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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

R. E. Communication.—A very interesting anil therefore very important communication upon tho Railroad question will appear in our next issue. It turned up on Wednesday morning, too late, we regret, for thi3 week. We ask for it an earnest, attentive perusal upon the part of all interested in this vitally important question. It is from the pen of agcntleman, of much experience in railroad matters, and who, we feel confident, would not willfully put before the public false representations in regard to the question of a railroad or any ' other public enterprise.

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Court.—The following is a list of Jurors from Washington and Quincy townships for Court, commencing at Chambersburg on the 23d inst: Grand Jurors.—Mathew Gordon, Daniel Knepper, Geo. Smith. Traverse Jurors.—James McCauley, Daniel Mickly, Henry Oaks, John Pentz, John Wishart, Jos. H. Crebs, Abrni. • Frantz, John Funk, of H., Henry Good, John Hemminger, Robert McCleary, Joseph Sollenberger, Geo. Stoler, Isaac Shockey, Daniel Stoops, Henry X. Stoner, H. E. Wertz, John Walk.

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Disorderly.—There was an unusual amount disorder upon our streets on Saturday evening lust. We understand a piece of brick hat was thrown into the Ten-piu Alley By some scape grace, by which a young man from Middleburg v. -as struck on the face and severely cut. As the town has provided a Lock-up for tho accommodation of disturbers of the peace, our officers instead of retiring should be on the alert for such offenders, especially on Saturday , evenings. Lodging a few these characters in the Lock-up over pight would soon abate the nuisance.

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

rMZA-ZES^I-A-O-ES. On the 26th ult. by the Rev. W. T. Lower, Mr. Samuel Sollenbergek, to Miss Catiiarine Monn, both of this county. On the sansc day by the same, Mr. S. M Bakbb Uf ' Miss Catharine Covee, both of this apfznty . On the 28th ult., by the same, Mr. Hi* kam BrxLSR, to Misa Sabah Snively, both of this county.

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Near St. Thomas, on Wednsday,the 27th ult., Mrs. Ankabella J., wile of Mr. Thomas Gillan, in the 54th year of her age. At the Marsh Run on tho 12th ult., Laura Virinnja, infant daughter of Philip and Mary C. Weisner, aged 2 months and 21 days. But we have parted Laura, thou art dead, On your last resting place I laid thy head, Then by thy coffinsido knelt down and took A mothers farewell kiss and farewell look. X'do-i- m..rl/:e lips ii> ~ < Kiadjc-ti ki- g rc-tarncu From those vailed orbsnoglancc responsive ' burn'd, Ah! then I felt them hadst pased away, That the sweet face I gazed on was but clay. But*not forever in the silent tomb,' Where thou art {aid thy kindred shall find room; A little while, a few short years of pain, And . one by one we'll come to thoe again. The kind father shall seek out the place And rest with thee, the . youngest of his race The dear, dear mother bent with sorrow and grief Shall lay her head by thine in sweet relief, • Sisters and br...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

B@.Thc Secretary of theTreasurery has given instructions at New York, to purchase $2,000,000 of bonds each Wednesday and to sell" 82,000,000, of gold on each Thursday during tho present month. BSrThe Peach bottom Railroadwill surely bo built, says a' York paper. The necessary f md3 can, and will, before long be raised.

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

NOTICE THE books of the late firm of Iiiteshew & Gehr are in my hands for collection. AH persons knowing themselves indebted are requestedto call and settle as the business must be closed up. Sept 21-tf CHARLES HITESHEW. TT"N"I H''t*! JSJLlAJDIsjS. 4 laree lot just received by ^ ' S-aiig. ;Vi—Orn, J. ii. JpuK.SiO-i.

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

B«&,Frof. John A. Light made his 118th balloon ascension from Hanover on Wednesday a week, landing near Oxford in Chester county. The Spectator gays the distance traversed by the balloon in three hours was about 100 miles. TV. ^ t . *_ i »T* 1 . ' t ~ ^ ,« Damage Claims.—Tho Commissioners, Messrs. Donglas &;Garyer, according to announcement, arrived in .thia.place on Monday, and havo^ince been engaged in examining the claims of those who sustained ; losses during. the Rebellion. Claimants from the following sections are yet to be heard. That part of Washing ton township east of the public road leading from. Quincy through "Waynesboro' to the Maryland line, today October 5th. That part of "Washington township west of said road, Friday, October 6th, and for the Borough of Waynesboro', on Saturday, October 7th. Claimants missed during the week on the special day set for them can be heard here on Saturday.

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

SifEKiFjSales.—Tho Bowden House in this place t is advertised to be sold by the Sheriff, in Chambersburg, on the 20th inst. Also the frame hfcuse and lot of ground adjoining our Borough, belongto David J. Eichelberger.

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Dissolution of Partnership THE Partnership heretofore existing between Hiteshow & Gehr is this day diesolved by mutual consent. * The business will hereafter be conducted by John H. Gehr at the cross roads in Rinwtold, Md. CHARLES HITESH.EW, Sept 15 1871 JOHN H. GEHR.

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

HJiJiiS AND tiraiRi THE subscriber will pay the highest market prices for Hides delivered at his Tannery, in Quincy, or at the Hardware Store of S. B Rinehartin 'Waynesboro', where a supply of his leather will be kept ° Set>tWtf JOHKT.STTJLL.

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

oxjO~tr;E2:&£. s* 2000 Bushels Clover Seed wanted, ELDEIJ, STOVEP. & WOLFF i ; epi ;i— 3cs.

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

I. H. WHITMORft, Wholesale and Retail Dealer, aud Manufacturer of HOUSE FURNITURE AND . TJEHOLSTBB13E/, GltEENCASTLE, Pa., takes this method of informing hiscustomers and the public that he has. '¦ REDUCED THE PRICE OF FURNITURE from ten to twenty per cent. Owing to the advantages he haaover other manuiacturers he can and will sell Furniture at a less price than any other Manufacturer in the State. HAVING THREE STORE ROOMS, filled with every variety of Furniturefrom a plaincommon article, to the finest in use, he feels warranted in saying that he can please all tastes. EXAMINE LIST OF PRICES. BEDSTEADS. Cottage—Imitation of Walnut $0, C, 7, to 8 Solid Walnut 8, t) , to 10 Jenny Liud—3-Arch Top Panel, Walnut '' " 14,16, to IS C-Axch Top Panel, Imitation 1012, to 14 Round, Corner-foot3 Panels Walnut, Carved 25 to 30 " " FootOval Panel Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 40 Antique—jScw Style 2530, 35,40, to 60 Fine Antique Chamber Suits, Full Marble 130 to 175 Cot. Chamber Suits So, 38, 40...

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

liiil-f llf 11 A PENNY MADE! SAYS THE OLD ADAGE. Wellhow and where is the pkee to do it ? wherever you can use your money to the best advantage; and poqular.opin' ion has long since given the palm to &TOVEI& & WOLFF. for keeping the best and cheapest store; all they want is for buyers to call and examine their stork • and convince themselves of what they say. Our stock consists of the following articles: Ladies Dress Goods—Suca as Alpaccas, Reps, Mohairs, Poplins Armuns, . Delaines, English Velveteens, Opera Cloths , Repellants, &c, &c. MEN'S WEAR.—Cloths, Deesldn Caasimere. iCordsSattinetts, Cottonades, linens, Tweeds, &c, &c. LADIES CUSTOS-MADE SHOES. in Lasting and Morocoo, cheap. GROOE Z^XXSS . We have bought layge, consequently cheap, AH our goods have been bought at panic pricesconsequently ve are enabled to undorsell those who bought before the decline. 8©-Call and see, and we will prove to you what we say. ALJ. KI...

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

JJ^x||P^jn|| 1 vegetable siciuw 'Eve|ry year increases tl^e popunarity of thia valuable Hair Preparation, which is due to merit alone. We cap. assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard; and it is the only reliable and perfected preparation for restorine Geay or Faded < Haie to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff; and, by its tnnin prnperties, prevents the hair' from fading —outs-as ^ itrsthnulates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical Hair-Dressing ever .used, as.'it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. • A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayerof Massachu- ° fifitts, says, "The constituents aro pure, and carefully se...

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

umm -mum oil THE alarmiing increase in the number of frightful accidents, resulting in terrible ilesthaiindjiestruction of valuable properly, ^ansedy&y—the-iadiscriminato u»e of oilsj know under the name of Petrolenm, prompts ustocallyour special attention to an article wfafch willwherever-utsed, rennjvothjrrarasc" of such accidents. We ajlude to CARSON!SJ5TELLAR OIL FUR ILLUMIN ATING PURPOSES. The proprietor of this oil has for several years felt the necessity of providing for, and presenting to the public, as a substitute for the dangerous compounds which are sent broadcast over the country, an oil that is safe, brilliantand entirely reliable. After a long series of laborious and costly experiments, he has succeeded in providing, and offers to the public, such a substitute, in "CABSON' S STELLAR OIL" It should be used by every family because it is safe boyond a question. The primary purpose in the preparation of STELLAR OIL has been to make it Perfectly Safethus in...

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

81 "TOPSBOIM VUiiOE RECORD Pukuktcd evj»y iavasDA^ MoBsiso ;-By.W. BLAIR. TER5IS—Xwo ' Dollajs per Annum if paid ' ¦ ", wjthintheyear;.Two Dollarsand ' Fifty cents after the expiration ¦ ,: -: dfthfeyefw. ' ¦ ,:_?. ' ADVERTISEMENTS—One Square (10 linea) three insertions, $1,50; for each subsequent insertion, Thir-• fiveCenteperSquare* Aliberal discount-made to yearly adver-- -tisers. . . " LOCALS. —BusinessLocals Ten Cents per line for the first insertionSeven Cents for subsequent insertions. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OPA SOTJSE AND LOT. rpHE undersigned assignee of Samuel I Gonder, will sell at Pubjic Sale, on the premises. on-Saturday the 14th day of October1871, a House anil Lotsltuated in Pikesville ' '''' ' Th ' e Loi contains one half-acre. The im-P TfsTOKY NEW LOG HOUSE Frame Stable and other nessary out Buildings. Good fencingand Fruit'frees thereon. Sale to comnfence at 1 o'clockP.M. Terms one third Cash, the remainder in two equal payments. vPETEK KOUZER, ; ; isSblgliUUT Sep. ...

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

Pf?SVAT£ SAte THE undersigned, Executor of the Estate of John Lantz, Sr.late of Guilford township; dec!d.offers at Private Salethe following described Real Estatebounded by lands «>f " Jacob Stouffor, John Mete andBenj. Metz being - situated on .the Falling Spring road aniiChambcrsburg and Gettysburgtuvnpike' and containing : SETEIT JLOK/ES of first quality Limestone Land. The injjryvementa are a two story Brick Dwelling rious . hivVin; 12 rooms2 baseinentsiLnd 2 ce!- ur.t; w.istk and bike houses under one roof; Frame Barn with barn floorwagon ibhedattached ;'hog pen, buggy shed and all the necessary out buildings. There is also on the premises, an orchard of choice fruit and chei - liespears, peaches, plums, grapes, &cin abundance. The Falling Sprnjg runs thro' the end of this propety. / Also, at Private Sale, a Variable Tract of Land being situated in Greene township, adj oining lands of Robert Black and J ohn Gra\ - ford, on the Gettysburg turnpike, about...

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Id=213 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871

PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLARS! C- requi res no extra attachment for cmbroid-¦ 'ring, Spadingand<3atherir.g. It takes th0 thread directly from the spools, thus saving 1 rouble and economizing time. It requires but one foot to move the treadle even in sewing the heaviest.fabrics. It is maneof the besi steel, and'at all points of wear case-hardened. Its chief points are Unequalled Simplicity, Quietness of Operation, Eclm of Management Rapidity of Execution, Non-lialilily to drop Stitches or break thread. Having a straight needle and the shortest in use. % Simplicit y of tension, Ease of managing it, Embroidering by a mere change of spools. Braidinggathering and embroidering wit !iont attachments. Making the best stiteo for strength and durability. Making tho only stitch sufficiently elastic as not to break in thC'Ordinory strain of elastic goods. Its seam beinp less liable to rip in use or wear than the "Shuttle-Stitch" while it can be more easily taken out if desired. ALEX. LEED...

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