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SOLE L ATI!ER,
OIL CLOTH BLINDS,
June 22, 1874.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS;
'll - CO!MIrADEIRA_OI , CATtPET, - '
MATTING - ALL WIDTHS,
- IMPORTEE CARPE
dune 22, 1874.
AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO
ROOD CLEANSER OR PANACEA
17 ITH this rare medicine in your house
V v you.can do without purging,by menus
of Pills or Powders. You can do without
Salts, Castor Oil, Citrate of Magnesia, Senna
or Manna, and so Oil. You want none of
these; the BLOOD CLEANSER is a substi
tue for the whole of them. And what is
better,it may be taken with safety and con/.
Ant by the most delicate woman as well as
the robust man. It is very palatable, and
therefore easily administered to children.
It is the only vegetable preparation existing
'which will answer in the place of Calomel.
Regulating the action of the Liver, without
making you a life-long victim to the use of
32.ercury or Blue Pills. It will open the
Bowels in a proper and whole: ome manner
—being composed of sit ;table medicaments.
There is nothing like Fahrney's Blood
Cleansner, for the cure of all disorders of
the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys and
Bladder. For Nervous Diseases, Headache,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Billions Fever,
and all derangements of the internal visce
ra. You have in this medicine a PANACEA
for some of the most painful and dangerous
of all diseases.
LIVER COMPLAINTS.—The state and quail
sty of the bile must first be attended to, in
•order to preserve health. The bile in a vi
tiated state, or then not duly secreted, is
oftener obstructed in the liver and gall blad
der, and becomes a seurce of dyspepsia,con
xtipation, and nervous complaints, jaun
dice, etc. The Panacea being strictly veg
etable, and containing great anti-billions
properties, and great alterative properties
also, will act like a most magical medicine
in this complaint. Thousands have found
relief, and thousands will yet turn to this
medicine, after exhausting t heir purses and
patience in search of health.
Giddiness of the head, dullness of the
•mind, fcetid breath, coated tongue, loss of
.appetite, pains and weakness in . the stem
:telt, enlargement of the liver,yehowness of
the skin, constant fever and thirst, with a
total disrelish for business,pleasure, or any
.kind of employment. FAH E Y'S
PANACEA, if taken and persevered in for
a few days, will remove this whole class of
symptoms. The fluids of the body become
pure, the mind clear,the stomach strength
ened, the tongue cleamthe appetite improv
ed, and the whole system so benefitted that
.disease, during bad weather,is less liable to
"An ounce-of Prevention is worth more
than it Pound of Cure." The Panacea will
not only cure old standing and malignant
complaints, but ison6 of the best preventa
tives of such disorders, ever offered to the
You can avoid severe attacks of acute di
seases, such as Typhoid, Billions and Spot
ted and Intermittent Fevers, by keeping
your blood purified. The different degree.
44' all such diseases depend altogether up
on the condition of the blood, for if this vi
tal fluid is deranged,you will take a disease
ranch more readily than otherwise,and the
suffering will be proportion to the amount
of foreign matter in the blood. This is so
TensonaLle that we need not here make any
This medicine is highly recommended for
all chronic or old standing complaints,such
as Scrofula, Tenet, Salt Rheinn, Rheumat
ism, &e, •
Prepared by P. PARR3rEY'S BROS. & CO.,
Waynesboro', Franklin county, Pa.
Sold by F. Fourthumn and J. Burns Am
,berson, 31. D. Druggists, Waynesboro', Pa.
A excellent CompaFs and Chain, with
_JA other ucceaziry fixtures. Apply to
(.nay 7 tf MONN.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEM-
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES, DYE
Fine Toilet So ips, Hair and Tooth Brushes,
and everything generally kept in a
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE_
Compounding and dispensing department
AT A., B. Sc CO
An experience of over 20_years_aa_Ap_oth r
ecaxy is a guarantee that all
—C-A-R-E- TS- L E D _
COLD, SPARKLING SODA WATER
___on_draftduring the suimner months.
SPRING AND KM GOODS,
AT A:, 13. & CO
COON & STONEROUSE
HAVE just received alarge - and--well
selected stock of Spring and Summer
Goods, which they offer to the People of
Waynesboro' and surrounding country at
the lowest cash prices. The stock consists
in part of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
of the newest and latest styles ; Goods of
every description for men and boy's wear;
Linen & Cet
ton Table Diapers,
Balmorals, , Skirts,
a large lot White Cotton
Quilts, very cheap,
Table & Floor Oil Cloths,
Oil & Paper Window Blinds ' •
Ladies Lace Points & Shahs,
• a large lot of Stockings,
Handkerehiefs for men,
Women and Children,
. Linen, Lace & nipper 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
Childrens Gaiters, Shoes and Slippers, to
gether with Groceries, Hard vane, Wooden
Ware, Queensware, Glassware, and 'Wall
Paper. Call and see our goods before
• COON & STONEHOUSEi
oct. 30, 1573
SHE subscriber offers at Private Sale a
desirable small limn, one half mile
Northeast of Quincy, (formerly owned by
Rev. Ahrm. Golley,) containing
more or less, well improved land, all of
which has been limed. The improvements
consist of a two-story
Bank Barn, Corn Crib, Granary and Hog
Pen under one roof, and other necessary
out-buildings, in good repair. There is also
a never-failing well of good water between
the barn and house, and two young Or
chards of choice fruit trees, besides peach
es, pears, plums and grapes, that cannot be
well surpassed. The Tract is, well laid oft'
and nearly all under good fencing. Persons
wishing to view the• property will please
call o a the undersigned living or: the prem
ises. ISAAC UTZ.
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
Its great excellence has merited the com
mendation of Europo for American manu
PULVERIZED CORN STARCH,
expressly fol• food.when it is properly made
into pmiding,is a desert ofgreat excellence.
BARGAIN I BARGAIN T
V 4LUADLE BOOKS FOR SALE 1
WE offer for salo at a reasonable pride
the following newly and handsomely
• 3 Vol. "HEARTFI AND HOME."
1 " 91 % RPER'S WEEKLY."
I " 'AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.'
They contain the best of reading and rank
among the leading literary journals of the
Ably. Persons wishing to look at books or
learn prices, will please call at the
,july23 tf RECORD OFFICE.
TO TILE; FAIR ME It S.
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
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
ICALS, PATENT MEDICINES,
entrusted to his care will be
SLYER aLOSS MEM
FOR THE LAUNDRY.
has become a
T. KINCSFORD Sr, SON.
FOR SALE BY ALL:W:OCERS
janelS Sw •
Pk:114111E% oW Di NI li fzioMi DiZiikl
WilioKY & baDigiGHT. Send otaLop. W.
Evapo & Co., Hart's Folio, N. Y. .
as a Family Medicine, is the reward of gen
uine merit. Those who use it once, never
will be without it,
Price per bottle, ;*i cents.
For sale by all druggists. R. Hoyt, Pro
prietor, New York.
LIVINGSTONE IS DEAD.
For 30 years millions ln;ve intently watched
his perilous yet heroic struggles, and grand
Atchievaients, and now eagerly desire the
.3orultbite life-History of tins world-renown
hero and benefactor, which unfolds the cu
riosities and wealth of a wild and wonder
ful country. It is just ready. 2000 agents
wanted quickly. One agent sold 184, anoth
er 196 in one week. For particulars,address
hbard-B . ' Boston or
Forewarned, Forewarned. To be fore
arthed now when von are threatened with
all the ailments caused by debilitating spring
and summer weather is to make free use of
which will make the Liver active, assist
Digestion, Purify the blood, strengthen the
Uterine and Urinary organs, invigorate the
System, and make you enjoy life as you
Price $1 per bottle. John Q. Kellogg, A
WANTED—Agents for Chas. Sumiter. By
Gen. N. P. flanks, Bishop Gilbert Haven,
and W. M. Cornell, LL.D., with eulogies of
Carl Schurz, G. W. Curtis, and Othe..s. Ex
clusive territory. No competition. Address,
T. H. Earle, Publisher, Boston.
"PSYCHOMANCY, or Soul Charming."—
How either sex may fascinate and gain the
love and affections of any one they choose
instantly. This simple, mental acquirement
all can possess, free by mail for 25c,togeth
er with a marriage, Egyptian oracle,dreams
hints to ladies, wedding-night shirt, &c. a
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and all -
Throat Diseases, Use
WEL — Le-C-A-RBOLIC TABLETS
Put up only in Blue Boxes.
A tried and sure remedy. Sold by all drug-
200 PIANOS AND ORGVIS
New and second-ha nd,of first-clasgrmakers,
will be sold at lower prices for cash, or on
installments, or for rent, in city or country
during this month,, by Horace Waters &
Son,No. 481 Broadway, than ever before of
fered in New York. Specialty: Pianos and
- rgans to let until the rent money pays the
price of the instrument. .111MitMtell -cata
logues mailed.A large discount to ministers,
churches, schools, lodges, 9,tc. junelB4w
• RICH FARMING LANDS.
NOW FOR SALE VERY CHEAP
Ten Years Credit, Intwrest only 6 per ct
SEND FOR "THE PIONEER."
A , handsome illustrated paper, containing
containing the Homestead Law. A new
number just published, mailed free to all
parts of the world. Address. 0. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner, 13. P. R. R., Omaha,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
rrHE subscribers,assigneesof the Wayn os-
I. born' Manufacturing Company,will offer
at Public Sale,
On Saturday the Bth day of August, '74,
the lot of ground belonging to said compa
ny, fronting 39 feet on Main street, witl
SHOPS AND STABLING
thereon ; also the
ENGINE AND BOILER,
(twenty-horse power) with all the Machin
ery belonging to the shops; also
40,000 FEET OF LUMBER, •
more or less. For further particulars call
on either of the undersigned.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on Raid
day, when terms will be made known by
JACOB J. MILLER,
JOSEPH IV. MILLER,
TREES & FLOWERS !
WOULD respectfully inform my old
Ifriends and the public generally that r,
propose to canvass Franklin county during
the suMmer soliciting orders for trees,
FRUIT, SHADE Sr, ORNAMENTAL
I represent the firm of ATWOOD, ROOT
& CO., Geneva, N. 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 what 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.
pERSONS in want of vehicles of any de
scription, new or second-handed, 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 with
that of any other establishment in the coun
ItErnmtNa of all kinds will receive prompt
Thank ful,to the public for past patronage
he solicits a continuation of the same in the
rhe subscriber announces to his friends
and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is new engaged in the above biy
iness, on Main Street, at the girt end of
Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the
business, and employing r 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 Land orders tilled
Jan..l4 tf GEO. B. TIAWKF.R.
rIMIE subscriber announces to the public
that he has again commenced the bar
bering. Shop in the aliter building for
inerly occupied by Pr. enj. Frantz. New
bazors, Brushes and 01 in; in general. A
share of the public's pat nage is solicited.
Ile also is prepared to shave corpses.
inity2.l3tu Joas 21. amat.
DAUCHY Sc CO 4 B. COLUMN.
The Greet Popularity of
reveiat6ms o GEM—.
...est and cheapest Ilicroseeiso
common two asortinvcnated. A
id ma welt. guientitic, amps
Instructive, pracUcal. Just
'ug for everybod,y. and Dm.
-It atone. It Is tho cut
wonder yon ever saw.
•nd get it by return mail.
, Agentstuuded every.
Addrene Tan BEVICIILT
Wabash. Ave. Chkago.
DR. D. W. eTONES.
PHTECIAM - AND SURGED%
MARTINSBURG, W. VA.
-()" - 7 - - .-
Consulting Office, No. 32 West King St.,
a few doors from the Court House. Observe
the sign on the side of the - Aeor.Offtce
hours from 10 A. /2. to 12 la., and from 2to
to 4 P. 31., and 6 to 8 in evening.
The Doctor's long and successful practice
at Hagerstown, Md., and the past five years
at Martinsburg, W. Va., and nearly four
years at the bedside in the different Hospit
als of the large' cities enables him to give
full satisfaction to the afflicted, 'without the
use of that deadly poison Mercury, and oth
er powerful Minerals that annually send I
thousands to a premature grave. '
All Nervous Diseases speedily cured. Let
the weak and nervous bear in mind that
when they have symptoms indicating ma
ny other diseases, it originates principally
from the nerves.
This dreadful scourge of suffering human-
Iy, i roug u on rom un 0
youth, or learned from evil companions at
school or while alone. Both sexes, old and
young, are guilty of it, and it is hastening
thousands to that bourne from whence no
tray eler returns. For all such Dr. Jones
has discovered a never-failing treatment
that will soon bring about new life and ful
ly restore enfeebled manhood.
This disease strikes with terror to'the
boldest heart, where it is soon discovered
in the roof of the mouth and throat, with
discoloring blotches over the head and bo
dy, fast betraying the unhappy victim,death
ending the suffering.
Make an early application, and be cured
without any change of diet or hindrance
from business or detection of friends.
GRAVEL CUR ED
Without the dangerous medium of an oper
of every_form speedily cured.
Affection of the Kidneys and Bladder,
and all kinds of Chronic Diseases, no mat
ter how long standing, speedily restored.
Dr. Jones can be consulted by letter de
scribing symptoms, age,and how long stand
ing Allletters strictly c_onfidential.
The completion of the Cumberland Val=
-leyßailroad_ta__Martin§burg. will make it
convenient for paanta — frocii - Maallarrd - ancl
Pennsylvania to call and consult with the
where they are not able to consult him at
his office: His family practice at Martins
burg is sufficient evidence of his success.—
All-letters - must - be - addressed-to .
D. W. JUNES, M.D.,
Martinsburg, W. Va.
BOOTS AND SHOE
PRICES LOW 1
GOODS UNSURPASSED IN QUAL
— o _
ItirILLER BROS., P.O. Building, Waynes
iVlboro', Pa., would respectfully call the
attention. of Le public to the fine stock of
3300 1 15,
SI - 10MS
a, all the various styles for men and boys
la lies, misses and children, which they eel
at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
They also have on hand a lot of Boots and
Shoes of their own manufacture in which
Boots and Shoes made to order from
and warranted to give satisfaction. Repair
ing neatly done. •
ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS.
apr 23tf :
rpHE subscriber informs the puplie tha
he lips several paterns of
Iron Fencing and Porticos, Wagon
Boxes, equal to the English
Box; Motz and Self-sharp
ener Mold Boat ds, Lan
aides, Shears, Cut
ters & 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 SAWING. MACHINE,
the shop prices for which are, $50.00 with
out saw, $lO.OO 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'Stuffers.
• tlEr All 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.
BOOT AND SINERIKIN f
®customers anti after the first of April next our
l'custonters will find us in the room now
occupied by Win. 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 Sting
boot. We make the best work in town at
prices ranging from $8 and upwards, accor
ding to price of material. NV e are remnan
t:m:lv located here.
e have a few customers that we have
asked often for their bills, and if they do
not appear soon we intend putting heir
names in the paper, so they.may nut catch
Al3y-Thalikfal for past favors we aslc a
continuance of the same.
inur J. FORD t SON.
•CO litN, ()Airs AN D RYE.
1 11 F, subscriber will meet persons every
Saturday at Stover & Wolit's Store in
Waynesboro' for the purchase of grain,
where they are requested to bring samples.
Pay CASH ou delivery.
may 7 tf 40 W. GOOD.
A' COOK STOVE,
DINING ROOM COOK,
PARLOR COAL STOVE,
FIRE-PLACE HEATER, POR
TABLE HEATER, BRICK SET
HEATER, NINE PLATE STOVE.
AND LATEST IMPROVED
of all kinds, we have on our floor and war
ranted to give satisfaction.
We have also
• Forks, Butcher
Ladles,..tin, brass and .copper, Extra Iron
Pots for cook stoves, Tin-lined Iron Pots,
We have also. for sale
PAT. STEAM COOKING APPARATUS,
MILLER - ec IRON'S
P.4.T. FIVE-MINUTE CLOTHES WASH-
Y" Special attention is given to the man
ufacture of our Tinware, Llouse and Barn
Spouting and Tin Roofing, always securing
the best material in the market, and always
warrent to give satisfiiction. Thankful for
past favors from the Public, we hope for a
continuance of the same by dealing justly
T" proprietor of this medicine is a grad
uate of Jahr:ion Medical College, of
Philadelphia of 1853; since then he has
made chronic diseases his special study- 7
has had good success in the treatment of
such diseases, which has induced him to
put out this medicine before the public.—
A medicine. which ought to be in every fam
ily in the land. Those who have used it
speak of its great merit. Is composed of the
BEST KNOWN MEDICINES
in the lklateria Medica, and compounded
with great care by the proprietor, under his
own supervision and nude in a scientific
DEMAND FOR IT IS INCREASING
and in a short time it will become a
STANDARD FAMILY MEDICINE
Acts on the Liver, Lungs and Kidneys
Good for the following diseases, such as
Liver Complaint, Rheumatism,
and Chronic Diseases generally; very good
for children in small doses, being mild and
pleasant. Try it and convince yourself of
its merits, then commend it to your h i ends.
Also makes his celebrated.FAAllLY BIT
TERS which have stood the test fora num
ber of years. Good for Indigestion, Low
ness of Spirits, Dyspepsia, Foul Stomach,
Cramp, Colic, &c. Try it.
Prepared only by
JACOB FAIIRNEY, M. D.,
Office and Residence, 1337 Brandywine St.,
Sold by Dr. J. B. Amberson, Waynesbo
ro', Pa., Dr. Carl, Greencastle, Pa., J. S. Nix
on Chtin6ersburg, Pa. may2B-ly
M. T. 2ELENABBITIT'S
Pure Concentrated Potash
Of double the Strength of any other
I have recently perfected a new method
of packing my Potash, or Lye, and tun now
packing it only in Balls, the coating of
which will saponify, and does not injure
the soap. It is packed in boxes containing
24 and 48 one lb. Balls, and in no other
way. Directions in English and German
for making hard and soft soap with this
Potash accompanying each package.
junelS 10w 64 to 84 Washington St., N.Y.
FRESH! LAME t
TILE subscribers take this method of in
forming their customers and the public
generally that they will have fresh wood
burnt Hine at their kilns on and after the
27th inst., ibr finishing, whitewashing, ply S
tering, &c., which will be kept during the
season an sold at reasonable prices. Kilns
three miles cast of Waynesboro'.
mar 26-3 m I I ESS & MO.
IVIE subscriber announces to his old ens
." tamers and the imblie generally that he
has recommenced the Butchering business,
and will be able to acceonnuodate them as
formerly at the cellar in tue Walker build
ing. Persons wanting prime Beef, Veal, etc,
can rest assured that his cellar will be the
_place to get iG, a be is det - errnincd tz;
ter the !.lost quality of stork onh•.
F 1J 27-tf T. J. CLINNINGIJA 31.
i 9 1171
THE VERY BEST
AND BRASS KETTLES
PAT. CLOTHES WRINGER,-
TAYLOR. & CO'S.
CUCUMBER WOOL) PUMP
D. R. RUSSELL fi SON,
Sign of the Big Rcd Horn
DI JICOB FiIHMV'S
COll9. U mption,
Tau CUL am
TUST opened at The Town Hall Store a
cdi lull line of•all the late styles of
MX -41. ri° iST.
for Men and Boys,
a full line of Men
Men's Custom Made
BOOTS AND GAITERS,
A large lot of
Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers of
all kinds, a full and complete stock of
LINEN AND •
• CUFFS, NECK
- OF ALL KINDS.
` fit The public are respectfully uvited
to call and examin - e ray-stock-befort.--pur
chasing elsewhere, as no charge In be
made for showing goods.
- Your Respectfully,
M. H. JACOBS,
CHABTEBED APRIL 2 1 , 1670.
FRE lINSORANICE COMPANY
OF WAYNESBORO', FRANKLIN CO. PA.
ASSETTS OVER $150.000.00
---- Policies issued on Cash or Mutual Plan,
and indemnity assured from loss or damage
by-tire,_or_hy lightning, whether Fire en
sues or not.
Simon Lecron, (Pres.) D. F. Winger,
Jacob Hoover, (V. Pres.) F. B. Shively,
Jos. Douglas, (Sec.) A. 11. Strickler,
J. W. Miller, (Treas.) Jacob J. Miller.
Samuel Hoeißch, Geo. J. Balsley,
Samuel Frantz, 1). 1L
This company, probiled by Charter from
insuring in specially hazardous risks, can
on all safe class property ; is economical in
its management and has paid its losses
without any assessment upon the premium
All orders for Insurance promptly attend
ed to by
M. P. CROSBY, Agent.
rrEETH ! TEETH !! -TEETH!!!
BEAUTY! BEAUTY! BEAUTY!
BEAUTY! BEAUTY! BEAUTY!
BEAUTY! BEAUTY! BEAUTY!
more to beauty of the
features than a PER-
F KT, REGULAR,
CLEAN SET OF TEETTLivhile a neglected,
disgusts every . nehold
er: Such things are
noticed now -a - days
much more than formerly; and good teeth
and a sweet breath are
considered ind ispeii-
sible to every LADY
BEWARE of all preparations which are
for WIIITENING the
an acid which des
stroys the ENAMEL. Dr. Forrest keeps con
stantly on hand of his
own Preparation a su
perior TOOTH POW
DER,which keeps the
Teeth absolutely clean, leaving the color of
the Enamel justas.na
Lure made it. For the
convenience of my pa
trons, I have adopted
the patent TOOTH POWDER BOTTLE, so
constructed as to distribute the powder
nicely on the BRUSH, and can be carried
when traveling and several may use from
the same bottle with propriety. Having
had an experience of over seven years in
the manufacture and administration of Ni
trous Oxide Gass, I am prepared at all times
to administer this popular Anaesthetic,
either to children or adults for the extrac
tion of teeth,
without pain or any unpleas
ant effects. Insertion, Filing and Filling of
Teeth carefully executed. Office next door
to Bishop's Art Gallery, Main St., Chain
bersburg, Pa. 11. FOIUiEbT, 1). D. S.
N. B.—Teeth that have become discolor
ed, I am prepared to bleach and restore to
their natural color. Prices very modera.e.
PeihT 4ED 'MC' 3/C failD 31 -Li: CI
HE undersigned desires to inform the
public that he is prepa►ed to furnish
WALNUT AND ASTI
of any style desired
PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS
for rmiltlings, Estimates of quantities of
Material and Price:. amend for rive list.—
Terms reasonable. GEO. F. LIDY,
june4 tf Waynesboro', Pa.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING.
r E ITIE subscriber informs the public that
he has changed his quarters, and can
now he fund in the room formerly occupi
ed by It'illittm Blair as a ',Hattie. (dace,
on the second-floor, where he will con
tinue the Saddle and harness makikt
business. Ile is prepared to do all work in
his line with dispatch and at reasonable
,prices. lle flatters himself that his
-, : ,.- Kr , c , r i ence i n li t , 11 11 .irii•ns trill erm'ile hiva
giTe gen.erat satisfaction.
2-if GEC). A :1111.1.
NEIY STOCK OF BOOTS BD SHOES
HIM GARS &NB NOTUINS 1
TACOB SNIDER announces to his custo
mers and the public that he has return
ed from the East and.opened out an unusu
ally large stock of
BOOTS AN]) SHOES,
for the spring and summer trade, at Oellig
Building, corner Public Square, Waynesbo
and Boy's heavy
He has opened ariadditional room in the
same building exclusively for the ladies.—
To this department of the business particu
lar attention will be given. .14is stock con
Button I k Lace
JV S ~ ~N OiAT
PRIDE a toelf-LION'a
OU- second Supply of SUMMER GOODS
offers rare inducements to purchasers
both in quality and prices. . •
Cloths, and all the
of the season in full supply.
All the favorite brand§ of
BLACK ALPACAS AT SPECIAL
Figures. Ladies and Gents
of every description. Notions in all the lat
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS
of English and - American manufacture,
LADIES' SHOES:ALF GAITERS
GI? OCE RIES, Q UEENS WA RE,
CA it PETS; tt Oil CLOT US.
Our stock was never Snore complete, nor
prices more satismetery.
june4 tf PRICE & HOEFLICIL
THE GREAT PRIZES
Fourall GIFT CONCERT
The first prize of $18;,000, the capital
prize, 'by clubs in Memphis, Tenn.
The second gift, $75,000, was paid to State
Bank, Madison, Mo., J, H. Wakefield and
A. L. Sims, of Trenton, Ky., H. H. Bollin
ger, Pembroke, Ky., P. W. Dormer, Los An
geles, Cal., W. G. Byerly, Portsmouth, 0.,
Flint & Chamberlin, N.Vaco,Tex.,and others,
the tickets having been sold in coupons.
The Farmers' National Bank, of Rich
mond, Ky.,drew the half of the third prize,
$37,000. IVm. E. Oates, Vicksburg,
J. M. Copeland, Franklin, Ey. ' Armstrong
Sawyer, Gransburg, Ind., each one-tenth.
Hie remainder was held in clubs.
The first prize of the third drawing was
all in one. ticket,and owned by L. H. !Cell h,
Esq., Kingston, Mass., to whom was• paid
$.10Q,000 in cash. •
THE FIFTH GIFT CONCERT
which is positively the last which will ever
be given under this charter, will come utr
in Public Library Hall, Louisville, Ky.,
FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1874.
S;) , 50.0,5UU
divided into twenty thousand gifts, will bo
distributed among the ticket-holders
LIST OF GIFTS,
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand Cash Gift
Qne Grand Cash Gift ...... sii,titio
One Grand Cash Gift "5,000
And 19,' 95 gifts, ranging in villa'. from
520,000 to $5O.
Grand total. 20,000 Gifts, all cash :72,500,000
I' ICE OF TICE. F"- 4
bole Tickets , ....
Tenths, or each Coupon
11 'Whole Tickets ......
For tickets and information apply to
E. BRAMLETTE, Agent Public Li
brary, Ky., Public Library building. Lonix
ville, Ky. or TIN:6. dI. iIAYS 6: CO. ; 6i, t)
Broadway, N. Y. july9 4t
,IN THE BIBLE.
By the author of "Mona , SesNr.s IN Tun Bi
niu" and "Oyu FATIIEIeS HOU,SE" Of which
nearly 200,000 have been sold. "Irons LIFE"
is commended by ministers>of all churches
as "the author's best book," "full of pre
cious thoughts," "Truths precious as gemn,"
"a choice hdok for every tinnily," &e. I. 4 tet•l
'engravings, rose tinted paper, rich binding
and for rapid sale unequalled. Agents yomtg
Men, • Ladie4. — Teach:!rs and Clergymen,
• eVqo.,cuunty ; $75 to shu per
month. end. r.
3IS Arch trect.
MEN' S BOOTS,
- . SHOES, GAITERS,
OF ALL KINDS,
BE SOLD AT
FOR TILE CA.SIII.
done to.order, and all work from.
Ms establishment will be.
ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS
IS THE TIME TO PROCURE
KENTUCKY PUBLIC LIBRARY
WERE DRAWN AS FOLLOWS
mar 1.2-4 m
ti.' ^ s(l,oo(l
. 5;50 00
. .'5 OO
. 5 00
. 500 00