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iircostriti 4 4.44ll7llcrAk.,/
tvIEDIATELra good young, heavy draught
Horse., A Dark Eay Mare prefered. Apply, to
(June ',Me. H. CLAYTON.
-7- 101 , OW'S fCliEbedli!
MST, reeeivid per Express. &rept, from the elan•
ufacture", another large invoice of !Shakers. ,
(June 13'62) Joetstt 1111110 RS•,
, ".• , • _
-In 'Green: ,
,thg i9tit inst, rfr. WU
:;;Oint_fiaiorence, in. the I.4th year 'of his age.
; iiK'a.reettetiatle; on the,
-ad yeaf'of her iige.
H. : •,.- iii .... w
- • -3EL-3Erriel.
I' iii:' - the ZkiltimOre- Clipper; of Tuesday.
.-FL017114.-:-.41 1 e q uote Howard Street and
Oki° suPet at $5:12105.25; City Mills su
per at $5.®'5.121; and shipping brands Ohio
and' Howard, ~street extra at $5.50®5.621,
- and*im'dard:City Milli do. at $6.50®56.75
erbbl.Family, Flour is selling by the dray
. -load to tie trade at $8.50 for the best brands
7 . BaltiMere, $6.251®56.50 for Ohio and How
ard street„ and Baltimore high grade extra
is bringinig $8 per bbl. Rye flour is selling
~. at $350®3.62 per bbl. We.
- quote Corn
Meal at $2,50®2.75 per bbi.•forlialtirnore
. and Brandywine. 4 . .
GRAIN.—The receipts of Wheat to-day
were some 3,296 bushels; white sold at. $l.-
35®51.50 and red $1.18®51.25 per bush
el. The receipts of Corn amounted to some
23,610 bushels to-day,, and white sold at 58
- @6O eta. and yellow at 56 cts. per bushel.
5,351 bushels Oats offered to-day, and we
quote Pennsylvania at 39®40 ets., Mary
eta. per bushel. , There was no Rye at mar
ket to-day, and we quote Pennsylvania at
68®70 eta. and Maryland at 64®66 cts
per bushel. •
Grain Cradles. .
.01superior quality, for sale cheap.
(June 27 '62.)
PtTSLIO IVCo g i".I4O3EI.
ertizens of Waynesboro, and vicinity, are
I hereby notifies!, that I i.ave been for a long
tiint . i r much annoyed by cattle, ranging on the pub
lic highways leading to my - farm, and I do hereby
notify all persons that I will take up all Cattle as
strays, that come on my premises breaking down
my fences and otherwise tresspassing upon ray
property. SAMUEL RINEHART.
(June 27-3 w.)
STHAI ED Irvin the premises of the subscriber,
residing in Wayneslno', some time about the
25th of May last, a Brown Cow, with white face,
and horns bored. Any person giving such informa
tion as will lead to her recovery, will be liberally re-
(June 27-3 w.)
- Notice to Tresspassers.
ERSOM..4 are hereby notified not to tresspass
upon the lands of the undersigned by fishing,
taming, or otherwise, as he is determined berets t-
(Jane 27 3w.) -
EXRIBITION OF THE WAYNESBORO'
CLASSICAL & COMMERIII, USER
Friday and Saeurday Evenings, July 4th
Evening of the 4th.-
1. B Russell,
Miss M, B. Coon,
Reading of the Declaration of Independence .
Miss Ginnie Slonehouse.
W aynesboro' , Pa,
The Star Spangled Banner, (Solo and chorus.)
Miss R. Besore.
Franklin. Cir., Pa.
The Flag of Ft. Sumter. Miss V.M. E. Walker.
Wand by the-Flag. Miss Nevina Deedrich.
Flag of our Union, (Solo and chorus.)
Miss N. Forney.
Miss Mollie Kurtz,
The Break of Day. ( Essay, ) Miss Harbaug : h,
Adams, C'., Pa.
Miss Lydia Pilk.
Our National Flag.
Imlopendence end Union.
Bingen on the Rhine.
Dieeolye the Union !
The Union Forever.
E Pluribua Munn, (Solo and chorus)
Mies . Ginnie Slonehouse,
FratijOin Co., Pa.
Independence Miss Baia Coon.
Waynesboro', Pa ? .
. Way urshnro' , Pa,
J. H. Peters,
Nisi M. Forney.
The American Engle
Cotumbia the Gem of the Ocean. (Stile , and chorus,)
Miss iEollie Wilson.
Influence of Music. Dr. T. L. Budd, Principle
Saturday Ktening, the 6th.
Miss V. 1,1.' Bowden,
Miss Ginnie Stonehouse.
Way nesbor', P 4.
Miss Mary J. Bies'altr
John H. Peters,
Local Association. (Essay.) Miss• Mollie Sniroely
The past year.
The E xternal
Misses R. Beware, Mollie Wilson.
The Belles Lettres Banner.—a paper by the stu
dents. , Miss M. Forney Editreas, -
Bachelor's Sale. JUL Bowden,
Lie Pre Wee.
Mien Mary Sander:,
Mira R. ikaare k „ ..
The Pliepy Machine, (rediriounQ
Franklin Co., P.
The American Patriot.
tiecesidon and Religion
'The Village Gossip.
p litaire!men Annum,
life. (Essay.) , Miss
Dissolve the Union ! Never! Barry Etrinebrakt,
• - Wayneshoror,"Pa.
Female , eharacter. and ,Education. • • •
••• - +114‘..T. Barn!:, A. M. -•
° LARUE apeortman i tiPi
'saign,of 'the Big Reel Horti:- ;
deco''d.O t 5.. B. Itussew.
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~~~d ; _.
ANDHE W STREALY,
. Waynesboro', Pa.
J. Sanders, -
Way neboro% Pa.
-CA ME to the premises of the itibscribei, adjoin
ing Waynesboro about the 11th of Match
last, a Black and White spotted Hog, with a piece,
off the lett ear, a piece off and a alit in the right ear.
supposed to weight 100 pounds. The owner is re
quested to prove. property, charges and take
him away. n J. H..GLAY I'ON.
(June -13-3 w)
8101141.1 r 3EX6:=ONLAMEi.
CAoME to the premises of the subsertbets, re
siding between Monterey and Sabin:male, in
Fiderick county, Md., on the 10th inst., a Bay
Mare with the left feet white, supposed -to be a
bout 5 or 6 years old, also a black horse with a star
on the forehead and blind of the left eye. and' thick
pasture on• the lefk foot in front, supposed to be 11
or 12 years old: The owner is requested to prove
property, pay charges and take thorn away.
W. H. GLADHILL,
"' IZRAEL WILLIAR.
(June 13-3 w.)
PEN ATE SLILS,
SHE subscriber intending to remove to the Weit
1 offers at Private Sale ONE HALF ACRE
. • ' TUNDrsituated-three-miles—west—o
•Waynesboro', on the tninpike leading to Greencas
tle, upon which these is a •
TWO STORY LOG HOUSE
with Basement, Smoke House, and Wash House
under one roof—also, a good Stable, 114 Pen and
other necessary outhui)dius.
If the above property is not sold privatley on or
before Tuesday the let day of July next, it will be
offered at Public Sale on that day, at 1 o'clock, P.
M., to the highest bidder. 'A good title and posses
sion will be giyen on the Ist of October, 1862.
(June 13—ts.) JOSEPH 1101.1.M.AN.
GRAIN dR;DE IA of the bee, make' at
(Junel3) ' H. STONICHOUSIeII.
B ELLS, BELLS, for fa rmers, for sale at
(June 13) H. STONE UMW&
RASs AND CRADLE SCYTHES, of he
k_lf best kind at (lunsl3.) H. SToracsouses
ItAKES AND FORKS, ;i*:lllkinds, foTitaleTit
(June 13.) STONSUOUSK's.
MORE NEW GOODS
TBEAVER, in connection with his Variety
t • Store, has commenced the manufacturing of
SOOTS and SHOES in all its various branches.—
Having empluyed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he
is prepared to produce the finest, neatest and most
durable work made ,anywhere.
All are invited to call.
A large stock of Hats and Cain!, (including all
kinds of Summer Hats for men and boys) ~.d
Eastern manutitctured Shoes and Boots of the le t
- 7k77 b tt Ulr Trunkr
make, on hand; ultic a, run R, :Imam Tobacoo,
&c., &c. You get the very best KEROSENE there
Atay9— tf. J. BEAVER.
.No n-k , AvAr--71 - Tl7. galz a I=li =
D'lllB 9 at.
A, r M. STONER takes this method of thank•
l s ing his customers, and informs the public
that he has just returned from Philadelphia with
the largest assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stutn, Soaps, Perfumary, , Frutt, Confec
tioxary, &c., &c., that has been brought to the
place this season, which he will sell itheup. He
has on hand, with whnt he is receiving. makes his
assortment of Patent Medicine greater in variety
than any other establishment in the place. In a
few weeks, he will publish his list of manufactured
articles. He has on hail now, his Cough Medicine,
put up in six ounce bottles, price 26 cents, "no
cure, ao pay .7 Its curative properties are now
fully appreciated, judging from its daily sales.
May 9 '62, •
HE 'undersigned, harng become Agent for
Wm.-Kimbe & ,Co'it. (of Baltimore), celebrated
pianos,and*Carhart, Meeilliam & Co's. unsur
passed -MeladilhiMi,: is Tirepateil.:to furnish
uuls with dui-above "named initrtiments at city pri
cey. All instruments warranted by the manufictu
Lessons on the above instruments given in ',town
or country. (may 23) T. 1.. BUDU.
5000 Rails for Sale.
V IHE subscriber has now on hand 51'00 good
CHESTNUT RAILS which he will dispose
of on reasonable 'terms. Also—,one good ROAD
WAGON. L. S. !MEN EY,
A NOTHER lot of time nice Shaker* at
may 23) PRICE'S
• *Notice to Tresopassers.
lERSONS are hereby notified, not to tresspass
I upon the lands belonging to tht heirs of Chris
tian Funk, deed., by fishing ,or hunting, as the un
dersigned are determined to enforce the law hereaf
ter, against all persons so offending.
C. A. FUNK,
W. W. WALKER.
(June 6-3 w) •
"N k toTreE is hereby given that the co-partner
ship heretofore existing between the undersign
ed, in the flour and feed business, was _this day
dissolved, by mutual consent. The business will be
continued by DASING Skivnix. al the old stand,
in whose hands the books of the firm have been pla
ced. Persons knowing themselves indebted are re
quested to call and make payment.
June 2, '62 DANIEL SNIVEN.Y.
W. H. FUNK,
(June 6-3 w )
G"ME to the premises of the subscriber, residing
at Monterey Springs, on the South Mountain,
on the 20th day of May last. a large BaP Stallion,
supposed to he alindenine rani old. The Owner
is retiu. sted / to prove property, pay charges and
take him away. DAVID MILL,EIL
(lune 6-3 w ) . •
117 REDEEM, Letters ritamentary, on the E-
T state of SUSANNAH Rotistt, late of Washing
ton Townehip, deceased, have heen granted to the
subcriber ; all persons indebted to the said Estate.
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands against the Estate
ut said decedent, will make'knewn the same, with
out delay, to
J.' COD' S. GOOD, Efr.
18.770 lcst runn of Bowe nnes prove
' " Omcl -- ' — i .
the din, at, just 's° with our les t run, a bigger stock,
a better stuck;' and a c . stock than can be
produced elsewhere, may, : :found at all times, or
until we "bust," at ,
UPDEGRA PS, Hatters.
Sign of the Red Hat,•
apr2s Hagerstima, Md.
[:I NDID Esabroidered goods at
THERAN Almanacs at
L Dov 29
you want to Agee the !lulled neiottjnont of Car
peto in town; entree 1 1 14 .‘`: Pluces
1F you Want topoiatm) a nice Hoop skirt from>
.31} to $2.00 cal at fapr4 Patco's
1L R o. I dean* 61111 *1
NO a,.• rKtcree.
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4 1:1BRSON, BE 'EDICT & £0
SPRING AND SIIIIBIRR
48 E tire now receiving anti o ff ering to will a new
and FULL ASSORTVIE NT of
Which we think we are prepared to 'sell at as low
terms as any other house m town or country.
Z;:eig:IA.LLMI - ....' E9
of a II kimla
SPRING AND SUMMER
CdrCE) QE) TX) EZS 0
Ken. Jeans, Capsitnere,
Fine Tweeds, Vesting+,
Nee . k. Ties, Hosiery,
Cravats • - Summer Iln Is
Handkerchiefs, Shoes, Slippers.
A full assortment of Plain and Fancy
A good supply of Queen,* nneGla ssware of
the latest style.
Always on hand a heavy lot of prime Groceries,
'To which we respectfully call the attention of our
elastomers •uul the public generally; and at the same
time we return our thanks to customers and the
community A'r their liberal patronage, and will en•
d,•avor by fur dealing with all, to merit a-continu
ance of the same. Please call and see. •
AM BERSON, BENEDICT dr. CO
at AM BERSON, BONEIDICT az. CO' s
A M Et ERSON, 13 E NEDICV & CO'S
at ' A.MBERSON, BENEDICT & CO'S"
A FULL ASSORTJIENT
PRINTS, KARS, WHILE
aau,!.o:4lati::.sava. 4 l'
at AMBtRSON, BENEDICT & CO'B.
ESCENCE. OF COFFEE,
AMI3ERS3IIN, IfEN EDICT &1;0'S.
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WA YNESBOleari • .
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Fig'd do. ..
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BACON (ham') 10
iincuri (riurs) • 6
Bacom (shoalders) ,6
BY THE UNION FORCE'S TOGETHER
WITH TIE -
WHOLE REBE,L ARMY
11111 It all BMW
This , Victory 'teas gained
,with very little
Loss on Our Part; and yet another;
has just returned from the taitern Cities, and is
now opening the-most extensive stock of
S. ".... ,
ever brought to Waynesboro', which he sell
cheaper than nny other house this side of Richmond.
Consisting of everything usually found in a well
The community it invited to call and examine
my stock which I will take great pleasure in show
ing to all who may favor me with a call. Ts con
vince you I have a splendid stock I will ennumerate
a few of the leading articles now in store, all of
which I will sell at greatly reduced prices. - .
FOR THE LADIES
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Including the latest novelties in Summer Dress
Goode. to which I respectfully invite the attention
of the ladies.
The choisest Collars, . The finest qualities,
The largest stock, The best assortment,
ever exhibited in Woynes ru', and at unpreceden
Superior extra heavy Blk. Silk, Blk., Brown,
Blue and Mack Foulards, Pikes (light grounds.)
.Bouqucta of Chintz, Collars, satin plaid and prin •
Marguiliso, Valncia Plaid, Silk and Shepherds Plaid,
silk Lustres,striped Himalayas, 111 k, Persia, ,Blk.
Grenadine, Blk. and fancy Barna , Anglaise Braze,
Arlin's High colored Challies, Jackonets and Or
gandies, Grissaile gr Ruud, French Brilliants, French
Chintz of the latest ftyles, Cambrick Lawns, Pop
lins, Moh airs, striped do., Lavellas in all collars.—
- Manchester, Pacific and Hamilton Delains of all
styles and ~hales
for ladies wrapings. Sacques. Mantillas, new it nd
elegant styles, Shawls, French
Under Sleeves and is sets, - Embroidered and Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs, Kid (Haves, Silk and Lyle
Gauntlets, Cord and Tussles. Head -nets, B. Its Bel
ting of all descriptions. •
MOll3llO AND CORY MOS.
Such as Blk. Bombazines-, 131 k. Parcelles, Polar and
Poplins, Barages, Ducalls, Cha!lies, Ginghams,
Prints, 111 k. Eng. Crapes, from 2.4 to 7-4 wide,
.111 k, Kids, Gauntlets,,Crapo Collars, &c. 1415 line
of Millenary Goods is complete.
Such as Mtg.le Gimps and Laces, all widths, Belt
Ribbons, narrow Silk thin ps, Dress Cords, Fri Ages
&c. Spool gills and 'sill Colors of Shetland Yarn,
Zephyr worsted, &c...*
embracing all the most favorite Brands_ such as
M erim a es; Sprague, Pacific, Cochieco, Manchester,
Dunnele, American and English Prints.
Harrison Mills, Chester Hill, New Mbrket,
Lansdale, Cnnewngo, Great Lake,
Mayflower, Lawrence, Belmont,
Waltham, Hill Maur. Uo.
and other brands. •
Pacific Sheeting' Awaken Sheeting',
Portemouth - ( 1
Ply mouth "
GINGHAMS AND FURNITURE CHECKS,
In ishich lam pretured to nffor grad bargains.
2.4 and 44 checks. Ticking' Denriims, Blue Drills,
Morrens. Damasks, Shirting Stripes. Nunkecns,
Carnet Jeans, Crach 6r. Duch Teraina.
• ITALIAN CLOTHS,.
Bik. and fancy Cloths,. Tweeds,
" " Cosaimerce Jeans
Silk mixed do. Linens,
A Inrge and welt tieleetelintock, in which' - ant
prepared to offer bireat• inducements to pureleisens.
Consult your ow a interratiornd exn•nine ney ,
before purchasing. -
QUI I-I AENSWi - iAI 4I A
•Cbina,jat ass. ftialdlltoneware.
rtithe latest styles ,olvtraya, an hand: it' 1041 *but
['he subaerthe - c-tetirlera friecrrlyt
and cu favora patronage, ottrg
reopecit Heft* a'• ,coli tin u.kil co 'rif tbo strutir-h-•-
butt% it• t the pluceitiorner and Church
Streets, vs tivre ilia rAIIS A NI) S'ITIVES. Anat.
Cori ;dry pruslucetalren in i:xchange Mir gnarls at'
the highest rnorka: , pr4:e. t t" . •
(ritay23) . , • '
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()Lough Sicao %
l'ilivrnic Salo "1 00
v , _ I 00
LOadehith finish BUMMER
arrived from philtidelphia this week, steamed up
to our squre, and thre*—oh I ye fair portion of
creation I—the most delightful stock of fleecy goods
straight into our, door, that. ever brightened our
counters. First, doubtless to please tho
mem a shower of Silky Debeges, Batrainee, Sky
tihied Lawns, ' Chintzes; - Medians, Mozambiques,
Minelayer', Poplins, Challies, &c., of ev. ry hue of
the Bainboiwi glistening like stars, that will make
the old leak young, and the young like Genii : then
followed li - broad stream of Nankeens; Muslins, Te-,
ble-diapers, Calicoes, osnaburgee, beneath • which
came flying like birds of beauty, Head-Dresses,
Sleeves and Collars in setts, Shitkers, Hosiery, Sun-
Umbrellas—beauties—gauntlets, and all those dear.
little tick-tacks which make the ladies.look so charm=
ing ; above it a dark sheet of
in elegant variety. Dlk. Grenadine, Bysdore Bore.
gee, Wool DeLaines, Challies, Lawns, Balzarines,
Crape Despanges, Eng. Crape, Eng. and Andorican
Prints, plain 'and figured, Eng. and French Crape
Veils, Mourning Collars, Gloves, Hosiery, &c
everything to render the mourner beautiful in her
sorrow. After these streams ceased to flow there
was another explosion and in came pouring for the
Biles ofizilill4 Br oad-cloths, Parisians, Cassimers
Block and tYncy, double and singled milled, in su
perb styles, fancy as a sunbeam—with the accom
paniments. splendid Vestings, Silk, Marseilles plain,
brilliant,' and beautiful Neck-ties , unimpeachable
Shirt-breasts and Collars. everything to set the Gent
fit for a picture, and make him presentable even at
the Capitol of the Nation. So Gents. look in and
see, seeing is believing. All over the pavement lay
boxes, which when opened displayed those good,
solid, substantial wares, our noble, ind ustrious
like so much to see ; because they must have them
to make the boys trowsers, and the girls dresses :
here they are strong as buck-skin. cotten. woolen,
mixed, jeans, goods of new styles, cheap and duet
bl4, cotton stripes, drillings, calicoes of late styles,
sheetings, in fact all that our young friends
require who are startin, on their matrimonial jotti•-
ney through life.
Well, Base goods were hardly stowed away, when,
Our Poor, Old Rhinocerossesses!
loaded heavy,—oh very—with Groceries, Queens
ware, and Hogsheads of that delicious Loaf-sugar,
Syrups, and Sugar-house: molasses, hogsheads and
barrells ol sugars of every 'grade. Shad, Mackerel,
Herring, fresh from the briny wave, lucious cheese
from New England, brooms, spices,—and a splendid
lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS,—and sweet Ba
con--and Yankee Notions, together with a full as
HITS IND SHOES !
Leghorn, chip, fine fur and wool Hata. gents nn I la-
Oka bout , es arid shoe., cllap di tractingly cheap.—
Noditall these alttirs startlTngly, and touchingly set
torth are for sale and Exhibition at the store of
the undersigned, who, with many thanks for past
encouragement and patronage, remains
Respectfully your obdt. servant
(may2:3) JOSEPH PRICE
HO! FOR QUINCY.
SecOnd Arrival of Spring and
coLunown & CLUGSTON.
We are now receiving and offering to:sell a new
and full assortment of
Which we think we are prepared t. e i on as rea
sonable terms us any other house iwpwn or coun
A full assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
of all kinds. !Silks, DeNina, Alpacas, Pi inted
Mall ies. Gmgloons. Lawns, Fancy Prints-, Ladies
MENS SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
of ell kinds. Cloths, Cassirnere, Fine Tweeds
K. n. Jeans, Cot fonalles, Vestinga, 'Handkerchief's,
Neck Ties, Hosery. A full' fissortfuent of Plain
and Ffuley Ctassinteres
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE.
A large stock of
(tauczasi me anrflas•dt .
Which wr ate prepared to oiler a s low as any oth
er retail store in the country.
BOOT I S .AND OES.
for men's and latdie'b wear of all sorts anti sizes
Also a huge and well selected Stork of
Tickings, and a complete : noisertmout of
Notions. Looking Glasses, Hardware: Hata and
Caps, Paints and Oils, Fresh Shad and Oerring by
the barrel. It is no use trying to enuMeigte• If
you wallt anything in the Dry, Goode line, jpit call
and you will find us ready to wait on 3ru s tr,;w ith
10,000 — OfIESTNII r JOINT SHINGLEiVfor
Sale Country' produce taken in exchange for gtiodi ,
at thc•highest market prices.
By. strict attention to linyiness and a desire "to
please in every respect, we florist to merit a itioi-
slay 23) coLuri,o WEI? & CLIMSTON.
I . fur wings to soar, "
JJ Store What fur? Why to get soma
more of that Ness York syrup-inly„.l2i, cent a
,rit • - Pocu's
1, 46 Uazard's Electric kowilc . r."
American Sporting Powder, i' .. ,',
'"•.: Ainvican Sporting Powder; ..
..4 0 : - IfeAetWe Duck Powder; '
Baal/re IN& Povider.'-'. -
Hazard's filleting Pourder,;: , . , '--
ti &maul's 131astinkpo w der,- • - , -• ' - • -,
The tarot Powder made; ' ' " ` ' ,- : -
The beet Powder made. •....'
The only place you can get-Itie-nt - -
•2itpr2B - BROTHERTON'S;
j IVONOM Y MESS SHAD to be bad cheap et
'J24111'423 ' .• -; fttior,'s
Alt, 1:.1112E11) HAMS:* Plain arel
For . tialtiolkentot • Pitton's
Quay 21.) -
rI . III largest lot of Heop,i3ltirta ever -broUght to
neabin•o% can be seen at • •••
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IPIIIC - ' 4 8111
LADIES' AND CIIILDREN'S SHOES, 80.
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HANKFUL for kind favors and patrithage heie
tofore bestowed upon hhn, again appears before
the public to solicit a continuance of the amine.--
H • having just returned trout the eastern. cities wit
SPRING. AND SLIMMED
Which ho intends selling atnery ibw Fates, whicq
he knows he can do to the satisfaction ,of all wh.i,„ -
will call and examine his stock.
Below you• will find enumerated a few articles
which will be found among his stock to' which \ ha
calla your attention.
FOR THE LADIES
He has a large assortment of Dress Goode consisting
in part of
Printed and Plain Del aim%
Brit, Fig'd and Cord,
silk Warp Mohair,
Merlon 0 Cloth,
French and.domostic Gingham,
' Pongee Mixture,
Cloth fur Ladies,
Hosiery, in great variety.
Black and Fancy Cossimetos,
Summer Contin: a
were e, •
Velvatine Vestings. of all
kinds; in fact a full assortment of voile for Gen
men wear. Also a large and well &elected stock.ef
Aluolin, Ticking; and a complete a assortment of
Notions. It's no use trying' to enumerate. If
you want anything at all in the Dry Goode lino,_
just call in and you will find him 'ready to wait on
you with pleasure.
'l'd persons having country Produce to sell,
will find it to their advantage 'to bring it to St..-
ver's,as he always gives the highest tnark.t price. rig
give him a call, awl he will sell you goods as cheap
as they can be purchased elsewhere.
AT MMUS MAUI Shilfr
Iron and Steel,
Shovels and Spades,
Hoes and Rakes,-
Spades and Ftirks,
Brads anti Spikes,
Locks, Hinges and Screws.
Latches, Sitaplee. airtl Dolts,
Oils, paints, Glass and Varnishes;
Mill, Crosscut and Circular Saws
Hand, Tenon, Web and Compass Saws, ,
Augers, Auger [Hits, Gimlet and Dowell Bitts,
Sock e t Chisels, Firmer Chisels, Mortising Chisels,
Pruning Saws,nnd Chisels combined:—Pruning saws,
Plastering Trowels, Pointing and Gardeni Trowels,
Double arid Single Bitt Axes, Hatchets. and Draw
Krriv.,; While.wash Brushes. Shoe, Store and
Horse Brushes. Scrubbing Brushes, Cloth, Tooth.
and Paint 3lrushes; Table Oil Cloths, Floor .Oil
Cloths, Carriage Oil Cloths; Spokes, FeDoes, Hubs;
sh a ft s , Poles, Springs and axles; Black-smith 'Bel
lows, A nvils, 'V ices, Hoof Knives. and Rasps; Tubs,
Buctiets, Churns; Hope, Baskets,Brooms and Wash
Hoards; Waiters, Trays, Candle Sticks Snuffers
Coffee Canisters; Table Cuttlery, Pocket C.uttlery,
Pruning Kfiives, Pr u ning Shears, Silver-plated
Ware, Table and Ten Spoons, Salt Shovels, Forks,
and Ladles,. Albata Tahle and Tea Spoons, Dom
Spoon, Tinned Spiims; Traco Chains, Halter
Chains, Cow Chains, Butt Chains, Sporting Pow
der; Blasting Powder, Shot, Gun Wadding; Ar
nold's Writing Fluid, Shoe Blacking, Stove Black
ing; Lead Pencils, Giliiitt's Steel Pens, Writing,.
Paper; Flour Selves, Real SeiveS, Sugar Selves and
Wire Cloth;' Cooking Stoves, Nine Plate Stoves,
Coal Stoves; Carriage Lining, Carriage'Lgee, and'
Carriage Trim - Mum- tegether with a large and
carefully selected stock of,,Cabinet-and Saddlery'
Hardware. All who desire to buy chgap are itiyitert;:,
to call:and examine my goods before purchini'ing
elsewhere, as am .determined to sell as. 'll4
Usual, notwithstanding - the advance of some kithte:‘:
of goods. The subscriber would hen ) ; take oecasioW
to return his sincere thanks to' the-public for formex,„
favors and hopes, by fair dealinirand cheap goods,
ro merit a continuance of the stone. -. • '
apr2s WAL IL BROTHERTO.N.
• Grain ers/les,
1;non Scythes. •
. Grass Scythes,
Scythe .pltn!yener k
•, Hay Yorks, ' -
• Grain Forks, '..;.
r. Fork Handles,
fir;: Sri - uhes, Hakes, &C.,
Cunae !. TAIRA!: ! Utill#P4!
rune 6 • -
irrtitg:Omlersigned :again offers himself to the U- • •
Republican •Corive.iition of this County
a candidate tor the Sheril t:IV. rece iv e d, e -
axtto `Lila highest number OT voteir last •
oeetiully asks the inlluence and yatei ; pttlioire ffavors- -
ble to his nomination,_ nd if nontintittaiStpl•all
ho pledge's - himself to discharge,
promptness add ' • •
J e 2,180._ •••••
F' ou want a-guiiilr of,,Flotitn.fipidejiltiroers
/ buotr, wAivairgiSfitqz ru Ku' cat Fait
Oa! • • •;• , Pala's ;
y.uusG, doloot.ut to see the. nieewassodiv.'"
mea t 0 1 • 140 a, 'and Fancy Comatose'. ilk' ' ,
Viisytiostairo! call ••
,apr4 • • Panza'a -• • ,
f E" you w uC t!) gee is ones and well selected soot
jof Mourning.sopds , 9 . all at tufty3a.) Paw*'. -.