The Waynesboro' village record. (Waynesboro', Pa.) 1871-1900, December 31, 1874, Image 3
Ayer's Hair Vigor, For sectoring to Gray Hair its natural Vitality and .Color.-- dressing th is at agreeable, Ithy, .and Adel- for reserving the It soon (=toms faded • gray . hair its angina/ _Jr, with the hairand freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, falling hail checked, And baldness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the folliclei are de, stroyed, or the glands atrophied and -- decayed ; bat such as remain can be saved by this applicationi - and-stim lilted into activity, so that a new _ growth-of-hair- is -produced._____lnstead_ of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and. vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair --from _turning gray_or_fidling off, and consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to the scalp arrests and prevents the forma tion of dandruff, which is often so un cleanly and offensive. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and inju - :ions to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for • a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else Can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy Lustre, and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., risottos' sad Analytical Chazdaip e LOWELI4-211A68• KEARNEY'S FLUID EXTRACT BUC U U is the only known remedy for BRIGHT'S DISEASE, and a positive remedy for Gout, Gravel, Strictures, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, • Nervous Debility. Dropsy, Female Complaints, Non-Retention or Inconatinence of Urine, Iritation, Inflammation,or Ulceration of the BLADDER AND KIDNEYS, Bpermatorrhoea, Leucorrhoea or Whites, irregUlar or Painful Menses, Bearing Down, Chloxiiiiis, Sterility - and - all compltunte inci dent to females. 33EARNE7'S EXT. BUCHU for atone in the Bladder, Calculus Gravel or Brickdust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Die oharges,and diseases of the Prostrate Gland KEAJtNEY'S EXT. BUCHU cures diseases arising from imprudences, habits of dissipation, etc., in all their stagee, at little expense, little or noSehange in diet no inconvenience,and no exposure. It cans os'a frequent desire, and gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions, preventing and curing Strictures of the U reth's, allaying pain and iuflamation,,and expelling all poisonous matter. Used by persons in the decline or change of life; after confinement or labor pains. etc. Prof Stook, nays: 'One bottle of Koarney's Extract Buchu in - worth more than all other Buchus combined) KEARNEY'S RUCHE permanently cures all ailectioaa of the blad der, kidneys,, and dropsical swellings exist ing in men, women ind children, no mat ter what the age. Ask for Kearney's. Take no other. Prico One Dollar por Bottle, or Six liottlue for Five Dullard. DEPOT, 104 DUAER STREET, N. Y. A phvsician in attendance to answer car respondence and give advice gratis. Send stump for pamphlets free. For Stale by Druggiges everywhere Avoid Quacks& Impost ers. .No Charge for . Advice or Consultation. Dr. J. B. Dyott, graduate of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, author of esyeral valuable works, can be consult ed on all diseasea of the Sexual or Urinary Organs ( which he has made an eepecial study )citli or in male or female. no matter from what cause originating or how long standing. A practice of 30 years enables him to treat di seases W ith success. Curet; guaranteed.— Chariots reasonable. Those at a distance can forward letter describing symptoms and en closing 'tamp to prepay postage. Send fur Guide Co Health. Price 10 cts. J. B. DYOTT. M. D., Physician & Surgeon, 104 Duane street, Now York. auglB ly NEW STOCK. -..0- BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECiALiTY I PRICES LOW I GOODS UNSURP- - kSgED IN QUAL ITY. -0- MILLER BROS., P. O. Building , Wavnes 111lioro', Pa., would respectfully call the attention of t..e public to the flue stuck . of BOOTS, SHOES Sz; 0-.A.I"I'MIZS o. all the various styles for men and boys la Ales, misses and children, which they het ZIC> "Z "-Z. G' .LL SI ME at prices that oannot fail to give sat isfitcl ion. They alb° have on hand a lot of Boom and Hunts of their own manufacture in which they offer EXTRA INDUCEMENTS. Boots and Shoes made to order from FIRST-CLASS MATERIAL and warranted to give satisfaction. Ilepair ing neatly done. All EIPS SEWED GRATIS. apr 2:41 iTorricm.. I pLOVER and Timothy Seed bought and Sulu all the time at J. ELLEN'S, Aug2o 4713 Waynesboro', Pa. NEW GOODS ! 0 --- FILL AND MU STOCK _! [T'} .1,10 wE have 'just received a v ery' v ery' heavy stock of Dry Goode, to which we call 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 eev eral years. Our stock embraces DRY GOODS, FLOOR OIL CLOTH, GROCERIES, WINDOW OIL CLOTHS HARDWARE, IMPORTED CARPET, QUEENSWARE, RAG CARPETS. MATTING, tkc NOTIONS, Give ne a call and we will guarantee sat isfaction. AMBERSON, BENEDICT & 00 oat 15 J. N. SNIDER, BOOK SELLER, STATIONER AND BOOK-BINDER, CHAN BERSBURG, PL. KEEPS constantly on hand and for ale, at the loweat prima, School aud Miscellaneous Books, Blank Books, Paper, Envelopes, &c Icauctia savoca of well selected WALL PAPERS, 808 D ERS AND WINDOW Fi II A DES, • CROQUET GAMES, BASE BALLS BATS, RUBBER FOOT BALLS, Etc. Gold Pens, Zephyr and Germantown Wool, Brackets, Wall Peel:o6i, Towel Racks, Pock et Books, &delude, Shawl Straps, and Fan cy Goode, which we respectfully invite the citizens of Waynesboro' end vicinity to call and examine when visiting ChinnUreburg. april 23—tf GAgent; Wanted W tar OD 'S DAYS' Qr., KM= AU VL DMA This book gives the very cream of Sci ence, making its thrilling realities, beauties wonders and sparkling gems a hundred fold more intereking 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 52-46---11-80-87 and 9(i copies per week. ' Groat inducements to Agents. Em ployment for young men, ladies, teachers and clergymen in every county. Send for circular. Also Agents wanted fur tho PEO PLES STA NDA RD EDITION of the HOLY BIBLE finely illustrated. Fine bindings for Holiday Presents. Canvassing books free. P. W. ZIEGLER S CO., Philadelphia, Pa. oat 15 thn SADDLE AD HAMS VIKING. TIME subscriber informs the public that -11- lie has changed his quarters, and can now be round in the room formerly occupi ed by William Blair us a mining ()Mee, on the second-fluor, where he will con tinue the Saddle and Harness making business. Ile is prepared to do all work in his line with dispatch and ut reasonable prices. lie flatters himself that hils long esperienve in do business will ena!de him give general satisfaction. GEO. A. RNA. Butchering Again. rrinE subscriber announces to his old cue tomers and the public generally that he has recommenced the Butchering 'businesii, and will be able to acecommodate them as formerly at the cellar in tne NValker build log. Persons wanting prime Beef, Veal, etc. can rest assured that his cellar will be the place to get it, as lie in determined to slaugh ter the liest'quality of stock only. Feb 27-1 f T. J. CUNNINGFIA M. WANNitagilia° LEYIELY. 171;:eir, lutess t I : FU i ls n 'Kh havi n g subscriber in , gsurestirreefr info rms rom the his old customers and the public generally that he has resumed business with a new complete out fi t. horses perfectly safe and gentle, either for riding or driving. his ve hicles are new and suitable for all purposes. Ile will take pleasure in accommodating the public at all times at, reasonable cash rates. An attentive hostler always on hand. Qall at the saddler shop of Wm. P. Weaglev. FRANKLIN WEQtaL} Y. March 6. 1672--tf, ASBESTOS ROOFING PAINT Old Shingle, Tin, Felt, and other Roofs can be made water-tight . , and rendered servi ceable for many-years at a trifling cost with 'H. W. JOHN'S Patent ASBESTOS ROOFING PAINT and CEMENT. ASBESTOS ROOFING for steep , or flat roofs in all climates. ASBESTOS PAINT, all colors, for general purposes, in cans, keys, and barrels. .ASBESTOS4BOILER FELTING, Sheeting, Lining Felts,Rooflmng Materials,etc. These materials are prepared ready for use, and can be easily applied by any one.— Send for descriptive Pamphlet, Price Lists; Instructions, etc. LIBERAL INDUCE MENTS TO anTERAL MERCHANTS AND DEALERS. )'CAUTION.—The public are hereby cautiotitd against Purchasing or using anv materials for the above or similar purposes, purporting to contain • ASBESTOS, unless they bear our name and dates of patents. H. W. JOHNS, 87 MAIDEN LANE,W. 'l. PATRNTEB AND SOLE MANUFACTURER,} ESTABLISHED 18b£4. 9w DAIMONS. "Smith's Illustrated Pattern Bazaar.b OILY Only ONP DOLLAR anor OEN • 2013 • • • • 11011 ibi s DEBI Polonstee—Verz Lwow IMMO. rolosalse—All size 81014111aglaTioanionique-..:,....... ._,....„ ..... .. _ , -, law. Lows Waist -Latest, deaign—All filsee-. -Pattern, witl - bilotts - nincta4bo-....._ • - -,------ -- .. ' - WM — . . 131 W! 81111-44 y :_...:_ h;1 . 36 . 9 So e '' • • ratlortle WOe ti thlllcdcl, flonecttn._ • - .•7',_.3-,_ ,';•:..-• i' ,- . '. _ . .:•.`.::• : , ',.-L:'. 21G .- , ~r. 4 e. ~..-, . ,.F.... . ii• . . ,- .. 11 ., •;-:- ... :;: 4 7!,::::: ..., ,•., ~,• :: :,• , .: 7 ; . :- ...:::. ,..- ;4 . ', . .. . 7 .: :- %ii 7;,!::.-.,:.V• : , .!d:;• . e.;.,. , e. , ~•7:.:...- s i ‘,, .- ',, . .. ~. ;;'' '.l; . ',.. '' '-',. :, i7., , , 4 . ... ' ict ,' :s.. '' Z1.1 1 t , :' , ...! * •:. -.. : • -,4* - - . ..', 4 1 ~.,, :IS . - 2 ''!.'-'-‘..."'• t ' ' '2 i • 7 ' l tl - . 4 q •••%•?'' 1 : .- ••,'. .• sc i 11516. lady% Coat Waist — All theca—Pattern, with Cloth rilitticli, 25 cents. --...., ';. 1 / 4 -,i - ;. tilbli. Greek.Overskirt—Beantlfnl—Pattern. With Cloth filo/lel. 25 cents. Aai • . ~ :::i' ' Is. Lady's Overskirt—Latest end Most Styllah—Pattern, with Cloth Model, ISO cents. lb. Samna Cloak—Surpasses all others—Ail Sizes—Pattern with. Clo th Diode], 50 cent& 1. Lady's Walking Coat or Jacket—A ll Sizes—pattern. with Cleth Model, 25 cents. g • gime perfect CIATII NOD EL with every pattern, which fIhOWS jest how to pot the CO' meat together, after being act by the pattern. They aro rrIEFEvr clulDEsi. • Anir Pattern on ebb page mailed upon receipt DE nuarlard. price. lagieullanaskSrat_illenta." .i,„, WiIOLESAI. E a m Yor $2 worth of Patterns at the arked prico send $1 .13 0. For(3 ..; N 0 worth eevals2:2B. • For $4 worth need(e. The pereonwho - tap a sends 13 for S 4 worth of patterna, will 'bo entitled! to the ; lit % BEZanr for one year FREE, nithont premiums. CI TANI SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR ' l'i d g MUMS ILLUSTRATED PATTERN BAZAAR) ''MO Only One Dollar and Ten Cents a Tear. ikto. it ' And a splendid PREMIUM to each Sub , scriber FREE I See below. inr-sniTw TW O of the above patterns and litrnnies tv e . nuertumen.otrDorgriesdoEnlarey wortato I ig of will pli be tter m i e p t it •d ga l . inai, to be selected when youTVCCIVO your . ltiogazino, or lit an timillt ft 2r4 9,6,84rE1if timr,..4 -41 )7 P"tifIANIAECbP1181.8C1 4.IIARY AND HER I'ET iraiLbili.. 0 Who " MATRON," "UNWICLCOMIKTISITOI4" - ThosoCl4l o jy known, osul bELL lag A DILYfor tem $8 to O S each. ar3EMP 17'Z' Ih. C:Mall:1113. We win give onpChromo extra to the perean wiles leads as twOrpkgtrTnlo2. o 9.and ta. stamp" for vetoes . irclu I orkihnxioriaird Rollers) at Cam Limo. vomm I. we WinleVetwo Cbrotnos extra for ftvo ardscrlbeis; three Monroe estri foe own ; sour Cibromoe extra for eight, oe YOUR CHOICE. of an enormous -ireaber et beautiful Premiums( See .IiIAZAAR.) Each Subscriber man sal Wee %So§ 401. Y iliji l igi idE livit.r.rit4 3 ll;f 0160 .00 In Cold Coln ie , 50 Persons who uptho ungest club forth° ft amber • between now and t7j . a rum:. The person w ho op the LarQ'est Club will get 2L7.6 in geld coin s ar a Premium on Retry Se Sent In. liesilargeet ;125 in etc., ate. We a NIS 31.000 to 004111 oa last BAZAAR, to 30 pervono whose mum and addscetwe Ibe roma m tele BAZA with the number that each one sect. Get a , and les. ample mailed for 26 mote. ' Smiths' histeuction 800k..* or " dannAn of peer®akloB;lo ootato. a*liod for one etame t 114143 1". O. A. BYRD TE SMITH .rem, wa s. ._ ' 914 roadway, mew York Oftyr HAVE YOU TRIED JURUBEBA APR YOV WEAZ, innvoca, OR DEBILITATZD ? Are you so Languid that any exertion re• quires more of au effort than you feel capa ble of making? Then try Jurubeba, the wonderful tonic and invigorator, which acts so beneficially en the secretive organs as to impart vigor to all the vital forces. It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stim ulates for a short time, only to let the suf ferer fall to a lower depth of misery, but it is a vegetable. tonic acting directly on the liver and spleen. It regulates the Bowels, quiets the nerves, and gives such a healthy tone to the whole system as to soon make the invalid feel like a new person. Its operation is not violent, but in charge had by great gentleness; the patient expe riences no sudden change, no marked re 'sults, but gradually his troubles "Fold their touts, like the Arabs, And silently steal away," This is no new and untried discovery, but has been long used with wonderful remo• dial results, and is pronounced by the high est medical authorities, "the most power ful tonic and alterative known." Ask your druggist for it. For sale by JOHNEFFON, HOLLOWAY & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. dec /0 4w SISORT POBTPONRILENT-DST FIVID - FULL DISTRIBUTION. FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT. Montpelier Female Humane AIiduCIATION, AT ALRLII.NDRIA, VA. MARCH 290, 1875. 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 Gilts, 6,000 each, 75,000 60 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each, 50,000 100 Cash Gifts, 500 each, 50,000 1,000 Cash Gifts, 100 each, 100,000 1,000 Cash Gifts, 60 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 OS TICKETS. Whole TiCkets, $ 1 2 0 0 ..0 4.10 0 Halves, Quarters, A. 5.00 Eighths or each Coupon, 2.00 54 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," it Motitpeller, the former residence of Preid-' dent l imes Madison. Govaallotest/rince, lawns; OND, July .3, '74. It affords me pleasure to bay that I inn well acquainted with a largo majority of the officers of the Montpelier Female Humane Association, who reside in the vicinity of my home, and 1 attest their intelligence and their worth and high reputation as gentle men, as well as the public confidence, influ ence and substantial means liberally rerre sented among thorn. JA3IES T. KEMPER, Goy. Virginia. Aturaxont..4, Va., July 8, 1874.—* * * commend them nsgents of honor and integ rity, and fully eiditled to the confidence of the public, 4, ir 4 * * * R. W. 11 U GIIES, I.T. S. Judge East'n Dist. of Va. Further references by permission : Ilis Excellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Govern or of Va.; lion. Robt, E.Witlrers,Licut.-Gov. of Vu. and U. S. Senator elect; senators and Members of Congress from va. Remittances fur tickets may be made ex press prepaid, post-office money-order on Washington. D. C., or by registered letter. For full paaticulars, testimonials, send for Circular. Address, lion. JAMES BARBOUR, Puits'r M. F. 11. A., ALEXANI)RIA, VA. Reliable ag'ts wanted everywhere. dee 24 4w MARYLAND EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE 66 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. ItID2IUIIIIII Eye and Ear surgery in the Washington University, • Furgeon in Charge. The large handsome residence of ihe late CHARLES CARROLL has been fitted up with all the Improvements adopted in the latest &Imola; or EUROPE, for the special treat ment of this ehiss of diseases. Apply by letter to GEORGE REULING, M. D., dec24 4w•] Surgeon in Charge. CIONST ANT EMPLOYMENT—At home, VMale or Female, V.. 10 a week warranted. ho capital required. Particular and valu able sample f, co. Address with 66 retinal ktamp, C. xoss, Willinua.qiu3z, N. Y. dec24 itini. VEt tbs TAS- sod . in AN- I mos , s A rre INN UAW /YT,' eg • _ .s am be IVIREPH 6c. ITHHIC In EVERYBODY'S OWN PIIYriICIAN by C. W. GLEason, M.D. A' magnificent vol ume of 488 octavo pages—lrautifully illus trated and elegantly bound. Contains mat ter just adapted to the wants of every fam ily. Over MO engravings. One agent sold 100 copies in one wec.l‘, another 30 in three days, and another Min four days. Ammo WAprren. Address at 011 CO, IL N. McKm say & Co., 725 San'som 6t., Phila. declo 4w yunsAMPLE to AKents. Ladies Combina tion Needih-book, with Chromos. Send stamp, DEAN & Co., Now Bedford Mame. doclo 4w WORK FOR A Ll.---At borne, male or fe male ; $36 per week, day or evening. No CAPITAL. We Seta valuable package of goods by mail free. Address with ten cent return damp, M. Yocum, 173 Greenwich St., N. Y. declo 4w IIUANTED--AGENTS for the Beet Selling V V Prise Stationary Package out. Sample Package, poet-paid, for 25c. Circulars free. J. DB 11 )8.1767 Broadway, New York. declo 4w AGENTS WANTEDI DirLom.t AwAnnau for lIOLMAN'S picTo BIA L BIBLES NEW 1300 Illustrations. Address for circulars A. J. HOLMAN Or Co. MO Arch St: Phia. WHAT I know about Agents, or how to dear $lOO to $2OO per month selling Chromes, Stereoscopic Views, Maps and Charts. Apply at once to D. L. GUERNSEY Concord, N. it. A GENTS, 46000 boxes Chang Chang sold last inonrh. Enables any one to polish shirts, collars and cuffs equal to new. Costs only one cent to do a large ironing, and preservesthe linen, necessary as soap and sells at sight.. Mon, women, boys and girls furnished with steady employment, partic ulars free. Au elegant chrome given with each box for 35 cts. CHANG CLUNG 11.181111 f. Co., 7 West st., Boston. dec24 4w Now and Second-hand,of first-class makers, will be sold at lower prices for cash, or on installments, or for rent, in city or country during these hard times and the holidays, by HORACE WATERS & SON, 431 Broad way, than ever before offered in New York. Agents wanted to sell Waters' New Scale Pianos, and Concerto Organs. Illustrated Catalogues mailed. Great inducements to the trade. A large discount to teachers, ministers, churches, lodges, schools, etc. dec24 4w COMMISSION PAID BOOK AGENTS on now and most popular books by ono of the largest subscription firms in the coun try. $2 books for 80 ets.; $3 books for $1.20, &e. No humbug. Send for circularsand see. Address P. 0. Box 529 Ilartford,Ct. dec24 COUGHS, COLDS, lIOARSENE,Sf4, AND ALL THROAT DISEASES, USTE WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS, PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES. A Tried and Sure Remedy. Sold by Druggists and dec24 4w Johnson, Holloway tt Co..Pbiladelphia, Pa ► NHE BPSt Dialogue Book. -To be sent I post-paid for twenty ecnte. Address Rev. W. 11. Kingsbury, * Tarrytown, N. Y. dee 24 4w WINTER I-N-IILLINERY MISS KATE STICKEL annorawris to her lady customers that she has just re turned from the East with a complete as- aorta:neat of tlio latest utylea of WINTER MILLINERY GOODS ! Bon nete4, Hate, Eati ill, Laces, Ribbons and Flowers, Braidsoka Thankful to the ladies for their past pa tronage sho invites them to call and vatun ins her new winter selection of goods. novl2 tf Harp er's•Magazine. There is no monthly Magazine an intellk gent reading family can afford to be with ont. Many Magazines are accumulated.— Harper's is edited. There is not a Map-. zinc that is printed which shows more in telligent' pains expended on Hs articles and mechanical execution. There is not a chea per Magazine published. There is not, con fessedly, a more popular Magazine in the world.—New England Homestead. 11 *t.:ASIO4 „niftpiee, mustard i t:ltAt:4 ;11113 I Jother tipices whole or ground.AlrATElt Crackers, ginger sunps, 231.1 atlteid!s liroecry I Y fan'crstchers at IZeitn, tirocery of tbem. Big Gast beiow ft Fliteel, $l.OO. el, ISC) cent& 300 PIANOS ANT) ORGANS, Cr) PER CENT WHEN YOU WANT A COOK STOVE, INING ROOM COOK PARLO t JI. . 5,' FIRE=PLACE-IIEATER,TR TABLE =ATER, BRICK SET lIF.A.TER, NINE PLATE STOVE. TILE VERY BEST AND LATEST Th!PROVED of all kinds, we have on our Ibor and war ranted to give satibfaction. We have also Tinware lltru ware, Bra sswase, Japa n en ware, Tubs e k e ts,• K . I) iNTS and Forks, Butcher Knives, Spoons Ladles, tin, brags and copper, Extra Iron 'ots for Look. stores, Tin-lined Iron Pots, ERMWEiRM ~'rE-JRON- IETTLES AND BRASS KETTLES VT have also for sale CRONK'S PAT. STEAM COOKING .APP.SRATUS MILLER Az IRON'S P.T. 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 Barn Spouting and Tin Roofing, always securing the best moterial 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 with all. D. B RUSSET', T. & SON, Sign of the Big Rctl Horn spr 33—tf -s2o WI! .L BUY A FIRST MORTGAGE PREEN DOH OF TIES W7ENCT - Y - CORK ' INSIUSTERAI EXtiteltinN 80, -0— These Bonds are issued for the purpose of raising funds for the erection of a build ing in the City of New York,to be used for a PERPETUAL WORLD'S FAIR, a permanent home, whore every manufac turer can exhibit and sell his goods, and every patentee can show his invention; a centre of industry which will prove a vast benefit to the whole country. For this purpose, the Legislature of the State of New York has granted a charter to a number of our most wealthy and respec table merchants, and these gentlemen have purchased no less than eight blocks of the most valuable land in the City of N. York. The building to be erected will be seven stories high (150-ft. in height), surmounted by a nagnificent dome, and mill cover a space of twenty-two acres. It will he con structed of iron, Brick and Glass, and made fire-proof. The bonds, which are all for $2O each, aro secured by a first mortgage on the land and building, and for the purpose of making them p'opular,the directors have &bided to have quarterly draw irn,s of $150,- 000 each ; this money being the interest on the amount of the wholo loan. Every bondholder must receive at least $21,00, but he may receive $lOO,OOO I Or $35,000, $lO,OOO, or $5,000, or $3,000, &c. Every bond purchased. before January 4, 1875, will participate in the THIRD SERIES DRAWING, Held MONDAYJANUARY 4, '75. CAPITAL PREMIUM, $lOO,OOO. These drawings take place every three months, and eventually 'every bond will participate in them. Address, for bonds and full information, MORGENTHAU, BRUNO CO.,Financial Agents, 23 Park Row. New York. Post Office Drawer 29. Remit by Draft on N. Y. City Banks,Reg istercd Lotter or P. 0. Money Order. Postponement/3 Impossible under this plan decl7 3w ERRORS OF YOUTH A gentleman who suffered for yearstfrom nervous debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youtbfulfindiseretion will; for thq sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and direction for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Snfferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience can do so by ad dressing in perfect confidence. JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., N. Y. dee% fint TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, having been permanently cured of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple remedy, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the proscription used,free of charge, with the directions for preparing and using the some, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &e: Parties wishing the prescription will pleme address Rev. E. A. NVILSON, dee2.ll Om 191 Penn St., Williamsburg, N. Y Administration Notice. 74:TOTICE is hereby given that letters-of ad:ninistration upon the estate of Jacob Sbank,lttte of Wash. tarp., deed., have been Fronted to the undersigned. All persona indebted to said estate are requested to nuke immediate payment, and those hav ing claims alatinst the same to present them properly authenticated for Hell lement. - JOSEPH 11. (1:1::13 , 3, DAVID SHANK, Administrators. d et 3 Bt] ~~° ~~~~ ~~~ ~a o - 41- Main. St., Waynesboro', Pa., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEM ICALS, PATEN S f MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, TA RNIS7IES , DY E STUFFS, PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES, Fine Toilet So Ips, Hair and Tooth Bruehes, TOBACCO AND ,SEGAIIB, and everything generally kept in a FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE. Compounding emit dispencing department under PERSONAL DIRECTION. An experience of over 20 years as Apoth ecary is a guarantee that all PRESCRYPT/ONS entrusted to his care will s CAREFULLY FILLED and according to the rules of art compound ed. COLD, SPARKLING SODA WATER on draft during the summer months. junen if NEW GOODS! AT THE TDVIII NALL 374311 TUST opened at. the Town ITall store a fa full line of all the late styles of for Mon and Boys, n full line cf Men sHor,s AND GAITERS Men's Custcnn.3.lrale BOOTS AND GAITERS, (HrisEß's :111,K 1,q.) and Children's Shoes, Gaiters and Slii.pers of all kinds, a full and complete stut±. of LINEN AND PA rim rm. I, A li S, • CUFFS, NECK BOWS, _NOTIONS OF ALL KlNl►k; keir - The public tre respectfitlly uvitctl to call and examine my stock before pur chasing elsewhere, as no charge en be made for showing goods. Your Respectfully, apr 16-tf 1874. NEW FALL &WINTEII GOODS er Rillfg v‘ M'S UM rgIi,V.DHS t Di= TACOB SNIDER annoimees to his custo- Of mere and the public tii,tt ho has return ed from the Ent and opetktl out an unusu ally large stuck of • ,• BOOTS AND SHOES; ' • • • . - HATS, CA PS, AND NOT TONS, for the Fall and 'Winter Tra,le. lit. (.'cilig Building, corner #ublic WayneLlio- LADIES' ROOM. Tie has opened an additional men) in fl it s same building . ewclitsively for the ladies.--- To this department of the btu-hie:'F ten ion lar attention will be given. 11iaateek con sists of MEN' S .1300TF-1, SIIOES, GAITERS; ',4011e",- LADIES' AND CIIILDIU WEAR OF A LL I.IICDS, IVIIICIT WILL BE MOLT) AT TJI LO E.: :17 POSSIBLE PRI CO; FOR TILE CASH-. Aho manufacturing done to order, and all work from his establishment will be gmntr.teeti ALL RIPS SEWED GRATIS nrt 22 _Stove far Safe. ETITIE subscriber offers for sale a 'Morn iug Glory Stove with oven att/elli d, a; good as new, coal bucket, pipe, et'. Pile! tlEtPtl upon which - ll:reason:llde E.T.A t . eriA be given. It can be seen at of Wm. Stewart in- de:l7 Zit . B. STEWAI.T.- _ 'l ri, gar Bitters are apurely Vegetable preparation, made chiefly from the native herbs found on tbo lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, the medicinal properties of which are extracted therefrom without the use of Alcohol. The question is almost daily asked, "What is the cause of the unpar alleled success of VDTEGAR Buss 2 , P 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.--Nover-before -in-the-his-- tory of the world has a medicine been compotualed possessing the remarkable qualities of VINEGAR BITTIOS in healing the sick of every disease man is heir to. They are n gentle l'urgativo as well as a Tonle, relieving Congestion or Inflammation of the Liver and Titteral Organs in Bilious Discuses., ' The properties of Dn. WATzmat's VIXEUAR Brrrnes are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative Counter-Irritant, Sudorific., Altera live. and Anti-Bilious. Grateful Thousands proclaim FIN. EVAR Bynum the most woud•Fful Invigor- ant that ever sustained tho sinking system. No Person can take these Bitters according to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not de stroyedliymineral-poison-orether-meaus,- 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 Itates, especially those of the llississippr, Ohio, Missotni, Tennessee, C.umberland, Arkan sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during sea 'sons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive dermagemcnt tr and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow erful influence upon these various or gans, is essentially necessary. There le no cathartic for the purpose equal to.Da. J. WALKEr.'s VINEGAR BITELIRS, they wilt speedily remove the dark colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the Mine time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Fortify the body against disocoo by purifying all its fluids with VINEGAR lirrTens. No epidemic can hike hold of a system thus fere-armed. 11 , 3*Spepsia or Indigestion, Head ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightnces of the Chest, Dizziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks. Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms,_ are the offsprings of Dvapepsia. One bottle will prove n better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement; ficrefula, ,or .liing'l4 Evil, White rhvellin; e, tleers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, :-.tervfulous luflammetions, Indolent Inflater:intone, Itleretiri n 1 Affec tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., ere. In there, es in all constitutional D!ecasc-s, \VALIUM'S VINEGAR Byrn - eta have shown their great curial; e powers in the most ob stinate nad intrat table cests3. For Infinonnatory turd Chronic Itheutnal ism, Gout, Bilious, Remit tent and Intermittent Fevers, I)iscases. of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Blad der, these Bitters intro no equal. Snell Disease's are caused by Vitiated Blood. Heehtniral Diseases.—Persons en- Izeged in' Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, mid Miners, es they. advance in life, are subject to paralysis of the Dowels. To guard against this, take a done of WALE EVE; VrIEGAR l3irrnns occasionally. For Skin Ilse ISSN, Eruptions, Tot- Salt-Rheum, Iflotchinf, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Dells, Carbureles, Ring-worms, Scalit.hesd, Sere Eyes, Erysi l ielps, Itch, egmrls, Divolorations of the Sion, Homers and Diseases of the Sh'in of irhatorer name or nature, are literally dog up and crirsiod ont of the system in a shoat time by the lige cf these Bitters. • Pin, Tape, and oilier Worms, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually ilestixkved and removed. No system of medicine, no verrniruFes. so an ibamiuities will the system from worms Lite these Bitters. , For Female Cemplain'es, in Tatum or old, mauled or single, at the bairn of manhood. or the turn of life, there Tonle Bit ters display so &laded an influence that im provement is Flom perceptible. CIOIISISO ikoVitiated liked wlien over you find its impurities harming through the shin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; eleanse it when you find it Obstructed and slugish in the veins; elanm t e it when it is font; your feelings will teil.iort - rhen, Reap the blood pure, mid the health of tlukrysteta • mezo.n:Avr> ccEzr- , -- Enrxptste and tarn. A gt‘., San PrinfeksivirxSiftiatfa,. and oor. %Vast:legion and Glonitxrti Sttir;N: S' • ;1 • Egad by all Druggists umi-Drstaso4,- and Boy's heavy OM= Button Lace JOHN H. COOK'S r'" STEAMMACKERFACTORv :Ikf ant: eve7y vltrirty of M 6 .4—fiLPS, &C., F 1: I.:;: 4 1 D Y . ; .0 Ult. My stock is 81 ways nc.x- :Ind fresh. 51 aynt r snbNcribor has for sztle a fine lot of St. Ready-made Rio Boots niannafetnreel nine or lon worths ago, which he will dib pose of at reasonable prieo3. W M. STE W et hT, lliugguicl, I.ld. dee] T3w • rOO Musket Barrels in trade for anything my line of business. 7-Sliot Revolv ers at from $4,:':(3 to s'9, and everything else at r...duced prices. J. H. JOHNSTON'. decl7 tf CI-10:VMMZ SMM3D. la] ANTED-1000 Bush. rinver Seed, fur wh..aik the higheut cash prim Will b• p3i(l by ' ZOSBPLITTS GROUND, deeSsir Lei'Apiiburg, lIAGL:ItS'rO',VN, MD. ti fat.; t: re (II from yours lic:peetll !I )11ti tr. C. 007. WANTED !