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Vaagnesbori lilCa c Alma
Thursday, Aug. 1, '72.
.Sumner declares for Greeley.
tql..A. Detroit ferry company gives a
free pass to all citizens over ninety.
imgcnnessee prombas 11,000,900. bus
hels of pest this year. •
ErAldge David Dacia, Qf IllipoLs, who
-was the Labor Reform, candid
Went,,lias declared for Grant.,
te_tiArr,F Gilmore and Bradley .1:013%' -
son are announced. as. , campaigners" for
An Ohio, woman, who c sr, husband
got drunk, has.receivcd,sl,obo from the
=an who sold the liquor.. •
At lilooiniogt-,n, 111., the, liquor
Iniv is ilixlged:by.pla!eards over the•saloons
- - - - - -"Admittztupe, fizz). cents ;- &lets free.".
MrPresh).6nt Janraz, of 111ex:ice,. died
on the - Meat of the 18th ult„.o.f apoplexy . ; -
'hich had attacked him that evening.
im,lVlrs. Abraham Lincoln is an'inva
lid at the Weukesha (Wis) Springs. She
is ciesseribed as being a shadow of her for
arA, San Francisco party has sold
fifty tons of barley, for which he is to rc ,
ceive two cents a pound if Grant is elec
ted.and nothing if he is not,
Charles awl George Napier,bsotli,
crs, age( 15 an 12 years, were drowned
while bathing in the Spring Gardens near
• • v=city_Hall_ia—Baltimol , c,
one of the handsomest public buildings in
the country, which was begun in - 18(M, - is
rapidly nearing completion, Its total
cost will reach $2,500,000,
cr a heave storn
ult., the Washington Monument in Bal
timore city ryas struck by lightning,chip
ping Several scales of marble from the
eft-shoulder—ar—the—statue — of — Gen - eral —
Cassits M. Clay, of Kentucky, was
recalled as Minister to St. Petersburg by
opinion that "Ave are living under a de
potism," and moreover that "vo are not
breathing the free air of a Republic."
W"There are now over 000,000 color
ed voters in the United States. There were
.250,000 of this race who served in the
Union armise. They have a majority of
the voters in four States and are an im
portant elements in eight or ten others.
Dar Carl Shur?, said in his St. Louis
speech that he had been offered patronage
by friends of General Grant if he would
support the St. Domingo annexation
chemc, The Presideut has authorized
the declaration that no such patronage
waq offered by him, or b 7 any one for him
with his knowledge,
tZ — Blanton Duncan, M. M. Pomeroy,
anfii—otivrs of the"straight-out Democra
tic" lea4ers, have had another conference
in New York with the view of promoting
an organization throughout the country.
They say that they have received enthusi
astic responses from all quarters, and ex
pect full delegations from all -the States
at their Convention on the. third of Sep
tember, at Louisville.
The Mown of Carthage, Indiana
have abolished all liquor Saloons in that
town, and the thirsty Carthaginians will
hereafter be compelled to resort to the pri
vate bottle. Some sixty indignant ma
trons visited the various. dram-shops and
besought their owners to abandon their
vile business, and, after failing in their
mission, they formed hi solid phalanx,
marched to the missery mills one after
the other, smashing the furniture and
leaving havoc behind them in every case.
Im. The Treasury Department has paid
to Col. John T. Pickett, formerly of the
Confederate army, $73,000 fur data for
the rebel archievers, which he held in his
possession as attorney for certain parties
in Canada. The documents embrace the
entire arehiyers of the State Department
of the late Government of Jeff Davis,and
among them is a letter showing that Ja
cob Thompson was the regularly author
agent of the Confederacy, both for
the purpose of procuring the burning of
Z. ''o"k, Philadelphia, St. Louis and
C.neinnati, and' for organizing a counter
revolution at the North. Fur these pur
poses Thompson and his associates, Clay.
Holcombe and Saunders, were supplied
with one million dollars in gold, and in
furtherance of their schemes they were in
coninomication with residents at the North
and met ionic of them personally at Ai
di , tuchanees in Pope county,
Ark :lll , 3 ;c, are beginning to ti:.zs limo seri=
/..us proportion?. Loral met' are obliged
to leave home, and some two are without,
means or lack inclination to go out of the
are•lurking in the woods. A court
bas b-N..n i overa wed and the whole author
ity of the law defied by the mob. The
Sheriti" has 101 - the county.
trs_A„.A.n eccentric Bucks county farm
er has about -100 tons or hay that has ac.
u fated for fifteen or t wen ty years stack
upon hiLl farm, •and which he refuses
1 . .0 sell. Sotac.of tiv stacks have becopx
rotten and have fallen to pieces'
DE.ATII OF A GIANT IN GEINIAGO.-Mr.
Lars Tollefson, the . .iTorwegian giant, died
on the 9th of July, at Zio. 243,, East lit-.
vision Street„Chicaga meter an illness of
three days. The deceased was remarka : -
able for his stature, and. was probably the.',
tallest man on record, ofthe present day.
e_waaseven_feot and nine inches_ia_
; height and weighed 375 pounds. He was
born,in Rollingsdale, Norway, in 1834;
emigrated to America some three years. l
ago—settlingia-this-city T and—emmed -- in
the saloon business at No. 53 Niiwaukee
.avenue. Being of such an extraordinn
ry altitude, he Tecieved !pay tempting
ellen from speculating showmen to travel
and exhibit himself, Mr, Barnum, with,
:his accustomed: enterprise, attempted to
'effect an engagement with him upon the
most liberal terms, but in vain. Mr Toll
efsou was as singular in his disposition as
in stature, and he repeatedly refused all
such (renerous induc_eracnts„_. •
constitutional aversion to anything like
making a parade of himself before 'the
_curious_public,-and- chose-rather-to - serve
out beer at a nominal price than to pock
et a handsome weekly stipeund. During
his residence in this city he had become a
noted and reroarhable local celebrity.
His appearance upon the streets always
attracted a host of gazers, and few there
were who passed him but learned the in
dividual. Some difficulty, it is said, was
experienced by the undertaker, who had
not at his command a hearse large enough
to contain the body.— Chicago Inter-Ocean,.
N - ArrgerrYo - Semsrt.—ln sped
of the recent flood, which was so disas
trous in several sections of Virginia, the
Lynchburg papers record the following
sal - even :
A, mother and several little children
making their escape from a were neck
of land which lies between the river James
and the canal, when they were amazed to
find that the bridge was already gone, Apd
the'r only )dope was te t cling to the abut
ment, the waters continued to rise higher
and higher, while in the deep darkness
mid the thunders of bridge timbers that
were wildly dashing all round them.—
They had been in this condition for some
time when the little girl felt that her
Stu -th - was t o""
:magi mis gone, and with a wilinhTfei
of terror she exclaimed, "Kiss me, moth
er, for I can't hold on any longer!" And
with the )Narm pressure of that, mother's
lips upon her cheek, she \ws swept away
and was seen no more.
A WOMAN'S BUSTLE (EN.T VIRE,--PUT
ing the burning of a house in Oshkosh,
Wisconsin, a few days since, while every
body was busy putting out the falling
sparks, suddenly the scream of A. woman
was heard above the surrounding din, and
she came running along the sidewalk with
her bustle all on fire. ft was composed
of paper or rags, and burnt rather lively.
The wonagn rau and screamed, small boys
and dogs got out of the way in a burry,
while strong men were so overcome by
the excitement of the occasion as not to
have many wits at their disposal. At
length a man, bolder than the m, t, grab
bed the woman and beat her bustle until
he put the fire ant. The fire had not
quite reached the flesh, and besides a se
vere scare, a burnt dress, and a very tick
led crowd of spectators, the lady came
FATAL IiALLUCINATION.-r-A resident
of York conaty who was the possessor of
a competency sufficient to support him
self and family during their natural live -9.,
became possessed of the idea that they
were all coining to want and would (lie of
starvation. This hallucination took such
firm hold upon his mind that ncr persua
sions on the part of his friends were suf
ficient to divest him of it. Day after day
it grew stronger for years. His greatest
anxiety seemed to be for his fluidly and
finally he determined, in order to save
them, he would be compelled to starve
himself. This he carried into execution
and became a victim to this all absorbing
and final illusion of his life, his death oc
curred from actual starvation, voluntarily
and persistently imposed upon himself.
For several days he relused all sustenance
and although efforts were made to force
food into his mouth his strength connnenc
ed to decline and soon after he died in a
starving condition. His dying words a
few minutes before his derlth were "I
knew I would. starve."
11 - 1:110:e S.WRIFICE.—A. few days since
one Philip Gould, a colored man, came to
spring Mills, Penna., to attend a picnic
of a companv of colored solders from Cam
den, and, while standing near the railway,
saw, just as the Rending express wa s
rounding a curve and dashing down upon
them with frightful speed,fiveladies stand
ing upon the track. With ‘vonderful
presence of mind, and with utter disregard
for his own safety, he violently pushed
them all over the edge of a slight embank-
Meat, at the foot of which they were in
perfect safety, but attained only at the
cost of their preserver's life. Gould was
struck by the engine,tossed over thesmoke
staek and fill on the tender, from where
he rolled to the ground, horribly mang
led and quite dead. Heroes are not over
plenty in these degenerate' days, but this
gallant. fellow saved five lives by the sac
rifice of his own,
re,,Tbe "war of -races" has broken out
in .savannah, Ga., where a fight took place
Mondav evening between the whites and
black , . The row began over the deter
mination of the colored people to ride in
the cam, and in the melee which ensued
Several on both sides . were wounded,
WV 1 P show is rgming.
xte,Rajjl, is ly,anteAl,
tgfr The grape crop will be large,
set -Black-berries are•
.Postal cards will be ready in August
Ine,..Apples are plenty , and cheap.
• - , 11: !oasting_ears_lAcents-per-deze
lle,.Flies were never so.numerous be
IM-Several young men in this place
should part their hair in the middle.
The great Forest City Circus will
visit this place on Friday of next week,
XEs'Hap at Gettysburg sells at from
$l3 to $l5 per ton, The price here is a-
The contract for grading and pil
ing South Street in this Borough has been
awarded to Mr. E. Diffendarfer.
re - The Republican 'County Commit
tee organized on Saturday evening last
by the election S. F. Greenavalt, Chair
man, and Calvin" Greenawalt, Secretary.
Aer The contract for the erection of two
School Houses, one at Pikesville and one
at Waterloo, has been awarded to Messrs.
Ruben Shover and,Samuel Gender.
Joseph W. Davis and J. Hamilton
eu r theallegetimurderers_of_Lpmhaxe_
been placed in the jail at Hagerstown.—
Davis' trial is not expected to come up un
of timber land in Wood county, Ohjo, to
P. E. 1 - loliar for a farm near Chambers
burg, known as the Ilan farm. Sa says
caught in Dayhoff's dani laSt Friday a
sucker 181 inches long,weighing 3 pounds.
This gentleman with six er seven of his
neighbors had a two days fis iiug excur
sion in the Conococheague and Back creek
near Williamson. They got 700 fishes or
thereabouts in their expedition,
Company is still poking fun at the people
of llagerstown about that extension to
Waynesboro.— Willianwport Pilot,
,Should the talk eud in a joke or
"smoke," if our cotemporary pleases, the
friends of W. M. coni.eotion here can
congratulate themselves that they did not
THE WEATIIER.-14.in is much need
ed. The intense heat without any rain
for couple of weeks is producing rather
damaging effects upon the growing corn.
Early rains, the farmers tell us, will yet
make a good crop, but dry weather pro
tracted a week or two longer will blast
the present prospects.
DErThe water dearth continues. On
Tuesday evening last the Bowden house
pump threw up its handel and was added
to the list of exhausted wells. There are
only a couple now,we believe, in the heart
of our town yielding a supply of water,
the public well on the Diamond and one
in the yard of Mr. S. B. Rinehart.
ExAmmiTioxs.—The examination or
teachers by the County Superintendent,
Jacob S. Smith, took place in the room
.over the store of J. W Miller & Cp., on
Thursday and Friday of last week. A
bout twenty teachers were examined. We
understand the new Superintendent tho'
very rigid in his examinations gave gen
eral satisfliction. •
• tm..The Republican State Central Com
mittee on Thursday last • nominated for
Congressmen at large, Gen. Chas. A. Al
bright, of Carbon county, and Hon. Glenni
Scofield, of Warxen county. Gen. Harry
White declined the nomination for Con
gressman at large.
e,The last Public Opinion estimates
the recent wheat harvest to Dave averag
ed over a half a crop iu Frani - lin county.
If the editor conjectures aright the sever
al' districts of the county must have done
far better than Washington. A third
would be in excess of the reality here.
HoNtr. rou SAI.E.—A very desirable
small property is offered at private sale
in to-day's paper by Mr. Lewis Gilbert.—
It is pleasantly situated in Antrim Town
ship, and is well suited for a Blacksalitb
stand or private residence. Special at
tension is called to this property. •
LEAL ESTATE SALE.-fur. Levi San
ders offers at public sale nine acres of
valuable laud adjoining this Borough and
three choice building lots. Also three
new two-story log weatherboarded
hotises on West Leitersburg Street ;
all in good repair. See advt.
FAtuvlEw MILL.—The Fairview Mill
property and Farm, one of the most de
sirable homestead in Franklin county, is
offered for sale in this issue, The mill is
in thorough repair having all the latest
improved machinery, and the' advantage
of a water power which is riot excelled
anywhere in the county. The farm land
is the best qUality of limestone and the
improvements thereon first-class. This
location has been suggested by disin
terested parties as one of the finest sites
for a paper mill in Cumberland Valley.
For further particulars see advertising
CiVW:MD Sogoor.,---The advertisement
of "-Waynesboro' Graded School," PHILIP
rozaz, - Principal, will be found in to
day's paper, to whiclt special attention is
The new school building was co m
ulcted several weeks since and' will be oc
cupierl sometimo during September, It
is a handsome structure, an ornament to
our town, and reflects credit upon its pro
jectors, the Board of Directors, as well
•-archite - • • .
Repeo,tea attempts were made during
the last fifteen or twenty years to estab
lish a permanent High School in this
place, but with only temporary saccess,for
the want of a 'suitable building, This
want is now supplied, and if citizens gen.
erally will co-operate with the Principal
and Directors, there is no reason why a
permanent and flourishing institution of
learning should not be maintained in our
The course of instruction will be seen
is to be thorough, embracing Latin, Greek,
German and the lither Mathematics._
The Board of Directors laving se
looted a Principal in the person of Prof,
Bentz, a gentleman doubtless well quali
fied for the position, the next important
step will be Department Teachers. Here
we apprehend lies the greatest danger of
non-success. It matters little however
efficient the Principal of a school may be,
much depends upon the teachers . under
him. they are disqualified by' inex
perience or otherwise much of his labor
will be lost and the institution fail of its
desired usefulness and prosperity. As
the - time is not far off when this selection
,made we deem the present an
o • • ortune time for a brief reference to
it SERMON IN - A PARAdnArii.-=:=Presi
dent Porter, of Yale, gave the following
advice to the students of that institution
the other day :
- ilroling-Imen you a,ie theThicriifeciia
yotAr own forturies, Rely upon your own
strength of body and soul. take for your
star, self•reliaaee, Subseribuon your ban-
Don't take top tnuelA advice-keep at your
helm and steer yaw own ship, and remem
ber that the great art of commanding is
to take a fure share of the work. Think
well ,f ou self. Strike out. Assume
Tour - own - p - o - siti(WThi . pota oes in a cart,
over a rough road, and the small ones go
to tie bottom. B t ise above the envious
and jealous. Fire above the mark you in
tend' to hit. Energy, invincible determi
nation, with a right motive, are the levers
that move the world. Don't drink. Don't
chew. Don't smoke. Don't swear. Don't
deceive. Don't read. novels. Don't mar
ry until you cansupport a wife. Be in
earnest. Be self-reliant, Be generous.
Ba civil. Read the papers. Advertise
your business. Make Money and do good
isith it. Love your God and fellow men.
Love truth and virtue, Love your coun
try and obey its laws."
If this advice is implicitly followed by
the young men of the country, the mill
enium is near at hand.
& P. R. R. DEVELOPING.—It is cur
rently reported (says the Newville Star)
that the Reading Railroad has taken in
hands the 'building of the H. & P. R. R.
and will put the finishing tench on it by
running the road to a point ou the Sus
quehanna; near New Cumberland, and
will build a bridge there, crossing the
Pennsylvania line a little below the steel
works, and strike for the nearest point on
the Lebanon Valley branch. This move
ment, it is said, has caused quite a flutter
amongst the managers of the Cumberland
Valley line, as it would render them pow
erless to in any way control the working
of the 11. &P. line. How much truth
there is in the statement remains to be
REAL ESTATE.—The following trans
fers of real estate were filed for record in
the office of H. T. Snyder, Register and
Recorder of Franklin county, during the
John Philips. Ex'r of John J. Ervin,
to John Price, Sr., a, lot of ground, in
Waynesboro, for $2,500.
David M. Stoner to John Price, Sr., 32
acres and 18 perches of land, in Wash
ington township, for $5,600.
Rev. J. W. Right to Mrs. C. L. Hol
linberger, alot of ground in IVayuesboro,
for $1,500. •
SECOND Dmoni.—We are pleased to
note the fact that our friend, Mr. John
W. Brown, was granted a second diplo-
Mti at the recent examination of students
at the Keystone Normal Schcol, at Kutz
town, Berks county. Mr. B. graduated
two yea since. He is therefore privileg
cd to teat.'). in any of the common schools
of this cormnonwealth without further ex
amination. The best of positions should
be open to teachers of Mr. Brown's qual
DEmocavrtc Twx.ur.—The Democratic
County Conyertlidu on Tuesday last nom
inated the follp}ving ticket:
Assembly, Wtn, Stenger; Judge, John
Armstrong ; Commissioner, Wm. Logue ;
Clerk of Courts, M D. Reymer ; Pro
thonotary, Geo. W. Welsh; egistpr and
Recorder, H. T. Snyder ; Director of the
pe... - An exchange says : "The farmer's
worst enemy is the loafer whq goes prowl
ing about, hurting every flying thing he
sees, and robbing every nest he has skill
enough to find. These idlers not merely
deprive us, when they take a partridge
nest, of so Much good food next Septem
ber ; they actually promote the growth
.of everything which hurts our props.
GAME LAw ix Dram—Deer may be
killed from September 1, to Dec. 31, but
not hunted with hounds or dogs. Fine $5O.
Squirrels and rabbits may be hunted
from Ist August to Januar = y 1.
Pheasants can be hunted from tang.
to Dec. 20.
Wild turkeys from Oct. 1 to Jan. 1,
Woodcock from July 4 to Nov. 15.
To kill, trap, or have in possession any
n;ght. hgwk, whipporwill, finch, thrush,
woodpecker, dove, bobolink, robin, star
ling. or any other insectiverous bird, or
far robbing or destroying their nests at
any time is prohibited under a penalty of
$5 for every bird or nest.
Fine for hunting on Sundays from $5
Don't fail to attend the Ladies'
FATAL ACCIDENT. -Mr.
living along the Washington Co. R, R,
below Eakle's Mill; ;net with a fatal ac
cident-on-Tuesday evening. He was dri
ving a loaded wagon, on his way home,
and was seated on the saddle horse. When
opposite Eakle's Mill the horses became
frightened at a barrel that was rolled out
of the store door,and cop, Menced running.
The saddle horse fell' and was dragged
some distance by the otheis. In the fall
Mr. Wyand in some manner dot under
the wagon, the wheels passing over his
body. He was so severely injured that
he died in twenty minutes after the acci
dent occured. Mr. Wyand was about
62 years of age, an exemplary christian,
and respected by all who knew him. The
bereavement is very severe to his family
and friends.—Boonsboro' Odd _Fellow.
Tns FESTIVA L.--In-connection with the
Ice Cream Festival to be held at the Town
Hall,. commencing this (Thursday) even
ing, the ladies propose giving a Supper on
Saturday-evening.--Supper- served- -from -
8 to 10 o'clock.
Mmoxs—l. expect to receive a supply
of Water Melons and Cantelopes on Thurs
day night—l will sell to dealers during
the season at very low rates.
MONEY WANTED.-$BOO is wanted
for one year or longer, for which the best
security can be given and seven per cent.
taterest allowed. Apply to the Printer.
July 25—tf '
livrsT —Wolff's Patent Shaft Shackle
is simple in . construction but one of the
most usefal invention of the kind i n
use. Territory sells readily. We under
derstand Drs. Snively, Strickler, and oth
crs, in this place, are using the spackle
and are much pleased with it. The mod
al can be wax at the Minter's Hotel,
PExvsirny.—Dr. A. K. Branisholts
offers special inducthents during Ja/g and
August to all persons who stand in need
of Artificial Teeth. Those who have
badly decayed and aching teeth should
have them extracted at once and artifi
cial sets inserted. Full sets for $l2, $l5,
nO. Thus suiting his prices to those of
limited means. July 11—Gw
Fon SALE.—W. H. Funk of this place
offers his Livery at private sale, horses,
DE AM' H. S _
On'the 23d, Mrs. Henry HocK.Ensmmr,
of Fayetteville, aged 69 years. 3 months
and 19 flays.
In Chambersburg, on the 24th, Pamir
SILAFER, in the 73d year of his age.
Sissax BARR (wife of the late Abra
hani Barr, dec'd.) died at her residence in
Waynesboro', May 26th, aged 52 years,
7 months and 27 days.
To the christian whose life has been full
of care that would not lift itself, and on
whom chilling rains of sorrow have fallen
at intervals through many years, death
with its sudden blast and storm, is but
the clearing up shower ; and just behind
it are the songs of angels, and the sereni
ity and glory of heaven.
IIL _A- TRa I.< E rii S -
BALTIMORE July 29, 1872.
FLOUR.—The market for Flour is un
changed, sales reported on 'Change of 1,-
000 bbls., all Western, as follows : 100
Super at $5,25 ; 100 Extra at $6,50 ; 300
do. at $7,25@7,50 ; 200 do.. at $7,75; 100
Family at $8,25; 100 choice do. at $lO.
WHEAT.—The receipts of southern
Wheat to-day amounted to about 30,000
bushels, of which 25,000 bushels were red.
The market for white was steady, and
choice brought very full prices, the sales
being 3,000 prime to choice at 16•0@l68
cents, and 1,000 fair to good at 145@155
CORN.—The market for Southern Corn
to-day was dull and prices were two cents
lower, and we nute sales 4,000 bushels
white at 75 cents, Western is quiet but
firm with sales of 2,000 bushels mixed in
Elevator at 61 cents.
OATS.--Sales of only 400 bushels mixed.
Western at 45 cents, 1,000 bushels new
at 38 cents.
• RYE.—Is dull, but quote still at (10a
70 cents as to quality.
PIIILA. CATTLE MARKET, July 29.
Beeves dull this week, but prices arc firm
er.; sales 2,400 ; extra Pennsylvania and
Western Steen 74 to 71 rents; fair to
good 61 to 7 cents; common 5 to 6 cents,
Sheep in fair demand ; sales 13,000 at 5
to 7 cents. Bogs in fair demand ; gales
4,000 ;it 87,2 to $7,50.
Valuable Farm and TIM Property
rr HE subscriber will offer at Public sale,
II on TUESDAY the Sth. day of OCTOBER,
1872„ on the premises; (if not sold privately
before that day) the FAIRVIEW MILL
PROPERTY AND EMI, situated ;in Wash-
e . • • • , 4,
and a I alf miles southeast of IVayncsboro'.
The r‘um contains
best quality of limestone land in a high
state of cultivation, all under good post and
rail fence. A branch of the Antietam Creek
flows through the farm, from which stock
cantave access from all parts of it. The
improvements are'a large FOUR-STORY
BRICK 111E1ICILIIT MILL ,
l e Vater—i
with all tho latest improveateiltslind . o . r! n e
-41' etTa li ty el l i ?a s rg t '-iv(2l-SVZ3II3IR
with-Basement, all in thorough - repaira -
BRICK SUMMER HOUSE in the rear
with a never-fidling, well of water awl cis=
tern at the door, a comfortable
for a miller with a well of the finest water
at the door, a large
Frame Stable, Wagon Sheds, Corn Cribs)
Hog Pens, new Blacksmith Shop, Cooper
Shop, and other necessary buildings. There
are also on the premises TWO FINE
containing 3. , aTiety of othei choice Fniit
The above property is beautifully and
advantageously situated, in the heart of
oue of the best grain-producing regions in
the State, only 21 miles from . Uaynesboro',
Stltion on the W. M. 4, R. and in close
. . _to_the_proposed __Wqnesbo L
Branch R. R. line.
The buildings are so arranged that- the
Mill property with ten or twelve acres of
land can be sold separate from the farm if
it is desired.
For further particulars persons wishing
to purchase can address the snbscriber at
-Pittston;Pa., -or-W.-S.--Amberson-pr -John
Philips, Esq., Waynesboro' ' Pa.
• to - Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on
said day, when attendance will be given
and the terms made known by
Align st - 1 —ts
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
rpur. nruknigned-liaming-det • . -
R move West, has concluded to offer at
Private Sale, the Valuable Real Estate up
on which he now resides, situated in An
trim ,township, Franklin corn y,. Pa., at a
point where the Hagerstown and Waynes
boro' road intersects the Leitersburg and
Middleburg, about 5 miles from either of the
former towns, and three from each of the
latter places, on which is commonly called
the "Marsh." This property is convenient
to Towns, Churches, Schools and Mills,
and contains about 6 ACRES OF
LAND (more or less) upon
MO • which there is an elegant TWO
with six rooms and passage in centre of
house, besides a basement under the entire
building containing one room as kitchen,
the rest being in cellar. The same proper
ty has thereon all necessary °al-buildings,
convenient to residence, such as Smoke
House. Wash House, Wood House. Bake
oven, Blacksmith SJ op, Carriage House and
Spring House, through which there runs a
never failing stream of water, from Spring
convenient to dwelling. The Stabling on
premises is well arranged and in good re
pair„ There is also a fine orchard of choice
Fruit Trees, being young and thrifty, the
land attached is In good condition and well
adapted to farming or pastorage, having a'
milling stream of water passing through the
entire length. What makes the above pro
perty the more desirable is not only on ae
comwof its water comlnunications, having
one of the best Springs in the county, but
also on account of its great variety of well
selected fruit, consisting of apples, pears,
peaches, plumbs and yrapesoli in tine bear
ing condition. The above property will be
sold as a whole or in parts to suit purchas
ers, and if not sold at private sale before
SATURDAY 28TII SEPTEIVBER, it will on that
day and date be offered at public sale at 10
o'clock, A. M., the highest bidder being the
buyer, subject to the terms made known
on day of sale.
The above property is well calculated for
a Blacksmith Stand or private residence.
August 1-4 t
Os SATURDAY THE 3lsr OF AUGUST, '72
ivILL be offered at Public Sale, on the
premises, on Saturday the 31st day of
August next, at 1 o'clock, P. 31.. all that
fine field o" lot of ground, adjoining the
Borough of Waynesboro', on the North side
and lands of Alex. Hamilton, P. Haas and
others, being situated on Mt. Hope road to
Chambersburg, containing about
of the very best farming land, tinder a good
fence and in the highest state of cultivation.
The field - will Tie sold altogether or in sep
arate lots as heretofore survey ed as may
Also at the time will be sold three choice
situated on the west side of Leitersburg St.,
Waynesboro', 41} ft., by 200 ft., running
back to an alley .
A:so three new Two-Story Log Weather
adjoining said building lots. These houses
are built of the very best material plastered
ceiled and painted throughout and well fin
ished in all respects, have cisterns (in each
lot) smoke house and wash Louse, and
good Well of water on one of said lots. They
are conveniently arranged and suit very
well fur one or two families
XE2.I - Terms made known on day of sale
by LEIVI SAYDERS.
DR, J. M. RIPPLE. DR. A. S. lIONERRAKE.
RIPPLE & BONER/IHE,
Having associated themselves in the prac
tice of Medicine and Surgery, oiler their
professional services to the
• pllice in the room on the J. , orth East
Cor. of the Diamond, formerly occupied by
Dr. John J. Oellig, deed.
' July 18, 1872-1 y
MILLTE.aRY GOOF_ S
TO THE LADIES !
MRS. C. L. lIOLLINBER(TER has just
received a full supply of new Millinery
goods: Ladies are invitedlo ealfand oxthaine
- - -4-32Eir,--2111LIVa
iFprises o g es or. er o rrt ian
Equestrians, Daring Gymnasts, Wonder.
ful Acrobats, Beautiful Lady Gymnasts,
Agile Vaultigeurs, Modern Olympiads,
Beautiful Trick Horses,•Liliputian Ponies
fbr proof of which the fhllowing UNEX
AMPLED ARRAY OF ARTISTS, each•
of whom has acquired a brilliant Etn et.
pean al4l American reputation is present
The Greatest and Oldest Equestrian in
country, will certainly appear and ride
his-comic - act of 13ACMUS," the only
Levi J. North,
MR. W. T. AYMAR,
IHE KING OF CLOWNS, The most
accomplished and refined Jester of. the
present age. Acknowledged all over the
World. Likewise will appear in his great
character of PETE JENKINS' - visa
BI'LLE JENNIE WATSON,
The most accomplished and beautiful-E._ -
I estxienne,of-the-age,-frona-BattyJsdloy , --
al Amphitheatre, London, who has been
for the last three - years with - - the — Great -
European Circus, and stands at the head,
of her profession in her rrincipal Act,.
The wonderful Grotesque and iaueg
1114ADAME LUCY ILENTENG,
The Graceful and Astenhing
The Only . Man Fish. in the world, now
traveling with this Circus, acknowledged
to be the best and most wonderful Curi
osity of the age. The most singular il
lustration of Living Under Water; Eat
ing• Drinking and 'Smoking. a, Pipe under
water, will, be seen from an immense a
quarium, and alone is worth the Admis
sion Fee to the whole circus-.
THIS SHOW HAS THE
BEST AttlY FAREST MUST&
N - "Mw FEATURES,
BETTER AND MORE EXPERIENCED,
In its employ than any Circus traveling
this season ; and a finer STUD OF
HORSES than any show in America.—
It has the finest Principal, Barebacls and
Hurdle Riders in the world. No 'pains
or money has bean spared to procure
first-class Artists ; and every feat in horse
manship will be performed with a neat,
ness of execution more daring and won
derful than ever witnessed in any Circus
GRIND. FOREST CITY CIRCUS
From its organization has borne the•palm
of superiority over all other shoes. Tho
uniform excellence of the performances
given, the beauty and perfect Training of'
is unequaled Trick liorses, the refined
and elevated style of its entertainments
and the care exercised in selecting the
GREATEST CLOWNS, RIDERS, •GY3I--,
In the world, all make it Certainly the,
Most complete Circus now Traveling.
PROF. MILLER'S SILVER CORNET
A musical organization of Metropolitan
celebrity. The finest musical talent trav
eling this season. It has always been
the aim of the Proprietors of this Circus,
to enliven their grand entertainment with
the finest music that can be obtained.
The Wagon will be drawn by beautiful
marked ARABIAN STEEDS, decorated
with harneis and trappings of the most
splendid workmanship, and will parade
the principal streets previous to the af
ternoon performance, as an announement
that the time has arrived to open the
At WAYNESBORO' August 9tb.
Afternoon and Evening
Doors open at 1-30 and 7, P. M
Admission to the entire show ZO cts
Children under 10 years 25 cts.
Devoted to the use of
L. L. NE ArTON, Agent.