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THE , VATARBORD' VILEA,Ci RECORD,
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five Cents per gquare. A liberal
&want mrp3e to yearly adier-
LOCALS.—Bttiinesslocals Ten Cents per
line for the first insertion, Seven
,Cents•for iftibsequent insertions.
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7¢ T~e'c~r~daYs ' axo ov w.
Ser Look out for fruit thieves,,
lx4l..Baixtess is dull-ivaid'iobals'scaTice.
oysters are again ii season;
‘dorNG Up.—Several - more pew houses
)V,asox :WO opened a •school
'in Beaver's 1141. •", • - ,
1363 - We are piethig` through another
41 dry spell."
Mt—Peaches are plenty at $l,OO per
Loney continues scarce,
nM..Cider is reta.iling at $4.00 per bar
ttet..lt is said that tomatoes will 'cure
the sting of a bee, - .
ws..See notice of Geo Leisinger, mason,
ia another column,'
aga-Se'e advertisement of Real Estate by
ohu Lantz in this a. er.
Fon asu,E.-- I For _Pickel and Kraut
stands, call on ljAviD thrE, ivho has 'all
sizes for sale.
BErThe Record has Oeraged a new
subscriber every day during the . past
le common:tea ton in is - issue
signed"S." should. baw appeared' in our
last issue, but was overlooked until too
FARM FOR SALE,-Mr John Price of
fers at private sale a deSirable farm con
taining about two hundred acres, situthed
in Antrim township, near the Marsh Run.
SOLD.—The Eastern School House and
lot vas sold by G. V. MoNn, auct. on
Tuesday .last for the sum of $1009.90.-=
Purchaser, Mr. Alex Varnil ton.
LEAVING.-ThC cool eyeuings and morn
ings of late have had the efreet'to relieve
our mountain houses of many of their Yis
hors. The nuMber at either does notnow
PIKESVILtE PROPERTIES."—Peter "1,011-
zer, assignee, offers for sale the properties
in Pikesville, belonging to: Samuel Gon
den and Gro. Leisiuger. See advts.
Parse FOR SALE.—We have - still for
sale the Washington Press upon 'which
the Record was printed before its enlarge
ment. Price, $lOO.
THE, Oars FAR3l,=—ThiS farm is offer
ed for sale by Messrs. Harba,ugh & Am-,
Berson, assignees. It'is one of the finest
improved and most valuable
this section of country.
Da..The rails are now laid on the Western
Maryland Railroad, two miles beyond ga
billasville, and the cars run occasionally
to that' place..
HOG Cuor.EnA.--This disease Vas made
its appea‘ince in our neighborhOcid, Since
our last issue one farmer lest four 'hogs
and another three. Use tar freely as apre-.
AT W oßk.—Mr. Rothe,
:several day since com,theiced preparing
.the .foundation for the new School. .Build
ing. We understand the work is to be
pushed (award vigorously,
Dzeztsm—Mr. Gm. A. BEl'altli,
formerly a resident of Hagerstown, Md.
Alai recently at'lndianoplis, Ind. at the
age of 67 years.
ACS The communleatio.o of "Citizen" in
reply to "Ilusinfte was sent in too late
for publication this week. It will appear
on first page of our nest issue•
Soto.—Mr. John Lantz, recently sold.
his residence adjoining Cbambersburg for
the sum of 84,000. Purchaser, Isaac Shet
ter, of Scotland.
BAcK.—Rev. W. N. GEDDES, Pastor
of the Presbyterian congregation has re
turned after a couple of months absence,
,his health Much improved. He occupied
the pulpit as usual on Sunday morning
.attd (wetting last.
1111,,ADwing to a pressure of job work we
did net Arid time to cull non-paying sub
ribers from fixur list, as we promised to
-du in prey : ions ijisne,, We will try and
hunt taw up betbre 'another publication
5A1.4.---Sknou Lccron &
Henry elq l .4agl!, .a4nlinigrfitors, 'offers
. for ale the .3.1.au...1,0u farm of Jacob car
.bau 1, deed , adjoining the W.Wew gme
Mill ropey. Thisjsa.
Arith e finest itnp.r.cr einenta,therco n . 3
t. Caoandia 1 01144 dicii..ziear Per.
,ronifinsville; Ilartibr& . 09.atzi.,ItIcl., oa
the.l6o - filt., aged it6j'Art4. -
BIG SHOur.—From an - advertisement
to be found elsewhere in to-day's paper it
will be ' .:!" 4 :i'l . i ' Handenburg , a Co's
Monster ‘,. , 1 .., j.:. and Circus c eikpioix:o i
hibit i ; . :place on Satuoo , l24
~, . ,
IS it al6't Op through thieliTnitiOd
S , *lO, lik , r,ctofore been, ti'
in+ IJOI naiii l io doubtthii At i ,:)..4.
a huge affair, and cones to this part vf
the country highly-reeorayd., , T;:.,44,
derlliatniii readers may form an idea
of its proportions we make the follewip' g,
extract, taken from the liondon Era, in re
gard to it. . s ,
"There has been safinuch said about
shows that we hardly know .how ta ali
proach'the subjectagain : but, as journal
ists, -we must •nor pass` b . , 3 , I.iiitiotiog'inir
questionably the largest And best show in
the world. In making this rash assertion
1 we t are backed up by the- -who% press of
the country,,,without a _dissenting voice,
where this *how.traveled, audit is conceed
ed by professionalshowman (a.great num
ber have recently visited.our ci
ty,) to, be superior to any similar 'concern.
110 W traveling, and4.e are again convin
ced that it is the. Show „from the liberal
manner in whicli_it la manned.. ,
The list of an'unal ' s embrace almost er ,
ery kind , known,: to , natitralists. Birds
and beasts , in unlimited numbers and, ex
cellent varieties. c
We take, pleasure in commending this.
Show to the public, feeling 'satisfied }hat
all who patronize it will ; be well entertain
ed, highly - edified; and as it. is , probably
the last of the, season, no doubt our citi
zen and neighbors will bestow upon it 'a
of our paper this morning, and. it is at:
tractive enough to call the attention of
our readers without the usual "see adver
tikement," whieli we generally append to
a notice of this i ltind.
We shall Watch With consideraly inter
est the sensation that the Consolidation
will create when it comes to our city. - It
will, no doubt, draw the largest crowds of
T is R. R. Quvertos.—For several
weeks we have devoted .a considerable a
mount of - our ieadin - matteispaee to.cor=
respondents on the Railroad question.—
.As each project has , had its friends we
deemed - it our duty to' pursue-a neutral
course and give all a healing. We re
gret however the division of_smatiment or
want of harmony: among our - citizens in
reference tolhe matter. In unity there
is strength, and without accepting one of
the propos:itions and operating in its in
terest alone, nothing can be accomplished.
But under the . circumstances this seems
to be.out of the question. Owing 'to this
fact it has been mutually agreed' upon,;so
at least - we understand, to take subscrip
tions, which are •to be' given to any com
pany whiel will guarantee a road soonest
and upon the . mesti favorable terms. It ,
is proposed to :appoint , Oyelve men, sub
scribers, who nre,to Choose andapange with
such company. Others. suggest that the
choice and arranging be left to the major
ity of the suiihriliers, which use regard as
,With such an understanding
we doubt riot libeial subscriptions could
be taken generally. . As all are mutually
interested the majority would act with' a
view to the bestbiterestsof bothlown and
country: can see no objection to such
a plan upon which, to' operate; and trust
those . who have taken .the matter in hand
may carry it out successfully.
THE SABBATH SCHOOL Pic-Nic.----On
Thursday morning Of last week the sever
al Sabbath' Schoolsitot this place, held. a
at:the grove• on the Leitersb4rg
turnpike. The procession numbered a
bout five hundred. At least as many more
persons frorn'the town and vicinity
ted the grOunda during the. Course of, the
day. The procession was headed by the
Sthitlaburg Brass Baud, which was highly
complimented forthe fmem usic discoursed..
The Waynesboro' 3and was also present
and as ,usual, played very well: On, reach-.
ing the grove Rev. Donahue
. made a brief
address suited to the occasion, soon after
which ranks were broken and every one
tried to make the best of a very. fine day.
All who attended speak of this as being.
the most pleasent pic-nic for many years.
RAU, RoAD•—The Public Op in ion
says:—We are reliably informed that an
engineer corps will commence work on
the sitrvey/of.a ,new route for a railway
line from.the South Pennsylvania junc
tion near Marion, to Waynesboro'. They
will then proceed to find.thes.hortest prac
ticable route' from Waynesboro' to the
Western Maryland Rail Road. We have
been unable to ascertain by whom the
corps is employed.
air From Emmitsburg we learn that
50 or 60' laborers are at work on the
Branch Railway. The road is progress
ing finely under the Engineership of Mr.
J. S. Gitt, whose time between that and
the Bachman Valley Railroad is much oc
AIi:SILTED TO THE BAR.—On Saturday
evening last, on motion of R. g: McCrea
ry, Esq., M. W. Jacobs was admittell to
the bar, after a; very creditable and 'satis
factory examination is open court. Mr.
Jacobs is a son of the late Rev. Dr. Ja
cobs, and is a young man of excellent
promise. He will honor the profession he
has chosen.—Get Star
The Greencastle Valley Echo says that
the colored citizen of that phice will hold
an emancipation jubilee amfball, in the
new town hall, on Thunday'evening Sept.
Christian Hilliard, an old and
nava esteemed citizen of Hagerstown,
died ,o'n, the 23d tilt., after a brief illness,
,aped about 75 y cars.
VALI:4I3LE tenat.—lt will be seen by
refering to our; , sdvsini 991 u n*:,
the,Manson ,„* of the roeißrel, l4 4 ,
ble our neigkborhOd,' nt ginjt tofthft
its Ode . o. *ies, c'd,
putolle4sple the th ofetotte
• • s';'
neljacob Pensinger and J. W. boug
hs, Commissioners appointed to re-exam
readjtidiatii daiiiis iircitizeini'&*
losses sustained during
.the Re},►ellion will
be iir this plttict: 01a konciay the' - d'day of
October for the townships of Quincy,
Washington and part of Quilford.
f, • ,
MiffiDi S. or - Sharisburg,
llaryland.,bas been appointed bytliMtu4
tees of Antietam :Cemetry keeper of the
lodge and grounds, at the salary ,of $5OO
a year. - •
The Railroad Project.
kr E4iteri-No . o ne will doubt the
importance of, a Railroad- to, this plaee,
and after said arid done, I do think
that a connection :With the 'Railroad at
Gettysburg what .we Want. Our ,trade
is meatly-With Baltimore, and why con
medt with a road that is mostly to 'benefit
an' Iron Company and carry our trade
in aanpriosite direction from wi4twe want.
Let 'all ,considei, the riatterbefore , acting:
rashly. I ana,Creditably informed that a
road from, Gettysburg to this place will be
made, if ay encauragement, is given , by,
our citizens.. We are to have some afficial
and definite propositions soon from the
right source. I do not think that we should
commit ourse yes at present to. y one
point until we, know the
matter, grid the one to the best interest of
Way*borce. We must have a Railroad
eonneetion.suinewhere andthat soon too.
tE9..The alleged corruption of • the au
thorities of New Yory City has occasioned•
lor_sometior no little_exeitera•
quite newspaper controversy. From the
figlir's given officially it appears that th 6
carpets for the, new
house in New
York cost upward of three hundred and
fifty thoustind dollars ! An eminent car
pet dealer has made a survey of the entire
- conZern;liried - with — Brusiels and tapestry
carpeting, of.as good quality as any used
Aherein,-for_the_sum of $l O 00. By oth
Oficial figures it appears that a single firm
was paid for corporatiok printing from
March 8, 1869, to lillarch 31, 1871, the
sum of $1,401,269 43. The same firm al-
Iso,receixed the ,sum of $234,620 08. for.
stationery during the sane period. The
entire 'cost of printing and stationery for
the' wo years was $2,641,828 30.
..Another' immense meeting in favor
of the captiverenians was held in Dub
lin on Sunday, and ended with the usual
free fright hetWeen the people and the po
lice.. 'There was a fierce conteSt, , and Ma
ny persons where hurt on both sides.—
The demonstration was formidable, ahun
dred thousand-people being participants
in it. The ostensible object of :the 'meet
ing was to petition the GoVernment for
the releasc of the Fenian convicts; but the
real. Purpose ofthis and preceding similar
gatherings was to• give opportunities for
displaying the bitter, hatred of the Irish
to English rule. ,
SENSIBLE CoNmsrox.—The Richmond
Whig says—"We lave learned . : in the
Sonth'the value and importance of labor
and the necessity of throwing our own en
ergies into the - work before us. We have
learned that labor is honorable and- that,
the educated man Who works with his own
hands is far more respectable than the ed
ucated drone who scoffs at work and lives
upon the labor of others." And a most
valuable lesson it is to:be learned, every
where. It is worth more, when . taken, to
heart, and its teaching practised, than mines
airA. man who is too stingy or mean to
advertise business' is not worthy the
patronage of the public. We care not
ivhat the business is, whether lawyer, mer
chant or mechanic, it matters not—=a man
tbitt does 'not advertise bia busiitess, either
does not want trade, or is to mean to have
it. When yOu smoke this, we shall, have
another pipe full.
ViirßrighainYoung's influence in Utah
is waning. It is said he proposed to' mar
ry a car-load of female recuits just arri
ved at the saintly city a few days ago, and
only fifteen of the lot would entertain the
seirAn election took place in Califor-'
nia on Tuesday for State officers, members
of the forty-second .Congress. The candi
dates for GOvernor are Henry H. Haight,
Democrat, and Newton Booth, Republi.
Mrs. Brown, her sister and husband,
were all burned to death a few days ago
at Kittaning, Pa., by the ex plosion, of a
half gallon of coal , oil. Two brothers
and a, sister, were also in the room at
the time of the explosion and escaped
slight injuries. Mrs. B. was filling a
lamp at the time of the explosion and
thought she had extinguished the wick.
The walls of one of the buildings . de ,
stroyed by the late fire at Williamsport,
Pa., fell on the 22d ult., and crushed to
death taco little girls, sisters, named I%futz
The widow of a man who died in Iron
ton, Ohio, of delirium tremens, has re
covered $5,000 damages from the man
who furnished-the whiskey. !
3Sr O T I C E_
THE subscriber informs the public, his
creditors included, that he is now pre
pared to do all hinds of Mason work at short
notice and upon the most reasonable terms.
Satisfaction m all cases guaranteed.
r' HOUSE FOlCt e s4P• 22 l 4 :ie
undersign si e inatfi* onfOrOilano
Streetissoffer4 40pr,1*.saie,1 , ( 41
, Punic Sem—The Waynesboro' School
board Fill ofer the Western Schaal:Hauge
and Lot at Public Sale on Saturday :the
The House and Lot will be sold-.together
Terms, to be made knoll-nun dayof sale
Dthrierny.—Persous having.,t&y 04e7
*CaVeriii4Ciiingi - eetl; iliOnld call at A.E.
Branisholts' office and - gave them eirtrac,
ted, and saTe much suffering during the
winter season. The, est sets of teeth in
serted on very'reasonable terms.
millitherto many persons have 407 7 ,
ed ihemselves a SAving Machine on
count of t4e.exoil*ant prices . naked for
them.,:rbe . :Wil,son -Underfeed being .fronr
$l5: to s2s' cheaper than , any other, meets
the wants of rich and poor, alike. .
While' is equal in finish; dierability,
and capacity to any,of ;the high. priced Sew
ing Machhies, its late improvements ren
der it-superior to the best of them; Will
sew'any kind of thread and do any kind
'Of work. . ,
'Stop and see . it at Boemei & Waynant's
Clothing Store.. •
, Bunions; 'lngrowing ' Nails
and their attendant ills, have been, in years
gone by, and will be in ,yehrs to come, a
sourse of much discomfort and unhappi
nths to those who are annoyed with them.
By persistent efforts and untiring perse
verence, Dr. J. Briggs gave the suffering
humanity his remedies—Alleviator and
urative.:Tlie_popularity which they have
gained, and the entire satisfaction derived
om their use, is well' known and can be
attested'by all classes who have suffered
v‘ithCorns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails,Chil
blabas, Frosted or Blistered Feet, &c.—
Sold by druggists.
PELF.—Look at those features and see
the agony depicted in. the face. - It cannot
be helped while the trouble remains.—
The suffering from piles is of a very aggrava
.rn , ecrip ion. ou cannot walk with any
comfort; you.cannot ride in peace; you can
not sit with ease; and the 'suffering when
attending to nature is almost u bearable,and causes such b feelini , of dr d that - is
put off at great sacrifice to he th and 'com
fort; in many instances increasing . * diffi
cultyto an alarm'g extent. • Uie Dr.Rriggs'
Pile Remedies aecord'g to direetions to cure
internal, external,' itching orbleeding piles.
They are .Mild and reliable; and warran
ted as represented. - " ~ '
.' • .; '
Sold by , Druggists. ' •
' - Nrltvous2Dtkiwn.—How many thous
ands of:the most refined ladies of the land
are slaves to nervous diseasses in various
formstrembling, twitching, and jerking
of the' erves; headache, hysterics, sudden
outbursts of temper.
,on trival . occasions,
peevishness, a: feeling of desperation, des
pondency, or fear, Ac. In.any• inifaealtlty,
condition of the nervous system, ;Briggs
Allevantor has absOlute coati:el, over the'
nerves, creating a radical eliange and
itive `cure.. Soldliy F. Fiiii.umrsti = i , and
On the 24th ult.; by the Rev,ll. C. Lecher
Mr. JAMES C. LINDSEY. to Miss CAT#A
RINE Mownw, both of this county.
In Chambersburg, on the'3d inst., 'Mr.
CHRISTIAN BRANT, aged 63 years.
On the 25th ult., in Roxbury, hum'.
S. Skinner, aged 31 years, 7 'months and
14 days. •
On the tst inst,. in Chambersburg,
CHRISTIAN SENSENY, in the 54th year of
On the 27th ult., Mr. GEO. RinsatAN,
aged 58 years 4 months and 27 dayk ' •
On the 21st ult., SOLOMON MONN, aged
1 year, 3 months and 28 days. .
F% . 4n0 7- -1
(CORRECTED WEEKLY.) •
EGGS • ......
• PLULAVELPIIIA, August 28.
PIIIIADELPIIIA, Sept. 4. 1871.
OUR.—The flour market is without
mu.. activity : 700 barrels changed
nds, including superfine at .$email@example.com
extras' at $firstname.lastname@example.org, TennsYlva,nia fam
ily do. $5.62: 1 .®6.25,, Indiana 'and Ohio
do. do. at $6.25®7.2.5,,the litter rate for
fancy. Rve flour may be quoted at 84(.t
4.25 for Western and Pennsylvania.
GRAlN.—There is a firm feeling in the
wheat market, with more demand' both
from, shippers and local millers, with sales
of 22,000 bushels Western red on private
terms: 6,000 bushels at $email@example.com; am
ber $1.45, white 61.5001.60. , Rye is
firmer, 800 "bushels sold at 77@80. Corn
is in fair request, with sales of 8,000 bush
els 71 for yellow, 68070 for Western
mixed. Oats are unchanged, 2,000 bush
els mixed, and white sold at 44347.
.PF A HOIJSE AM) LOT
THE undersigned Assignee of George
Leisinger, will sell at l'ublie t _Sale, on
the premises, on Saturday 14th of. October,
A House and Lot situated in Pikesville,
the' lOt contains 2.1 acres. The; improve
ments are a
Tlo-sTolty LOG HOUSE, •
Log Sho necessary
stable and other
'rigs, good- fencing, and 'a" variety
of choice fruit trees. Terms—ono third
cash, remainder in two equal piyznents.—
Sale to commence at one o'clock.
Septe:---bc.sr 7 —ts
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4 coPearbaugFideo;; '.: , •' - f" . :.' "•=. Oy of
.pci liwouteiy;,o44h.o :.;•mbies,,dit. ' 'clajPit,
- Oetober43th thirfollotving Tracte'oP 5 1 1
situated in Washington townsh4Fe , eati; • i
411-11115 . 41V414*4 II 11-,-'',
situated OnoipiteSoutiqesOl Waynestat•ro'
'04711E-roast.l4lll4 - friorfesboie — to •
Hagerstown, and adjoining, Villa* Grove
Mills, containingaboutr• '... , • :-
1. 1 . 1 2.51 & ; "• "
j i Wr i eS
Offirsi quatitk limestone :Land, in es
cellentrneighborhood; eonteriient -te'Cliiir
ches and Schools. .The improv,ements , con
t of a Neiv"Prick '
two-stotied) Wash': and Spring goose
, moke' House '' ' and Bake-oven", new,and
complete ; a*. ' *
BANK •BABN; STONE AND FRAME
in•godd'repair ; new Wagon Shed and . ' Hog
Pen. • .This farm is•well .watered having ti
well i 5 .feet deep, a never •failing Stream
near thedOor, and the Antietam creek,fiow
qugby tlietarri-'yerd; to which, stock •. can
have access 'froth all the fields.' ;There is a
young-Orchard - of - OHOICE FRUIT' on the
&tram:good, bearing condition. :Also a ,the
in said township, containing 33 acres, more
or less, well set with thriving ohestnut and
othertimber, adjoining lands of‘Tohnliench
. hoof and others, . about of a mile from
Monterey' House, the • ,turnpike .runuing
within '5O-yds. of the lot.
-, Perscins wishing:fa view the 'farin of lot
can call on either Of the administors, ohe of
which resides on the farm. Sale to com
mence, at 10 o'clock on said day when the
terms will be, made known
G. V. Mcmg, Auo.
September 7-7. ts
PIN PAH FOR SALE!
THE undersigned; as agents for the heirs
of George Wiles dec'd. ; will offer at pub
lic sale, on the premises, at 10 o'clock, on
Thursday the 12th day of October xiext, the
Home Farm of the deceased, containing
lying about 1,1 miles South of IVa.ynesboro'
Franklin County Pa,. on the turnpike lead
ing to Hagerstown, improv,ed by a large
frorathe ground to the' top, 82 feet long
and floors 52 feet long; smoke, wash-house,
wagon-shed, a large hay-shed, blacksinith
shop and other necessary buildingsallnear
ly new and in good,condition. There is an
of apples,- grapes and all other of the best
fruit on the premises, a well of neyerfailing
water near the door,. a sunning. stream
through the meadow with lane. running to
it for stock., The farm is fenced off into nine
fields with post felicing-r-:tlM 4 land is clear
of rock, and • abotit 12 acres • ceveied with
excellent' timber. Thill• is considered one
of the most valuable farms in• thO' .county
now offered for -sale. Possession, will. be
given on the first day of ApriLstext.
.At the same time will'also Offered a
beat 67 acres of ' •• "
CHESTNUT TIMBER LAND 1N LOTS
to suit purchasers, lying on the first rise of
the South Mountain south of .the Mentzer
•Gap Road, adjoining lands of. Hess, Bone
brake and others • •
06d -third "of the 'purchase money is to
remain hi the Land, the interest tO be 'paid
annually to Rachel Wiles, widow, now .68
years old,,duri#g her life and after her
, death the principal 'to the' , fieirs,, one-half
of the residue on the day . possession is to be
given and the balance in one year, from
that date with interest ,
' • JACOB WILES,
September 7,—tS G.V. Iktaxo, Auct.
THE undersigned; Executor of the Estate
of John Lantz, Sr., late of Guslford town
ship, dec'd., cifferSat Private Sale, thefollow-,
,ing described Real Estate, bounded bylands
.of Jacob Stouffer, John Metz and Benj. Metz
being situated on•the Falling .Spring' road
andrhambersliurg and Gettysburg turnpike'
• SE - 57 - P.M" ACRES • •
offirst quality Limestone Land. The im
provements are a two story Britli ,Dwelling
Hous,having 42 rooms; 2 basements and cel
ars ; wash and bake houses under one roof;
Frame Barn with barn floor, wagon shed at
tached; hopen, buggy shed and all the 'ne
cessary outbuildings.i , There is .also on the
premises, an orchard of choice fruit and cher
ries„pears. peaches, plums, grapes, se. in
abundance. The Falling Spring runs thro'
the end of this propety.
Also, at Private Sale, a Valuable Trait of
Land )eing situated in Greene townshipiad
joining lands ofßobertßla.ck and John CMw
ford, on the Gettysburg turnpike. about one
mile South-East of Greenwood.' containing
25 acres ,and 34 'perches, neat measure, of
Rock Oak, ,Chestnut and Pine Timber. Land.
This land is highly valuable and worthy of
the Attention Of purchasers: Parties wishing
to see either of the abOve can do so by call. ,
ing on the undersigned, residing in Stout'.
ferstown. , JOHN LANTZ,
Sep. 7 , -,4f Execator of John Lantz, Si..
THE subscriber offers: at.„rrivate Sale a
volatile Film, sittistedin Antrim to.wn
ships Franklin Co, Pit., along thehhush Run
adjoining hinds of &nail 13. Siiivel)i . „ Sam
uet.Nickoderaim and others, containing'
• 200 Acres,
more or less; of first quality Limestone
Land. Abont . forty acres •of which is set
with thriving timber The jmprovements
are;--A LARGE TIVO,STORY
BRICK. DULLING HOESE,
two-story Stone Ont-HouSe, a large
Wagon shed and all other necessary out
buildings. There is also on the Prenlises a
FINE ORCHARD of of grafted fruit in bear
ing condition. g,ood well of water
at the house. • . The Marsh .Run flows
through the farm. Persons wishing to see
the farm =1 call on tho subscriber who.
will show it to them , '
September 7—tf JOHN PRICE.
rII - lEAP Family Flour $5 50 , to 55 , 75
./barrel and all kinds of Feed cheap for
cash.. Cash, cash all the time
Septetnber7,—tf J. ELDEN.
LOT Scrubbing Brushes-4old : cheap—
Shoe Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Cot
ton Wash lines, Bed Cords, painted Buck
ets, School 'and Market Baskets, Crystal
Soap for washing paints—it has no equal.
June 29. W. A. REID.
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ORNITHOLOGICAL !MUSEUM !:
SHOWS AND CHICUSES
GREATEST, Extribrii 4
First tour of these 'Exhibitions ON ' _TxrE AMERICAN 'CONTINENT,
and Are not given under . • • ' .
But under one Diamnioth Water-Proof Pavillion ciiireble• of 4 Seatirig - 1,000
spectators, with seats so•arranged as to give all an opporitiiiity of witnessing
the exhibition, without the annoyance of moving from tent to tent.
These establishments do :not travel by canal or railroad, assmallerconcerns
do, Nit have
AN ARMY OF MEN AND DROVES OF HORSES;'
ELEPJIANI'S, CAMELS; &c. ,
A LINE : OE •ANIMAL DENSI:;.:
Filled With the finest specimens ever hrouilit to this . country-=all lately
— imported - ; - .no - played-out stock, such ,as you have seeroperaiibulating over
the country for the last twenty years.
A: 6 RANO:PROORkgtON;
Will lie : given , without tinsel or claptrap on the morningeach day
exhibltion, -- headed by the
. ''and. followed, by the Elephants,. Camels, ,1161!kii; r'Onies i lMules,.&e., - - and , the'
- ' line of Animal Dens., ,This establislunent does not.advertise ' -," '
THIRTY CAGES OF WILDANIMALS
And show yoiia leas number, but advertise
filled with the finest specimens of the Brute dreation, egnil to Thirty. Deus,
compared with those of other' exhibitions. , „
' The attractions to these, Exhibitions are insidcAlse- s Tent; Und not. exhansteq.
in a Mock Auction Street Parade. Our patrons4o4o iSee'a first:ern-Si enter
tainment, with a prduaion ofnew ideas and novel effects.
And the Great Performing Horse
Will be introduced by Mr. Charles' keny - On. Mr. Thomas Haywoodl—
THE GREAT IRISH CLOWN, Has just been engaged, his first appearance•
in•this country, and who receives the enormous salary of s2st, IN' GOLD.
Just added to these Establislts 'PROFESSORVONIWN'S. DEN OF
.Ivacco:rwaW\ner* .IHr. 7 .11L.IVel21hTefti
And will appear at , the conau.sion of each Performance in a
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ORIENTAL SPECTACLE !
Waynesboro', September 9.
Mereersburg, September 8.
ADMISSION, 50c. CIIII ( DREN 9 TEARS AND - UNDER, 25. ;
OF TlzW 4 , AISIU= D
THREE bIONSTER TENTS
' BAND CHARIOT;;,
The Mai with the ,Iron Jaw.
ENTITLF,D THE _
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