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114-The debt of Bsatimgre4ty is ab4ut
4;28,000,000. • -*
mlleavy siiow fell throughout• north
ern Ohio and; Southern Indiana on :Sun
Ite"Ille Kentucky Senate by 20 yeas
:to 1 nays, voted to allow colored persons
to testify in the courts.
m..A groat fire oeeured at Reading,
Pa, on the 10th inst. and destroyed pro
perty to the amount of $250,000. '
ria..Tohn S. Mosby, the great guerilla
has been appointed and confirmed brigk
dier general of the Maryland militia.,
1?E46-ittorney .General Seyster deliver
ed the closing speech in the Wharton tri
al at Annapolis. Md., on Tuesday, when
the case was given to the jury. Decision
ttEg6The National Prohibition party
'will bold a national nominating conven
tion at Columbus, Ohio, on the 22d of
February, for the purpose of naming can
didates for the Presidency and Vice Pres
The Government having ordered
- a - strengthening and-arming-of-several_
S,outhern fortifications, the Charleston (S.
C. News attributes the fact to an es• •c-
ted rupture between the United States and
In New York on Siinday Rev. J.
D. Bradley, an Episcopal . minister, an
nounced from . his pulpit that he had with
wenticl.in the future link his destiny with
acir The Chicago Post, favors the prop
osition to make McClellan Vice President
of the Erie road, in place of the deceased
Fisk, on the ground that nobody else
vouldibekilled:on the road if McClellan
vereput at the head of it. '
In-Harry W. Gray has been nomina
ted for State Senator by the republicans
of - the - Fourth-Serratorial-District of—Phil
udelpliia. Col. A. K. 11IcLure will .run
as an independent candidate, and
_Democrata_vvill make no nomination
VZ•The telegraph brings reports o
.veral peculiarly tCrrible--t-r-si-gad-le.
throughout the country during Saturday
and Sunday. At Lockville, Massaehu
sets, a man with liquor mania shot four
others; at Louisville several persons were
wounded by an insane boy and a family
poisoned while eating.
Se-Thero is an ugly prospect •of a
renewal of the Legislative war at New
Orleans. Carter, the speaker of the bolt
ing House of Delegates, promises to make
a forcible attempt to sieze the •Mechan
ics' Institute, where the Warmoth House
is in session, and replace himself as speak
er. The Warmothites have the Metro
politan police, all armed with rifles, and
Carter two thousand men at his back.
£Tho Legislature of Illinois has
passed a bill enacting that no liquor shall
hereafter be sold in that State without li
cense, and no license shall be issued un
til the party applying therefore shall give
bonds in $3,000 with two freehold securi
ties, for the payment of all damage incur•
red:in person or property by the sale of
liquor under such license, the penalty to
be recovered in the name of the State for
the use of the person injured.
Nrw Bou}my BILL.—An important
bill has been introduced into Congress by
the lion. L. D. Shoemaker, granting .to
every person,oftcor or otherwise, who serv
al in the army or navy of the Unite d
States, for the period of ninety days dur
ing the rebellion, and received an honora
ble discharge from service, and who has
not already received the benefit of the acts
a warrant for one hundred and sixty acre,
of land, or, in case such person shall have
since died, to his widow or minor children:
a subsequent marriage not to impair the
right of such widow to the warrant. A
point of considerable interest in the bill
is the authority which it confers for the
amignmeut,tmnsfer 0? location of the war
rants by the warrantees, or their legal rep
resentatives, according to the provisions
existing laws regarding the public lands.
Sta - 'The will of the late Alexander Lor
rnan, whose estate is valued at $1,250,000
contains the following bequeath to chari
table institutions in Baltimore city :
Blind Asylum, $50,000; Baltimore
Orphan Asylum, 810,000 ; Aged Women's
Home, $lO,OOO ; Aged Men's Home, $lO,-
000 ; Union Orphan Asylum, $10,000;
Church Home and Infirmary, $10,000;
Yriertell..vs, $lO,OOO ; St. Paul's ,Orphan
.Asylum, $lO,OOO ; Mt. Hope Retreat, $lO,-
000; Man:4lz School, $10,000;
, Buy's Hon 10,000; Poor As
sociation, sl6;ooo";'3laryltMd State Bi
bleeociety, $10,000; to Mr. Edward Bo
berts, for many.:-Yorrs the cnnfidcntial
clerk.of Mr. Lorman, a bequfst of $120,-
0W also alffurnitures, win tat, paintings
Platfr, Ile. •
Eln.stirprox.—The &Atha by sznial-por.
in Philadelphia, during the week ending
January 13th numbered 216, and week
ending January 20th; 203.
FiAs';: brain weighed tifty-eight ounces.
Dsniet Wfix.ter's weighed but fifty-three
S I 41-r w .
. MALE LIEGIBTRY.—Tho public salm of
real and. ,personal, property advertiio
through the •columns of the Record come
off in the foileiing order:
J. & D. H. Wiles, a tract of Mountan
I and,_.saturdav, February 3d. -
Henry Carbaugh, personal property,
Thursday, February Bth. •
J. R. Welsh, a house and lot, Satur
day, Feb. 10.
Jacob S. Bassler, personal property,
Wednesday, Feb: 14.
J. W. Miller, a house and . lot, eator
day, Feb. 10.
Abrm. Snowberger, personal property,
Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Our tovT,e6ntinues health•.
gr.Tbe'il.. R. Committee are at work
' - On the increase—Our subscription
TRYING—These cold nights on the
Ear Street kissing.is a right exclusive
ly claimed by the ladies.
DULL—The matrimonial market in
Waynesboro' and vicinity,
Take your local paper in prefer
-mice to all fureign-importations
' PUBLIC SALms.—Attention is directed
BEr.A. Lodge of Colored Odd Fellows
has been organized in Greencastle. ,
The old veteran with the "Ivhite
hat" sticks close to home thiS winter. -
u63.-The chap with the "big boots" put
in an appearance at the Brew House on
Etc-A—Among these said to be "pen
uprise and pound foolish" ranks the busi
ness man that is too stingy to advertise.
fiErThe-next-excitement_will be. - St.
Valentine's day. Look out ye Bachelors
—tremble ye Benedicts, for this is Leap
Y - 11t - C. -- A.—Union — Prayer—Mß,eting
will be held in the Lecture Room of the
Ev. Lutheran Chiirch, on next
- afternoon_atL3/ o'clock.
Derlsrael Williar recently-sold-1-25
acres o mountain anc , near -a i i asvi e
to ex-Mayor Chapman, of Baltimore, for
the sum of $42 per acre.
Sti'The farm of John Hoover, situate
near Chewsville, Washington county, Md.,
and containing about 70 acres, was re
cently sold for $l6B per acre. .
Ur On Sunday, the 7th inst., the re
mains of Wm. L. Philips, who committed
suicide in Chambersburg were inte• red in
the Cemetry at Lewisburg,with the honors
Poon.—The man who borrows the 14-
cord every week baa purchased a double
barrel gun of Johnston, up street, and
keeps four dogs. He takes his bug juice
DECIDED.—The committe on elections in
the House, agreed on Thursday last to re
port against Hon. .John Cessna, of this
District, W ho contested the seat of B. F.
Myers: The committee . stood eight to one.
QUINCY Mums.—Messrs. John and Hen
ry Clay, of Dauphin county, Pa., whose
purchase of the Quincy Mills we noticed
sometime since, took possession on the
11th. They arts represented as first-class
SOLD.-Mr. Samuel B. Garver, Trus
tee of Mathias Hoffman, on Saturday
last, sold 24 acres of laud, with Dwelling,
Store House, &e., thereon, near .Ringgold,
for the sum of $3611. Purchaser, Mr•
John Stoner, sen.
ngLoGED.—The Sentinel published
at Manheim, Lancaster county, Fa.,
J.' M. Ensminger, Esq., has been enlarg
ed and otherwise very materially improv
ed. The Sentinel ranks among ous moat
TEE BOWDEN Efousr.—This well-known
public house was last week purchased by
Mr. George Middour, of this place, from
Hastings Grahr, of Chambersburg, for the
sum of $6,500. We understand it is his
iatEntion to rent the property. '
AT HOME.—Our friend, Maj. D. H.
Brotherton, of the 6th Beg. U. S. Infant
ry, who has been stationed for sometime
at Port Levenworth, Kansas, arrived in
this place last week. We regret to state
that his 'health is somewhat impaired and
that he has been relieved of duty fir a
time on this account. But among kind
friends and in a healthy town like Way
nesboro', we hope to be able to reporthim
convalescent in a short time.
lamvar.n.---Tho Court hut week gran
ted hotel licenses to tho following indi
Danl. Stayer, Roxbury ; A. D. Gordon,
Waynesboro ; Elliott &Shinnefield:Cham
bersburg ; John Miller, Chambersburg ;
Gideon Burger, Quincy ; W. E. Kromer,
Jr., Funkatown ; David Guyer, Letter.
kenny ; James A. Haus, Greencastle
Lewis Etter, Marino.
AINGOOLD.—T4e package of flyers for
Ringgold will hereafter be sent to Gmirß's
Store instead of the Post Office. Bs this
arrangement I.estage wig be raved.
Ho! FOR THB EBBORO' STATION!
--The ,cars of the W. M. R. not , riin
daily fromitaltiMore, city - to Rouzer &
Shover's warehouse,4i miles flint WaY
neiboro' and 1 frotaFikeiville, in Frank
lin cOunty,. Peiteeit 'Mud' freight .
from Franklin, Bedford and Hundington
counties, Pa., will now seek this route to
ge to Baltimore, and lii - "ririe - irs — ihip their
produce to the same market. The pros
pects for the W. M. R. R. and the mer
chants and traders of • Baltimore now o
pens attspiciously. •
Waynesboro' is but 80 miles from Bal
timore via the W. M. R. R. while by the
way of Chambersburg and Harrisburg it
is 180 miles to Philadelphia. Travelers
and men of business will always seek the
shortest and cheapest and best route both
for business and pleasure. This .rich re
gion of Pennsylvania disregarding State
lines as mere myths at best, will now
seek the Baltimore market, if the mer
chants of that city are wide awake, and
sell goods on as accommodating terms as
-the merchants and traderi of Philadel
The merchants of the latter place are
now sending "drummers" out to noti f y
merchants and farmers in Western Md.
and Southern Pennsylvania, that to those
and buy in Philadelphia, that they will
pay the freight from the latter place to
2alvert Stfeet --- Pepot on all goods
lit in that place and shipped on this
'Our friend of the Clarion has some
what overdrawn upon his imagination, as
the counties of Bedford and Huntingdon
are perhaps further • from Waynesboro'-
Station than •Baltimore is, with the North
founts': • • • • herefore not
at all likely that any freight from those
regions would reach this Station, to which
access is had with great difficulty from the
immediate neighborhood West of th e
Mountain. The importance of a Branch
Road to Waynesboro' is therefore as im
portant as it is apparcn..
TAKE TETE PAPER.—SOtrie one hits the
nail squarely on the head when he says,
"what tells us so readily the standard of
a town or county as the a .earance of
its paper? And its youth or its age can
'as well be determined by the observing
as by a personanotice. The enterprise
of its citizens is'depicted by its advertis
ments their liberalit b the looks of the
paper. Some papers show a good, solid,
healthy foundation, plethoric purses, a
well-to-do appearance generally ; others
show a striving to contend with tile grasp
ing thousands around them, trying hard
to wrench out an existence from the close
fisted community around them.
Take your home paper ; it gives you
more news of immediate interest than o
ther papets; it talks for you when other
localities belie you; it stands up for your
rights; you always have a Champion in
your home paper, and those who stand up
for you should certainly be well sustain
ed. Your interests are kindred and e
qual, and you must rise or tall together.
Therefore, it is your interest to support
your home paper; not grudgingly, but in
a liberal spirit; as a pleasure, not as a
disagreeable duty; but as an investment
that will 'amply pay the expenditure."
WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN GONE.—
We are pained to announce the death of
Dr. JOHN J. OSUMI, which took place at
his residence in this place on Tuesday
morning last. The Dr. had been subject
for several years to sudden attacks bor
dering upon apoplexy, from which he re
covered, however, and was in the enjoy
ment of his usual health up to Saturday
last, when he was taken suddenly ill,which
was followed with an apoplectic attack on
Monday, causing death.on Tuesday. The
Dr. we believe was a native of our town
and had followed his profession for a per
of forty years or more. As a physi- ,
clan he was widely known and had many
warm friends and admirers, who will la
ment his sudden death.
ODD FELLOWS' SUPPER.-A very sump
tuous Supper was served up to Waynes
boro' Lodge of Independent Odd FelloWs,
at the Bowden House, in this place, on
Tuesday evening last, eighty or ninety
persons partaking of the good things pre
pared fcr tlioccasion. A course of Oys
ters gone through with, the tables were
re-set and loaded with fowl, cakes and a
profusion of ether delicacies, all of which
are said to have been gotten up in th e
good style for which "Aunt Nancy" is no
ted, the brotherhood enjoying a good time
in general. About twenty-five members
of the Fairfield, Adams county Lodge
were present as guests and partook of the
savory dishes. The procession at IT o'clock
was escorted from the Lodge to the Hotel
by the Waynesboro' Band.
terOur enterprising Photographer,.
Mr. L. C. BRAcEnna, has returned from
the city and opened out in the room, un
der his Gallery an assortment of beauti
ful pictures, picture frames, stationary,
&c. &c. We advise the public, those es
pecially with a tact for the beautiful, to
call and examine his stock, which is a
novelty in nur town, where also are fur
nished photographs which will compare
favorably with the best Baltimore ,or
Philadelphia specimens. : He has the
latest improvements known to the art.
, John Rogers aged 103 years, the oldest
tnan in Boston, died on the 11th.
EDtroili readers are doubt
less- '' aware of the organization of. the
"Young Men's Christian. Aisociation'' in
this place. As yet the membership is
not large. Thinking that if , the objects
*ere more generally known many persons
would unite themselves with us in this
work, and therefore . desire to set forth
briefly the following:
. Object-to pro note' evangelical reli
gion among young men" residing in this
town and vicinity. To accomplish this
end it is designed to hold weekly and
monthly prayer meetings and such other
religious exercises as may be found expe
dient. To obtain a room ib which the
members and other young men can meet
every evening for the purpose of social
converse, prayer, reading of books, etc.—
To make it attractive so that young men
may be drawn to it to spend their even
ings and leisure hours, and thuslead them
to abandon the habit of loafing in objec
To the devotional meetings we trust
that the Congregations of the different
churches will continue to give good atten
If all good Christians will give this as
sociation their countenance and support
it will doubtless become a means of ef-
acting, mlich goodifft . is community.
Qualifications for membership : Any
man who is a member in good standing
of an Evangelical -ChurchTmay—become
tution and paying in advance one dollar
annually. Any man of good moral char
acter may become an associate member
by the payment of one dollar in the same
manner. Ladies may become members
by the payment of fifty cents annually.
SPECIMENS.—SeveraI fine specimens of
ore taken from an ore bank on the farm
of Mr. A. S. Monn, can be seen at this
office. Mr. M. has been prospecting for
several weeks and will take pleasure in
showing persons who call upon him what
developments he has made. He is anx
ious that - perions interested and those fa
miliar with the different qualities of iron
ore. should call and examine for them
selves. Mr. Moan's lower farm, which
lies near the Blue Rock School House, is
also known to contain great quantities of
valuable ore, but a different quality from
the specimens in our possession. Should
the Harrisburg_and_rotomae Railroal
reach our town over its proposed route,
not only the lands of Mr. Monn, but those
belonging to his neighbors must necessa
rily be enhanced in valuation on ac
count of these mineral deposits.
THIEF ARRESTED.—TweIve bushels of
clover-seed were stolen from the barn of
Mr. Noah Sheely, near Cashtown, this
county, on Saturday night, January 6th.
On Tuesday following, Mr. Sheely, ac-,
companied by several others,went to Frank
lin county, in search of the seed or infor
mation concerning it, and whilst there
learned that a man named Harry White
had been seen to cross the mountain with
a wagon at night under suspicious cir
cumstances. He was accordingly arres
ted, (by Detective Horner, of Fayette
ville,) at his residence, in Greencastle, and
lodged in jail here on Friday evening last,
to await his trial by Court. It is said he
has made some damaging confessions.—
The seed has been recovered, Mr. Sheely
fully identifying the bags containing it.—
..The annual report of the Cumnaer
land Valley Railroad contains the follow
The Southern Pennsylvania Railroad,
leading from Marion, a point on this road,
to Mount IPeasant in Franklin county a
distance of twenty-five miles, has been
completed and accepted by the Cumber
land Valley Railroad Company under the
terms of the lease, the conditions of which
are stated in our last year's report. This
road, after passing through the richest and
most beautiful part of Franklin county,
reaches the ore mines of the Mount Plea
sant Iron Company, which upon the au
thority of a personal examination of them
by Prof. Lesley, are pronounced to be ex
cellent in quality, most abundant in quan
tity and mined with unequaled facility.
We have thus by these roads, all of which
will be in operation early in the summer,
reached every desirable point for trade
and travel on either side of our valley.—
It is contemplated 1 o extend the Scotland
and Mount Alto Road to Waynesboro',
which, if completed, will secure a most
desirable accommodation to the enterpris
ing manufacturers, as well as farmers in
the vicinity of that place.
ne...A complete set of burglar's tools
was recently found concealed between the
ceiling and roof of the Reformed Church
Rumor has it that an attempt was since
made to fire the Post office in that places
and that the Mayor bad received a writ
ten notice that the town would be fired if
the tools were not returned by a specified
STAGE LrsE.—The traveling public
and other business men will be pleased to
learn that Mr. B. F. Bain, is making ar
rangements to run a daily stage line from
this place to Montery, or Summit Station,
which will leave Waynesboro' at 9.A. M.,
arriving at Summit Station, at 11 A. M.,
making connection with the train on the
W. M. R. R.; leaving Summit Station, at
1 1 M., arriving , at Waynesboro' at. 3
P•••• " •
WCYT.E tr, ADVERT.LSERS-Thfit the cir
culation of the Record in Washington
and .Quincy townships exceeds that of all
the papers ip the county combined.
THOIABRIBBURo AND POTOMAC RAIi-
MOAD.- 1 -The Carlisle Van/deer has
following itithteittente to tlni col:Strae'.
tion of this . oad: "Notwithstanding the,
weasional ispells of cold weather,
bas 'been progressing rapidly on the lino .
of the:Harrisburg and Potomac Railroad.
A hundred and fifty men are employed
and ten miles have already been graded.
"The President of the road,- D. V.-Ahl,
seems to be indefatigable in his efforts to has
ten this important work on to completion.
The latest move is-to run :a branch road
to Petersburg, Adams county, the people
of that vicinity having subscribed $50,-
000 to the project. Considerable interest
has also been manifested- in' Franklin
county, and . there is not much doubt that
stock enough will be taken to extend the
road from Cleaversburg to the Potomac.
"The early completion of this , railway
is a matter of, the deepest concern to ev
ery citizen of the county. The develop
ment of the vast iron interests of the
South Mountain region will bring em
ployment to thousands of men, and revive
. branch of trade. The prostration
&business in this valley, during the past
year so, has resulted mainly from the
fact that all our dependence is upon agri
culture; and when cro is fail, or • rims are
low, there is a stagnation in every branch
of trade. But line the South Mountain
with smoking furnaces, and the whole as
pect of business will be changed—Work-
- men - w n• - rea y - emp oym - en at goo'
wages, stcre keepers will find sale for
goods at cash, and every branch of me
chanical industry will receive a new im
"The new road will be an especial ad
vantage to the villages of Boiling Springs,
u' • dletown Pa . ertown and Clevers-
burg, and indeed will put a new phase
on the whole South Mountain region.—
That its construction is assured beyond
a doubt, it is the duty of every good citi
zen to wish the project well and lend a
helping hand. The new road will he of
no immediate advantage to us of Carlisle
but the question whether it will specially
benefit this or that locality sinks into in
significance in view of the lasting benefit.
it must inevitably confer, upon the county
in general. Success, then, to the Harris
burg and Potomac railroad, and may . the
whistle of its locomotive - soon be - heard
along its entire line, from the Susquehan
itar'TßE PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL
has begun this year well. In no other
periodical do we find human nature so
thoroughly treated. We always see some•
thing in it which instructs us, something
which entertains and something that is
amusing. It is also a capital family
Magazine. In the February number
we find illustrated articles and sketches
on the following:—James Denoon Rey
mert, the eminent Norwego-American-
How the faculties Combine; Protoplasm,
or the mystery of Physical life; Expres
sion—its Anatomy and philosophy; Con
jugal Psychology; Joshua Watson, the
Philanthropic Churchman; "Follow your
Nose," or, how the Nose indicates charac-.
ter; Rheumatism, its Causes and its Cure;
Great Criminals; Plain Penmanship; Pre-
Adamites found in the Bible, a new read
ing of Genesis; Governor Washburn of
Massachusetts; A Marvelous Conjurer;
Pickles, etc. Price 30 cents, single Nos.;
$3 a year. S. R. Wells, New York.
linuvrEnv.-:—Rev. C. IV. Kirby of the
M. E. Church, charged with committing
adultery with .the wife of James King of
Chambersburg, was tried for_ the offence
last week at Chambersburg, convicted and
sentenced to pay $2OO fine, costs, and un
dergo thirty days imprisonment in the
county jail. It is not long since Kerby
preached and lectured on temperance in
The contract for the soldiers' mon
ument at Antietam with James B. Bat
terson, of Hardford, Connecticut, hay been
ratified, the price to be paid being thirty
thousand dollars, and the work to be com
pleted within two years. The design of
the monument includes a white granite
pedestal twenty-five feet high, surmoun
ted by a colossal statue of a soldier of the
same material. That statue will be twen
ty feet high, weighing sixty-five tons, and
the largest of modem times.
SerC. W. Ashcom tendered his resig
nation as Collector of Internal Wvenue
of this District, and Col. John L. Ritchie,
of Mercersburg, has been appointed in his
stead. Col. Richie will make an oblig
ing and efficient officer.
tm..'lle trial of Charles Wright of Ch am
bersburg for murder, takes place at Holi
dayeburg, Blair County, this week. Hon.
J. M'D. Sharpe and W. S. Stenger, Esq.
have been employed to defend him.
AccturrrED.—A telegram at our office
yesterday announced the acquittal of Mrs.
Wharton for the murder of Gen. Ketchum.
m.. Postmaster Henry Smith,'-of St.
James, Long Island, set a trap gun on
Wednesday night for burglars, but for
getting the gun, went to the office to ob
tain a package and was shot, dying the
Geo. S. Dennis, of Somerset coun
ty, Md., has been elected. U.S. Senator in
place of Vickers, w.bose term of office es
, fires in March.
of„t4e Huitarian Chnch,.,of Ithe - , gessiah,
Nelir,York,and one'of piCminent
menibeis of the denominition, his re
nounced, Unitarianism. Hp preached a
sermon to his
_congregation. announcing his
change of views. He now professes a firm
belief in the divinity of Christ and in the
Trinity—the equality of the Godhead-and
on this doctrine he says he takei his final
stand. In 'the course of his sermon he said:
In my youth I was a doubter. You
cannot tell me anything about the exper-.
ience of the skeptic ; I have had it all. I
have doubted all the way down to the bot
tom of things. In my Cambridge days I
doubted even my own existence. I doub
ted God and immortality. But the truth
has crept up, little by little, and now I
take this step, which is.my final one.
A fair-haired, love-sick youth in Ohio,
presented his 'girl' with a pair of those
new-fax!gled metallic garters 9n Christ
mas; He thought they were the latest
thing in bracelets and only discovered his
mistake upon requesting her to "t r
them on." He. don't go there any more.
A Terre Haute (Ind.) man whose es
tate was valued at $l. 250,000, kept him
self so short of food and clothing that he
was found the other day, frozen to death.
His son proved himself a chip of the old
block by boxing his father up and send
ing him several hundred miles as frei,h
an pay t e exorbitant express
Mr. Anderson, of amberst, Va. was care
lessly handling a pistol on the 10th in-
entering his wife's bosom and inflicting a
mortal wound. They had been married
Miss Jane owens, of Green CO., Missis
sippi, IS years old, and her brother, 12
years old, were handling a gun which
was thought to be unloaded. All at once,
while in the boy's hands, the gun went off
brain, killing her instantly.
A little girl in Ithaca, just before she
died, exclaimed, "Papa, take my hand
and help me across." Her father had
died two months before: Did she see
i:gis°•Prime Cider Vinegar, at The Corner
Ths..Use Dr. Amberson's Vegetable Vet ,
FRESH FISH.—On Friday afternoon
REID expects to have a supply of fresh
FANCY CAKES—Lemon snaps, Cream
jumbles, and Arrowroot biscuit, at REID'S
Our friend Gehr at the Ringgold
Cross Roads is.,re understand still' kept
very busy. All those in want of goods at
short profits should give him a call.
Book Binding a Speciality.—Bring in
your Magazines, &c. and have them bound.
• L. C. BRACKBILL.
For. RENT.—The new dwelling house
belonging to A. D. Gordon is offered for
rent. jan. 18—tf.
FOR RENT.—The Bowling Alley con
nected with the Waynesboro' Brewry is
offered for' rent'
FOR SALE.—One fine riding and driv
ing horse, rising seven years ; one colt
rising three years. Enquire of the Prin-
LIVERY FOR SALE:—The subscriber of
fers at private sale his extensive Livery
in Waynesboro', consisting of horses, ve
hicles, &c. W. H. FUNK.
TAXES !—TaxEsl—Delinquents, Look
Out !—The taxes in my hands for collec
tion; if not paid within ten days from this
date, will positively be collected with
costs. Pay up, then, and save costs.
Jan 25-2 t W. F. HORNER, Col.
FOR REST.-A store room nearly 50ft.
deep, with open fiont and show windows,
in the business part of Main St. Also
several pleasant rooms and private houses
for rent. Enquire at this office. .
Pams.—Look at those Itatures sad see
the agony depicted in the face. It cannot
be helped While the trouble remains.—
The suffering from piles is of a very aggrava
ted decription. You cannot walk with any
comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you can
not sit with ease, and the suffermr when
attending to nature is alratist unbharable,
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.
NERVOUS DISEASE.—How 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, hysteria', 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 &radical change and pos
itive cure. Sold by F. FounTintart and
Vex-Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails
and their attendantills, have been, in years
gone by, and will be in years to come, a
Bourse of much discomfort and unhappi
ness to those who are annoyed with them.
By persistent efforts and untiring
verence, Dr. S. Briggs gave the suf=
humanity his remedies—Alleviator and
Curative. The popularity which they have
gained, and the entire satisfaction derived
from their use, is well known and can be
attested by all classes who have suffered
blains, Frosted or Blistered Feet, &e.—
Sold by druggists.
At Fairfield, Jan. 18 1872, by Rev. E.
S. Johnston; of Eintnittzburg, Md., Mr.
DANIEL, IL 014. ER, of Franklin Co. to
Miss LEAH A. aACOBs i of Adams CO. Pa.
In Mereersburg, on the 18th inst., WIL
LIAM D. LIGHTNER, aged 18
months and 25 days. ,
Near Upton on the 10th inst., JAMES B.
"CANODE, aged 19 years.
Near Fayetteville, on the 17th inst., Mr.
JAMES CRAWFORD, in his 73d year. '
Near Chamhersburg,on the 18th inst.,
Jorn(GsELL, his 6th year.
FLOUR.—FIour was more active this
morning than it has been for several days,
and the • eneral feelin in the market was
rmer. extern super, very choice,
at $6.50. 200 do. Extra at $7.121.200 do.
at 7.50, 200 Howard Street extra at $6.-,
email@example.com. 200 do. at $7, and 100 How- .
and Street family at $8.50 per bbl.
-;- ,111 sus e s — ennsy va
nia red at 1,50g160 cents, and 600 Ma
ryland do. at 135 cents for common and
164 cents for good.
Receipts nearly 40,000 bushels and
sales 20,000 bushels white at 63@66 c..
the latter an advance of 1 cent per bush
el, 5,000 do. yellow at 67 cents, and 5,-
000 do. Western mixed at 67®68/ cent.
Oats is _steady and firm. Sales 1.500
tvils ses a tmTM-Krbuste-1:---
OTICE ishereby given that Letters of
1.11 Administration to the Estate of Sue A.
Gordon, late of Waynesboro', dee'd., have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immediatepayrue: t
and those having claims against the said -
Estate, will present them properly authei.-
ticated for settlement.
THE undersigned executor of Ann Maria.
Blair, late of Waynesboro', Pa., deed.,
wilLexpose to public-sale r -on-Saturday,-Feb--
ruary 10th, 1372. oii the premises, the fol
lowing real estate : A GOOD TWO-STORY
D" E ROUSE s ,
with a two-story back building, lately oc
cupied by, dec'cl., situated on South East
Corner of Church St and a 12 ft alley, in
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
when terms will be made known by
Jan 25—ts J. W. MILLER, Ex'r.
On WEDNESDAY 14th FEBRUARY, '72.
UHE subscriber, residing at the Wharf,
1 3 miles North of Waynesboro', on - the
road leading to Chambersburg, intending
to leave this County, will sell at Public Sale
on the 14th Fedruary, the following per
sonal property, to wit:
3 Head Horses.
A. D. GonnoN.
two of which are number one plow lead
ers, the other is three years old, not thor
oughly broken but has been rode and drove
and is perfectly gentle;
well broke and very gentle, both gund size
one an excellent leader;
12 HEAD ror CATTLE,
six of which are good Mulch Cows, two will
be fresh about the day of sale, the balance
being young cattle;
80 . HEID OF HOGS,
among which arc 2 fine Chester White
Brood Sows ; 1 three-horse Barshear Plow,
1 double and 1 Single Shovel Plow, 1 pair
Hay Carriers, good as new;
18ET 8 LACKSHITH TOOLS
among which are one good Anvil and Bel
lows; also Household and Kitchen Furni
ture not necessary to mention.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said
day when a credit of 12 months will be giv
en on all sums of Ten dollars and upwards,
purchasers giving their notes with approv
ed security, JACOB S.. BASSLER.
Jan 2.5--ts Geo. V. Wing, Auct.
PUBLIC i SALE.
On WEDNESDAY 21st FEBRUARY, '72.
THE subscriber intending quit farming,
will sell at Public Sale, at his residence
2 miles North of. Wanesboro', one mile
horn Snow Hill near the public road lead
ing to Tomstown, on the 21st day of Febru
ary, the following personal property, to wit :
4 Work Horses
19 HEAD OF CATTLE,
4 of which aro Mulch COWES, one heifer will
be fresh about the day of sale,l Brood Sow,
2 PLANTATION WAGONS,
one nearly new ;1 IicCORMICK REAPER,
good as new, 1 Buckeye Reaper,l Hay Rake,
1 Giain Drill, 3 Barshear Plows, 2 Shoves
Plows, 2 Harrows, 1 Jackscrew, 2 Hay Car
riers, 1 Wagon Bed, 1 set Breechbands, 2
sets Front Gears, Plow Gears, bridles, col
lars, halters, cow chains, single and double
trees. forks, rakes and shovels, 1 wheelbar
row, 2 sets dung boards, 1 feed trough, rye
straw by the bundle, a lot of old iron, 1
Grain Cradle, about 35 grain bags most of
which are home-made ;
20 SOAPS OF ITALIAN BEES,
also 2 Tables, 1 eight-day Clock, 1 Meat
Bench, wood saw and buck, tubs, buckets,
crocks, pudding moat by the crock, and oth
er articles too numerous to mention. Sale
to commence at 9 o'clock on said day when
terms will be made known.
Geo. V.Mong, Auct.
14C A. 12► 2 .G E S
BALTIIIORE, Jan. 22
2 YOUNG MULES,
one of which is rising three years ;