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Maknesifirif Village 'guard.
Thursday, October 20,11
-Plums FOP, ssti,—►We still h!►pe for,
sale the Washington Press upon which the
Recoad. was printed previous to itS enlarge
..The end of the world is now defi
nitely fixed for 1886.
Jeff, Davis is going to live .10. Bal
Wirltormoodom has sent $50,000 -to
the relief of Chicago.
wig-Harrisburg dieted a colored con
stable on Tuesday a week. •
Se-Baltimore has ccintribuW the.mu,
ailment sum of $260;000 for the relief of
The Seeretatry of War telegraphs
' Gen. Sheridan to assist, the Wisconsin and
Mich ! . sufferers b s pplying tents, &,c
1%...j0hn Wesley, the founder of Me
thoclimxi, said African slavery was the
"sum of all villianies."
risbarg, on Wednesday last, Pepper was
thrown in his eyes and the satchel coatain
M'2-The-Preabyteriari preacher at De
vers, a member of the church, has been
found guilty thereof, and sentenced to
twenty years in the 'penitentiary.'
le—The Government officers, in laves
tigating the Ku=Klux in the South, and
collecting secret movements against the
organization so effective, discovered that
in many places the agents of the Associa
ted Press and the telegraph operators were
members of the Rhine. This will account
tOr the meagernms and misrepresentation
of the general Press despatches from those
places where the habeas corpus is suspen
ded, 6. •
In—The legal war against the great
crime .of Mormonism has ended success
fully in the test case. This was the trial
of Hawkins, a leading Elder of the Church,
for adultery in practicing polygamy. The
prosecution was brought by his first
-4- fe, and the verdict a
verdict of guilty, given in
the United States Court at Salt Lake Ci
ty on Saturday, places all the polygamists
at the mercy of the women to whom
they were legally married. Hawkins was
held as a prisoner,
re—President Grant is going for the
Ku-Klux in South. Carolina in earnest—
On Wednesday of last week a den, con
sisting of alcbief and twenty members,
surrendered to,T. S. Marshall; Johnson;
at Spartanburg, in that State, with their
arms and L disguises. Another account
says a fight.between the soldiers and. Ku-
Klux took place on , Broad,River, and
the conflict was so severe that reinforce
ments were called for. At" Alter place
it is said forty-four citiacas w ~arrested
and committed to prison;
terA large number of. fire insurance
companies have failed, unable to meet
their losses, but it is estimated that be
tween forty and fifty millions of dollars
will be returned to the Chicagoians by
the fire insurance Companies. It is esti
mated. that 70,000 persons will have to'
be provided for the coming winter, and
contributions of clothing. and provisions
are therefore Asked for by the Mayor.—
Thousands of laborers are 'employed in
. cleaning. up the debiis preparatory to re
building, the destroyed house. It is said
that all the reoords of 'deeds and mort
gage are destroyed, that hardly a law li
brary or law office is left in the city, not
a paper to show that their is a suit pend
ing in any of the Courts, and not a single
indictment left against any accused person
in the counts,
TERRIBLE SUFFERING.—PIIOBIIO COB
. sins, in a letter to the St. Louis Republi
can, gives the following graphic picture of
suffering during the great Chicago fire :
"Then the sick and dying, women in
confinement, many giving •birth 'to chil
dren along the bleak shores of Lake Mich
igan, and no eye save God's to witness,—
I am told by the physicianshere that as
many as five hundred cases of premature
birth have been reported, and the many
helpless mothers who gave birth to chil
dren along flit; lalte can be numbered by
scores. I can only weep as I hear this ter
rible tale, One, told me last night, is al
so too much furliumatt heart to bear,—
The daughter-in-law of a clergyman here
gave birth to a child in the flight along
the shore, and was separated from the fam
ily, and neither mother nor child lave
been found, Another—a lady in the Sher
man House—was carried out in the ,arms
of her husband, the new born babe elasp•
ed to her breasr,and both died in the fath
er's arms before reaching a place of safe
ty. The poor man, crazed with grief, was
'last seen along the shore of the lake, with
his dead across his shoulder. Again I
,beared of a fine looking womanin a night
dress being seen wandering along the lake
shore with twin babes, all of whom have
,died without recognition; and been hutted
,by the city. • Tbcse are but a feyr among
•the .irianyawfirl horrors 'of the night.. The
people; of Chicago are well' night bereft of
,reason, end I am .only surprised_that they
.can think and ;en With any '•intelli:eence
TEE GREAT Pinra—The Door Coun
ty, (Wisconsin) Advocate, gives a full- se
count of the loss of life and property, by
the great,fires in that county. Up to the
1414 of October 8 fires bed been raging
through the towns of Brussels ; Union;
Gardener, I lle, Chiybank, Nese);
inupee; Sturgeon Bay and- Sebastopol,
burning fences and timber, but leaving
the houses untouched.
At nine r. 34:Sunday, a tornado of fire
swept down from the southwest, begin
ning at the Belgian settlement, at Brus
sels, sweeping through the towns of Union
and - Gardener, the western . part of Sebes
tOpol, and down the east side of the bay,
consuming every building in its path. At
Williainion!s mill everythiag was burned
and ..the most. deitriction of. human life
ensued. Out of.eighty - Persons at the mill,
fifty-Seven were burned to death.. The few
survivors tell . horrible tales of the scene.
After, the fire forty-fivelodies were found
in a potato patc, in the Centre ,of the
clearing, and others were found scattered
m various p aces; some in we s. k' any
were disfigured in a terrible manner, in
some cases beyond recognition.
This great destruction was the work•of
but fifteen minutes, and was effected by
the same tornadoOW - burned Pislitego
mil tux/II =rump" mpucepweriFi
loss of life is reported in other plaom.—
Twenty-two were bulled at Tirnssels.—
in the line of the fire, Efforts for relief
are not spared here, or anywhere in the
State, and donations from abroad are ar=
riving to make comfortable those who sur,
viv. Contributions of money may be
sent to Alexander Mitehen,President of
-the Milwaukee-Marine and ,F-ire-Insurance
-1 son Ludington, Mayor of Milwaukee.
THE WESTERN SUFFERERS.—On the
18th the New York Chamber. of Com
merce adopted a memorial to the Presi
dent, appealing to him to aid in provid
ing food• and clothing for the sufferers by
fire in Michigan, Wisconsin, &c., and ex
pressing the conviction that Congress
will approve the measure which necess
ity cleniands. In noticing this 'memorial
the Pittsburg Chronicle says : "These
memorial words touch a grand key. It
is right now that the nation vouchsafe
aid to her suffering children. She has
facilities to do it that a
will be delinquent if she do not. It will
be a benediction to see her foster the
thousands of houseless and homeless ones
of Wisconsin and Michigan. Our hearts
prompts us to ask the President to an
swer this memorial promptly and cheer
fully. The need is pressing. Winter
drops its bleak shadow already at the
door. The sharp winds whistle doleful
ly in the naked trees. The cry for help
for shelter, food, raiment—is more than
the people can answer. 10 ! it will be
Christ like for the "Nation to - go up into
the desolate districts and become a 'nurs
ing mother' to the weary and poor and
DEATH IN A DENTIST'S, CHAIR.-7,MiSS
Julia W. Doolittle, aged 31 years, of
Hudson, near Fulton avenue, Brooklyn
called at . R. C. Brewster's dental establish
ment, at 303 Fulton street, in that city
yesterday taming to have a number of
teeth extracted preparatory to getting a
false set. She had been there on the
Saturday previous, and said that she
would be unable to submit to the opera
tion without taking laughing gas or chlo
roform, but the dentist hesitated about
administering chloroform. He finally
administered laughing gas, but it did not
have the desired effect. She wanted to
take chloroform then, but Mr. Brewster
refuse '1 to use it. He told her, however,
that if she wished to take it she must
bring a physician to the-office to adminis
ter it to her.
An engagement was accordingly made
for yesterday morning at 9 1 4 o'clock,
and at the time Miss Doolittle called at
the office and met Dr. G. S. Little, ofl7l
Darlton avenue,ene of the most experienc
ed physician in the city. The doctor ask
ed Miss Doolittle whether she was perfect
ly healthy; and she said that she was, but
that she had once had slight palpitation
of the heart, which she did not view as
anything serious. •
Dr.Littlethen administeredfour - hms
of chloroform to hex in the p nee
of Mr. Brewster and his assistant, J. .
Eggleston, who were in readiness to ex
tract the teeth. After the latter had drawn
ten teeth, the doctor suddenly announced
that the woman's pulse was becoming
weak, and that she was sinking rapidly.
They became alarmed and began to ap
ply restoratives, but without effect. Sev
eral other physicians were suminond, and
a galvanic battery was used for more than
an hour, but all efforts to revive the wo
man failed, and she died.
Dr. Little was shocked at the fatal re
sult of the operation. He said that Miss
Doolittle had called at his office on Sat
urday, and made an appointment with
him to go to Mr, Brewster's office yester
day morning. He met her there, and
administered four drachms of chloroform
on a napkin when she was wader the in
fluence of the drug the dentist began to
extract her teeth. The doctor finding
her pulse growing weak, began to apply
restoratives, but without effect. JEte had
known Miss Doolittle about a month. or
six, weeks only. She was a native of
Connectinut, and had lived in Brooklyn
ten or twelve years. She was employed
in Despard's sewing machine establish
inent in Fulton street at a good salary,
and was.afimtrclase operator.
The body was taken to The residence of
a brother*in-loaw ? Portland and myrtle
avenues, and corner Jones inapanelled a
kYork ir)? PraParatorY to as inquestp -- New
've„..ltolge laraban3 is defeated for Pres.
Went Judge in .tbe Cumberland, Perry
nod Juniati district, by Hon. B. F. Jun
bin. (Rep.) of Perry. Thee latter's offi
cial majority it , IS.
furor. z.n4' : - 4';#.11 Al r it-,;
vel.Don't atop your team on the street
se- Th anksgiving day in coming. No
gobbler in the coop. •
v.Judge Hall's majority in this dis
trict is put dow,n ,at‘ 376., . , ,
ZoirSee sale . of personal property by.
Mr. J. Motz of Ringgold.
Ur 'See sale of personal property by
John G. Grumbine,
vta.The P. and A. Tel. Coin Piny have
opened a branch office at the Bowden
House in this pleas. •
..Our friend Ertiekbill is taking pic
tures that surpass city .work. Give hint
a call at once.
Moorman LAND.—Rev. D. Holsing
er offers for sale in to-day's paper several
valuable mountain land.
Se - Attention is directed to the advt.
of Messrs. J. B. Crowell & Co., dealers in
lumber and other building material, at
vm,Dr. A. H. Strickler, administrator
of Gee, Besore, dec'd, offers for sale a col
lection of valuable personal property. See
Rev. Mr. Richardson of Big Spring,
Cumberland County, has received . a call
to become the pastor of the Presbyterian
Church in Greencastle.
FARM Sou:l.—The Oaks farm near
this place, containing 100 acres and 60
perches, was sold on Monday last by the
assignees, Messrs, Amberson &Harbaugh,
far the sum of N 1,700, rurchaser, Sam
SoLD.—The house and lot on Leiters,
burg street, belonging to the heirs of Da
vid Unger, dee'd, was sold at pupie Sale
on the 18th inst., for the sum of $B5O.
Purchaser, Mr. James P. Lowell,
EXTENSIVE SALES.—The sale of valua
ble real estate in Washington county,
Md., by Chas. A. Stouffer, .comes off on
Saturday next, the 28th, and that of
John W. and Daniel H. Garver, on Tucs
da of next week •c'
Rennoa.b MEEITSG.—A Railroad
meeting will be held in Monn's Hall, in
Quincy, on to-morrow (Friday) evening,
which will be addressed by several speak
ers. The folks seem determined to leave
nothing undone to further the extension
of the Miramar road. Citizens of our
town and township are cordially invited
te.attend the meeting.
W"The Waynesboio' Building Asso
ciation on Friday Iftst purchased at
Sheriff's Sale the house and lot in this
place belonging to David J. Eichelber
ger, for the sum of $675. Also Samuel
H. Brown's property for $350.
lerThe sale of the Bowden Houso
was adjourned until to-morrow (Friday)
at 1 o'clock, P. 31.
StrMr. Bokee, president of the Western
Maryland road,says that the appropriation
will be exhausted in constructing the
Owing's Mill end, and consequently there
will be no funds with which to construct
the Williamsport end.
Starßev-John S. Brmantrout, of Rea&
ing (formerly pastor of the Reformed
Church at Norriitown, and Rev, G. D,
Wolf, of Norristown, both ordained min
isters.of the Reformed church, have em
braced Romanism, having been recently
baptized by Rev. Father Balby, pastor of
the Goshenhoppen. Catholic church in
Berks county.—Jar. Tel.
BAUM" MEirraas.—Several meetings.
have recently been held in Chambersburg
and measures adopted to raise funds for
the relief of those who have suffered by
the late fires in the west. At last ac
counts the amount contributed there in
money and clothing reached $1,793,27.
The committee appointed by the citizens
appeal to the people of the county for ad
ditional supplies. In Quincy township
Rev. D. Y. Heisler, Col. Weistling, E. J.
Small and H. E. Wertz are asked to re
ceive and forward donations to Mr. Jacob
Hoke, Treasurer. The parties designat
ed for the same purpose in this place are
Rev. H. Stonehouse, W. S. Amberson,
Jos. H. Krebs and D. B. Russell.
Looxour FOR Tax*.—A dangerous
counterfeit $2O greenback note has recent
ly been put in circulation. It is said it
ie difficult to distinguish between the spur
ious bill and the genuine, so well have the
counterfeiters done, their work—the only
weak poinebeing the central figure, which
is done rather coarsely. When presented
in a package this fiugure is not likely to
be noticed in rapid counting. In order to
avoid deception from these bogus bills
the best plan is to examine carefully every
$2O greenback you handle.
Mayor Banks, of Baltimore, has been
elected President of the Western Mary
and Railroad. Salary 86,000 per annum,
and Hon..J. H. Longwell, of Carrol coun
ty, Ron. Joshua Biggs, of Frederick
county,, Isaac Motter, John Welty and
Geo. W. Harris, of Washington. county,
directors of the road.
meal' and examine the new style
'photographs taken' y Braekbill of the
•Cutracs DlmEcaTzoN.—The Robert
Rowdy Memorial Pres,byterien 'Churl*
atWelsh Run was.dedicated ,iii the ser.:.
Vice 9f Almighty qii'd on 30th ult. , .' ,: The
,offittating clergymen .were 'Bev: D,4...
Thomas Creigh , Be:v Dr.'rlibmas G.lp
ple Rev. J. G. Brown and Rev. W. R.
Thornopastor in charge. _ . ..
The church structure is neat, pretty and
comfor ' t
,its site 'On smolt
'of the ost
beautifu , be found anywhere, and is
located in 't e midst of a thickly popula
tes:l, 'wealthy, and . 11441.40 M community.
The good peOple of . Welsh Run are
largely ' indebted to the cbristian generos
ity of Elks Davidson Kenedy; Esq., -of
Philadelphia, - (who is the only surviving
son of the late Rev, Robert Kennedy, in
perpetuation of whose memory the church
was built, and who was pastor in charge
of the old Welsh Run Church for many
years) for the construction, his check cov
ering the entire indebtedness.
Mr. Kennedy was present on the oc
casion, and was'so much pleased with the
appearance of the church and the interest
manifested, that, on his arrival home, he
sent the Trustees a check to cover the ex
penses of furniture, and also presented
the - handson2e organ —Val-
.lo congregation a
sifir The gentlemen most no•ed for
wealth in New York are becomin_ some-
w conspicuous or 7 aie. William B.
Astor is . 78, A. T. Stewart 70. Vander
bilt 78, Daniel Drew 71. Peter Cooper
81, George Law 73, William Cullen Bry
ant 77, and James Gordon Bennett 75.
.Sin g er machines for sale very cheap
at BOEBNER & WAYNANT'S.
Mormv WexTED.—Persons indebted
to me are once more requested to pay up
on or before Nov. Ist. W. A. REID.
FOR SALE—A Morning Glory Stove,
large size, nearly new. Enquire of the
let-L. C. Brackbill, is agent for the
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, the
best family machine in the world.
OYSTERS OYSTERS !—The finest Oys
ters the market affords are regularly re
ceived at the Bowden House Restaurant.
. • tea served with oysters in the Hotel
dinning room. The proprietor does not
deal in second-rate articles, and therefore
expects to be able to afford satisfaction to
all who may be pleased to favor him
with their patronage. •
TUE BREW HOUSE PROPERTY.—ltessrs.
Snively & Miller, assignees of A. D. Gor
don and wife, will again offer for sale on
Wednesday the tat day of November, the
new two-story Brick Brew House and new
three-story Brick Dwelling House adjoin
ing it. The Brew House has all necess
ary improvements, including large caves,
both buildings being handsomely papered
'painted, &c- It is advantageously locat
ed for business and one of the most valu
able properties in our Borough. •
GOOD NEWS ! GOOD NEWS ! !—The first
great rush of the season being over in the
New York dry goods market, prices have
began to tumble fearfully. Caldwell
Co. being aware 6f the combination- to
force up goods to fictitions value wisely
held back, knowing such figurers could
not be maintained throughoutthe season,
many merchants rushed madly on and
bought stocks at the very highest prices,
and boasted of their early arrivals of fall
goods. There lie their goods on the shelf
to day worth 75 cents on the dollar,
while their customers have to pay for the
logs. The decline has commenced. "The
Bulls" have run the length of their rope,
and now the "Bears" are having a glorious
time. Last• week the slaughter was ter
rible, and as usual, we were on hand for
the bargains. We are now opening out
fifty cases of fine Dress Goods, Blankets,
Flannels, Cloths, Casimeres, Black and
Colored Velveteens, Winter Shawls, La
dies' and Gent's Underware, Hosiery,
Gloves, Knitted Woolen' Goods, &c., all
bought at panic prices. Caldwell & Co.,
right by the Court House, Hagerstown,
Md., and northeast corner Public Square,
Waynesboro', Pa. . 1-w.
NEnvons DISEA,E.—Row many thous
ands of the most refined ladies of the land
are slaves to nervous diseasses 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, &c. In any unhealthy
condition of the nervous system, Briggs'
Allevantor has absolute control over the
nerves, creating a radical change and pos
itive cure. 1 Sold by F. FOURTEINAN and
PILES.—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 arra b vs
ted decription. You 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 unbearable,
and causes such feeling of dread that is
put off at great sacrifice to health and eom
fort, in many instances increasing the diffi
cultyto an alarm'gextent. Use Dr. Briggs'
Pile Remedies accord'g to directions to cure
internal, external, itchingorbleedingpiles.
They are mild and reliable, and warren
-tad as represented.
• Sold by Druggists.
,-Corns', Bunions, Ingrowing Nails
and their attendautills, have been, m years
gone by, and will be in years to come, a
sourse of much discomfort and uniiiippi
nem to those who are annoyed with them.
By persistent efforts and untiring perse.
veren* Dr. J. Briggs gave the itaffbring
humanity his . remedi—Alleviator and
Curative. The" opularity whinh they lriVe
gained,,and the entirnsatisfaction derived
frbrntheirinie, inwell known and can be
attested' by nll classes whoi haVe suffered
with Corns, Bunkum, IngrolVinfai*Chil•
blains, Frosted or Blistered eet, dr...m.-
801 d by druggists.
Mrle .... F - 111
On the 11th inst., by the. Rev. I. N.
Hays, assisted by Rev. Ji A. Crawford,
Dr. B. BOWMAN to Miss ANNIE REID, all
of Chambetsburg., , '' , " .
, On the 22d inst., by the Rev. Luther
A. Gotwald, Mr. LEWIS B. HENN=GER
and Miss Amelia. S. Biekley, both of
In this place, on the 24th inst., Miss
Miff MeKEE, at an advanced age.
k I - ''
BUTTER.- ..... -
more active, but prices are unchanged; the
demand is mostly from the home consum
ers whose purchases foot up 1,200 barrels
including superfine at 85.25®5.75, extras
at $email@example.com, Wisconsin extra family
at $7.50, Pennsylvania do. do. at $7.00
@7.50, the latter rate for fancy.
GRAlN.—There is no spirit in the
wheat market, and prices favor buyers.—
Sales of 2,000 bushels Pennsylvania and
Western red at $1.55 ; amber, at $1.58 ;
and white at 1.62. Rve brings from 94
@95 cents for Pennsylvania and West
ern Corn is quiet andunsettled, 3.00).
bushels at 75@77 c. for old yellow, 65c
for new on the . cob, and 72®73c.f0r
Western. High mixed oats attract little
attention, sales of white' Western at 48@
49c. and mixed at 47c.
SEEDS.--Cloverseed is in fair request
at 10 cents per pound. Timothy is nom
inal at $3. Fl9xseed sells at 1.90 per bush
CAME to the premises of the subscriber -
Von or about the last of September a red
and white spotted Cow, lump on side of the
nec. suppos• . •s e or I years , e
owner is requested to prove property, pay
charges and take her away
Oct 2&—tf HENRY M. HESS.
THE subscriber: intending to leave Rings ;
gold will offer at public sale on Saturday'
the 11 day of November 1871, the following
property, to wit : 2 new Wagons ready to
run, one a three inch tread for 2 and 3 hor
ses, the other a 1 horse Wagon 1 old one
horse wagon, 1 new Cart, 2 Spring Wagons,
1 set Blacksmith tools, Wagon Maker tools,
about 20 or 25 hundred pounds of old Iron,
2 Scapa of Bess,Wheelbarrow, Shovels,
Forks,Spade, Matock,liousehold and Kitch
en Furniture,Apple butter, jars of fruit,
and many other articles too tedious to men
Bale to commence at 10 o'clock wheti'a
credit of 6 months will be given on all sums
of $5 and upwards. ' JACOB MOTZ.
oct 2G—ts. G. V. Mona, Auct.
J. B. CROWELL
J. B. CROWELL & CO.,
G,REEN CASTLE, PA.,
would be pleased to call the attention of
the public to their large stock of Hemlock
and White Pine Lumber.
All the different grades of boards in the
rough, together with
Hemlock Flooring, Palings,
White Pine Flooring, Plastering Lath's
German Siding, Shingles, &c. &c.
Also keep on hand or manufacture at
short notice Sash, Blinds, Doors. Shutters,
&c. &c. Walnut Newell Posts, Railing and
Balusters, and in fact everything connect
ed with house-bulding.
All who want anything in our line will
remember the place, Smith end of Green
Castle, Pa. Oct 28--4 t
r HE subscriber, administrator of the
I estate of Geo. Besore, late of Waynesbo
ro', dec'd, will sell at Public &dent the resi
dence of said dec'd, on Saturday, November
18th, the following personal . property, to
1 FAMILY CARRIAGE,
1 Falling-top Buggy, 1 Spring Wagon, 1 Sad
dle, 2 sets Harness; 2 Ten-plate Stoves, 1
Parlor Wood Stove, 4 Bedsteads, 1 Mattress,
21 MI 1EL.113
2 Dinning Tables, 4 Small Tables, 2 Parlor
Tables, 2 Wash Stenos, 2 Writing Desks, 2
Sofas, 1 Lounge, 6 sets Chairs, 3 Rocking
Chairs, 1 Centre Table, 1 first-rate Rifle, 1
Shot Gun, 1 Book Case with writing table,
1 Clock, 1 Sink,
ONE SEWING MACHINE,
and a variety of other articles net necessa
ry:to mention. Sale to commence at 10
o'clock on said day when terms will be
A. H. STRICKLER, Adm'r.
Oct 26—ts Gro. V. MONO, Auct
VALUABLE lOUNTAIN LAND!
TllE subscriber will sell at Public Sale
on Friday , the 17th of November, the fol
lowing described lots situated in Washing
ton and Frederick Counties, Md., of a
mile from Samuel Royer's and same distance
from Germantown and the W. M. R. R.,
No. 1, containing 10 acres and 34 perch
No, 2, adjoining • No. 2, contains 13 acres
and 1371 perches.
. No. 3, adjoining No. 2, contains 11 acres
and 140 perches.
' No. 4, *adjoining No. 3, • contains 21 acres
more, or lcas.
The above tracts of land are • heavily set
with thriving timber such as chestnut, -oak.
and hickory, /kc., the above tracts will be
sold on the premises. Sale to commence
at 10 o'clock - on said thy when terms will
be made known by
• DANTET, HOLSTIMER.
Oct 20—ts (iro. V. Afoxo, Auct.
THE GREATFALL CAMPAIGN !
THE ADVANCE IN DRY GOODS.
A Giant" Fratui I -
NO REASONAB.T.I CAUSE FOR IT I I
Then listen to the voice of reason and trust
to your •owa, jud,gmimt. , Buy your., goods
where you can get the best valuefor the leaitt
money. Just think of the price for Buttons.
Pine; Tapes, Spool Cotton, Needles, Shoe
Strings, and Hooks and Eyes, and remem
ber that when you branch out into finer
goods the waste is much'wavier.
Look at the SMASHING BARGAING we
are now offering in the face of the cry of
Heavy standard Muslins at 121j3noted at 14
by bail Merimack prints. at 11c, for which
the agent asks 12; Splendid Alpacas at 30c,
worth 45c; Pure Mohair Alpacas at 40c,
Wholesale price 55c ; Rich Lustres and Silk
Warps at 50e ; regular price 75 ; Magnificent
beauties in Dress Goods 37i, worth 60; Hand
some Dress Goods at 25c, case price 37*;
Auction Bargains at 12i and 20.
The ignorant country merchant cries out a
gainst Auction Goods because he does not
understand his business. He buys Dress
Goods regularly on time (twice a year style,)
at 40c i and charges 50e. We buy the same
thing in the Auction Room at 23 and sell at
25. thus saving to our customers 25c. a yard.
These are only a few of our stunning spec
ialties. To enumerate all would take too
much time and space. Among our latest pur
chases,-reported by telegram from our ad
vance agents in New York, are.
170,000 DOZ. HOSIERY.
1000 CARTONS OF RIBBONS, every shad°
& quality ; •
Four Hundred and Fift
- :';' - eiiiiiTOti . fOr - ietiihonsand dollars.
A 4UAETER OP A MILLION BLANKETS,
fir one hundred thousand &pars.
Sixty Casesof Flannels,
below manufacturers prices.
This is the music, and these prices that
crowd our Stores whilst other merchants
stand in astonishment and watch the crowd
go by. We claim to be working on the short
line—the right road—and have the inside
track and intend to keep it. The enormous
amount of our business speaks for itself, and
tells the tale of loiv prices in everything.
Right by the Court House,
Korth East Corner P u blic
I 'HE subscriber will offer at Public Sale,
I at his residence, on Saturday the 28th day
October, 1871. at the Eastern Gate House;
elollowing - property - , - vin
1 GOOD MILCH COW,
eau, 1 Safe, 2 Tables, 3 Beadsteads. 2 sets
Chairs, (one new) 2 large Rocking Chairs,
2 Ten-plate Stoves and pipe, 1 twenty-flour
Clock, 1 Churn, Doughtray, 1 large Copper
Kettle, 34 bbl. 1 small Copper Kettle, 1
Child's Buggy, Queensware, Tinware, crock
ery, smoothing •irons, 2 tubs, 2 wooden
buckets r a lot Tobacco in leaf, 1 Segar Ta
ble and beard, 1 load Corn Fodder, a lot
‘ Clover Hay, a lot Wood, rake, hoes spade,
;hanging, and clothes baskets, barrels, and
other articles to numerous to mention. Sale
to commence at 1 o'clock on said day when
the terms will be made known by
JOHN G. GRU.III.I3INR.
GEO. V. MONG, AUCL.
3P Z 7 Mt X.& I IS Xi! XI
REAL ESTATE !
9 - 411 E undersigned will offer at Public Sale
I on Monday and Tuesday, the 6th and 7th
days of November, 1871, on the premises, all
that valuable Real Estate described below :
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 —Being three new two story
LOG DWELLING HOUSES
(weatherboarded) and Lots, situate on west
or Leiterkbars Street; in X% aynesboro', Pa.,
North of Main Street. The lots each :have
a front of feet and usual length—all of
these kits have Cisterns and convenient out
houses—one of them an excellent well of
water. These dwellings have been erected
within the last two years—are each large e
nough and especially arranged to suit two
families,:are well plastered, celled and fin
ished up in complete style in every respect.
Nos. 4;5 and G--
THREE BUILDING LOTS
immediately adjoinine,on•the South side of
the above dwellings and lots—of the same
width and length. These lots are nicely lo
cated, and are as desirable building lots as
any in the borough and will be sold sepa
All of the foregoing real estate is subject
to the dower interest of the heirs of John
Gilbert, sen., deceased.
'No. 7—Being all of that excellent tract of
land, lying and being situate partly in Wash
ington township, adjoining Borough of Way
nesboro and partly in said borough—North
side—on Mount Hope road to Chambers
ABOUT ELEVEN ACRES,
which will be sold in tracts to snit purchas
ers, either as bUilding lota or for filming
purpose 4, being in .a high state of cultiva-.
No. S—Also a. tract of land situated in
south-east part of Waynesboro', --
CONTAINING ABOUT 5 ACRES,
lying on both sides of a:proposed new street
or avenue—(called third avenue - on map of
the borough—avenue about 55 feet wide.)—
This tract will he divided into
EIGHTEEN BUILDING LOTS,
eight on each side of the aforesaid avenue,
each front feet in width, and the other
two lots, being one on each end North and
South of the other lots. These lots are on
elevated ground, high, dry and healthy,and
will ultimately be in the most pleasant part
of the town—with wide street—and com
manding fine prospect of surrounding coun
trYAß of the aforesaid property lying in the
borough is free from any ground rents.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock on each of
said days, when terms will be made known.
. LEVI SANDERS.
GZORGE V. Mena, suet.
I.WO FINE MILCH COWS, oho was
fresh in August, the other will be fresh
in a fe w _ weeks ; also two young mares, one
a famil y mare. Enquire of-the
Sept 19-tf PRINTER.
'1•If ki (• >6 011 k; :11 >II ous 0 a )Izl
.NEW MILLINERY. GOODS!
IUtISSES. STICKLE do GORDON, an
.L.V.l.nonneo to the ladies of Waynesboro'
and vicinity, that they have joust opened
out a fall hue of new Fall and Winter Mil
linery Goods. They return thanks for past
patronage and invite all in want of any ar
ticle in the Millinery line to call and exam
ine the latest styles, learn prices, dm.
ArNONVAVE CONVEX speetnelea, at
I , 7sovzvo t t s u atto d r e n a rdi v4 3 s e eir i t r l
Public Sale, in Ringgoa in front of John
Gehr's Store, at.l2 O'clock, on Saturday the
4th November, the bometeur of the dec'd
more or less, lying and being in the county
of Washington and State of Maryland ; about
two •miles East of Ringgold, and in sight. of
the Western MaTyland• Rail Road, adjoin
ing lands of Daniel Shockey, Geo. Barkdoll
and others. The- improvemehts_ consist, of,
A LOG HOUSE,
and TWO TENANT HOUSES, a log barn,.
a never failing spring, and a thriving young
orchard of choice fruit. The 2d part is lY
Timber Lot containing-about 8 acres, more
or less, lying and being about 2.milesSouth
of Ringgold, - near Abrm. Shank's, this tract
is well set with Chestnut and other timber.
2d part is a House and Lot - in Ringgold.—
Tlus property is improved with a good Sto
ry and a half Log House, and a Cistern and
Tx/ea.—One' third of the purchase mon
ey to be paid on the Ist day of April, 1872.
the balance in two equal annuals payments,
the purchaser to give his note with approv
ed security. Deferred payments to bear in
terest from April 1, 1872. On paymbnt of
the whole purchase money a good and suf
ficient deed will be executed
J.W.MILLER & CO
Have lately increased their stock by the
addition of a large and handsome ,assort
ment of Fall and Winter Goods and are
now prepared to supply their customers
with every thing in the way of Dry Goods,
In their stock will be found all the lead
styles of Dress Goode, such as ,
BLACK d: COLORED ALPACCAS,
SILK FINISHED MOH AIRS,
Beautiful Styles long and square Shalls,
GENTS FURNISHING GOOD
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Blue, Black
and Brown Coatings, Black and Brown Bea-
New Style Paper Collars -and Neck Ties.
Gloves, Hosiery, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, over and undershirt; Drawers,
A FULL LINE BOOTS & SHOES,
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Morocco Shoes
Ladies and Misies Lasting Gaiters,
Ladies and Misses Gum Sandals,
Mens and Ladies Artie Over Shoes,
Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Win
Carp:dings and oth Cloths t
White and Grey Wool Blankets,
Coverlets & Spreads, •
Lap Robes and
Paints, Oills, Glass and Putty.
Their stock this season will be found su
perior to any they have offered and their
prices 'will •be reasonable. Therefore all
they ask is an examination of goods and
prices to be convinced
Oct 19th 1871 J. W. MILLER (.t. CO.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
THE following property will be offered at
public sale by the undersigned, Assi
gnees of Conrad ltuths; on Saturday Nov.
A HOUSE AND LOT,
fronting 45 feet onMain St. in the borough
of Waynesboro Pa. and bounded on the
East by lot of Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, on the
West' by lot of Daniel Mickly, Sen., on the
South by an alley, and on the North by East
The imilrovements are a huge
Brick and Brick cased Log House,
suitable to be divided for two families, also
a good cistern, wash house and
NEW FRAME STABLE
thereon. The property will be offered en
tire or divided to - suit purchasers. --
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock when terms
will be make known by the undersigned
W. S. A3IBEItSON,
T. S. CUNNINGHAM,
FIRST .A.R.12, IV" _ALI
MT. HOPE STORE !
THE subscriber announces to his custo
mers and the public generally that he
has just returned from the Eastern cities and
opened out a full assortment of new goods,
embracing all articles usually k e pt by coun
try merchants. He returns special thanks to
his patrons for past patronage, and asks their
attention and the attention of others to hie
new selections. Call and compare styles
prices. W. H. BROW.
Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
tEIR subscriber informs the public that
he has the agency for the sale of Moth
er Noble's Healing Syrup, in Washington
and Quincy townships, for the cure of di
seases of the Bowels, and Stomach, Female
Diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,
&c. He has also for sale the
a cure for Consumption.
These remedies have so far in all discs
given satisfaction. Best references given if
required. I'. 0. Address, Quincy, Pa..
dept 18-3 m J. C. LOHMAN, Ag't.
THE subscriber has apples for sale for
present use or for winter_ keeping.
Oct 12—ti ALEN.. lAMILTO,:i.
C 7, MILLEIC-