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Thursday, November 2, 11
Put% ,ron SALE.-=We still'. ha've fox'
Sale the Washington Press upon which the
Recoud Cana printed previous to its enlarge
ment. Price, $lOO.
; In—President Grant has issued a prop
laniation.appointing Thursday, Novem
ber 30th, as a National Thanksgiving day.
xGI.:4 little son of Levi B. Swavely, of
Pottstown, , got a chestitut in his iindipire
the other.day, and ehoke,d to
. death. '
t.S.President Grant has issued a pro
clamation. appointing . Thursday, Novem
ber 30th, as a' National Thanksgiving
t; The Hon, Gazirge Connell, MeMber.
of the State Senate from the 4th District,
Philadelphia, died on the morning of the
26th inst. -.
;SZ - A petition fifty feet longwasreceived
di the Executive Mansion on Tuesday,
signed by women of Utah, protesting a
gainst polygamy and urging effective
xte,Thte full official vote in Pennsylva
nia giVes Beath 20,370 majority, an d
._;3taiiton„l4,49o l _ The latter as badly
tics_, faliiuybbhind - CoL Beath
The frightful intelligence comes
from Buenos Ayres that during the past
summer no less than twenty thousand per
sons died in that place from yellow fever.
and that thirty thousand had died in the
Province of Corrientes from the same dis-
Retail buyers_ought to profit considera
bly by the depression in the coal market.
Lehigh operators have reduced prices twen
ty-live to fifty cents
.per ton and Schuyl
kill operators fifty to seventy-five cents
per ton below the prices:of a month ago.
72 .Rev. Septimus Tustin, D. D., died
iu 'Washington on .Itlonday morning. He
was very-prominent in the I esbyterian
Church. In 1840 he was Chap ain of the
House of Representatives, and had flied
various charges iu Pennsylvania and Mary
j.There seems to be no is mg, in
the legal war which the judicial authori
ties in Utah are waging on Mormonism.--
On Saturday Hawkins, who was convict
ed of polygamy, was sentenced by judge
McKean to a fine and an imprisonment
for three years. Three prominent Mor
mons have been arrested on the charge of
being concerned in a murder which oc
cured some years ago, and warrants are
out for the arrest of Brigham• Young as
being au accessory.
(General Robert Anderson, the gal
lant soldier who was most Closely connec
ted with the early seenes of our recent
war by his defence of Fort Sumter, on the
11th and 12th of April, 1861, died on
Thursday at Nice, France. After the sur
render of Fort Sumter he took very little
part in the contest, remaining ouly for a
short time in command in Kentucky.—
For several years past he has been in
Ter...There are nearly one hundred Ku-
Klux prisoners at Yorkville, South Caro
lina, including five colored men, and as
many at ,both Spartanburg and Union
town. The attorney General is now at
Yorkville, and will himself appear for
the Government in the preliminary exam
inations to be had before the United States
Commissioner, under the Knklu2,- law.—
'He has assiociated with him, besides the
United States District Attorney, the Hen.
E. B. Elliott, the colored member of Con
gress from the -Edgefield district. ,
A sNeial from salt Lake City to
the N. Y. Herald states that the great
Mormon Prophet, Brigham Young, for
whose arrest, on the charge of murder, a
warrant has been issued, has left his har
em and all his worldly goods and fled to
unknown parts, In the same 6)111.4 El
der Han•kin; convicted of adultery, has
been sentenced to three years in the peni
tentiary and to pay a fine of $5OO.
.&1.." - 'nwix , d was arrested on Saturday .
in New York and gave bail in the sum of
$2,000,000 for his appearance in Court.--
It is not so tertian that even if he is con
victed of swindling and stealing any of
the stolen millions can be recovered from
him, as within the past two months he
has been busily assigning all his property
au- immense wealth into hands that can
safely hold an to it. The investigations
of the Citizens' Committee have develop
ed the fact that the Ring have - cheated
the city out of the enormous amount of
rrl-- A farmer -in New York i s attempt
ing to est:ll)l6.dt i 1 thct that animals can
without water. St•in'e time in dtine
lust he puVin an enclosure a number of
hogs and a calf. Neither the hogs
,yor the calf have had any crater durinz
this entire period, and yet, strange to any,
they are all ai flu, as Moles, and are in an
exemlingly thriving condition.
i:3".l.he Fulton Republican says that
Imr3 topyienty on the C ove Mountain ; that
tiicg Z'Ottie down from the mountain and
o ::atoyernEdds in day time, where they
t locks well
Roseuzweig,the N. Y. abortionist,
who caused the death of Alice Bowlsby.
a Nev 4ersy girl, a fe'w weeks since, and,
sought to conceal his crime 'by enclosing
the body in. a trunk 'which - • he tried to`
send off by rail, was found guilty of mur
der in the ,second degree on Saturday,
and sentenced at once by Recorlier,
Hackett to seven years in State prison,
with hard labor.
The 'Star says; 'the Recorder; "with un
usual severity of manner," passed senten
ced as follows:
Rosenzweig, no person in life knows
I better than-you: that- on -.the-Wednesday
night you pedormeth the operation with
a steel instrument, *. ,* *,: _*- and she
'died, and you packed her into that trunk,
'and sent her to.the railway. In.ordinary
cases L'sbould.paysatteution to the, recd-
mendation to rucrey,.but in this , particu
lar case you deserve, no mercy... In my
views of the law, you stand guilty of the
atrocious crime of murder. You sent two
human beings to theirlastaccount. You
ruthlessly, wilfully murdered them, and
the indictment against you ought to have
een-murder in tnnfirst_degree, and the
sentence I should have pronounced a
gainst you is death by hanging. I agree
with my colleague, Judge Bedford, on the
enormity of this offence, and I shall unite
with him in recommending that this law
may be checked. You are a man of un
common nerve. I never saw one who
could stand the remarks—the sweeping
denunciations against you by the District
tame :-AO- _ ed. ---You-are_an ed
ucatod man. you came to coun r
to carry on those vile practices. You
are a dangerous man, and I sentence you
to seven years in State prison, with hard
The audience loudly applauded the
The prisoner received sentence with
lißrA correspondent of a Cincinnati
newspaper who has been interviewing "Ben
Hill," of Georgia; reports that able South
ern statesman as follows :
Mr. Hill is of the opinion that the fate
of Georgia hangs upon the events of the
next few months. "Our Legislature meets
in about two weeks," he said, "and much
upon their action hangs our fate. Not
half-way measures will do. They must
take a bold stand in favor of the consti
tutional aniendments, and assuie the North
that Georgia accepts al] issues of the war.
We must not halt or hesitate. There is
no time for delay. Our Legislature must
ceptance of the amendments, and' their
disapprobation of Ku-Kluxism."
" From the steps Gen. Crant is tak
nig in South Carolina," continued Mr. Hill,
"I should not be surprised to see a por
tion of our State under martial law in less
than ninety days. If we don't enforce
the law ourselves it will' be done for us.
The Ku-Klux business is the greatest evil
that ever afflicted the South. Every day
that we let it continue we cut our own
throats. What possible good can it do?
Will it reverse the verdict of the war?
Will it injure the North ? Will it restore
to us anything we have lost? Not at all;
it is a curse upon our land, a blight fol
lowing slavery and war, and the greatest
blunder our pebple ever committed, ex
cepting the one forced upon us by the se
cession leaders in 1860. The history of
the world presents nothing so suicidal and
self-destructive as that, and I always make
an exception in its favor." ,
Tnt WiR o Moratimsm.—Washing
ton, October 30th. Apart from newspa
per publications the Government has,
from time to time been advised of the pro
gress of judicial proceedings in Utah. In
a recent communication it is stated • that
the great work of correcting the evils in
that Territory is now fairly begun, with
the conviction of Thos. Hawkins for adul
tery committed in polygamy, his lawful
wife being the' principal witness.
The most shocking part of the testimo
ny does not appear in print, being not on
ly immodest but bestial.
The verdict, it is added, strikes like a
thunderbolt in the Mormon camp. To
other parties it begins to look a serious
matter, and no power under heaven can
save them from a like 'fate. The begin
ing of the end is at hand,'. and the Mor-
Mom know the opinion was that there
would be no trouble in the Territory un-.'
less in the southern portion of it. The par
ties are not nearly so belligerent when the
troops are near by as when at a distance.
A quiet and determined course is consider
ed much better than rashness or haste,which
might result seriously. , -
Excellency, the President of the United
States, having by his proclamation set a
part Thnrsday, the 30th of November,
1871, as a day of ISTational
Now, therefore, 1, John W. Geary,
Governor of Penn Sylvania, do hereby cor
dially commend to;the people thereof the
observance of the same as a day of thanks
giving to Almighty God for our State,
national and 'individual blessings, and of
prayer for the continuance of His gra
As entirely as may be possible, let bus
iness pursuits be suspended. Let us spend
the day in religious worship ; and in such
sacred communings and festivities of the
home circle, and so secure its pleasures
and perform its duties, as to make our
beans more deeply sensible of our obliga
tions to God and our fellow men. "Who
so offereth praise glorifieth me. "He that
hath pity upon the poor, lendeth unto the
Lord, and that which he bath given will
he pay kim again."
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the State, at Harrisburg, this 26th
day of October, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and seventy
one, and of the Commonwealth the nine
ty-sixth. J.NO. W. GLARY,
,9ecrctary of the Commonwealth.
Staurt anti fl[nnuirg.
Ram SnAD, , MEETENG.—Wenre rogues-,
ted to announce AIM a, 'Railroad Meeting
will beheld in this place on Thursday the
9th inst., at 2 o'clock P. M. Gov. Gne-
gY,,Hon. ALEB.. BCpTELER, of Va., and.
others, are expected to be preamt and ad
dress the meeting. The public generaly;
are cordially invited to attend
Bui ter is scarce
le."Staraps" are scarce.
26)-Now is the time to subscribe.
Xre'The - weather continues pleasant!
cS. , See sale advt. of Mr. Israel Hess.
zerThe farmers are busy corn husk
A VALUABLE. FA - mr.= -- -Tie - direet-at
tention to the valuable farm advertised
for sale in today's pa, er by Levi Sanders.
CHANGED:--Jacob Mot; of Ringgold,
- hun - einraged-the-time-of-his-aale_fre .•
Saturday the 11th day of November to
Saturday the 18th.
FOR SALE._—W. S. Ambeison, udmin
Istrator o . a ace - , -- d - eb"clio
for sale a couple of desirable lots of
ground. See Advt.
SECOND ARRIVAL.—Mrs. C. T4.llellin
berger has received her second supply of
new Fall and Winter Millinery Goods.—
Ladies are invited-to—call_and_ examine
the late styles.
Ix Tow.—The Mayor ofScranton,Pa ,
a genial gentleman, in company with
David Patterson, Esq. is on a visit to our
SOLD.-1-J. Logan Kennedy has sold
the Washington Hotel in Chambersburg
to Mr. E. S. Shank for the sum of $lO,-
Wm. H. Brown, of Mt. Hope, received
his first arrivalof new fall .and- winter
goods via the Western
. Maryland Rail
rqad and Mechanicstown.
Tha,,.The cold days will soon be 'here—
fix up your stoves a.
care about having your chimneys and
stove pipes clean and safe—a neglect of
this warning might cost your home and
perhaps your neighbor's. •
RELIGIOUS MEETINGS.-All interesting
revival of religion has been progressing
in the M. E. Church in this place for sev
eral weeks past. We understand between
fifty and sixty persons have made a pro
fession of religion since the commence
ment of the meetings.
larDr. A. H. Sruresizat has removed
his office from the Cottage Building to
the Corner Room, formerly occupied by
his father-in-lair, George Besore, deceased.
Perions wishing to consult the Dr. can
find him there at all hours when not en
CoutturrtoN.—Communion ser vices will
be held on next Sabbath Morning in the
Presbyterian Church, by the Re.v. D. K.
RicrtanDsort of Middle Springs, Cumber
land Co., Penna. Preaching Saturday
afternoon and evening The congrega
tion at Greencastle have recently made
out a unanimous call for Mr. Richardson:
He is spoken of as a minister of acknowl
SALrs.—JOHN It. Suns, auctioneer,
recently made the following sales in Quin
The farm belongingto the heirs of Geo.
Knepper, dee'd, containing 66 acres and
48'perches,, with improvements, for the
sum of $1 J 1,15 cents per acre. Purcha
ser, Daniel W. Benedict.
The farM belonging to the heirs of Con
rad Heefner, dec'd, containing 85 acres,
for the sum of $101.25 cents per acre.—
The House and lot belonging to the
heirs of Emanuel Stover, dec'd, for the
sum of $916. Purchaser, Hegry Good.
R. R. MEETING.--A large and enthu
siastic Miramar Railroad Meeting was
held in biotin's Hall, in Quincy, on Fri
day'evening las, which was addressed . by
Wm. McClellan, Esq., of Chambersburg,
Col. W. H. Owen, C4t. Mifflin; Chief
:Engineer, and Joseph Douglas, Esq. A
good feeling was manifested. The citi
zens of Green, Guilford and Quincy town
ships are alive to the importance of secur
ing the Miramar road, and will, we are
assured, do their part, What is our town
and township going to do ? The work in
Cumberland county is prolressing rapid
ly. If we intend to do anything the
time tom= is zrow:
PLAYING "SPoos.."—On Satur.ay night
last several young men in this place un
dertook to frighten one of their comrades
by one of the numbei presenting himself
at the place designated wraped in a white
sheet. Instead of making his flight the
young :clan drawed a revolver from his
pocket and tired at the ghost,and advanc
ing•was about to fire a second time, but•
fortunately the desguised man called for
quarters in time to save the risk of a sec
ond shot. What was commenced in sport
might have ended sorrowfully to *them,
indeed. This should prove a- warning to
other "sports" inclined to play "spook."
LITERARY Sourrv.-L=-The Mt. Vernon
.Literary Society held a second meeting
at the Mt. V. School-house; on Friday e
vening'last. The constitution was adop . -
ted, and other business of
• importance to
the society, was transacted: A very grace
ful poem, by Alice Cary, was then re
cited by Mr. J. Good. A debate-follow
ed, being quite up to the standard of first
efforts. The resolution read thus : Re=
solved, That a Branch R. R. is.lnore profi
table to Waynesboro' than a through line:
- The negative side winning the favorable
decision of the judges.
The subject for discussion at the next
meeting (Friday evening, 3d Nov.) runs
thus : Resoived; That fire is more destruc
tive than water.- -An essay will also be
read, entitled "Nice young - women." Go,
young ladies,.and hear what will be said
about you. Young gentlemen, your en
terprise is a noble one ; fight it out on that
line, if it takes you all winter.
FATAL FALL.--Mr. John Clacken, of
Liberty-township,tbis _county,came to
a sad and sudden end on Wednesday of
last week. He was engaged at work on
Mrs. Zimmerman's farm. The thickens
were injuring some rye above the barn
there a board gave way, and he was pre
cipitated to the floor, falling upon his
bead. He was found in au insensible con
could do nothing for the injured man,
who died'at 12 o'clock that night. Tlll
age was about 50 years, and he leaves :a
wife and 8 children, most of them grown.
Some years ago his only sister was struck
..by lightning whilst on the road to Em
mitsburg,-a:ndwasi Ftantly,killed. Gett s
burg Compiler. ' •
TEE RISE IE COFFEE.—The recent ex
traordinary rise in, the pride of coffee has
produced much discussion in commercial
circles, The price of good Rio in cargo,
for instance, has within a few weeks ad
advanced from 1111 cents to nearly 17
cents per pound, gold. Other descriptions
of coffee have risin nearly as much. It
is stated that there are at present but for
ty odd thousand bags of coffee in 'first
hands in the United States, and some of
the large dealers are ordering cargoes
from Europe. When the tariff was re
duced on coffee, tea and sugar, a year ago,
• • •• an almost immediate decline
in the price of those articles; but the s ort
crop of coffee has influenced the present
rise in that "necessity."
Germany surprises the world by claim
ing the credit of discovering the open po
lar sea. Many wise observers have held
to the firm belief that the only way to
reach the mystery which surrounds the
North Pole was by way of the Pacific.
It will be confirmation of this theory if
the German expetition has really in this
way reached the open sea.
ge.Xor a cheap and good suit of cloth
es go to Boerner & Waynant's:
nogExamitte price of Wales cloth at
Boerner & Waynant's.
OrSTEß9.—Prime Oysters will be receiv
ed at REID'S Grocery on Friday evening,
and soldby the pint, quart orgallon.
"SAFETY OIL". Reid sells a burning
oil by this title 'that is perfectly pure and
will not explode. 'No smoke. No odor.
60 cis. agallon.
. Se - Ladies cleaning. house can save a
great deal of trouble iu washing paints and
cleaning window glass by using the "Kitch
en Crystal soap," sold by W. A... Reid.
FOR FALL AND WINTER.- - --GO to
Smith's Town Hall Store, for the best se
lected stock and greatest.variety in styles
of Hats and Caps for Fall and Winter.—
Also a full line of Kid, Castor and. Buck
Gm. R.—Call on G-ehr, at the Ringgold
cross roads if you want to-buy goods• for
winter wear. Ever ready to 'accommo
date he will make your visit as pleasant
and profitable as he possibly can. He sells
goods cheap for cash and if you go and
see yon will certainly believe, _
as.. The late improvements to the Wil
son New Steel Under-feed $45 S. M. make
it the very best as well as the cheapest
Sewing Machine in the market. Sews
anykind of light or heavy goods with any
kind of thread. Does not get out of or
der, and a child can use it. Try it.
A. E. WAYNAICT, Agent.
Tor. SAL --A Morning Glory Stove,
large size,, nearly new. Enquire of the
Pais.—Look at those featuris and see
the agony depicted in the face. It cannot
be helped while the trouble remains.—
The autterin g 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 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 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, itching or bleeding piles
They are mild and reliable, and warran
ted as represented.
rs. Corns, • Minions; In ;rowing Nails
and their attendant ills, have been, in years
gone by; and will-be in years to • Come, a
Bourse of much discomfort and unhappi
ness to tho4ho are annoyed - with them.
By pcmistent and uutirlug
Veiefie Dr. 3; Briggs gave the suffering
huniaiiity his reniethes—Alleviator and
etultive. The popularity which they have
gained, and the entire satisfaction derived
lkoni:their use, is well known' and can be
attested by all..classes who have.. suffered
blains, Frosted or Blistered Feet, Ste.—
Sold by druggists.
Ntuvous DisnAsE.—How many thous
ands of the most refined', ladies. of the land
are slaves to nervous dipeaases in . various
forms- 7 -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. Sold by F. FOURTH:MAN and
On the 26th ult., in the Falling Spring
Presbyterian Church, by_Rev. J. Agnew
Crawford, THEODORE MCGOWAN, ESQ.,
to Miss ALICE CnAMBERS, eldest daugh-'
ter of William Chambers, Esq., all of
I) "F., A. 1 1 1.11 S _
1 , On the 20th inst . ., near Mowersville,
this county, MARY BURKHOLDER, aged
In Chambersburg on the pd., inst., in
fant son BENJAMIN. MErz, aged 6 years.
8AC0N.... ... .
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 30
FLOUR.—The flour market presents
no new feature. :800 barrels changed
hands; embracing superfine at $5.25®5.-
75, extras at , .5.§71!@.)5.25, Wisconsin ex
tra family at $7.25@)7.50. Minnesota do.
do. at $7.50®8.50, Pennsylvania, Indiana
and Ohio do. do., at $7.@7.50, and fancy
at $email@example.com as in quality.
GRAlN.—There is not much ac,tivity
in the wheat market, but prices are well
sustained; sales of Pennsylvania an d
Western red at $firstname.lastname@example.org, amber , a t
$email@example.com, and white at $ . firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rye is held at from 95c. to 97c. for West
ern and Pennsylvania. Corn is firm and
is with a steady inquiry; isales of 5,-
Visixels - at - Bf)c - for - yellow, and 76@-
78e for western low and high mixed.—
Oats are in moderate demand, and 3,-
500 bushels sold at 491®50c. for white
and 47@48 for mixed.
ETTERS of Administration on the es
tatelJl of Geo. Besore, late of Waynesboro',
dec'd., having been granted to the under
signed. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having legal claims against
the same will present them, without delay
in proper order for settlement to
-6t A. H. STRICKLER, A dm'r.
*1 'HE undersigned will offer at public
sale—in front of Minter's Hotel in Way
On SATURDAY 25th of NOVEMBER,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., all that Valuable real
estate described below, viz :
No. I—A VALUABLE FARM lying and
being situated in Washington and Quincy
townships, Franklin county, Pa., along the
Chambersburg road, about three miles from
Waynesboro', Pa., bounded by lands of J.
H. Gordon, Samuel Fdremam, Ephraim Sni
der and others. This farm contains
and 20 perches, is ono of the best in the a
foresaid townships, being in high state of
cultivation. The improvements consist of
a good, two story
a commodious bank barn, weather-boarded,
wagon shed, corn crib and all other necess
ary out-buildings. There is a well of never
failing water in the yard, and the west
branch of the Antietam Cieek runs through
the farm cloge to the barn. The orchard is
one of the finest anywhere—all choice fruit.
The Wharf Flouring Mill is only about one
hundred yards distant from the premises.
No. 2—BEING A LOT OF MOUNTAIN
LAND, lying on South Mountain along the
turnpike road between V. B. Gilberts, and
3lontery Springs property, and near the
Toll Gate, bounded by the lands of H. X.
Stoner, George„and Elias Snowberger, con
taining 22 ACRES. This lot is well set with
splendid chestnut timber.
No. 3—BEING A LOT OF LAND lying
on South Mountain, along the Mentzer Gap
Road, bq_cmded by lands of John Gehr and
P. Wiesner, well set with good Pine, Oak
and Chester timber.
No. 4—A MOUNTAIN LOT containing
16 acres and 110 perches, well set with
Chestnut and Pine timber, bounded by
lands E. Miller, Nich. Bonbrake, and others.
The above tracts of land can be seen by
applying to Simon Lecrone, Samuel Nicol".
mus or tire°. S. Balsley.
Terms made known on day of sale
G. V. Morl, Auct.
PUBLIC SALE !
rr HE subscriber intending to quit farm
ing, will sell at public sale, on Thursday,
November the 23, 1871, at his residence, two
miles from Waynesboro', and one mile from
the Nunery, the following personal proper
ty, to wit :
2 dead Horses,
one a No. 1 Family Horse,l Milch Cow, 1
Fine Durham Bull 3 years old, 2 Fat Hogs,
1 extra New Two-Horse Wagon with Bed
and Spring Seat, two inch tread, 1 Cart, I
Rockaway Buggy and Pole-oneTroting Bug-'
gy, 1•S ring (irain Rake, 1 Hand Cart, 1
Three Horse Plow, 1 New Two Horse Gap
Plow, 1 Double Shovel Plow, 2 Harrows,
double, threble and single trees, I Wheat
Fan, shovels rakes; forks, 1 mattock, 1
1 large wagon jpck, Emmert& patent, 2 set
good plow gears, 2 new flynets, 2 housins,
1 blind bridle, a lot of three • bushel bags,
1 Barrel of Pure Sider vinegar, and many
other article& not necessary to mention.—,
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day
when terms will be made knoWn
ISRAEL HESS. •
Nov 2—t.t (to_ V . licyNc : Amt.
ma mt x es as. xa 3zr
BY virtue of an order of the - Orphans
Court of Franklin County,. Pa., the un
dersigned will expose to public sale, on
Tuesday. November, 2181,1871, the following
property, viz :
Lot No. I—containing
1 Ak.oraa 10 Paircsilacms,
neat measure, situated in the borough of
Waynesboro', bounded by the lands of J:
H. Clayton, on the South by South St., on
the "West by George Frick, on-the North
by an Alley.
'Lot No. 2—containing
6 ACRES And 78 PERCHES,
neat measure, situated in Washington Town
ship, adjoining lands D. F. Good, S. Needy,
Jr., and David Stoner, sen. Any person de
siring information or wishing to see the
'property will call on the undersigned.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
when the conditions of sale will be made
known W. S. AMBERSON, Adm'r of
Thos. H. Wallace, deed.
G. V. Moxo, Auct.
TO TIRE AFFLICTED
DOCTOR JACOB FAIIRNEY'S
ROOT AND SPICE BITTERS.
- MT - 3 fEe - Wst - bitters - cirthe - ag - e:For - the
cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sick-head
ache, Lowness Spirits, Rheumatism, Cram),
Cholic, Diarrhoea; Dysentery, and diseases
of the systeni generally, many testimonials
could be given by those, who have used it,
but it is not necessary.: Use it and be con
Prepared by Dr. Jacob Fahrney, Waynes
boro', Franklin County, Pa.
Nov 2-3 m.
rr 111 E subscriber intending to leave Ring
!, gold will offer at public sale on Saturday
the 18 day of November 1871, the, following
I property, to wit: 2 new Wagons ready to
run, one a three inch tread for 2 and 3 hor
ses, the other a'l horse Wagon 1 old one
horse wagon, 1 new Cart, 2 Spring Wagons,
-1-set Blacksmith tool, -Wagon Maker tools,
about 20 or 25 hundre pounds of old Iron,
2 Seaps of Bess, Wh lbarrow, Shovels,
Forks,Spade, Mattock,lio sehold and Kitch
en Furniture, Apple butter, jars of fruit,
and many other articles too tedious to men
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock when a
credit of 6 months will be given on all sums
of $5 and upwards. jACOB MOTZ.
oct 26—ts. G. V. MoNo, duct.
J. B. CROWELL. J. DEARDORFF.
J. B. CROWELL &-SO. I ,
GREEN . CASTL.E?s 7I FA:
t , •
would be pleased to call the attention of
the phblic to their large stock of Hemlock
and White Pine Lumber.
All the different grade of boards in the
rough, together with
Hemlock Flooring, Palings,
'Vhite-Pine-Flooring, Plastering LI
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, South end of Green
Castle, Pa. Oct 26-4
rPHE Fabscriber, administrator of the
I estate , of Geo. Besore, late of Waynesbo
ro', riec'd,.will sell at Public Sale at the resi
dence of .said dce'd, on Saturday, November
ISth, the following personal property, to
1 Falling-top Buggy, 1 Spring Wagon, 1 Sad
dle, 2 sets Harness; 2 Ten-plate Stoves, 1
Parlor Wood Stove, 4 Bedsteads, 1 Mattrass,
0 30. T_T XL 70 .4L TT .S ~
2 Dinninr , Tables, 4 Small Tables, 2 Eirlor
Tables, 2'Wash Stances, 2 Writing Desks, 2
Sofas, 1 Lounge, fi '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 not necessa.-
ry;to mention. Sale to commence at 10
o'clock on mid day when terms will be
A. H. STRICKLER, Adm'r.
Oct 26---ts GM. V. Moxo, Auct.
VALUABLE MOUNTAIN LAND',
" I subscriber will sell at Public Sale
1 on Friday the 17th of November, the fol
lowing described lots situated in Washing
ton -and Frederick Counties, Md., I. of a
mile from Samuel Royer's and same distance
from Germantown and the W. id. R. R.,
No. 1, containing 10 acres and 33a. 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 less.
The above tracts of land are heavily set
with thriving limber such as chestnut, oak.
and hickory, &c., the above tracts will be
sold on the premises. Sale to commence
at 10 o'clock on said day when terms will
be made known by
Gro*. V. MONO, Auct.
SMALL PROPERTY FOR SALE!
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale a
small Tract of Limestone Land contain
ing 20i Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of
•Waynesbero', Franklin county, Pa. The
e.zents consist of ONE AND A
HALFSTOft Y LOG HOUSE and Log Barn,
Wood and Wash House. a never-failing well
of water convenient to the house, with two
cisterns to the buildings; else a good Apple
Orchard with a variety of choice fruit, such
as pears, peaches, cherries, grapes &c.
nu 24—ts3 ANDRE VV . SENGER.
NOTICE TO THE LADLES!
NEW MILLINERY : GOODS!
Alf LSSES. STICKLE & GORDON, an
.lNXiiounce to the ladies of Waynesboro'
and vicinity, that they bavest opened
out a full line 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, &c.
" 0 FINE LCII COWS, one was
in August, the other will be fresh
in a few weeks ; also two young mares, one
a family mate. Enquire of the
Sept 19-tf PRINTER.
THE WATERLOO OP 1871!
THE GREAT FALL CAMPAIGN
THE ADVANCE IN DRY GOODS,
A Grand Swindle !
A Giant Fraud
NO REASONABLE CAUSE FOR IT r
Then listen to the voice of reason , and trust
to your own judgment. Buy, your goods
where you can get the best value for the least
money, Just think of the price for Buttons.
Pins, 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 heavier.
Look at the SMASHING BARGAING we
are now offering in the face of the cry Of
Heavy standard Muslin at 12,1 quoted at 13i
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 37,i, worth 60 ; Hand-
Some Dress Goods at 25c, case price 37i;
Auction Bargains at 12. 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; and charges 50c. We buy the same
thing in the Auction Room at 23 and sell at
25, thus saving to our customers 25c. a yard.
— Theet — arezffily - a - few - of - our stunningspec
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.
& quality ;
Four Hundred and Fifty peices Cassiniere,
in one lot for ten thousand dollars.
4! QUARTER OF A MILLION BLANKETS,
.• . ii&thakae4.l - altars -
Sixty Cases of 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 leep it. The enormous
amount of our business speaks for itself, and
tells the tale of low prices in everything.
CALDWELL ez COMPANY,
Right by the Court House,
North East Cotner P u blic Square,
3r..6 its - aiam
• ESTATE !
g `HE undersigned will offer at Public Sale
on Monday and Tuesday, the Gth 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 DAN •
.(weatherboarcled) and Lots, situate on west
or Leitersburg Street, in Waynesboro', Pa.,
North of Main Street. The lots each have
a front of 41/, feet and usual length—all of
these lots 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 late e
nough and especially arranged to suit two
families, - .are well plastered, coiled aud fin
ished up in complete style in every respect.
Nos. 4, 5 and
THREE BUILDING LOTS
immediately adjoining . on the South side of
theabove 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 the foregoing real estate is subject
to the dower interest of the heirs of John
Gilbert, sem, 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 Rope road to Chambers
ABOUT ELEVEN ACRES,
which will be sold in tracts to suit purchas
ers, either us building lots or for farming
purpose 4, being in a high state of cultiva
So. 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 be divided into
EIGHTEEN BUILDING .LOTS,
eight on each side of the aforesaid avenue,
each front 414 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—arid com
manding fine prospect of surrounding coun
All of the aforesaid property lying in the
borough is free front any ground rents.
Sale to commence at. 9 o'clock on, each of
said days, when terms will be made known.
GEORGE V. MONO, acct.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
THE following property will be offered at
public sale bv the undersigned, Assi
gnees of Conrad Ituths, on Saturday Nov.
.11., 1871, viz.
A HOUSE Al) LOT,
fronting 45 feet on Main St. in the borough
of Waynesboro' Pt and bounded on the
East by lot of Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, on the
West by lot of Daniel Middy, Sen., on the
South by an alley, and on the North by East
The improvements are a large
Brick and Brick cased Log Horse,
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 whenlerms
will be make known by the undersigned
W. S. AMBEESON,
• T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Oct. 19—ts. Assignees.
FIRST :EN..12a2,177' ASS
IT. HOPE STORE !
YHE subscriber announces' . to his custo
ere 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 kept by coun
try merchants. He returns special thanks to
his patrons for past patronage, and asks their
attention and the attention of others to his
new selections. Call and compare styles and
prices. W. H. BROWN.
eaVEX - CNtiCAVE spectacles, at