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th e public gene rally to his
LARGE & 'SP NDID ABSORTEENT
Which will be sold atextraniety Leer Priem
&Row you will fietV attune:4*i a few articles
which win he bead staortit his atochr - to which he
rag Two LADIES,
Mike s ,
all Weal Malawi**
• Fancy Prints,
Linen if andk'ti. ' *
Furniture Una. ' '
. Bed Tickling,
Datalli, dm, as.
to and Shoes,
Of Bs very best quality, such as
Syrups, and New Orleans Molasses,
Best Rio Coffee
Superior Prepare* Coffee,
Hummell's Best !!pence;
Baker's No. 1 Chocolate,
Rice. &c., dre.
The theme goods have been cannily selected and
perchased at the very lowest figure. He is therefore
enebkd so micemmodate all who may favor him
with a call. By strict attention to business end ea
denim se Oesee in every respect, he hopes se merit
a continuance a .a
NO TRW!, LE TO SHOW GOODS.
Country Produce token in exchange for goods at
Whest market prima J. W. MILLER•
Ott. 11 '62
E undersigned 'respectfully announces to the
panSc generally that he re still st the old
stand on, Church Street, Way . neabore , Pa., where
he contisee the menufacturmg of family
- -eatainativ, -- a
uggits, flaronehes, Wagons, and every species
of vehicles aurally made In such establishments,.
His - wink is warranted, to be'composed of the
beet ano most durable tnaterinl, and o none but
theourst experienced Werktrien are employed,
lie harnow on hand iouinka Carrisgeso Bug.
gime, &c., &c., which be' will positively sell et
, griaftly reduced prices for cash, •or Opon a short
credit. By keeping a good stock at and
Itiliio - rys lidding himself 'toady to supply" .the
Mends of the-people he hopes to, retain Inge secure
a liberal share of patronage.
Repaithig, Trimming. and Painting done in'thn
best /111111Deti and et the shorted notice. -
Lumber, C o untry Produce, &c., will be taken in ,
sachem& forwork. JACOB ADAMS.
•N. B. The Books of the firm of J. & A. 8. Ad.
"ems, are in the hands of the undersigned. Persons
ittiowingthernieleei indebted ire requested tetosicji
,Y. • ; J. A.
Nov' 1, 1861. , •-•
'•!- FOR FALL AND WINTER!
FREVI SUPPLYB REcEIVED MONTHLY!
A 11. ADAMS *auW mimed illy infortn his
11.4 [irate:nand the public generally that he his
returned(from the EastenkiAlles with a general _ al
adruneiti of Reidy Made'.
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FALL AND WINTER OLCITHING,'?
bashiseing all the laniststylesofCosts:Pants,Vests,
Shirts. Coil neate n ** Idtiqianders.,lle...,ete:, all of
Which ars well in*., the public anrandisily
' tited•to,Cill and gintuiinii his goods, as he is deb&
thrthilledlo eeltlikilhOrt profits. -•'" :
continue.. to cam on :the business
of Maternity's heretofore.... - Anyone' dediring gar-
Manta tut outfits made Urraiii invited to give him a
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'II I ein retie:rim& : ito 011 ots as vim'
tersir sillily Otto!
.11:itr .town or coon.;-
kinds.. Silks, Delsins - ' g 'Atps#l4
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AMENS SPRING AND SUMMER. GOODS
of •all kinds Olathe, • Caseimere, Fine Tweeds,
Ken. Jew; Cot tailed* Vomiting, Handkereheifs,
Neck Ties; Warp • A MI assortment •of Plain
and Fancy Corinne* -
gu.EEssivial 4sto. GUSSWiRE.
A tame clo c k
Which I am prepared to.otrer as low, as any oth•
er retail store in the country.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
fot men's and Ladle's wear of :di sorts and sizes.
-Also Isrgeond well selected stock of .
Muslin., Ticking', and a Complete assortment of
Notions. Looking Glasses, Hardwaiei Hats end
Caps, Paints and Oils, Fresh Shad and Herring by
the barrel. It is no use trying to enumerate. If
you want anything in the Dry Goods line, just call
and you will find as ready to wait on you with
10,000 CHESTNUT JOINT SHINGLES for
Sale Country produce taken in exchange for goods
at the highest market prices.
By strict attention to business and a desire to
please in every respect, I hope to merit a con
ttnuance of patronage.
May' 23.) COLLIFLOWER & CLUGSTON.
zrzi - vor azLes, NsiIZifUEOB3C
Diir i f ßtakeei! r etifthan f.ln g cueomen,t2itrrs the public
he has just returhed:- hum Philadelphia with
OM largest assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Soaps, Perfumery, Fruit, Confec.
tioiary, &d., &c., that has been •brought to -the
place this season, whicis he will sell eheap. He
has on hand. with what he is receiving, makes his
auortment of Patent.Medicino greater in variety
than any other establishment in the place. In a
fair weeks, he will publish his list of manufactured
articles. lie has on had new, his Cough Medicine,
put up in six ounce butler; price 25 cents, ""no
cure, ao -pay." Its curative properties are now
fully appreciated, judging from its daily sales.
May 2 '62.
MT. HOPE STORE.
fiIHE undersigned *quid inform his customers
and the public generally that he has just.re•
cessed from Philadelphia a full assortment of
Spring & Swimmer Dry Goods,
Groceries, Hardware, Queensitare, Shoes, Boots,
Hats Caps, sad all other articles usually retailed
by country merchants, all of which will be sold as
low as the Name goods .can be purchased elsewhere
in the county.. The public are invited to call and
•:amino his stock. JOHN M. COOK.
Mt. Hope, April 18
DR. W. L MIER
t4INNOUNCEB to his friends and the public
generally that he is now in possession of ail
e late and most improved instrumenta,and is well
prepared to •perform all DENTAL operations. He
will be happy to wait upon those who may require
the services of an experienced Dentist. All opera
tions "upon the mouth and teethperfinmed in a
scientific manner. Teeth inserted according to the
latest improvements in the art, and at moderate
Officeln his residence on the South Corner of
IFEEK.OP TROUBLES TIM
UP *IND SPUD - 011..!.,
WllO can make a. mant—l mean in appear
ance; with a emit fitting like a faahioh-plate
pants and vest fit fora president. Who makes the
fine gents you see in the city', The Tailed—no
'Mistake about it, Well, then, we have just brought
from the City, the neatest, sleekest, finest,iancies.,
!oiliest, lot of •
FANCY CASSIMERS, BLACK CASBIMERES
:„ • CLOTHS AND VESTINOB,
that cant* seen in this quarter. We will, pkdge eon
sellas to turnout good FITS AND* *- CHIMIP
Fresh, sparkling goods slater please, swims have
thaw; • We have the Wad Fashion Plates, and will
leave 'nothing undone to please our friendi and the
"rest elpankind."' G. 4. J. BENDER.
ITT .AItNESBOR,O* 8/4.VING FUND.—This
rV Society will-pity this fallowing rates -of in
terest psi annumAn all ,strini'deposited in the In.
stitntioniFir 8 mOtithsil, per cent.; from - Rl° 8
months,. per cent.; front 9 **Jilt menthe; 4 per
cent; and over 19 nionthii, •41 7 per Cent: For
,toeriod thin so montlkeAhe4erzes will be
made kown by , the Treasurie...' . ;•*•,-, • . , •
Notes fdrdisconntskonld be liittiled - to the_ Tress
urn oxil Tuesday * ee.tbe ,Biiird at Direeteetakeet
nett* on Wednesday Of Week.at 9 o'clock
AA./. By order of - theißoard,
17 '6B JNO:PININP,It 'Treasurer.
rrifie enbseriber , having dispassi — . ;‘ , 01- his entire
"AL ' Stock'of Cloak to bilears.Conitiewor dc, Ohm,
atom 11006011 ill persona .indelima to' him onlitere
Boolato ,eettle their is Diaswititind
monnt'of their indebtedness to either:44hp P.,l3tudy
or Dabiel tricker.- The new firm Will'nontinita_ the ,
borinese'as heretofore • A. 8.,1140NN..!
Qtendirasst.,3l. 1111619' • .
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444140,001. t Thteirr,' • ,
61 / 1 1 . 4 C 6 shies it I& Clakiereis ht want dt
anychhiff ' • 'Wilhelm*, Oat -hi Nut tomb
Pletea and', fte.47 l lAl ll l ll mni onto fse•.
Ey enlintid "
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',Manufacture and Sale
Or TurwAnpa logEW4ncett WARE, AIJD
Heir now prepared tompply, any ddetand for hie
Groh ASteeet. sentosUliouseheePleg .Goode and
Kitchen Wrote, ett *nett tame ea Jona : give entire
offered are of the bestitrid melt improved kind/hand
haring been tried are acknowledged to be all that
can be desired is good cookers and bakers, and art •
easily kept clean.
MO own ILAIWTACIVRIIID WARI is, all made with a
slew to the *ante' of co - element from dui best mate-
rial and • is warranted is all cases .to be • good. He
also keeps *large eisiortnient of/oaq, attieks.
Pt epeeist attention is given to pOttitig up
SPOUTING, Made of the best tine-for houses and
barns, in which be has had a long and extensi4mea
Remember the sign of the Mg Red Horn.
Aug. 9, 1869 . • D.. B-RUSSELL.
=I Et Elo tra 6R`3 8
511,HE subscriber, thankful for past patronage, still
11. solicits the same; and in addition to manufactu
ring kinds of worked
Material for Butidles Purposes,
HASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS,
BLINDS, FLOORING, WINDOW
FRAMES, FACING, MOULDINGS, dte., Etc•
lam prepared to !Umiak all kinds of oaktimber
for different purposes in building, such as
JO I CB, RAFTERS, Lam STUDDING , PAIL
INGS, SCANTLING, BOARDS, &c.,
All of which will be sawed to order, at short noitce
and upon reasonable terms.
Also. seising, by mill and circular saws, of every
description done; Framing, surfacing, Matching,
Flooring, &c., & c. For further particirlars apply to
the subscriber, at Factory two miles southeast of
Waynesboro. b. F. ()OOD.
Jan. 17, 1881
PROVISION STORE I
THE subscribers announce to the citizens of
Waynesboro' that they have opened a Flour
d and Provision Store in the roost next door to
Dr. Brotherton's office; where they will at all times
have for sale
MILL STUFFS OF ALL KINDS. SCREEN
INGO. CORN, SHELLED AND IN
THE EAR. OATS, POTATOES,
APPLES, VINEGAR; '
Also, Rye, Wheat. and Barley by the bushel or in
smaller quantities, and other articles usually kept
in sucn establishments. All Flour and Mill Stuff
will be sold at Mar. ROOMS SOS PUS CASH.
The highest market prices wilt be paid for Wheat,
Rye and Corn to be delivered at the Mill of the sub
scribers. JOHN WALTER,
(Sept. 3.—1 f.)
ANNOufrreEs to his Waynesboro' friends
and the public generally that he has quite re.
entity replPn ished his stock of goads for Gentlemen's
wear, which embeitces all the latest et, les of Cloths
(French and Ameriean manufacture).
moot fashionable styles, undershirts, drawers, neck
ties, handkerchiefs, suspenders, gloves, &c. &c.—
Person. from - Waynesboro' and vicinity visiting
fisgerstoarn are invited to give him a call as ho is
prepared to sell all goods in his line at
for the cash.
His Store is in the NEWLY FITTED ROOM,
next door "to UpdegraSit, Hagerstown, Md.
Oct. 24, '62,"
Important to Farmers
HE subscriber takeathis method of announcing
• of the Farmers and others, that he has on hand
a' of of DWARF BROOM CORN seed, eltrge
soma: speeimens of the corn. This is an e t
article-011room Corn, and should be raised by ev
ery. one. He has also a full assortment of fresh
Thugs, Medicines, Chemical's, dm
I. • ' J. F. KURTZ.
P. B. Ism selling Cranberries at 1211 , cents pe
quart; . Mar. 14
Smoke Stabk fat
T IRE stilmicrilerluie a heavy Iron Smoke Stack
• XI feet long "Ind MI inches in diameter. which
Its will dispose of upon reasonable. terms. Post"of•
&a•addrew. Quincy, Pa
• JOHN L. METCALF. .
Zdentser's Horse &Cattle Po*der
Air wt. STONER . having purchased of Mr
.131. • MeatiAnthe'reelpe for making the above
br-famediforiciind OattlekPowdei,for Penney Ive.
njlt end'hisqlstrid, takes this method ef ilifOrming
the farmers, drovers; dcc., that he has on, band and
intends keeping •a' good supply always- on hand.'
COantry merchants and otherskespinganch articles
fekpate;troiald - do well toaupply themselves witlat
gientity. He win fen it oricommission or (of cash
cheap: . Orders will be,puuctualli attended to.
A.,1.:111.€.!1. „... .. .
XO/eßite-OR FOR RENT,,--A Ten-plate
. 8 4' 0 ' 1 , 4 . 1 .4 PPIi lit-PACE.If State. -
&ilk. '.: -'. .• •-, -, . , . ..
rrllik.:lingost tin of Hoop Stilts atee . ,brought to
lijpii.biote, cantle seen . at
An 1403) r
yostsVerst to sea a erica end well selests stock
goakipl call -at inai2l4' ruin
--" • to FARMERS; "
,Spsdee, MoSti,,Ferllo, Ritter,
sirowitDrargs,'&c.,•tlic., at prices-that will.defl,
corapetitlow Call, rtnd see (or yoarselees,At':
• *pH Bsealsai.intea
, ittestut - Boer'beav Boots and Shoop st, '.• • '
' Y -044 ,',-.' ' ~ .. ,'' ' .nwinei. -','.•
.11 -: . l* , ' ol4lC .iti T ., tiko sick °film Big giditirt
1- 40-;'#lP -:' - s' . ' ' - D. 11 . gqiegiiii - ,
Y' ' '
T. B #4006P-5.11. 0 01,4 -Posobse.. prod aunt Milei;
~ r-5141*-..--, - ..). '. ikiiilisioa. Hume? fi; Co's.
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- ?GRAIN - ,SEPASit* : .01401411: -
Acsiii.Nipomd rgreihio 'es#El`
or Belt,' all fui‘ttistiedrilompiete
readrio* put on Wagcna.
1, tittrundersigrted,4Beire to Call thettittenthin 0
Farmer's atufThreshermen of lomnblinputdedjoirt.
lug coimties to It. This Ifichine has been before
the public; for 'seven years, .during .which time it
,has given :general satisaction,_ and the patentee
having made semi very important rimprovainents,
whickrendett4t , still More complete, both for dead_
separating , and cleaning, and 'alio for ease of
draught and fast threshing. 1 take.pleasure in-re.
commending - it to the public, knowing that is Will
give the best of satisfaction. r ow4esitufsctuting
three different sizes, as '
No. lii hoirso Power,will thiesh and clean (rent
200 to 600 baskets per day. •
N o , 2 is 6 s o 0 boroo;power, will thresh and clean
fiora'l6o,to 300 bushels per day •
No. B.b 4 to 0 horse power, will thresh and clean
Irmo 100 to 200 hsshele per day.
These Mactunes are warranted to do the above,
and do it much better in every respect than any
other machine in use.
Grain having much light filth in it.eleaned on this
Machine is worth from 2 t.? 3 cents mole per bush
el_than_when_cleaned,on any other separator, or the
commotsivay of cleaning on land fans. • For this
reason 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
ahues, whereas, when cleaned will, riddle that ad
vantage is lost
This Machin does not return the *elands as
moat of the separators do. By returning filthy tail.
ends alternately it isim • • asible to make merchants-
grain, Ano er important -atnre a t' as
that others of the kind have not, is the Self-acting
Blast Regulator in the fan; which *mediae all dif
ficulties-in bad cleaning, blowing grain in the chaff
in high speed or irregular driving, which cannot be
avoided in cleabing grain by horse power'
This Machine is also moledniabki and leis tedious
to manage than any other Separator and Cleaner,or
the common machine with shaker.
Orden to insure their being filled until harvest
should be sent in immediately.
I am hilly prepared to make to order and on short
notice Portable and Stationed
rc . 777 7 V "?. F . r .9 M . q .' 71
GRIST AND SAW MILL GRAM%
, SHAFTING AND PULLEYS, '
IRON BRIDGES, CAST IRON WATER
WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, &c,
Stoves and Prow castings,also cast iron and wrought
iron pipe for steam or meter, and Brass casting, of
every description; in'a word, 'I am prepared toa d'
everything usually done in a foundry and machine
shop. Having supplied myself with the latest im
proved machinery, such as Lathes, Boring, Planing
and Drilling Machines, perilous can rely on having
their workAYme in the most satisfactory manner.—
I am alio prepared to manufacture to order ma
chinery for wood, such as Tonging send (holing
machines for flooring, Surface, Tehoui 'and Mould
ingFioal.raipnbr o en tier 4ir t the public a new and vain.
able improvement in my steam engines, made
within the last yeas, via: hv the economising of
fuel, and the regulation of speed. which renders my
new engines far superior to the old engines.
i hi ase nes
a a i re li s ood old under naaitai it warrantee. l,soithit :t am ,
ed bilAs a ineli n i d m p y' r e o inn m dac ptly attended to. All orders sent in
p u la a a anrreni also
snea all expe r ien ce d
preparedmoi nn u
s t i h e t) e
e C Oo warr an ti ng
d Io w orkmen
I ll notice.
with iwork.Oni ri
a l dt 1 1: " 15(4" solici t-li
ars anti circulars 'descriptive al ma.
Or DANIS!. Ogress Proprietor of Territory , and so.
lieetor °Confers, Waynesboro' Franklin Co. Pa.
NO HUMBUG !
THE undersigned having opened, a Watch - arid
Jewelry Store, in the new building on the
corner of the Diamond, and having recently return.
ad from Philadelphia, would inform the residents of
Waynesboro' and the public generally, simile bas
now on band a fine assortment of •
WATCHES,IE WELRY, SILVER AND
Having - had consiaerable experience at Witch
repairing, he is prepared to do all work promptly
in the best manner and guarantee the performance
An assortment of spectacles, and vectacle glasses
always on hand., Jewelry impaired in the neatest
manner. - W. A. GROVE.
P. B.—Old Silver taken in . exchange for goods,
A pr.4—ly r.
Cheap and Beantiratlaght.
No. 1 Carbon Oil—pure ,and non-explosive—
warranted to burn without emitting any smell
if used in the - . , •
CARBON OIL LAMPS,
of tbe latest styles - - an unprovementr.--all sold
CHEAP eon Coan;st th sign of the
Apr. 4 - ' D. B. RUSSELL.
THE 'undemisital, having become Agent for
Wm. Knabe& Co's. "(of Baltimore). celebrated
planet and of Cerbast. Meedbant & unser
,paietatllfelodeons,is prepared to furnish individ
tiabs WWI the above named instruments at city pri
ces. All instruments warvutte by the manufactu
Lesions on the above inatrifunente giymt in town
aticountry. (iney2/3 ) .. • - BUDD.
OUNG - Tdo you Mantle see .the nines assort
went of Raney Carnimese it
VVayneobero'. call at ! ! 4. apr4 Patco's
411 1 t fin , wit*. to Rorie! right down it Price's
Store.. - What wt. Why, , to get some,
more of thittlevikYosit 1111 e ems
bruit at •
ltitNa:T ow Orkons allows call at
ry.w..k good..ctiisw.-4- Tobacco cainc e*llat
,101kRIMA Coffiesaugaist, Was till tai eese it
~_.; - lissditeir
KUa• at la* D
*1,4,2,441.41 amd f e u '
p pri l ttrA U6S; at ,
r'• VnirpßAN /00”aof..at - :.
, . Itvaiest •
suppliS 4 Kltl ss. 4,
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end , keit [se e Pori d . ent ,m Ones; the
beai 11*1 1 40411/liiliMsenitAst cleatipat.
tot w oopri onto'. mit to VlWlldetiffettli flnt
4titi eta binteeireif i r tide,
is ' chisti
kigtettiontnieht'on hen mud will
Orel bstto4 toting thin; lOW other home ins the
Is: nutty? littitto p cvni, t 1331 none is pot:Geri.
*lts 6411-iinitimo. fox yotnsehrese_ •
4 11° 9 0 4 honalli!llin,l edieij,Oct
for path*, all Of •arhich.l will will frery lo*
irtittleffikp find. - slatge sswirtment. of .
rrifli'Copper, „Brass and 'Shret.iron'
is all of my own^nialte, and irhich has lienWprnvatt
cannot be found, better in No* remel
her lam bound to sell cheap, sowil that *int any
thing in tny line, giie-mev:a milk' • My,ehop is. still
at the old placenta Main Street, tinder the Printing
'•' • • '
• 11 0 ',11se Mtf
Jolla it all times, mid ceche beat double tin. .
Feeling very thankfat,for the many put favorsl
have received from theloiddkii-would invite all to
give me a call, for theiv . you can see for yourselves
*here to get bargt'tins4
Old metal taken at Foundry PriCei in exchange
for ne* Stove,. •
„ , Werteshore.
If It 118 D. 11 - 1
DlMS,Eillgilit ' 'I Y.
ConfectiOnery, &c. # ite., &C.
'seri or ea-t ototho4ogartatottnoiag
to the people that ha bait **cabled: at his‘Drug
store s ' a large and earefully4solietad'atock 0$
Chemicals, Patent .Midicines, Paints Oilsi Dye
stuffs, window Masa i Putty, Tobacco, Snuff, and
ewers, arc., which be is. now prepared to sell .
cheap as the cheapest dna still assure his custom,
era that in regard to, quality. sottish no of the first im
portance; his goods will compare with any Mt the
He bee she a splendid assortment a Peatumesp,
Soaps end •
of all kind*, consisting in part of the following, tin
Anitier an& Ream' OK
' Extracts foe tdu- Handkerchief,
Harrison's Ladies' Soap,
• Hotel soap,
Diamond White Soap.
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS &c.
Cranberries Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Currants,
Dates, Citron , Lemons, Note of all kinds,
and Candies of every variety.
Kerosene Lamps, Lamp globes, and Brushes,
Kerosene Oil, Camphine, Alcohol, Burning Fluid,
and. in fact anything and everything that is usually
found in a drug store.
Thankful for kind lavers and patronage hereto.
fore bestowed upon him, he solicits a continuance of
the same. and hopes .bat by andeavoringlo please,
he may win the confidence of the people.
Physicians' prescri ion's om 41 and careful) _
=moan - • a a
no' .29, 1860
Dealer in all the variety of Drugs. Medi
, eines, Yankee Notions, Perjumery,
Liquors for medicinal
4 , *e., 4.c. li
UTOCIAD tender his thanks to the community
V - and. sormit the tatranage of a generous
public who want snythiug au his line._ Inasmuch
as he has 'enlarged hie stock so as to be enabled to
answer all calls or anything and everything usual
ly found in a Thug filtore # 610 has a thorough ac
quaintance with the business,' he hcipea to gain the
confidence of the Community. He will p?y par
ticulauttention to filliaglthysiciane Precriptionl.
and nifire.care and precautic in mind in waiting up'
on children than adults.
MIII SID -DES AIM
Choice Wines and Liquors foi medicinal and
sacramental purposes, Patent Medicines are endhas
in variety, including all That have been4node up to
this date and some that are yet in .ernbryo. ' Also
White Lead, Zinc, Paint, Whiting and Yarnishes
for house building or inside' work besides all Sims
of Masa. Commercial, Note, FoobsCap and Letter
Paper always on hand, with a variety of Enyekmea
of different rises and &dors. Brushes; Combs,
Pomade, Fancy' Soap, Hair Oil; Cialogries,Easen•
cos, Flavoring Extracts, and impotent; - *racial in
the Fenny line on hand and offered for sale, cheap;
er than ever, caned before .
Also alsiger.assortment'or Kerosene Oil Linker, - ""
and Wicks, and Kerosene OitArt
All them. A general assortment of;grpite IhJ
ConAlaionazies„ Tobacco and Cigars:
04.111. " 7 -
rr/HE unaersigned basin; lessiti tha waknown
j 1; Cuschmaking Establishment of Alm Kaaritton.
onMechanics greet, Wit*bete • gislineifial so'
nounce4o theirlfririnds an. 4 public gsarially i ; alai
they purpose • carrying oi the 'Web** in i'U . its.
branches, and ant skoaLitrapared o lo'hismitietnes to
calm alekinds Of , :,'',-, • , • - ... - • •
tarriapet,o4l' degt aichest
'spi4 - . sW*44or. the bed itaterial L an4'
mac sisprnat-werkuilwl. ' ''' 7— -....- -
' BLA Ke/MITHING Itini REPatRINiI-Of all
'hisihOfts it. esaioitable' tatestpleolglY 1 1 1 , 1 4-ta the
ai ' 011irattSitans, „ • -
'. TRIVPMCIPUUMitakee in "damp Ise
- • Jagging Aida fieworkiii 1 1.0 C't 741 0 0 ,,
torkins lig*** mlwAfalllinvitist ter — litOlioiiii
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41 111 - 1 ,
- 1 , 5 „,
14ENIT ' ' ; : tfir. .41OCLEN I P.;
riIHE B'llll'4 . ribe' -h r j 4illfli- i ll i- 4,
I Wirtroie siditiiiiWlS/Wirsi.
liken"io; Ellidiniiikisigliimbell /44 Oa**
°Midi iistai,*fterilte lifirsiVil - tali a'lNtil
sialline#lissiciiiiiiiiilkihiclimOilli*f init als
'..' l Bool a ritkiii*tEstr: - ...
madosi (*Witte " inlaii*,4**lilll Oliiilbdi
stidupocillis arose ' ' aiiblii.tortaila
... :iL,. 1 ~.. ,
ifeepinaendAng. l!Odni gillpieldiSf . ? 4, 4 1 0 10 0 1
Purism* :,14, V.b astbi •1881: •
The undersigned are happthr: telt*: that papa
of the Faletterilki Academy, , Pil. hire 'maintained.
bigh standing oolong the recent graditatioskd thte
.o,ollege of New ferny,
'President of the Coneger.
lAMES ColifOrPAT ,
- Plcifeersokof Orrielw
MURAIRALVK 131101Zg 5 ,.
. AMIN T.; DUFFltlitk. , •
racer.2B Proresioi s of M4themditlai
D. Jacolwiliarbaugil Alp
"vat Mall and iteas
T"greatest and hest e;itirrrAdrenieds ever 'as
feted to the public. torsalOy..F. J. Krill*
Druggist. - Waynesboro° rtirte.hrDrbgglste in
county ganeratly . 4,;',.ll3l°Wrieloglivainatirpiertottle.
LABOIL - .". '% . A 11 9'91)9i"
lAttatirrt , ' '
STOVE' - '
Tie cheapens, in the 'world.,Unrivalledin Econom f y. Peethariontly '4ustrotro 'rho' roily
. . ..
gi Oantinentil -M44 i°
WA V NESBORirri4A... - ' ' "_.,,:
i' ik -
HE. undersigned having nomMtly . te taken r e AO
love named lionse; formerly, known - riejlito'
lobe Inn.""lnktrildessute 'in, finnouncing,te hive'
friends. and theffitblie that he is proinunper,reiehii*
slut enteitaiaattests in *style not to'be otoefillill•
by any countli Mote& The , Heise hailatbsere'
thoroughly repaired and newly furnisher). witbovac
ry thing caloulateti to Make himAgtfeitidtratiltaliti*
—the publionieyzest assurert:that , they Will •it slii
times find it lit u donilitiolisigted;tithn within' snit
convenience of the traveler.'' Ru Bar is always sup. ,
plied with the °holiest Diners, and his Tahre with.
the belt the markets aunt, and all other aitilkinee*
suitable and. peceiaary 'for the 'fteeemmodstion of
man or beast. With faithful and . obliging servant*
and his Own personatattention:atursoperviiion, he•
will leave tia moans dampared to. merit , publiciin.•
tronage. ' . ~ ~ ~ - , , ,
The proprietor assures those , whotiliry*vor him,
with their patronage that they shall- everinest at
his houses cordial reception,- and that everything er*o
"Millis! 'to the convenience and happiness of his
guests shall be attended to.
June la, 1860;- - _ L. 8., KURTZ
TRE'"OLD MILLER AGAIN .
A 8 the RobeHier it now errits last legs, and.
nearly over, we thought right to announce to. .
the public that we will grind Grins of 20 bruthels4
or upwards either for pay or Toll seputely,and that•
we have on hand all kinds of FEED, CORN in.
ear or Mailed, or in MEAL sifted or not. Afsi?— ,
Oats by the bushel oi. in any way that it nisY be.
Bhipsteff and Bran, Cora.-
in Cob.Obopped at short notice.- Plaster by the ton,
or bushel en hied. Still in the market for Wheat..
We can.always do up good work filurit was, done:
at Island No. 10, and Fistitharg Lending.
J. F. KURT"!.. etil
TO TEE. LAMB I
NIMS M. II informithe Ladfil or
Waynesboro' ant vkinity Alit-she has to
moved her Millinerylltme to thirdaiiiang hemmer'
Main Street, adjoining the residarka.of Mr. Jacob
Wolcand has just received awl the Esateni liilJ
ies a fiat assortment of
Bonnets, Bats, Bonist Tdaamlap,
and other articles usualryjtelsky, Minium. The-
Ladies are requested 'to ME a nd examine tteratoolt
'AT BROTHERTON'id," L Lanni
Colts Revolvin fistels
Colts Pistol Csetridger. • ;
-` • 81iartilisPistol'embidget*
Coke Pietitespe. -
- Nick's-11 S Army. Capp,
Bullets etu l Ballet KneJ4ar ;',x.
Fine Bowie Kidiee,'
Copper Pistol Flasks, ,
Basard's Electric roadie:
imeneef this •leeciimion ye become - exeeedingly
searce; no wen g the only rag* 'Yowl
aside, •will•do we to tali iininediately and-gurclutis
OM of 'Collie Patent Beyieb-logiikMe Revolvers.
*Pt' 66, 'W 1 ` • ' • -
•:5000 ails for
mug bait.:now, lea han d 6000-goat
'94p):IIPNVT RAMS:vilch &twill dispose
of on reasonoble tens: Map—dons good" ROAD ,
WAGOpI., .". ' , & ,FORNST
NNW VED SEI.F4DA LINGIPSUIE 1;4 NN"
Lthat eta-bet elaoted and optima
.111tany , lsie ell,
tot *ale "Altus Gigot of the Bic
Only 11 '62.) -'D. D. ligasiat..
N9THEit lot - orticia Wok
yitirant to ass do latwatAmort . oppitif Ou
pet* in sawn, ll at IVA- t:pea
KURE - and uoadalteratod
for** by ablafr. aivt thiAliSlit Maitaii
smstyll cams pr. avast. r r - i;,iaia.l4l.
jyol wangle we Syrup motet aolliolliolMtiNg
.. crystal acid as sweet as hong. mita - • '
apr4 ' .1"4101*
LARGE moortmest 'T ,‘ iji
ear of thi Dig Hod
Tll'flati* saw at •
1? - 1 . 011OVIO •,
a-Avett - , •
ran • rpitumitik'.i:".
Lom e writ ,-? , ..7
„to • ,ouvi3)
NEW MILLINERY GOODS!
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