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'SPRING IND SUMER GOODS,
GOON Jr, STONEHOUSE
nAVE jut 4, received a taiga-and well
lllselected stock of Spring and Suironer
tloods, which they 'offer to the People of
Waynesboro' and stiricrtrading country at
the loWest'enah Oka& The stock consists
in part of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
of - aid newest and. latest - styles ; Goods of
every for men and boy's wear;
Shirting Stripes, ,
Bleached Mublins, •
ton Table Diapets,
- - -
balmorals, • Skirts,
a large lot White Cottdri
Quilts, -very cheap;
• Table & Floor Oil Cloths,
Oil & Paper Window Blinds;
Ladie's Lace Points & Shalls,
a large lot of Stockings,
Handkerchiefs for Men,
Linen, Lace & Pepper Collars
Laces, Edging and inserting,
Silk and Cotton fringes and
Trimings of every description
Kid, Silk and Cotton Gloves,.
and everything else in notion line
Boots, Shoes and Straw Hats, Ladies and
Childr6iis Gaitefs, Shoes and Slippers, to
gether with Groceries, Hard vare, Wooden
Ware, Queensware, Glassware, and Wall,
raper. Call and see our goods before
COON & STONEHOUSE.
pct., 30. 1873 ,
NEW STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
ttkli' v GARS AND NUPONS t
TA COB SNIDER announces to his custo-
Climets - anirttie pnblic that he has return
ed from the East and opened out an unusu=
BOOTS AND SHOES,
A - ND - NOTIONS,
for the spring and summer trade, at Oel lig
corner Public Square, Waynesbo.:
_ Tie has opened an additional room in the
same building exclusively for the ladies.—
To this department of the business particu
lar attention will be given. His stock con
sists of •
MEN' S BOOTS,
OF ALL KINDS,
BE SOLD AT
FOR THE CASH.
done to order, and all work from
his establishment will be
ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS
E P'o it T
(I ( I F the condition of the FIRST NATION
AL BANK, of Waynesboro', Pa., at close
bf business, May Ist, 1874:
Loans and Discounts,
11. S. Bonds to secure circulation, 75.400,00
U. S. Bonds on hand, 11,500,00
Other stocks Bonds and Mortgages 4,299,48
Due from redeeming 4k reserve Agts 8,039,82
" " Nat. Banks, .6,609,46
" " State Banks & Bankers, 184,41
Current Expenses, 751,56
Cheeks and other cash items, 24433
Bills of Nat. Banks, '1,310,00
Fractional Currency and Nickles, 589,45
Legal Tender Notes, 22,050,00
Capital Stock, $75,000,0 0
Surplus Fund, 15;000,0 0
Interest, Profit and Loss, 9,862,7 3
Nat. B'k. circulation outstanding 65,385,0
Ca.'hier's Checks outstanding, 96,45
Individual Deposits, 35 412.25
Due to Nat. Banks, 371 67
Due to State Bks.t.V. Bankers,
State of Pennsylvania,} S . s
I John Phil
ips, Cashier of the First National Batik of
Waynesboro', do solemnly sweat' that the a
bove statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
JNO. PHILIPS, Cash.
Subscribed and sworn to before ine this
12th day , of May, A. D., 1874.
J. B. AMBERSON, N. P.
Correct—Attest:—Joseph Price, William
Hammett, Daniel Trifle, Directors.
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY.
MISS KATE STICKLE
NNOUNCES to her lady customers that
a - i_she has just returned from the East with
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
of the latest styles of
SPRING AND SUMMER MILINERY
Flowers, Braids, de.
always on hand
Sii)`"Thankful for past patronage she so
licits a continuance of the swine, feeling
confident that her goods and prices will
g:ve satisfaction. niavl4 tf
X.)iller spices n•hUlr or ground. •
VOTICE'is. hereby given that the under
.l.ll signed• have been appointed Aisignees
bf "The Waynesboro: Manufacturing Corn-
Pany," of Waynesboro', Pa„ under, a 'deed
of voluntary assignment. All persons in
debted to said Company,are requested to
make :immediate payment acid all those
having claims present them for settlement
immediately. J. J. MILLER,
- • J. W. MILLER,'._
may2l 6t Assignees.
TIR. REMY BOWLS (formerly of Vie
ginia) announces to the citizens of
Waynesboro' and the public generally that•
he is prepared to treat the different diseas
es to which horses are subjedt,,inchiding
lock-jaw. Thorough Study and many years
practie'e are the best recommendations he
can Offer. Persons requiring his services
will find him at Minter's Hotel. inaty2l tf
Butchering ! Butehering !
HE undersigned will commence the
I butchering business at Five Forks, in
the cellar in Brown's Stole building, on the
11th of June next. Etery Thursday.after-,
noon thereafter during the season the citi
zens and the public , generally will be serv
ed with a prime article of Beef.
may2l W. - IL GSM..
UST received a box of choice flower
0 seeds from Rochester, N: Y., which we
effertet the catalogue prices. I ask the pa.
tronage of the ladies, and they will find they
can save the delay and trouble of ordering
by mail. Among the varieties are the fol
lowing : Asters t Truffauts, Victoria, (Fic..) pe
tunias, pertulaccas, zin ma, collopies, ver
bena, phlox drummondi, pinks, aquilegia,
Over 200 varieties. - Call and see them.
may 7-3 t W. A: REID.
THE subscriber announces to the public
that he has again commenced the Bar
bering. Shop in the Walker building, in
the room formerly occupied by Di'. Benja
min Frantz. New Razors, Brushes and out
fit in general. A share of the public's pa
tronage is respectfully solicited.
may2l tf JOHN H: HERR.
XTORICE is hereby that the undersigned
has been appointed_Ad nistrabtm_eL
Susan F. 'Fahrney,late of Waynesboro', Pa.,
dec'd. MI persons indebted are requested
to make immediate payment and those hav
ing claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
may 21 tit JOSIAH. FAHRNEY, Adm'r
a N Monday the lltlf inst. a promisory
:tc for-Willi-dated-March —, IVA
given the undersigned by Jacob E Miller
was lost. The -finder will be 'suitably re
warded by returning the same to the sub
scriber or to this OFFICE.
may 21 3t MARIA PAYHOFF.
CORN, OATS AND RYE.
f subscriber will meet persons every
Saturday at Stover & Wolft's Store in
Waynesboro' for the purchase of grain,
Ni here they are requested to bring samples.
Pay VAtill on delivery.
may 7tf ' 0. W. GOOD.
"VOTICE is hereby given that the firm
1.11 consisting of Geo. M. D. Bell. Alexan
der Bishop and George F. Lilly was dissolv
ed by mutual consent on the sth inst.
may 7-tf LIDY, BELL & CO.
'THREE ROOMS well calculated for a
small family are offered for rent. For
further particulars call on .
may2l JOHN 11. MILLER.
TVVI TORI TOUT' %
SECRETS AND ITS MYSTERIES,
r r IHE above is the title of a new and val
e uable work just being issued by the U
NITED STATES PUBLISHING COMPA
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and Noted Criminals, with Narratives of
their crimes, as gathered by Charles Sutton
Warden of the prison. It is intensely in
teresting for both old and young, splendid
ly illustrated with original designs. Active
in every town in the United Statet. Liber
al terms to agents. Send for specimen pag
es and terms to
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H and 13 University place, N. Y.
'l'. De Witt Talmage is editor of THE
CHRISTIAN AT WORK; C. H. Spurgeon
special Contributor. They write for no
other paper in America. ° Three magnifi
cant chromos. Pav larger commission than
any other paper. Cromos now rest
dy.loo sectarianism. No sectionalism.—
One agent recently obtained 380 subscrip
tions in eighty hours absolute work. Sam ,
pie copies and 'circulars sent free.
H. W. ADAMS. Publisher, 102 Chambers
Street, New York. jan fi-tf
.t., EL WINIER SBORGIER'S
OMNIBUS LINE ANI) LIVERY STABLE,
E undersigned still continues the same
business at the old place. Office and
Stable in the rear of Washabangh's Tobac
co Store. His Omnibus leaves Waynesbo
ro' in the morning at 7 o'clock, and returns
at 7 o'clock in the evening. His stage also
leaves at 9 o'clock, P. M. for the W. M. E.
via. of Monterey Springs.
This line connects at Monterey with the
'Gettysburg Stage at 11 o'clock, 'every day,
M.All express matter promptly attend
ed to with care. All express matter not de
livered can be bad by calling at Washa
baugh's Tobacco Store.
One Spring Wagon, nearly new, with pole,
shafts and three springs, all in fine order,
On easy terms.
may 7 tf J. R. WOLFERSBERGER
turbing the joints. Alscr the
copper chamber, winch never cracks or
scales, and will outlast any other. For sale
by dealers and the trade generally. Inquire
for Blatehley's Pump, and if not for sale in
your limn, send direct to
CII AS. G. IMAM MEV. Monnfacturer,
506 CI In 1 ne rce St., Ph iladOpllia, Pa.
mar 12 —Snk
IJ 0 - S IT
Improved Cucumber Wood
Pump, Tasteless, Durable,
Efficient and Cheap. The
bestpump for the least mon
ey. Attßation is especially
invited to Blatchlev's Pat
ent Improved Bracket and
Drop Check Valve, which
can be withdrawn without
removing the Pump, or dis-
WHEN YOU WANT
A COOK STOVE,
• DINING ROOM COOK.
PARLOR COAL STOVE,
FIRE-PL ACE HEATER, POR
TABLY,' HEATER, BRICK SET
HEATER, NINE PLATE STOVE
THE VERY BEST
AND LATEST IMPROVED
of all hinds, we have on our floor and war
ranted to give satisfaction.
We have also
Sapannedware - ,
Ladles, tin, brass and copper, Extra Iron
Pots for cook stoves, Tin-lined Iron Pots,
AND BRASS KETTLES.
We have also for sale
STEAM COOKING APPARATUS,
MILLER & IRON'S
PAT, FIVE-MINUTE CLOTHES WASH
PAT. CLOTHES WRINGER,
TAYLOR & CO'S.
CUCUMBER WOOL) PUMP
gar Special attention is given to the man
ufacture of our Tinware, "louse and Barn
Spouting and Tin Roofing, always securing
the best material in the market, and always
warrent to give satisfaction. Thankful for
past favors from the Public, we hope for a
continuance of the same by dealing justly
D. B RUSSELL 3 SON,
Sign of the Big EU d Horn.
apr 23—t f
N OTICE TO TA X-PAYERti OF FRANK
LIN COUN CY.
An Abatement of 5 per cent
The Taxpayers of Franklin •county will
please take notice that I will meet them at
the following times and places, for the pur
pose of reeeiying the STATE and COUN
TY TAXES for the year 1874 :
An abatement of fp per cent. will be made
on sail' taxes if paid at the places below
stated, or at. the Treasurer's Office, on or be
'fore the 19th of June,lB74.
Monday. the 11th day of May, at the
house of Wm. Crome, in Funkstown, fur
part of Quincy township.
Tuesday, 12th, at the house of Gideon
Burger, in Quincy, for part of Quincy twp,
Wednesday and Thursday, 13th and 14th
at the house of Michael Minter, in Way
nesboro', for the borough and Washington
Friday and Saturday, 15th and IGth, at
the Adams House, in Greencastle, for the
borough and Antrim township.
N. B.—All persons who have been class
ed in the Mercantile Appraisement for '74,
will please lift their licenses on the days
I visit their respective places. All licen
ses not lifted at such time will be immedi
ately placed in the hands of the proper of
ficers for collection, as the law allows no
delay or excuse to delinquents.
11. 31. WI Treasurer.
ap 16-5 w
MHE snbscriber will commence the but ch
ering business in Waynesboro', at the
Coon Cellar, April 3d. Persons wanting
Choi •e beef and veal can be supplied with
the best the market atibrds. He will have
a supply regularly-on hand every Tuesday
evening and Wednesday morning, and Fri
day evening and Saturday morning and ev
ening. He has imployed an experienced
butcher, Henry Dickle, and, by strict atten
tion to business expects to have a share of
public patronage. This will be the place
to get choice cuts, Don't forget Coon's cel
lar. JOHN A. BAHR.
IN THE BIBLE.
By the author of "NIGHT SCENES Iti TAE. FA
BLE" and "OUR FATHER'S House" of which
nearly 200,000 have been sold. "HOME LIFE"
is commended by ministers of all churches
as "the author's best book," "full of pre
cious thoughts," "Truths precious as gems,"
"a choice book for every family,", &e. Steel
engravings, rose tinted paper, rich binding
and for rapid sale unequalled. Agents young
Men, Ladies, Teachers and Clergymen,
wanted in every county; $75 to $lOO per
month. Send for circular.
ZEIGLER & M'CURDY,
MS Arch Street,
mar 12-4 m Philadelphia, Pa
FRESIt 'UNE E
rr HE subscribers take this method of in
forming their customers and the public
generally that they will have fresh wood
burnt lime at their kilns on and after the
27th inst., for hnishing, whitewashing, plas
tering, &e., which will be kept during the
season and sold at reasonable prices. Kilns
three miles east of 'Waynesboro!.
mar 26--3 m HESS & BRO.
TO TIRE FARMERS.
FARMERS before making choice of Rea
pers are advised to call and examine.the
Buckeye Table-rake Reaper, for which the
undersigned is agent in Washington and
apr 23tf IT. X. STONER.
WATER Crackers, ginger snaps, and
firnec crackers at Iteid's Grocery
TAM NALL MIR
TINT opened at the Town Hall Store a
fig full line of all the late.styles of
IE3C AL IL" "
for Men and Boys, '
a full line of Men
and Boy's heavy
SHOES AND ' GAITERS.
Men's Custom Made
BOOTS AND GAITERS,
A large lot of Ladies, Misses
and Children's Button & Lace
Shoes, Gaiters , and Slippers of
• all kinds, a full and complete stock of
OF ALL KINDS.
tar The public nre respectfully invited
to call and examine my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as no charge will be
made for showing goods.
apr 16--tf M. H. JACOBS.
TVA YNESBORO'. PA.,
INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAIIAGIL BY
On all safe class property at reasonable rate
Policies issued on cash or mutual plan, a
gainst loss or . damage by.fire or lightning.
SIMON LIiCRON, President.
JACOB HOOVER, Vice President.
Jos. DOUGLAS, SECRETARY.
Jos. W. MILLER, Treasurer.
Samuel Frantz, . Simon Lecron,
Ilr. A. H. Strickler, Jacob Hoover,
Jos. Douglas, B. F. Winger,
Jacob J. Miller, Jos. W. Miller,
D. R. Miller, F. B. Snively,
Geo. J. Ballsley, Samuel lloeflich
M. P. CROSBY, Agent.
fel) 26, '74]
J. N. SNIDER,
STATICNER 'AND BOTIK-BINDER,
j% constantly - on hand and for sale,
at the lowest prices,
School and - • .
of well selected
BORDERS A ND
FOOT BALLS, Etc.
Gold Pens, Zephyr and Germantown Wool,
Brackets, Wall Pockets, Towel Racks, Pock
et Books, Satchels, Shawl Straps, and Fan
cy Goods, which we respectfully invite the
citizens of Waynesboro' and vicinity to call
and examine when visiting Chambsrsburg.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the firm of
J.. 1 D. Summers & Son was dissolved by
mutual consent on the 28th day of January,
1574. The business will he continued by
the undersigned. The boolcsr and accounts
of the firm are in the hands of D. Summers,
upon whom all persons indebted are re
quested to call and make settlement on or
before the Ist of Mardi without fail.
feb ]2-tf O. F. SUMMERS.
TO - THE RUBIIt - O
I have the agency for selling Dr. Benj.
Bates' celebrated BALTIMORE TONIC
BEER, recommended by 411 practical Phy
sicians. Call and try it. Price 20 Cents
per Bottle or 5 cents per glass.
ap l&—tf] H. HENNEBERGER.
IVOTICE is hereby given that the under
-1.11 signed haveteen appointed Assignees
of James Mcllvaney, of Washington town
ship, Franklin county; Pa. under a deed of
voluntary assignment. All persons indebt
ed to stud Melltaney are requested to make
immediate payment, and all those having
claims present them for settlement imme
diately. H. X. STONER,
W. S. AMBERSON,
apr 23-6 t Assignees.
111 E subscriber announces to his old (nis
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. Hisplace of business is on Lei
tersburg street, nearly opposite Bch's Pot
tery. JOS. ANDERSON.
VOA SHERIF . F.—At the solicitation of a
number of my friends I announce my
self as a candidate for the nomination of
Sherill; subject to the decision of the Repub
lican County Convention.
tp2341 - 41. K WEll'fZ, Quincy twp
DAtron , air, CO'S. COLUMN
Catnpiroririe I •
- Campliorine !
izor sale by at druggists. R. Hoyt, Pro
prietor, New York.
le-Highest iledical Authority of Europe
say the . strongest Tonic - Putifler and Deob-
Eitruent known to the medical wotid is
• JTYRUBEB A,
It arrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion
of the nervous system, restores vigor to the
debilitated, cleanses vitiated blood removes
vesicle obstructions and acts directly on the
Liver and Spleen. Price $1 a bottle. JOHN
Q. KELLOGG, is Platt St., N. Y. adr7-4w
gi SCHOOL Teachers Wanted in each Co.
for the spring and summer. $l5O per
month. Send for circular, which gives full
particulars. Zeigler & McCurdy, Spring
field, Mass. mayl4 4t
Agents Wanted for the •
of the United States. No book has ever
been published of such universal interest
tcrthe American people. It appeals to no
particular class alone, but to all classes ; to
men and women of all professions, creeds,
occupations and political opinions-to farm
ers, lawyers, business men, mechanics, phy
sicians, politicians, teachers, students, man
ufacturers, salesmen, men of learning and
men who can only read, to old and young.
All want it as a book of constant reference,
and to preserve for their children and chil
dren's children as the only complete and
reliable work, showing the gigantic results
of the first one hundred years of the great
est Republic the world ever saw. It is not
a -luxury but a necessity to every well-in-.
formed American citizen. Agents make
$lOO to $3OO per month. Send for circular.
Ziegler & McCurdy, Philadelphia, Pa.
THE 'GREAT AMERICAN COFFEE POT
distils Coffee as clear as amber ; extracti
all its strength; retains all its nutritious a
roma. The best thing ever offered. Price $2
sent to any address. Call and see it in op
eration or send for eircular.Territorial rights
for sale. De Witt C. Brown S: Co., 678 Broad
way, New York.
I)SYCHOMANCY, or Soul Charming"
How either sex may fascinate and gain
the love and affections of any person they
pclioose - instantly.--This simple, mental ac
quirement all can possess, free, by mail, or
25 cts, together with marriage guide, Egyp
tian oracle, dreams, hints to ladies, wed
ding-night shirt, &c. A queer }Jodi:. Address
T. William & Co., Pubs., Philadelphia, Pa.
FREE TO BOOR AGENTS
An elegantly bound canvassing book for the
best and cheapest family Bible ever -pub
bookagent. lt contains over 700 fine scril)=
ture illustrations, and agents are meeting
with unorecedented success. Address, stat
ing experience, etc., and we will show you
what our agents are doing. National Pub
lishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
The Long-contested Suit of the
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.
against the Singer, Wheeler & Wilson,
and Grover & Baker Companies, invoking
is finally decided by the
Supreme Court of the United States
in favor of the Florence, which alone has
Broken the ;4lonopoly of high prices.
The New Florence is the only machine
that sews backward, forward, right and left
Simplest, Cheapest and Best. Sold for cash
only, Special terms to Clubs and Dealers.
April, 1874. Florence, Mass.
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and all
Throat Diseases, Use
WELLs' CARBOLIC TABLETS
Put• up only in Blue Boxes.
A tried aad sure remedy. Sold by all drug
'; . 'z STIL.:
This sewing machirie gives the best satisfaction
to. the user, is aid for most readily and is the
best of all to sell. ..rf there is no "Domestic" A
gent in your town, apply to Domestic S. M. Co.,
WATERS' CONCERTO ORGANS
are the most beautiful in style and perfect
in tone ever made. The concerto stop is
the best ever placed in any organ. It is pro
duced by an extra set of reeds, peculiarly
voiced, the effect of which is most charming
and soul-stirring, while its imitation of tne
'human voice is superb. Terms liberal.
WATERS' Philharmonic, Vesper and Or
chestra Organs An unique French cases, are
among the best made, and combine purity
•of voicing With great volume of tone, suita
ble for parlor. church, or music hall.
WATERS' New Scale Pianos have great
power and a tine singing tone, with all mod
ern improvements, and are the best Pianos
made. These organs and pianos are war
ranted for 6 years. Prices extremely low
for cash or part cash, and balance in month
or quarterly payments. Second-hand in
struments taken in exchange. Agents wan
ted in every county in the U. S. and Cana
da. A liberal discount to teachers, minis
ters, churches, schools, lodges, etc. Illustra
ted Catalogues mailed.
HORACE WATERS A: SON,
may2l 4w • 431 Broadway, N. Y.
TREES it FLOWERS !
ir WOULD reßpectfnl}y inform my old
ifriends and the public generally . that 1
propose to canvass Franklin county during
the summer soliciting orders for trees,
FRUIT, SHADE ORNAMENTAL
I represent the firm of ATWOOD, ROOT
4: CO., Geneva, IN. Y., who are able to sup
ply all the very rare and
CHOICE STOCK OF TREES;
there is nothing in the market possessing
merit, but whet We can supply. Especial
attention to Plum and Pear stock is invit
ed. Flowers stocks and Bulbs in great Va
riety, and all of the new kinds not obtain
able elsewhere. ' A. D. GORDON.
THE subscriber informs the public that
he has again taken up his residence in
Waynesboro' and leased the Basement of
the Walker building in which to carry-on
the boot and shoe making business. lle
will also give prompt attention to all kinds
of repairing. A share of the public's pa
tronage is respectfully solicited.
aprt)--tf THOS. BRINGMAN.
TtlE subscriber informs his customers
and the public that he continues the
butchering business at the old stand, in the
eeller on. the South-east corner of the Dia
mond, ;tVaynesboro', Pa... - Prime beef, veal
and lamb always on hand. A special sup
ply will always be provided for Saturday
evening. Bologna sausage to' be had at all
times. Thankful to the public-for past en
couragement he hopes to merit a continu
:llion of their pritromgr.
npr3o V. STOUFFER.
ALDERSON, BENEDICT& CO'S.
111 AVE just received our first supply of
II Spring and Summer Goods,
to which we call the attention
of our customers and
We have full stock of the following
MOOTS AND SEMIS,
Goods of all kinds.
MGive us a call before going elsewhere
and . we will convince you we are selling as
cheap as the cheapest*
AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO.
BOOT AND SHOEMAKING !
®customers after the first of April next 'our
licustomers will find us in the toom now
occupied by. Wm. Blair as a Printing Office,
where we intend carrying on the Boot and
Shoe business as usual. From our experi
ence in the business in selecting the best
stock and workman we hope to merit a lib
eral share of patronage. It will be our con
stant aim to make a neat and artistic thing
boot. We make the best work' in town at
prices ranging from $8 and upwards,accor
din to price of material. We are perman
ent located here.
e have a few customers that we hare
asked often for their bills, and if they do
not appear soon we intend putting their
names in the paper, so they may not catch
Oa - Thankful for past favors we ask a
continuance of the same.
mar s—tf J. FORD & SON.
NEW TIN STORE
IT HE undersigned would most respectfully
I inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store
on East Main street, opposite Stover &
Wolft's Dry Goods emporium, and keeps
constantly on hand a good supply of
COOK & COAL STOVES,
MORNING GLORIES, etc., at prices to sui
the times. All kinds of work done in his
line with neatness and dispatch, such as
roofing, apouting and repairing. You will
find it to your interest to give 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.
nov 19 CLAYTON M. PREY
Viramar.ssolto', PA., April 21st, 1873.
AFTER an absence of fifteen years I again
loc,ate in the town of Waynesboro' for
the purpose of carrying on a first-class Tai
loring Establishment. None but the best
of workman will be employed, and clothing
made in the most fashionable and durable
manner. Also plain suits to suit certain
classes of men. Particular attention paid
to cutting men and boys clothing all in
style. Scouring and renovating done up e
qual to any outside of the cities. My place
of business is in the office of Dr. Strickler's
new building, adjoining the Besore proper
ty, on Mechanic street. By strict attention
to business, and a•disposition to pleas,' all,
I hope to t eceiye a liberal share of public pa
tronage. Respectfully, &e.,
• april 24—tf JAS. A. ELMER..
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAIING.
THE subscriber informs the public that
he has changed his quarters, and can
now be found in the room formerly occupi
ed by William Blair as a printng office,
on the second-floor, where he will con
tinue the Saddle and Harness making
business. He is prepared to do all work in
his line with dispatch and at reasonable
prices. He flatters himself that his long
experience in the business will enable him
give general satisfaction.
2-tf GEO. A. RHA.
DAI I% 1r I
TE subscriber notifies the public that
he has commenced the Dairy business
and will supply citizens regularly every
morning with 14iillt or Cream at low rates.
He will also leave a supply at M. Geiser's
Store where persons camobtain either at a
ny hour during the day.
nov 27-tf LENT FRICK.
A N excellent Compass and Chain; with other necemr3"fixttires. 'Apply to
•may 7tf • • A. S. YSIONN.
BOUTS AND-SHOES A SIECiAIiTY
PRICES LOW 1
GOOD UNSURPASSED IN QUAL
it i ff ILLER BROS., P.O. Building, Wavnes
-151.boro', Pa., would respectfully call the
attention of tie pnblic to the flue stock of
SI - IQMS
ofall the various styles for men and boys,
:ladies, misses and children, which they-sell
at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
They also have on hand a lot of Roots and
Shoes of their own manufacture in which
they offer •
'EXTRA INDUCEMENTS. •
Boots and Shoes made to order from
FIRST-CLASS • MATERIAL
and warranted to give satisfaction. Repair
ing neatly done. •
ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS.
the public generally
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! !
THE undersigned announces to his cus
1, toners and the public generally that he
has just returned from the Eastern cities,
and is now opening out a well • assorted
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Ms selections embrace all the latest styles
DRESS - GOODS, --- -
Boots and Shoes, 'Hats and Caps, Carpet
ing and all articles usually kept is country
lOW - The public are cordially incited to
call and examine our goods and learn our
prices. • . .
Country produce taken in exchange for
goods. ' O. F. SU.IIIIIIEIS.
IrErE subscriber informs the pUplia,lhat
L he has several paterns of
Iron Fencing and Porticos, trtiglizt •
Boxes, equal to the English ,
Box; Matz and Self-sharp 4 a''
ener Mold Boards, Lraf.4 7 `••,,( .9 '
sides, Shears, Cut,'
ters tic Points,, '
'Feed Cutters and '
'Grinders,' 5 different
sized Kettles, Skillets, Flat* '•-•
Irons, Dutch Ovens and Lye:: ••
Plate ; also Separator Castings of
different kinds, Horse-Powers and Bevel
Jacks ; also the
METCALF EXCELSIOR POST.
BORING • & WOOD SAVING MACHINE,
the shop prices for which are, $50.00 with
out , saw, $55.00 with saw. Will saw from
20 to 25 Cords of Wood per day—also saws,
Shingles. One man can bore from 250 to
300 posts per day. Can be run with water,
steam or horse power. Two different kinds
of Sausage Cutters and Staffers.
ilErAll repairing done in the best man
ner and charges reasonable.
I feel thankful for past - favors and hope
for a continuance of the same.
JOHN L. METCALF,
• mar 5-ts Quincy, Pa.
NEW GOODS !
rir HE undersigned have just returned from
V the eity with a full stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS comprising
GOOD S, cIi? AP,
. Hats, Shoes, Ladies'
Gaiters, Drugs, Oils,
Cigars, and everything
gen rally kept in a country store.
We take in exchange for goods or cash,
Lard, Bacon, Butter, Eggs. Fruit of all kind,
Potatoes, Onions, and everything in the
line of marketing.
Dar Call and seebefore buying elsewhere
as we are slue we can compete with the
DERSONS in want of vehicles of any de
l_ scription, new or second-banded, can be
supplied at the old "Waynesboro' Coach
Factory" on Church street. The subscrib
er cordially invites those desiring anything
in his line to call and examine his stock
and learn his prices, which he feels warran
ted in saying will compare favorably wish
that, of any other establishment in the coun-
REPAIRING of all kinds will receive prompt
Thankful to the public for past patronage
he solicits a continuation of the same in tho
Bnn or . 1000 Choice Chestnut Rails fir
Vt.rilnst retire for mile, in front of Mon
lreey;iprifkg'b oiel. , A
AT RINICILII X
C. H. DETD.ONV & CO