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Thurs October 5, '71.
?1u FOR SALE.---We - -have for
male the' Ilhishioiton Prciits tpon which the
Recoad was -priutbd previo4 to its enlarge
:neut. Price, $lOO.
am,Election day, Tuesday next.
.'Wild Pigeons are an the wing:
Bead real estate advertisements
,Swelling—Our "black 1190
~.Corn-huskilag digs commenced
For Sale at Rciailtg,es—A cheap Sew
erGive , rrinter, and not the Dev
-51, his dam .
.136 - Old maids and bachelors are multi-
Vying In town. Pity.
Winter apples are selling at 75
, cents to $l.OO per bushel.
Dar The prettiest lady in town seldom
SEir 'The public schbols were opened in
this place on Tuesday morning.
Loafers now put in their time Pig
Ear Greenbacks and locals are scarce,
Air Newspaper fault-finders are mostly
Wl—, New corn is retailing at noo per
gerThe match-making or marrying
season is approaching, Bachelors get rea
T. J. Filbert, Merchant Tailor,
will‘be on band in a; day or two with new
goods for gentlemen's wear.
ZarChestnuts and Shelbarki taken in
payment for subscription to the Record
from mountain subscribers.
EARLY lA r nlTEß—Prepare for in ear
ly winter, and if you are a little ahead
of time you will be none the loser by it.
RESIGNI).—Rev. E. Bridenbaugh has
tendered his resignation as ppstor of the
Lutheran Church, in Gettysburg.
Go —W. H. Brown of the Mt. Hope
store is LOW in the city making. his
and winter selections. New goods in a
The Democratic candidate fo r
State Senator in this District, Franklin
and Cumberland counties, is Henry K.
.The regular meeting of the Frank
lin county Medical Society will be held
in Cliambersburg on the 10th inst., at, 1
o'clock, P. M.
VrCapt. INT W. Walker, successor to
the late Geo. P. Heyser, in the wino busi
ness, at Hagerstown, recently sold his
pair of gray horses to a gentleman of
Philadelphia for the sum of $7OO. So says
Twice A Week.
SOLD.—Mr. Wm. Adams, auctioneer,
sold the John Gipe property at the Marsh,
on the 26th ult., containing 15 acres and 90
perches, with Improvements, for the sum
of $3,115. Purchaser, a Mr. Smith from
ca, Work on . the Miramar Railroixd in
Cumberland county-is progressing rapidly,
a force of two hundred additional hands
laving recently been employed upon the
RIM/ A'AZD• MOUNTAIN LAND.--:We
call special attention to the yaluable,farm
and mountain land advertised for sale in
to-day's paper by Chas. A. Stouffer, of
Washington. county, Md. The farm is
well improved and . one - of the finest in
that section of the county. •
ELECTION DAY.-48 we are sadly in
want of funds to meet pressing claims an
invitation is extended to all patrons in
arrears for subscription, advertising, &c.,
t 3 call and square accounts on Tuesday
the 10th, election day.
RELlGtore.—The German Baptists(Dun
kers) will hold religious services in their
house of worship (old Union Church) on
Church Street, on Saturday evening 'next
and Sunday. Ministers from abroad arc
expected. The public is cordially invi
Dr.e.D.—Mr. Geo. Cook e an aged and
"NV ell e: known citizen and merchant of Up
ton, in this county, died in Lancaster on
.Suntiks , last. At the time of his death
Mr. C. was Post Master at Upton, which
of he had held—according to a state:
meat in the liVository—for a period of
Qtri.l. - cv atsp..—The Quincy Brass
Band was present and furnished the mus
ic .at the Tournatueht in the grove of Mr.
..lievid shank on ;Saturday last. They
tarried long enough licrc to treat our citi
zens to several pieces of Alpice music.—
They were neatly attired .end occupied a
}aaisome wagon. With practice Quincy.
may,yet boast of a first-class Band.
afirliTtn. McSherry has been pozoinat
, for State Senator in the DiStriet compos
edof Adams and York counties, by Ike
ISemoorits, ismci Dr. A. C. Hetrick, by
Try AVIIETAVRAILROAD. — The last
Boonsboro' Odd Fellow contains an adver
tisement signed by six commissioners ap-,
pointed by, the , Maryland legislature, a -.
mong whom, are A. K. Syester and Dan
iel V. Ahl, announcing that on the 25th,
26th, 27th, and 28th of October, Books
of-Subscription will, be opened to the Cap
ital Stock of the Antietam Railioad.
The capital stock is fixed at $200,000 in
shares of $2O each. The Odd Fellow
says :-L-"Some suppose this to be a differ
ent railroall enterprise from the Miramar.
We will try to explain. "The Antietam
Railroad" and-the Miramar Railroad are
substantially the same enterprise,. though
under different namesnnd charters. "Mir
amar is operating under a charter . from
Pennsylvania, and runs from the Susque
hanna opposite Harrisburg,' to 'the State
line in Franklin County,'south 'of Way
nesboro'. The Antietam Railroad is an
enterprise. chartered by the . Maryland
Legislature to run from the Antietam Iron
Works, or the Potomac at Shepherdstown,
through Washington County, to connect
with the "Mirathar" at some point on the
line of Washington County. The two are
designed to connect, and are in , ilia, the
same enterprise, and under the patronage
of the same parties. The subscriptions in
this county must be taken to the Antietam
Railroad, to make them legal, as the Mir
amar is not known here in law, and all
subscriptions in that name would' be null
FATAL ACCIDENT.-A Y oung 11 „
stantly Killed —A very sad accident oc
curred about three miles from Greencas
tle, on the Williamsport road, last Sun
day afternoon. The facts as given to us
are about as follows : Major John Rowe
and Mr. Henry Prather, of Greensastle,
were driving quietly along, about 4 o'clock,
when a young man by the name of Har
tle and Charles Cunningham, who were
riding behind them on horseback, tried p)
,pass them, Mr. Hartle turning his 'horse
to the right of the road, and Mr. Cunnin
gham his to the left. Mr. Hartle passed
by safely, but for some reason which has
not been discovered, Mr. Cunningham's
horse became unmanageable, and instead
of passing by Major Rowe's carriage, dash
ed with great force against the vehicle in
the rear, breaking it into peices and throw
ing the Occupants some distance forward
on the ground. Major Rowe fortunately
escaped without sustaining' any serious in
juries, but Mr. Prather was severly but
not dangerously bruised in various por
tions of his body. Major Rowe, on gain
ing his feet, went to the remains of his cas
riage, where he found his horse standing,
trembling as in great fear, and Mr. Cun
ningham and his horse lying on the ground.
He at once approached them and found that
Mr. Cunningham had been instantly killed,
though his horse was not much injured.—
Mr. Cunningham was a young man of a
bout 21 years of age and was held in high
esteem by all who knew him. His -bereav
ed parents and friends have the sympathy
of the entire community.—Depository
LECITIIF ON SCRIPTURE HISTORY.-
The Rev. Henry Miller will deliver a lec
ture on Scripture History in the Town
Hall, this evening, illustrating the same
by the use of illuminated pictures, which
are highly entertaining and instructive,
to both old and young. The public in
vited to attend. Lecture free. The same
Rev. gentleman will also deliver on Fri
day evening a free "Temperance Lecture"
illustrating the subject by the use of a
These illustrations were recommended
by a State Temperance Convention. All
persons arc invited to attend. At the
close of each . lecture a collection will be
taken for the hpeilt of the Lecturer.
R. R. Commu.7ICITION.—A very in
teresting and therefore very important
communication upon the Railroad ques
tion will appear in our next issue. It
turned up . .on' Wednesday morning, too
late, we regret, for this week. We ask
for it an earnest, attentive perusal upon
the part of all interested in this vitally
important question. It is from the pen
of a gentleman, of much experience in rail
road matters, and who, we feel confident,
would not willfully put before the public
false representations in regard to the
question of a railroad or any Other pub
DISORDERLY.—There was an unusual
amount disorder upon our streets on Sat
urday evening last. WC understand a,
piece of brick bat was thrown into the
Ten-pin Alley by some scape grace, by
which a young man from Middleburg
was struck on the face and severely cut
As the town has provided a Lock-up for
the accommodation of disturbers of the
peace, our officers instead of retiring
should be on the alert for such offenders,
especially on Saturday . , evenings. Lodg
ing a few these characters in the Lock-up
over night would soon abate the nuisance.
SgERIFF B.ll,ll l .—The Bowden House
in this place ,is advertised to be sold by
the Sheriff, in Chambersburg, on the 20th
inst. Also the frame Muse and lot of
ground adjoining our Borough, belong
to David J. giehelberger.
nai.Prof. John A. Light made his 118th
balloon ascension from Hanover on Wed
nesday a week, landing near Oxford in
Chester county. The Spectator sari the
distance traversed by the baliQon in three
hours Was about 100 rat*.
Ts- , !-•- •
DAMAGE CLAIII9.--Vhe COMIXI.4BiOII
- Messrs. Douglas &Garver, according
to announcement, arrived in ,this place
on Monday, and have-since been engaged
in examining the, claims of those who sus-.
tained : losses during , the Rebellion.—
Claimants from the following sections are
yet to be heard. That part of Washing
ton 'township east of the public road lead
ing from , Quincy through Waynesboro'
to the Maryland line, tc-lay October sth.
That part of Washington township west
of said , road, Friday, October 6th, and
for the Borough of Waynesboro', on Sat
urday, October 7th. Claimants missed
during the week on the special day set
for them can be heard here on Saturday.
Coin.—The following is a list of Ju
rors from Washington and Quincy town
ships for Court, commencing at Chambers
burg on the 23d inst :
Grand Jurors.—Mathew Gordon,,Dan
iel Knepper, Geo. Smith. Traverse Ju
rors.—James McCauley, Daniel Mickly,
Henry Oaks, John Pentz, John Wishart,
Jos. H. Crebs, Abrm.• Frantz, John Funk,
of IL, Henry . Good, John Hemminger,
Robert McCleary, Joseph Sollenberger,
Geo. Stoler, Isaac Shockey, Daniel Stoops,
Henry X. Stoner, H. E. Wertz, John
Cttunca huntovEmrszs.—The Ger
man Baptists who some time since pur
chased the Union Church property in this
place, have recently added much to the
appearance of the edifice by painting, etc.
The location for a church is one of the
finest in town, and with the recent im
provements our Baptist friends have an
attractive and comfortable house in which
m.Philadelphia will have at least one
woman voter at the next election. Miss
Carrie L. Burnham, has been registered
and assessed as a voter.
jThe Board of Regents o Mercers
burg College have elected Rev.
bee, D. D., President instead, of Rev. T.
G. O. Apple D. D., resigned.
SOLD.—The house and lot, on Church
Street, the - property Of MA. C. Diireader
fer, dec'd, was sold on the 29th ult., for
the sum of $BB4. Purchaser, Mrs. Sallie
gm.. Geo: 0. Evans, special agent, who
is charged with having defrauded thin
State out of $291,469, which he retained
as commission on disallowed and suspen
ded claims against the General Govern
ment, was arrested in New York on Fri
day night last, on a requisition from Gov
ernor Geary. On Saturday morning, hav
ing sued out a writ of heabeas corpus, he
was brought before Judge McCunn, and
his release demanded by counsel on the
ground that the ressolution of the Penn
sylvania Legislature authorizing his ap
pointment as a Special Agent provided
that his commissions should not be "more
than ten per cent." The amount he had
retained was just ten per • cent, on the
sum which he claims to have collected, to
which he contends he is entitled. Judge
McCunn reserved his decision until Mon
day morning. He clabAs to have collmt-,
ed nearly $3,000, 000, whilst the State
Treasurer makes 4600,000.
AD — There are two absolutely conflict
ing stories afloat in refrence to the health
of Queen Victoria. One is to the effect
that she is' much worse and that the
Prince of Wales has been summoned to
Balmoral, her seat in the 'Highlands, in
all haste and has been accompanied by
Mr. Glandstone : the other and more
probable accounts is that she is much
better and her son and the Premier go to
set her upon some business errand. The
fact that her remaining children have not
been summoned to her side confirms the
latter view, but there is still much room
for apprehension' that her death is an e•
vent not far distant.
MEETTED DISTINCTION.—Th o Wel 1-
known Gorton Junction, on' the great
throughfare of the Northern Lines to Bos
ton, has ceased to be. With a large and
increasing population, proud as well as
prosperous, its citizens, in mass meeting
assembled, have voted to change the name
of their town to "AVER"—after one of the
best known men in America, Dr. J. C.
AVER, of Lowell—and the Legislature of
Massachusetts has enacted that decision
into law. We commend their choice, for
not only is the name short and distinct
ive, but Dr. AYER'S medicines have made
it greatfully known to the ends of the
earth Probably no living man has car
ried relief to such countless multitudes of
the sick as he, and this high honor, from
his neighbors, tells the estimation in which
he is held by those who know' im.—Bris
ve,..The Secretary of the Treasurery has
given instructions at New York, to pur
chase $2,000,000 of bonds each Wednes
day and to sear $2,000,000, of gold on
each Thursday during the present month.
fie-The Peach bottom Railroad_will sure
ly be built, says a' YOrk paper. The ne
cessary finds can, and will, before, long
HDE'S' AND LEATHER!,
THE subscriber will pay the highest mar
ket prices for Hides delivered at his
Tannery, in Quincy, or at the Hardware
Store of S. B Rinehart, in Waynesboro',
where a supply of his leather will be kept
Sept 28-tf JOHN T.STULL.
2000 Bushels Clover Seed wanted,
ELDEN, ETOVE.P. e, WOLFF.
tea-Good baking apples at -Reid's.
im.Fresh arrivals'of Fall goods every
day, Caldwell' & Co's.
-Latest styles of Dress Goods tt
Caldwell it Co's.
IS-Opera Flannels, 50 ets. and upwards,
at Caldwell & Co's.
Wl...Bargains in Blankets at
Caldwell & Co's.
'Wool Flannels, 25 cts. up, at
Caldwell & Co's.
SW - Heavy Standard Ituslins for 121
cts. at Caldwell & Co's.
Zeir Calicos, warranted fast colors, for
10 cts. at Caldwell & Co's.
Shawls ! Shawls I ! Shawls !! at
' Caldwell & Co's.
E'Coat's and Clarke's genuine Cotton,
only 6 ct 2. a spool, at Caldwell Co's.
]?oR SALE-A Morning Glory Stove,
large size, nearly new. Enquire of the
NoTtcr.—Persons indebted to tl. K. Bran
isholts for Dental work will greatly ob
bilge him by calling and settling their ac
t57)...A.t a meeting of the Town Council
the following resolution was passed :
Resolved, That the time for receiving
sealed proposals for,the grading and pike
ing of South street be extended until the
Profile and specifications can be seen
at the Council Room.
J. B. HAMILTON',
le — Buy your 'goods of an established
house is the watch word of the public, and
to this end we would -direct you to the
o _ eliablc firm of Pnica & HOEFLICEI,
o have just opened one of the largest
and choicest assortments of goods ever
brought to Waynesboro', which they are
going jo sell at prices to suit all.
Advertisement next week.
GoNE.—Not where the woodbine twin
cth, but gone where articles are made,
gone to the fountain head, gone to the
man ufacturer and importer where they can
buy from first hands at factory prices,
gone to save for their customers two prof
its and thereby help to nerich their pa
trons, gone to buy a stock of materials to
manufacture Hats, Gloves and furs, gone
to buy from the producer,-astockofShirts,
Collars, Cuffs, Ties, Cravats, Stockings,
Handkerchiefs., Suspenders, Canes, Um
brellas, Pocketbooks, Travelling bags, La.
dies Satchels, Horse, Buggy and Sleigh
Spreads, Buffalo Robes, &c., TJpdegrall
has gone to the eastern cities and will
have their second fall opening on Satur
day, September 30th at their hat, Glove
and Fur Factory. Opposite Washington.
P. S.—On Tuesday 2nd of October
they will open the')Vinter styles of La
dies Furs, Australian Sacques'Fur Trim
mings &c. &c.
NERVOUS DISEASE.-HOW many thous
ands of the most refined ladies of the land
are slaves to 'nervous diseasscs in various
forms—trembling,-twitching, and jerking
of the nerves, headache, hysterics, sudden
outbursts of temper on trival occasions,
peevishness, a feeling of desperation, des
pondency, or fear, Sec. In any unhealthy
condition of the neryous system, Briggs'
Allevantor has absolute control over the
nerves, creating a radical change and pos
itive cure. Sold by F. FounTultio.: and
PlLEs.—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
ted decription. You cannot walk with any
comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you can
not sit with case, and the suffering when
attending to nature is almost unbearable;
and causes such feeling of dread that is
put off at great sacrifice to health and com
fort, in many instances increasing the diffi
cultyto an alarm'g extent. Use Dr. Briggs'
Pile Remedies accord'g to directions to cure
internal, external, itchingorbleedingpiles.
They aro mild and reliable, and warran
ted as represented.
Sold by Druggists.
gex.Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails
and their attendant ills, have been, in years
gone by, and will be in years to come, a
sourse of much discomfort and unhappi
ness to those who are annoyed with them.
By persistent efforts and untiring perse
verance, Dr. J. Briggs gaye the suffering
humanity his remedies—Alleviator and
Curative. The popularity which they have
gained, and the entire satisfaction derived
from their use,
is well known and can be
attested by all classes who have suffered
with Corns, Bunions, IngrOwing Nails,Chil
blains, Frosted or Blistered Feet, eze.-•
• Sold by druggists.
- 111.A..8R1A.0 - MS.
On tho 2e;th ult. by the. Rev. W. T.
Lower, M. SAMUEL SoLt f ENIIERGER, to
Miss CATIJAHINE iNION.N, both of this
On the same day by the same, Mr. S.
M BAKER tO• Miss CA.THAIUNg COVER,
both of this econty
On the 28th ult., by the same, Mr. HI
RAM BIXLER, to Miss SARAII SNIVELY,
both of this county.
SD .A2I II S..
Near St. Thomas, on Wednsday,the 27th
ult., Mrs. ANNABELLA J., wife of Mr.
Thomas Gillen, in the 54th year of her
At the .Marsh Run on the 12th ult.,
LAURA VIRINNIA, infant daughter of
Philip and Mary C. Weisner, aged 2
months and 21 days.
But we have partsd Laura, thou art dead,
On your last resting place I laid thy head,
Then by thy coffinside kneltdown and took
A mothers farewell kiss and farewell look.
Tho - 4.• nt„ri;fe ii [+s rc-turried
Prima those veiled orbsnoglanee responsive
b=a l d,
Alt ! then I felt thou hadst posed away, •
That the sweet face I gazed on was but clay.
But - not forever in the silent tomb,'
Where thou art laid thy kindred shall find
A little while, a few short years of pain,
And.one by one we'll come to thee again.
The kind father shall seek out the place
And rest with thee, the youngest of his race
The dear, dear mother bent with sorrow and
Wall lay her head by thine in sweet relief,
Sisters and brothers and that . faithful . friend
True from the first and tender to the end.
A. E. B.
POTATOES • 75
HARD SOAP 5
PEZLADELPHIA, Oct. 2
FLOUR.—The inquiry for flour con
tinues lively both for shipment and home
consumption, and the late advances is well
sustained ; about 1,200 barrels changed
hands, embracin superfine at $5,25@5,75,
extras at ' $6,00 6,25, Wisconsin extra
family at 87,25 d 7.50, Minnesota do. do.
at $7,75@8, Pennsylvania do. do. at $7-
@7,50, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at $6,75
W,50, and St. Louis do. do. at $7,50@8,-
GRAIN.—The demand for wheat con
tinues lively, and we continue Saturday's
quotations; sales of 2,000 bushels Penn
sylvania and western red at $1,60@1,55,
400 -bushels Michigan amber at $1,65@1,
70, and 1,200 bushels do. white at 1,75.
Rye may be quoted at 95e. Corn is in
demand, and has again advancedi-salesof
3,000 bushels, at 85c-for yellow and B.l@
83c for western mixed. Oats are held
with more confidence; 4,000 bushels mix
ed and white sold 49@50e. In barley we
notice sales of 1,200 bushels Western at
VALUABLE FARM AND MOTIN
TAIN LAND AT PUBLIC SALE
The subscriber will offer at Public Sale on
the premises at 10 o'clock, on
Saturday, the 28th of October, 1871,
his Farm and Mountain Land, situated 2
miles South east of Ringgold and the same
distance North East from Smithburg, Wash
ington Co., Md.. and on the line of the
Western Maryland Rail Road. This land
will be sold in different parcels, as follows,
No. 1 —ls a farm containing 110 A
CRES, more or less 20 Acres of which is in
Timber principally heavy white oak, black
walnut, -&c. Improved by a comfortable
• Log Dwelling, a fine Bank Barn
with Graneries, a new Wagon Shed with
Crib, and a large Hog Pen attached. There
are also a Blacksmith Shop, Smoke House,
&c. There is a well of never failing water
at the door with pump and a constant stream
of running water passing the buildings
through the house and barn-yards, and
through the entire length of the farm. Stock
can have access to water from every field on
the place. This cannot be' surpassed as a
stock and grain farm. •It is laid off in ten
fields and under good fencing. There are
Three Oichards on the place,
containiug over 1100 Fruit Trees, principA
ly Apple and Peach, all in a thriving condi
tion. This farm 'lies convenient to Churches,
Schools, near neighbors, &c. The Build
ings are ono fourth of a mile from the Wek-
an Md., R. R
No. 2 —ls a field containing 14 Acres
more or les6 and in a good state of cultiva
tion. This field is separated from No. 1, by
a private road.
The Mountain Land is some of the hest
on the South Mountain heavily set with
chestnut, rock oak, &c., easy of access, lying
on the first rise of the South Mountain and
being the first timber on the Railroad after
leaving Smithbtirg going East. This will be
sold in lots, all of which front on the .1261-
road with the exception of two. The lots
are laid off as follows :
'No. 1 contains 4 Acres and 109 Perches.
" 2 " 4 " " 137
44 3 a 4 14 44. 99 a
"4"5" " 10 "
14 b 14 5 .44 l3 11
6 . el 5 14 It 61 It
14 7 4, 5 41 It 23 4,
44 8 it 5 11 t, 15 14
41" 0 It 4 14 • It 132 It
"lo " 4 " " 135
"11 " 4 " u 102 "
a l2 a 4 a 4, 89 4,
"13 4, 5 it 168 41
"14 ". 14 " " 00 "
"15 " 9 " " 124 "
„16 a 7 11 It 86 41
TERMS OF SALE, on farm No. 1, and
field No. 2, are one-third of the puehase
money to be paid on the first day of April
1872, balance an I and 2 yeers from date of
sale, purchaser to give notes with approved
security for deferred payment bearing in
terest from April Ist, 1872, when po%ession
will be given. On payment of the whole
purchase money a good and sufficient deed
will be given clear of all incumbrances.
Growing crops to be reserved with the
privilege of cutting, gathering, and thresh
ing the same on the farm.
TERMS of the Mountain land are :—One
third to be paid on the first day of April,
1872, the balance in one year from date of
sale purchaser giving notes with approved
security bearing interest from day of sale.—
On payment of the whole purchase money
good and sufficient deed will be executed
clear of all encumbrance Possession, given
Persons wishing to view the lands previ
ous to day of sale can call on the subscrib
er living on the farm No. 1. A • plat of the
mountain land can be seen on appplication
to the undersigned.
CHAS. A. STOUFFER.
Oct s—ts JOSEPH BOWARD, Auct.
Dissrlution of Partnership.
rnHE Partnership heretofore existing be
tween Hiteshow Gehr is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.' The business
will hereafter be conducted by John H.
Gehr at the cross roads in Himmel& Md.
• CHARLES HIPESHEW,
Sept 15 1671 JOHN H. GEHR.
THE books of the late firm of Hite
shew & Gehr are in my
. bands for col
lection. All persons knowing themselves
indebted are requested - to call and settle as
the business must be closed up.
Sept 21-tf CHARLES HITESHEW.
A large lot just received by
~1. La. Jlj il .\~lv:.
VALUABLE REEL ESTATE!
rrgHE undersigned, Agents for the heirs of
_I Joseph Garver, dee'd.. will offer at Pub
lic Sale. at the Court House, in Hagerstown,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1871,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.. the following tracts of
NO. I.—THE MANSION FARM
Situated about li miles South east of Ring
gold, Washington County, Md., adjoining
the lands of John Welty, Daniel Rowe,
Jacob Stouffer and dthcre
266 ACRES and 120 PERCHES,
70 ACRES of which are in Timber. some of
the finest Chestnut in the County. The im
provements consist of a
Large and Convenient Two Story
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
containing 9 Rooms and Kitchen ;
ONE TENANT. HOUSE, -
Bank Barn, 90 feet long, Wagon Shed,
HOG PEN, CIDER PRESS with SHED, 'WASH
and all other necessary out buildings, a
ORCHARD OF CHOICE FRUIT,
a never failing well of water near the house,
and a Cistern near the kitchen door, a con-
stantsffe - arn rnns through one end of the
farm. All of the above buildings are in
good repair the roofing nearly new the
Dwelling covered with slate. The above
farm is not surpassed in fertility and produc
tiveness,is pleasantly situated and in view
of the early completion of the Western Md..
Rail Road o.nd the prOximity of this proper
ty-to it makes it one-of-the -most- desirable
farnis in the county.
NO 2-Situated on tilt' road leading from
Smithburg to Waynesboro', about 1 k miles
from-the-former pincp ndj.• . . •
Rev: Jos. F. Rohrer, iliathias Hoffman and
28 ACRES AND 29 PERCHES,
of the best quality of land, all clean and in
a high state of cultivation improved with a
'TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
containing 8 Rooms and Kitchen ;
Large Barn, Spring, Smoke end Bake,
House, Wood She.l, Hog Pen, with Corn
House, an ORCHARD of CHOICE FRUIT,
and a never failing spring of exoellent water
near the house. 'Phi's property being Mnic
ted within one mile of the Western Md. R.
R. in a beautiful and healthy neighborhood
renders it desirable as a privy • residence.
NO. 3—MILL ANDFAR . M .
Sanded near NO. 2, adjoining the lands of
Daniel Baer, F. M. Stouffer and others, con
43 ACRES AND 91 PERCHES,
of best quality of limestone land. Also a
fine meadow improved with a comfortable
LOG DWEL4ING HOUSE, -
New Bank Barn, Smoke and Spring
House, liog Pen, anti other buildings. Also
an ORCHARD of GOOD FRUIT and spring
near the house. The Mill is a substantial
with 17 feet overshot Wheel. TWO RUN
OF BURS with all the latest improved ma
chinery necessary for a complete Flouring
Mill, and is situated in a good neighbor
hood for custom and home trade. These
Farms are all well fenced, the greater por
tion Loqust post and Chestnut, and lie con
venient to Churches of all denominations,
School-houses, Stores, &c.
NO. 4.—MOUNTAIN LAND
Containing 44 Acres and 80 Perches,
well set with Chestnut and Oak Timber
within a few rods of the 'Western Md. R. R.
adjoining the hinds of Jacob Shockey's heirs
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid on the first day of
April, 1872, and the remainder in two equal
annual payments, the purchaser to give note
with approved ,security, bearing interest
from day of sale, and on payment of the
whole purchase money a good and sufficient
deed will be executed,
' The growing crops reserved with the pri
vilege of cutting and threshing the same on
the lands. Posession given on the Ist day
of April. 1872.
Persons wishing further information will
address JOHN W. GARVER, Hagerstown,
Md., DANIEL H. GARVER, Waynesboro',
Pa., or JOSEPH GARVER • residing on No.
2. JOHN W. GARVER,
DANIEL 11. GARVER,
Ages for the Heirs.
Sept 28-ts SHECKLES, Auct.
UM UM FOR, SALE!
Fr HE undersigned, as agents for the heirs
1 of George Wiles deed., will offer at pub
lic sale, on the premises , at 10 o'clock, on
Thursday the 12th day of October next, the
Home Farm of the deceased, containing
tying about 11 mires South of Waynesboro'
Franklin County • Pa,..on the turnpike lead
ing to Hagerstown, improved by a. large
BRICK DWELLING ROUSE
a large SIVISSER BARN built of brick
from the ground to the top, 82 feet long
and floors 52 feet long; smoke, wash-house,
wagon-sbed, a. large hay-shed, blacksmith
shop and other necessary buildings allnear
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 neverfailing
water near the door,
.a running stream
through the meadow with lane runnim to
it for stock. The farm is fenced off into nine
'fields with post fencing—the land is clear
of rock, and about 12 acres covered with
excellent timber. This •is considered one
of the most valuable farms in the county
now offered for sale. Possession will be
given on the first day of April next.
At the same time will also be offered a
bout 67 acres of
CHESTNUT TIMBER LAND IN 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 •
One-third of the purchase money is to
remain in the land, the interest to be paid
annually to Rachel Wiles, widowonow, 138
years old, during her life, and after her
death the principal to the heirs, one-half
of the residue on the day possession is to be
Liven and the balance in one year from
that date with interest
D. H. WILES,
September G.V. Moxo, Auct.
SHAD AND HERRING.—Mess. Shad and
QPotoniae Herring in bbls. for sale by
CALDtVELL & CO.,
,C4LDNVELL & CO.,
CALDtEZL & CO.,
HAGERSZO TM; 3rD,
or The Million.
out for New Arrivals of
l y Thing Handsome,
Every Thing Ness
ent., under regular prices.
ALICOES, at 10e. yard.
.ar s ottou, Cc. Spool.
ciper than tilt cheapest:
can get t
!antler money by paying tw(
lur goods. Buy only where yot
vorth of your money. Go to
DWELL & CO.,
I Elf,' SILLI
On, 114 1
J. cob C
'AY 9th day of OCTOBER,
rsigned, administrators of Ja
ugh, dce'd. will sell by way of
on the premise=, on Monday,
tjie following.Traets of Land,
l'asliington township : Ist,
LIN lON FAIN,
on the ro
:le Southwest of Waynesboro'
eadin. from Waynesboro' 'to
and aqljoining Grdye
of first q
ce tient n i
silt of a 1
- Limestone Land, in an ex
orhood, convenient to•Chnr
-I'ols. The improvements_ con
Wash and Spring Hou'se,
, e and Bake'oven, new, and
in good r.
nen - rite
ing by th.
n said to
or less, w
can call el
N, STONE AND FRAME
; new Wagon shed and Hog
I is well watered having a
leep, a never failing stream
and the Antietam creek now
' -yard; to which stock can
om all the fields. There is a
dof CHOICE FRUIT on the
caring condition. Also a tract
containing 33 acres, more
t with thriving chestnut and
adjoining lands ofJohn Bench
rs, about } of a mile from
'use, the turnpike running
of the lot.
'hing to view the farm or lot
her of the administors, ode of
on the farm. Sale to corn
'clock on said day when the
G. V. Mong, Ana
IL on t .
day of Oc
'tier will offer at Public Sale,
mises, on Wednesday the 11th
1871, a, Tract of best quality
more or I
uated al , l
castle To ,
or 4 acres of which are well
;lig timber. This land is sit
die Waynesboro' and Green
le, about midway between the
.4(1 joins the lands with Sam
us and others. The Marsh
lough the meadow. .ersons
w the land before the day of
on the subscriber. Sale to
2 o'clock. I'. M. on said day,
s will be made known by
hove tract will be divided 'or !,
GE°. V. MoNcL,Auct
_ _ _
ly oppo t
clock, oi (
iv isA LE.
ignetl will sell at Public Salo
once In Waynesboro', near
o Reformed Church, at 1 o'-
?ay ,the 13th day of October, '7l
2) o ca s ;
Ind Kitchen furniture, a lot
a small lot coal, 1 , wheel
m tree, 1 work bench, garden
wel, barrelsopade, fork and
lot necessary to mention.
ame time and place his
rak hop ,
E AND LOT
if not s.
for a snal
shade tr c i
at 1 o'cl
vately before that time, will.
Public Sale, This proparty iK
ated nearly opposite the new
rcb, and is a desirable one
ally. There are a number 'of
fait trees,grape ?Ines and
the lot. Salo will commence
said day when the terms will
J. F. BOULT.
time and place will be sold'
e, 1 Bedstead, 1 Table, Cludr3
ing chair, 28tands,
n and Earthen ware.
tie. A 1
r . ER GOODS.
. G. STOVER has received
y of Fall and Winter ..11111-
le latest style. Ladies are
• d examine her assortment.
to S. B. Rinehart's-Store.
it notifies the public that all
fter found frequenting his
ng fruit therefrom will bo
,cc with the law.
dealt in a