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OIL CLOTH BLINDS,
;FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
HOME-MADE RAG CARPET,
MATTING ALL WIDTHS,
,june 22, 1874
AMBERSON, BENEDICT et. CO.
,Flll-1E subscriber informs the puplic tha
1 he has several paterns of
' Iron Fepcing and Porticos, Wagon
Poxes, equal to the English
fox; Motz puilf-sbarp
ellefliold Boards, Lan
• sides; Shears, Cut
' ters & Points,
Feed Cutters and
Grinders, 5 different
sized Kettles, Skillets, Plat
-Irons, Dutch Ovens and Lye
Plate ; also Separator Castings of
different kinds, Horse Powers and Bevel
Jacks ; also the
IIIETCALF EXCELSIOR POST
EOM & WOOD SAWING MACHINE,
the shop prices for which are, $50.00 with
out saw,' 65.00 with saw. Will saw from
'2O to 25 Cords of Wood per day—also saws
Shingles. One 'Wan can bore from 250 to
'WO posts per day. Can be run with water,
steam or horse power. Two different kinds
of Sausage Cutters and Stuffe,rs.
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,
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 warren,
Led in saying will compare favorably with
,thatpf 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 the
Acura. JACOB ADAMS.
' tipril 10-tf
• COACI - LISMAJC.I.INTG_
The subscriber announces to his friends
and the public that he has purchased
*es;oach Factory formerly owned by Israel
'Sess . , and is nctw engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main Street, at the East end of
Waynesboro. Haying a k nowledge of the
business. and employing n• , ,, but the best
workmen, and' by strict attention to busi
hes; he hopes to merit a shut of patronage.
All kinds of new work on liar 11 orders filled
Jan. 1 2 4 tf B,HAWKER.
WORTH SEE iNg
jrrRE displai of find urniture, such as
Pressing wails, W ash Stands; Bed-
Pleads,' EJEteesjow Tables, Centre Tables ?
'Wet Note', Hat Racks;Childreutei
Everything in the Cabinet-trucker ling—the
,bistirrmarket, havihebeen'earefuljy and
substantially manufactured out cif the very
best material—at 11. DErnoves, 3 doors East
of the Presbyterian Church, East Main St.,
"Waynesboro', Pa: Call and see his display.
Prices low. , Thankful for past favors he
hopes to be able to merit a still further
share of the public's patronage.
nev .13--tf 'DETROW.
riLOVER and Timothy Seed bought and
:X./sold all the time at
THE ULU MOM
(IN account of the. scarcity of money will
l_roffer his goods to CASH and PaUltrr buy
ers, at a small adv . ance on cost. '
A., B. & CO.
White and Brown Sugars,
New Orleans Molasses.
Mackerel & Herring,
AT A., B. & CO.
Soaps, Garden Seeds,
AT A.,..13.& CO
!wilt 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,
'Pried Beef. In short anything' wanting in
the Grocery line can be found in good stock
and at low prices for_the "ready money.'
girl . am still taking applications in the
best and strongest Companies in the world
—The N. Y. Mutual has assetts of $60,000,-
000. It costs less in this company, and the
policy holder need have no uneasiness as
.to whether the company can hold out—l in
sure against accidents in the Travelers of
Hartford. june 12-tf
OMNIBUS LINE AND LIVERY STABLE,
IPHE undersigned still continues the same
1 business at the old place. Office and
Stable in the rear of Washabaugh'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. R.
R., via. of Monterey Springs-.
This line connects at Monterey with the
Gettysburg Stage at 11 o'clock, every day,
express meter promptly attend
ed to with care. 'All express matter not de
livered can be had by calling at Wusha
baugh's Tobacco Store.
One Spring Wagon, neatly new, with pole,
slats and three springs, all in fine order.
On easy terms.
may 7tf J. R. WOLFERSBERGER.
J. N. SNIDER,
KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale,
t the lowest prices,
• Envelo* &c.
of well selected
BORDFRS .A ND
BATS, RUBBER •
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 Chambersburg.
removing t 4 he Pump, or dis
turbing the joints. Also the
copper chamber, which never cracks or
scales, and will outlast any other. For sale
by dealers and the trade generally. Inquire
for Blatchley's Pump, and if not for sale in
your town, send dirept td
- IS. G. BIATCHLEY. Manufacturer,
• '506 coramerce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
CANNED FRUIT. ill not housekeep
era save the wory of cannlm, and save
money, by buying their canned Peaches,
Strawberries, Pine Apples, Tomatoes, &c.,
already prepared for use. 1 have mude spec
ial arrangements. 'with a reliable packing
house, to furnish choice fruit and Vegeta
bles,' as ththieason progresses, at very low
Sgurea. Try them. - W. A. REID.
CINNAMON, alBpice, tn ustard,clo yps and
other spieenwholo pr ground.
atßeid'a Grc#l. -
Waynesboro', p 4.
'WM. .A.O. 1,1.73111:10
Sugar Cured Ham,
Salt, Conc. Lye,
Kerosene and Safety Oil
Bed Cords. Baskets, &c.
Lemons, Oranges, &e..*
Also Essences and Extracts
for cooking purposes.
and Fancy Cakes.
-PIC NIG' PARTIES
STATIONER AND BOOK-BINDER,
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
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOON I!
H AS now on hand and for sale a full line
of NEW GOODS for gentlemen's Wear
for Spring - at d Bummer, such as
100 1 4434 1 i till k Wii:lS‘ tele - Eel.) olzi
of every description, all of which will be
Also a complete assortment of
.atv'Tif ti : +• • i • : 11 slit:: •z. C:11
and examine the Spring and Summer Styles
No i trouble to show goods. Remember the
place, South-east Corner of Public Square.
june 5, 1873 G. B.
CLEANER, BAGGER AND POWERS!
No implement more Important to the
farmer than a First-class Grain Thresher and
Cleaner—for none pays him so well and so
The above cut shows the only Geiser Ma
chine now built under the immediate eye
of the old inventors themselves, with all the
additional i lr vements made during the
past I. . ears, and now with
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL
this Machi - le just stands high above all of
its class. As a thresher it is equal to the
best, as a cleaner it is superior to any exist
ing Machine. This is admitted by all hon
est competitors. Indeed it is the only Ma
chine that really can, by one operation,
thoroughly thresh and clean grain lit 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 Fairs
where it was thoroughly and practically
tested, in competition with other leading
mac i ltines, always agree that it is more sim
ple—more easily understood and operated
by those unskilled ih machinery—more du
rable—threshing as much and yet cleaning
better—with less power and more comfort
to hands than any other machine in use—
and besides itH that is sold for less mor.ey
according to capacity. These facts are
further attested by the thousands of pur
chasers, some of whom have had them in
use for the last 18 years. To supply . teq
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 $l9O to VG% without
power. We also make the latest inapproved
triple-geared Horse Powers, suitable for
each size machine, ranging from $9O to $135,
and all fully and fairly warranted. For
further information send for circular and
Responsible Agents in Territory not in
Tli antSElt MANI:TACO CO.,
Jan. 21-tf Pennsylvania.
H. FUNK having retired from the
V 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. Call
at the saddler shop of Wm. P. Weaglev.
March 6. 1872-tf
THE snbscriber would inform the public
that he is at all times prepared, to make
o order Gouts Coarse or f tie Boots, also
coarse or Sue work for Ladies or Misses, in
cluding the latest stela of lasting Gaiters.—
Repairing (lope at short notice„ and measur
es taken inpnvate famines if desired Shop
on East Main Street, in the room formerly
occupied by J. Elden, as a flour and feed
Feet of different grades of
30,000 Pine Board Lumber for sale
by FRICK & CO..
mtryl.stfl S. E. & B. Works.
SPR,INGAND SUMMER .1
---- o - - -
- GEORGE BERNER
sold at prices to suit the times and
made to order with neat-
ness and dispatch.
His large, well selected stock of
THOS. J. B OLLINGSWORTH.
1874. SPRING. - 1874.
STOVER Its WOL
DRY GOODS > NOTIONS,
White, Goods,. Embroideries and Laces
G rocerfes, Qaeensware,
Boots & Shoes, Cedarware, Hardware,.
(WEDry Goods Department eousists In
Nfipart 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.—
A FULL STOCK OF MENS WEAR
English, & Amercan Cussimers,
Linens, Jeans, Denums, Doeskins, •
. Elk. Cassimere and Cloth.
Notions and - White goods of every variety,
Hambur edging and inserting Ruffling,
Honey Comb Quilts, Napkins,
Hosiery, Gicives, Corsets.
Lace and Linen Collars
A fm_ :ne of Shoes,
and Gaiters for Gentlemen,
Ladies, Misses, Boys and Children.
We have constantly on hand everything
usually kept in a well-regulated store. We
ask an examination of goods and pricssi
fore purchasing elsewhere.
STOVER & WOLFF.
MAY alwaya be found a fall and prime
BOOTS &ND SHOES,
.'Watches and lewelry repaired.
North East Corner of Public, Square
Dec 5, 1872—tf •
Offers at low prices a large number of No.
I Cook Stoves for coal or wood the best in
market, also the Celebrated Morning Glory
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 he will yarntnt andsell at
less rates than any Stove House in Waynes
• Be is now prepared to pnt up at short no
tice First Class Brick Furnaces and warrant
them. On hand a stock of nine-plate Stoves
and small coal stoves. A large stock of Tin
pressed and iron-ware 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 you
for the trouble, and it is right these days to
THE subscriber notifies the public that
lie has commenced the Dairy business
and will supply citizens regularly every
morning with Milk or Cream at low rates.
Ile will also leave a supply at M. Geiser's
fitore where persons cap obtain either at a
ny hour during the day.
nov 27-tf • • ' • BENJ. FRICK.
HATS AND TRUNKS,
FURNITURE I, ,FURNITURE I
1.-ARC E - S T K
IV= , subscriber informs hia enatomers
IL and- the public generally that, he has
greatly enlarged .his business and has at
present the largest stook of FURNITURE
ever offered for sale in Waynesboro'. His
stock consists of •
- Dressing Bureaus,
of every description
With or without marble
tops; Wash and Parlor Stands
with marble tops, Plint, Tepay, sin
gle and double Drawer Stands, Exten
sion Tables, ranging from six to fourteen ft.
in length ; six-leg Dining and four-leg
Breakfast and Between Tables ;
'French Bedsteads, full and half
Jennie Lind; do., Cottage
Bedsteads of Various
kinds and a large
stock of common Pop
lar Bedsteads; Wardrobes,
Walnut and Poplar Safes, dif
ferent styles and prices, Sinks, Hat
Racks, Brackets, Hanging Hat Racks
different kinds, Chests, Doughtrays, Etc
PARLOR FURNITURE :
Full Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, Lounges,
Cane Brace Arm Rocker,
Cane•back Arm Rocker,
Large Cane-back Rocker,
Ladies' Dining 'Chair,
Bent Rim Dining Chair,
Bent Rim Office Chair,
Douglas' Arm Chair,
English Parlor Brace Arm Chair,
Walnut and Imitation Marble-top,
Cottage Tables and Stands,
Round Corner French, do.;
Parlor Chairs & Tete-a-teka,
The'Casket and Pittsburg Coffins always on
hand, best es a large stock of his own man
ufacture. Prompt attention will be given
to this particular branch of his business.
He returns thanks to the public for their
past liberal patronage and invites one and
*all to call and examine his stock and learn
Di'Satisfaction gliaranteed in all eager.
JOSEPH H. CREBS,
— West - Main Street,
jan 15,1'874. • Waynesboro', Pa.
CILLER E® 8990 0
SASH, DOORS, FRAMES, MAN
TLES, BRACKETS, MOULDINGS, &C.,
I shall continue the manufacture 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 given to orders; also
Grist Chopping. Post Boring and Bill Saw
ing at short notice.
TO THE PUBLIC
Tha.otful for past favors, we ask you for
a continuance of the same.
Factory milesSoutli of Waynesboro' Pa.
april 10- : tf A. M.
For the best and most popular Organs in
use. Organs always on-exhibition and for
sale at his office, for cash or on monthly
payments. Organs also for rent.
NEW TIN STORE
rir HE undersigned would most itspect fnlly
I inform the citizens of Waynesboro' and
vicinity that he has opened a new Tin Store
on East Main street, opposite Stover &
Wolfl's Dry Goods emporium, and keeps
constantly on hand a good supply of
COOK it 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, spouting 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.
• Yours Respectfully,
nov 19 CLAYTON M. FREY
WAYNESBORO'. PA., April 21st, 1873.
A ETER an absence of fifteen years I again
Illocate 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 snits 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. Etrickler's
new building, adjoining the Besore proper
ty, on Mechanic street. By strict attention
to business, and a disposition to please, all,
I hope to receive a liberal share of public pa
april 24—tf JAS. A. FISHER.
BARBERING I BARBERING 1
THE subscriber having recentry re-paint
ed and papered Butt added new furni
ture to his shop, announces to his custom
era and the public that he will leave noth
ing undone to give satisfaction and make
comfortable nil who may be pleased to fa
vor him with their patronage. Shaving.
Schampooning, Haircutting, etc. promptly
attended to.. A lopg experience in the bar
bering business enables him to promise sat
isfaction in all Ices. W. A. PRICE.
8000, Ipoo Choice Chestnut Rails for
pqst fence for sale, in front of Mon
treey Springs Hotel. Engniror.A
mar. Is4l - • H. YPTAING, Agt.
PRICE & CO., PROM. GEO. PRICK; SUPT.
- - WAY NE SB cIRO'
:STEAM-ENGINi ANDY BOILER WORKS
"- ( 11 ' ,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
• Portable 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 th - i - wear
of the Cylinder,which is always equal in au
A special point of advantage in these En
gines is our (A. 0. 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
ry plain slide valve class. We direct spec
ial 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 farm
purposes generally. Also
of all' sizes. Further information may be
obtained from the manufacturers,
FRICK & COMPANY,
• Waynesboro', Franklin Co., Pa. •
CHARTERED APRIL 2',.1870.
MITA 18 1 811'
HIRE tNISURANGE COMPART v
OF WAYNEbBORO', FRANKLIN CO. PA.
ASSETTS OVER sxso.ooo.oo.
Policies issued on Cash or. Mutual Plan,
and indemnity assured from less or damage
by fire, or by lightning, whether Fire en
sues or not.
Simon Lecron, (Pres) B. F. 'Winger,
Jacob Hoover, (V. Pres.) F. B. Salvely,
Jos. Douglas, (Sec.) A. H. Strickler,
J. W. Miller, (Treas.) Jacob J. Miller,
Q .muel Hoeflich, Geo. J. Balsley,
S mud Frantz, D. H. Miller.
This company, probited 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.
fir HE subscriber announces to the public
1 that he has the agency for the sale of
the "Remington Family . Sewing Machine"
in Franklin county. Having tested its work
ing qualities and capacity for several months
he can safely recommend it as the very
PEST HAM M' IN USE.
Its construction is such that it can be run
at a higher rate of speed than any shuttle
machine now in -use. In factories where
the speed has been registered, over 1000
stitches per minute have been attained with
ease. It is strong in all its parts, and free
from the harsh and jarring movements,
and friction, common in inferior Machines.
A simple change of the needle and thread
and it will sew the finest cambric or the
heaviest leather. The shuttle carries a large
quantity of thread thus saving in a great
measure the trouble of filling the bobbins.
The Remington has no rotary cams, cog
wheels or lever arms to make a noise, run
hard, or to gee out of order. - • -
Any girl of ordinary intelligence can keep
it in order without the least difficulty.
The subscriber also informs h is customers
and the public that he has just opened out
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLY
of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
and all other goods for gentlemen's wear.—
Ho solicits an inspedtion of his stock.
oct 16-tf T. J. FILBERT.
21 AES II iIIAIIILET .
subscriber informs his customers
I and the public that be continues the
butchering business at the'old stand, in the
celler on the South-east corner of the Dia
mond, Waynesboro', Pa. Prime beef, veal
and lamb always on hand. A special sup
ply will always be prcivided 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
ation of their patronage.
apr3o tf C. STOUFFER.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING.
THE subscriber informs the public that
J. 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. Ile is prepared to do all work in
his line with dispatch and at reasonable
prices. He flatters himself that his long
experience in ti« business will enable him
give general satisfaction.
2-tf GEO. A. RflA.
9.11 E subscriber announces to his old cus
tomers and the public generally that he
has recommenced the Butchering business,
and will be able to acccommodate theni as
formerly at the cellar in tue Walker build
ing. Persons wanting prime Beef, Veal, etc.
eau rest assured that his cellar will be the
place to get it, as lie is determined to slaugh
ter the pest quality of stock only.
Feb 27-tf IL J. CUNNINGIIA M.
A N excellent.
44 Compass and Chain, wA'a
other Apply to
may Tlf • _ A. S. MORN.
"THE VILLAGE RECORD,,"
PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSEAY MORNING
By W. BLAIR.
TERMS—Two Dollars per Annum if paid
within the year; Two Dollars and
Fifty cents after the expiration
of the year.
ADVERTISEMENTS—One Square (1
lines) three insertions, $ 1,50;fol
each subsequent insertion, Thiit
five Cents per Sqbare. A lib era
discount made to yearly adver
LOCALS.—Business Locals Test Centsper
line for the first issertion, Seven
Cents for subgeonent insertioxii
DR. M. L. MILLER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURG.EO.7f,
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of Quincy and vicinity. Office near
the Burger Hotel. apr9-tf
ISAAC N. szavELY,
PHYSICIAN AND SUItGEON,
Office at his residence, nearly opposite
he Bowden House. Nov 2—tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices .in the several Courts of Franklin
and adjacent Counties.
N. B.—Real Estate leased and sold, and
Eirelnsurance effected on reasonable terms.
December, 10 1871.
BR. HENRY BOWLS (formerly of Vir
.llfiginia) announces tO the citizens of
Waynesboro' and the public generally that
he is prepared to treat the different diseas
es to which horses are subject, including
lock-jaw. Thorough study and many years
practice are the best recommendations he
can offer. Persons requiring his services
will find him at Mintei's Hotel. may2l tf
1.1• S TRzc
PHYSICIAN & RPM.
Office at his residence.--Cor..of.the—
Public Square, Waynesboro', Pa.
DR. BENJ. FRANTZ has removed to the
new Office building, adjoining his dwell
ing on West end of Main street, where he
can always be found, when not engaged on
OFFICE HOURSl—Between Sand 10 o'clock,.
A. M. and 12 and Band and 9P. M. Spec
ial attention given to all forms of chronic
disease. An experience of nearly thirty
years enables him to give satisfaction. The
most approved trusses applied and adjusted
to suit the wants of those afflicted with her
nia or rupture. apr 23-tf
A. K. BRANISHOLTS,
RESIDENT DENTIS T
Yi XV ,
For the Best and most Popular 'Organs in Use
Organs always on exhibition and for sale
at his office.
We being acquainted with Dr. Brunie—
bolts socially and professionally recommend
him to all desiring the services of a Dentist..
Drs. E. A. HERING, J. M. 'RIPPLE,
" A. H. STRICKLER, I. N. SNIVEL;
" A. S. BONEBEAKE, T. D. Eaxxcrt.
J. H. FORNEY & CO.
Produce CallttaiB6lll,ll Merchants
No. 77 NORTH STREET,
Pay particular attention to the sale of
Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c.
Liberal advances made on consignments..
THE subscriber announces to the public.
that be has again commenced the bar
bering. Shop in the Walker building for
merly opined by Pr. Benj.Frant z. New
Razors, Brushes ' and outfit in general. A.
share of the public's patronage is solicited.
He also is prepared to shave corpses.
may2l 3m JOHN H. HERB.
LIVERY LIVERY !
THE subscriber informs the public that.
be has oiened a new Livery Stable, on
West Main btreet, at the Sanders' stable.—‘
Speedy horses and first class convey
ances furnished at all times. An attentive
hostler will always be found at the stable.
A share of the public's patronage is respect
fully solicitad. JOHN S. FUNK.
THE 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. His place of business is on Lei
tersburg street, nearly opposite Beh's Pot
tery. JOS. ANDERSON.
THE BOWDEN HOUSE
THE subscriber havingleased this well
known H Jtel property, announces to
the public that he has refurnished, re-pain;
ted and papered it, and is now amply pre
pared to accommodate the traveling public
and ethers who may be pleased to favot
him with their patronage. An attentive
hostler will at all times be in attendance.
May 23-tf SAM'L P. STONER.
BOOT AND SHOEMIKING !
ON and after the first of April next our
customers will find us in the room 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 filing
boot. We make the best work in town at
prices ranging from $8 and upwards, accor,
ding to price of material. We are perman
ent lvlocated here.
We have a few customers-that we have
asked often for their bills, and if they dq
not appear soon' we intend putting their
names in the paper, so they may not catch
hankful for past favors we aak a
continuance of the same.
War 5- tf
J. FORD 3; "SON,