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EETII 1 . TEETH ! t TEETH !! t
BEAUTY ! BEAUTY 1 BEAUTY
BEAUTY!" BEAUTY! BEAUTY
BEAUTY ! 'BEAUTY:! BEAUTY
Nothing .e,ontiibutes • , •
more to beauty of the
features than a PER-
AT, REGULAR, •
pkw,/i.N SET OF TEETll.while a neglected,
' filthy,diseased Mouth
disgusts vary - WWI - -
. . er. Such things are
. noticed now-n.-days
'much more than formerly; and good teeth
•shitl a sweet breath are •
' Bible to - every LADY •
13hWARE of all preparations which are
for 'WHITENING the
• teeth. They contain
an - seid Which - des
stroys the =Alm. Dr. Forrest keeps con
stantly oh hand of his •
own Preparation a sn
DER,which keeps the
Teeth absolutely clean, leaving the color of
the Enamel just as na
__tare 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 manafacture 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 executd. Office next door
to Bishop's Art Gallery, Main St., Cham
bersburg, Pa. H. FOBREST, D. 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.
9111 E subscriber informs the puplic tha
Y he has several paterns of
Iron Fencing and Porticos, Wagon
Boxes, equal to the English
Box; Matz and Self-sharp
ener Mold 13oat ds, Lan
sides, 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 Beve
Jacks ; also the
METCALF EXCELSIOR POST
BORING NYOOD SAIYING MACHINE
the shop prices for which are, $50.00 with
out saw, $05.00 with saw. IVill saw from
20 to 25 Cords of Wood per day—also saws
Shingles. One man can bore friint 250 to
;iOO posts per day. Can be run with water,
steam or horse power. Two different kinds
of z4...ausage Cutters and Stutters.
fig''" Xll repairing done in the best man
ner and charges reasonable.
i feel thankful for past favors and hope
for a ,:ontinuance of the same.
JO,IIN L. METCALF,
1111 1 s—ts
- WI:SONS in want of vehicles of any de
ll_ 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 btuck
and learn his prices, which he feels warran
ted in saying will compare fitvorably with
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 Sallie in the
future. . J A COB ADAMS.
C0.A..01 - 111rAM1 - N - 0-.
The subscriber announces to his friends
and' the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory formerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is now engaged in the above bus
iness, on Main Street, at the East end of
IVaynesboro. Haying . 'a knowledge of the
business, and employing n. , -) , ) but the best
workmen, and by strict attention to busi
ness he hopes to merit a chart of patronage.
All kinds of new work on hard orders tilled
ilia). 14 tf
GEO. ;POI A W fun
TREES & FLOWERS
T WOULD respectfully inform my old
I.friends and the üblic generally that I
propose to canvass Franklin county during
the summer soliciting orders for trees,
FRUIT, SHADE iSr, ORNAMENTAL.
I represent the firm of ATWOOD, ROOT
tPc co., Geneva, N. Y., who are able to sup
ply all the vet y rare and
CHOICE STOCK OF TREES;
there is nothing in the market possessing
merit, but what we can supply. Especial
attention to Pinm and Pear stock is invit
ed. Flowcrs.stocks and Bulbs in great va
riety, and all of the new kinds not obtain
able elsewhere. A. D. GORDON.
A ' ER an absence of fifteen Yearit again
locate 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 must fashionable and durable
manner. Also plain suits to suit certain
classes of men. Particular attention paid
to cutting men and boys clothing all in
&yin, Scouring and renovating done up e
qual to any outside of the cities. My place
,of business is on Main Street, next door to
Amberson's Drug Store, and 2 doors West
of the Waynesboro' Hotel By attention
to business, and . a disposition to please all,
hope to receive a liberal share of public pa
tronage. Respectfully, tt:c.,
oet:44", JAS. A. FISHER.
f HE 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. He
will also give prompt attention to all kinds
of repairing. A share of the public's pa
tronage is respectfully sodeited. '
aprii-tf THOS. I3ItINGMAN. •
FREIGHT WAGON !
,7-riITE stt,l::',criter inform:l his ettstomeN
:it,l th., pith:lt• that It. his
freittht, witgoit tniq twi - x,t.en Way:tot-4)or°
Gr0. , •11e..., PC.r.-,rts rleAritig coal or
r freigikt tti• fro Kill plit,i_->egive
•t 4 tila cgAll. `'Ail orders t....Ln be left at the
- Store of Martin Gelber.
DIN account - of the - scarcity of money - will
offer his goods to CASII and l'aemsT buy
era, at a small advance on coat.
White and Brown Sugars,
New Orleans Molasses.
Mackerel & Herring,
Soaps, Garden Seeds,
will find 12 varieties of fancy Crackers and
Cakes, including the Straw-berry, Macar
oon, Lemon Snaps, Lady Gingers Spice J u ra
bies and Mushroom, Cove Oysters of the
best brands in one and two pound cans,
Dried Beef. In short anything wanting in
the Grocery line can be found in good stock
and at low prices for the "ready money."
ger' 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 holler need have no uneasiness as
to whether the company can hold out—l in
sure against accidents in the Travelers of,
Hartford. juno 12-tf
OMNIBUS LINE AND LIVERY STABLE,
11 HE undersigned still continues the same
business at the old place. Office alai
Stable in the rear of Washabaugli's Tobac
co Store. His. Omnibus leaves Waynesbo
ro' in the morning at 7 o'clock, and zeturns
at 7 o'clock in the evening. is-stage also
leaven at 9 o'clock. P. M. for the W. R.
R., via. of Monterey Springs.
This line connects at Monterey with the
Gettysburg Stage at 11 o'clock, every day,
In—All express matter promptly attend
ed to with care. All express matter not de
livered can be had by calling at Washa
bangles Tobacco Store.
FOR ; ~• pA.LE. •
One Spring Wagon, nearly new, with pole,
'shafts and three springs, all in lime •order.
On easy terms. .-
may 7tt J. 11,..WOLFERSBERGER.
J. N. SNIDER,
EEPS constantly on hand and for sale,
Jilat the lowest prices,
School and •
MORD FRS A ND
FOOT BALLS, Etc.
Gold Pens, Zephyr and Germantown Wool,
Brackets, Wall Poekets, 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 Chamhersburg.
removing the Pump, or.dis
turbin(4 the joints. Also the
copper chamber, whichever cracks or
scales, and will outlast any s ather. Forsalo
by dealers and the trade gdtierally: L - lithe
for Matchley's Pump, and if not for sale in
your town, send-direct to -, -
CHAS. BLATCULEY. Manufactnrer,
50(1 Commerce Sty, Philadelphia, Pa.
mar 12-81 a
- FARM FOR SALE.
THE Heirs of George Wiles, deed. offer
their farm at Private Sale, 'which con
_A.O R FJ S ,
firk quality of LIM.F,STONE LAND with
good improvements. If not sold the said
farm will be for rent. For further informs -
fion enquire of Alio undersigned living on
the premises. JOHN WILES.
1171i7 - 341C. .A., X 3.31111)
Sugar Cured Ham,
Salt, Conc. Lye,
Kerosene and Safety Oil
Lemons, Oranges, &e.
Also Essences and Extracts
for cooking purpOses
A nice line of
and Fancy Cakes.
rie NIL' PARTIES
STATIONER AND BOWt-BINDERI‘
CI I A NI DERspicrlzc„,
of well selected
Improved Cucumber Wood
Pump, - Tasteless, Durable,
Efficient mid Cheap. The
bed 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
HT GOODS ! NEW GOODS !!
II AS now on land and for sale a full line
liof NEW GOODS for gentlemen's wear
for Spring aid Summer, such as
Syl ups, Molasses
Il°--.11Lj1111.1i. ' ..1 '' t..111.1
of every description, all of which will be
Also a complete assortment of
Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Call
and examine the Spring and Summer Styles
_No_troublo-to-show-goodFtT — Roneuther the
place, South-cast Corner of Public SqUare
june 5, 1873
MIXER, BAGGED AND POWERS!
7.\ o implement more Important to the
fhrmer than a First-class Gram Thresher and
Cleaner—for none pays him so well and so
The above cut shows the only Geiser Ma
chine now built under the immediate eye
of the old inventors themselves. with all the
additional improvements made during the
past 1S years, and now with
FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN 4S: MATERIA I
this Itfachi - .e 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 gram fit. for
market. But the fact that grain direct from
this machine commands from 2 to 3 cents a
bushelinare than grain direct from any oili
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
whelv it was thoroughly and practically
tested, in competition with other leading
machines, always agree that it is more sim
ple—more easily understood, and operated
by those unskilled ill machinery—more du
rable—threshing us much and yet cleaning
bet t er—with less power and more comfort
to hands than any other machine in use—
and besides all that is sold for less 'limey
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 IS years. To supply tau
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 sl9u to $360, without
power. We also make the latest impproved
taiple-geared Horse Powers, suitable for
each size machine, ranging from $OO to $135,
and all fully and fairly warranted. For
further information send for circular and
Responsible Agents in Territory not in
Tim GEISER, MA INITFAC'G CO.,
. WAYNMISORO', Franklin County,
Jan. 21-tf Pennparlvanin
• - •
WM. 11. FUNK having retired from the
livery business, the subscriber informs
his old customers and the public generally
Mat lie has resumed business with a new
conipletk outfit. Horses perfectly safe and
gentle, either for riding or driving. Ills ve
hicles are new and suitable for all purposes.
He will - take pleasure in accommodatinix the
public at all times at reasonable tlish rates.
An attentive hostler always on hand. Call
at the saddler shop of Win. P. IVeagley.
FRANKLIN W EAU LEY.
March G. 1572-tf -
M E .
Feet of different grades of
30,000 Pine Board Lumber for sale
by - FRICK & CO..
innylst f S. E. & B. Works.
"riff; subscriber would call the attention
of the public to his stock of goods,
ns Double and Single Barreled Shot Guns,
Seven Shot Revolvers, Single Shot Pistols
of all kinds. A lot of second-band Peva
vers very low. Shot. belts, powder flasks,
game aags'. powder, shot, caps. cartridges,
r., all of which will be sold cheap for
cash by J. H. JOHNSTON.
jai) . ltftf
SPRING AND SUMMER• !
- GEORGE- BCERNER
tiold at prices to suit the times and
made to order with neat
ness and dispatch.
His large, well seleetedsteek of
GUNS 1 GUNS 1 !
1874. SPRING. • i 8174.
STOVER & WOLFF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,-
White Goods, Embroideries and Laces
Boots 'it Shoes, Cedarivare, Hardwarv.
OUR Dry Goods Departnient " consists in
part_ofLatdies Dress-Goods, Black Silks,
Black and Colored Alpadeas, Empress Cloth,
Japanese Cloths, Mohan's, Poplins, Lustres,
Percales, Lawns, embracing everything in
he Dress Goods line otibrecl to the trade.—
A FULL STOCK OF HENS WEAR
English, R Amercan Cassimers,
Linens, Jeans, Denums, Doeskins,
Elk. Cassimere and Cloth.
Notions and white goods of every variety,
•Hambur edging and inserting Ruining,
Honey Comb Quilts, Napkins,
Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets. -
Lace and Linen Collars
• Head Nets.
A full line 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 prices
fore purchasing elsewhere.
STOVER & WOLFF.
nsitLx"lowfays be found a full and prune
T S &ND SELOES.
BATS AND TRUNKS,
PAPER COLLARS AND NECK
US PE NDERS AND
119.-Watelies and Jewelry repaired.
North East Corner of Public. Square
Dee 5, 1572—tf
P 25 '2EL` HID -Tar
Offers at low prices a large number of So.
1 Cook StoVes for coal or wood' the best in
market, also the Celebrated Morning t,lu. v
Stoves, with and without ovens, at reahred
rates. Also a mpuber of other Base Burn
ing Stoves—also Pavlof Cook Stoves—Par
lor and Fire-place Heaters, the best in mar
ket, all of which he will yarrant and sell at
less rates than any Stove House in Waynes
Ile is now prepared to put 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 roofing 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
MANSION HOUSE NATELI,
R.W. Cor. Fsyett at St. Paul Sts
OPPOSITE MARNUIWS CITY HOTEL, -
P.M, MD _
Terms $1,50 Per Day.
• ISAAC A.LBtRTSON, Proprietor.
J. S. HARPER, Manager. nov 21—tf
"V's • . •
The oldest and best appointed Institution
for obtaining a Busine's Education.
For circulars, address
• V. DUFF Jr. SONS,
sen 2-1 3m e o in] Pittsburg, pa.
FURNITURE Fulimiunt 1.
L.ARC E ST..O:C K!
iraE subscribei 'lnforibs his customers
d the public generally that he has
greatly enlarged his, business and has at
present the largest stock of FURNITURE
ever offered for sale in Waynesboro'.' His
stock consists of
with or without marble
tops; Wash and,j'arlor Stands_
with marble tops, Flint, Tepoy, 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,
Mattresses, dz.e., &c.
Cane Brace Arm Roc i ker,
Cane•back Arm Rocker,
Large Cane-back Rocker,
Ladies' Dining, Chair,
Bent Rim Dining Chair,
Bent Rim Office Chair,
Douglas' Arm Chair,
- English — Paritce Arm Crair,
Walnut and Imitation Marble-top,
Cottage Tables and Stands,
Round Corner French, do.;
Parlor Chairs Sr. Tete-a-tetes,
The Casket and Pittsburg Coffins always on
hand, besides a large stock of hisowti 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
gerSatisfaction guaranteed in all caser.
West Main Street,
avian c AD'S %
SASH, DOORS, FRAMES, MAN-
TL FS, B.R.ICKETS, MOULDING'S, &C.,
I shall continue the manufitctut e or 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 Dill Saw
ing at short notice.
TO THE PUBLIC
Tha..sful for past favors, we ask you for
•► continuance of the same.
Factory 1.1 miles South of 11'aynesboro',Pa.
april 10=tf, A. M.
NEW TIN STORE
nndersigned would most espectledly
I inform the citizens of Waynesboro . ' and
vicinity that he lets opened a new Tin Store
East Main street, opposite Stover
Wolil'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 Clone in his
line with neatness and dispatch, such as
tootling, Apouthtg, and repairing. Yon 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
'immure of the same. r •
CLAYTON M. FRE•I
B. T. BAABBIZ"T'S
Pure Concentrated Potash
Of double the Strength of :toy other
I have recently perfected a t►ow method
of packing. my Potash, or Lye, and am 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. Palls, and in no other
way. Directions in English and lierman
for making hard and soft soap with this
Potash accompanying each package.
B. T. BABBITT,
junelB lOw 64 to 84 Washington St., N. Y.
BARBERING ! BARBERING I
rj"IIE subscriber having rea-ntiv re-paint
ed and papered and added new furni
ture to his shop, announces to his custom
ers and the public that he will leave noth
ing undone to give st.tisthetion and make
comfortable all who n ay be pleased to fa
vor him with their patronage. Shaving.
tichampoonin. t' , flair-cutting , etc. promptly
attended to . A long experience in the bar
ng business enables him to promise•sat
isfaction in all cases. W. A. PRICE.
DIM - 4125 "JIIP It 4 :11C ..111.:.4 111 •
THE undersigned desires to inform the
public: mutt he is prep:tied to furnish
WALNUT AND ASH
of any style desired.
PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS
for Buildings, Estimates of quantities of
Material and Prices: Send for price list.—
Terats remonable. GEO. F. MIA ,
june4 tf -Waynesboro', Pa
CIANNED FRUIT.—WiII not lionsekeep-
Vera save the wUry cannlm, and save
money, by buying their canned Peaches,
Strawberries, Fine Apples, Tomatoes, &c.,
already prepared for use: 1 hare made spec
ial arrangements, with asehable packing
house, to funds!) choice fruit and vegeta
bles,-as the Bison progresses, at very low
figures. Try them. W. A. IZEID.-
TiXOCK & CO., PROPS, CEO. MUCK, SUPT.
STEIII-ENGINE AND BOILER VOHS
STATIONARY AND 'PORTABLE
Portable Saw Mills,
and all other Machinery made to order.
The above cut rexesents 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 wo?king
-Imix making them durable and ecoittomi
We build Horizontal Engines with box
beds of different sizes and designs and up
on the most improved plan.
We also make Upright Engines of differ
ent sizes and styles, and where economy of
space is an object, they have some advan
tage over the Horrizontal, also in the wear
of the Cylinder,which is alwajs equril in an
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 oporation as those of the ordina
ry plain slide valve class. - We direct Spec
ial attention to this superior valve, and in
e'". — give special attention to Portable
Engines and Saw Mills; also Agricultural
Engines for threshing main and for farm
purposes generally. Also
of all sizes. Further information may be
obtained from the manuticturers,
Flt 1 CR R COMPANY,
Waynesboro', Franklin Co., Pa.
MAE TEBED APRIL a t 187 at
• .iYActill,r)BDlrj? •
- . MUTUAL
FlißiE (NSURANCE GAIMPArIyt
OF WAY N EbBORO', FRANKLIN CO. PA
Polliges issued on li or llntual Plan,
and indemnity assured from loss or damage
by lire, or by lightning, whether Fire en
sues or not.
Simmilweron, (Pres.) B. F. Winger,
Jacob Hoover, (V. Pres.) F. 13. Snivels,
Jos. Douglas, (See.) A. H. Strickler,
J. W. Aliller, (Treas.) Jacob J. Miller.
Samuel Hoak'', . Geo. J. Ilalsioy,
Saumel Frantz, D. It. Miller.
This company, probited by Charter from
insuring in specially hazardous can
on all safe elass property ; is econninieal iu
its management and has p.siti its losses
without any assessment upon the premium
All oraers fel. Insurance promptly attend
ed to by
D. 31. GOOD, Agent.
FRU SEWING MUNE!
subscriber announces to th , public
L.that he has the agency for the bale of
the "Remington Family Sewing Machine"
in Frank; n county. Having tested its work
ing qualities awl capacity for several months
he can safely recommend it as the very
RES,T X 1 410.111.2fE z VeSE.
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 perminnte have been attained with
ease. It is strong in ail its parts, and free
front the harsh and
. jarrhig movements,
and friction, common to inferior machines.
A simple change of the needle and thread
and it will sew the finest cambeic or the
heaviet leather. The shuttle carries a huge
quantity of thread thus saving in a great
measure the trouble of tilling the bobbins,
fhe Remington has no rotary cams, cog
wheels or lever arms to make a noise, run
hard, of to get o 0 order.
Any girl of ordinary intelligence can keep
it in order withont the least difficulty. .
The subscriber also informs his customers
and the public that he has just opened out
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLY
of CLOTHS, GASSIMERE% VESTING.%
and all other goods for gentlemen's wear.—
Ile solicits an inspection of his stork.
oct 16 tf T. J. FILBERT.
31 A SU. 31 Alt E T
rrHE Subscriber informs his customers
and the public that he continues the
butchering business at the old stand, in the
celler on the South-eastorner of the Dia
mond, Waynesboro', I'a. Prime beef,. veal
and lamb always on hand. A special sup
ply will always be provided for Saturday
evening. Bologna sausage to be had tft all
times. Thankful to the public for. past en
couragement lie hopes to merit a continu
ation of their patronage.
apr3o tf C. STOUFFER.
TIIE 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 priutug office,
on the second-floor, where he will con
tinue the Saddle and Harness making
business: Be hi prepared to do albwork in
his line with dispatch and at' reasonable
prices. Ho flatters himself that his lohg
experience in the business will ente)le him
vice general satisfaction.
2-tf GEO. A RNA.
vrillE. subscriber announces to his old ens
tamers and the publiclenerally that he
has recommenced the Butchering 'business,
and will he able to acccommodate them us
formerly at the cellar in tee Walker build
jug. Persons wanting prime Beef, Veal, etc.
can rest assured that his cellar will be the
place to get it, as he is determined to slaugh
ter the best quality of stock only.
Feb 27-If T. J. CHINN I NMI A M.
ILNNAill4JN,alspice, mnstard,cloveS and
'other spices whole or ground.
ASSETTS OVER srso.ooo.oo
j trnetn '74]
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING.
V ITH this rare medicine in your house
you can do without purging,by means
of.Pilla or Powders. , You can do without
Salts, Castor: OH; Citrate of Magn este, Senna
or Manna, and so on.' You want nape 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 dem
fo# by the most delicate woman as well as ,
the robust man. ,It is very palatable, and
therefore easily administered to children.
ItIS the only vegetablepreparaPon existing
which will answer in the place,of,CalomeL
;Regulatinith — e - ietion of the Liyer, Without
making you a life-long victim to the use of
Mercury or Blue Pills. " It will open the
Bowels in a'properand wholeromo manner
—being composed of suitable medicaments.
• - There is nothing like Fahrney's Blood
Cleimsner,- for the cure of all disorders of
the Stomach, •Liver, •Bowels, Kidneys and
Bladder. For Nervous Diseases,. Headache,
Costiveness . .v rr.
anda enmgements of the internal •visee
ra. You have in this„medieine a P.lxacon,
for some of the most painful and dangerdus
of all diseases.
lavEnCommArgrs.—The state and quali
ty of the bile must first be attended to, in
order to preserve health. The bile in a vi- .
tiated state, or when not duly secreted, is
oftener obstructed in the liver and gall blad
der, and becomes a st urea of dyspepsia,con
stipation, and morrow; coniplamts, jaun
dice,-etc. The Panacea being strictly veg
etable, and- containing great antThiljions
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 theirpurses and _
patience in search of health.
GiThliness of the head, dullness of the -
mind, foetid breath, coated tongue, loss of
appetite, pains and -weakness in the stout=
ach, onlargethent of the liver,yehoWness of
the skin, constant fever and thirst, with n.
total disrelish for - buSineSS:plettsure. or any
kind of employment—. . „FAH RN EN'S
PANACEA, if taken and persevered in for
a few dgys, will remove this whole. class of
symptOms—The_ fluids of the body-become
pure, the mind elear,the-stoinach strength
ened, the tongue clean,t he appetite int prov
ed, and the whole sygem so benefitted that
disease, during bad weather,is less-liable to
"An ounce of Prevention is worth mare
than a Pound of Cure." The Panacea will
not only cure old standing-and malignant_
complaints, but is one 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 degrees
of all such tliseases depend altogether up
on the condition of the blood, for if this 11.•
tal fluid is deranged,you will hike a disease
much more readily than otherwise,aind the
of foreign matter in the blood. This is so
reasonable that we need not here make any
This medicine is highly recommended for
all chronic or ohl , stamling complaint6much
as Scrofula, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Rheumat
Prepared by P. FA lITINEY'S BROS. & .CO.,
Way esbo ro l ,, Fran k lin county. Pa.
.E.:o141 by F. Foortlimma and I% Burns Am
berson, M. P. Druggists, Waynesboro', Pa.
SPRING IND MIER GOODS,
COON & STONEHOUSE
U.VVE just received a large and well
lAselect , d stock of Soling and Summer
Goods, which they offer to the Norio of
Waynesboro' and surrounding country at
the lowest cash prices. The stock consists
in part of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
id the newestisnd latest styles; donds of
43ry-tleseription for men and boy'H wear;
Bleached MI ins,
Linen & Cet
ton Table Diapers,
a large lot White Cotton
Quilts, very' cheap,
Table & Floor Oii Cloths,
Oil & Paper Window Blinds '
Ladies Lace Points Al
a large_ lot of Stockings,
Handkerchiefs for men,
Women and Children
Linen, Lace &. rapper Collura
Laces, Edging and Inserting,
Silk and Cotton fringes anti
Trimings of every desdription
Kid, Silk and Cotton Gloves; -
and everything else in notion line
Boots, Shoes and Straw Hats,' Ladies anti
Childrens Gaitem, Shoes and 'Slippers.. to
gether with Groceries, Hard rare, ‘Vooden
Ware, Queensware, Glassware, and Wall
Paper. Calland see our goods before
COON & STONEIIOI.7.
oct. 30. 1873
BOOT AND SIIOEMMING
UN and after the first of April nest our
customers will find us in the room now
occupied by Win. Blair as a Printing Office.
where wd intend carryingon 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 he otir con
stant aim to make a heat anti artistic fiting
boot. We make the best work in town at
pekes ranging from St; and upwards, tumor
ding, to price of material. W e are Imman
ently located here.
We have a few customers that we have
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
DEirThankful for past favors we ask a
continuance of the same.
mar 5-tf J. FORD R SON.
WORTH SEEING !
IrrEIE display of fine Furniture, such as
.I. Dressing Bureaus, Wash Stands, Bed
steads, Extension Tables, Centre Tables,
Wat Nots, Hat Racks, Children's Cribs, &.c.
Everything in the Cabinet-maker line—the
best in market, having beep carefully and
substantially manufactured out of the very
best material--at IL Deniow's, 3 doors East
of the Presbyterian Church, East Alain St.,
Waynesboro', Pa. Call and see his display.
Prices low. Thankful for past -favors ho
hopes to be able to merit a, still &rater
slava of the public's patronage..,.
now 13- 7 1. f 11. Drrßow.