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Thursday, rebrusry 8, '172.
.General Hancock declines to be the
Democratic candidate for Priacnt,
nellobcrt J. Brent, Fsq., a prominent
- lawyer of Baltimore, died on Sumlay...
Mir The House at Harrisburg, has pass
ed a bill to prevent the selling or giving
away of liquor on election days. •
'im,..The number of d&Lths from mall
pox in Philadelphia for the weak :ending
Monday last were one hundred
mk...A contemporary threatens to send
a sraali-pnx patient after his subscribers
n•ao are in arrears for their paper for
more, than a year.
AZ - Chief Justice Chase is buying up
Rhode Nand. He has nh•eady pur
chased five acres, and is keeping a sharp
eye on the other fifteen.
YThe Georgia Republicans have ap
pointed a full list of delegates to the
National Convention at Philadephia, and
instructed them to vote for Grant.
. The Supreme * Court of * 'Kansas
suspended the execution of Dr. it/kali
cott, who was to have been hanged last
Friday for poisoning Mr. Ruth, until the
22nd of March. .
The enormous quantity of $13,000.
000 worth of dry goods were imported in
iew or . uring t• e mont o anuary,
being the largest importation on record,
with one exception.
M. M. POMEROY, called "Brick," was
receLtly sued . for $25;000 damages for
breach of promise of marriage by Sadie
Wilkinson, of New Haven, he having
ta.Pennsylvania, has more post offices
than any other State Union. The number
of post offices in Pennsyl anis is 2,893,
and in New York, 2600. e whole army
of postmaster in the United States amount
—The-residence of R S Pope,one_!
and a half miles from Jerusalem, Va.,
- _LI_ !..9..1.0 • II I I -
cr and sister of Mr. Pope, while attempt
ing to save their effects upstairs were burn
ed to death.
terThe bill authorizing the people o
Baltimore to take a vote upon the ordi
nance granting further aid to the amount
of $1,000,000 to the W. M. R. R. has
passed both houses of the Legislature,
and nothing now remains but to put it to
a vote of the people.
eiiirOn the 22d of day February it
has been suggested that every man, woman
and child in the land give one cent for the
finishing of the national monument. This
will make about four hundred thousand
dollars,and the great work will be properly
called the Nation's tribute to the Father
of his country. So says an exchange.
igirA party of masked men visited
the Jail at Richmond, Kentucky, on Fr'i
day, and took therefrom the wife mur
derer Stough, and hung him to a tree.—
The action of the mob meets with gener
al approval from the people of Richmond
as the' circumstances attending the mur
der of. Mrs. Stough were of the most re
SADLY AFFLIOTED.—The Bloomfield
Times says : "on Friday of last week asad
fiction befell the family of Robert Mil
ligan, in Madison township, Perry county.
On that night three of their children, the
youngest aged about three years, died from
scarlet fever. ~The deaths all occurred
within fifteen minutes. It is one of the
saddest .cases we have had occasion to re
cord. They have but ono child left, and
that is also ill with the fever."
re The Sheriff of New York must be
posessed of a sensitive heart. On Satur
day he was handed warrants for the ar
rest of Ring parties indicted by the
Grand Jury, but declined to receive the
documents, for the reason, as ho said,
that it would be an act of cruelty to
drag the men from their families on Sat
urday and incarcerate them in jail over
Sunday when they could readily find
bail if left unmolested until Monday.
SW-A terrible accidentoceured on Thurs
day morning last, on the Lehigh Valley
railroad, near Lock-port. As the Buffalo
express train was nearing that point a
rail broke, precipitating the train over the
-embankment about thirty feet bigh,wreck
'mg the cars, whNi were set on fire by the
Four of the passetr:ers were instantly
killed.utd four more silee died from their
injuries, and some eiglitt'inn others ar e
more or ler,s wounded.
rs-V;hile the English press iJ scowling
over the Alabama claims, and preiieting
hill manner of foolish results, the Cavil:ri
me:lt at Washington has no fears that
the•Genev:. arbitration will fail in its
oh:eets. The English press appeur to
forget that in corn ing t h e' Bric-i
.Coaimis: , :otters. Queen Victoria pier' , el
her royal tvw:(l that wltatever her (tern.
"qui;.iioner?.. vgawd to sito.uhl
and regarded in .the fullest .iner
'x.)3:l that :be mould nerer.ftuffer in 'xiholc
Cr in part :slay person whomsoever ti t in
the,Farne or aet•rontrary there .0 a 5
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SALE REGISTRY.—The public sales of
real aid personal. property advertised
through the columns of the Record' come
off in the following order :.
3. W. Miller, a house and: lot,. Satur
J. R. Welsh, a house and lot, Satur
day, Feb. 10.
A. S. Eichelberger, personal property,
Monday (February 12.
- Trimmer & Fogler, real estate Tuesday,
Jacob S.' 'Bassier, ;personal property-
Wednesday, Feb. 141 • '
DAniel Hearten n, personal property,
Monday, Febrty. / ry 19. -
Frederick/Lesher, porsorial property,
Tuesday, Debruiry 20.
Abrra..Snowberger, personal property,
Wedp csday;' Feb. 21.
ohn Shank i personal-property,—Thum
rl.iy, February 22.
Frisby M. Stouffer. personal property,
on Friday; February 23.
Samuel Wishard, personal property,
on Friday February 23.
A. D. Gordon, Personal property, Sat
urday, February 24.
John Wiles, personal property, on
Weduesday, February 28.
D. & W. H. Potter, personal property,
on Monday, February 29.
Simon Lrymon, - personal property, on
Saturday, March 2.
mOne-third gone—old winter
SerGetting larger—our subscription list.
ter The 14th will be St. Valentine's
efirGo to the RECORD office for your
lerThe sun is
This is leap year, but look before
you "leap," ladies !
Se - Examine our list of sales to ke
found in another column.
'TheID& man with the "illuminated
'The handsomest clerk in Waynes-
boro' now carries a love pov
"Leap year has'nt swelled the =tr
iage column very perceptibly yet.
vm.Mr. C. Hoffman has leased the Ten
pin Alley in this place. See advt.
a'rOur town boasts not only pretty
widows, but a couple pretty old maids.
The next holiday is Easter—most
too soon though to begin to save up eggs,
lel.There is not a saloon in Mercers
burg. .The Court refused to license appli
air Township Supervisors are required
by law to put up guide-boards at all cross
VirA window glased with old hats is
a sure indication that the occupants have
seen a rum-bottle.
rtn..There is a, youth in town so bright
that his mother .has to look at him
through a piece of smoked glass.
Xt eirin Chester county, ground hogs
climb up cornstalks and cat the corn off,—
and then pull the stalks up after them.
rEn,,.. The reader will excuse the crowed
state of our advertising cclumns. The
"printer's harvest" comes but once a year.
VEN'''Dr. Samuel. Weisel of Williamsport
Md., brother of Judge Weisel of Hagers
town, died on Friday last, in the 63d year
of' his age.
te•Last . week Mr. 'Newcomer presen
ted a petition in the Maryland Legislature
for the suppression of liquor licenses in
rEarMr. Jonas Q. Huffer has sold Ms
farm of 158 acres, on Beaver creek, in
Washington county, to Mr. Wm. Shif.
fier, at about .$lOO per acre.
RECOTERING.-Mr. • Joseph Keepers,
whose serious situation s noticed last
week, has so far recovered from his inju
ries as to be regarded out of danger.
MA stock company is being organized
in Middletown, Md. for the purpose of es
tablishing in that place a Cheese Factory.
Better stir up that Branch Railroad pro
ject, friend Rboderick.
. Sxow.—Snow fell in this region on
Friday night last, covering the ground on
Saturday morning to the depth of five or
six inches and affording tolerable sleigh
ing up to Sunday noon.
CHANCE FOR & TAILOR.—An unmar
ried mnn wishing to engage in the Tailor
ing hnsinmrs will find a good opening at
Mt. Hope, 4 miles North of this place.—
Shop, boarding, 4c. can be had on rea
A LAYME•LecTST TREE:A large and
valuable Locust tree on the farm of Mr.
Seth Dickey, 'known RR the "McCauley
Farm," situated in Peters Township, was
recently cut by, Mr. Jonas Ke e f er an d
P. E. • Clemons. It produced one hmn
dred and two good sound poste, while six
or seven more we.rs destroyed in falling
the tree.—Who can beat it 7.—,lfer.-Jour-
AttontEo. R. n. MovEst=i—Another
move for a Raikoad has been started up
in oar town within, the past week among
some• of our leading titizens, including, it
is said, the betuKof our manufacturing
establishmentt. The proposition is, we be
lieve,to construct aßranch road to connect
with the Western Maryland road near
Monterey. A committee left . on Tuesday
for Baltimore to seek aid in that direc
tion. We understand the , line would ° be
about ten miles long and the cost not less
than - $200;000, so that without assistance
from some outside quarter it would be fu
tile to attempt such an undertaking.
It is a little strange to our mind that
such a movement should have been inau
gurated at this time, when the Harrisburg
and Potomac Railroad company are push
ing the work of grading their road in this
direction with commendable zeal and per
severance. We may be wrong in Our vie*
tion - of the latter line would afford us all
needed freighting facilities, besides devel
oping a vast extent of valuable ore lands,
much of which lies in close proximity to
our town, and to secure which not more
perhaps than sixty to seventy thousand
dollars would be required of our town and
township in stock subscriptions. If our
moneyed men however take an adverse
view of the matter, be it so. We are anx
ious that our town should have a; railroad
inlet and outlet from some quarter, and
wish to offer no special dictation to those
upon whom the responsibility, pecuniari
ly and otherwise, must devolve. But
whether we get a road between here and
Monterey or not, the completion of the
other in our opinion is only a matter of
time, and tile time not fir distant when
its line will be completed from river to
rives, a time too to which 'the extortionists
of the Cumberland Valley road may well
look with forebodings of ill. A short time
we presume will determine the result of
this last movement.
Rner.lrTs.—fho following is a list of
sane ' .._ mum
John 0. Hoover,
Abrm. Mickley, 2.00
Hen t y Socks, 2.00
Jacob Summers, (of John) 2.00
Dr J. B. Hamilton, 2.00
C. Beaver, 2.00
B. F. Stewart, 9.00
Cyrus Garver, 2.00
Lewis Morganthall, . 1.75
Daniel Oiler, 2.00
J. S. good,' 2.00
Solomon Stamy, (Towa,) 6.00
Mrs. W. Benshhoff, 1.00
Joseph Mentzer, 4.00
Jacob Lohman, 2.00
M. D. Burkett, 5.00
Wm. Smith, (Ohio) 2.00
Wm. Adams, 4.00
Jos. M. Hess, 2.00
Samuel Stover, '2.00
Dr. J. A. Royer, 5.00
D. 11. Mentzer, 1.00
Geiser & Rinehart, 7.00
S. B. Rinehart, 2.00
Mrs. Jacob COrbett,. • 4.00
David F. Stoner, 4.00
John W. Good, 4.00
Geo. Lackens, . • 3.00
Jacob Bossier, 5.00
James M. Stoops, ' 2.00
M. A. Gordon, 4.00
D. B. Reap, 4.00
E. J. Bonbrake, Esq., 4.00
D. M. Detrich, 2.00
John L. Newcomer, 6.00
Peter Rouzer, 2.00
A. S. Oiler, 4.00
John L. Metcalf, 2.00
Jacob E. Price, 8.00
Abrm. R, Kohler, 6.00
Hnery Gayer, 2.00
Wm. Startzman, 2.00
GOOD FOR Qurscy.—lt seems that one
among the many enterprises that will be
started and completed on the line of the
Harrisburg and Potomac Railroad is a
large Rolling Mill in the village of Quin
cy. Already a company is partially form
ed to carry out the project. It has at its
lead men of action and busine^s energy
like W. B. Raby, Esq., Edmond Brown,
and others. Their purpose is to build a
large 'establishment to manufacture exten
sively all kinds of bar and other iron.
This is certainly a move in the right di
rection, for no better locality than Quin
cy could be selected for either a Rolling
Mill or Furnace, or both, as ore in that
region abounds in inexhaustable quanti
tiw. We heartily wish out enterprising
friends success in this commendable under
TritErt.—.k subscriber requested us to
publish a cure for Tetter. Not having
any receipt at hand, we should be glad to
publish aPy well-tested cure that may be
sent to us.—Gettysburg Star.
.The following is vouched for as a
soverign remedy: Heat a fireshovel red
hot, put upon it a dozen or more grains of
corn, press with a smoothing iron.' Two
applications of the oil which adheres to
the smoothing iron, well rubbed on the
diseased parts, *ill effect a cure.
GROUND HOG DAY.—Friday last was
Ground Hog Day. Many suppose that
if this little animal comes out and sees
his shadow, he returns for six weeks long
er, during which time severe winter weath
er will continue. If, on the other hand,
it is cloudy that he cannot see his shad
ow, it is considered indicative of mild
weather the remainder of the winter. If
this theory be correct cold snaps are yet
11 , -; tx; re 4C.) ti .
or su scrip ion or
Aar Accrumm.—Mr. A. E. Waynant
met with an accident on Thr.rsclay last
which might have proved a serious one.—
its horse took fright at a pile of ice at.
the bridge on the turnpike East of town
. upsetting his wagon, throwing him out
breaking one of his sewing machines, one
wheel of the vehicla passing over his head.
Fortunately he escaped without serious
injuries. The turnpike company are lia•
ble for damages in such cases and we ad
vise the party who has supervision of the
road to have the nuisance removed.
SADDLES. - "We direct special attention
to the advertisement of Wm. P. WEAcr
LEY, in to-day's paper, Mr. JAMISON' of
Baltimore, who is an extra workman of
long experience, has put him up an as
sortment of saddles which are perhaps un
surpassed in this or adjoining counties.
tar Mr. Wm. Wangly, principal of
the public school at CavetOwn, Washing
ton county, was found dead in his bed
on Thursday morning of last week, hav
ing retired in his usual health.—He was
about 33 years of age, and leaves a wife
and three _children..
_The average age of farmers is 05
years, while that of printers is ,but 33,
which shows the necessity of prompt pay
ments to the latter, so that they may have
the pleasure of handling their own money
during their short sojourn on this sublun
To BE ENLARGED.—We understand
Messrs. Frick ez Bowman .ur ,ose the en-
largement of their extensive Machine
Shops in this place during next summer
and the employment of a larger force of
litarin a notice of the terrible accident
on the Lehigh Valley road on Thursday,
the Norristown Dailg Herald sip: "The
Frequent occurrence of accidents of this
kind during intensely cold weather is
not surprising, as the irbn rails are lia
ble to be misplaced by contraction if by
nothing else, whilst the car wit&
other equip_ments are also put to a re
CO - 0
severe test. Extreme cold, like extreme
heat, causes traveling by rail so danger
not urgent business, if wise, will remain
There is too much danger attendant upon
railroad traveling to indulge in it for
pleasure or pastime. Those who are not
compelled by urgency of business, or oth
er pressing , cause, had better give the cars
a wide berth. There is quite as much
safety at home es on the railroad, if not
a little more.
ta.A. shocking railway accident occurred
on the Allegheny Valley railroad, on the
29th As theVenango accommodation was
going West, it run off the track at the
Burning Well Station, just below Foster
and plunged clown an embankment into
the river, a heighth of some thirty or for
ty feet. The train consisted of two cars,
one engine and tender. There were
twenty-one passengers ablard, and of
these all but two were injured, more or
less seriously, and some of them fatally.
Among those who were killed was "Oil
Tom Kin'," who was widely known
throughout the oil regions.
To Our PATRONS.—In addition to our
usual expenses during last year this of
fice incurred a heavy indebtedness in the
procurement °fa new press and materi
al, the bulk of which indebtedness frills
upon us next spring, and the object of our
present writing is to bring this fact clear
ly before patrons in arrears, either to large
or small amounts. For the outlay we ask
nothing but prompt payment of what is
due, the subscription and advertising rates
remaining the same as before the enlarge
ment. We therefore intend this as an ear
nest appeal for payment on the part of ALL
in arrears. ' It would be difficult for us in
the midst of a throng season to draw off
the accounts of individual subscribers liv
ing in distant parts of the country. The
have an idea as to the amount of their i •
debtedness and can enclose the money,
check or P. 0. order through the m
where doubts exist as to the amount
can give us the benefit of them by s d
ing enough, which will bo properly phlced
to their credit. This u( Pi.l4ll lt%e, or their fail
ure to comply with it, will tell us who our
"dead heads" are.
GARDEN SEEns.—Fresh assortment o
Garden Seeds at Reid's Grocery.
Pres.—Gentian Peas and Lentiles, and
Canned Peas and Corn, at Reid's Gro
Scrroor..—Mrs. J. A. Fuss will com
mence a select school, Monday, Feb.l9th,
in Mr. J. Miller's hall.
fob. 8--2 w.
FOR BENT.—The new dwelling house
belonging to A. 1). Gordon is offered for
rent. jau.. 18—tf.
FOR RENT.—A store room nearly 50ft.
deep, with open front and show windows,
in the bnsiness part of Main St. Also
several pleasant rooms and private booms
for roil. Exiqu'ire this crux.
.The new railroad to Waynesboro'
with the following named officers at its
head; is now a certainty :
President, D. Geiser ; •
Treastwy, John Philips;
Gen: Supt., Dr. E. A. Hering ;
Conductor & Breaksman, L. S. Forney;
Engineer, IJ. Miller.. The . first train
will arrive with a special load of Chro
mos, Pens. Ink, Paper, Valentines and
everything pertaining to the Photograph
ic trade, consigned L. C. Brackbill. His
cheap goods made it necessary to have
the Depot at his store to enable him to
keep goods constantly on hand. -
LIVERY FOR SAL - E.—The subscriber of
fers at private sale his extensive Livery
in Waynesboro', consisting of horses, ve
hicles, &c. W. H. FuNs.
CALL AND SETTLE.—Being anxious to
close up all outstanding accounts between
this date and the first day of April next,
I request my 'patrons indebted, without
respect to persons, to call and settle their
accounts, as I have money to make up by
that time. JACOB REININGER.
Fon RENT on SALE.—The subscriber
offers for rent or sale a- two story brick
house and lot of ground, pleasantly situa
ted on West Main street, Waynesboro'.—
The house is in good repair and has all
feb. 8-tf FRANKLIN WEAGLEY.
Thg..The Wilson New Steel Underfeed
.huttle Sewing Macchine is the best in
he world. Warranted 5 years, and sold
h• r . • . • . • 1111'1 •I •
class machine. A trial will prove the Wil
son to be all that is claimed for it.
A. E. WAYNANT, agent.
No family can afford to be without a
Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine. The
price is only $45 ; does all kinds of light
and heavy work- and is so simple that a
child can use it "Tlie Wilson uses the la
test and best attachments, one of which
will do nine different kinds of work with
out change. Don't buy until you see it.
A. E. WAYX_OIT, agen
would respectfully announce to the cid•
zees of .Waynesboro' and vicinity that
e - have opened - in - th - e - room — re - cerrtly - frt ,
ted up in the New Building of Mr. Adam
• , . s - East - wf the P. 0., a ft
and complete assortment of goods usual
ly sold by Grocers and Produce Dealere,
which we will sell at fair prices for cash.
Fresh Butter can be had daily ;
Fish and Oysters on Friday and Satui-*
day of each week. Dressed Poultry ev
ery Saturday. Call and see us.
WALTER' Sr, BON/MAKE
FOR SALE-A second-hand Sewing Ma
chine—the Parker—price $l2. Enquire
of the Printer.
FRIZEI FISII.--Call at Reid's Grocery
On the Nth ult., by Rev. Thonias
Creigh, Mr WILLIAM. F. Mtsn to Miss
MARY E. MONTGOMERY, both of Mer
cersburg. • .
On Chrisnias Eve last, by Rev. L. A.
Gotwald, Mr. DAVID L. RAFF to Miss
MARTHA KunN, youngest daughter of
Isaac Kuhn Esq., all of this county. •
On the Ist inst., by Rev. L. A. Got
wald, Mr. JOHN F. KUHN, of Oil City,
Penna., to Miss EM MA F. Wots, of
On the 4th inst., at the residence of the
bride's mother by Rev. J. S. Harkey, Mr.
EDWARD REED and Miss ELLIE S. .STO
-I;ER, both of Quincy, Pa.
I) M .A.'T I-1 S _
On the 21st ult., at Concord, Miss
ELIZABETH HATS, aged about 90 years.
On the 30th ult., in Chambersbarg of
congestion of the Brain, A. JACTSON
Wurre, son of A. J. and Sarah J.
White, aged 14 years, 3 months and 27
At her residence in this -place, on the
4th inst., Mrs. MARGARET COCHRAN, CCM
sort of George Cochran, Esq., dec'd, aged
77 years, 4 months and 28 days.
In Quincy township, on the 2d inst., Mrs.
CA.THARINE REIBMAN, aged 72 yealS, 11
months and 22 days.
r. WAYNESBORO' MARKET
BALTIMORE Feb. 5
FLOUR—Transactions very limited
to-day in Flour, themarket steady though
criet. Sales on 'Change only 300 bbls.,
viz: 100 Howard Street Extra at $7,25,
100 do. Family at $B, and 100 do. at $8..1
50 per bbl.
WHEAT.—SaIes to-day as follows,
viz: 2,500 bwhe:s Pennsylvania red at 1,
55R1,58 cents, 3,600 do. at 1.60 cents,
and 280 do. choice Maryland do. at 1,75
CORN.—Sales 1,600 bushels Pennsyl4
vania yellow at 67@69 cents, and 1,200
do. Maryland do. at 70 cents. White
we quote, in the absence of transactions,
at 65@70 cents, and Western Mixed at
RYE AND OATS—DuII but steady.
Sales 2)0 bushels Rye at 102 cents, and
700 do. Oats at 55 e.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET,
February s.—Beeves dull this week;
sales 2,600 head: extra Pennsylvania and
Western steers 74@7i. cents; choice 8 c.
fair to good 6f(7 cents common 41®6
nerds. Sheep in demaqd at an advance;
sales of 12,000 at 808 i cents. Hogs in
.demand at an advance sales of 3,000
had at $7.217€7.75.
PUBLIC SALE .
On FRIDAY the 23d of FEBRUARY, 72
rFHE undersigned will sell at publis sale
. I , at his residence in Washington Co., Md.
on the road leading from Leitersburg to
Welty'a Church, near Garver's Mill, on
Friday the 23d inst., the following proper
ty, to wit :
6 VALUABLE NORM HORSES,
among which are 3 excellent brood Mares,
2 with foal; 2 two yearling Colts ;
20 Head Cattle
sof which are Mich Cowe,3 Bulls of thor
ough-bred Durham Stock, one of which is
fat, the balance young cattle of superior
1396 STS 3:0
among which are 3 Brood Sows, 3 Boars of
one three inch and 1 two inch tread, 1 good
Shifting-tnp Buggy with spring seats,-1 Uart,
1 Springtooth Rake, new gum-spring. Grain
Drill, with guano attachment in complete
ERR REAPER AND 1110 IVER
combined, 1 pair of Wood Ladders, 2 pair
of Hay Carriages, 1 Rolling Screen, 1 Bar
shear Plow, 3 double and 2 single Shovel
Plows, 1 Corn Coverer, 4 Harrows, treble,
double and single trees, 2 log chains, 1 fifth
chain and spreader, 2 pair of Spreaders, 2
pair butt Traces, 2 pair of Breast Chains,
2 sets of dung Boards, 1 Jackscrew, 2 sets
Breechbands, 2 sets Front Gears, 6 sets
Plow Gears, 4 Fly-nets, collirs, bridles and
Halters, 12 Cow Chains, 1 Wagon Saddle,l
four-horse line, 1 set of Cart Gears, 2. rid
ing Saddles, 1 set of single Harness,
150 LOCUST POSTS,
r=IMWII I MrIWWWWnnW
and many other articles not necessary to
X' , ..-.trSale to commence at 9 o'clock on said
day when n credit of Ten Months will be
given on all sums of $lO and upwards, the
purchaser giving note with approved secu
rity, all sums under ten dollars the cash
will be required, and if said notes are not
paid within ten days after maturity, inter
est will be charged from date. No goods to
be removed until settled for-
FRISBY M STOITITER,
John M. Zimith, And
.d of n ast—fro
Wiles, the undersigned will sell at- Pub
lic Sale, at the residence of Jacob Wiles, on
the road from Ringgold to Wayreiboro' ;
Half a mile from the former and — o — from — th - e
latter, on Wednesday the 28th day of Febru
orl 1872 the follow - 1w! ereonal )roperty.
to wit :
3 HEAD HORSES,
2 of which are Brood Mares, 2 three year
ling Colts, 1 two
.yearling, 2-one yearling
PAD ( P t ,A1111: 1 P
nniong Irhicla'are 4 Cows and 2 Heiferp,
0 HEAD HOGS,
4 Barshear Plows, 5 Shovel Plows, 2 liar
rowr, a► lot of Single and double trees, 1
four-horse Wagon and Bed, 1 two-horse
Wagon and Bed, 1 Spring Wagon, 1 Buggy,
1 SET OF BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
1 Kirby Mower, 1 Hay Fork and' Bake, I
Jackscrew, 2 set of Butt and Breast Chains,
1 Wheelbarrow, 1 Hay Carrier, 1 Grain
- Drill, 1 Cutting Box, 1 Wheat Fan, 1 Bag
Wagon, 25 Grain Bags, I Grindstone, 1 set
dung boards, a lot of Sawed Lumber,
150 eszsTriTuT 11.11.11r.a.
40 Locust Posts, 1 work Bench and Tools,
such as saws, ainzers and chisels, 2 Pets of
Front Gears, 4 Collars, 4 Hon Pens, 5 Bridles,
3 Fly-nets, 1 Riding Saddle, 1 Ten-plate
Stove, 4 Chairs, 1 Table, 2 Clocks,l7 crocks
of Apple Butter, a lot of tight barrels, 1
barrel of Vinegar, half barrel of Cider,
21 AfsEES OF WET THE 011011
and other articles not necessary to men
ftqrSale to commence nt 30 o'clock on
said day when a credit of 13 months will be
given JOHN WILES, Trustee.
Feb S—ts Geo. V. Mong, Auct.
I do hereby notify all persons having,
claims against the said Jacob Niles, to pre
sent them to me on or before the day of
sale JOHN WILES.
On FRIDAY the 23d of FEBRUARY, '72.
TEM subscriber intending to quit fltrm
ing, will sell at public sale at his resi
dence, about 2di miles West of Waynesboro'
along the road leading to Salem • Church.
nn Friday the 23d of February, the follow
jag persom - 1 property, to wit :
3 NEAD RDIZES
1 yearling, Colt; 2 HEAD OF CATTLE;
2 Brood sows, ti Shoats, 1 one.horse Wagon,
1 set Breechbands. 2 sets of PloW Gears,
Collars and Blind Bridles, 1 Barshear Plow,
S Sllovel Plows, one single, two double; tre
ble, double and single trees, 1 Harrow, 1
ton Hay, Fodder by the bundle,
GORINI BY THE BitßißiElLv
Apples by the bushel,, and many other ar
ticles not necessary to mention.
A 4 Ss'Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on
amid day, when a credit of 10 months will
be given on all sums of S 5 and upwards,
purchasers to give notes with approved
security, upon which if payment is not
made within ten days after maturity inter
est will be charged from date.
Feb. B—ts ' Geo. V. Mong. Auct.
TO FARMERS ARO OTRERS
SADDLES AND HARNESS !
THE subscriber announces to his old
customers and the publicgenengly, that
he is now offering for sale an unusually large
stock of Saddles and Harness, embracing
all styles and prices. He has not only .ex
ercised great care in the selection of his
material but has had his work made by
first-class workmen. His Saddles hare been
manufactured by Mr. Jorts W. JAMISON, of
Baltimore, than whom there is perhaps not
a better mechanic in the State, and whose
workmanship has stood the test of nearly
thirty years in this section of 'Franklin
Persons in want of any article in his line
are requested to call at the well-known
stand, one door west of the Bowden House
and examine his stock.
r,••.) s—tb WM. r. WEM ILEY.
On TEITIRSDAT the 29th, FEBRUARY 12
THE undersigned, administrators of Jer.
lemiab Potter, deed. will set at public
sale, on the premises of said deed., three
miles Northwest of Waynesboro', on the
road leading from the Waynesboro' and
Greencastle turnpike to Besore's Mill, the
following personal property, to wit:
10 HEAD .HORSES,
among which are 4 good' leaders, for wag.
on or plow, 1 fine riding and driving chest
nut Sorrel Horse, noted for style, 2 good
Brcod Mares, 2 four year old Colts, 2 year-
15 HEAD CATTLE,
among which are t two Mach Cows, one will
be fresh about the time of sale, 2 fine Bulls,
the balance young cattle ;
3YREAD Or HOGS.
two of which are Brood Sows; 1 Grain
Drill, 1 Hay .Rake. 2 pair Hay Carriages, 1
spring Wagon and pole,
2 EIM VM5.030,,
four-inch tread, one nearly new; 1 Cart,
1 new Wood Bed. 1 Wheat Fan, Fayett
ville make; 7 Rolling Screen, 1 Fodder and
Hay Cutter, 3 three-horse and 2 two-horse
Barshear Plows, 2 single and 4 double Shov
el Plows, I Corn Coverer, 3 Harrows, 1
Horse Power and Jack,
1 REAPER AND 'HOMIER,
combined Dodge ac Stevenson's patent,
nearly-nen-, 1 Hay Fork, rane and pulleys.,
Jackscrew,2 sets dung boards, 2 log chains,
fifth chain and spreader, breast, butt and
cow chains, 2 spreaders. trebble donble and
single trees, 2 sets Breechba n (Is. 4 sets Front
Gears. 5 sets Plow hears, 6 Collars, 6 Hous
ens, Blind Bridles, 2 riding Bridles. 1 riding
and 1 wagon Saddle, I set Single Harness,
4 Fly-nets, I string r-leigh Bells, 5 halters,
25 Grain Bags, 1 Bag Wagon, 1 mattock, 1
• • on, 1 drill-tnid-a—lot—stonc attgersr
2 stone sledges, I maul and wedges, I set
planes, augers and chisels. 1 Grain Cra
dle, 4 mowing scythes, 1 grindstone, a Tot
of white: and
YELLOW PINE PLANK,
forks.rakes, shovels, .a lot of old iron. 1
dinner bell. also 1 Secretary find Book-ease,
1 Burcan, 3 Bedsteads. Potatoes, by the•
bushel, Vi”^-' the barrel, empty bar
rels, an ler articles not necessary
menco at 10 o'clock on.
redit of 10 months wilt
.s et' Al 0 and onwards.
Geo, V. Along, Auct..
P-FiRSONA-L-FR-O-P-FA-T- 1 1/ 1 .-
HE nndersi , med, administrator, of Dr
J. J. Oel ig. WI se of pn IrY 011 rry n
his regidenee. in Waynesboro'. on SaturchVl
the 2d-day of March, 1872, the following per
sonal property, to wit: -
• 1 COW, 4 HEAD OF HOGS,
1 Brggy, I Sleigh. I sot of Harness. 1 String
gumblanket and horseblanket, new,
1 WheellSarrnw, 1 maul and wedire2; lot
fork"; and shovels. 1 Saddle, 2 feed Boxes,
2 Locust Posts, lot wood, 3 Ladders, 1 meat
Beneh, I saw and hoes,s barrels of Corn,
lot Shelving and Bran - en., lot Medical :Tars,
lot Instruments and Medical Books, 1 Shot
HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN FURNITURE,
consisting. of 1 Secretary, 1 Sideboard, 1
Safe, Tables. Chairs. Stands. Wardrobe. 1
Bookcase, 1 Parlor Stove, 1 Cook Stove and'
fixtures, 1 Coal Stove end Drum, 1 Stove.
and fine, lot Carpet. Oilcloth, pair blinds,
lot of Onoensware, Tinware, Crocks.- Jars,
I Iron Kettle, I rack, 5 Tubs, 2 Meat Vessels
Bacon and Lard by the pound. and many
article too numerous to mention.
AP„rSale to commence at, 10 o'clock on
said day when terms will be made known
by . SIMON LECRONE, Adm,r,
TE subscriber informs the snorting
public that he has leased of A. P. Gor
don his Ten-pin Alley, where" he will be
found at all times reatV to wait upon those
wishing. to avail themselves of such delicht
fnl exercise. C. HOFFMAN.
On THURSDAY the 22d FEBRUARY, '72
rf`HE subscriber will sell at public sale at
I his residence about of a mile South
east of Ringgold, Washington Co.. 31(1., the
following personal property, to wit:
9 HEAD HORSES,
among Which are 5 good Brood Mares, one
with foal, one extra wagon leader, 2 good
Plow Leaders and 2 three year old Colt;
2 . 1 HEAD OF CATTLE.
seven of which are Mulch Cows, 2 will be
fresh about the time of sale, 1 fine Young
Bull, the balance young Cattle ;
26 HEAD Or E.OGS ,
3of which are good Brood Sows, 2 PLAN
TATION WAGONS, one a 4-inch tread, and
one 3-inch tread and bed, 2 pair Hay Carri
ages, 1 Cart, 2 Buggies, one a new Trotting
Buggy with extra back, 2, sets dung Boards,
1 Sleigh and bells, 1 Spring Drill,
I RI !RAPER AND MOWER,
1 Wheat Fan, Cutting Box, Wheelbarrow,
4 Barshcar Plows, 2 three-horse and 2 too
horse, 5 double and single Shovel Plows,
1 Corn Cover, 2 new Harrows, Spreaders,
treble and doubletrces and singletrees ,
1 Ulmer Bell, Stone . Sledge, mattock, forks
rakes and shovel. 2 sets Brcechbands, 3 sets
Front Gears, 5 sets Plow Gears, 4 Fly Nets,
1 Waggon Saddle, 1 Riding Saddle, 2 Rid
ing Bridles, 5 Blind Bridles, Collars, Hal,
tors, houeens, 1 four and 1 six horse line,
butt, breast, fifth, carrying, cow, and log
chains, 1 Grind Stone, work bench, 1 Spring
Rake, the one half of
70 ACRES OF GRAIN IN TILE GROUND,
Corn by the Barrel, flay by the Ton; Corn
fodder 'by the bundle, 4 Barrels Good Vin
egar, Int, empty barrels, kegs, and many
other articles not necessary to mention.
try 'gale to commence at 10 o'clock on
said day when a credit of 10 months'will be
given on all sums of Ten Dollars and up
wards, purchasers giving their notes with
approved security, and if not paid within
ten days after maturity, interest will be
charged from date. JOHN SHANK,
Agent. for W. H. Shank.
L Boward, Auct.
Ti • N ÷ i* A. - ` ll 3:o_
MOB School Board of Waynesboro' want
IL to borrow Eight Thousand dollars. for
which they will issue Bonds bearinginter.
est nt the rate of seven per cent, per an
num, clear of taxes. Enquire of J. W. Coon,
By order of the Board
Jan 3. B. TINI:111:TON, Secretary.