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Winamborot 'Pillar - ecord.
Thuradig, July 6; 1571.;
There are ten• to twelve * thonsand
colored voters, in Pennsylyania.
Itaaitere are iiitf-aii6 'day newg-pit
pers publishgcliu re_mmlvp,nia.
rteMie..state of the late Hon. C. L.
Vallandlgham is estiinated at from $30,-
000 to $40;000, clear of incnmbrance.
The N. Y. , Herald spys Gen. Grant
is booked for a second term in the Piesi
dential chair avkinst all" 'opposition.
The' New York- Herald reports flat
the . pardon of, ex-Congyessin . an ' Bowen,
convicted of hilgliamy, wgs signed by the
President on Saturday at, , Long Branch,
The people 'of Boston voted on Sat
urday whether beer should be included in
the prohibition liquor law, and the result
was in favor of free lager.
, Mir From Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and
Indiana a large crop of wheat, a moder
_ate crop of hay and a small cro • of oats
, are expected.
rtq!..Re4. E. D. Saunderia, of Philadel
phia, on Saturday gave the Presbyterians
of that city $1,000,000 to found a Pres
byterian Hospital. . . •
Gen. E. F. Fciys, who lost a leg during
•the Rebellion at Kenesaw mountain, has
been nominated for Governor by the Re
fie - Major Andrew Jackson Donelson
a fernier can fidate for Vice-President, di-,
ed suddc:nly Monday,a week, in the Pea
body 'Hotel at . Cincinati, of cholera mor
bus, aged 72. ' • .
lowa, has but one distillery Where
whisky is made—Kentucky has 82 whis
.IES - Judge Thomas Perry, • of the Cir
cuit Court of Alleghany county, Mary
land, died at his . residence, in Cumber
land, on TUO.sday a week, aged 62 years
and nine months.
Some years ago a man bought a
piece of land in Chicago for $l5 and a
mule. He sold it and is now not worth
a cent, while the land is worth $1,000,-
The public debt statement shows a
reduction during June of $7,103,849. The
total. of decrease during the adininistra
lion of President Grant has been .6233,
432, 425. There is at present in the Treas
VS...Arrs. Annie Breed, of Norwich
Conn., died, a few days since and left $2O,
co oto a faithful servant, bby Nikey,
for twenty years of devo on. The domes
dap was so delighted with the legacy that
she actually died of eiceis_of happiness in
loss than two weeks.
Selqn the Criminal Court of Balti
more, on Satur y, Leap Scarborough,
colored, convicted of infanticide, and
William Pr . chard, colored, convicted of
rape, Nve" oth sentenced by Judge Gil
mor to be hanged at such time as may be
_fixed by Governor .
maim third trial of ex-Major Cah
,oon for forgery, at Richmond, Va., rcsul.
ted in his conviction and sentence to two
years, imiiisonMent in the penitentiary,
but with a recommendation to executive
mercy. Cahoon was previously senten
ced to five years, but was granted a new
trial on technical points
kte"'Brighara Young has gotten him
self into more trouble with the United
states officialSiii Utah. He ordered out
the Mormoa'militia fora parade on the
FoUrth of July, and this being in direct
violation of the proclamation . of the late
Governor Shaffer, Acting Governorßlack
forbids it, and will use force to prevent
any such demonstration.
rm. The first important case under the
Enforcement or Ku Klux bill is now, on
trial at Memphis, Tennessee, in the United
States Court. Twenty-eight names figured
in the indictment, and all arc residents
for many years of Monroe county. Thein
&talent charges the defendeats,while in
disguise, with foreiblp taking Alexan
der Page, a negr, o, frOm his house near;
Aberdeen, at midnight of,the' 29th of
March, tend hanging him by tip neck un
til e was dead. The trial wnsl9ened on
Friday last on a petition from a ; writ of
itabeas corpus, which was granted. A
large number Of witnesses were exatained.
The defence rely chiefly on the ability of
counsel and the previous good character
of defendants, who present a respectable l i
appearance in court, which ispresided over
by Judge R. A. Hill, by a detachment of
the 16th United Stated Infantry, sent from
Nasuville, who mount guard at the court
'house door all day. The trial excites in
terest, and :will probably last several days.
The wife of one of the defendants was ad
mitted to testify in ,behalf of the husband:
Sie". A Letter froth Fort Griffin. Texas
.Junes7th, says: "I supposeyou-have.heard
-efthe great slaughter of - Indians here.—
"The cavalry met some two #tindred men,
'Womenand children, and showed them no
quarter, killing all they laid their hands
upon. §tich yelling I:never did' hear.—
•EVery anan .was for himself. The infan
try was in the n reserve , and caught all
:stragglers not even one escaping, orders
diming been - given to shown quarter..".
Ar37.trra.Ti - Jing of
'the BOard of Trustees - of the Antietam
National Cemetery was .;,recentiy held
Philadelphia, at which the old officers Idpre
re-elected., - 'The repoilt of the President
shows the financ e s of the Board to-be as
follows.: Balance on hand tit, the begin
ning of the year,
.$2,500 ; .appropriatlOni
from various States last winter, $22,500 ;
cash yet due tiom States on for Mer appro..
priations; $ll,OOO. :To4l aytaible, fur*
$37,000. There have been already ex
pended on theimprovement'ofthegrounds
$63,000. The cemetery is located at Sharps
tram, the' grave's - Of:the . dead ;soldiers of
'Perm4lvania ma . 4l7evr,'Y'iirk forming the
base.of the - There are five thous
and ifnionsoldiers buried there, the graves
of 3,700 of whoia are identified. In the
centre of the .grminds, in. ,an elevated lo
cation, it is intended to erect a monument
in memory'of those wito lieburied around.
The structure will consist of a pedestal 25
feet high; on which.will be a colossal stat
ue, 20 feet high, of a Union' soldier on
guard., The entire monument is to be of
white granite, will weigh about 300 tons
two years to complete.
XerTwenty years ago a feral eight miles
square in Livingston county, 111.,-was en
tered by its present owner •at • $1,25' per
acre. It is now subdivided
two farms of 1,280 acres each, every farm
being run by separate sets of hands, the
whole under the direction of the owner,
M. L. Sullivant. There - are 15,000 acres
- - W . he pir mils hedf
under the plpngi tes, or
fence, besides other fences ; 150 miles of
ditch for draining.. One hundred men
and four hundred work tors'eS and mules
are empkiyed on 'the farm,. besides two
book-keepers, four blacksmiths and eight
: carpenters. An accurate account is kept
with each sub.farm, and with each man,
horse and mule, the animals being all
named or numbered, and charged with '
the amount paid for them and their food,
and credited with their labor. The en
tire farm, with improvements and person
al property on it, is now valued at . about
SerA young woman, aged about twenty
years, name unknown, was murdered at
an early hour on Saturday morning near
Choses's station, on the Philadelphia
road, by a party ofmen dressed ire women's
clothes who had been prowling about 'the
neighborhood for some time past, stealing
She wk 3 first seen on Friday night acting
suspiciously, and early on Saturday morn
ing a party of four whites and two color
ed men went in search of her. They found
her sitting on a, bank besides the railroad
track, ang one Joseph League, 100' - was
armed with a shot . gun, 'fired, ate charge
taking effect in her forehead killing her
The woman had blue eyes, long flaxen
hair, was na --- Y - UfTd;and of lady-like ap
pearance. It is suppo3ed she vas insane
and had escaped from custody. The mur
derer was crested, and the 'authorities are
investigating the affair. •
..Among the things 'which Grant's
Administration has made possible, is free,
religious worship in Salt Lake City. The
Methodists have recently held a camp
meeting there, and eVen Brigham Young
and other Mormons listened to a sermoita
gaiust poligamy. The meeting was undis
turbed except by one Mormon r who was
promptly arrested. Three, years ago such
a thing would' have been impossible.
But the opening of the Pacific Railroad,
and the firm Mind which the President has
held Upon everything, have satisfied Brig
ham that he would better pay respect to
the powers that be. No Administration
ever made its power felt before among this
people, who have always openly defied the
law and the Government officers. In mak
ing it safe for other sects to worship there,
and to secure freedom ofspeach,the death
blow has been aimed at this last relic of
ANOTHER WAnNiso.—The Middletown
.(11.td.) Valley Register gives the following
account of the accidental killing of a lit
tle boy near that place, son of Mr. .John
P. Gayer :
It seems that early on Tuesday.' morn
ing of last week. Howard, aged five yeaa,
the little boy who was killed, awoke from
sleep somewhat frightened, andinitaagin
ed that he saw something in his - room.—
He went dOwn stairs and -told his elder
brother Elias, aged about 15 years, of
what he had seen, and asked him to get
his gun and shoot it. To gratify him,
Elias reached the gun and in turning to
go up stairs the trigger caught in•the door
some way, and the gun was 'discharged,
the load 'entering' the head of his 'little
brother, just above the right 'eye killing
him instantly. ' The unfortunate little
boy was a' great favorite of the family,
and a very interesting child.
CURE FOR I3unss.—The best remedy
for burns, in any stage, is a strong solu
tion of Epsom Salts in water. The appli
cation at once relieves pain, and healing
takes place with marvelous rapidity.--
Our personal experience furnishes several
instances of remarkable cures from the
application of this ready remedy—says an
ns...Hail fell with such a force during
a storm in Prince George's county, ' Md.,
on Saturday •last, that horses, rattle and
sheei) were killed, and the corn mnch in
IVES.-Why is a barrel of beer like a
prize-fighter? Because it's n brew, sir.
l) ni, i! ,a)g4;.4141',. 091 : g...'"
`'Sr gciAL:i'Britic.E. 4
—Welfailed , to print , . :
:enough paperslasOseek- r persons who
are_not subscribers io the Record that we
intended to send co2ies, and Therefore re
new our proposition and send it to this dais
this week.,Wo - 3v9,lod',l4),.:pioasedlo,,A
their names to our list for one year, or six
months, as they may desire. Those who
anefftel etihn&d..i l ofieCept
Pq4Pll7l- 1 1Ptqase..Kejgr 1 )t 1 2te,,,PRETfittl it ,
Se'This county has 242 public schools.
iter...liard weather this on butter-and
re• See sales by Messrs. Amberson &
Cunningham and Miss Bosserman. -
mPationize home institutions. .Don't
go away from home to get a wife.
im.The man with the "big feet" still
refuses to take the . Record.
has been suspended for the present.
zit -Our devil thinks the latest thing
out—is a certain married man in town.
SarAn interesting .communication on
"Our Future" vill appear in our next
Fnurr.—Our neighborhood promises an
abundant yield of peaches, but a short
iSer New potatoes, the first of the sea
son, were retailed in town , on Saturday at
$2 per bushel.
jThe game called "Croquet" has been
much in vogue in our town of late. Boys
and idlers are said to enjoy the peculiar
sport hugely. •
j.The law imperatively requires school
directors to publish annual statements of
the xeceipts and expenditures of their r -
PUBLIC SALE.—We call special atten
tion to the Public Sale of valuable person
al property by Mr. John Miller; of the vi
cinity of Leitersburg, in to-day's paper.
Ser-The bed-bug comes down like the
wolf on the fold. His color partake s
not of silver or gold, but hungrier, nas
tier meaner insect, never troubled man
kind. Ain't that correct.
£The cherry season •is "played" but
the "whortleberry train" arrives and de
parts, as:tidal; Our citizens would be
deprived'of raariy.alultry. were it not for
oar Torastown friends. •
lia,Persons in arrears for subscription,
sale bills' atigib.dvertising, are not perhaps
aware that we have pressing need of mon
ey. A moment's reflection Should con
vince them of that fact. .
,Our town counts about a half doz
en of professional "hots° doctors." If it is
true that "competition is the life of husi
neSs," 'some' of them must be reaping' a
A!iyvest . 9f greenbacks. •
VirJustice:i of ,the Peace. or Clergy
men are hereafter exempt from the penal
ty of the act of 1729 for marrying persons
under age' unless they do so knowingly or
wilfully. - • •
YMETABLm.--Our neighbor Reid has
been in recsipt of some nice garden vege
tables from Baltimore. He expects to halie
on Friday, cucumbers, tomatoes &c. He
has new potatoes on hand.
• um..An exchange expresses the deliber
ate conviction that "a man ;who will not
do anything himself, nor let any one else
do anything, by way of public improve
ment, ongfit to keep tavern after every
body else is dead." / - •
AnsEyr.—Rel.7. W. N. Geddes, the es
teemed Pastor of the Prilsbeterian Church
in this place, last week ° left for his home
atWilliamsport,Penna. We understand
his object is to recruit his health which is
much impaired, and that he expects to be
gone for two or three months.'
HOTEL PIANGE.—The Reppsitory an
nounces that Mr. Ephraim Shankwill re
tire from theMontgomeryHouse in Cham
bersburg, in September next, and that he
will be succeeded byVeremiah Shinn
field and Harry Elliott
IN TowN.—Rev. W. E. Krebs, former
Pastor of the Reformed Chitrch, visited
our town last week and remained ' until
yesterday. He preached to the congrega
tion on Sunday morning. The Rev. gen
tleman has many warm friends and admi
rers in our midst:
Moris Bernhart an eminent Oc
ulist and Opticianfrom Berlin, Prussia, is
now stopping at the Montgomery House,
Chambersburg. Persona suffering - from
weak, and. defective sight should avail
themselves of his scientific knowledge and
skill by preetirin,g proper glasses.
RAlN.—Since our last issue this section
has . been favored With several delightfully
refreshing showers, which maybe regarded
as just in the niche of time for .the grow
ing corn, late pOtatoes, etc.
' During the afternoon of the 4th inst.,
and since the above item was put in type,
()Ur town and country was visited with
the heaviest showers -of the season, most
thoroughly saturating the ground and vast
ly benditting the growing crops.
:; ; The last Fallen! pemocrc4 iti i , , Ffering to
'the death of Mr. J4ii 'Mai* says :
M. was the, lelllgA metuber , - ;• of t,
ftri4 of Miley, Fri4ie 603mitkoftheL44-
4611 "mills. He Wii S l:ik e d,litimuf
years and in all his business
showed himself to be an honest' man. It
bout e infis o d i the
;:AitkßilitikaiMaiii 4 fichit
at Rum _For some time .past
has been greatly iii:sordered he being a
kre*dl : t":* * *llo,oini:f!':
nancial disasters and approaching pover
ty:'He 'alsro"Tatife' iriffe`rthirneagtihbra
would attribUte the= cutting , up of their
farms by the railroad to him, which was
purely imaginary on his part, but showed"
conclusively what' an inoffensive gentle
'man he was. He *as kotind abintt o'-
cloch—his allknce ,Creating
hanging to a niter in the hay loft of his
stable. The position of the body gave
evidence of a painful Struggle 7 —his , right
hand clutched the . fatal rope while his
left hand grasped his leg which was thrown
back, his foot testing on the log from
which he had precipitated himself after
adjui3ting the; rope. His funeral was
largely attended by friends find neighbors
who sincerely' mourn his most unfortunate
SUDDEN DEATIL=:OII. Wednesday even
ing of last week a young man named Eli
jah M. Baker, aged about 23 years, fell
from a cherry tree on the farm of Mr.
John Frantz,/ hear this. place. Tie' fall
caused concussion of the brain. Medical
litd^vas promptly - securedTbutio — no — put=
pose: He lingered till the next morning
when death relieved him of his sufferings.
The deceased was a worthy young man,
and his sudden and melancholy death is
much lamented by those with whom he
mingled. His remains were removed to
Emniittsburg for interment, of which place
or neighborhood he was a native. Dur
ing the cherry season of the summer of
1869, Christian Mole fell from the same
tree and died from his injuries. Baker,
like Mole, never spokeafter the fall, con-,
tinning .unconscious up to the time the.vi
tal spark took its4light. We understand
Mr. F. has signified his.intension to re
move the ill-fated tree.
will deliver two olhis
Practical Free Lectures in front of the
Bowden House, in this place, on Monday
and Tuesday evenings July 10th and 11th.
The, specialties of the Lectures,, will per
tain to the "AnatOmy and Physiology of
Horse, and a full illustration of Park's
new and improved mode of Shoeing with
his Patent Shoe for Colts, by which he
Prevents and permanently relieves Con
traction of the Heels and all other mala
dies of the feet and limbs, thereby increas
ing the Speed, Prolonging the life and
greatly increasing the value of the animal.
THE, PunrAc Orntiox.—Thii sprightly
and p6palar county exc'hange comes to us
this( week much enlarged and otherwise
itiiproved. • Mechanically, as well as Edi
torially, it now rivals the best country
weeklies. We'congratulate its live pub-
ALA. , Foltz, Esq., upon this evi
dence .of his prosperity and appreciation
as publisher by his patrons. • ,
SUDDEN DEATu.—.I.Tr. John Summers,
in aged and much esteemed farmer of
Mt.. Hope, was taken suddenly ill with
cramp on Sunday evening last; becoming
speechless in a. short time. All efforts to
relieve him proved in vain and he expired
the next morning. His remains were in
terred in the' Grindstone Hill burying.
ground on Tuesday.
Tim 4TH:—Business 'pretty generally
was suspended in this place on Tuesday,
the.4th, but no special demonstration in
honor of the occasion, outside of fire-crack
er shooting, &c., on the part of the juven
iles, distinguished it, from other holiday
occasions. Many visited the public hous
es on the Mountain, while others passed
the time either sqUirl-lninting or fishing.
MIDDiEFAIRG BAND.—This Band of
Musicians, in passing to and from Monte
rey on the 4th, 'tarried long enough to
"water" and favour our citizens with sev
eral choice and well-executed pieces of
music. Tliey perform well, but in a clum
sy wagon and reel "breeches" presented an
skirA Bachelor acquaintance, of wore
than ordinary .good taste,_ claims that
Waynesboro has the handiomest mar
riageable lady in the county.. Has this
Bach. made a tour of inspection, or is his
conclusion a random one?
ASSIGNEES' SALE.—Last -week we in
advertently omitted the advertisemept of
Messrs. Russell & Besore,. Aissignees 'of
Henry Besore. The Mill property which
they will sell on the 20th inst. is one a
mong :the most valuable in . the county.
1165 - We discovered last week when too
late for remedy that we_ had not, printed
enough papers, and consequently were com
pelled to "cut" some of -our Western pa
trons. • e .wifi guard tairt' st a like oc- ,
Curren:- in the future.
HomsrEAn Poi SALE.—Margaret Funk,
it will be seen by reference to our ,:adver
tising-columns, offers at. privato : reiile' her
'earl g. homestad this • place, whieh is per
haps ono o the mostdesirable small
ertics in ou • hborhood. , '
Injudicious advertising is like fishing
where there's no fish. You need to let the
lines fall on the right place.
Pei4 .w o‘ °lt c purLiqivos. 7 -Iye Rake 4 tht i .
. 4.00 a p
. 7atOett , /froii
1 1 ,:hIps,;" ; isiltieiiial th i 4- XII:
41 Stßittol of Minne s ota -ffto ' cit ';.n. ~l .
"The cost of school buildings i, . .'s
State varies with the ..opuln.tion and N . , i ~.
ing in this-city thifv,A • 55,000; n
Asitrio..ApiPA.24 , skiliiigw4ropp, •
SelibOl'elliffErcat: $65 000, v 2= ` : lS6Trala
1000—built house costingsls,ooo;Fair
liOiie4* 1:14046611420;000i- Red
Rii2o2s / 000. These are all new towns,
ii7iVrafire th an i TinTfrverirferiirkaarn;
• A school house - for ::4004fupils should
have at least two acres of ground. Street
education . will come' That -enough out of
school hours. Commodimis and spacious
:grounds - are important., Salaries of Prin
cipals a. g rialect schools are from $lOOO to
$2OOO, according to. site. ,The. .school
house arid- its grounds are powerful educa
tors either for good or evil. Hence money
is well expended however liberal the a
mount, 'when it is. devoted• to making the
school attractive and, refining` u
ence. ' ' •
The _Western states are alive to the in
terests of education, and they are spending
-their money• freely to make their schools
worthy of a great and free people: Good
schools are- impossible without, liberal ex
penditures. Until they ' cost more they
cannot be. worth more."
THE HOME PAna.—The local paper
is an absolute necessity to the country
and community where it is. published. =
All the city papers cannot supply the
place of the. home paper. That should be
the first love of every man and woman,
- for - the - paperis - the - locality — identified.—
The paper gives the country and town
where printed much of their imPOrtanee in
the world; and gives in detail the local
news, which cannot be gained by any oth
er source. Every issue of the paper is so
much local history, and the rise growth
and development of the town andcountry
can be measured and recorded only by the
local newspaper, that is . constantly gather
.ing its items. People do not properly ap
preciate their home newspapers. They
( raelisure the value of a paper too much by
the number of columns it contains. The
home paper at any priceis the cheapest pa
per any one can take, for in it is. found
the information to be obtained from no,
RCTILSAKI-sraTslts - OrvlTcfarraN •- . a
year since, Rev: J. If. Wagner, ,of Lan
caster, Pa., a minister of the Reformed'
church, Went over to the Catholic church.
Recently, Prof. C. H. Budd, of franklin
and Maishal College . broliber of Prof.
Thomas Budd,) and also wife of Rev.
J. H. Wagner, havNe followed into. the
Rornish communion. These defections
are attributed by the Reformed chirch
newspapers, says an echangt to the influ
ence of the Mercersburg Theology, as in
culcated by Dr. Nevin in the liforeersburg
Providence perMitting, the Third
Annual Camp Meeting, for Carlisle Disirict
Methodist Episcopal Church, will beheld,
at the Red Barn Station, , near .Oakville,
on the Cumberland . .Valley Rail , Road
seventeen mile's west of Carlisle, ' Penn'n:,
to conionee August 2nd,:imd close August
11th,4871. - .
Persons desirinirto-rent'. tents should
apply early to ' H. 'lt MesderrNei-Onin
- • . -
Boarding can•he had as follows, v 4:
Six dollars for term. 'One dollar per,
day: Fifty cents for singlebrealtfastorift,
and:seyenty-five cents for 'dinnei.
yOu have a good thing, advertise it
If you haven't don't.
If you don't mean to mind yottrowtbu
siness, it will, not pay to advertisq.,
It's as true of advertising as .of any
thing else in the world—if it is worth .416 7
ing atoll, it is worth doingwell.
1 You can't eat enough in ono , week to
last a whole, year, and . you can't'' adver
tise on that plan either.
People who advertise only once in three
months forget that most folks caret' re
member anything longer than aboutsev- .
en days. ,r„ - ,
Sorri.—ThC Springs Hotel property at
Gettysburg was sold at public sat? priSat
turday a week by R. G. McCreary; 'Esq.,
Assignee in Bankruptcy,- for the sum- of
$35.000: Purchaser,Dr. Fabriestock.
The Star says the Dr. ; represents aportion
of the• Bondholders, Who will .rd-orgiudze.
camp meeting witi:l be hold'•" by
the Boonsburce Circuit chile United fireth
ren in Christ, on theca Camp Ground, near
Keetlysville, • Washington!' county,
commencing on the 10th and closing on the
A DREAM FATALLY VErannn.--The
Richmond 11 7 /4r; of the'27th ult., rays that
A gentleman living in Wilkes county,
Cl, sold land to a neighbor for SI,QOO.
Business calling him away soon after,he
left the money with his•wife. Onretnni
jng he stopPed over night witha Triendtpi
miles from his home. , -He dreamed that
men had entered his house, murdered his
wife And two children, stolen his , money,
and destroyed his property., - Ere' asked a
peddler to accompany him at: onto to his
home. On arriving he found his , iyifo
murdered, and two: men counting out the
money he had left with her. He and the
peddler being armed, fired upon the men
and killed them. They turned . out to be
the men to whom he had sold the land,
and his son.
..7 o rErLtllt' e • weeks
ar , • .
rulaski , ip his
J . - • ,t 'r so
• • • "t 4l‘ ire ';-.the ',
o ,•'i; .'1 ysor.—
he Christiansburg ' % ersenger says :
"Wysot, on discovery what had been
Choice . Tronfatrest and fOr
gßpen his letter, or it - whipping
t iel littnf.- The boy chose the latter, where
upon' Wysor took him,to the woods,
fell him to the shift, and • hit: fifth •seven
uridred 'lashes ;- literally cutting the shirt
.from his back in ribbons.
vit ; - reeettlf 'happened' near iii:" ~3ease
Herneeihomnwith'n panther '-skin ; :lind
Seeing a olfttle , boy•aboitt 'l2' or 14"4years
old a son ofillr.lforner, skiribpwoods
near the house, donned "the Skin with' thi.
intention`of friglitenjng. the little -fellow ;
but as soonns , the'bOy sa, - W Whit lie suppo
sed to be' a , : panther f : he ran , to thn' , house
and took downlistfdthers rifle; and , went
in-pursuit-Of the'-.-pantlier. did—not
have to go, far before he es • led him. , The
gave a dyinishriek and with' a couvul
ingintwodays. • , •
M.-Grapes'wpre :sold'at a cent and a
half a pound, in tile "vineyards of Califer
nia, and would pay handiomely at ,half
the price. '
gm.Thepeach. crop promises to be over
abundant Delaware promises four mil
lion baskets. .
• ICE.—Persons wanting ice can have, it
delivered at their doors regularly;. every
e b APPIft ]k I
PArrrs.—Parties in seed of house paint
ing material will find t' . ,large and fresh
stock at Bonebrake's drug store. call.6d
NEWS 'D.EPOT.—J. P. Lowell will 16pen
a news depot at the Tele)raph Office .in
this place,in a few day§,, wherb, 01.: i the
most popular city Dailies and PencAlc4
can be had, and aligo Danner's Pat. iplot.h . :-
es Dryer, the best now in• - use. !;1,15-
paper and Periodical agent, is now receit
ing daily at the telegraph office t4' Has=
tern Dailies and other pOPular publica
tions, including Harpers Weekly, Leslie's
Illustraied Neva, the New — York — Ledge
and Saturday Night. Danner's Clothes'
Dryer alwayS on hand.
NOVEL Eprtervas.--On Tuesdarlast,
Dr. R. H. Parks;the, 'veteran. horSetaah,
g on , his : practical „lectures in front
f the Court onse, exhibiting a section .
of the stomach, he horse of E. S.' Mill
er, that died on M nday,'_ containing the
bots alive and in heir natural, condition.
We believe that he satisfied This, audience
that the loots are part of the , natural. ore- ,
gans of the horse. The Doctor has left 'a
'specimen's of them in the biutioesOpa.r:t
ment of this office for the examination of .
Otiose interested in the subject:. t„Ntaxt he,
exhibited a chesnut horse, helongin,glo
'A. Stouffer, which fouiWeekS 'ago was : lame
hilt after' wearing hisliaProVed pat.`. sluie
'was ' fiee..from. lameness. Ne,tt shown , was
a year old colt, belonging to W. W. Hoff
man; Esq., relieVed of distemPei in? three
days. This colt 'was in high' •co i hditian.- 7 --
After this he exhibited a yea,i-lipi'coltilie
longing to J. Wise, Esq.,, begn
geldedlen days withotit poisonhusehnuis,
loss of blood at firing : item:This:a:4 was
not swolen nor stiff, and, likOlie r Other was
in good condition. Ifthe Doctor's new ideas
are correct there has been a, large amount
of bosh written in connection:with h 6 yes.
Al the Conclifiiiin of his .leettire :twenty
gentletien purchased as many of '
Amid Book, which'containi nll Ofltislee
tures 'upon domestic artimals.—irag.t/ifail.
'• ITS .EFFECT
• • .
It is a perfect and wonderful article. „ Cures
baldness. Makes hair grow. better hair
dressing than any "OW' :or '"pcitnittum.”—
Softens brash; dry and wiry hate' into beau
tiful silken tresses. But, abovetilli the great
wonder is the rapidity with , which'. itirestores
Gray Hair to its Original ,
The whitest and worst lOokiti4" halt...re
sumes its youthful beauty . by its'use. It
doe not dye £ho hair, but shikesAt the root
and fills it with new life and coloring tnattet.
Ask for Hall's Sicilian.Hairßeitewer; no
other article is at all like it in effect. ,
See ,that each lxittlo has our private Goy
ernment Stamp over the tog of the bottle.—
AU others are imitations.' " ' • ' '
R. P. HAIL & CO., Nsuiht!a, El
prietors., For sale-by, Druggists- , •
• •DEO-Corns,, Bunion,, Ingrowing, Nails
and their attendaatills, have 130eoilliYeals
gone by, and will be• in years to come, a
sourse of much discomfort and u4appi
nest to those who wet al l o3 44l3 vithAem•
By persistent efforts 'and uhtirit*
„verence, Dr. ' the 'suturing
humanity' , AnSvilitt4 'Oct
Curative.., The,poPularity . whicktheylirore
gained f end the eotire satate. derived
from their use, is will linoVpllind:Oan•:le
attested by all classes who have suffered
with Corns, BanionscingraWing
blains ; .Frosted. or. -Blistered' Feet,
Sold by druggists. - ' . • ; '
NERVOUS Disrasr..—How xi any thas
ands Of the most refined laffies of the land
are shires to nefirousdis
forms—tremhling, twitching, jer, g
,Of - the nerves, headache , den
Mithurati of temper 'on trivalh
peevisluiess, a feeling of dpspemtion, des-.
pondency, or fear, &,c. „In any unhealthy
condition of the nerrOus system, Briggs'
tillevantor has absolute' control over the
nerves; creating a radical change and pos
itive cure. Sold by F. FO'URTWALAIC and
• PlLES.—Looleatiltosetfe.44,res;and see
the.'. c . ,r - tt l ed in thelhed:4. It cannot
bee, ed h the 't*bletteinstins.—.:
The'- c • , pilesigpvtoraggrava
ted dis ip . ou cainliotWk.with any
Otri4o . p?fierice ; y ou eau
not-sit with , and'llhe Suffering, when -
attending th nature is almost upbearable,
,auctquises.4rdclileeling,of...dread that is
p affargnictmetffartcrhilittfrand com
fort, in many iostanees.inereasing.pe
cultyto an alarm'gclient' Drißrigis'
Pile Remedies accot4to_directions to
They are mild and reliable44„,xarrait'
ted as represented.- ; :
• Sold by Druggists
• -On Thursday,-June..-22, 1871,. at the
residence of-the ibriders:- parents, by- Rev.
J. W. Wightman,'Di. adsEi.ii &mom to
Miss ICATE B. DAvliiSox, both of Green
castle. . . , •
Rev. - A:G. Dole, Mr, WILLTAT,L -FELD
MAN ..to; /WSW, .14IABYMTcxa y , -both of
On the sth ins t.; the Retr:',l*: Dona
hue Mr. THomrsorr F. ANDERSON, of A
dams Co., to Miss MARY A. 11AnuAuGu o
On the 29th inst.',,by-the same, Mr.
Cr AGETI" D. SNYDER, Wins PRUDENEE
B. MALoTr. Both of ;Washington, Co,
On the sth inst., biiheltdo:
dy, Mr. CRAB..,RECARD, to - Misr ; SAE
BEAR, both of this county,
FLOUR' S T D MEAL:=:-The demand
for flour is mostitcionfined to the wants of
oca sea ers 'an. only a feW hundred bar- .
rels were disposed of at $firstname.lastname@example.org per bar-.
rel ; superfine at $5.50®5.76 ; extras at"
$6.50®7.50 ; loWa, - Wisconsin and Min
nesota extraihmilyats6®6.so; Pennsyl
vania do. at - higher ~ figures.
GRAIN.—The wheat market is very
dull at the tate decline: sales of 800 bush
els old western ,red. at $1.49," and new
southern at $1.45 per bushel. Rye is un
citinged ; sales of I,ooo,bushels western at
sl®l.lo. Corn is dull at Saturday's prices;
- sides of 3,000 bushels yellow at: 74®75
eta. ; sales-of 3,000,, bushels mixed and
white western at 02®65 cts. ..;
REAL AND PERSII
TIRE undersigned,' Assignees of .Henry
L Besore: of Washington teamship;Frank
lin dounty, oxpOse to public sale,on
the premisses, on Thursday the 20th July, at
9 o'clock, A. M., that,, valuabfe FLOURING_
MILL 'and Water. Bight 'appurtenant, - with
two Tenant Houses and an old Distillery;
with about TEN ACRES . OF LAND, situa- •
ted in Quincy township.' Franklin county,
known as the "Wharf Mill Property," 'being
midway between, the - Turnpike ;.Road and
Mt. Hope. ' This is a splendid property.—
The Mill, is large and. nearly,new , being 3
stories high, having three pairs of Burrs and
one Chopping Stone. It, has:a, fine Water
Power, an Overshot Wheel over twenty feet
high. Everything in the Mill is in complete
order. having the latest improverhents. It
is an excellent location, for a. MERCHANT
MILL and. its. rup. of,,custoni work-is unc
,,qualed. bytany in. the.ne‘girhood.:.
At theAtine, time and p e, will be - so . 'lda.
-pair of -F,litistrix'sirticrytni. • &Ogg, a lot
of empty barielS,' fiit lumber,
- desk, benches, l stove, bedsteadrbedding.,
,egisßbAlinisliql and , pe s ek spelsure, 2
ag wagons, sievesA grindstone, narge cop
per stilt kettreit; ancl'fixtureS of 'Distillery, a
lot of mill stuff, &c. &c.
Also, r on the same. day, in Waynesboro%
CERY,STOTtE of the ishid Besore; consisting
'of Sugar;. Coffee; Molassbs.t.kish, Salt- Bacon,
Confixtioriery,,. °na t .:a z :large assortnriont of
Fancy Articles, NO:tons, Aci Also, 2 S hO es
• Stock in the Waynesboro', Gieeacistle and .
Mercersburg Turnpike' C 0 .,, Also' ' all the
interest of the "aid Henry ißesare ui the
Ddwei the Tobias Funk PraPettY•s'
Tatutsi 7 -Trzn , gala pf propery 'atore.
L-Onc-fopity on day of sale ope4oUrth
On the, first `th l i.Y" iliehill
atiCP;m' the ' tirstreliAlirit; '113 . 12.... 1 :Tern1it of
)4rithdr Perbonitlty:,43ix months - fin. fall
o ss,:ifiertns- oft 51i11:-..÷03c-,Courtfh -cash,
pr,4ppi9lied imp 6tt days; onp,-haticif‘bnl
. lines, on ,the ,Ist Of April , ' )872; he. 're
' niaintler'ba af Inter
;CA fYbiu daY " • ,:-t: • r
, t . RUSSELE,.
. OLIVER SESORE,
Gi V, Moxo, acct. •
FIPHE subsetiher offers Iwr,IIO3I"ESTtAD,
.1 situate in Waidtirigton To:Winship; Frank
-lu} county, Pa;twciinilea Bonth 'of Waynes
boro'; ' . along the 'Pike leading from•AVaynes-
beret° Leitersburg, c;intaibing
RT,RVEN ACRES OE LAND,.
,more or less. The improvements Consist of
a Ngood' Rouse, part'Steriet arid ;part Log.
Roughesst,• midis-half Story high r with
Basement. An excellent' Stable; Hog Pen,
,(newly built;), yash.lotouse,l3alce Oven and
Smokehouse, all wmplete order. .
TA 'SPRIN o r,F* 'ELEENT WATER!
near the% .10itten . lat.twasli house door,
and: - ail otiternecesiary Windings. • Also, a
' Fine Young Orchard,pf ,
CH 0 .7..q.P.Let:rI;P:LE ., 7 I ? .EIES!
Atont `4x#YWAoll f TREES:. separate
fro; MiMple dilpha'rill in tlifiving and
' T)ing.condition. Theteiti also,
r t •
• • WATVR:POWEVOONNECTED
,110.01. plopeq, ho, tm :
Thisis.one:OrtheltrieSt "and 'most desira
Soilinti.highidatdPtutatit#4ol. ti • '• -
:13 , AnY I),9n 3 9)44tunSWg 'Curitt9tifi.4i tion,
isli°44 uilun'itiemnil t ic s i..
saleproVerty,'' Nvlao will - mxt easren3 . in
showing the, same „and also Omar e?r , ind of
I $E niiaiorasig~ed`epill sell at'blic
it at her residence iniVaynesbgro ,on Fri
day, July 21st., 1871, the followings personal
property, viz: , '
1- COOKING STOW; with Fixtures,
as good ns ugly, , 2 setts Chairs, 1 Stand, Wash
Tubs, 'Queenswari3; Crockeryware, Tinware,
Fruit Jars, and other articles not necessary
to Mention: • Sale to eemtnenee at 1 &clock
on 'said day Vhen ithe terms will be'mado
known, • '
G. Y. Mess, Acct.