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fty cents after lhe expi
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Wltagnsbolir - 7:llttel
—r t'h~, ~ dnly - 20,=~1871..~ a --
rThe 12th gqiilY
the Orangeineii - or,
ctlebrated 'as:f.thp anniiersatY(of
the tiattle , i)fihe-13?Yne,-Lfolight* ior
wh c n-Troie s titi k topnixnliabi.iff
frOM -- Ireland ~ into -:pefAletual etile;, the
cstholic societies of Ne* York City
qereiirlineMfioOlktle, to pretenibifoTce
, the grade of theOrangemen in that City.
kin threatening were they that the po ce
tfloOtiO al** issued an order fqo
- tie parade,'but ,this , called forth
u t storm 'popular, indigtuttion that
Govtrnor HoffrumFrevolted the order and
proclamationissued his guaranteeing the
protection of the State - to thOse who nhoSe•
to-niarch in the - procession. , Accordingly
the:parade came off, and a• bloody time
ensued as the folloWin: summa of Omuta
filoisi the-Baltimore Ati 7 tericriti fully ShoWs.: : ,
terror in ; :New York.. The Orangeiien,
parailed, as they had- a: right to do, I n
consequenceof the contrary determination
agreed ob .by their officers -on Thesday
night s and the faet that Governor Roff
man's proclamation - wag' not Made public.
until 'yesterday morning, there were only
about two huhdred men in the liue.?..They
were protected by_the polieeland military.
but: 'the column was seveyaltbnes attack.,
ell.by the Ribbimmen ' and.there was se
vere fighting alongthas a • , '
itia apparently did their duty, and repuls
ed every assault of-the mob of Catholic
Irish' attacking their countrymen for giv
ing expressions to.' their`thelings, as those.
_in_the -procession—had-zoften.- permitted
them to do without interference, Special
dispatelies state. that ; thirty -ono' persons,
tive-of whom Vere..weinen; were killed,•
and seventy Wounded during the:fighting. ,
With the exception-of probably
_not mo - te,
Than half it dozen: sdldiers and police-Men
tho.stifferers , were'all:froin the :molt. The
Eighty-fourth Regiment of the New York'
National Guard - was the most native in
driving off the rioters ho assulted the Or-,
•angemen, and-Many other persons were
by their fire, The
.procession. went over
the appointed line of niarch and then dis•
perSekt eleteiri - O'clock last night qui
et was-restored. It is apparent from the
despatchealliat the attacking parties in_
every case received What•they richly mer
ited--;a sOnnd thrashing—and that they
were' taltht a- severe lesson ty the militia
Niteti.eeem 'not to have hesitated. to fire
uponthOn'iviienever they were. atacked
'or made a threating demonstration. ~ •
POISONING IN HIGFC.LIFE.-7 . ThO Bal
timore American givss* aCeount, of poi
soning case, lile,MOSt remarkable that has
ever occured-in Baltimore; or perhaps in
'any city... Tholady . accased Orin": When:
ton) is the, widen , ofe deceased iiiricerof
the United States lanky, and , has always
moved ihthe highest circles .of
Kittkihn., the 'victim, was her guest
-.and h* for many yeah been an intimate
friend. 11ft.. tan Nees, who is now recov
ering, Was her confidential business agent
-and adviser. They both took ill at her
house, No. 263 North Eutah street, on
the same , day, and showed the same sym
toms. General lietchum died June 28,
four days• after: lie taken•the first poi
son. His atterrAing - phygoinn suspected
poisoning, iiridadVised'zi 'post-mortem cx
amination.- Twenty gfaiiii of tartar e
metic was found in:- his .stomach. The
FAnieVoiton was found in a glass of milk
puncluierepared Air Mr. Van 'Ness durir , ig
his illness It is said libel, :Uri. Marten
Was, indebted te Gerieralketchnra in' the
'sum of 82,600, and in. this circumstance a
motive for the .murder:is found. Others
think that' the :licensed was ateoted 'with
the 1)480 . 114 mania;; and_ fOr sudden
. le.atits WhiCh haver deettrfed in ~ her fami
ly are cited in idoof 4"tifti,theory. 'The
actmed•hasil*if init-iid . efjurcet. -
"A Southern papef says: "We have
flitch to be Oa' teful ibr, in the place of
our - perpetual gruinbling. Every man
'who is free from•the tooth•aChe ought to
feel thankful. , dHoiv much worse things.
might' have . been ! How much worse it
seemed a feW years ago that they would
be ! Lot us heseech our farmets not to
get miserablenow about the price of wheat.
feet them enliven our broad acres with an
occasional smile.. ,Thein3 a• happy Int ;
Cptaparclt with the life of the f*: prin
. the:murmur of the strife,
tut enter not' the toil of life.
Lb great tornado pissed. ovor,Day
' ton Ohio, on Sunday aftersoon,which was
terribly .destructive. The Genova-Luth
eran Chtireh was thrown down and three
persona kited and a, number injured.—
Other churehes and building were-injured
Abridge over the Miami was wreeked,
and' two boys , on it killed. A Gipsy mo
man wasitilleti by the falling of a tree
into the midst of an eneampinent of Gip
seys near the :eity. Church spires were
'demolished, houses upkOted, trees blown
=down and cropsdestroyed in'the immedi
-Ate vicinity of Daytthr, and the whole
4omnutnitv ‘thrlyWn into utmost consterna-
'fbr (lie:sVillageße jord ."
`"..lkiih,4prrot.HT.,o43,, to say a littleion
the Sob,* IllayethOen and want to say
ihroMikyotit pm: of the ottieets
ihe;Goodlempini 'organization, to
obtain a "prohibitory liquor law," if they
can well, but would-it not be much better
if they - wonld lave the l'lklttotlaw" , as it
now is enforced. If Good Templars Wish
to- effect a temperate reformation by.tlic
-aitrof-thetivil-powerof-the State,let them
aid the Statiiitrthent-of-thelaw
as it tiew' I - do not know 'a landlord
who has not so far violated the, law but
that his license 'would be•forfeited and'
-himself AraprisonedrAmll -fined,- if some
Burnes£` oecl em was tottfo
tice and that& the, ne§eSsiry
Such, action wonld:...eonvmce the, people
that - ffiety are working for 44. cause of
detectiys te'ferret'Ont:thosd who .Violate
;the'law,. and - reit:at:until knittl re
punishinent'ilicy deserve: If
GoOd Wittent• the ill
'vi o t ose,w .0 vtolrdnthel4w-ratt-deTte
;help the enaSe cirtiiiaPdaireeT,'ltheylare
courage is'eeneernekl; They 'Cannot exeuse
themselves by saying that they see none of
these violations of laW. It is their duty
to see them'
i id Tennilarri
'tie until hy your own determined effort to
have the.law enforced, - you'compel the
fear and respect of those who, every. ,day
violate the law and laugh-at you:. • .Every
-Good Templar should :be:a detective to
I notice each - violatiorrof - the •liquor law;
nad straight make the.information._Ac,
thanker this kind would ,soon induce land
to observe the law, and would prompt
ly •stop-the sale of liquors to minora and
persons lira state of intoxication. : ,
• -- • - , , 11ZeiTa. ,
charged with murdexingaeneralV,_ s tt,
I.etchun :by poisoning him en-the 28th of
lest ,Tune, and also.with at tempting
son Mr: Eugene . au .Ness,,was iirrestiga-
Mil by the Graud Jury of the:. Criminal,
Court of. Baltimore :on Saturday ,
true bills werefound in . both eases.- The
accused, Whu had been permitted tdremein
in her house, guarded,by officers detailed:
-balof Police, wastaken: to jail.
as soon as the presentmentsiwerornadeH
In 'Order to:viel;enf any lathering Of
crowd - about:NO. harton'S house, she
was taken away ice'LqUietlY th . e officers,
I • befo`re the action of the: Grand : Jury was .
iersijW itTor demeanOilva&com--
posed; tind'she-betrtyed no iseakacss ore
;,, , TTNE fartOr'S wife
the Germantown Telegraph:i . Dsoft .keep
a solitary liarinr,jn which you .go but onee .
a . tnonth; with . your - - parson s spoeial guests
,;Aak'a, OUT. :Hill*
room the house.. at the ~.plega...be. such_
that when your boy - has . . gone:to dist nut
lands, or even w4ien, - ..perhapg he clings•
to a. single plank in the waters of the wida
ocean, the thought of the old .homestead
shall come to him inshis dessolation, bring
ing always light, hope and love. Have
no dungeon about yonr. 'house, Inc? room
you never opanno - blinds - th - at -- ar - e ---- al
I*.7l,,ittle "Tad" Lincoln, yOungest ion
of President Lincoln, died in Chicago on
Saturday, and wa i f -buried on'-Sunday at
Springfield besidevhis father. He will bb
remembered brill who were in Washing ,
ton during the war as the bright life and
light of the White House during those
glaouty days, He was 18 years old. -
DifirAt Washington some time since
the Police Court fined a restaurant keeper
fifty dollars and costs for reins:tug to ' 'sell
a man refraunentz because he' Was color
ed. An. appeal. was made to a higher
Court, which has just offirmed the 'judg
ment of the COurt inthe ease.
itelhe State As of Massachusetts;
(A. A . :llayes, M. D„) having made an
analasys, Vegetable. Sicilian
Hair Renewer, reports it the best prepare,
tion for romoting healthy excretions of
the scalp, increasing the . , groth mid restor
ing the color of the hair.
xter`On Friday -Frederick , Lawrence,
colored, was hanged at' iston,ltaryland;
for the murder of Eme 'Handy: :He
nies sed .his guilt arid on 'the• gallows
professed repentance: .
ta-During the \Seek ending July 18 there
were only 'one/ hundred and forty-seven
deaths in Baltiooom—sixty-two were. ehil
dren under two years of age.
SeirPresided Grant . will remain at
Long-Branch until the sth ,of 'August,
vhan hemill go to Culifbrnia,
The .mutilated ,remuins 'of a man were
found on the Pennsylvania Railroad track
in West Philadelphia last Tuesday more-
Ile had. laid his neck across the
rail, haying prevously written in ;the sand
beside the track the 'following : "James
Davis, born '39 ; without friends ; desti
tute,; tired of living,"
A - comely yOung lady, named Joan
Cormick•., 17 years of age, daughter of a
wealthy farmer's -widow, residing in Do
Kalb county, 111., was shot, while sitting
at the tea table, and ingantly killed, on
the 4thinst., by a. farm hand pained John
Read, whoM she had refused to accompa
to a celebration. .
° In-Staunton. Clay County, Ind., last
SaturdnY, a hen belonging to a Mrs, Fish
or laid an egg in a neighbor's barn. She
deraaruied it, and the other woman refus
ed to yield it. A fight- then ensued. in
which'fhe sons of the parties joined. Mrs.
Fisheesson whipped his male opponent,
and then held the Tatters mother while
Mrs fisher broke her back with a. club.-
91e' cr.nnot survive.
1 Th era i Ireadiscom ,
u‘ can effect ye
o tun 1014 ti'suntr
i,Aix o f,i f ttpApt .
at b'4lohk, P.
'VI:, 143 behalf of the Mitamar Rail
which will be a,ddressed
Several distinguished R. IC men.
Ainot,!g ...OtheTs, invitatjon.s.., av e
beeki eitende'd GlSV.'"Geiry
be.present.,, By order of the
FARM , 44.1.*.—Chr401111 ' Stouffer
offers his arm fol. Bale. See advt.
Pursue li3ALE...;:til'e Oall'attentiOn to 'a
Mier, all44siraiW 7 O:
ed' b} alibi-from ; lyre: Heover•'s-reeidence
in Stouffeistcnvn, died one clay lastDsvek.
• _ . -
itsSr TheFrinklin"County AgricuLiurial
Society win held its' sinnuaFexhibii,ion on
`the Ath, sth, and 6th days of Octohei
Pittic;m:sn.—:-Rev Samncl ' r
- 11411' pre#~ch in
,the ' Preslip-
terinii,Cinn - ch, on kinntiai,,n' cixt, morning
and . , „ .
Rump: Asciyirp:t: 7 profesior:Wian
1116 - dhitifit — uisTe - d - ZronauViC4l makTi - a
balooon,nsmintion from ihe , Pistmond, in
Chimbersbirg; .6n Satunini.,: the 29th.
inst:' -•-- '• - • ' -
11 '--- WelEafed = thiftAZeto
new material, Whoa not mechanically, pre-
stinted the appeatanie
: thelact that we have been Unfortnriato',
with.our rollers.. We have ordered com
position from Philadelphia, and in a short
time:C:46.d to, present a cleaner sheet.
• SEPttiEB . A-ithE Du:VAN, , only 'child of
Aingliiias'Dunean, one of the proprietors of
the Valley Spirit, died on Xonday 'night
last at Gettysburg of.typhoid—fever. She
was just merging into womanhood and is
represented an'' unusually intelligent
and otherwise intereeting ' ,
Templars Quarterly. Conyention will be
heldin - thislace - on - the - 25th, - 28 . B'.
be in ,attendauee - from the differentloCal'
lodges in the 'Btate". Rev. r. 'Kirby of
Chambersburg 'will deliver a 'lecture' on
. eveniUg of the 25th: pther able led
itrers'4.re e#ectld - to,'A in attendance.
• • e, I. 0:9. F:
hfive deter Mined to eniargetheir Hall by
make it threestories high. Thestore room
is to be sixty-five fiet long: .This improve
ment will be a"creditable•orieto the order
indon:anent to our town.' As 'soon
as arrangements run. be. made the we*.
willbe - commenced:.,
ing of fire• arms within the corporation
limit - awns enforced by the Burgess oneday
last week. A Bachelor friend, not hay . ing
the fear ofthe aforestatl law before his - eyes
shot a neighbor's . cat, and in consequence
teas arraigned and requied. to' "foot" fine
and costs, 'This should prove _ Warning
to others who set at . naught out Borough
krt., . • . ,
PaorEssm,..--Dr. Benj. Frantz has
resumed the practice of• medicine in thy`
office of Ler. W. Detrich, in the, Walker
building, its will he seen by reference to
his card in to-day's ~pap Or.
Dr. A. 11, Strickler,: formerly of Mer
cersburg, and. whocomes well-recommend
ed as a physician, has also
practice Of-medicine:in this place. The
Doctor has , built himself a very tasty
flee on Mechanics 'Street, adjoining the
residence of Mr. Gco:Beiore. See card.
tstutmuoniG.--but - of about three hun
dred copies of the Record seritto perions
Who were not subscribers, nearly two'huro
died have so far been retained. .Potir weeks
having clap - sect since.- they* receiTed the
first number their homes, have been. ea
tared on our books as subScribers. With
this lamas° our circulation eloeedsi one
thousand Oopie4. The Record is therefciiii
se con d to few nommers as an advertising
POTATOE BE6B-1:1005TE 4 ,76.--4 farmer
of this 'vicinity, Iklr.,Jaciib Shank, infaili.a.
us that the potatoe bugs - are' unusually, '
uulnerous about his premises.. In` the
evening they literally cover his •fenees;
where - they roost' until morning. lt would
be well ander such circumstances to ap
ply the torch.
iio".The Wyoming Valley Journal gives
an account of. the Seventh Anneal cele-
bration of the Caledonian or Scotch Games,
at Pittstonand vicinity, on the 4th of July.
Our friend, Mr. David Patterson. we no-
tice, was among those catered for the
championship in thes "fat race," and got
out second best, A. D. Sint winning the
prize. Among the guests present we .no
tice the name of Gen. D. W. Mieklei, of
this place, who no doubt enjoyed 'the .apert
Goo n.—Jeramiah Gordon, residing near
Shady Grove in this County, had an-extra
ordinary yeild of wheritfrean a single frbtd
of 15 acres. He threshed it out of the
'field and from the fifteen acres named got
369 bushels, clean Wheat making over 26
bushels to the acre. This is a handsome
turnout, and we think worthy of record.—
OE ISAILRO O AO4---4. cores of gingers `
tiro , Cr!ow engaged I,Orig: to
AO ) 5 for the proposo I irnmgr Rialroji4
fraih BhippensburetoOls Place. i:114
`alp expected to rettik:Or‘ tom to:dot:or
%This looks as though the Miramar Com
pany was:*earnest.hrregard to that-Pro.
posed extension of .their road , in this di
leaden:: :*iorreePeznanianiOunilif In=
_terest_T:or - _etuxtestness:Lantongt- he people_
here and along the line would, if success
is attainable at' 11, ,the - A 6 vOligit*
inceesiful' one. citizens, if not al- .
readfairakiY fa the iiipOrtaticif of, tliiit en
terprise, shOUldlafonee cOnSideithe mat
ter surd dOci4 upon tittle plan of action
to secure the ,tegniicil Itnionnt• of Stock
subscriptions., VATS true*it valuable,
ore in almost inexhanstitic' nant'tes re
imbedded, 'in the earth - only a few :miles,
'North of our town, the reasdnable inference
at ,tie roa' won n proye a pq.924g_one.
vantages, go,yielding stale ratan
per . cent.; :and , even mere:.-Therefore, is
our opinion, iiandsonie , i3fvideiide - are in
store foi'it4 it:ll4 citjW
trovexsing . -Qto or mining regiotis invatie
bly pay a.handsome per eentage ;,!and for.
this reason; 'should the griatnat-Coiapany
succeed in roadqitoiigh; as
they propose; :from the S.l.4quehanna ,
the Potomac, iovestioenta ini tie _ of
this Conipzioy piusi provorofitablo., ~ T he
adCawages . ‘.oad-wot44 over
04e,prirtip:ethro4;12 - ;agaiculKT . :l 41ons
Acid , mind; Continuons*. heavy ' tonage
,ma e-comiiirnies wealthy iiiidire - lerf — re
diniderai . • ',—
We - understalid . tlie amount; of stook re-.
between Sbippensburg and the fins
qtehanna has already been subscribed.
„MAT POTATO Btio..—Theyotato in the
west is being subjected to heavy ravages
by &bug—indigenous to the. Rocky Moun
tains, which is traveling east at the , sate
of 150 miles,. a year. ,It has Already
reached the northwestern borders of Ohio,
stretching southwards in an irregularlinel
to the southern Portion'of Indiana.; 'lt is
axed bug, about halfan inch long,Afgreat
..,dity-an&extreme,voracity. • It :de-.1
ours - Apotatofteldist — less - fluarin
The destruction.iscommitted by thelarwc,
soon as they are batched theybeginto eat
:MY - rerrely or preventative has • been dis
covered—and:where they.pass, the potato
crop is utterly ruitted.—.Ez,
berThe • potatoe'bug has' ma d e ita'ap
peartuice in pig, neighborhood , , and if re
porta ar,e true, : is doing great .damage to
the growing trops. It differs from , the
one described almfe; being smaller And.
Seeetabling iri appearance the' lightning'or
firebug. _ IVliere . .the early sand laTe'Va
rieties of potatoes are planted side by side,
it . is ea.id. to confine its operations to the
former. This year it put in its' first 'ap
petirartpp aboUt hist; but it has'
heretofore first ,leppeared from the let, to
the 15t1vof-July. The early potatees arc
-now-rnatured r and-if_any_r. riot's . loss is
thus sustained-it will be among the, later
varieties. To escape the ravages of this
insect, farmers and others, will be compell
ed to abandon late planting.
SAD AND FATAL Accrnz - kr.—Deat, ej -
Gcorge F. Heysek, Esi.--Friday morning
this community received a shock such as
it has not felt fora long time.. Shortly after
daylight the rumor became
_rife that one
of our, most enterprising and- prominent
cltizens,' George F. Heyser, Esq., had met
his death in the most lamentable manner,
namely, by falling, from a Vidge at a point
on, the Cumberland Valley Railroad about
9quidistant foni , this town and his resi4
d.ence,a short distaire from the corpora
tion limits: From rumor the account as•
sumed certainty; and Justice Skinner rem
t"sll:?ctiPivledge of the case, preceided
to the'ipet r when' a jury was ,*summoned,
Who obtained faits covering the following:
It appears that shortly after ;daylight a
lad named Randall 'whilst • miming the
field near the spot; nientiotted discovered
the lio - dy and gave the altlim.'" From the
poiititiri le which , the: deceased lay. it is
thought that his death - must have been in
stautaneous.)its there was no evidence of
struggling. He bad appnrentlyftdlen part
]y on his side and front, , his head.striking
the rocks, and being 'eorisideraly: crushed.
In his hand he held his walking stickfirm
ly, and even naturally. The fall must
have been about fifteen feet, and occured
at tltai nation of the bridge where there
is a fence, it' being his- custom in: going
home to get over around it, when he prob
ably missed his foothold, and was, as eta:
ted above, dashed upon the rocks below.
Upon.his person was found $llB and his
gold watch, which, we learn was still run
ning. The deceased started home from
this town at;Out 12 .o clod:; and it is, sup
posed that shortly after that time he met
with--the accident.—Twice A Week. ,
IlkirlVe learn frojn the liechanicstovin
aarion that the cars of the Western
Maryland Railroad have passed over
the Owings creek bridge iri safety.
Bridge of Lodi is crossed and the grand
army of track-layers are on their winding
way upliarbaugh's Valley. Two miles
west of the bridge the iron rails have been
sailed down, and with plenty of ties, rails
and spikes on baud, by the 10th of AuL.
gust the cars will make the trip to Sa
billasviile with flying colors.
Cyrus Wakefield, of Boston, has given
$lOO,OOO to . Harvard College, for the e
) reetion of a recitation hall. with dormitor
ies, to be called Wakefield Hall.
PXOLIBIENTARY Xoncrp:--:-.!)ur. read
ers na. , s l dl3 1M as
1 4tril iven*,#!, **,
*mit )m, *.oP giN*l44ce tp -,
WA* iittizep effOi Oirg•itaent C atti.l ,
.TatenovEck—New type; new he4ding,
&Q. ~T he-Yinne4449.14.4 -i patoll o l 4 3
weekin an entirely new outfit, and baying
a fine„appe 4 arania3. Recgxgti hkent;s
- the - b melted paptra•ninatentiitbk
mezite-_theAueshasinet—with. , .--4-W
to Republican. ' • • ,
Tha - rsliarli'ecorArthlis' hedatWalnee
hbros, ink pelt on a riett:driiii afid other'
wigg. added 0 1 . 11, P*.
Peon/ ,is tkgq•Apaper r and deserving of
the liberal patronage it redefine: Sircebss
'to the Pecord.---pedfoed - ,Co. Pres&
TheNitrefibcire' Village 'Bedard comes
telisitra - new - dronnuidTerditrgect - to .-4 thir
extent of "four Columns. We are . Otd -to,
note this e v idence '
of its prospc*-- Talmo
/4 Spirit. '
cows, to us In an entire new dregs, and
gn4ified ,:to note • ,t tise_'evidences of •its
prospOiti f . 7 -.Freilerick (.I.lfd.)Reptbican,
The Waineillioro! itecin:tri ponies to :us .
this•week.gr4dlY .eniaiNcil- 11 0 in- Ark en-
Blair, its whole-souleA and ientlemattly,
PrqPneter , i'9 l 4l lll o. ,evidence of his'pro
perity. rOap,:in Pxtuaklia.County
`more deseyvulg of success.--,Ptib. Opinion,
l* Sedord,publisbed .at WE9rnesboro r o
Ta.• by camel° us last
week inc: nitat neni . dress and , an enlarged
form. The. , Becord is alive local-paper
and we wish it long continued prosperity.
i ce . 1
—Middietown.(3ll) Valley,Register. -
ie ICecoida - 301. .at at Waynes - F6fo',
Pa., by Wm. Plair, has made its appear-•
ance in a new , dress, and - is'olarged , by
the additiOn of four column's. We con
eider the'ketord one of our best , exchang
es, and'hope it will continuoto prosper.—
WANNESBOIio i REcoR aremleas-.
ed. to note the enlarkenierifoiew dress and
other indications . ;of ; the' proSperity Of that,
oldand. r excellentlatiey th - ffaynesh,lire
Rtearci.: ',ll`noW, compares favorablywith. ,
any of its 'county cotemporaries - , -. and - as
such- we wish it'the prospe_ city in the fu
ture that Marks it. at
Tut eiv A. Week •
THE V.MIAAGE ItEcont).—This paper
Waynesboro', Franklin county, Fa., by
with a dress of new type. It is 'now-. a
very , beautiful sheet.. The proprietor has
published it for over 20 years. It is . a
very interesting paper, full Of jpeallews,
and is a credit to the flourishing inland
town in which it is published. We.wish
the energetic proprietor tutabundanee of
Tape VILLAGZ RECORD.
This old and welcome visitor to our Sane
r tum,reached us last week in an entire
new .dress, andefilaifect- , to - the , extent of
several columns, .malting it , first' class
country newspaper. Mr: Blair, the pres
ent proprietor, was one ; of. its , founders,
twenty-ibur years ago, and has :been its
solepublishcr for thelust_twenty l two,7ears.
He - deserves much credit for producing so
fine a paper, under eireumstanceo and in
a locality by no means peculiarly favora
ble, to such an enterprisc.-----Bag. ,Herald-
and Torch. .
ENLARGED AND IMMONF.D.--The last
number of the Waynesboro' Village Record
comes to us enlargedfour columns and
dressed in an entire suit of new and hand
some type andprinted - on a new press.--
With this number it commences its 24th
Volume, and!we.arepleased to see crown
ed with this evidence of, prosperity. "Bil-.
ly" Blair its present -Editor and proprie
tor, together with the late Dr. D. O. Blair,
at one time proprietor of this paper, found
ed the paper some .tiventyqour years ago.
A few years after it passed into the hands
of its present owner, -who has ever since,
at. least so far back as we have been- a
reader of the Record—o, dozen years or
more--been publishing a lively, neat rind
spicy' 'sheet, and with-his enlarged 'facili
ties, we have ,no donbt;th . atit will now be
better than ever. Long wave the Baird.
I3rrnovrio. 7 ---The Waynesboro' . Vit,lagc,
Record came - to us 'kat week in an entire:
new dress, nesttly enlarged and, much, beau
tified. The, improvement was;not When'',
unexpected; as an intimation of What was,
going to be done had been throwi,i out .iser
eral weeks ag9. - had'riot prepared us,,
howeier ' expect,sucka - radical change,
as hasletni 'made: 'The - Reit'rd. is now
one of the handsoMest nersPapers in the'
.it has Seven *.colunina` of 'reading
matter and advertisements on a page, it' is
neat,and apractiVe appepnee, and'
it always; has been readable, chatty and
entertaining.; We heartily 'congratulate
Mr. Blair 9,n his substantial improyernent;
and hope:tl4 his - enla.rg•ed sheet, iiew type ;
and' increased advantages will, be thor-,
oughly prized and apPreciated by his read-'
era and patrdns.Reptiaritorg.
Several. exchanges containing similar
notices wore among:things thatare often.
missing about' 'printing 'offices Whenthey
are wanted, which accounns for their non-
WiiEng TAE FLms COME Faort.—Fli
mare no7,..,4bulainnt, "and most people
wonder where thgy come from. Our Tea,
ders, if they remember the following para. ,
graph, can answer the inquiry :. The eggs
of the housefly axe laid in decaying veg
etable matter, such as dead lea.ves i and
especially in the manure of stables, about
seventy or eighty being "ths usual nuin- .
ber. These soon hatch, and the larvto
grow rapidly, feeding upon the substances
near it. After a short time the outer skin
hardens and becomes brown and tough,
shaped like a little barrel divided into '
'rings. The traudormation of the lirve
is quickly made, and the animal is soon
ready to emerge a perfect insect.
"VlThe intense heat for some time and
lack of rain, has had the effect to retard
materially the growth of corn in this sec
tion. Rain is much noeded.
spigno • S-444e45.
riti - BAtzertit Nap iustfOlt. terms
24: Zulu' 7 4, 'Pis offe
Sicsik CE*OllO4O-"4,4e(w iathgral
lof Supireured - 11ams;:new - Mackerel =id
smoke Beef& • W., A. RE).
Fon kias..—A valuable farm is offered
I:o4a* , For terms, &e. apply, to Lnw.
W. DEZEICH, Attorney at Law, Napes-
IcE.—Persona wanting ice can have it
delivered at their Lora regularly every
uierning,' orr -;crtherwise;,, by-applying=
Pax .--Pai~ies n need 01#)*Agart - t
ing maPriatifo l -find P , lane. Fla -*ea/
stock at dorkebitake's drug, shire. 'Call and
lersoll4llAxeilas, : I se :awl sinall,
Spreads, . Riding and Dliving_Gyive3;,tuid:
skin ployes Lind ,Mits; ,!tt Pidegrtded:
•• • •
Glove and ftli• Factory,: Opposite,
;Washington House,..lligeratoriul 3t.
paper and ;Periodical agent, is;now reedy
ing daily tirthetelrapk,affiee the ,Eas
.tern Dailies and :,etller p6pultir, publiea
tiOnsisincludingikarieri3 Weekly, T.eslie's.
;Illustrated 71'ests, the Weir York,:Ledger,
Cahtwell &,. Co'i , Cheap Store,
only $_1, 5 0.. We hair* bon& 4',„ balikiliit,
importer's itoek of 81mm-I,4:which we could
easily make' a;for tuniOn, but- prefer sca
thing' :diem , mriong . owl' patrone . at' the 'as
tcnishinglY AT :price of , One Siligle Dolliir l
Alen I,bo ice Linen Snits,, really.
.$4:O ,we shall throw-a.nuTat*.,-
50 - each; positively less, thinthe, cost :of
Dress,Good;3 marked , down fully 1 one
half; largest Stock of Muslin, and' prints
in'town - ; no advance in this ''departnieni,
notiiihstanding the rise elseWeie. ' . • ,
-- 7 See-special advertisement .in ;another`
column •ancl—den:t -ail_to : be_ou + larant
the' great clearing= sale. &Member the
-Gbeap-Store r rigbt-by--the—emirt.--lio. = •
Hagerstown. . . , ,
N'EnVor'S ThsktisE.—How many thous
andS of the Most' refined ladies of the land
are slaves nervous diseases in 'various
cormsL.-treinhling, twitching, and' jerking
of ihe nervesilimidache, hystericS; sudden
ontburits of temper "on trivial' occasions;
peeviilmess, of deSpemtien„ deS•
pon ency, or ear,, in any, unhealthy
condition of the 'nervous system, Briggs
Allevantor has ahsolute control . over the
nerves, Creating'a radical change - and pos
itive' 'cure. Sold by 'F. FOURTRILIN and
• Cord s, 'BOnions, Ingrowing Nails
and their tittendantills, have been, m years,
gene by, and the in ryCanS to Come, a,
Bonnie - of much, 'discomfort, and unhappi-,
ness to: those Who are annoyed With thetn r ,
B -intent efforts, and untiriu_. rse-
rence, give the suffering
humanity' his remedies--. Alleviator and.
Curative. The popularity which they have
gained, andithe entire satisfaction' derived
from their Use, is 'welt knOwn and Can be•
attested' by all classes who , have suffered'
with Corns, Bunions, IfigrawinesTails,Chil-
Mains,' Frosted or Blistered Feet,'
' .P/I.Es.- - . lAA; nt.those features and 'see
the agony depicted in the 'face. It cannot
be helped Ahile..,tbe , trouble remains.—
The suiferhig fonn,piles is of a very aggrava,
ted decription, You cannot walk with any,
comfort; . yon cannot ride in peace; you can-,
not sit .with ease, and
,the suffering, when
attending, to nature is ahnoit unbearable,
and causes such feeling_ of ,dread that is
put. off at great sacrifice to, health and com
fort, in many instances increasing the dirt
cul tyto :a ti . alextreg extent.l Use DA I.lriggs':
Pile Remedies accord'g to directionsto cure
internal, external, itchingor bleedingpiles..
They are mild and reliable, and •viar!ran-.
ted as represented. , - ,- „ , ' • - , ,: ~
• , SolQz.,Pruggistar., '... .: . : ..• . ,
, , . , ~.., 1 7:4411,E$ ...,
• ' 4e , 1-• '.
•'4'' 11AI R.
ITS EFFECT IS. ,
It is sparred anti wonderful article. Cures ,
baldness. • Makes" hair.grow. , A better hair ,
dreasink than any "oil" or itOreatum."--- ,
Softeruibraslydry and Wiry hair 'hit° be,an - '
tifal silken, tresses.' '!Bettj above all, the great
wonderiethorViclity - mai 'which it restores
Gray Ilairtolts • •
whttest ana,:worit looking 'hair re
sumes Its Touthfid lieanty by: its use:. It
.does not dye the "'hair; bat strikes' at the root
and fills itAvith nesttlifeland coleriagreattet:
:Asktforliath Sicilian 'Hair Renewer; no
otheriarticle is, iat all , like it in , effect. •
Kee t,Wiplbh'bottle -haS:our private Gov
ernmenmasiti'oter the too of tlie bottle.=
AU others ostilinittirroas." '
R. r.10.1,L & C 0.,: Nasliva N. IL, ,Pro
printers: .For sale by• Druggids. ' •
On the-15th inst4-13m;sminfant daugh
er of E: S.
and . Shank,l7.ged 7 months
and 4 days. On the 17th' inst., BEETLE;
son, aged 7 months and 6 days. •
Oniklonday, the 10th inst:, in Hruoil
ton township. Mr. 'CratnmAN MARMI,
`agedlB years, 1 month and , 26 days.
Near Jaeob's the'dth
Mrs. F.IT7AIRETH BARNHART, aged 72
years and 4'days.-
Oft„ A, ii,*STekellitlft v
(FORME= OF MERCERSBI7IIO,
oPEERS his Professional services to the
citizens of Waynesboro' and vicinity.
Da..,*rat . praant has relinquished an eioen
, sive practice at Mercersburg, 'where hilaas
. prominently engaged, ibr a numlnr of
years in the practice of his profession. '
He has opened an Office in Waynesboro',
at the residence of George Besore, Hqq., his
Father-in-iaw, where he can he found at all
times when not professionally .engaced.
July 20, 1871.-tf. 111.1
' ‘ll . :iv..4..i r ld.pool ;UR *Er. I
rihßzeicerED Ne*r..— yPI ,
~ .46 1 ., - ,( 7 .. - 1 ., . . L 4 -1 . ,,
8AV0N..;.1 . ..'.:" ' . ~, ...... . .'.' i.' 1 ... : , 4. el()
1 liks• 41. -. .:4•. 4 !; , •^ , • •••,!.r!'i‘ 1.4 ,
11 - UTTER:',?*..,:/....5..-.....•- -
EGGS ......., - ....4."..... ' '. , - 2 r:
LARD .. '..i. .... .. ' ' TO , '
~.-Pqr A ver97:: ..!...rP.mvs. - , ”..'-..`•'" s-''.''. -W . ! -
- A.144 - .TIS:-Dttiiim- -- - - -'= • 75:
HARD SOAP :77 AV*„.
PLOITit.---The flour market is char ,
acterired by unusual=dullneelv 1,200 4 4 a r 77
Ms Market street mills , sold-- - on
terms * al4o,ll•Ser.fAxmip2d4guTek.44.494,
at $5®6:25 lief' barrel for - superfine,
44®5.75 for extga505,50@7..40 for Wis
consin and'ititifeiroti4kifi fluidly, s6®
6.50 for Pennsylvania do:, do., $6.75®7.
.figures for fancy brands.. No change in
rye flour or confined. - " :
GRAlN,—Thereis•rery little demand
for wheat' . Small talefol old' red at'4ll.
- 47 - @l:so;im neN4l -- i - 7imat 7- 617 3 411C, .
43 per. bushel. "- News- rye - ••cedwastuds ..90
yellow at 72/073' emits; mut:mixed, ti-es
'ern at 71 cents; Oatsiute;inateady re
quest, and 3,000 bushels mired and .white
sold at'64@66 cenieLlifinift and Malt
there are no tritiitictions." "- • • . • .
. Has resumed the practice of Medicine.
OFFICE—Iit the Waßier_
the Bowden Rouse,Nigbt-valla &wad
made at his residence on 11,,fail g , tryet f ad
joining the Western Sehobl
THE subscriber offers for sale 'a Farm sit
uate in Washington Township, Franklin
43 .14 11 %-r - y-coP • • -
• . . . _
I'S'ACRES--ItiORE OR LESS,
'ofgood—quality-of-land,with ROJNE an•
Barn and other Buildings; there is good
running water, on the premitiesT-a. young
Orchard of Agple and Peach in'bear
ing order. This would make- pleasant
home, being situated in ntrcol:. nevhbor
hood,: close to Mills,. churches,ami gore.
Any person wishing to view the property
:can do so by calling upon Rodgers, Jiving on
the farm or the subscriber, in Waynesboro'.
tillib - ST)ffered at Publre, Sale in •Pikeitil o
ON THE 2nd *DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
at 1 o'clock, if not sold prior to that date.—
This property will be, sold in separate
parts, or in whole to snitpurchasers.
Terms will be made known on.day of sale.
- July 20 tf.' - ' CHRISTIAN 'STOUFFER.
rpnE subscriber; adridnistrator, or the es
_lL tate of Elizabeth Barnhart, deed, will
sell at Public 4ale at the Jate,residenee of
from Philip Beavcr'e to the Maryland line,
.adjoininc , the-timnof "Christian Beaver, on
FRIDAY; . THE 2Sth OF JULY, 1871,
the following ii,irsonal property, to wit:
One Family Ml4e,, One' GOod:Mikh Cow,
and C i ALP, 1 4 , Stock 1:tog, 4 Pigs ;
One Palling-top Buggy ;
• 1. SAFE A.15.,'D BOOKCASE, ,
1 Corner Cuphoardi.2'Che.sts, 1 •Settai 2 sets
Chairs, 2 R,odking-Chairs;- I Wash-stand, 1
twenty-four hour Cloak, 1 Looking Ghjis,
IVood - -box, 28 yards Carpet,4 Bedsteads and
Bedding, 2 Coverlets,..B , Sheets,. 2. Comforts,
ether Beds r ßillows, 2 , Bureaus;
CO CO - AND, FIXTURES,
1 Parlor Stove, for wood.or coal;•a.lot \Vool'
Rolls, 1 Iron Kettle, 1 small Capper Kettle,
1 Wheelbarrow, 1 and Obteeiaaware,
Tinware Crockery , '2 Spinning Wheels and
Reel, 1 Diimer Bell, a lot Biroks, English and
German; Tiths, Bucketsi... Boxes; Barrels,
Rakes, Forke,..}loes,:l...Ton of Ray,.
o_o_ 1 • Y__WALMITTLANK
1.1 Loeusq‘sts rthe one-halfloi 8 acres Corn,
and many other articles not,. necessary to
mention. , Sale : to commence at 10 o'clock
on said 'day, Whentheierms will be known:
JACOB J. MILLER, Adm'r. .
July 20-ts. . : G.. V. Morzo,,Auct.
GIGANTIC TIME IN. DRY:.GOODS;
. . ,AT THE
Announce nil theit . fdrty thousand enittomera,"
that Moinday nerd they will inaugurate
A GRAND' CLEARING 'SailE,
'when Will be - dimmed of as "fast as custom
:ere can be cerredn*rsl2,ooaworth - of. -
,617.111fRig.00.666 00006* ,
LADIES' & MISSES' SIATS,TAB...,
dc.,..dc., dc.oke,wd.e.;, &cr.'
Everything marked Eoo to 160 pereent
Price is no objeetatthietime: Thesegoods
;must shall and Will' be , sold; :Welare op
posed tothe rudneuseysteeu
over goodEL,frora one sea sontnandther, and,
are determined to dispose of ottr‘whele
malnin,g stock; regardless Of what they cont.'
Last Mar& we flung our batinee , to the'
breeze inscribed .with, the; tuagie: , .Wortbl-- -
"Clearing out,Clearing out s " and thus , we.-
cleared out over $7,000. warthef'reati 11
tire we.elts.• '
-Der 'patrons knew 'there 'was tio':"hinnlitgF
about:that - sale, that •wo;sold goodi for iittbsr
more than the price of paperand twine' to
wrap them in„ and now as we unfurl the Haw
egam , ,they knoyf, fyll That mean '
what :Weeny. . . ' - • '
This time the'slitughterie terrible,Tor
ere 'determined to - closeout the whole lot in%
order to begin the eanipaign, with an •
entirely new stock.
134l*ner, Shawls selling at
Japanqe Poplins thrall to
Frenchlarins, only •
PrendhOrgondies at • •
Buff Linenifor autta,.only ; r 20c
-•Buff ,Latvus i .reduced•to ' , 15e
Grass Cloth, 'lO different shades; nt2oe
Marseilles! Mateenks! , ' Marshilles! ;
marked doWn lesa than half the usual
.OF DRESS GOODS, .
at 10c., 11c., 121 c., and 30c.,
- - worth more than double.
• 1000. REMIT-AII,IS,
. at 3c, per yard end Upivards.,
for Tess than costefteltking. •
LAnntsitcrs,• - •••
at 5er,10c.,20c., ,25c.,•30d.,and 4 :40.,
• wprth rapi;( . i' far hiti . ligytrirs.'
We hasfealsOin stOcir.43Ver 5001e:cenBrovin
• • and Bleached: • • •
B . Z4Z-1 4 ' , 0., :
bought" prior to the late ativanceOrbieb :We
are still selling at Our teal bream low rises.
Although we lose,n - few - hundred - ideates
on tlietid. goods,••we consider eventually,
a gate. = This clearing out : process IS an ab
sacrifice, We Must, hate' rooni , to aecorti
mointe the innesnse piles - of Fan Goods
with which we intend oneningthe campaign
the coming season: Dou't ',forget to be on
hand at the . . . •
if you do you'Vrill miss some of, the &elated
bargains ever offered 'to' the peopled this
country. Remember the - • •
The widely Celebrated •
• . and ever Popular
Cheap 'Store, • • •
kALDIVELL & CO.
Y.i : htbrtheCourtllQnee,.
u y 20. - age - ,