The Waynesboro' village record. (Waynesboro', Pa.) 1871-1900, October 22, 1874, Image 3
•;R E P 0.1;. kP the condition of the.FIRST NATION— ` FAL BANK, of Waynesboro', Pa., at close of busimess,October 2, 1874 : RESOURCES. • Loans and Dis" ommts, , . $71,548,49 Overdrafts, • 31,16 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation, 75.400,00 U. S. Bonds on hand, . . 11,500,00 Other stocks Bonds and Mortgages 3,950,00 Duefrom redeeming& reserve 12,468,40 " " Nat. Banks, 9,218,48 a " State Banks & Bankers, 626,34 Cnrreitt expenses and tuxes - paid 1,550,59 Checks and other cash item 5,196,79 -Bills-of other Nat. Banks, - 2,106,00 Fractional Currency and Nickles, 506,45 Legit! Tender Notes, 17,415,00 7rcasurer IL S. Redeeming Agent 3,375,00 LIABILITIES. - • I eCapital Stock, $75,000,00 Surplus Fund, 15,000,00 Other undivided ,profits, 7,182,85 Nat. B'k. circulation outstanding 67,400,01 Individual Deposits, 40,301,62 - f ed cheeks 101,54 Llue to Nat. Banks, 662,83 Due to State Bks. & Bankers, 237,54 ,Bills payable, 4,056,31 State of renns3rlvania,l S. S. Franklin County I, Joseph Price, President of the First National Bank of Waynesbord',do solemnly swear that the a bove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOSEPH PRICE, Prest. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of Oct., A. D.,1874. J. B. Amszasox, N. P. Correct—Attest : Daniel Trifle, Daniel Mickley, James H. Clayton, Directors. ' act, 22 - PUBLIC SALE. THETundersigned,intending to relinquish farming, will offer at public sale, on the premises, situated along the turnpike lead -ing-from-WaynmiborotAckGreeneastle,th ree miles 'West of the former place, On Tuesday the 10th day November, '74, the following personal property, to wit : 8 HEAD HORSES AND COLTS, five of which are good work horses, 2 colts rising two years, 1 colt 8 months old ; NINE HEAD OF CATTLE, three of which are mileh cows, 3 heifers 2 years old, 2 fine steers two years old, 1 two yearling bull ; 10 HEAD FINE SHEEP; ro Id Wagon, three-inch-tread, With bed ; 1 two or three-horse wagon, four -inch tread 1 one-horse spring wagon, 1 falling-ton bug gy, 1 Dodge Reaper and Mower combined, 2 three-horse and 1 two-horse barshear Plows, 3 double and single shovel plows, smgle,double and treble trees, 2 sets breech bands, 2 sets front gears, 3 sets plow gears. 4 fly-nets, log chain, fifth-chain, butt traces, middle rings, &c., 3,000 Dry Oak Lap Shingles, about 20,- 009 oak staves and beading ; 3)0 BARRELS O . P CORN, about 350 sheaves of fodder, about 20 cords DRY HICKORY WOOD, 30 cords Oak Wood ; also 1 bureau, 1 cupboard, 1 side bca:d, 2 bedsteads and bedding, 1 dining table, 1 parlor table, 2 sets chairs, 2 large reeking chairs, about 50 yards carpeting, 1 co( k stove, 1 th u;htray, 1 iron kettle, and many oth'r articles not enumerated. ' sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day when the terms will be made known by MARY BESOItE. oct 22 311 V. Mom' •.o« PUBLIC bAL.h. PirllE subscriber, Assignee of Peter G is er, will expose to public ea'e, on the premises, ON SATURDAY TIIE 21s'r DAY No- VEMIER, 1874, a. valuable homestead, situa ted on Fancy Hill, Waynesboro', Pa. The llonse is a large Brick over two stories high and has connected with it by a large double porch a large two-:tort' Wash and Bake House, (brick) including in the same build ing three pure hydrants, large butteries, 2 complete cellars, one of which is arched.— Also in immediate connection a large two ttory Frame Wood and Coal House with Work Shop, &c. The surroundings of these building are conveniently arranged, with paved walks, sodded yards, choice shrub bery, &c. THE LOT CONTAINS 2 ACRES, and is set with cfioico fruit trees and the moil is in a high state of cultivation, lying on the sunside of the hill, and is particu larly adapted to the quick growth of both early and late vegetables. The situation of this property in all respehts is perhaps un equaled in the county. • It is especially de sirable on account of its elevated location and the line surrounding scenery. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock on said day when the terms will be made 'known by • SAMUEL B. RINEHART, Assignee. oct22 4t • Georze V. Along, amt. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is widely known as ono of the most effectual remedies ever discovered for cleansing • the sys tem and purifying the blood. It has stood the test of years, with a con stantly-growing rep utation, based on its intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re markable cures. -So mild as to be safe and beneficial to children, and yet so searching as to effectually pure out the great cor ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous and syphilitic contamination. Impurities, or diseases that have lurked in the system for years, soon yield to this powerful anti-. dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful cures, many of which are publicly known, of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils. Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St. Anthony's Fire, Hose or Erysipe las, Tatter, Salt Rheum, Scald Mead, Ringworm, and internal Ul cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,. And Liver. It also cures other com plaints, to which it would not seem especi ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep a, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Di sease. Female Weakness, Debility,F Leucorrhont, when they are manifesta tions of the scrofulous poisons. It is an excellent restorer of health and strength in the Spring. By renewing the appetite and vigor of the digestive organs, it dissipates the depression and listless lan guor of the season. Even where no diriorder appears, people feel better. and live longer, for cleansing the blood. The system moves on with renewed vigor and a new lease of life. PREPARED AY • Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Praetkai and Analvtiad Chemists. WS/ BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERT COLTS. ----- AOR 5 Two Yearling Colts,good Virginia stock, for pale. tigi 3 3 3t JAS. U. Pl4l-1-ON. NEW GOODS ! FILL IND WINTER STOCK! V 09,892,69 MESON, BENEDICT & CO'S, $209,892 3 69 E — ;pstjecve d avey)eavr sto n ryoc a 6vhic LZ the attention of all who wish to buy good • goods at low figures. We are selling all kinds of goods at low er prices than they have been sold for sev eral years. Our stock embraces DRY GOODS, FLOOR. OIL CLOTH, GROCERIPS, WINDOW OIL CLOTHS HARDWARE, IMPORTED CARPET, QUEENSWARE, RAG CARPETS, NOTIONS, Give us a call and we will guarantee sat isfaction. AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO. oct 15 PUBLIC SALE. On Saturday the 31st day October, 1874. THE subscriber will sell at Public Sale at his residence, in Quincy, on the 31st inst. the following personal property, viz : 1 PINE RIDING AND DRIVING MARE, (3 years old) 2 fine Shoats; 1 Jen ny Lind Buggy, 1 Sulky, 1 sleigh, 2 strings bells, 2 sets harness, 2 sets breeclibande, I riding bridle and 2 head halters, 1 hand cart, 1 new fly-not, 8,000 CHESTNUT SHINGLES ; 5 bedsteads and bedding, 20 yards oil cloth, ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY YARDS CARPET, 6 oil window blinds, 17 linen and paper do., 3 pair lace window curtains, 1 parlor stand, 1 child's buggy, new; 12 wool blankets, 4 counterpanes, 10 quilts, 2 chair and 3 stand attys. 4 sets chairs, 2 rocking chairs, 1 bureau, 2 safes, 1 cornencupboard, tables 2 and table diapers, setts knives and forks, 1 sett silver table and teaspoons, 3 stands, 1 chest, 3 large mirrors 1 cook stove and fixtures, 1 coal stove, (oriental,) 1 teal plate stove, 2 setts fine dishes, one sett com mon do., 12 crocks preserves, 40 cans fruit, a lot dried fruit, crocks, jugs,barrels, 5 tubs, 18 bushel irish and sweet potatoes,3 bushel red beets, 80 heads cabbage, 1 IFEED ,SEIVING MA CHINE, (NE W, a lot tinware, 1 iron kettle and rack, a lot fruit jars, 2 Meat benches 1 hand axe, a lot store boxes, 1 eight day clock, new; 2 SETTS OF GLASS WARE, 8 tumblers jelly, 1 shot gun, 1 churn a n d bench, a lot books, 1 can lard, 1 doughtray, bake pans, 25 caocks, 3 kerosene lamps, one hand bell, 2 wash bbwls and pitchers, three spittoons, and many other articles not men tioned. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day, when terms will be made known by 0. F. SUMMERS. octlsts. Boro' Ordinance, No. e. WHEREAS by an act of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, passed the 15th day of April, A. D., 1852, extending .the provisions of the act regulating Bo roughs, passed the 3d day of April, A. P. ; 1851, to the, borough of Waynesboro% there fore be it ordained by the Town Council of the Pores gh of Waynesboro' and it is en acted by the authority of the same, that from and after the urst day of November, A. D., 1874, no keeper or owner of any stal lion or stud horse shall be allowed to make any unnecessay display or show of their horses on the streets or be permitted to try any mare or cause a mare to he tried with in the limits of the said borough. Any person or persons offending against this act shall for every such offence forfeit and pay to the use of the Corporation the sum of ten dollars to be collected as other fines are by the High Constable. And all laws ordinances, or regulations of said borough as are hereby altered or supplied are here by repealed. ..Passed October 12th. A. D., 1874. A. B. STOLER, G. W. IdeGINIEY, Peery. President. .Appro'red the thirteenth day of October A. 1)., 1874. B. W. WASHABAUGH, oells 3t ] Burgess. Agents Wanted MT for D S A I Y I S 1 0 1 i BOMB .4.1111 " SIBLIL This' book gives the very cream of Sci ence, making iAthrilling realities, beauties wonders and sparkling gems a hundred fAd more interesting than fiction. Every man, woman and child wants to read it. It is en dorsed by the press, and ministers of all denominations. Sales immense. Agents report 5 2-15-46-84--S7 and 90 copies per week. Great inducements to Agents. Em ployment for young men, ladies, teachers and clergymen in every county. Send for circular. Also Agents wanted for the PEO PLES STANDARD EDITION of the HOLY BIBLE, finely illustrated. Fine bindings for Holiday Presents. Canvassing books free. I'. W. ZIEGLER S. CO., Philadelphia, Pa, oct 1:i 3:u o-- AT 1 MATTING, &c. - NEW ADVERTISEIUENTS. DAUCHY & CO'S. COLT MN. WANTED--40ENTe for the ",L1P,13 AND Exptorterrons of Da...Ltvirmuroun." l . Complete ' authentic, fresh. book. Price suited to the Alines. Address B. B. RUS SELL, Publisher, Boston, Mass. octls 4t AGENTS WANTED FOR PROF. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK On Manhood Womanhood and their Mu= tual Inter - Relations; Love, Its LAU'S, Pow ers, etc.. Agents are selling from 15 to 25 copies per day. Send for specimen pages and terms to agents, and see why it sells faster than any other book. Address NA TIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Phila. Pa.' 4t BA LTIMS2RE EYE AND • EAU, INSTITUTE. :MAN J. CUZSOLM, M. D., Professor of Eye and Ear Diseases*the Lhii versify of Md., BURGEON IN CHARM:. this Institution, established in one of the largest and finest dwellings in the city of Baltimoie,"is thoroughly organized and fit ted up with every convenience for the ex clusive treatment of persons suffering froth Eye and Ear Diseases. Each patient has a chamber to.himself, and receives every attention from skilled nurses. , The Surgeon with his family resides in the Institute, a very great convenience to the ack, especially those operated upon, who e$ bee,, visited at all times and at a mo rrient'suottce. Those desiring information will apply by letter to JULIAN J. CIIISOLM, M. D., octls) • 55 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. T 11 - EMASON Jr HAMLIN ORGAN CO., winners of Three Highest Medals and Bilis ma of Honor at Viena, '73, and Paris , 'O7, now offer the Finest Assortment of the Bast Cabinet Organs in the World, including new styles with recent improvements, not only exclusively for cash, as formerly, but also on .New Plans of Easy Payments, the most fa vorable ever offered. Organs Rented with privilege of purchase, to almost any part of the country. First payment $9,00 or up wards. Illustrated Catalogues and Circa lars, with full particulars, sent free on re quest. Address MASON & HAMLIN OR UAN CO., Boston, New York or Chicago.. octls 4t FIRST GRAD GIFT CONCERT. Montpelier Female_liumane ASSuCIATION, AT ALEXANDRIA, VA. NOVEMBER 23, 1874. LIST OF GIFTS. 1 Grand Cash Gift, $lOO,OOO 1 Grand Cash Gift, ...... 50,000 1 Grand Cash Gift. 25,000 10 Cash Gifts, $lO,OOO each, - 100,000 15 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each, 75,000 50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each, 60,001) 100 Cash Gifts, 500 each, 50,000 1,000 Cash Gifts, • 109 each, 100,000 1,000 Cash Gifts, 50 each, 50,000 20,000 Cash Gifts, 20 each, 450,000 22,178 Cash Gifts, amounting to $1,000,000 NUMBER OF TICKETS, 100,000. PRICE OP TICKETS. Whole Tickets, $20.00 Halves, 10.00 Quarters, 5.00 Eighths or each C0up0n,...... ..... . 2.00 517 Tickets for, ..... 100.00 The Montpelier Female Humane Associ ation, chartered by the Legislature of Vir ginia and the Circuit Court of Orange Co., proposes by a Grand Gift Concert to estab lish and endow a "Home for the Old, In firm, and Destitute Ladies of Virginia," at Montpelier, the former residence of Presi dent James Madison. GOVERNOR'S OFFICE; RICHMOND, July 7,'74. It affords me pleasure to any that I am well acquainted with a home majoriiy of the officers of the Montpelier Female Humane Associatiop, who reside in the vicinity of my home, and I attest their ihtelligence and their worth and high reputation as gentle men, as well as the public confidence, influ ence and substantial means liberally revre seated among them. , JAMES T. KEMPER, Gov. Virginia. A LEXANDRIA. Va., July 8, 1874.—* * * I commend them as gents of honor and integ rity, and fully ei.th led to the confidence of the public. * * * * * * * * R. W. HUGHES, U. S. Judge East'n Dist. of Va. Further references by permission: Ills Excellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Govern or of Va.; lien. Robt.E.Withers,Lieut.-Gov. of Va. and U. S. Senator elect; senators and Members of Congress from va. Beulittances fur tickets may be made ex press prepaid, post-office money-order on Washington, D. C., or by registered letter. For full particulars, testimonials, dc., send for Circular. Address, Hon. JAMES BARBOUR, PRES'T M. F: H. A., ALEXANDRIA, VA. Reliable nets wanted everywhere. 4w. POSTPONEMENTS IMPOSSIBLE $2O--- BUY A FIRST MORTGAGE PREMIUM BOND N. Y. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPS NY authorized by the Legistature of the State of N. Y. 2d Serie Drawing, OCTOBER b,1874 EVERY BOND purchased previous to October nth will par ticipate. Address for bonds and full par ticulars, MORGANTHAIL BRUNO tt CO., Financial Agents, 23 Park Row, N. Y. P. 0. Du.l.wiat 29. Applications for Agencies received. sep 17 4w • FOR COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, AND ALL THROAT DISEASES, • u•ot WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS, PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES. A Tried and Sure Remedy. Sold by Druggists. sepli 4t Assignee's Notice XTOTICE is hereby given that the under sit ned has been appointed Assigneo.of Noah Snyder and Wee, of Waynesboro', Pa. umlera deed of voluntary assignment, for the benefit of creditors. All persons in debted to said Snyder are requested to make immediate payment, and those hay h , p claims present them to the undersign ed':T. J. FILBERT, _ . aug27 Gt NIS tiC. 1 711C 1 IL 4C I -IC is /1111 E undersigned desires to inform the 1 public that ho is prepared to furnish WALNUT AND ASH • O BALUSTERS AND of any style desired. Also furnish PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS for Buildings, Estimotcs of quantities of Material and Prices. Send for price list.— Terms reamaable. GPO. F. MIN, june-I (g ib z/ // 1 r .45 // 4 41IV The oldest and best appointed Institution for obtaining a Business Education. For circulars, address P. DUFF 4: SONS, tep2-1 3 m g o in) _ pittsburg, Pa. DR. D. W. JONI'S, PRY SWIM AND SURGEON Consulting Office, No. 22. West• King St., a few doors from the Court House. Observe the sign on the side of the door. 'Office hours from 10 A. az. to 12 iv, and from 2 to to 4 ix. M., and• 6 to B.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.hini to give fullsatisfaction to the afflicted, without the use of that dendiy poison Mercury, and oth er powerful Minerals that annually send thousands to a premature grave. All Nervous tiseases 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. SEMINAL WEAKNESS. This dreadful scourge.of suffering human ity, •brenTght ,on from unnatural habits of 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 traveler 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. SYPHILIS. 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 CURED Without the dangerous medium of an oper ation. 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. All letters strictly confidential. The completion of the Cumberland Val ley Railroad to Martinsburg will make it convenient for patients from Maryland and Pennsyl — vani ±f. to call amlconsult.with the -Doctor . Dr. Jones will not visit patients except where they are not able to consult him at his office. His family practine at Martins burg is sufficient evidence of his success.— All letters must be addressed to D. W. JONES, M.D., may2l ly ,Martinsburg, W. Va. NEW STOCK. BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECiALITY 1 GOODS UNSURPASSED IN QUAL- IL4ILLF,R BROS., P. O. Wayn es boro', Pa., would revcctfully call the attention of Lic public to the fine stuck of moors, 01 all the various styles for men and , boys Is dies, misses and children, which they sel atprices that cannot fail to give satisfitetion. They also have on hand a lot of Boots and Shoes of their own Manufacture in which they offer EXTRA INDUCEMENTS. Boots and Shoes made to order from FIRST-CLASS MATERIAL and warranted lo give satisfaction. Repair ing neatly done. . ALL RIPS SEWED' GRATIS. apr 23tf 1874. 1874. NEW FILL & MINTED. GOODS! RA.T; GAPS AND NOTtONS JACOB SNIDER announces to his custo mers and the public that he has return ed from the East awl opened out au unusu ally large stack of • BOOTS AND bIIOES, HATS, CAPS, AND NOTIONS, for the Pall and Winter Trade, at Oellig Building, corner public Square,Waynesbo- Ile has ovened 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 Assignee NEWEL POSTS " The undersigned appointed by the Or phans' Court Auditor to marshall and ap portion the assets in the hands of Marga ret Hovis, administrator of the estate of James Hovis, dec'd, among creditors and, report distribution, will perform the dirties of his appointment, at his office. in Chain bersbitrg, on Tuesday the 27th day of Octo ber, 1/37-1, between the hours 10, A. M. and 4, P. sr., when and where all interested can attend. THAD. M. MAHON, Auditor. octls 2t Wayliesboro' t Pa N excellent Compass and Chain, with ..CIL other necessary fixtures. Apply to muy. i tf A. S. 310\N. MA4TINSBUI G, W. VA. -ci VEMALE COMPLAINTS • --- o - - PRICES LOW 1 -0- MIiCrZE. 0.4%.03EX LADIES' ROW: MEN' S BOOTS, SHOES;' - GAITERS, LADIES' AND CIIILDRENS WEAR OF ALL KINDS, WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR THE CASH. Also manufacturing done to order, and all work from his establishment will bo guaranteed ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS. oct 22 NOT/OX'• WHEN YOU INANT A COOK STOVE, DINING ROOM COOK. PARLOR COAL STOVE FIRE-PLACE HEATER, POR TABLE HEATER, BRICK SET HEATER, NINE PLATE STOVE. 'THE VERY BEST AND LATEST IMPROVED of all kinds,_ve hnvo on nur_tloor_and_war to give satisfaction. We have also Tinware, Hardware, Brassware, Japannedware, Tubs, Buckets, Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives, Spoons, Ladles, tin, brass and copper, Extra LI% Pots for cook stoves, Tin-lined Iron Pots, PORCELAIN KETTLES, LARGE IRON KETTLES ,AND BRASS KETTLES. lire have also for sale , CRONK'S PAT: STEAM COOKING • APPARATUS, MILLER-&-IRON'S PAT. FIVE-MINUTE CLOTHES WASH ' ER, PUTNAN'S PAT. CLOTHES WRINGER, TAYLOR & CO'S CUCUMBER WOOL) PUMP--- Stir Special attention is given to the man ufacture of our. Tinware, House and Burn Spouting and Tin Roofing, always securing the best nuoterial. in the market, and always warrant to give satisfaction. Thankful for past favors'from the 'Public, we hope for a continuance of the same by dealing justly wait all. D. B RUSSELL & SON, Sign of the Big Rod Horn. apr 28—tf Ilk JACOB lIIIRNEY'S ROM MEDIMIL _ o ___.... THE proprietor of this medicine is a grad uate of Jefferson Medical' College, of Philadelphia of 1553; since then he has made chronic diseases his speeial study— 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 Muteria Medico. and compounded with great care by the proprietor, under his own supervision and made in a scientific manner. Tho 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, Scrofula, Dispepsia, Sick•Hemlache, Consumption, Constipation, Tet ter, 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 friends. Also makes his celebrated FAMILY BIT TERS which have stood the test for a nuur ber of years. Good for Indigestion, Low, news of Spirits, Dyspepsia, Foul Stomach, Cramp, Colic, &c. Try it. Prepared only by JACOB FAIIIINEY, M. D., . Office ane Residence, 1337 Brandywine St., Philadelphia, Pa. AGENTS WANTED. Sold by Dr. J. B. Amberson, Waynesbo ro', Pa., Dr. Carl, Greencastle, Pa., J.A. Nix on Cliambersburg, Pa. may2s-13f.. OYSTERS ! OYSTERS I TUE subscriber announces to his eniztom • ers and the public that he still occupies the Basement of the Waynesboro' Hotel building ns a Restaurant. The finest oys ters the marl_et will afford served fried, roasted or stewed during day time and eve nings. Also, Bologna Sausage, Tripe, Eggs, etc. A genuine article of cider always on on hand. He will keep the best of every thing in his line and expects to be able to give satisfaction to all who will favor him with their patronage. Fresh oysters this evening. 9 dt rse" PETER CORBETT FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! WORTH SEEING 1 display of fine Furniture, such as 1 Dressing Bureaus, Wash Stands, Bed steads, Extension Tables, Centre Tables, Vat Nots, Hat Racks, Children's Cribs, &c. Everything in the Cabinet-Maker' line—the best in market, having been carefully and substantially manufactured out of the very ' best material—at H. Darnew's, 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. nov 13—tf 11. DETROW. LUMi3ER WANTED! TllF'subscriber will pay the highest, market price for 15,000 feet of Poplar and Walnut Lumber delivered in Waynes boro'. G. F. LIDY. out ltf • CAI JEftlrili U'4' RA 1 LS. So® or 1000 Choke Chestnut Rees for post fence for sale, in front of :arm treey springs Hotel. Enquiror.A war. 13-if 13. YINGLING, Agt. 13ra , 0 .Nei 0 '111" Main St., Waynesboro', Pa., Wholesale and Retail Denier in DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEM- ICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, .DYE STUFFS, • PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES, Fine Toilet Soaps, Hair and Tooth Brushes, I Ti 4 ea° ANILSE ' and everything genertilly *pt in a FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE. Compounding and dispensing department under • . PERSONAL DIRECTION. An experience of over 20 years as Apoth ecary is.a guarantee that all .PRESCRIPTIONS entrusted to his care will be CAREFULLY FILLED and according to the rules of art compound ed. COLD, SPARKLING SODA. WATER on draft during the summer months. june2s tf NEW GOODS AT THE TM NALL STONE _o-,-. f TITST opened at the Town Hall Store a RY full line of all the lite styles of XI AL 13T for Men and Boys, a full lino of Men SHOES AND GAITERS Men's Custom Made BOOTS AND GAITERS, (HEISER'S MAKE.) A large lot of and Children's Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers of all hinds, a full and complete stock of LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS, CUFFS, NECK BOWS, NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS. Thn public are respectfully to call and examine my stock before pur chasing elsewhere, as no charge wt be made for showing goods. Your Respectfully, M. if. JACOBS, apr IG-tf PRICE & iloEnicirs Popular Dry Goods House 1874. FALL An \MTH. 1874. An immense -stock of Imported and Do mestic DRY .CIOODS, at satisfactory prices. Rare inducements in all modern styles of Ladies' Dress Goods! Our stock of Men's wear IN CLOTHS AND CASSIMEItES is lard and fine. All the Novelties of the Beason in endless variety. Watch for the frequent opening of "job lots" of Auction Goods. An inspection of our stock is solicited. PRICE & 1:IOEFL1C11. oct 1 PUBLIC SALE.. xv ILL be sold at Publie Sale, at the late ` residence of 111 las Harbaugh, dee'd, iu 'Waynesboro', On Saturday the 246" October, 1874, the following persona] propetty y to wit 1 bureau, 2 bedsteads and bedduig, 3,tablcs 2 stand, 3 STOVES, TEN-PLATE, PARLOR, OK; tinware and crockery, 1 eight-day clock, a loechairs, I kitchen cupbyard, 1 iron and 2 copper kettles, kegs, tubs, rakes,.hoes, shov els, t Wheelbarrowg, 2 hand sleds, axes, saws, mauls and wedges, n'lot carpet, ONE FULL SET WAGON-ALUZER TOOLS, a large paint stotie and 'miller, 3 laddetti, one 20 ft. long, lot dry herds and many other articles. • , Sale tri commence at 1 o'clock on said day when the ,terms wilt he made known by F. A. HARBAUGH, Agent Sur Mary I larbaugtt. .out 3 to h. ,V. )Iring, luta. P/ ~~ a gar Bitters aro a purely 'Vegetable preparation, made chiefly from the native herbs found on the 'cower ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains of - California, the medicinal properties of which are -extracted therefrom without the use' of Alcohol. Tho question is almost daily _asked, "What is the cause of the unpar alleled success of VINEGAR,' BITTERS Our answer is, that they remove the cause of disease, and the patient recov ers his health. They aro the great blood purifier and a—life-giving princi ple, a - perfect 'Renovator and Invigorator of the system. Never before in the his tory of the world has a medicine been compounded possessing tho remarkable qualities of VnaGAn Ramis in healing the sick of every disease man is heir to. They are agentle Purgative as well as a Tonic relieving Congestion or Inflammation :lit;-.-Liver - and - Viseend - Organsirritilion3 — Diseases. fr The properties of Dr. WALEBRIti VINEGAR Birraius are Aperiont, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious,Laxative, Diuretics, Sedative, Counter-Irritat, Sudorific, Altera tive, and Anti-Bilious. Grateful Thousands proclaim Pm- MAR Burnes the most wond•rful Invigor ant that ever sustained the sinking 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 means, 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, Arkan sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anoke,- James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughput cur entire• country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so deringsea sons of unusual beat 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. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS, es they will speedily remove the dark colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same timo 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 body with VINEGAR, BITTERS. No epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore.armed. . Dyspepsia or Indigestion, 'Efon'd-, ache, 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 tho region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. Scrofula, or Ring's Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Affec tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Diseases, WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS Intro shown their great curative powers in the :most .oh stinate and intractable cases. . :) and Boy's heavy Ladies, 'Misses .11utton Lace For Inflammatory and Chronic Ithenmatisin, Gout, Bilious, Remit tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Blad der, these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases are causepy Vitiated Blood. Mechanical Diseases. Pe —_ _MRS en gaged in .Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, - and Miners, as they advance in life, tiro subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose ofWALir- ER'S VINEGAR BITTERS occasionally. For Skin DiseaseS, Eruptions, Tot ter, Salt-lthemn, Bloteh,m, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuteles, Ring-worm Seald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Discolorationa of .the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name cr nature, am literally dug up, and carried out of the system in a short time by. the use of these Bitters. • Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually destioyed and removed. No system - of medicine, no vermifugos, no an tbelminitice will free the system &WA worms like those Bitters. For Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo manhood, or the turn of life, those Tonic Bit. tern display so decided an influence that fal provement is soon perceptible. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood -when ever you find its impurities bursting through the ikin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Soren; cleanse it when you find it obs tructed and slugish in. the veins; cleanse itwben it foul;is your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system' will follow. A ., • U. 11. 11/cDONALD S: Druggists and Gen. Agts„ San FranclEca, California; Anil cur. of 'Washington and Charlton Ste.,'N. Y: • , Sold by all Druggists and rr HE subscriber would call the attention of the public to his stock of goods, such ns Double and 'Single Barreled Shot Guns, Seven Shot Revolvers, Single Shot Pistols of all kinds. A lot of second-band Revol vers very low. Shot belts, - powder flasks, game nags. powder, shot, caps. cartridges, ac., all of which will besold cheap Ibr caMi ht J. 11. JOHNSTON. julyintf • JOHN H. COOK'S ; TtAIICRACEER FACTORY CRACKERS, SNAPS, &C., My stock in always new and frog!. Yours itespeetinlly, 11. COON.. jnly3Otf rr TIE subscriber notifies the public that Ilie h:is contmenf.nd the Dairy busine•oi and will sitlply citizens regularly every morning with Milk nr Cre•mi ,at low rates. lie will also leave a supply at M. Geiser's fitore‘iliere prrsnns can obtain either at a rrack, by hour during day. --- ntiv 2';.tr_ • GUNS! GUNS 11 'LIGE USTO N, MD. Marraliwteres every variety of manufitetured from FRESH GROUND FLOUR.