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1!)41N(is - AD-S1,11HMER..
QUEENSIVARE AND CEDARWItREI
- CAVING t just returned from the Enstern•Cities
awl the public :generally to his
LARGE &' SPLENDID -ASSORTMENT
Which will be sold at extremely Low Prices.
Below you will find enumerated a lew article.
which will be found among his stock,' to which he
invites your attention:
FOR THE LADIES,
Sh a wig,
ncy C assimeres,
.4fa6m.:3Lts , =
Neck 'Fie:,, &c
lardira • ,
Boots and Shoes,.
01 the very best qualify, such as
Syrups, and Porto Rico Molasses;
licit Rio Cofliv,
Superior PrE•pnted Coffee,
N o . I Chocolate,
Rice. &c., &c
The above goods have been carfully selected and
purchased at the very lowest figure. He is therefore
enabled to accommodate all who may favor him
with a call. By strict attention to business and a
desire to please in evogy respect, he hopes to merit
a continuance of patronage.
NO TROLHLE TO SHOW GOODS,
• CountryPro.hice taken in exchange far goods at
the highest market prices J. W. MILLER•
A prillB '62
ALE 3 CENTS PER GLASS.
THE subscriber informs his customers that he
has remoVed,.his_ Restaurant to the house •ot
Mrs. Blair, next door to Beaver's Variety Store,
where he will have for sale Oysters, Eggs, Ham,
Cheese, &c. Also Wasbabaugh's and Ludwig's
Ale at :3 cents per glass. JOb. FUNK.
MT. HOPE STORE.
T HE undernigred would inform his customers
- and the public generally that he has just-re
ceived from Philadelphia a full nstiortment of
Spring dr Seiminer Dry Goods,
groceries, Hardware, Queenswnre, Shoes, Boots,
Hats Caps, and all other articles usually retailed
by country merchants, all of which will he Hold as
low as the same goods can he pUrchased elsewhere
in the county. The public arminvited to call and
exisinine his Stoelt• JOHN M. COOK.
Mt.llope, April 18
DR. IL D. LECHLER
ANNOUNCES to his friends and the public
generally that Ito is now in possession,of all
the late and most improved instrumentsond is well
inquired to perlorm all ,DENTAL operations. He
will be happy to whit upon those who may require
the serves 171 an experienced Dentist. All opera
lions upon the mouth and teeth pettbrmed in a
scientific manner. Teeth inserted according; to the
latest improvements in the art, and at moderate
Office in his -residence on the South Corner of
April 11, '62
I PECK OF TURKS HEM
UP •AND SPILLED OUT!
WNO can make a man?—l menn in appear
ance, with a coat fitting like s fitshiuh-plate
vents and vest tit fur u president. Who makes the
line gents you seem the city? The Taifoil:— no
mistake about it, . Well, then we have just brought
from the City, the neatest, sleekest, finest, fanciest,
boniest, I t of
FANCY eASSIMpne, BLACK CASSIMERES
CLOTHS ANDINESTINGS, '
that Catille ' seen in thin quarter. We will pledge our..
'elves to turn out good _Firs AND eIIEAP sints.—
Fresli,sporkling goods always please.; and Inc have
them, •We' hove the latest Fushion Plates,
leave nothing undone la : please our friends-and tha
"rest ,of mankind." ti. & J. BENDER.
JVIW tnd unadulterated spiced cider Vinegso
A L • for sale by ,itnoner, ingb of the aoldeu Menai
o r i fte ,,,i n ofil rents pe..evert., Jar,. 24 "
A IJlttet if you swant do purchase a uicu Taraaol
ist (iaa, 23) Plllol9s
(m.iy2a) - Palaces
L rilhides ul S i,tknd Wuor at
atilt? 4,1 E D
'should .yo m
ott et me, should you wonder,
A hire' to buy-your Okßov, end Tinware;
. I would answer, I wollid 'tell You— ;
4.G0 'unto the new-store toont • ' •
Where the Big RA Horn, the sign is;
There's the best Cook Sto'ves and Tin-ware,
All sold cheap by ll.„B. Russell."
[Froiri the Sang of Iliatoallea.
qt HE undcritigned hifinins the public in genera
and especially those Ofilis customers in went of
anything in his lino of business, that he- 'tweet*.
pitted and is node `occupying his new and extensive
ly enlarged establishment for the
Manufacture and Sale
OF TINWARE, SHEET-IRON WARE, AND
He is now
s prepared to supply illy
Cook Stoves. general Housekeeping la and
,tchen._, jYtrre,sn_lw.ltna as must give entire
olfexed are of the best and meat improved ,
haying been tried are acknowledged to bf
con be desired. as good cockers and bakers, and are
easily kept clean.
His own MAKUFACTURED WARE is all made with
view to the wants of customers from the best mate
rial and is warranted in all cases to be good. He
also keeps a large assortment of fancy articles.
10", Special attention is. given to putting up
SPOUTING, made of the best tin, for houses and
barns, in which he has had a long ami.extensive ex
Remember the sign of the Bio. Red Born.
Aug. 9, 1860 11. B RUSSELL.
ANTIETAM TICTOIII I
• AND •
E subscriber, thankful for'past patronage, stil
solicits the same; and in addition to manufactu
ling all kinds of worlod
Material for Building Purposes,
SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS,
BLINDS, FLOORING, WINDOW
FRAM ES, DOOR •
FRAMES, FACING, MOULDINGS, &c., &c.
I am prepared to furnish all kinds of oaktimhe
ror dilierent purposes in building, such as
.10 ICE, RAFTERS; LATH, STUDDING, PAIL
INGS, SCANTLING, BOARDS, &c.,
All of which will be sawed to order, at short notice
and upon reasonable terms.
Also, sawing, by . mill and circular saws, of every
description done; Framing, Surfacing, Matching,
Flooring, &c., &c. For further particulars apply to
the subscriber, at Factory two miles southeast of
Waynesboro. D. F. GOOD. ,
Jan. 17, 1861
NI. 1 5
•IL.Mr' T T. 'A' 1'• 1'•l
A uss C. RESSER informs the Ladies of
j Waynesboro' an! vicinity that she has to
moved-her Millinery .. ? Store to the dwelling Lowe ou
Main Streut, adjoining th... 1 residence of Mr. Jacob
Wolf, and has just received from the Eastern Cit.
tee a full assortment of •
Bonnets. Hats, Bonnet Trimmings,
:u.l other articles usually kept by Milliners. The
Ladies are requested to call and examine her stuck
April l 1'6:4
THE OLD MILLER AGIIN !
4 S the BebelßA is now on its last legs, and
. 4 .1 L nearly over, we thought right to announce to
the public that we will grind Gribts of 20 bushels
or upwards either for pay or Toll separtely,and that
we have on hand all kinds of FEED, CORN in
ear or shelled, or ir. MEAL sifted or"not. Also—
Oats by the bushel or in any way that it may be
wanted;—also, Midlings, Shipstufl'and Bran, Corn
in Cob Chopped at short notice. Plaster by the ton
or Bushel on hand. Still in the market for Wheat.
We can always do up good work like it was done
ut Island No. 10, and Finsburg Landing.
JOHN WA LTER,
AprlB JOSEPH ELI)EN.
Timothy Seed for Sale.
THE subscriber has now for sale 40 bushels of
■ prime TIMOTHY SEED which he will dis
puss of at fair prices. Persons in want of seed fur
WI sowing are requested to give hint a call
ina2 BENJ. E. PRICE•
Important . 43 Farmers
frill E subscriber takes this method of announcing
I of the Fanners and others, that he has'on hand
a lot of DWARF BROOMOCIIN seed, along with
some specimens of the corn. This is an excellent
article of Broom Corn, and should be raised by ev
ery one. lie has also a full assortment of fresh
Daugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
J. F. KURTZ.
P. S. I any selling Cranberries at 121 cents pc
quart. Mar. 14
Light I Lights!
rilifE cheapest Light it use can be had at II
STONE/lOUSIVS Hardware Store
Smoke:Stack for Sale.
rilllE subscriber lvis a heavy Iron'Smolie Stack
I 33 feet long and 16 inches in diameter, which
he will dispose of 'upon reasonable terms. Post Of
fice address, Quincy, Pa.
Dec2o—tf JOHN L. METCALF.
r ERO6ENE LAMPS.—±AII kinds for saki by
IV 1). 13. RUSSELL, E. ign of 1110 "Big Red
• ' March 11
TO F'AIC;LI RS.
---.116-F„1-,--S1 10 e 4 a ,a, Hoes, Fork-, •-,
Manure Dra , rs, &c., &c., at prices that will 4cfy
comp' titloti. Call and ace for yourselves, at
apr I lisuruclenes.
Tkli 13EST U(JUI VE
in the tllartiOt to he had at the sign of the
Big He I Horn. 1) B. Russma..
For sale tit the Store of W. 11. BitoyuituToN
T AIRTEIRON KETTLESnt
decto pm, RUssICI.OB.
you want a gool chow of Tobacco, collat.
pr 4 PUCE'S
f ADIES, if you want to soo a nico twaortmcnt
1 ... 4 of DItE6S 4itit3llS, call at PILICE . 4
- Apiil4 „ ,
F yuu waut to Se o a large ussurtuent of Cillawie
I call at rapr4 Pluca's
1F you ivaut'a cheap pair 01 Congress Gaiters,
call et apr4, Palca'a.
r . •• WHEEL GliF,A.skl."
IF you want GOOD Wheel Grease, buy it at -
op 25 BIWTHEUTON'S
IM you want the cheapest and latest style rhf Hut
Alan at -Apr4
TToys for sale at
Doc2U 410 ' •
J . . •
r you want a nice Shaker; call at „": •
AJAES cud Miaaes''llotiope4 - akkta at •
I I I Jel4 ' ' ' ' ' 4
nuv 29 -
fi t 'WtTett
,4 , • • AND ,
./ ,, aciriorg
/Pitt subscriber.respectfully , informs his custom
" era and tho ' pflilic `Oiter`altv that he has re
cently replenished his stock of Fruit and Confec
tionaries, and has now the finest assortment of
• CA.IVI) 1 Et S .
~-.over brought to Waynesboro', with
NUTS;: RAISINS, PRUNES, PIGS, SWEET
GARS, TOI34aCQ, *?'! ! e4 etc.
0 St S E R. a
Ho haft also an.hand at all times the finest Oysters
the market will afford, whili will he Served up to
cm:Um - tiers Fried, Roasted or Stewed. •
ALE AND ',CIDER!
he is likewise prepared to furnish both Washa
of Scotch Ale anu Urab 'Apple eider, with n prim
article of Bologna Sausage, :Boiled :E gg s, and all
other articles usually kept in first cuss Restaurants
A genuine article of Vinegar always for sale. .
NtivS L. S. FISHER.
OEM MHZ 1
TH E undersigned respectfully announces to the
• public generally that, he is still at the old
stand on Church Street, Wayneaboro' , Pa., where
he continues tho, mimufacturing of Family
ur i ttat i
Buggies, Barouches, Wagons, and every species
of vehicles usually made in such estublishinents.—
His work is warranted to be composed of 'the
best ann most thimble material, and none but
the most expetieneed workmen are employed.—
He has now on hand a number of Carriages, Bug
gies, &c., &e., which he will positively sell at
greatly reduced price : s for cash, or upon a short
credit. By keeping a good stock at all times, and
alwilys holding himself ready to supply the de
mands of the people he hopes to return and secure
a liberal share of patronage. •
Repairing, Trimming, and Painting done in the
Best manner, and at the shortest notice.
Lumber, Country Produce, &c., will be taken. in
exchange lbr work. JACOB A DANIS.
N. B. The Books of the firm old. & A. S. Ad
ams, are in the hands of the undersigned. Persons
knowing themselves indebted ,tire requested to make
!Nov' 1, 1861.
De&ore of Aritia-ggedon.
A BOOK FO!THE TIMES
f HIS is acknowledged to be"one of the most re
markahle of human productions that has ever
been ollbred to the American people. The style is
chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated of
is of the most inspiring: "The United Statrs in
Pt T. J. FILBERT;
14 g l ii
sHa constantly for sale a full assortment 0f, x 4 .,
,N GOODS for Gentlemen's ware. ni
UP Latest City Fashions always on laantLl,Nl
g 4 Waynesboro', Pa. -a,
N•J1Z0.,•01.14:0411.4.44W , ..C.41,4Y.W.,4g5 1 414.407;/.143.g N
`%TA YN ESBOIIO' SAVING FUND.—Thi s
V Society will pay the following rates of in
terest per annum,on all stuns deposited in the
stitution. Foi :3 months, 2 Or cent.; from :3 to q
months, :3 per cent.; from 9 to 18 mouths,
cent; and over 18 months, 41 per cent. For a
shorter period than 3 months the terms will be
made kown by the Treasurer.
Notes for discountshould befiandod to the Tres
urcr on Tuesday, as the Board of Directors meet
rgularly on Wednesday of each week,at 9 o'clock
A.M. By order df the Board,
June 47'58 Jl\lo. PHILIPS Treasurer,
THE subscriber having disposed of Iris entire
stock of Goods to A11'2313114. Colliflower St ding
notifies all persons indebted to him on Store
Books to settle their accounts with and pay the a
mount of their indebtedttess to either John I'. btudy
or Daniel Bricker. The new firm will continue the
business as heretofore. A. S. MON N.
Quincy, Jan. 31, 1862.
Mentzer's Horse & Cattle Powder
Air M. STONER having purchased of Mr
ill s Mentzer, the recipe for making the above
far-famed Horse and Cattle Poweitr.r,for Pennsylva
nia and Maryland, takes this method of ruii ng
the farmers, drovers, &c., that he has on hand and
intends keeping a good supply always on hand.
Country merchants and others keeping such articles
fcr sale, would do well to supply themselves with a
quantity. He will sell it on commission or fur cash
cheap.. Orders Will be punctually attended to.
Apr. I, 1862.
Ready-Made Clothing I
FOR FALL AND WINTEIa
FRESH SUPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHLY!
AADAMS would respect( dly inform his
• patrons and the public generally that he has
returned from the Eastern cities with a general as•
sortment of Ready-Made
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
embracing 01l the latest styles of Coats, Pan ts,Vests,
Shil to, Collars, Necties, Suspenders, etc•, etc., all of
which are well made. The publioarc cordially in
vited to call and examine his goods, as he is deter
termined to sell at short profits.
of Tailoring as heretofore. Persons desiring gar
ments cut out or made up aro invited to give him a
Latest fashions received regularly.'
"STOVE CLEANING MADE EASE."
cALtrat."Urotlie.tou'a" and get a package of
"Carburet of Iron.' It. is the hist polish in
the wort I.
Unrivalled in economy,
The only place to buy the genuine article is at
apr2s BRO MERTON'S
fr EI:EbRAPH - FifiliTYTH CU,TTEIts;,:
Tlie best in WM For sale by ' '
• E. S. 'IIIOX Agt
'11111:S1f Mackerel at
Mar 28. 41 magma. Disaarner AtCo's,
fIE A CI - MO.—Dried Peaches, paredland-unarp
ed at Aslant:sox, DaSSDIOT dc:Co's.
tII.OTH, Hat, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brasile
jjust received and for sale very low by M. M
STONER.. , . May 13.
ri7lllE latest style atittlt Austors-a nil Lace Points
Aat (may 2:) ' -• • PRICE'S
i0.0'1w44.40 , ..ip . oyrui,“,iier." - .oo' CW.
"I. crystal and as sa!aet as ttoney.,, call at
spr4 - Pnices
IF youwll4, ice plain orlapcy , a r yk, call at
apr4 4 , , .;; vo.V4 , - Pitnaes
„want a (Welty Sumniciltalpotal call at
upt4 . Pit WOO'
~114P,1141111T.: , T,(Wg0r,g01115. , ,
GEISER'S PATENT SE LP-REGULATENG
, GRAIN 'SEPARATOR, -CLEANER
AND BAGGER' „
Latest IMP r.O.neil Thresher' and Triple Gear
d-.10--rse-1 - 'cneersi-Drietny't:ither - bri - Ge - ar
, or Belt, all l'arnished Complete
• ready to be. put on Wagons. .
1, the undersigned, desire to call' the attention o
Farmers and Threshermen :Of Fre nkling and adjoiN
ing counties to it. This Machine has been before
the public for seven years; during which time it
has given general satisfaction, and the patentee
having made some very important improvements
which render it still more complete, both for dead
separating and ' cleanin\ind also for 'ease of
draught and fast threshing. I take pleasure in re
commending it to the public, knowing that it will
give tho best of satisfaction. lam manufacturing
three different sizes, as follows:
. No. lis 8 horse Power,will thresh and clean from
200 to 500 bushiils per day.
No. 2 is 5 to 6 horsepower, will thresh and clean
from 150 to 300 bushels per . day •
No. 3 is 4 to 6 horse power, will thresh and clean
from lOU to 200 I...shele per day.
These Machines are Warranted to do the above,
and do it much better in every respect than any
other machine in use.
• Chain having much light filth in it cleanedqlkthis
Machine is worth 3 cents more perTush
el than when cleaned on any other separator, or the
common way of cleaning on hand fans. For this
reasdn•there is not the' eighth part of light matter in
the grain as when cleaned on the riddle principle.
The blast acts freely on all the grain as it leaves the
shues, whertas, when cleaned will. riddle that ad
vantage is lost
This machine ddes not return the tailentls as
most of the separators do. By returning filthy tail
ends alternately - it is impossible to make merchanta
groin,- Another important feature in this machihe
that others of the kind have not, is the Self-acting
Blast Regulator in the fan, which remedies all dif
ficulties in bad cleaning, blowing giaindn the chair
in high speed or irregular driving, whidß , cannot be
avoided in cleaning grain by horse power
This Machine is also more thimble and less tedious
to manage than nny.other Separator and Cleautr,or
the common machine with shaker.
Ordeis to insure their being filled until harvest
should be sent in immediately.
I am lully prepared to make to„order and on short
notice Portable and Stationed
causT AND SAW MII.I. DEARING,
SHAFTING AND PULLEYS,
IRON BRIDGES, CAST IRON WATER
WHEELS, IRON KETTLES. &c,
Stoves and Plowcastings,also cast iron and wrought
iron pipe for steam or water, and 13rass castings of
every description; in a word, I am prepared to do
everything usually done in a foundry and machine
shop. Having supplied myself with the latest im
proved machinery as Lathes, Doting, Planing
and Drilling Macliffies, persons call rely on havin g
their work done in the' must satisilictory manner.—
I am also prepared to manufteturo to order ma
chinery for wood, such as Tonging and Droving
machines for flooring, Surface, Tenon! and Mould
ing machines, &c.
1 also offer to the public a new and • valu
able. improvement in my • steam engines, made
within the last year, vie: fur the economizing- of
fuel, and the regulation of speed, which renders my
new engines far superior to the old engines.
All my.maebines are sold under warientee. My
hams are all experienced workmen in this line of
business, and I use all good material, so that I am
pert . ectly sare in warranting all my work.
I am also prepared to do repairing in workman•
like enannex, on the shortest notice. Orders solicit
ed and promptly attended to. All orders sent in
for repairing must he accompanied with, the cash
For particulars' and circulars descriptive of ma
chine, address GEORGE I° K,
Or DANIEL OMER, Proprietor of Territory and so-
Rector ef orders, Waynesboro' Franklin Co. Pa.
NO HUNIBUC I
,HE undersigned having opened a Watch and
Jewelry Store, in the new building on the
corner of the Maiming), ati'd having recently return•
ed from Philadelphia, would inform the residents of
Wayneshoro' and the public generally, that he has
now on hand a tine assortment of
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND;
Having had consiAerable experience at Watch
'repairing, he is prepared to do all work promptly
in the best manner and guarantee the performance
An assortment of speetacleii, and lipectaelo glasses
always on hand. Jewelry repaired in the neatest
nut nner. , W. A. GROVE.
P. B.—Old Silver taken in exchange fur. gouda,
r SP. .FIXILMNOX3r,
OFFERS his services to the pubicgenerally.—
Operations of every description in. the dental
line performed in thu best Manner and upon reason
able tenni , . "
A. S. A
Qflice on Main Street,, thrbe doors East of the
Diamond. A pvt.
Cheap and Beautiful Light.
NOw . ..l.,ca:iti.b.donto°biut — rnßrukinttntctiinuilivhoys'svnei — ell
rf used in the • • • ' •
CARBON OIL LAMPS,
of the latest styles and improvergontd,•--all sold
Ctutst• You CASH ut tho sign of the
..111G.RED HORN. •
Apr. 4 • - L. B. RUSSELL.
At "BROTHERYONM" an natio:intent of
' - • deruningttheara; • f .
Pruning Knives ,
' " Pruning aw and ' - '
Thidding Knives;' '
For sale cAotip .
.• •• .
1 Coilb'o,Sugars.-Teas uud 04 COW at
,044 • • .v. Okkoliefi
PMM Ed kit Ilfr r.'6'ci!titd pc.i.pouoid at :77—
• nor 291- " "
frebb arrivia utrrot
eait W el r ige. fN U
$l.OO at (may:s:l) t)111WS
CLOCKS,; &c &c
4 ,!'lL' - .:‘. r Ti-...-„
::111114::111111CifiEt1 intitt .
Contep,tlquely, „ FrAlts;
aubserilier trilikrktliisitiethatt aintatint;fitgo
to the people that h a has received atlia+Ding
lato ... COefiiii,r.iilleetettittdertir
Vllll6ll -DAtrds, . •••
Chemierile,' - Patent' Midicinea, Paints Dye
Stuffs, wintlowl.itairs;' Putt* Tobacto; Snuff, and
Segars, tirc.','Which he is now prepared to yell its
cheap as the chespest.:filil„ will assure his custom
ers that in regard to quality which, is of the first im
portance; his goods Will compare with any in the
He him also a splendid assortment of fiestumety.
Soaps and • -
of all kinds; consiiiiittr in part of the following,
' Amber and Dears' Oil
-ti Bxtracts for the Handkerchief,
' Burnet's Coconino,
Harrison's Ladies' Soap,
• Diamond White Soap.
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS &c.,
Cranberries, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Currants,
Dates, Citron, Oranges, Lemons, Nuts of all kinds;
and Candies of every variety.
Kerosene Lamps,Lamp globes, and Brushes,
Kerosene Oil. Camp hine, Alcohol, Burning Fluid,
and in fact anything and everything that is usually
found in a drug store.
Thankful fur kind fevers and patronage hereto.
fore bestowo.l upon him, he solicits a continuance of
the same., and hopes diat b,v_endeavoring to please,
he may win the confidence of the people.
Phydicians' prescriptions priiinidly 'and carefully
compounded at all hours. • .KURTZ.
nov .29, 1880
THE WAR OF 1776.
THE name "Continental" sounds, .more.dear to
the American heart, than any of the Royal
blood, even should it be a Prince: w •
130 all you that want a good Cooking Stove that
burns either soul or wood, call at
'vlo X7O TECITLES
and ask fur the Continental, Which is one of the
best. stoves in market, and by fat the cheapest. _lt
takes a long stick of wood and is provided with fire
brick to burn coal. It is cone of the best baking and
cooking Stows that. has ever been offered for sale.
It is a line Cooking Stove and is easily kept Henn.
W HyEl rave a Inge assor men On tam , ant WI
give better bargains than anv other house in the
country. So to prove that my name is not Hem
Bragg call and see for yourselves.
Also on hand Heating Stoves, such as
ME PLATE AM COAL
for shop or parlor, all of which I will sell very low
You will also find a large assortment tf
wifh L'opper, Brass mid Sheet-Iron Ware, is Welt
is all of toy own make, and Which has been proven h,
cannot be fitund better hi any place. Now remem
ber I am bound to sell cheap. so all that want tinv
thing in toy line, give me a , call. My shop is still
at the old place on Main Street, under the Printing
done nt nil times and of the best double tin
Feeling. very thankful for the many past favors I ,
have received from the public, I would invite an to r
give me a call, for then you can see for yourselves a
where to get bargains. 1
Old metal taken at Foundry Prices, in exchange t
for new Stoves. W. A: THYME, r
Mar. 29 Way Ilesboa.
Dealer in all the variety of Drugs, Medi
cines. Yankee Notions. Perfumery,
Liquors for medicinal
; tS-c. 9
VVTOULD tender his thanks to the community.
V V and still soli•it the patranage of it-generous
public who want anything in .his line. Inasmuch
as he has enlarged Ins strk so as to he enabled to
answer all calls for anything and everything
towel in a Drug Store, and has a thorough ac
quaintance with the business', he hopes to gain the
confidence ut the Ummiihnity. He will pay par
ticular attention ti) filling physicians' Precriptions,
and. mere cam anal precaution used , in waiting up
on chldren than adults.
EN Sill NESE Mg
Choice Wines and Liquors for medicinal an
sacramental purposes, Patent Medicines arc endle
in variety, including all that have been mode up
this date and some that are yet in einbryo. Al
White Lead, Zinc, Paint. Whiting and Varnish
for house building or inside work, besides all six
of Wass. - Commercial. Note, Fools Cap and
Paper always on hand, with a variety of Envelop
of different 'sizes and colors. Brushes, Comb
Pomade, Fancy Soap, Hair Oil; Colognes, Esse
ecs, Flavoring- Extracts, and namerous articles
die Fancy line on hand and cirered for sale, oho°
er than ever offered before
Also a large, assortment of Kerosene Oil Lam
';hiiiineys, Shad wd. Wicks ad Koro-- 01,
laid, and Itortmeno
fill them. A general assortment of Faits
Confectionaries, Tubaccu atld (igacs.,
MILE undersigned having leased the well-kn
Coachniaking lista blislunent of Alex. Haim '.
on Mechanics street, Waynesboro'. respectful' i
flounce to theirfriensis And the public generally, t
they purpose carrying on the blisinesii in 'al to
branches,,and are new prepared to inattufactu
order all kinds of " , P
Carriages, Buggies, Baruuel
Sping Wagons, &c..&.4 of Me best material al.
wade ay superior workmen:
BLACKSMITHING and REPAIRING :o 1
kinds dune at reasonable rates, promptly and
satisfactitirr of 'customers.
COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchan
work at market prices..
far Pomona deiiiring articles 00114.14:11z 4 t.w
making line, are respeetielly.insited to, give..t.
call. i.. IC;fitORIUSO,L
GEO. 11. HA WIC.
j I".s blicimtiar Arcti. I.* ruppent, 01,
Ijconifortable fixitis fur cold r lather utr -
- nem . ,
1 - 4 1 U5 . .. at. and:l_l , s cents yes u. O c 4 ; ! t,
A Kt ri
itliODY wanfittg' anything wthe ;A
can be *uppin' . hint
- tatty - itteffitik ,
Itatr 10 9 4 1 :V 4 Atntil* W i,‘ 1 , ,
L iffit*—sl.6oV e isid Vit tr i itiht
thteelihitiths--42-0 thb ofthiee
months but within th yeah ,
A DVE EtTISEME blTS.—Tett Mies, three' ihsbre
tionsitt; for direly sithaequent hiseititnti tb amts.
[a" Patent medicine, • and othdr Cl* tu l 4r thie "
ments to he 'mid
rrHE subscriber would ritifOrni the citizens of
' Wayin3sborb' and the public that he has cont
inence(' the,Shoeineklint business in the Basement
of Kurta's Hotel, where he' tvill at all times be in
readiness to accommodate 'those who may give him
a c011..' '
made to order, on short of the 'beat' material;
undupon the tartha: . • •
Recommendations from the "Faculty of ' Princeton
College. N. J.
Pmetrox.N.j., Feb. 28th; 1881.
The undersigned are happy, to testify that pupils
of the Fayetteville Academy, Pa. have maintained•
a high standing among the recent graduates of the
College of New Jersey. , ,
President of the .Cellegs.
JAMES C. MOFFAT , - •
• _Professor of Greek: '
G. MUSGRAVE GRIM
Professor of Latin.
JOHN I'. DUFFIELD,.
Professor of Mathematics.
IHE subscribers would Inform the.,citizens of
Waynesboro', that they have opened a Flour,
Feed slid Previiiiorr Stdiailh'"the "rticim fdriniirlY - oc •
copied by Joseph' Price, Opiidaite •the residence of
John Well, where they will, at all times have for
FLOH, CJIIII MEAL IDCIIMEAT }l3llll
HOMINY, MILL. STUFF OF A LL . KINDS,
SUREENINGS, CORN, SHELLED
AND IN THE EAR, OATS, PO
TAToEs, BACON AND
Also, R re, Wheat and Barley by the bt st's! or in
smaller quantities, and other articles usually kept
in such establialunents. All Flour and Mill kituff
will be sold at Mira, Patchs roe thasne-
Ths, highest .cash prices paid liar wheat, rye.,
corn and oats. II9NIEL SNIVELY,
Fel'l4—tf WM. N. FUNK.
ir t Harbaugh & Cogs
belebrated Ailericau Linimeni -
or Man and Beast."
T" greatest and best external remedy ever o
lered to the public.' Ear sale by F. J., Krutze
Druggist. Waynesboro' and by Druggists in the
ebunty generally. IMF'Price 25 cents per bottle.
Decrmber 13, '6o ly
NO LABOR. • NO ODOF
CARDURET qF IRON
!. STOVE POLISH,
cheapest article in Iho world. Unrivalled
enninny. Permanently Inistious. The only
Inc to get it is at' BROTHER CON'S.
arch 2:3, •
so -Ain enta,l7:liroferl"P
• WAYNESBORO', A.
lIE Undersigned having recently taken the a
bove named House, furinerly known as the
be Inn " takes 'demure in announcing to hir
ids and the public that he is prepared toleCnive
entertain Guests in a style not to be excelled
any country lintel. 'Elie Maus° having been
roughly repaired and newly furnished with eve.
thing calculated to make his guests comfUrtable
he public may rest assured that they will'at all
os tiliti it in B condition suited to the comfort and
iveenee of the traveler. His Barr is always sup
ed with the choicest Liquors, and his TaLle with
• best the markets alfml, and all other appliances
, italic and neeeaaary—for the accorainoclation of
!an or least: With hithful and obliging servants
(I his own personal niterabot and supervision, he
ill leave no wails unaltered to merit public. 'm
enage. . , .
The proprietor assures those who , may favor him
ith their patronage that ley shall over meet at
a !muse a cordial rec •ption, and' that everything es.
imal to the soaves' ad happiness of his
tests shall tie attended to.
June 21, 18t10
again reminded of his recent •tour to the
ttestorn Cafes, and of the reception of his fine
Cl9.pig, Oass3ancres and Vest-
MI of the NfosT F‘iSiIIONABLE STYLES.
• His stock of FIiE.V.:II C 1. 0 .1118 and CAS'4I
- cells particular attention to, as tho
lisst in town. Also, one af Vie best assortments of
FUILNISIIING Goon+ in town—all ready for their in
spection and bensfit, and kindly asks a call from all
persons desirious of buying Goods ill. his lido, at ex
In the NEWLY FITTED RODVI, next door to
Updegratre, Ifilgennown,lllJ. [Jim. 3. 18611
r, public geuerally, that ho has removed his
Barber ahup to the Basement of Alr...Kurtz's Hotel,
formerly occupied by him. as a Bather) 1041, %Otero
he will S'lmve, Cut, and press Hair as heretoforo.
(live him a call.. Nov. 22—tf.
MD Rails far Sale."
• I 111 E subscriber has now on. hand 5000 g l ood
I CO Ez:ITIN LT RAILS which.. be will dispose
11 on ressou.Able terms. Also—pne good ROAD
'. WAGON. „.,, _ L . 8. FORNEY
.1.1n3 if ~- .., ,_ , ~,.„ . ,
I\lo /:11r:it tot ut 'hose niCa *lauker* at •
InaV 23) —. •
you mutt to see 'thtit.otge4listottAtie
pets iur town,
it IF you want,to. pure tiaoa
,ttire 4oiojr(Sititt from
1 , 2 3110, 414.01ratill'at
116. aastirtmetli ',if 'II.IIAVARr the
:aidn'Ot-trie; Dig Red Hopi. ' ,
, tiar2ti , .!fitr' " RtuumLL.
UTII R.1:11 Aim .inactut
T,',, ;. 9tav 29 .
Pt:MUM-UR A LIELS or, Ott suu
(J u no 13) -
atl.S, .11 E I.L+, for ti a—
(Juno 13.) •:'„Ef.7,Strooltooos's.
R\ Ss 1N D, CliADt4l, ';'ifievrivitztr,. of ho
lr beat 1:10 . (lOnitt 34:::'111444.011 joust?*
TOPPER SAUCE g
L. 13 KURTZ