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TintreiJAW:: November_ 5, 'U.
110 granger Luilg-
sg6.Gairgp Reynolds, of Salt Lake
Citvs hsia bean indicted for '`polygamy
held ck bail: - This is the niistindiettnee
e. that eitrunder,the act of Vengrmyi. ,
011,.Qn ,FundayA i week, while three
: saltom, w,ero :walking aim g Thames street
"- - Ealtiniore, -.conversing with- cacti other,
.one of them ,named, IL English
41 out a piskil and placed it against the
',bead of one.of his comradcs,named Crow
• :ley,' to illustrate a story he was telling,
when the pistol went off, instantly killing
tom© Shoemaker has justdied in a lunat
ic asylum in England, in whose stomach
-was found; after death, one viand ten
ounces of. iron nails, several pieceP of
snap iron, and an awl witheuta handle.
There were 1,09 nails. Take warning ye
crjspins who take your pegs anti tacks in
to your mouths.
em, Active measures are being taken in
the IVest• for the relief of the unfortunate
farmers in Nebraska whose props have
'been eaten up by ornsshoppers. There is
great destitution in some localities, and
probably the Appeal for aid will be gent
across the mountains to the benevolent
people of the East. It is asserted that.the
deplorable condition of the people has
been concealed by land speculators and
immigrant agents who feared that if the
whole truth was known their business
tvogja ;min a serious cheek, '
fieint is estimated that of 12,000,000
of women in America, 11,000,000 wear
oldie° dresses, more pr less; that the spir
it of economy has, during the past year.
induced them to f9rego one dress apiece
from tbeir usual outlay; that the average
calico dress contains eleven yards, and
that, consequently, there has been a loss
to the trade by this retrenchment of 121,
000,000 yards. This is nearly the
product of all the mills of Massichusetts
for a year. •
funatiA,;4llman, who attemp
to assassinate Bismarck, was convict
ed and seuteneed to fourteen years impris
onment and the deprivation of his politi
cal rights for ten years. The compara
tive leniency of the punishment is to be
Attributed tO•the fact that on medical tes
timonTlCylimnies mind was judged to be
so tainted with ingnnity that he was or
ly partially responsible for his acts, But
,tor this mitigating circumstance the sen
tence would have been mach heavier.
Ileir On Thursday, President Grant is
sited the regular annual- Thanksgiving
preclamnlinn, appolatingAnr,dnY, Nov.
Nth, as 4: day of rest, ,tlimiksgiiing and
praise. says r, We are reminded by
the changing seasons that it is time to
p use in our daily avocations and offer
thanks to Almighty God for the mercies
and Abourinace of the year which is draw
ing tria Close. The blessings of free gov- .
ernment continue to be vouchsafed to us,
the earth has responded tq the labor of
Ow husbandman, the land ha.; been free
from pestilence, internal. order- is being
maintained, and peace with other Powers
leas prevailed. It is fitting that at stated
periods we should ;cease from our awls-
Somed pursuits and from the turmoil of
our lives , and. unite' in 'thankfulness for
the past, and jpi the cultivation of kiwi--
ly feelings toward each other."
IterMr. Joseph F. Ferdur, one of Lid
derzook's counsel, had a long interview on
Saturday with' the prisoner, dui inr.which
the latter manifested the utmost coolness
with reference to the scene in which he
is to play the most important cart on
November 12th. lie spoke of all the
rrangetneute with perfect indifference
and when asked wlten he would see his
wife, lie repijell be had po deske to meet
her at* present, alleging that Ole might
disturb his preparation for the other world,
which he considered would monopolize all
the dine be had left. As to the disposal
of his body, his wish is, that it be. hand
ed to the order of American Mechanics ;
'aid second, if they refuse it, that it be
deposited in the Wilhistown church yard.
He nko referred , to the fact that the bed•
'clothing be had in his cell belonged to his
motheT, and said he would have plenty of
time on the morning of the execution to
box it ''up and direct it to her. He has
•no hope of• a respite and still maintains
that he is innocent of tie crime of which
Thousands of people are reported'
'.!1•3400:44in Southwestern Nebraska ow
ing •to the gsasshopper ravers. Many
have lived for several weeks on pumpkins
and salt, and .others, on baked flour and
*Ater, one meal Ix day. Ten thousand
pimple in Nebraska will need aid suffi
. giont to keep them from starvation and
gold durinzthe winter. kluadrals of
peoplts Are piked And on the verge of star-
cation, and nithout. weans 160 leave the
Wg..ire are glad to gee that in ono ease,
at least; - friendship hes not interfered alai
the prosecution before the courts of one
friend for carelessly aiming a pistol ;at
another friend and letting it go off suppos•
ink all the time it was not loaded. One
Lewis Krumm, of Baltimore, has gainod
vercl zt of s6,oo(lapinst Nicholas &lob
ibr injuries thus reoetved,
001 - lie trial of Bev.,John S.. Glenden•
ningfor...the seduction of Mary E.::: P9ru 7
oroyis progressing slowly before the
bytery of Jereey(fity. , The evidence sub-'
inittetr- by the prosecution thus far fixes,
the charge uponithe defendant so clearly
that we Cannot see host he will escape .
conviction. The indications are that be
will receive the punishment justly merited
by his nuelitiatiatiandiut Manly treatment
of the poor girl, who declared almost with
her last breath that Glendenning was the
father of her child, The defendant pros-
ents a bold front, notwithstanding the,
nature of the evidence auct has made up
his mind to brazen it out, since he has got
so deep in Op mire of sensuality and de-
w of 1872 and
fierAn interesting experiment was per
formed on the 16th inst., in Fall River,
Mass., by Mrs. Julius Hoffman and Lou
is Weyland. of New York. - Herman Du
bois had suffered from consumption. for
Eye years, and had become yery
"Physicians advised him to seek a warmer
climate, but he bad not sufficieut strength
to avail himself of this chance of relief.—
Tor. Hoffman had transfused blood from
animals, dogs and lambs, to the human
subject with success in six. cases, and it
was determined to make the es•periroant
upon Der. Dubois—and a connection
was.formed by a glass tube with a vein
in the patient's qpin and the carotid artery
of a living iamb. The pure blood leaped
throngh the tube and entered' the system
of the patient. The stream was kept up
fqr one minute and forty seconds. Then
the compression was renewed and the tube
removed. Friday Mr. Dubois had : onfli.
ciently recovered his strength to enable
him to visit a warmer climate this coming
gold weather with prospects of regaining
his health. The lamb is doing well.
le-Became Judge Hall does not like
John Lutz, Esq., editor of the Bedford
Inquirer, personally, he made an -order
on the let inst., compelling all the coun
ty officers and all others having adverti
sing in any way connected with the court
to advertise in the Bedford 'Gazette an l
Everett Prem. Mr. Lutz is a practicing
attorney of years standing, and so bitter
has been the hatred of Judge Hall to him
that ho has for a year post omitted his
name in'calling over the Ilse:of attorneys.
We feel confident that there is na other
instance op_ record where a Judge of a
court ever carried his personal hostility
so far. As many be imagined, the course
of Judge Hall is denounced in the most
unnr..easured terms by every fair 'minded
man in that poonty.—,Blair Co: Boxlioal.
tter . .A. number of passengers wore eject
ed from the cars of the Erie railway a
few days ago because" theyrefused to pay
fare unless furnished with seats. They
have each brought suit against the coin :
pany for tm 0014sqw1 dollars damaats,
The result of this action will be looked
for with interest by a large class of per
sons, who are compelled to endure the in
cop vepiences inflicted by railroad cerpora
tions, Each railroad ticket calls for
"one seat," and it remains to be seen w•heth
er railroad officials can enforce payment
,or that which they do not furnish. So
little regard is entertained by the ma
jority of rajlroad companies for the com
fort of the traveling public that they
should be brought to a sense of their du
ty in the matter and provide proper ac
commodations for their patrons,
WILD Hocs.—lt is said that among
the mountains of West Virginia are found
many wild bogs, which do not hesitate to
attack the traveler, and are without doubt
the Most:dangerous denizens of the moon.
tains. They are usually found in herds
of from five to twenty, and the sight of a
human. being is the only signal for Attack
that they require. The intruder has then
nothing left'him but 4 .0 outrun them or
climb a tree and wait for them to leave.
we-There are about 700,000 gypsies in
Europe and 18,000 in England. Their
religion seems to extend no further than
a belief in their annihilation at death, al
though an occasional convert to the Christ
ian faith is made here and there among
iris... Butter and cheese aro almost indi s.
reusable articles of food. Properly used
they are nutritious and healthy ; but an
inordinate use of either causes indigestion
and dyspepsia. Parson's Purgative Pak,
judiciously used, will remove both of these
DarHave , you ague in the face ; and is
it badly swollen. Have you severe pain
in the chest, back, or 6idel Have you
cramps or pains in the stomach or bowels?
Have you billions colic or severe griping
pains ? If so, use Johnsons' Anodyne Lisi
terTbe Glades Hotel at Oakland, Gar.
rett county, Md, was destroyed by fire last
Tuesday afternoon from a defeethre flue.
Loss $40,000. .
Indies' have heretofore worn
nil sorts of flowers and fruits hi their
hats, and now they have a imi-app on the
Se'Some fellow has predicted that the
next year the potato bugs will destroy.the
map crop pf every Nan who neglects to
pay up forlais paper.
tel. The next meeting of tbo Adams
County Teachers' Institute will be held
in Gettysburg commencing 'Hominy, De
cember 7th, and continuing five days.
—Ths!uksgivintg, Thursday, 26th:!
pigeons have departed for fresh
Gelds and pestifies near.
—Bays save your penules—Christmas
s only 40 day§ oft'
—Postinaster Nelda basiettiveied from
his recent illness and is again at his post.
WOOD;--4. couple of loads
of hickory wood will be Taken at this office
LAUOIE ,CIABBAI3E.-36 Abrrn. Slam%
of this Place boasts a head. of cabbage
which . Weighs 1.9/ pounds.
SEEns..--The "old miller" across the
way, Pap, Elden, is still actively engaged
in the purchase and sale of seed, timothy
and clover. • '
—The hog disease is prevailing with
great, fatality in different. sections of the
country. A. number ofcases,are reported
in this vicinity.
SUDDEN' Dzevrt.—Mr. Jacob Shank, a
well-known farmer and much esteemed
citizen, after a brief illness expired at his
residence near this place on Tuesday morn:
in. His disease is said to have been
rheumatism of the stomach.
DECEASED.L-Mr. Joseph Frey an aged
and much'respected citizen died suddenly
of heart disease at his residence in dhatu
bersburg on Wednesday rnornfpg of last
RELIGIOUS.—ReV. Mr. Seheaffer, who
has been absent for several weeks is ex
pected home this week and will preach as
usual on Sunday next, morning and eve
ning, in St. Paul's Reformed Chapel.
im,The (=centric traveling street preaCh
er, Rev. Andrew Jackson Kearny, reach
ed our town on Saturday last and in the e
vening held forth on the diamond for an
hour or more, to a respectalgo audience,
so fat at least as numbers were concerned.
LECTURE.—Tbo Rev. Jesse M. Young
will deliver 'his famous lecture, entitled.
"Echoes from Round Top," in the MethoL
dist Church of this Place, Friday even
ing, November 20th. Tickets of admis
sion will be sold at reasonable rates.
FARM FOR SALE.—The mansion farm
belonging to Henry. &sore, dee'd, is of
fered at public sale in to-day's paper by
the administratonyMesers. Leeson et, Be
sore. This is a very desirable homestead.
MX-HagerstOwn Almanacs were never
plentier or cheaper. The standing price
it seams is five carits, with enough in mar
ket to supply every man, woman and child
is town and neighborhood.
We... Abou t, two o'clock on Saturday
morning last the Sash and Door Factory .
of Wrn. A. Hazlet, in Chamberscurg, was
entirely destroyed by fire involving a loss
of $21,500,00 upon which :there was but
$lOOO insurance. .
Tun ELECTION.—The election held on
Tuesday pegged off quietly, but little in
terest apparently was manifested as to the
result. The vote was light only 592 hat*
lug been polled. The Republican majek
ity on the State ticket is 15. We will
give the result officially in our next issue.
SBLLING.—We understand Mr. L. C.
llrackbill, general agent for the King
Fluting Iron has recently made some im
portant sales of territory to several re
sponsible citizens of this place and vicin
ity. The Iron where introduced has so
far given general satisfaction.
Ilti'Sunday Nov. Bth has hems set a
part as allay of special prayer in behalf
of the Y. M. 'C. Association throughout
the world. A meeting for that purpose
will be held in the Lutheran church nest
Sunday at;,3 o'clock. A. general attend
ance is requested.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CoNvErrrtcm.— The
Second Annual Session of the Union Sun
day School Convention of Franklin
be held in Chambersburg,on, the 17.
18th and 10th lusts. The place of hold
ing the sessions will be the First M. E.
. Valley Regieter, published at
Middletown,'Md. says a colored man nam
ed Benj. McCloud, charged with stealing
bogs in the vicinity of Waynesboro' and
selling them to parties at Mechanimtown,
was arrested at the latter place on Sun
day night a week and committed to jail.—
We uplerstand the hogs belonged b Sam
BAD BOYS.—There has been more or
less rowdwism on our streets of Saturday
nights for some time. We understand the
Council have determined that this state
of things shall not be. longer tolerated.—
High Constable Miller,. with assistants
will therefore be regularly on duty. here
after, and we advise mischievous chaps
'and `'big boys" fur whom the Lock :Up
has any terror to be on the alert, '
Tan WE.A.r.rmat.—A sudden change in
the weather took place on Saturday last,.
end instead of an atmosphere so string.
like which we had enjoyed for a couple of
weeks, a cold north-west wind prevailed
with snow flukes flying at times ia the
air. During Saturday night ice funned
to ,the thickness of a quarter of au jucb.
The weather has since moderated, but is
still quite chilly of mornings 4.0 eve-
sings rendering warm fires indispensable.
01 ift Waptesbelt; on , tittMtb, Oct:
I Wiong enough to 'termini
_opinion of it.
We sb3 a great contrast between ;the con
dition of schools tie their werein 187 p and
as thefare now. Your readers kuowwhat
miserable houses were used over a quar
ter of a century ago, and . what a good
building hai . oupplanted them, To 'go in
to details of the disadvantages both in 'the
instruments and in the plan 'of teaching
then enjoyed would cover a page of your
paper. My mind is carried back to that
picture and then to this. If children will
not learn enough of that which necessa
ry tPßl4tile one to get along in this world,
then, it is because nature has not bestow
ed upon them sufficient mental capacity,
or the , parente have not given due restraint
and instruction in the nnniery, 9r the pa
rent's and childrend have not valued pone ,
tuslity as they should. Although. the
school is not supplied with sufficient teach
eis: yet the youth of to-day has advanta
ges which should make them feel thank.
ful to Providence. As the school now is,
Vie will venture to put it up against any
in Franklin County, and gain the medal.
We next passed to Secondary where the
children had, jest come in from recreation.
The first ex ercise was Object Lessons in
Nat. History. Our attention was divided
by the sweet soul stirring music in the
adjoining, or primary school. Hoi'many.
of my readers who are near the zenith of
life, looking towards the setting sun, can
recall the lovely days, never 'to return,
when they attended school, and can think
of the joys that they had in singing of
"The Joie of Jesus I" Nay, the hickory
or the whiteoak rod coming in contact '
with the pupils back was.the timekeeper,
while the song of the "objective case" was
like the lamentations of Jeremiah the
Prophet. The . brimstone furnace prepar
ed for the disobedient, and the schools of
those days woreobjects not much different i
in effects' produced upon the fearful
and timid minds of children. Darkness.
has paa3ed.away to give place for bright
er light. ' --EX-PEpAGOGUE.--
RAILROAD TALE.—One of our most
proMinent citizens who returned fro
Hanover a few days since informs us that
ho was told there upon undoubted author
ity that it is the purpose of the Hanover
Railroad Company to extend the Gettys
burg Road as far as Fairfield next season
and if sufficient encouragement in stock
subscriptions is given East of the Moun
tain and along the route it will be bro't
to this place, and that the company final
ly contemplate& connection with the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad. He is under
the' impression; however. that if these sub
scriptions are withheld a connection will
be' - made . with the W. M. Railroad, for a
time 'at least, when the extension will be
made to:-tap the B. &O.R.R. at or near
Cumberland. This is about the import
of the conversation to which we refer and
we give it because it is reliable, and furth
er to encourage Those who have been look
ing so long -for a railroad in that direc
PREMUMS.—Aiiiong the premiums a-
Foiled at the reCont Frederick county
(Md.)' Agricultural Fair w$ peace the
following were awarded Messrs. Stewart
& Price of that city. formerly of this vi
cinity: Best Cultivator, $54 best Horse
Rake; $5 ; best Reaper and. Mower com
bined, $l5 ; 'best S weep Hotse rower, $10;
best Thresher, Cleaner aiKSeplinttor;
$l5 ; best' Straw, Carri9r-.Sefoarator, $5 ;
beit Hay or Straw' Cutter, Horse Power, ,
$5; best Hay teStraw Cutter,lmnd pow
er, $3 ; best Corn Sheller, hand power, $3;
best Corn Cob. Crusher, $5; best Fanning
Mill, $5 ; best Seed Cleaning Screen, $3;
best lot of Hay and Dung Forks, $2 ;
best Cider ABU imid4Press, $3 Stover
Wind Mill and Pump; Eclipse Portable
Steam Enghie, (Frick & Co's) . .best Rye'
Thresher; best Reaper and Mower; best
Cultivator; best Horse Rake.
Iv:Drar Stmorna 7 —lndian Summer,with
hazy skyes, smoky atmosphere, reddening
sun, and tinted lights and shadows, has
come once more on its annual round, and
forest, field and landscape lie dreaming in
its romantic , and half-melancholy glow.--
The summer . is dead ; the songs of birds
are hushed '; the many fingered zephyrs
that lately toyed with' the roses and.whis
pered sweet love-tales to the brightening
leaves are stilled, as if Nature pauses to
muse for a while, and togsze fondly back
upon the bright . World she had made for
,the 'flitsh of the,year,' and seems to
be touched with a gentle sorrow for the
winter's desolation that'must •seen come.
AN AGED CruzEx.—Mr. 'John Ben
char, an aged and respected Citize n. of
this township, died at his residence near
Monterey, on the 24th• ult., being in the
95th year of his age. He was born near
Monterey. on the 4th day of January,
1780, and'died on the 26th day of Octo
ber, 1874, thus making his' age 94 years,
9 months and 22 days: He was the fa
ther of 14 childron ; 77 grand-child
ren, and 45 great-graaid-ehildren—mak
ing a total of 136.
He was . the oldest male' citizen in the
township, except Mr:,Pavid Ptewer, - sea.,
of , this vicinity, whci is in the.96th or 97th
year of his tige. Fos Amaral was large.
1p attemlad, and the funeral services yarn
.conduoted,by Rev. Mr. Keedy (Lutheran)
and Rev. Mr. Gould, (Methodist) ills re
amins were interred on the home farm. -
—See advt. T. H. Holings.vorth.
FIRE ON VIE MOUNTAIN.--0111`Thur.-
any afternoon last the Beath Mountrsin
was fired near Zentmyre's old tan l yard by
spark* from a passing omit' re. Every
thing being very dry the fireby evening
Idld extended a distance of four or five
miles, and before morning had reached
the other aide of the mountain. The loss
of young timber, rails, wood, etc. has nec
essarily been very great, but as to this we
are without any particulars. . IT'p to
Monday evening last the work of destruc
tion was still going on.
oft. 4 Focal COnvention, under . the di
rection of the Executive Committee of the
Y. M. O. Association of Pa, will be held
in Greencastle on the 10th and 11th of
NoVamber, all the associations of this
county and Hagerstown Md., will send
representatives. The State Secretary and
several members of the State Executive
committee will be present. All persons
who may feel interested in the cause are
cordially invited to be present.
SurrununG Irmrs.—The recent fires
on the South Mountain, along the line of
the W. M. R. 8., consumed a large a
mount of fencing for Jno. Welty, Esq.,
On his farm lying on the line of the road
near the &mar 'Water tank. It is said
these fires originate through carelessness
on the part of the Engineers, neglecting
to use their fire screens and thereby pre
vent hurninf 7 , coal flying Item the smoke
stack. Several of the ;sufferers from the
fire contemplate prosecuting the It a i
Road Company to recover damages caus
ed by their negligence.
As Mr. Daniel Lecrone, living near this
place, was driving toward Hagerstown
on Saturday the 24th day of Oct. on the
Marsh Turnpike his horse took fright
near the Paradise school house, and ran
away throwing him froth the buggy. The
shafts becoming detached the horse ran a
considerable distance before he was caught.
The buggy was badly broken but Mr.
Lecrone escaped with very little personal
In Smitheithrg on the 31st ult., of inju
ries received on the W. M. R. R. two
years ago, Mi. Edward Houck aged 48
yr's. 11 months and 29 days.
The Smithsburg Sunday school (Luth
eran) has appointed, Rev: X. J. Richard
son and J. W. Barkdoll, delegates to the
Maryland State S. S. Convention to meet
in Fred'k. city on the 17th, 18th, and 19th
DUFF'S MERCANTILE CoLixoE.—The
name "Duris synonymous with the very
idea of book-keeping in this community.
Over thirty-four year&ago this highly suc
cessful Institution opened its doors for the
education of young men in the science of
book-keeping, Etc. Since that time hun
dreds, yea, even thousands, hailing from
all sections of the country have gradua
ted from the College, until the name of
"Duff" has become engrafted on the minds
of almost every business firm throughout
Duff's System of Book-keeping, pub
lished years ago by Harper Bros., and sub.
sequently republished,uutil many editions
have appeared, is still acknowledged as
the best work of the kind ever offered to
the public. It has been adopted as the
standard throughout the country, and its
completeness is confessed bran who have
• The Messrs. Duff have brought to its
management a thorough understanding
of general business,- We would advise
our readers to write for circular to P.DUFF
& Sots, Pittsburg, Pa.
B UXINESB .LO CALM
—A large and choice assortment of La
die' and Gents' Underwear, cheap, at
novs huce & HOEFLICH'S.
—Pußue SALE—Rouse furniture, ete.
at the store room, N. E. cor. of the Square,
November 7th, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
novb It F. P. BsAvEn.
—OYSTERS i—The subscriber announ
ces to his patrons and all others desiring a
mess of fine Oyster that he has made ar
rangements to receive at his Restaurant
under the Waynesboro' ;Hotel, four times a
week, the choicest article the Baltimore
market will afford, which he will sell by
the pint; quart or gallon.
novs tf • Psren:Councri.
—The plan that territory is sold on for
the King fluting, glossing,band and smooth - -
ing iron, four complete Irons in ono, is :
you pay $2OO for a county and get with
your deed two hundred dollar's worth of
irons. It is the only patent where yo riga
viihie received. It is a paying business.—
Call at my. residence on Church Street, in
Waynesboro' and examine the iron. Terri
tory is selling rapidly. L. C. BRAcnnim,
novs tf • Gen. Agent.
Rai SALE PRIVATELY.=TIIO subscri
ber. having,fitiied to dispose of his most val
uable goods, furniture, carpetting, bedding,
&c. &c. at public sale on Saturday the 31st
ult., now offers the same at private sale.—
Persons wanting bargains will do well to
call and examinri goods and prices. •
Quincy, oct 5, '74. , ,
—Boys' Caps from 35 to 75 cents at
the Towx HALL STORE. oct29 2t
—Call and see Mask Cap for men and
hoys, at the TOWN HALL Stour.. oct29 2t
-If you want a nice Pod - go to the
TowN ft er n &roar and ask for the best Vir
iginia Kip. • . oct29 2t
—A splendid assortment of Neck Ties;
Collars, Cuffs and Hosiery, very cheap, at
„ELIO TQWN HALL STORE. oct29 2t
--Just r.eceiyed at aroyzu & WOthel3
; a Pine 4qt of Buck and Loat,her Dlow.
—A new line of Hats for Men and
Boys,:jitst received .nt the Toivi HALL STORE,
Fon SALE.—Two seta of new - Yankee
Harness, including breeeltbands, bridles,
&c..lines, lnquire at . this OFFICE. 0c29 St
terlf Alcoholic Stimulants are taken
into the blood the heart works faster,. and
this unnatural speed weirs mft the vital
machinery. All intoxicating nostrums
advertised as "umics," "renovators," &c.,
produce this disastrous eißct, and should
be rejected. Da. WALKER% VEGETABLF_
VINEGAR Brrrues-an Invigoraut with
out the curse of alcohol—is everywhere
'supplanting these poisons. oct29-4w
Noncr.-27/e Band Wagon.—The fol
lowing persons—Adam Fomey,Wm.French
and Wm. ilaunstine—have been appointed
a committee to wait upon citizens next
week who subscribed towards the purchase
of a new wagon for the Waynesboro' Band,
for the purpose of receiving said_subsprip.
The'committle is also anthorized to so
licit further subscriptions. It is hoped those
who Lave not yet had an opportunity to
Subsci ibe will do so when called on by the
committee. For the very liberal subscrip
tions already obtained the members of the
Band make special acknowledgment o f
FALL STYLFB.—Latest styl e s hats for
men and boys, just opened out at SNIDEIVB
Store, Oellig Building. oct22
NEW Goons.—A full line of new goods
now open at Sxmaa's Store, , oct22
OPERA. Boars—A full line just-receiv
ed at SNIDER'S Store, cor. Public Square.—
They are unsurpassed. oct22
GLOVES !—A full assortment at Ssx-
DER'S cheap boot, shoe, bat. cap and notion
store, cor. Public Square, Waynesboro'.
HOSIERY — A complete assortment for
men, women and children, at SNIDER'S
Store, Oollig Building, Waynesboro'. oct22
NOTIONS-...A' clean stock now selling at
SNIDER'S. - oct22
—A lot of nice InitiallPaper at sixteen
cents a hos t all kinds of writing•paPers on
hand from five tents a quire upwards; good
quality envelopes at five cents a pack. The
best qualities lower prices than elsewhere.
A full line of blank books from a memoran
dum at three cents to a large Ledger. 'Re
member,the place, at Dr. Amberson's Drug
St. Book Store, Waynesboro' Hotel,Building.
1166. That dry hacking cough is the herald
of approaching consumption. To check the
swift progress of the destroyer, prompt and
decisive measures must be restored to: A.
dose of Dr. Morris Syrup of Tar, Wild Cher
ry and Horehound, taken when the *nigh
ing spells come on, will afford immediate
relief and eventually effect a thorough cure.
It will be 'found equally beneficial in all
forms of throat and lung disorders. In cases
of croup it is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store of F. FORTIIMAN, and inquire
about it, they will furnish you with a sam
ple bottle.sept 24-10 w
CARPETS I CARPETS I—Messrs. STOVER
& Wour have just received a full line of
Carpets and Oil Cloths which they will sell
at prices to suit the times. Ladies are invi
ted to call and examine their new styles
before rotrchasing elsewhere. sop 17
HAMS • ' .........20
8UTTER.........._.... - • • 18
HARD SOAP ' 5
FLOUR.—Western Super at 4.25; do.
Extra at $firstname.lastname@example.org ; and do. Family
at $6 per bbl.
WHEAT.—Western red at 115 cents,
and No. 3 do. at 110 cents, Southern at
112 cents fur fair red to 130 cents ior am
CORN.—Market nominally firm at 83
cents, new mixed on track at 70@73 cents
for damp and 80 cents for dry.
OATS.—Southern at 61@63 cents and
Western at 58 and 60 cents for good mix
RYE,—Market dull at email@example.com cents
for good to prime.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET, No
vember 2.—cattle mo►e active . 84a7.25.
Sheep dull; $4.60a5.50. Hogs in fair de
A Valuable Farm
undersigned,achninistrators of Hen
ry Besore, dee'd, will offer at public
sale the following described Real Estate,
situated 4 miles West of Waynesboro' and
1 mile south of the turnpike leading to
On Mondsty the 30th November, 1874:'
THE MANSION FARM !
containing 97 ACRES, more or less, best
quality limestone land in a good state of
cultivation, about 15 acres of which is
FINE MEADOW LAND.
The improvements are a good two and a
half story r •
STONED WELLING HO USE,
BANK STONE BARN, Wash House, Wood
Shed, Wagon Shed, Corn Cribs, and all o
ther neessary out-buildings; there aro two
wells of good water, oue convenient to the
house, with the Marsh Run passing through
a portion of the, tract. There is also on the
0. F. SU3I3IERi.
A FINE YOUNG ORCHARD OF
choice fruit treesin good bearing condition.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock on said day
when the terms will be made knoWn by •
• SIMON LECRON,
• novs tai G. V. Mong, aunt.
T"subacriber trill pay the high Cat
market•price for 15,000 feet of Poplar
and WriliM, ,Lninber delivered in Warm'
born'. - G. F. LILY.
oct 1 tf
BALTIMORE ' NOVEMBER 2, 1874.
LATEST ELECTION Nr.wii.—We 'receiv
ed yesterday's American just as we were
putting our paper to prem, from which we
learn that the Democrats were victorious
generally 'at the elietione held on Tues
day. The next congress will be Demo
cratic. Gen._ Dix was - defeated in, Now
'York for governeimui LoWndes for Con
gress in Maryland. : • •
THE subscriber announces to his cus
tomera and the public that he has re
moved to a shop erected at his residence
on the old Hagerstown road; wherel
continue the boot and shoemaking business.
Persons Iginting boots or shois made to or
der, or repairing done, will at all times be
accommodated at short notice and upon,
reasonable terms. His prices are ; Fine
Boots, $7 ; Half-soling, 75 Cents; Half-sol
ing and Heeling, $1,00; Ladies' wear made
to order at store prices.
Persona wanting ropairing done can leave
such work at tin shop of C. IL Frey if they
prefer doing au.
TUOS, IL HOLLINGSWORTH.
MEEundersigned, auditor, appointed by
the Common Pleas Court of Franklin
Co., Pa., to distribute the balance in the
hands of D. B. Russell, assignee of . Fred'k
Lesher, hereby gives notice to all that ho
will sit for the purpose of his appointment
at Joseph Douglas' office, in Waynesboro',
at 10 o'clook, A. M., on Tuesday the Ist day
of December, 2874, when and where all in
terested can attend, have their claims pre
sented, or be debarred from share of the
fund in hand. E. J, BONBRAKR,
novs 4t Auditor.
r !ME subscriber intending to go West,
J. will sell at Public Sale at his residence,
2 miles South of Ringgold, 'on the Chas.
On THURSDAY the 19th of NOVEMBER,
the following personal property, to wit:
6 HEAD OF HORSES,
one is a tine roan stallion, 2 colts rising four
years, one rising 3 years and one 6 months
old ; 12 Head of Cattle, three .ich are
mulch cows, twa will be freSt *Wit itibout the
time of sale, ono fat cow and onejlit heifer,
the balance young cattle in good condition;
18 ILEAD .OF HOGS;
six of which - are brood sows, 2 boars, 8 fine
chester pigs; IS Head of Fine Sheep;. 1
three-inch Farm Wagon, 1 cart; 2 barshear
plows, 2 double and 1 single shovel plows,
2 harrows, 2 sleds, 1 pair wood ladders, 1
lime bed s sets breechbands, 1 set • of front
gears, 4 sets plow .gears, 2 good Sy-nets, 1
set singl e . harness, riding saddle and bridle,
collars ; bridles, halters. 1 housen, 4 barrels
cider vinegar, 1 wheelbarrow, small grind
stone, 1-grain cradle 1 digging iron, 1 log
chain, pick, mattoc k,, stone hammers, 2
mowing scythes, 4 soaps of, bees,
16 ACRES GRAIN IN THE GROUND,
700 bundles of cornfodder, 2 tons '
25 barrels of cern, and many other article.%
not necessary to mention.
• Will also be offered at the same time the
Huckster Route known as the old Gilbert
Sale to commence at :10 o'clock on said
day when terms will be made known. -
Agent for David Nigh.
Jos. !toward, Auo4
THE subscriber intend ing.to discautinno
houseiceepin will soli at Aublic sale at
his residence in Waynesboro', •
Oa Saturday the 7th day Noxembeiri '74;,
the following personal' property, to wit: • '
1 FINE YOUNG ROME, 4 -YEARS
'old; - 1 shifting top buaty, 1 one-horse wag.
on, 1 sleigh and bells, I double shovel plow,
1 set wagon harnes s , 1 set buggy harness, L
fly-net, 1 riding saddle and bnille,l cutting -
box, a lot hay; and cornfodder, a lot cooper
- 1 stave jointer, tress hoops, drawing
knives, &c., a lot' carpenter tools; I work._
bench, 1 digging iron, 1 - wend saw and buck
1 mowing scythe, forks and rakes, itlot old
ONE AMERICAN SEWING MACHINE,
2 bedsteads, 1 dining table, 1 set of chairs,l
eight-day clock, 1 looking glass, 65 yards of,
carpet, 28 yardsflocir oil elcith,.9 i yards stair
carpet, 10 yards stair oil eloth,.lolstair rods
13 oil window shades, 1 parlor stOve,"
20 BARRELS 'CORN',
26 bus. potatoes, 1 pickel staMi,l ice cream
churn, 1 water cooler, 1 pair stop ladders,l
sausage cutter and staffer, lard'press,logals*
vinegar, a lot tin and earthen ware, and
many'other articles too numerous to men.
Sale to commence at I o'clock on saki
day when terms will be made 'known. by
JOHN F. JOHNSTON.
Geo.,V. Mong, auct.
4UDITfIPStIII I 4
THE Auditor appointed by tho Court of
Common Pleasnf Franklin county, Pa.,
to distribute the balance in the hands of
John Wiles, assignee underdecd of, volun
tary assignment of Jacob Wiles and. wife,
to and among the creditors of said assig
uors—will, for the purpose of his nlivoint
ment, meet the parties interested on l. burs
day, November 12th, at his office in the
Repository Building in the Borough of
Chambersbuig, ' GEO. W. WELSH,
oct22 lit Auditor. •
• ..itdmiiziBtrater'4; Irotioew. '
NOTICE is hereby given that hitters of
administration on the estate of Alexan.
der Hamilton, late of Wavnesbore, deed. ,
have been granted to the ,undersigned by
the Register of Franklin County.,
till persons knowingthemselves to be in.
debted to said estate must make immediate
payment, and all persons having claims a
gainst the same must present them to the
undersigned,pro_perly authenticated forsetm
tlement. ,JOHN Z. HAMILTON,
NoncE is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the estate of Jno,
Null Into of Waynesboro, dee'd.,'hace been
granted to the undersigned. AU persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those hay.
ing claims against the same to, present them
properly authenticated, for settlement.
H. It. GAFF,
Tim subscriber offers the above reward
for the apprehension and conviction of
the party who p?isoned his dog on the
night of the' sth inst. and one of , his hogs
on the 20th. . •
TliOS. H. HOLLINGS WORTH.
Farm at Private Sale
Iwill sell the Reyer Farm, near Stouffer's
111 ill, now occupied by Jacob C. Stouffer.
The farm has good improvements and. con
tains 40 acres good laud. Foi further in
formation please view the property,
ISA?C SIIPCKEY, ttuognee.
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