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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Just Their VVay. ¦ "Come''back sir, come back sir, Recollect from to-day When I tell you to leave me I mean you to stay." That's so, who ever knew a girl now-a; days to eay what she meant! Keep company with "them a whole year upon a stretch, then ask them to have you and see how they'll act. Ten chances to one if they don't open their blue ' eyes'in astonishment at what they term your presumption, and ask you "what in the world you mean." Why they never thought of whi 'such a thing as marrying,' not they, " what ever put such a preposterous idei into your head;" what had they ever doni to allow you for a moment tosuppose the] cared a whit more for you than they die for Mr. Smith over the way, or Mr. Jone around the corner, and yet mark my wok if you are green enough to still persist ii your suit, it will not be long before thej will tell you with seeming]reluctance, thai they will think about the matter, when ii truth they had thought of nothing else foi at least sbc months and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Jftisdlawoiis Itaiuuiij. LOVED AND LOST. • Silver threads are gathering in youi hair; and you are growing old, and you often sit in the twi-light and think of the times that have passed. You think of that Wednesday evening, long, long ago, whe you stood out in the maple grove to the east of your father's house, and saw the young lady walk down the road to Squire Watson's corner, and turn into the long'lane which led into his house. The golden and parti-colored leaves were falling from the great oaks and maples which stood on either side, forming a rich, soft carpet for her feet as she walked along. It was one of those mellow autumn days, when the, entire world seems to be wrapped in a soft, summer haze, and when one loves to sit down' and ruminate on the past, and dream bright day-dreams of the future. You were only a boy then. Twenty snmmers had passed over your head, but as yet no trouble had come to you, and felt as free and as happy as the merriest bird in the air. You had y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

FORESHADOWS. Beautiful morning of light, Cloudless grace of the sky, Waters bathing the sight, Birds with their minstrelsy Singing gladness of day,. ¦ Making the fugitive sweet,— Till a red leaf drops at my feet, And summer has vanished away! The maple-tree swings in ether, The ripples are washing the sand, Winds give the waves a white feather , And they fling them back to the land; The black ducks watch their play; But the crowding swallows we sea In the scarred old juniper tree Say, Summer is wearing away. ,, > Shadows lie dark on the hillside, Sunshine lies warm on the shore, Bat the Golden Kod waves in his pride And-the clover blooms no more; Gone are white blossoms of 3Iay, There robe is a.purple leaf; ¦ And the corn stands ripe'in his sheaf, ^_ Fj3iLSjjffime£ig_glidiB£awayJ Turbulent mornings of prime, Joy of the first rude endeavor, 1 Dawn of a blossoming time, Bads no October can sever! ¦*""The violet days are done, < —But4heJily-flames-in-his-6trength, :!!=r...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

. The Philosopher's Stone. The eccentricTW brilliant John Eandolph once rose suddenly up in his seat in the House of Representatives, and screamed out, ; at the top of his shrill voice: "Mr. Speaker! Mr. Speaker! I have discovered the philosopher's stone. It is—Pay as you go," and you need not dodge sheriff* and constables. "Pay as you go," and you can walk the streets" with an erect back and manly front and no fear of those you meet. You won't have to cross the street to avoid a dun, or look in¬ tently in a shop window, in order not to see a creditor. "Pay as you go," and you can snap you ' r.fingers at the world, and when you laugh, it will be a heartv, honest one, and not like the laugh of " a poor debter, who looks around as; though he was in doubt whether the laugh was not the property of his creditors, and' not included in articles "exempted from attachment." Pay as you go," .and you will meet smiling faces at home^-happy, cherry-cheeked, smiling children-r-a contented wif...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Adhearance to Orders. ' Old Captain Tarter, who was in' command of the Betsy, . many years • ago in the Pacific, was a most uncomfortable man who governed his subordinates on the ' knock-do wn-and-drag-out system.—- He was even more hreted by his officers than by Jack on the forecastle. One day he and hJs second mate had been at high words, and after the storm had blown over; the old man was going down below, as "was his regular custom, for an afternoon nap. "Brown!" he 'called to an officer, purposely dropping the handle to his- name to humiliate and exasperate him, "do you know how to lull a ho" ?" "Yes, sir, I suppose I can manage'to muckle one." "Well, kill, that hog!"' pointing out a particular one in the heard. And down went the captain to his siesta. Mr. Brown called a couple of hands from forward 1 and ordered them to catch the porker and drag' him along ,to the cook's chopping-block- • "Carpenter!" said he, "bring me your broad-axe." With two powerful blows the pig wa...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

_™^™_J^Curious-World. This is a_curious world. Two months ago one B. F. Simmons eloped from St. Paul with a married lady, both of them leaving families behind theft. Both were in "good society." Both were execrated. The other day.both returned. The woman was met with reproaches and epithets.— Old friends cut her on the streets. A divorce was demanded by her agrieved husband. She was voted an outcast. How about Simmons ? Simmons was a man, you see, and that makes a difference, y&u know His wife and weeping friends welcomed him with embraces—the poor, misled prodigal. His cronies laughed with him gaily on his gallantry. That night he drove around town with his family behind dappled greys, and bowing and smil uig uaurouizmgiy. Mr3;—no matter about the other name —the other reprobate—is literally spurned and driven from her home by all who knew her, while her paramour and the equal criminal has not even for a moment lost his business footing, and is just as much the favorite...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

. . Published . by M' equeet Liquor Drinking. . The people ~ 6f the United States, according to Commissioner Wells, swallowed by retaiHnra single year, $1,574,491, 865 worth of liquor poison. Of this vast sum, New York guzzled $246;917,528; "•Pennsylvania §152,653,495, and Illinois $119,993,946. This is " the direct cost of a'single year, in which poverty has been general throughout the country; in-wkicH thousands of families have, suffered for the necessaries' of life; in which large numbers have died'of starvation and exposure. ' Indirectly, the cost has been immeasurably greater. It is summed up in blighted hopes, saddened homes, ruined fortunes, brol&n hearts, debauchery, degradation, dishonor and death. Every pris¬ on in the land cries aloud against this frightful evil; every insane asylum . has its raving maniacs; 'every brothel and gambling hell bears witness to its depravity ; every penitentiary is a. monument to its effects; eatery gallows "its tale of ruin ...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Redeem axd Save.—He is a hardhearted man who will not allow the most degraded a chance to work out redemption. Many an erring mortal has died in despair, cursing his race,- because, when he fell, there were hone to whisper good counsel to him. Be^brbearing with your brother. If he falls, help him . up. The Pharisaical sternness of the sober class of the world has driven many a drunkard to despair. He finds himself* shunned, and no one to woo him back to sobriety, and lie drinks deeper, feeling that none cares for him. Cold. hcartedness is the very worst medicine for this class. Hold out your hands to' help, persuade, encourage and be patient, and you may redeem and save.

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Little Things!—Little words-are the sweetest to hear; little' charities fly farthest, and stay longest, little Hearts the. fullest, and. little-farms tho best tilled. Little books arc the most read and little songs the dearest loved. And when nature would make anything especially rare and beautiful,' she makes it little—^little pearls, little diamonds, little dews. - Agur's is t* model prayer, but then it is a little one, and' the burden of the peti tion is for - but little. The Sermon on the Mount is little, but the last dedication discourse was an hour. . Life is made up of littles; death is what remains of them all. Day is made up of little beams,- and night is glorious with little stars.

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Traits of the Tidies.—The New York Express has a sententious and pointed article on the baucftil love of luxury,' dissipation, idleness, dress and show. It is this that makes'officials corrupt, merchants bankrupt, thousands of wives, and sons and daughters shams and creatures of fashionable folly. They Eap tho lifeblood from old time integrity, and lead the nation in the way of old Home.in the palmy days of the Patricians. What is needed is simplicity -of living and simplicity of life, in the government, in the State, in the city, in the church, in the family, and in the hearts of the whole people. Whoever, beacons this way points the road to not only a better but & happier existence*

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

.. —Nothing so momentous as principles. As sure as August shows the work of the farmer, so sure the futurity will show the principles than art cultivating now. f'Buy then the truth!" buy 'it at any cost, for Any amount of labor, sacrifice or talent—"buy it, and "when thou hast it, sell jt^ttot! Sell it not for pleasure, for pn>sperity, %|br fame or for life. Get holy principles, and thou sholt get the pinions of an ¦ angled which shall bear thee above all the clouds and storms of earth, into the sunshine and cairn of eternity.

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

SOXG FROM GCETHE Many thousand stars are burning Brightly in the vault of night; Many an earth-worn heart is yearning . Upward with a fond delight. '! 1 Stars of beauty, stars of glory, Radiant wanderers of the sky! "Weary of the world's sadjstory Ever would we gaze on high.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

Pay no attention to. slanderers or gossip-mongerg. . v i Keep straight" on ia your course, and'iet.their kvckbitUigs die the death of neglect ' ", ¦

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

A bitter jest is the poison of friend ship. , The following gem of thought, from the pen of Samuel Longfellow, comes to.,us without a title. "The golden sea its mirror spreads • Beneath the golder skies, - And but a narrow strip between Of land and shadow lies. "The cloud-likerocks,;therocklijcc clouds Dissolved in glory float,; And; midway of the radiant flood, Hangs silently the boat. - "The sea is but another sky, The sky a sea as well, And/which is earth, and which the heavens, The eye can scarcely tell. ' . . "So when for us life's evening hour Soft-fading shall decend, May glory, bora of earth and heaven, ; The earth and heavens blend. "Flooded with peace the spirit floats With silent rapture glow, Till where earth ends and heaven -begins The soul shall scarcely know."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

. B®»The New York municipal muddle grows deeper, and {he ' confusion, of affairs increases. Connolfy has placed Andrew H. Green in charge-6f the Comptroller's office, and the citizeris'-committee of 'seventy have been allowed access to the books and accounts. Hall l appointed General McClellan Comptroller, but he declined to enter the fight, Connolly refusing to yield to the Mayor. The latter has issued orders to all the Departments to refuse to recognize Connoly or Green as Comptroller, ind as the Paymasters will not accept their orders the laborers on the city works will not be paid and all operations will be stopped. The conflict is not yet near its end, and a resort' to physical force is not an improbable result B@«An raenange says the funeral of Alice Bdwlsby, the unfortunate young, woman waose body was found in the trunk in New York, took place Friday a week from the . residence of her mother, in Patterson.— All ,of Patterson turned out to hear tribute to the memory of- one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

« BUSINESS LOCALS. B@>Timothy seeclat Eldn's. . - B®»Go to Dr. Branisholts for superior qualities of tooth powder. ; , For Bent.—A room on Main Street, which can be used for an office or small store. Enquire at this office; *¦ ¦ " ' •. fifipFor the best 10 and 12} ct.. Muslin in America go to Caldwell & Co. For the best and cheapest Hosiery go to Caldwell & Co. \ ——.— For Table Linen and Linen Towels at half price go to Caldwell & Co. For Flannels and Blankets go to Caldwell " &Co. s • ______ For Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs go to • Caldwell & Co. For Coat's and Clark's genuine Cotton at 6 elk a spool go to . Caldwell & Co. • For pins and needle i at 5c per paper go to '- ' Caldwell & Co. Fcr the very best goods at the very lowest prices go to the popular.andcheap stores of Caldwell & Co., Hagerstown' , Md;andWayboro', Pa. 8®> Now is the time to get a good Photograph taken. We-understand that...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

J6©rThe Frederick County Agricultural -Society hold their next Fair at Erede^ rick . Md., on the 10th, 11th, I2th, and 13th of October. For attractiveness and general success the Fairs of this Society during the past three years have perhaps been unequelled/as- ' evinced by. the immenca attendance of visitors. Arrangements'are being made to render the coming Exhibition still more attractive. The grounds have been enlarged, and the track extended to a half mile. Hon. Horace Gree" ley will deliver the annual addres. We acknowledge the receipt of the usual "complimentary. Charged with Crime.—The Cincinnati CkmvtnercUd of Sept. 6, gives an account of tho arrest of Rev. Wm. McElwee, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Bowling Green, Ky., and Principal of a Select School at that pl&ce, charged with the seduction of a young lady, Miss Lambard, one of his pupils. He was com ' mited to jail, but was subsequently discharged, on some legal-technicality. A party of lynchers, dissatis...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

8gL,Fruit cans are in demand. About Played—The ice cream season* B©=Our county fair is approaching. Not far Off—The election. Advancing—The price of wheat, S©*Yesterday was Ember Day. . . —-—i ? S®a>The days and nights wi}L he equal on Saturday. Look out for the "equinox^ S©*Cool mornings and evenings' are upon us. B®«Jrhe days-are growing'perceptibly shorter at both ends, BguOur State ' and County election occurs Tuesday, October 10th. S©"Grapesare unusually abundant this season. ^©"¦Sprinkle lime in yourjgutters end whitewash your dampjcellars, J&'Our merchants [are fixing up for the fall trade. « B®,Watermelons in Baltimore sell at ja. penny apiece. BS^Eead Real Estate advertisements as they appear from week to week in the Record. • « «©*Smith of the Town Hall Store is now East making his fall selections, New goods in a few days. —Boerner^of the firm jBoerner & Way-Bant will return from tho city in a few days with a stock of new piece goods, ready mad...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871

i,CA.K/E;I-A.C3-ES . On the 14 inst, by the Eev.JL A. Got- ' wald, Mr. S. M. Diehl, of Marion, and' Miss H. M.-Bitner of Fayetfeville. On 12th of Sept., ' at ' Grindstone Hill parsonage, .by^Rev. A; C. Fglker, Mr. Frederick B. Hege to Miss Anna Ai Deihl, both of Marion. ' - ' ' At the Lutheran Parsonage on the 31st ult, by Rev. ' G L: Keedy, Mr " Samuel Ketsell, of Leitersburg, to Miss Fxor-JEafGE Sigeer of Smithburg, Md., DEATHS. ¦ In Quincy "township, on the" 5th inst, Mrs. Christeka Heefner, aged about 95 years. . . At the residence of her, nephew,, Jno. Welty, Esq., in Washington Co., Md. on the 6th inst, Mrs. Susan Welty, relict of the late Jno. Welty, Esq., at the advanced age of 86 years, 4 months and 27 days.. In this place on the 15th inst., Annie M. infaiit daughter of Jeremiah and Nancy Zimmerman, aged 1 month, 2 days. :m.^>.:r, :ez ZESTS;. •WAY3STESBOKO' MAKKET. (corrected weekly.) BACON. 8c HAMS 14 BUTTEK ;18 EGGS . ' ...„ 16 LAED ;. 7 POTATOES ...75 APPLES...

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