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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

A mechanic in New Orleans constructed a safe which he declared to be burglar proof. To convince ihe incredulous of the fact, he placed a one thousand dollar bill in his pocket, had himself locked in the safe, and declared that he would give the money to any man that unfastened the door. All the blacksmiths and burglars in the State have been boring and beating at that safe for a week, and the man is in there yet! He has whispered through the key hole tliat he will make the reward ten thousand dollars-if some¬ body would only let him out. Fears are entertained that the whole concern will have to be melted down in a blast-furnace before he is released, and efforts are to be made to pass in through the, key hole a fire proof jacket, to protect the inventor while the iron is melting. The. inventor swears that if he once gets out, he will in future always try the experiment with a rival patentee inside. He says he never thought he should wish, as he does now, that some one would find...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

A little girl, six years old, was on a visit to her grandfather, who was a New England divine. "Only think, grandpa, what uncle Robert says." "What does he say, my dear ?" "Why, he says the moon is made of green cheese. It isn't at all, is it?" Well, child, suppose you find out for yourself." "How can I, grandpa ?" "Get your Bible, and see what it says." "Where shall I begin?" "Begin at the beginning." The child sat down to read the Bible. When she had read about half through the secoud chapter of Genesis she came back to her grandfather eyes all bright with the excitement of discovery. "I've found it, grandpa! It is not true; for God made the moon before he made any.cows."

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

The New York Mail says: Few of the masculine gender have any idea of the intridacies of the female toilet, while its cost is a marvel to the most astute. There is a conundrum which explains that a ship is always spoken of as being of the femenine sex, "because the rigging costs more than the hull," and this contains a profound philosophical truth. We lately learned that a hair dresser in'this city has on sale a double braid of pure gray hair, twenty-eight inches in length and about the thickness of one's wrist, on which he places the modest price of $3,000, and expects to got it too. ' For Fits-r-Consult Mr. Reininger Tailor x

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

. Sisal—There is nothing so striking in the region of Mount Sinai, as the deathlike silence which prevails there. The trickling^ of brooks, the fall of waters, the waving of trees, the hum of voices and insects are unknown., From the highest point of Ras Sasafeh to the lowest peak, a distance of about sixty feet, the page of a book, distinctly but not loudly read, is perfectly audible. Mysterious noises are sometimes heard, but they are supposed to proceed from the rush of sand down the mountain side—sand here playing the same part as the waters and snows of the ¦Nnr tli.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

A woman's heart is the true plate foi a man's likeness. An instant gives, and ai age of sorrow and change cannot efface tic impression. *

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

¦^" Who pays the highest price for a kouse? The woman who marries far, one.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Wq$uM Magi %mxil ' .Thttr8dayvOcWber;5,^l. Press for Sale.—We "still have for sale the Washington Press upon which the JRecoad wasprinted previous to its enlargement. Price, $100. S^JSlection day, Tuesday next JB^Wild Pigeons are on the wiag.' ¦—• • { Sg^Eead real estate advertisements. Arriving Daily—New. goads. Sweliing-Our "black li'st." ,BS&»CQra-husIdag has commenced. For Sale -at Rcaniagei*3—A clieap Sew-Sng machine, JttaHsive the Printer, and not the Dev-SI, his daes. ¦ , ¦ JG65~Old maids and bachelors aremultij>lyittg in town. Pity. , B^, Winter apples are selling at 75 «enls to $1.00 per bushel. KaTThe prettiest lady in town seldom promenades. ' JteS^The public schools were opened in this place on Tuesday morning. BSSJLioafers now put in their time Pigcon-hunting. BS^Greenbacks and locals are scarce, as usual. fiST"Newspaper iault-finders are mostly borrowers, BgDb>New corn is retailing at 81.00 per barrel. BSyThe match-making or marrying sea...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

OP . - 1 HMIiBLERElL ESTATE! npHE undersigned, Ajrents for the heirs of . JL Joseph Garverdee'd.. will oifer at Public Sale, at the Conrt House, in Hagerstown, Maryland, ou , THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1871, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. the following tracts of land: NO. 1.—THE MANSION FARM Situated about 1} miles South east of RinggoldWashington County, Md.adjoining the lands of John Welty, Daniel Eowe, Jacob Stouffer and o'thers' CONTAINING • 266 ACRES and 120 PERCHES, ' 70 ACRES of which are in Timber, some o: the finest Chestnut in the County. The improvements consist of a . Large and Convenient Two Story BRICKDWELLING HOUSE, containing 9 Rooms and Kitchen;, ONE TENANT. HOUSE, - Bank Barn, 90 feet long, Wagon Shed, HOG PEN, CIDEK PEESS with SHED, WASH and-saioKB-HOE&E r Woop noraEj BLACKSMITH SHOP, and all other necessary out buildings, a thriving ORCHARD OP CHOICE FRUIT, a never failing -well of water near the house, and a Cistern near the kitchen door, aeonstant stream r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Sept 21 *• ir iy iLlJi? S) iiLLSa On M( DA Y 9th day of OCTOBER, THE u rsigned, administrators of Jacob Chugh, dee'd. will pell by way of public oiil'on the premise?on Jlondav October! the following.Traets of Lan<L situuled ipivsliington town»hip :' 1st THllOMFlIUi;. situated o illo Southwest of Waynesboro' on the ro eadinp: from Wavnesboro' to HaRersto and adjoining Willow Grove Mills, coi ii:!i£ubout • IU JL©s?es of first qi .-Limestone Land, in an excellent n< jcrhoodcqnvoniwit to-Churches and 1 )ols. The improvements consist of a J Brick BWLLING HOUSE, (two-stofi Wash and Spring Hou 'pc , Smoke v l;e and BakOroven, new and complete BANK : IN, STONE AND FRAME in good r< ; new Wagon Shed and Hog Pen. Th rm is well watered having it, well 15 fc leep, a never failing stream neai-the < and the Antietam creek flowing by the n-yard ' to which stock can have acc( oin all the fields. There is a. young Or d of CHOICE FRUIT on tho farm in g >oarin...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

T/-ALUABLE FARM AND MOUNV TAIN LAND AT PUBLIC SALE The subscriber will offer at Public Sale on the premises lit 10 o'clock, on Saturday, the 28th of October, 1871, his Farm and Mountain Land, situated 2 miles South east of Ringgold and the same distance North East from Smithburg, Washington Co., Md.. and on the line of the Western Maryland Rail Road. This land will be sold in different parcels, as follows, No. 1 —Is a farm containing 110 ACRESmore or less 20 Acres of which is in Timber principally heavy white oak, black walnut, -&c. Improved by a comfortable two-story * Log Dwelling, a fine Bank Barn with Graneries, a new Wagon Shed with Criband a large Hog Pen attached. There are also a Blacksmith Shop, Smoke House, &c. There is a well of never failing water at the door with pump and a constant stream of running water passing the buildings through the house and barn-yardsand through the entire length of the farm. Stock can have access to water from every field o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS ' -" . 6©,Good baking apples at Reid's.. . : 8®.Fresh arrivals of Fall goods every day, at .. Caldwell & Co's. «©-Late3t styles of Dress Goods at Caldwell & Co's. B®.Opera Flannels, 50 cts. and upwards, at 1 • " Caldwell & Co's. BgUBargains in Blankets at . . . Caldwell &.Co's. J5®"Wool Flannels, 25 cts. up, at Caldwell & Co's. JUgyHeavy Standard Muslins for 12} cts. at Caldwell & Co's. jjSTCalicos, warranted fast colors, for 10 cts. at Caldwell & Co ' s. . B@, Shawls! Shawls!! Shawls!!! at Caldwell & Co's. J8fCoat's and Clarke's genuino Cotton, only 6 cts. a spool, at Caldwell & Co's. Foe Sale—A Morning Glory Stove, large size, nearly new.- Enquire of the Printer. _ ^_ Notice.—Persons indebted to A. K. Branisholts for Dental work will greatly obbligc him by calling and settling their accounts, 8@,At a meeting of the Town Council the following resolution was passed: Resolved, That tho time fo...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

HI If Hill I'D!! SUE •T^HE undersigned, as agents for tbe heirs 1 of George Wiles dee'd., will offer at public sale, on the premises at 10 o'clock, on Thursday the 12th day qf October next, the Home Farm of the deceased, containing 153 AC U E S . lying about 1 1 miles South of Waynesboro' Franklin County Pa,, on the turnpike leading to Hagcrstown, improved by a large BRICK D WHLLIN6 HOUSE a large SWISSER BARN built of brick from the ground to the top, 82 feet long and floors 52 feet long; smoke, wash-house, wagon-sheda largo nay-shed, blacksmith shop and other necessary buildings all nearly new and in good condition. There is an EXCELLENT ORCHARD, of apples, grapes and all other of the best fruit on the premisesa well of neverfailing water near tho 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...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

SSS-Geo.' O. Evans, special agent, who is charged with having defrauded this State out of $291,469, which he retained as commission on disallowed and suspended claims against the General Government, was arrested in New York on Friday night last, on a requisition from Governor Geary. On Saturday m orning, having sued out a writ of heabeaa corpm, he was brought before Judge McCunn, and his release demanded by counsel on the ground that the rcssolution of the Pennsylvania Legislature authorizing his appointment as a Special Agent provided that his commissions should not be "more than ten per cent." Ths amount ho had retained wa3 just ten per' cent, on the sum which he claims to have collected, to which ho contends he is entitled. ' Judge McCunn reserved his decision until Monday morning. He claims to have collected nearly 83,000,000, whilst the State Treasurer makes it$600,000. J65T"There are two absolutely conflicting stories afloat in refrence to tho health of Queen Victoria. One i...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Nervous Disease.—How many thousands of the most refined ladies of the land are slaves to nervous diseasscs in various forms—trembling,-twitching, and jerking of the nerves, headache, hysterics,.sudden outbursts of temper on trival occasions, peevishness, a feeling of desperation, des pondency, or fear, &e. In any unhealthy condition of the nervous system, Briggs' AJlevantor has absolute control over the nerves, creating a radical change and positive cure. Sold by F. Focrthjian and druggists generally. Piles.—Look at those features and see the agony depicted in the face. It cannot be helped while the trouble remains.— Thesufferingfrom piles isofa very aggravated description. You cannot walls: with any comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you cannot sit with case, and the suffering when attending to nature is almost unbearable, and causes such feeling of dread that is put off at great sacrifice to health and comfort, in many instances increasing the difficultyto analarm'gext...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

WAYNESBORO' MARKET. (corrected weekIa' .) , BACON 8c HAMS 14 BUTTER 18 EGGS i : 1(> LARD 7 POTATOES.. 75 APPLES—Duied 75 APPLES—Green...., CO HARD SOAP 5 Philadelphia, Oct. 2. FLOUR.—The inquiry for flour continues lively both for shipment and home consumption, and the late advances is well sustained; about 1,200 barrels changed hands, embracingsuperfine at $5,25@5,75, extras' at ' $6,00@6,25, Wisconsin extra family at $7,25@7.50, Minnesota do. do. at 87,75@8, Pennsylvania do. do. at §7-(S)7,50, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at $6,75 toS.50, and St. Louis do. do. at $7,50@S,-50. - GRAIN.—The demand for wheat con¬ tinues lively, and we continue Saturday's quotations; sales of 2,000 bushela Pennsylvania and western red at $1,60(^1,65, 400 bushels Michigan amber at$l,65@l, 70, and 1,200 bushels do. white at 1,75. Rye may bo quoted at 95c. Com is in demand, and has again advanced^-salesof 3,000 bushels, at 85c for yellow and 81 @ 83c for western mixed. Oats are held with more co...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Chuech Improvements.—The German Baptists who some time since purchased the Union Church property in this place, have recently added much to the appearance of the edifice by painting, etc. The location for a church is one of the finest in town; and with the recent improvements our Baptist friends have an attractive and comfortable house in which to worship. B®,Philadelphia will have at least one woman voter at the next election. Miss Carrie L. Burnham, has been registered and assessed a3 a voter. / _B©-The Board of Regents ofc Mcrcersburg College have elected Rev. ETHTHlg bee, D. D., President instead, of- Rev. T. G. G. Apple D. D., resigned. Sold.—The house and lot. on Church Street, the ' property of MrS. C. Diffendcrfer, dee'd, was sold on the 29th ult., for tho sum qf §884. Purchaser, Mrs. Sallie Waynant.

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Goxe.—Xot where the woodbine trrinetli, but gone where articles are made, gone to the fountain head, gone to the manufacturer and importer where they can buy from first hands at factory prices, gone to save for their customers two profits and thereby help to nerich their patrons, gone to buy a stock t)f materials to manufacture Hats, GloVes and fur?, gone to buy from theproduceiyastockof'Shirts, Collars, Cuffo, Ties, Cravats, Stockings, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Canes, Umbrellas, Pocketbooks, Travelling bags, La. dies Satchels, Horse, Buggy and Sleigh Spreads, Buffalo Robes, &c, Updegrafl has gone to the eastern cities and will have their second fall opening on Saturday, September 30th at their hat, Glove and Fur Factory. Opposite Washington. House, Hagerstown. p. S,_On Tuesday 2nd of October they will open the'Winter styles of Ladies Furs, Australian SacqueTFur Trimmings &c. Ac.

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Merited Distinction.—Tho wellknown Gorton Junction, on' the great throughfare of the Northern Lines to Boston, has ceased to be. With a large and increasing population, proud as well as prosperous, its citizeus, in mass meeting assembled, have voted to change tho name of their town to "ayer"—after one of the best known men in America, Dr. J. C. ayer, of Lowell—and the Legislature of Massachusetts has enacted that decision into law. We commend their choice, for uot only is the name short aud distinctive, but Dr. ayer's medicines have made it greatfully known to the ends of the earth Probably no living man has carried relief to such countless multitudes of tbe sick a3 he, and this high honor, from his neighbors, tells the estimation in which he is held by those who know him.—Bristol times.

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

LeCTTJKF ON ScKIFTTJKI! HlSTOSY The Rev. Henry Miller will deliver a lecture on Scripture History in the Town Hall, this evening, illustrating the same by the use of illuminated pictures, which are highly entertaining and instructive, to both old and young. Tho public invited to attend. Lecture free. The same Rev. gentleman will also deliver ou Friday evening a free "Temperance Lecture" illustrating tho subject by the use of a Magic Lantern. These illustrations were recommended by a State Temperance Convention. AH persons are invited to attend. At the close of each lecture a' collection will he taken for the benefit of the Lecturer.

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