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,agricultural and horticultural matters, with
'eight illnelrations. bears a ivell.Oilled Ed-
Altar's Table,Ladies'Dfpartinent in •AnsWers
.In ingoiries, 'etc ! , , ; No ; . one interisetc'd in
-the,culture of 'the' in' City , or tonntry
-,-,nati fail to ree : e the full : c(tai s cif a gnat!.
-ly,subscriptio'n, row thill-Ilingle,nutabor.—
Tii&GenneiseePartinr 'a ithi "chlwfiesi,a
gricUltitiallnignalla the , , ant! with
one exception-is said to have double the
circulation ot any similar paper in this
contitty Or , in Europe. It costs on y5O
cents a year. We advise all 'ow.. agricul
tura and•borticultural friends townbsCribe
'for the new volume at Awe.. Send the 50
cents - in stamps to the publisher, JOSEPH
HARMS. Rochester, N.
_Y., 'or get one of
your neighbors to take it with you and
send a dollar bill. Subscription received
at this office.
rr Wm. Van Dyke, whose parents re
side fu Mereersburg, Franklin Countyi
who was wounded at the battle of Drains
ville,'has since died--ot his wounds.- His
body has been sent home to his friends,
Etecottiating.-4 number of ladies can
vased the Bormgh yesterday. soliciting
contributions to the fund - of the Relief As
sociation. and 'we are gratified to learn %bat
they have met with liberal encouragement.
• - [For the Recoil.
TRIBUTE TO MeCLIIIIAN.
Lo! what hesperian breeze hath flung
A gintit's arm - arottml the young
Co&aim! temple of the brave,
The preciotis boon our fathers gave.
Ab! see him bravely , l nldly slam!
On broad Potomac's hostile strand.
And give the Ts ord—lhescrusbing blow
To every cowering rebel foe.
Immortal hero! gracious friend,
A grateful people yet will send
A chaplet that shall ever twine
'flat calm, abet placid brow of thine.
When Freedom Writhing, groaning bled,
And Hope'n• majestic voice had nod,
Hind fortune gaye, and, calmly blest
This 'nighty ilectoy of the West.
No pomp oua heraldry of fame
Were sought to gild his honor'd name,
No gallant deeds of chivalry—
His only cry was LIMIT!
. That shout hes echoed through the land,
And rouses by its stern command,
The passive heart and sleeping eye
To guard our glorious destiny.
IMPORTANT . ,
Or The Patrons and friends, and the!
public-generally'. of -
Eastern Cities, remin deda of
n to o t i !r h Lo fi t i l l i e e
All of the MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES.
His stock of FRENCH CLOTHS and CAS4I
MERES he. calls ,particular attention to, as the
best in town. Also, one of the best assortments of
FURNISHING GOODS in town—all ready for theit - in•
spaction and benefit, arid-kindly asks a call-from-all
persons desirious of buying Goods in hie lino, at ex
LtckcisocsKr LP Ps®®623B
In the NEWLY FITTED ROOM, next door to
Updegraffs', Hagerstovvn, Md. Elan. 3, 1861.]
- Like piercing thunders, fie at' and loud,
When bursting nature's m ty shroud,
" A rallying cry from glen and plain'
Seems rending earth and sky in twain.
Immortal min! if thou wilt save
Tll6 starry sheen otir fathers, gave,
Posterity shall bless thy name,
And ever sing thy deathless fame.
BUTTICD ; • • • - • 15
LARD - - 7
WAcos (Irims)' 10
DO. sides 7
Do. shoulder 7
WA VA/586./io', Jon. 3,-1862.
BUTTRit 1 '‘ WAskIED WOOL
ACON (hams) _
BACON (gives) 7 BNPARND
BACON (shoulders) 7 I DpiEp APPLES
From the Baltimore American of Tuesday last.
FLOUR.--The Flour market was quiet
but firm to-inlay.. , The, market may be quo
ted as closing firm at $5 621a5 75 fur
choice brands 6f Howard Street; $5 50 for
Ohio, $5.121a5.25 per bbl. kir regultr
shipping brapda 01 City Mills Super.- -
Extras ,are *apt hat steady at the quota
-lions below. Baltimore Orouird- Family
and Extra are selling at the quotations be
low. We quote Howard Street Super at
95 50a5 62; Extra to Fancy 'do. at ss.a
6.12; .Family do. at $6 5047. , , 1 '
GRXIN.-.-W heat was exceedingly dull
this morning. All-the -offerings_ changed
handkai 1193126ett.. to ccuiiiiinn in " (air
whites; 130a140 cts. for good to primp do;
and ,we quote 'choice whites at 145450
etc., but•there was none in market. feeds
sold at 1258120 ets. for (air to good, and
12a139 eta.. for.prime do., a tfacline of 2
ct per bushel .' 'Corn was in pretty fair
re nest, and prises were a shade firmer.—
,§ lee were Made,of some 10,000 bushel at
584facts.,jor common to prime new yel
low; 6005 cis, cts. for. .; ' white., an
adVance.of 2 cts.4 and.. we . , quo - od -to
priumiild yellow at 65467 cts.; • nd Ao.,
old white at 881170 cts. • Oatto -Were lather
quiet Ind prices. were a shade firmer.—
Sales were made of Maryland at 38a41ots.
,and , we quote Pennsylvania 'at 41a43 , 415.
~ In Rye there was nothing done, , but, , we
viola it -nominal st'Bs4o ' me: for Atitry.
lied:end 75a77 ets.'for Pennsylvania.
SEEDSI-SCieverssit iS selling in Small
letcat $4 5044 75 'pet: bushel of 84 lbs. fur
giociiito;prime.,, Titaothy at s2a2 25. - •
6000 Rails foskiiale. r
ripHE subscriber has now .ori- hand' 50 . 00 good
UHESTNUT RAILS which be will dispose
Qi on ressoirablu. terms.. Also—Tone good ROAD
'WAGON. L. S. FORIC.Eiy ,
oivitEpt-T, • •.;
THE Cabinet Makeet3hop now occupied by Ja
cob Bender.. This is au old eitabbsbed, Maud
and favorably located for a good workman... Ariqy'
-to • • - • B. tS.',CHOXEL.
gaps --11:. •
'l 4 l,A,S.'64l.4ll,ltouuktokquisk *44 tVospe
1,11. , . :; .Bvioum7e..
BY M. O. N.
NEDTT & CO.
()ROI, Jen. 3 .862.
SoA.P -- - 4to 6
TALLOW - - - 8
WASHED WOOL - 30
UNWASRED Woof, 20
PARED Aucints 00
DINED APPLES •• 00
10 UNWAILIED "
TIMOTET SEED -
4n6 'FLA XBRED
10 PARED PEACHES 00
CALENDAR FOIL 1862.
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January . 1, .2 8 4
"12;s 18 ''l4 : 15 :AO Jr:18
''l9: 20 . '21 : 22 'l3 •'24"'25
27 28 29 80:'zclif
,2 3 4 5 $r: ; , ,7 8
9.10, „1.1 13 1 ,,13, t 4 15
19,217 10 ,' l9 , 20 21 22
2r 24 26 28, 27 . 28
Mach , , 1
.." 2', 3 6 '" - .0 r• 7": 8
- 9 10 11 i2 - . 1 13 - 14 15
- 19 • 17.- 18', 19 • 20. 21 22
• *23 24 25 •20 27 .28 29
April 1 2 3 4 5
•0 7 8 9 II 12
• 13 .14., ; 15 16 - 17 - I‘l 19
20 22 23 24 25 .20
27 28 29 -30
1.2 - 3
4 5 8 -„7 8 , 9 10
11 12 13 14 . 15' 113 17
18 19, 20::,21 22 23 24
- 06 . 07 . 28 - 29. 30 31
Jane , . - _1• : 2 :4 5 6..
9: 10, _ll IV 13 14
'ls''l6' 17 . 10 00 21
22 23 24 . 25. 26 27 _OB
29 • 30 . •
July . . 1 2 s__ 4 5
• ' 8' 7 8 9 lir 11 12
13 14 15 1 0 17,. 18, 19
t 29 41 '22 23 . 24 .. 25 56
• 27 728 :29 30 31 • :-
August 1 2
8 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 la 14 16 16
.11 18 19 20 21 22 23
25 26 - 27 28 20 80
September 1 -2 3 4 5 6
7 8 '9 'lO 11 - 12' 13
14 15 16 17 18 'l9 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 20, ao .
October 1 2 3 4
5 6 ,7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 • 21' 22 '23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -
9 10 11 12 18 14 15
• 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
December 1 2 3 4 5 if
7 ,8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 10 17 18 19 20
21".22 23 24 25 20 27
28 29 30
ECONOMY 1N LIGHT
IMPO . RTAPT INVE T1ON!
SUDS° N'S TRANS4,KcENT CONES,
-Used on Kerosene and Coal Oil Lamps, save to
the consumer one third of his expense
Re who consumes twelve gallons of oil in a year
needs but eight gallons to produce the mil e quan
tity of light. This fact is susceptible of the clearest
demonstrations With ,the brass cone or dintifily
used, one third of the light is concealed. The
transparent cone conceals none. Sensible " men do
not light candle and put it under a bush cl,"aci.
thee will they continue to use a brass cone to cover
up the light.that is so
,easily made available, by
Transparent Cone at a trifling expense. Another
reason for the use of these Cones is, the y do not
conduct heat to the oil in the lamp, and with them
very light oils can be used with gaiety.
WHAT IS 'SAVED.IN A YEAR(
Ist.—Ond third of the cost of the oil, which is e
qual t 0.53.60 a year.
.21.---. You have a clear light, (large or stuall,), free
from the unpleasant oily odor caused by the brass
conk*. This, is worth &nigh& .113.50 a yeat.:
3i1.--You are secure against accidents from the
use of volatiltbild—and this, is , irdith stili.-attothdr
$3.50 - a y'e'ns. •
.Here is $10.50 eavod in ,one year by the Use of
one 'tone , Phial can be bail of almost any Ciauxitry
Merchant for .12/ cents,
2 Also a large assortment-of Cerosene oil Lamps of
the Istebt styles for sale by . .
N0v.1.1. F. KURTZ..
[ i 1. J,
NEW EST - Al3l:sig4l4,EN T I
. . . ,
THE' enbseriber ' would inform the 'eititens .of
Wayneshoreind the public 'that
meiiiled•tbe;Shoetiniking buvineee in t . a' Busetnent
tit Kuitt's Hotel; .wliere. be'lvill 'et' all- tinier be in
readinev`i-tbikeiotntoodate' those who may give him
It tell: .- ; • " '' - • '' '' '• . '`' '
ifooe.r's • D"gHOEI
made to order, on shed notice, of tho best material,
and upon .. the most reasonable terms.
Oct 25. 'MOS. ItINGMAN.' ,
TRAXED trorn ; the„premises of the.subscriber
Oen the 18th-of llecetpber.,G b)sek spotted Shoat ,
about nine 'heaths odd•; and - 1' yeunewhite blew, all
[narked Avith' Whole in the left - Any Informs
thin leading to their whereabetits will be thunklullst
received ind•liberilly 'rewarded. •'
Ltec27-.-3w . V. B. GILBERT.
74.0 'Sae or .
THE a. h;iyyr ; IFof Fiazokp,Sta'ck
, 43,"fet and irichue.ipoji4gieter, wbich
hp milli , Lt*nioof,i9wzi irtl/isciBo.oo Yogi, vreb „4.4.
4.ce a4dr,eqt, -
A atiliOLTY. wanting anything ut
4ity",e in Iwe ,?$
naortment at _ , ' ' :'
•r►nd In excellant,atliiile, of ~ iimiostni4'.•Qn, alevays
IdZi• Cratil rit kr ' AI. =0
' • •
OF, - -
PALL AND WINTER
trtE respeetfully inform our customers and all
persons who wish to
that we have just returned front_ the eastern cities
and are now r4ceieing a large - and — well selected
CO. CD CE) TX) 15M3
of all kinds, paterns, varieties and prices, Which we
promise to sell as cheap, and on , as fair, terms, as
any other house in town or country, and we feel
confident we can deal with all in such a manner
as to 'give entire satisfaction
The following comprise part of our Stock !AM
ie alwayi on hand.
of all kinds for Fall and Winterovear
• A Ipaern4
• - Silks
*A HEAVY LOT OF
DOMESTIC GOODS :
_ Tickings, •
Over shoes, .
dr_c 7 .-•
We tender our thanks to all .our friends and cus
tomers for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to us and request a continuance of the gamin
AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO.
Nov. 22, 1861.
BEAVER, in connection with his Variety
• Store, has commenced the manufacturing of
1.0 iOTS. and SHOES in all its various branches.—
Having employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, ho
is prepared to produce the finest, neatest and most
durable work,mado. anywhere.
MI aro invited to call. , •
A large stock of Hats and Capsaand Eastern man
ufactured tShges and Boots of the best make, on
hand; Clocks, Trunks, liners. Tobacco, &c., dre-
Yost,get thu very.best KEHOSENE there. A ew
fittliogs aro wanted. J. HEAVEI
.Hcc,6 . — months. .
ACA RD.—Kind friends and patrons, you have,
my warmest thanks for your very liberal en
couraginent. Having discontinued the manufactu
ring of shoes •SLi., on my own account, and engaged
myself;,with J. Deaver, attire Vanity Store, I be
speak for, him the'continuance.of your patronage.—
Do come and see us at our new place. •
\ Dec 6 / • J. COOPER.
FOR FALL AND WINTER!,
FRESH EiII . PO.Y'S . OIVE)j MONTHLY!
As. ADAMS •viroultlLrespeetf illy inform his
pntmns soil the public generally that he has
re tutted drum the Eitatera,cities . with iigettera I as
sortment of Really-Made-.
FALL. AND WINTER CLOTHINII,_ _
ombhici ell the latest sty fed of Coats, Pa n ts, Vests.
Shirts, Collura, Necties,, suspenders, etc., etc., all of
which - stre,•vvelf.finule; The:public cordtally.in
%hell to cull and examine his goods, us ho is deter- I
torinined to sell at shurit'pepfits.
He will Continua . to -CrirrY. ori' the •businesi I
of Taditring,,na.lieretofuro.. . Persons desiring. gar
menti cut out Or made up:are - itivifeil to give - him a
. eeit fnabionif received regularly. ,
eulta . Orlayr zelpeeyolly annohirceal .10 ,hes
_1; friend" aati-tbe.tititilic generkaily ;that ba.trati.sr
poled a f,le ,ar y, Nyliyaelboro , end iglus*
iirepsred toiiac,cusiptodato. pho robac,generailj, with
oval p . the shurteet uutice, s . siftst. 7 .—
• riersoris airisirset 'hirini„erther lot
rtitisig oi driving. would do will to give hint n call.
atock mei bl.en• *elected with -great '.'care.'ess re•
gniAle.--gnilthls...o--stufl , npnalyAntvoling - otiinH2lBl4ls - •
al and carc.,g,ex nen all in good cuaLlition,
ln..ii4ove',ittcli will be kept 'lit lent - Dr.
l'ersuins wishing to Aire! will (i,uuac
0 1 114 iu Inc dnilersiiined at Liewsities' ti Alter: '
MRI - 11 ENE arid Ituinitirr WA al ui ss. nil •noti,—Gsv • .11.411 - hilf.l l NßP.t!.' ol ,44"
• halid,*dt • • ;. t t :47014)rtint•td - iii' 1 . 1 :VI %V ;Ott' 'ii
113'1V:ifs can be bath ut • t
. um. gel( re" • • 1:1:
I# PEAS' Letters — PtSlamentary to tlio tv
staCci.3l f Barbara reset, lute di. Ilse Del
, vough , ol,3tVAyneslmroideceased. have ,buehvgratiteil
it) the suSscriber; all pewits indebted, to liicauul
r.stute,, AreAluertAKl,tikAlaike. iruipuuliste paysauv.t;
,iLlgratette agulaus. — the
Estate , sai4 , 4leced cut,. tvi4 Ptaitelduto.svoulfto.,,,atue
I,v,itheut,delay ,; ?',11,4 414,•,•.:
Pall and Winter,
TB4'undErrigned offer* at Private ,Bale ,herforip.
ailuatO about one mile from Brawn's Mill, A n
Antrim towitsitip, adjoining Linda pf Join; grove,
and tieury, 9turvako, containing'f 13 AqitES l 'MOre
or lola, of
abihit ibOactes of which le,'clear and In .a"good
state of,culthation, the, balance well eel with TIM
BER. The iinprovententa are, a two defied.
BANN, STONE BARN:
with vvAd brit SHED and Cern Crib . nitacheiLL
The - Willalio a 'finel ORCHAnD on the farm, wiih
d strewn ofWatiii running throUgh,the farm, und.a
well of never-failing" water near tho'd Any
person wishing to view , the premises will please
cell on Mr. Monn residing on the faini. For terms
Aced, apply to the Undersigned, residing nA,kthe
Marsh Store. ' SUSAN FUN
5009 BUS. WHEAT !
The old[lei at Ids Old Trade!
undersigned having aairociated .themaslves
in thr Milling bnsiness, and having leased of
Peter FahnestoCk the old Royer mill property , one
mile southeast of Waynesboro', are now prepared to
purchase grain from their friends at the highest
market, price; and also to do all kinds of Grinding,
ificluding chopping corn and cob. We are also
prepared to furnish at the loWest market prices, all
kinda:ofMill'Stult; Mee Plaiter by the ton or bush.
Our olm} friends will please call and see us.
PRIVA TE SALE.
MHE undersigned will sell at private sale his
--AL small farm. situated in Quincy Township, on
road leading from Waynesboro' to Quincy, about
three iniles from the former and one from the latter
place, and within a few hundred yards of Snow Hill
Mill. The improvements ate a new two story
With FRAME BACK BUILDING and Bake
Oven attached, a •
&csow:y7 I=3elausa. LEicaltrupl
with Wagon Shed and Cott Crib complete under
otte,roof; also a new hog-pen. These buildings
have all been erected within the last _two yearl.—
The tract colita ins. '
more or less, six -acres of Which is. meadow ground
with a fine stream of water passing through its en
tire length. There is also planted a large number
of choice young fruit trees, a number of grape vines,
The above is a very desirable property, and any
person wishing to purchase a small Jinn, will do
well• to give him a call as his terrus are moderate.
Dece-2m. _ GEO.
Oysters for 121-2 Cts.
MIMES' STREET RESTAINT.
r HE subscriber is now selling at his.Restou'rant
on Mechanic's street, 24 OYSTERS for 14
cents. He has a Billiard Table for the accommoda
tion of those fond of that kind of
. amusement; and
also a Ten Pin Alley, which is free to all who wish
to roll. Oysters furnished to families at 37i cents
per quart, which is one•fourth Mai than the usual
price-eherged Washablorgh's and I.lfdwig's e
always on hand. , JOSEPH U.N K..
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, MIS!
REDUCTION IN PRICES,
Itake this naethod of inhuming the piblic that I
I, have just received from Philadelphia. a largo and
'carefully selected mock of • '
all of woich I desire M dispose of at prices to suit
the times. me, and.h, an examination of my
stock convince yourself that Imean just what I say,
I take rdealure in showing goods vrtrether sales are
effected or not. To persons about to build lam
prepared to offer extraordinary inducements both in
Hardware and Paints. Thankful to friends for past
favors, a continuance of thu IMMO is respectfully so
licited—promising to do all in, my power. to render
stitisfuction to all who may favor me with theirpa
troniige. W. H. BIIOTHIIIITON.
"Continental v Aotel,P ,
WAYNESBORcr, PA. t
........... , •
IrHE undersigMadliming ,Acceritly taken the a
_L bove named House, formerly known as the
••ti lobe Inn.” takes ,plousure. in announcing to his
friends and the public that lie is prepared to receive
and entertain Guests iita style not to be . excelled
by. any country Hotel. The . House having been
thoraughly repaired and newly furnished with eve
ry thing 'calculated to inake,his guests celfortable
—thti public may reat assured that they will at all
,tinil•e,lintl, it in a condition suited to the comfort and
;conscience of the traveler. His line is alvtaysiitip
'Pile with the choicast Liquors, and his Tsble, iv/La
the I est the marlietiatlind, and all other ,appliances
suit tile rind necessary . for the accommodation of
man • r beiist. With faithful and obliging - servants
and Ins own personaLuthjutiou and supervision, lie
will leave no means unepa,,ted tar went public pa
tronage.- -:- , • -'---- - •,. :- - • ' -..
The proprietor assures those who may favor,hini
with-their yatronage tli.t,t thry shulreverjutoet. - at
blur housea aordial.reception, and that every thktig.ea
-80411 to the 'emtvemenee aid Isayikteess of - hi*
"guests stout bd attended to. ' ' . • '' ' •
' Juno 21, Matt ' -' ''" ' ' E. B. KTIfiTZ' '
NEW . ,4IV.Pk`IG. - :,'
IMElitilit LUNAR fiC.,
; - 1 0114Afi13;FUL.for hind favors and patronage here
tofore bestowed upon him, again appears before
thepublic: to solicit a continuance of the same.-7.
He heMpg'just returned kora the eastern cities with
afiniand well selected of • "
NEM G ODiS
Which he intends selling at very low rates, which ,
he knows Ifetan do to the satisfaction Of all who
Will call and examine his stock.
Belel you will find enumerated a few articles
which will be found among his stock to which he
calls yout attehtion:
FOR THE LADIES
He has a' large assortment of Dress Goods consisting
in part of
Printed Thibet Cloth,
Printed and plain' Delaines,
Cuthilde Stripe, • .
I,lt Warp Mohair,
' Midonna Cloth, •
Printed and plain Cashmeres,
French and Domestic Ginghams,
Long and Square, Thibet
and Morino Shawls,
Opera Cloaking; _
Hosiery, in great variety.
Black and Fancy Cassimeras,
Velvatine Veatings of all kinds,
in fact a full assortment, of goods for Gentlemen's
wear. Also a large and well selected stock of
Muslin, Tioldng; and a complete a assortment of
Notions. It's no use trying to enumerate. If
you want anything at all in the Dry Goods ,line,
just call in and you will find him ready to wait on
you with pleasure.
To persons having country Produce to sell, they
find it to their' advantage to bring it to Sto
ver's,as he always•gives the highect:market price. So
give him a call, and ho will sell you goods as cheap
as they can be purchased elsewhere.
ATICIPATED BATTU I
}MST wars and rumors of wars are rife
throu_hou our. once ha land ' when
co lumns of armed m'en are seen on all sides, march•
ing forward in defence of their"eacred rights," and
all are ear fo`r the expected contest, each moment
carries us nearer. the frighful drama, that will soon
be enacted, Yet while ell this convulsion is n pro
gress, other scenes are continually tranapfring to
excite the minds o f the people, and' lattlythis_com
munity-las-teen greatf , '
dens rush of people to
it astounded iremen-
- inanity - 1
to ascertain the cause of this excitement, which
proves to be the
he has just received, :Ind the
they arolisold at' nevertheless the great 'ery of "High
Prices" caused by the war, which is shown to be
false by an examination to ,the magnificentitock •of
goods offering at the above establiAhmmt.
Yoti will find a varied 'assortment of all kinds of
goods such as
SCOTCH PLAIDS, ,
• MGTTLED MIXTL RES,
• kiOLFERINO DELAIX-7 .
and a v ariety of other DRESS GOODS
• CABSIMEIIB, CLOTHS, -
and all kinds and styles of Gentlemen's Wear, with
a great ,
14 eitlfkinds of Goods usually kept in
W aynesbure. • '
The undersigned tenders his regards to his nu
merous trionils thud pauons; . and • uopes a continu
ance of favors.
Merehanta through this country cut find goods
at Eastern 'whi'rfesale prlers , hy calling at Desore's,
thereby say.ing'ireight ❑ttd other (ltsatleant igeet.
- rerttOrts tlesrrirg et nice Sharpe's itupedter can he
ti6utikinoLlaCett b y s.)un; also cdttrtdges tor
, 1 ` •
All kinds of 'produce' received exchange for
goods at tlia.regular :Prises .
- NOTIC E.
'VT I.IE REAS, Letters of Atlntittistration on the
Estate of Devitt :goner, latt• of th, lturoue
of Vtjayttesoaro', hare Iseen grouted to thu
ettWieriber; all person.", ot%l4•Lited tx said Estate; are
resltteetell to ottke intztieth.tte payment. and tttose
- hovittg•eltttots or depialids against the Estate of
eattl4l.4eetlent, will taa.:te know.: the eamo, wit h hou
dshij;to • , JOILN WA I;I'ER,
BAOK A 3AIN.
B. PRIM informs his customers and
, b 1 µO• lio g tiara twit no Umi remuveyl tliS
baruta chs, • to" ....o ltabeitteitt, of Kurts
forpterijr`ot•es.t, of by hip as ad. tistio!r Wtop,,vc twre
ha wilt eve ` cut, anr 2 bres • !lair as herctoto i e.
ti.,ve ...to ' ll. 4 :N.A. 32—Ii
JOSIA II -81:8"(3ftE.
FIRST ARRIVAL !
LAM 1111 ITHICTIYI STA 1
FALL. AND IVINTEII GOODS I
Northwest Corner of the Diamond,
- now offering New and moat dperirwele
Twi, Am, AND WINTER GOODS, in Frenctit;
r German, English and Ameriaan Patrice, com
prising a general assortment of the latest styles
adapted to Fall and Winter trade. For Ladies'
Wear : Rich D'r'ess. silks, • black, plain and lancy
Brocades; Plaids in great variety; French Merinos
in all colors; doh printed Merinos, Wool Delaines,
Cashmeres, satin shipped do.,Moussellaines, Lave (-
la, Mohair mixtures, Thibet Cloths; printed Mons
sellaines, Persian Twills, Poplin, Debeges, Opera
Flannels, in all colors, Scotch and Saxony Printed
French Ginghams, Scotch do., Lancaster do.,Ple id'
Embroideries, L ces, Gauntlets, Kid Gloves, white
and fancy, French worked Collars, Dimities, fancy
dress Gimps, Cord Binding, li ra velvet Rib bon
4c., &c., in short, he has all the novelties of ;he
FALL & WINTER SHAWLS,
Paris long !troche Shawls, with se wed borders,
Bay State Shawls, (latest styles,) sapurb Thibet
Shawls, sewed border, rich Printed S hawls with
silk fringe, all of which are front the latest impor
t talons, and will he suld at priced that defy comp:-
House Furnishing Goods
Irish and Scotch Shooting, pillow case and bolster
Linens, fine, low priced Damask Table Linens
spotted and dam:tsk Table - Cluths, every size and
grade; Napkins, Doyles, and Huck Towclings, low
priced Kitchen Toweling, Bolster, Pillow and
tiheeting Musfins, 3.4, 4.4, 6.4, 8.4, or 10 4 wide,
draped dimity Blankets, Marseilles and Anemia Ic
such as heavy bro. Cotton, bleached Mtaslins, Os
,naburgs, 'Vickings, stripped Drills, Apron Ducks,
Kerseys, Denims, Cotton Flannels, Prints, &c.
Black and Fancy Cloths and Cassimeres, of the
newest styles, Mixed Doeskins, Sattinetts, Uni
Cassimeres, Cashinetetts, Deans, Cotton:vies, Over
coatings, silk, satin, merino and velvet Vestings,
extra heavy ribbed Drawers and Shifts, llossOry, ,
Cellars, Cravats, &c.
CAIPETIG & FLOR EL CLOTifil
Carpet, English Inpains, (dl wool,) Hemp and
Rag Carpeting, from 2f/ cents to :Jili) per yar.l.- - -!.
Floor Oil Cloths 2.4, 4-1, 6 4 and 84 wide, all of
the newest designs; much •ho ulrers at great bar
MATS AND .RUGS,
Wool, Coco, Plain and Felicia,' Bordered, in great,.
GRO,CptIES AND QUEENSWARE:
If stock is full and complete. an,l will compare
f.voralily with any in Waynesboro', both in pile('
and quality. flu rutur to Us friespl4,
and by fair dealing it ',trio attention to, litlSlONtld
ho hoptat to merit a contiyuanem of ate stow.
Oct 1 1 JOS,Ellff .
5:32. %SY' `T'LLoi
I u AND WINTER GOODS,
TT A V Eio just returne - d - ltom tho Eastern cities
11 with °outliers Lot of liew-n rid elegant sty4os
useurpaseed for Beanty, Fit* arti Quality and at
PANIC P a lflCES.
Ahdrair Al I gra,
Lave s Cloth,
Ladie; kVaol ElasAit% l xiension Skirts,
Apron Tassels, and a fiictissurtroant ut Dress Tri -
ALSCV—kheavy lut of
not .neccemtry to mention.
BooTs AND SHOI!s,
Of the- cry best in market and tinahlyr such as
Syrups. ,ISteW 0 f; 'orb) )step Molasses, a
Nu. I Brown :Stk. •udhed and k - ,...sauLtteti
; artiee ut
Huriunall's best - Eascenee of Cafes
&titer No. I: (.; • libdulat.o.,,
Itaisuis, • • • ,
,v,lrburec or Iron>
All the above goals have been selected' careful
tyvittld pa tt mes e d.st the very Contest. fil;Ankr with an
eye to suit the wants of thus ,comitsunity. . He
theretbre enabled to tteccoattutttlate ail •who fa
vur him-with a call,, in qusutily, quality, style and
price * ...l\) trouble to slow g.m,h t ,
'Country Produce taNie tu_rixcha4gs-fur-geetla-at
the highest tn 'me! BY 'strict atte t sti J a to
business desipi to pl.mse In every'
hopes to mein, cun titre I nee of ptstronifre.• "
',Cit. 11 -J. sitV. 1 1 11L.LEIte•- ,, --•
nURE-i - ind7ininitili;: - =ite - -I;piCeil cider Viuegat
••for male by :stimi , r. flutileii Moran
Price iiiwirt 4:"lttf pr-r qu .r,L. • • Jill* 2f1.,
at Ili Cents per
siva ;lb .
4t.; °vex. '