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Thursday, aturnary 46 "71.
rZrOur StAte LogiAature assembled
tit Harrikarg 011 TiicsdaT.
Tae es;atuinatiou of , witnesses for
the defence in the Wharton trial at 1D
lit:1'011g, Ma., i 3 still.progre,iing.
.1101,1,3 us were each sentenc
ed tn eighteen 1114)1411F. imprisonment and
$1430 line at Coluat'..iin, S. C. on the 29th
tao . " - Dr..Liriagikonc, the great e.-xplor
vr, was alive is July last, aild'Nva:.4, slow.
ly workinglus way toward the Eastern
coast of .erica,
0.. A. fire ball carelessly thrown at
Macon, Georgia, on Christmas night, set
fire to a building and destioyed $600,000
woxth of property.
rm.On Sunday evening_ last the,
deuce of 3. C. Ward, at Madisonville,
Ohio, was entered by burglars and rob
bed of $30,000 in bank notes..
n... The bill appropriating . $4,000,000
for public buildings in Chicago has been
approved by the President, and the work
of building will be commenced as soon
as a site is fixed upon.
12S..Accounts. say the month of Decem
ber was the coldest month experienced in
this country for many years. In Paris,
Deeeinber 9th the thermometer registered
21ndegrees below freezing point, the low
est reached since the year 1789.
Ite - It takes 700 yards to carpet the
floor of the Hall of the house of represent-
gtives at Harrisburg. le carpe now e
in,g put down was purchased at $2,50 per
kin , : its entire cost $1,750
BO Two great disasters at sea are report
ed by the Atlantic cable. The Russian
steamship Kurna, foundered in the Cw
pima sea and all the passengers, officers
and crew were drowned, and the ship Ed
ward went down off Falmouth., not a life
The Rev, Dr. Robert Breckenridge,
one of the most distinguished divines this
country has produced, died at his resi
dence in Danville, Ky., on the 26th ult.,
in eis year o — its age. e was an
imele of John C. Breckenridge, and he
longed to an old family that dated their
Presbyterianism from the days of the Re
roar The examination of - Tweed's bonds
men was continued at New York on Sat
urday. Among his three new sureties is
his son, Richard M. Tweed, who is put
down as worth $1,200,000, n handsome
sum for a young man of twenty-six years
of age to have accumulated, especially
as he has never before been suspected of
having any lucrative business except that
of being son of "the boss" of N©w York
,Connoly spent his .New Year in jail
,The loss of cattle in Texas, during
the recent storms, is said to have been e
normous. Running before the wind till
they were almost exhausted, hundreds of
them froze to death, standing huddled to
gether in groaps in the ravines. Of the
thousands of cattle which were in the
western part of the State, it is estimated
that the majority will be totally lost be
fore the Spring. Those surviving the
storms are in such an enfeebled condition
that they cannot endure the winter.
DOCTOR SCEOZPPE.—Wo observe (says
the Harrisburg Telegraph.) that a number
of influential journals of the State are urg
ing" Gov. Geary to give Dr. S:cliceppe,now
under sentence of death, the benefit of the
doubt of his being guilty and grant an un
conditional pardon. The doubts of his
guilt have been greatly strengthened since
his conviction, and we hope the Governor'
will take this delicate but wry important
question in band and dispose of the same
as to 11 : . M may seem hest. The Pittsburg
Dispatch, of a recent date; says
It is certainly true that the man should
be executed, have his sentence commuted,
or be pardoned. We have no right, in
law or morals, to keep a man indefinitely
in a state of living death, Governor Gea
ry ought to sign the death sentence or par
don him. Of this there can no. doubt.—
We hope that in a perfectly just and pro
per manner his case muy be disposed of.
At the .present there seemes to be a
prevalent doubt as to his guilt. The
current opinion seemes to be that no mur
.der was actually- committed. If this be
true the man ought to b), released. If
there be a reasonable doubt whether mur
der was committed lie should have the
benefit of the doubt. This is customary
and right., The non-action,of the Govern
or implies a doubt oa his part, Let him
extend the benefit to a prisoner already
too long incarcerated.
Tut CROUP St.s.so:c.—The croup sea
son, and as croup is a disease thatrequires
more prompt relief than can be offered by
•he physician, who has to be sent for, it
. n•i11 be well to bear the following simple
reintqy in mind: Take the l'4lfito of an
A;: a;, stir it thoroughly into a small quan
tity of well sweetened water, and give it
in repeated doses until a cure is affected.
If one egg is not sufficient, a second or e-
Ten a third one, slued be used.
rA committee of the city council of
13altituore have made u report asking
.Thr a loan of $1,000,000 to complete the
Western Maryland Railroad from )346.
more to Williamsport
The Se yawl Pay Baptists hare a xner....
btrzhip :,bo.y.t. EV;CV. thow.ad.
BATA lIEn Trum,.—A
correspondent of the Washington Sunday
Herald- gives the in regard , to,
the prisoner, her'o,aarters in jail; and. the
way shenpends her, time.
'Mrs, Wharton!ttill preserves her rair ,
aculous stoicism and wonderful impertur
bability of demeanor. L'ach da,y seems
to have received new strength to bear
her tribulations,, and appears more than
ever to .defy the fearful impending result.
Ifer faithful daughter still remains with
her, fondly reliant on her mother's inno
cence and trusting that the tirrible strain
upon her nervous and mental system will
soon end in convincing vindication of
that mother's intepTitv.
' "The' cell -in Wet . the 'prisoner is
confined is located in the second story of
the county jail,---an old : fashioned brick
building, more resembling . a time worn
dwelling,Without,cornice,.than a .prison.
the cell is plainly furniShed with cottage
furniture, stained brown, including a
bedstead, bureau, wardrobe, washstand,
rocker and four or five canseat chairs.—
It is carpeted with plain two-ply, laid
loosely over the stone floor, and is heated
by a lir - lain - 1u size wood stove. TWere
are no ornaments or pictures of any kind
on the walls—no paper, nothing but the
bleak white-wash, which rubs off against
one's clothing as you lean or brush against
it. The windows are • grated with iron,
and the door is barred and padlocked.—
On the mantle, behind and over the stove
is Mrs. Wharton's bible, Book of con-.
mon prayers, and Coxes Thoughts on the
&twice& On a trunk in a corner near the
=wastittatrd ---- ,
ty library,, embracing Byron's complete
works, a novel the title of 'which is "The
Young Dtike," another, "Woven of Ma
ny threads." Cologne bottles, toilette
vials, and pots of bairdyc complete the
inventory of the contents• of this apart
ment. the.furniturc is rented by Mrs.
W., and her meals are . furnished from
"Black's restaurant," She is served at
vo 'or hours mornins , and night, by. an
Amnapolitau colored gtr , sire , 4:e se e
for the occasion.
"On the same floor though separated
ly awa e corn or ( Iva in t e prison
part of the jail from the wing. iu which is
the cell above described, together With
the living or sleeping rooms of the sher
iff's family, are seven or eight colored
prisoners; but Mrs. ‘Vharton never sees
or is seen by there, as she is allowed to
come and co through the sheriff's private
entrance. Each morning promptly at
9.45 a close buck is driven up to that .en
trance,. and the prisoner, with her daugh
ter, descend by the private stairway. en
ter it, and are driven up to the court
house, about fbur squairs distant. Du
ring this drive she sees all the outside
world that she is allowed to view ex,
cept that she overlooks from her cell
windows embracing glimpses at the E
piscopal cemetrv, copal() of the Stanton
Institute (for the colored folks) and a
,stream, frozen over, that meanders
its way through straggling - fields, covered
with the shanties of the suburb of this
quaint old town. _ _
A Cow - PAY IC.—The Detroit Tribune
tells the following : A cow was the cause
of a most remarkable instance of devasta
tion a few nights since. Breaking in the
yard of Mr. Lambert's dwelling, and put
ting her head into an empty barrel in an
exploring tour lOr any contents it might
have, she was unable to extricate herself,
and soon became thoroughly frightened,
and began to rush avidly around. In this
condition she forced her way into the wood
shed, and thence into
,the kitchen, and
thence into the dining room of the house,
becoming all the while more furious, '
From this room she made her way into
the parlor, throwing down and trampling
under foot everything that came in • her
way. Mrs. Lambert aroused her husband,
who arose, and went ibr help. The cow
rushed into thebedroom where Mrs. Lam
bert, with a; little baby and one child oc
cupied a bed, another little child was in
a crib in front of it. The enraged animal
mounted the bed, but help arrived, and
not an instant too soon. The window was
raised from the outside,' and Mr. McKen
zie attempted to enter, when the barrel
gave him a blow which knocked him back
against the fence.
The children wore at last secured and
passed through the window and Mrs. Lam
bert soon followed. The door of the bed.
room was then closed; and she was left to
herself. At length she became quiet, and
the barrel fell from her head ; the doors
were opened and she walked out. The
furniture, which was very nice, is fearful
ly demoralized. The plastering was knock
ed front the walls, and panels of the doors
-In Salt Lake on the '..f9th ult. snow
was from ten to fifteen feet deep, 'whole
settlements being buried and more lives
lost. Operations in most of the minas had
been suspended. The blockade caused
much distress, coal ranging frum $lO to
$2O per ton.
re - The Franklin County, Medical So
ciety will hold their next *toted /pectin;
at Greencastle on Tuesday, 9th inst.
The exlimpress Eugenie is represented
as no ionzer abeautiful woman, but quite
gray and wrinkled.
Four bunched cities (lot the map of our
The city of Philadelphia has five hun
dred and serenty-two steeples.
Every cat in Paris is to
. be taxed at the
rate of a dollar and a quarter per ad
Lace handkerchiefs are for sale in New
York at $5O to $5OO a piece.
Per the first time in 10 years,there is no
no ll'ashburne in Congress.
A man in Cincinnati is organising a
brass band of twenty votaen.
At. last accounts the Eincrw was seven
f:ct de4 n in 13talt---',7lw.lstill fallinz.
S oval PIUS.
lie'Lookout for swindle&
mYfir chop Job pr.iWina give us a
re...Qur liamlis improving in their
130,-Waynesboro' has two lawyers and
seven doctors. Enough!
1G65 - "Big foot" was around on Monday
with navigation, as usual, somewhat
145:57•A newly married lady was made
indiguant a day or two since because a
gentleman laughingly told her "to look
out for squalls?
The Fantastics were out as usual,
on New Years Day, ana cut quite a fig
ure, to the no little amusement of a cloud
of urchins collected from. all parts of the
Ite...Now is the time to think and act
in defense of the poor and friendless—
& not - he - too lavish on your Own homes
While want and woo are both shivering
at your door.
LARGE SALE.—We direct s eclat at-
ten tia - fo — the adveitleitt - Tof &Chi
uel 33. Garver, Trustee of ;Mathias Hoff
man, of the ginggold, (Mcl,;) District to
be found in te-thiy's paper.
PAIR.—We are pleased ta - learn that
the Fair held by the ladies of Quincy,-in
Aionn's Hall, on the evening of the 2.3 d
ult., pxoved quite a success. The pro,.
ceeds amoun te, o upwar • s
rtm.Newspapers had better stop notie
irig-the-"Grecian liend - ," - formariy - of - the
ladies have got their "backs up" about
it, • They don't like to be run down be
kiwi. their backs, and no newspaper has
right YQ do so.
TEACHER WANTED.—Two of the pub
lic schools baying beenelosed in this place,
a good teacher to take up a' subscription
school for five or six months, is wanted.
The Town Hall, which is really_ fit for no
other purpose, could doubtless be had.
Lord's Supper will be administered in the
Lutheran Church in this place on Sun
day morning next. The Pastor \rill be
assisted. by Rev. L. A. Gotwult of Clutm
bersburg. Preparatory services will com
mence at 2 o'clock on Saturday. •
WEEK OF PRAYER.—This special sea
son it will be borne in mind, commences
ou Sabbath, January 7, and the whole
Christian world are invited to join in ser
•vices of prayer throughout the entire
STEALING Wiusxv.—Sonae unknown
persons on Monday morning last entered
the liquor cellar of Mr. M. G. Minter in
this place, and after, no doubt, well flu
ling themselves with "old rye," turned the
spigot and run out 'about fifteen gallons
of whisky. The price of the article con
sidered, the loss to Mr. M. is perhaps for
ty or fifty dollars. Landlords should have
an eye tA3 loafers with so tenacious an ap
petite for the "ardent."
Qum r.—The resolution passed by the
Town Council had the desired effect. The
&ring of gnus, pistols, &c. preceding the
advent of the New Year, as has been the
case heretofore,. was prevented through
the -vigilance of officer W. F. Horner, as
sisted by Deputy John H. Herr. We
learn that our High Constable, Jer. Zirn
merman,fbr some cause, which was doubt
less a good one, failed to be on duty.
e large amount of
personal property is usually disposed of
during.the months of January, Febuaiy,
March, we wish to put in a word fox' the
Record as au advertising medium.. The
edition we send out is but a couple of
quires short of one thousand copies. Its
circulation is principally confined to the
most populous and wealthy sections of
Franklin and Washington Counties.—
We therefore claim for it some import
ance fn this respect. It really in this
particular takes precidence over some pa
pers with larger circulations, Its circu
lation instead of being spread over a vast
extent of country, is confined to narrow
er limits, which makes it all the better
as a home advertising medium. In this
light.its columns offer rare advantages
to the citizens of Washington and Quin
cy townships, as well as to those living
in the adjoining Districts of Ringgold
and Leitersburg, in Washington County,
An error in this connection to which we
wish to call attention is this: Many persons
announce the sale of valuable property
through the medium of a few sale bills
only. Through their short sightedness
they forget that a few bills thus distribu
ed are noticed by but comparatively few
persons. To save five or six dollars they
dispenec with newspaper advertising and
thereby risk the loss of hundreds. Per
sons selling have often realized more than
one hundred dollars by the bidding of a
single individual. It is certainly then a
matter of great importance to give such
notices not a partial but general circula
tion, especially so where the property to
be disposed of is valuable.
Sale 11 . 2.1 s of any size' desired, prozaptl3
fu.rninlled at the usual reasonable rates•
MR, EDITOR am often asked "how
yter Young Mens' Christian Associa.
tion getting along ?" To all those who
wish to knotf I will say that it is likely
to die in, its infancy, unless more interest
is taken in it . than has yet been shown.—
Another, question is, "What do you as an
Association propose to do?" We propose
to do - all we can to "promote the spiritual,
moral and social condition of young men."
"How do you propose to accomplish your
purpose ?" By affording to the young men
of Waynesboro' and vicinity the advan
tage of a Library of good books,a reading
room where the evening may be spent profi
tably and pleasantly, a place where young
men may find a place to resort instead of
frequenting saloons, a place where they
may improve their minds and character
by reading and good social intercourse in
stead of degrading themselves byenm
ing in games and conversation common
to saloons, restaurants and general loaf
ing places. We also wish to make the
E 4 s c ieiFttion. a stepping stonero - theliiiteh,
to aoccanplish this we need the help doll
who are interested in the wellfare of our
young men. We need the help of the
ehristian ministiy,of the Christian church,
and of all who favor spiritual, moral and
social improvement in the community.—
We need too to have those who promised
to give the. .soeiation their support, keep
Thus•far we have a membership of twen
ty-four. We must have some money to
commence with, but . just here is where
the trouble seems to lie. To so many
money is the onlygod they know and. to
join the 'Association and make it a success
would cost one dollar annually., How
some weigh the dollar against an oppor;
tunity.to do good and the dollar ofteuest
wins. The next meeting of the Assoeia
tion will be on the seCond_Monday_even
ing Bth of January in the Lecture Room
of the Reformed Church.
- Etat/Frs.—We • acknowledge the fol
lowing receipts for• subscription for the
month of December:
Elder M. S. 'Newcomer,.
Daniel M. Lecronc,
.enry I a.. 4,
S.rs. Susan Phillipy,
'Miss C. I. Hoover, •
D. Mickley, sea.,
Scliafhirt dr, Imbrie,
John M• Bonebrake,
A. J. Fahnestock,
Benj. Fried, y,
J. C. Beecher, •
31. G. Minter,
Mrs. Jacob Shover,
Henry Lesher, sen.,
John Lesher of
J. D. Summers,
Cot:am—January Term of Court com
mences at Chambcrsburg on the 15th. The
jurors from Washington and Quincy town
ships are as followes :
Grand Jurors—Thos. Cunningham,
John Gehr, Jacob Heller Jacob Miller,
jr., Geo. Smith. Traverse Jurors—An
drew Crilly, Thos. S. Cunningham, D. M.
Detrick, Sol. Hartmaujohn Nichodemus,
Peter Benedict,Henry Good,Jacob Harsh
man, Daniel Lesher,(of John) John Price,
jr., John Ryder, Jacob Decker, FL C. Gil
bert, John Henninger Wm. Logue, Simon
Leeron, Amos Miller, J. C. Martin, Wm.
_Fennel, Thos. West, Daniel Williard.
XV'At a meeting of the Quincy Cor
net Band, on the 29th ult., the following
resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That we tender our. thanks
to the Ladies of Quincy and vicinity for
the interest manifested in behalf of the
Band at the _Pair.
Resolved, That we tender our thanks
to the community in general, for their
Resolved, That we tender thanks to
Messrs. A. S. Moon and Gideon Burger
for the use of the Hall.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be published in the Village Record,
L. c. KErcun, Sec'y.
DiS;' - Best Fire Test Kerosene sold at
"The Corner Drug Store."
La EPS., BURNERS, C.11131-NEYS.—The
greatest variety and largest assortment
at "The Corner Drug Store." _
LIVERY Fon SALE.—The subscriber of
fers at private sale his extensive Livery
in IVaynesboaro', consisting of horses, ye
hicks, &c. W. H. FUNK.
. BUFFALO RomEs.—A splendid lot or
assorted Bugalo Bobes, together with• a
lot of Horse Blankets, Buggy and sleigh
Blankets, just received, call and see, at
Updegrafl's Opposite Washington House,
Hagerstown. Dec. 14.-4 t.
NOTICE.--7TIO "4tibscriber notifies his
patrons that } will, in accordance with
an established pustom, send them a state
ment of their accounts, through the P. 0.
next week, apd that he desires prompt
payment. D. S. SMITIL
TUE PAST Alkin 'Tan PrzamFr.—The
old year has past with its hopes and fears
—the new opens with bright auguries for
the future. It remains for us in the pre
sent to let ow adios be governed by
sound principles in order to lay up gold
en sheaves for the time to come. To aid
in the good work call on Gebr at the Ring
gold Cross. Roads and examine his stock
of general merchandise. Notwithstand
ing he has been selling his goods lower
than they can be commonly bought ho is
still further reducing prices of winter
goods in order to make room for the
spring trade. Don't fail to call and prove
his "cheap for cash plan."
COMIERCIAL SCHOOL.—We are pleas
ed to learn that Prof Trimmer of the Dick
inson Commercial Collegeat Hagerstown,
Md. has etheted arrangements to give our
town the advantage of a Branch School,
and wo,think it:speak.s well for our young
men, that quite a number- have already
of this commendable enterprise, and we
hope that many others will follow their
example. Every facility for acquiring a
thorough business educiztion will be thus
afforded at home, including Commercial
and Bank Book-keeping, Pennuto.nship,
Business Calculations, Correspondence,
Forms, Lectures on Mercantile Law, ttc.„
Day and Night Sessions, to commence
Monday Bth inst.,, in building of J. Bea
ver, Public Square, above McKees' Store.
—For particulars address
A. M. TI:13131Elt,
' Hagerstown, or Waynesboro'.
FURS A:ki'D MI3I3fINGS."-Mink
Alasku j —ennada—M-i-nk ,
French Sable,lSquirrel. Children's Furs,
Genuine Astrachaff Sacques, Astrachan
and Angora Fringes, White Ermine,
Swan's Down, Muff Tassels, eords, But
tons, gums, Linings and in fact every
thing connected with a first-class Ladies'
Fur Manufactory, at Updegrafi's Glove
and Fur Factory, opposite__Washington
House, Hagerstown. Dec. 14-4 t.
Brooks.—lf-you wish to have your
brooms manufactured for 121 cents, - ev
erything found but the corn, send your
corn to D. B. Rtsn. -
NERVOUS DrsEAsi—How many thous
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. sold by F. FOIIRTIMAN and
P.tu.s.—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
comfbrt; you cannot ride in peace; you can
not sit with ease, and the sufferinr , when
attending to nature is almost unbearable,
and causes such feelinc , ° of dread that is
put off at great sacrifice to health and com
fort, in many instances increasing the ditE
cultyto an alarm'g extent.' Use Dr. Briggs'
Pile Remedies accord's to directions to cure
internal, external, itchingor bleedingpiles.
They are mild and reliable, and warran
ted as represented.
Sold by Druggists.
reb.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 gave 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 claw who have suffered
with Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails,Chil
blains, Frosted or Blistered Feet, &v.—
' Sold by druggists.
11A.RD SOAP -
FLOUR.— the flour market contin
ues very quiet, though the aggregate bus
ines shows some improvement on that of
the past two days.
There is a fair demand for prime wheat,
and holders are firm in their views.—
Sales of 2.soo.bushels prime red at 1,55
0 , 1,57; 400 bushels Western white at 1.-
66, and 400 bushels fancy Michigan
white at 1,83.
Rye is steady, and 400 bushelswestern
sold at 90c.
Corn is in steady request. Sales of 1.-
200 bushels new southern yellow at 68@
71 c.; 100 bushels southern white at 68e.
1,200 bushels southern at 71®72c.
Oats are less active. Sales of western
white at 54(f_1;55e. ; western mixed at a
On the '2lst of December, at the resi
dence of tho,brides parents, by the Rev.
J. Smith Gordon, Mr. TrionAs H. WEsT,
to Miss MARY 3. Oonvox, all of thii vi
On the sth day of October at the res
idence of the brides parents, nem* Getty's
btirg,-110y,the Rev. NV. S. Vancleave,
assisted the Rev. J. Smith Gordon,
Mr. JAMES S. GORDON', of Delaware, 111.
(formerly of this place,) to Miss JESNIE
M.llLcC r atGur, of Adams Co.- Pa. ,
~~ ~ ~ t ~
PIIII,,A.DELPIIIA, January 1
On the 28th ult, in the "Robert Ken
nedy Chureh,',' Welsh Run, by Revs.
Thos. Creigh and A, B. Thorne, - Mr.
JAMES CntAG and Miss Mkny daughter
of Mr. Thomas.Boviles,
T) M .A,T' I-1 9 -
In Hagerstown on the 13th ult., Airs.
SARAH B. BOULLT, wife of Thomas A.
Boullt,f 4 s' q„ aged 44 years.
rpHE'School Board of Waynesboro' want
1. to borrow Eight Thousand dollars. for
which-they will issue Bonds bcaringinter
est at the rate of seven per cent, per an
num, clear of taxes. Enquire of S. W. Coon,
By order of the Board
jan 4--6 n J. B. HAMILTON, Secretary
two story Brick House and l / 4 \ ttk
Abuilding situated on West Main ,
Waynesboro'. There is a good, Wash
House; cistern, good Stable and Shed and
hog pen all complete. Apply to
Jan 4—at F. WEAGL BY.
PUBLIC suale OF VALUA-
BLE BEAL AND
11Y virtue at a deed of Trust_Vom Math--
Ifias Hoffman, the undersigned will sell at
PublioSlitle, on -
Saturday, the 20th of January, 1872,
at Said lloirman's Store on the Smithbutlg
ty; pfd., all that
TRACT OF LAND,
on liich the said Mathias Hoffman nol
residewsituated on the West side o 1 sai
road itsjunetion with another road leado
iriffLtoVarver's Mill, containing about
24 ACRES OF LAND,
This land is under go - 671 - fenemg and - ini l ,
excellbnt stato of cultivation, and has on i
1 -a-number-of-choiee-F-PX-IT-TIMES,-and •
variety of Grapes.
It Is improved with a comfortable
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
in good repair, with a convenie — fit — STOltT. -
ROOM attached to the dwelling, a good
Frame EARN, with Stabling, a Stone Spring
House standing by a never-titil ing, Spring of
Water: There is also a large Warehouse
This_pronerty is altogether one of th
most desirable in its neighbored, eompris
ing as it does farming facilities, and being
a first-rate locality for a Country Store.—
VeY•Crops growing in the ground reserved,
The undersigned" will also sell nt the
same time and place by public auction, the
the following Personal - Property, viz-:
4 HEAD OF HORSES, B 1-IEAD OF CAT
TLE, 2 being MILCII COWS ;
Ataftft 1 111:0011--R4W, 1 3-Ilars
Bioad Tread Warzon. One lame hark. ter
Wagon, ONE T WO-TIORSE SPRING WAG
2 one-horse Sprine Wagons, 1 new CART,
1 ROCKAWAY BUGGY, 1 Trotting Eng
gy, (both new;)
2 SLEIGHS, I BARSHEAR PLOW,
Double and Single Shove. Plow, 1 /farrow,
and various other Farming Utensils:
THREESETS HUCKSTER HARNESS,
1 set of Plow Gears I set Cart Gears, 2 sets
Single Harness, 4 sets of Fly sets, with
Collars, Bridles, Lines, Lte., 1 riding Saddle,
1 Fairbanks' Platform Scales, 5 Hives
of Bees. Also,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
5 Beds, Bedsteads and Bedding,
2 Clocks, 1 Yotreau, 1 Secretary. 3 Tablet,
1i doz. Chairs, 2 COOK STOVES, 1 ten
plate Stove, 1 Morning, Glory Stove, and
other articles too • numerous to mention.-
1 Barrel and 6 . Kegs of Wine,
8 Acres of Wheat growing in the ground,
TERMS OF SALE of Real Estate :—One
third of the purchase money in cash on day
of Sale, and the balance in equal payments,
one and two years from (lay of sale. The
purchaser to give his notes with approved
security for the deferred payments with
interest from the day of sale. On payment
of the entire purchase money the undersign
ed will execute a deed to the purchaser.—
Possession will be given on April Ist, 1872.
.All soles of Personal Property of $lO - and
under, rash, on sales above $lO a credit of
six months will be given, purchasers to
give notes with approved security which• if
not paid within, ten days after maturity in
terest will be charged fromdate. No proper
ty to be removed from premises until paid
fcir or notes given.
SAMUEL B. GARVER, Trustee.
R. SUECI:M4. Jan. 4.—ts.
IN TOWN .A.G-.AINI
TE subscriber would inform the citizens
of Waynee,boro' and vicinity that he has
•`turned up" in town, and opened a BOOT
and SHOE SHOP in the Coach Factory of
Geo. E. Hawker, on second floor, East Main
street, where he is prepared to do all work
in his line of business.
Se Measures taken at private residences
. Dec. 27-tf THOS. BRINGMAY.
Grgr,nor v Man (L , Quo= Sts"
LANTZ 4-, UNGER, Proprietors
The UNION has been entirely refited
and re-furnished in every department, and
under the supervision of the present pro
prietors, no effort will be spared to deserve
a liberal share of patronage:
Their tables will be spread with the
best the Market affords, and their Bar
will always contain the choicest Liquors.
The favor of the public solicited.
Extensive Stabling and Attentive IloStlers.
Dec.. 14-1 y
DISSOMILT I TIO-W.
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Miller & Beaver was dissolved on
the Ist, of March 1871, by mutual consent.
The Books are at the old stand and will be
settled by J. W. Miller. MI persons indebt
ed are requested to call and settle immedia
The business will hereafter be conducted
by J. IV. MILLER & CO.
TIIE undersigned, in accordance with an
established custom, will send through
the Post Office about the second week in
January, accounts to his patrons for settle
went. Prompt payment is requested
Dee 21-3 t S. B. RiNEHART.
CaNWEX CNOCAVE spectacles at
• CALENDAR FOR 1872:
- bi 4
January, 1 '2
34 5 0
7 8 9.10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31
February, 1 2 3
4 . 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12. 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
' 9 5 26 27.28 29
March,' 1 2
3456 7 8 9
,TO 11 1213 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 9 6 27 28 29.30
April, 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
• 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 9 5 9 6 9 7
28 29 30
12 3 4
6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 I&
9 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
2 3. 4' s G 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
IQ 17 18 19 21,3 21 22
23 24 25 26 21 28 29
123 4 5 a
7 8 0 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26. 27
29 30 3.1
•1 2 3
4 5 ? 8 9 19
11___12__13_14_ 1.5 _ 16_17
18 19 20 21 22 23 9 4
9,7 9,9„, 9 ' I '
September, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 .9 10 11 12 13 14
15' 16 17 1& 1920 21
242, .23 - 24 2,5. 2,6, - 27728.
October, 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13.14'15 16 17 18 19
20 21 9 2 23 24 9 5 26
27 28 29 30 31
November, 1 2:
3456 7 8 9
•• • 10 11 12 1,3 14 1' 16
17 18 li. 20 21 2:,: .:3
9 4 9, 5 9 6 9 7 28 29 30
December, 1 2 . 4 6 7
8 010 11 .12 13 14
I .- 'l7 18 - 1 - 9 2(
22 23 24 23 26 27 28
29 30 31 , .
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