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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
To make Home Happy. Nature is industrious ia adorning her .dominion3-j_and -man,-to whonrthis~beTtur ty is addressed, should feel and obey the lesson. Let him, too, be industrious in adorning his domain—in making his home, the dwelling of his wife and children, not only convenient and comfortable, but pleasant. Let him, as far as circumstances will admit, be industrious in surrounding it with pleasant objects—in decorating^it, within andjvithout, with things that tend to make it agreeable and attractive. Let industry make home the "abode of neatness and order; a place which brings satisfactiorirtb every inmate, and which, in absence, draws back the heart by the associations of comfort and content. Let this be done, and this sacred spot will bewme uutiti butely the bcene of uheeifulness and peace. Ye parents who would have your children happy, be industrious to bring them up in the midst of a pleasant, a cheerful, and happy home. Waste not your time in accumulating wealth for them;...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
"EOME WASN'T BDlir ISA DAY." BY AMCE CAREY. . The boy who does a stroke and stops Will ne'er a great man be, "Ks the aggregate of single drops That makes the sea the sea. The mountain was not at its birth A mountain bo to speak, The little atoms of sand and earth Have made its peak a^peak. Not all at once the morning streams The gold above the grey, 'Tis thousand little yellow gleams -That makes the day the day. Hot from the snowdrift May awakes In purples;r-reds and greens, Spring's whole bright retinue it takes To make her queen of queens Upon the orchard rain must fall, And seek from branch to root, And blossoms bloom and Ca.de withal, Before the fruif is fruit. The ¦ farmer needs must sow and till, And wait the wheaten bread, Then cradle, thresh and go to mill Before the bread is bread. Swift heels may get the early shout, But spite ©fall the din, It is the patient holding out That makes the winner win. .Blake tnis your motto-then to start, 'Twill help to smooth the way, A...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
Jpattuaneous %tm\\n THE TEST OF TRUE LOVE. "Eustacia!" said Mr. Glenbume, a litpetulently, "how you delight in teasing." The scene was a pretty little room, Jiung with apple-green silk, with a shade light, casting a very pale green radiance through' the room, like moonlight shining through the translucericy of sea waves; a bright coal fire burned in the polished grate, and Miss Evelyn sat in a low sewing chair, busy at some delicate needle work. She was a pretty girl, with soft hazel eyes, hair oibeautiful black, a radiant expression, skin tinted with carmine while her full 'scarlet lips were mischiev¬ ously dimpled at the corners. "Yes," said Eustacia, "I don't deny it, Charles. But if you would only put those scissors down I should feel so much easi er about their points, and it's only the sharp pair I have." "But do you really mean to say, Eusstacia, that you would not marry me if I were a poor man ? ',1 didn't say any such thing, and you ¦will only please tax your memory...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
Common events of Life In old times, Michael Angelo took his copies from the streets, and wrought them out of the walls and the ceiling of the Vatican, changing a beggar into a giant, and an ordinary woman who bore a basket of flowers on her arms into an angel; and the beggar and flower-girl stand there now in their lustrous beauty, speaking to eyes that wonder from every side of the green world. The rock slumbered in the mountain,.and he reached his hands out and took it, and gathered the stones from the fields about him, and built them into that awful pile, which, covering acres of ground, reaches up its mighty dome toward heaven, constraining the mob of the city to bow their foreheads, and to vow great prayers to their God. So out of the common events of life, out of the passions put by God into your heartSryou-may paint on the walk of your life the fairest figures, angels and prophets. - Out of common stones of-your daily work, youjnaybuildyourself atemple which shall she...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
located in Sabillasville B@~Carlisle*Presbytery meets in Getty burg, October 3d. 8®*One week from Tuesday next wil — be election day. sauGeryour ~ 8arebills at~the^^ecor( , office. fl®"A severe ^ thunder shower passw over our town on Tuesday mourning flood ing the streets with'Jwater. ^&Th"e~Franfetin County Fair Hex week^promises to be one of the most sue cessful in the history of the society. B©»"Putting up stove time" is almost here, and their will be some "Yoi know how it is yourself," £@*°No;Township elections this fall, th< Spring election law having been restored by the legislature, First ~N ew Goods.—Messrs. Stover <$ Wolf have received and opened out theu first' installment of new ) fall and mate] ' goods. Call examine styles and prices. ' • SSPThe address at the Washingtor county Fair, October I3th, is to bo dehV rxed by Hon. G. W. Brewer, of Chambers burg. ¦ • fi©~If you have real or personal prop , erty to sell, don't fail to let more'than a t...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
BUSINESS LOCALS. BSuTimothy seed at Eldn's. Wanted.—A. second-hand Morning Glory Stove^—one with oven attached pre fered. . B@»Very nice Butter can be bought at Reid's for, twenty cents a pound. Foe Sale—A Morning Glory Stovej large size, nearly new. Enquire of the Printer. Notice.—Persons indebted to A. K. Branisholts for Dental work will greatly obblige him by calling and settling their accounts. ' * Central iyf*wRgrT—Prime Beef and other Meats regularly for sale at Central Market, including Pudding and Sausage. On Saturday and Saturday evening an extra supply always on hand. We have just now twelve of the finest grain-fed beef cattle in the county. LosiV—A fine lace pocket-handkerchief was lost on Sunday night a week between Minter's Hotel and the Reformed Parsonage. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at this office. • Horses for Sale.—The subscriber will sell at public sale in the village of Ringgold, on Saturday next the ZQth ind. at two o'clock P. M., th...
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
OF HUlliLK ilWL EH! rrOIE undersignedAgents for the heirs o: J. Joseph Garverdee'd.. will offer at Public Sale, at the Conrt House, in Hagerstown Maryland, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1871 ' land: NO. 1—THE MANSION FARM Situated about 1J miles South east of RinggoldWashington County, Md.adjoining the lands of John "Welty, Daniel Rowe Jacob Stouft'er and others ' -CONTAINING 266 ACRES and 120 PERCHES, 70 ACRES of which are in Timber, some ol the finest Chestnut in the County. The improvements consist of a Large and Convenient Two Story BRICKDWELLINJG HOUSE containing 9 Rooms and Kitchen; ONE TENANT HOUSE, ^ Bank Barn, 90 feet long, Wagon Shed, HOG PEN, CIDER PRESS With SHED, WASH and smoke house, wood house, BLACKSMITH SHOP, and all other necessary out buildings, a thriving ORCHARD OF CHOICE FRUIT, a never failing well of water near the house, and a Cistern near the kitchen door, a constant stream rnns through one end of the farm. All of the above buildings are in good repair t...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
School Building.—Work on the new * School Building on South Street is being pushed forward rapidly under the supervision of the contractor, Mr. Rothe. The atone masonery was finished last week and the brick walls are now going up. The building is designed to accommodate the whole town, and when completed is expected to compare with the finest School Buildings in the county. We understand it is the intention of the Board of Direc¬ tors to erect a dweling house upon an ad joining lot, which is to bo occupied by s Principal, whose business itwill be to grade the school &c.and take charge of the build ing to protect it from rude hands. The Street North of the building is to be graded and the surroundings "fixed up." Wher finished and the schools in successful ope ration, it promises to be not only a fine improvement, but an appendage to oui town of priceless value. The Fair.—For attractiveness it if* said that the County Fair nest week—3d, 4th 5th, and 6th of October,—will s...
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
SSrThe question of a Constitutional Convention to revise the constitution will be submitted to the people of Pennsylvania at the election next month.- The ticket is to be "Constitutional Convention," and underneath this must be placed, For a Convention," or "Against a Convention,";, as^the voter desires. This ticket goes upon the ticket beaded or endorsed "State." Bffi-Judge Underwood, of Virginia, arrived at the conclusion that under the pro visions of the Fourth teen th and Fifteenth Amendments of the Constitution the females of the country are entitled to elective franchise as now enjoyed and exercised by male citizens. B®,Telegraphic advices from San Francisco state that a fire occured in that city on Saturday and destroed property valued at one million of dollars. JSS&.Dr Perry, the New York abortionist, who killed Emily Post, was sentenced to two years imprisonment on Saturday. . The Rev. John L. Reese, one of the oldest ministers of the Methodist Episco pal Chur...
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
iDfifif^n up " ¦^./i\fi w IrUDlfiJiLui? MllLS On. M0NDAY3Aday of OCTOBER, PTWE-andersigned'adininistrato rs of Ja-X cob Catbaugh, dee'd. will sell by way of public outcryon the premiseson Monday, October 9th, the following Tracts of Land Bituated in Washington .township: 1st THE MINION MRM, situated one mile Southwest of Waynesfcoro ' on the road leading from Wavnesboro ' to Hagerstown, and adjoining Willow Grove Mills, containing about B.I2 Aor@s of first quality Limestone Landin an excellent neighborhoodconvenient to Churches and Schools. The improvements consistof a New Brick DWELLING HOUSE, (two-storied) Wash and Spring House, Smoke House and Bake-oven, new and complete; a BANK BARN, STONE AND FRAME m good repair; new Wagon Shed and Hog Pen. This farm is well watered having a well 15 feet deep, a never failing stream near the doorand the Antietara creek flowing by the barn-yardto which stock can have access from all the fields. There is a young Orchard of CHOICE FRUIT on...
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
KABSBTS. WAYNESBORO' MABKEl " (COERKCTED WEEKLY.) BACON. 8c HAMS 14 BUTTER. 18 EGGS ; 18 LARD : 7 POTATOES ...1 75 APPLES—Dsied. 75 APPLES^-Gbebn..;. ...60 HARD SOAP. 5 Philadelphia, Sept 25. FLOlJR.-T-There is a steady demand for flour from the home trade, but the exporters operate sparingly; about 900 barrels were disposed of, including superfine at 84.75@5, extras at 85.12J@5.5O, Wisconsin and Minnesota extra&milyat $firstname.lastname@example.org, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at $email@example.com. Pennsylvania do. do. at $firstname.lastname@example.org, and fancy brands-at $7.50 @8.50; fl GRAIN.—There is .a- firm feeling in the wheat market, with sales of 1,600 bushels Pennsylvania red at $1.47@2-50 25,000 bushels on secret terms, and 2,500 bushels of Delaware do. at$1.50per bushel Rye is steady at 83 cents. Corn receives a fair demand, and 5,000 bushels sold at 75@76 cente for yellow and 73 cents for western mixed. Oats are dull and arrivals large; sales of Western white at 50 cents and mixed at 47 cents.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
PUBLIC SALE Waynesboro' Brewery THE undersigned, Assignees of A. D. Gordon and wife, will expose to Public Sale, ON WEDNESDAY THE 4TH DAY OF OCTOBER, on the-premises, A VALUABLE DWilDJfi HOUSE and Brewery, situated on the corner of West and Main Streetsin the borough of Waynesboro', both of brick newly built.— The Brew House is two stories high and the Dwelling three. They front 85 feet on Main St. The Brewery is in complete order, all the fixtures being nowwith two large Caves for storing beer. There is also ANEW EQWllNCMtiY connected with the Brewery. The Brewery, has one of the finest bar-rooms in the countywith Billiard and Bagatelle rooms on second floor. Both buildings are arranged according to the latest style of architecture with a first-class Heater in the Cellar.— There are also on the lot a URGE FRAME STABLE, Carriage HouseCorn CribHog Pep&c. Also the one-third interest-in a pair Patent Hay Scales. 8ale to commence at 1 o ' clock on said day, when terms wi...
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
ram uuuru u^ ; s, -, wagon-sheda large hay-sheo, blacksmith shop and other necessary buildings all hearlynew and in good condition. H'liere is an EXCELLENT ORCHARD, of applesgrapes and all other of the best fruit on the premisesa well of nevevfailing water near the doora running stream through the meadow with.lane running to it for stock. ' The farm is fenced off into nine fields with post fencing—the land is clear of rockand about 12 acres covered with excellent timber. This is considered one ofthamost valuable farms in the county now offered for sale. Possession will do given on the first day of April next. At the same time will also be offered about 67 acres of GDESIXDT TIMBER LAXD 15 jp to suit purchaserslying on the first rife of the South .Mountain south of the Mentzer Gap Road, adjoining lands of Hess, Bonebrake and others. • , ¦ One-third of the -purchaFe money is to remain in the land, the interest to be paid annually to Rachel Wileswidow, now 68 years old* during her l...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
PUBLIC SALE T HE undersigned will sell at Public Sale at his residence in Waynesboro', nearly opposite the Reformed -Churchat . l o'- clock, on Friday the 13th day of October, 71 the following property. 3 HEAD ' BCOG-S; Household and Kitchen furniture, a lot of hickory wood, a small lot coal1 wheelbarrow1 lemon tree.l workbench, garden rakehoesshovel, barrels, spade, fork and other articles not necessary to mention. Also at the same time and place his HOUSE AND LOT if not sold privately before that time, will be offered at P-tfblic Sale. This proporty is pleasantly situated nearly opposite the new Reformed Church, and is a desirable one for a small family. There are a number oi very choice fruit treesgrape vines and shade trees on the lot. Sale will commence at 1 o 'clock on said day when the terms will be made known by J.F.BOULT., At the same time and place will be sold thetfollowing articles: 1 Bureau, 1 Safe, IBedRtead1 TableChairs including Rocking chair2 StanHs, Irin Ke...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
THB WAISBBtfOM" , VJMAS8 ,JREC«II, PtTBMSHBD EVE«» TacKSOAY MOWUNQ ' By W. BLAIR. TERMS—Two Dollars per Annum ifpaid witbint&eyear; TwoDollafsaad Fifty cents after the expiration of the year.' ADVERTISEMENTS—One Sapare (10 lines) three insertions$1,60; for each subsequent insertionThir-. 'five Cents per Square. A liberal . -discount made to yearly advertisers. LOCALS. —Business Locals Ten Cents per line for the first insertionSeven Cents for subsequent insertions. lEngneskiu' WdfoQt jjupnt Thursday, September 28,^71. Press for Sale.—We still,-have for sale the "Washington Press upon which the Jiecoad was printed previous to its enlargement Price, 8100. ' ,.
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
PUBLIC SALE TT1HE subscriber will sell at Public Sale, JL at Fairview Mill, one wile South of Waynesboro', on Monday the second day of October1671; tho following personal property to wit: : ' . one of-which is a fine driving horse. - 2 Spring wagons1 Carriage, 1 Trotting Buggy, 1 Cider Mill and Horse Power, 1 LARGE COIiNSEELLER, 1 pair Bob Sleds, I flno Sleigh2 sets sinclo Harness1 Buggy Pole 1 ¦ Saddle and Bridle, 1 three-hosse plow. Also house furniture such as BedsteadsChairsTables, 2 Cook Stoves, 2 Parlor Stovesand other articles too numerous to mention. He -will also offer for. sale a large framo building used os a barn, and tho cider-house which is a good building. Sale to commence at 10 o ' clock on said day, when a credit of 6 months will be given on all sums of $5 and puwardspurchasers to give their notes with approved security. DAVID PATEBSON Sept 14—ts Geo. V. Mono, Auct.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
FALLUfG ^ The leaves. In Town—Chestnuts. B®*The fall season has commenced. Arrived—New Goods at Boerner & "VVaynant's. '. fl®*See new ~ advts. Mrs. K. G. Stover, S. B. Kinehart and John T. Stull. B&jjook out for our promised—"black list." ©©"Canvassing for railroad stock' progresses. " B@J3aturday£nex:tJwi]l be the last day upon which voters can register. B®, Dr. Lucket'of Lewistown . 'Md., has
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
PUBLIC SALE T HE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on WedneBday the lUh day of October1871a Tract of best quality of limestone land, containing 51 Acres more or less. 3 or 4 acres of which are well set with thriving timber. This land is situated along the Waynesboro' and Greencastle Turnpike, about midway between tho two placesand joins the lands with Samuel Nickodemus and others. The Marsh Run flows through the meadow. Persons wishing to view the land "before the day of sale will call on the subscriber. Sale to commence at 2 o' clock. P. M. on said day, when the terms will bimad^nowg by P. S. The above tract will be divided orsold together to suit purchaser. Sept 14—te Geo. V. Moxo, Anct,