P. M. and arrive
at Waynesboro' at 7:30, P. M. All express
matter promptly attended to.
Fans.—Through ticketsto Chambersburg
furnished for $l.OO. Persons wanting tick
ets will put their names on slate to be found
at the hotels and Post Office. •
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