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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871
GBISEB'S • PATENT SEMEGlWtS!® GRAIN SEPARATOR CLEARER, BAGGER USD POWERS! No implement more important to the farmer than a First-class Grain Thresher and Cleanor—for none pays him so well and so speedily. The above cut shows the only Geiser Machine now built under the immediate eye of the old inventors themselves, with all . the additional improvements made during the past 18 years, and now with FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL this Mach' ~.e just stands high above all of its class. As a thresher it is equal to the bestas a cleaner it is superior to any existing Machine. This is admitted by all honest competitors. Indeed it is the only Machirie that really canb y one operation, thoroughly • thresh and clean gram fit for market. But the fact that grain, direct from this machine commands from 2 to 3 cents a bushel ir.ore than grain direct from any other machine, settles the question of its superiority as a cleaner over all others. Impartial judges at all tho State and County F...
Id=266 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871
Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair tolls natural Vitality and Color. jr,Skk ' A dressing which' . i^ is at onoe agreeable, ^BBI t cJb healthy, and effectual !9HJflH| f'T preserving the U^f^Rf ' •»¦ .Faded or gray mm ftulflft * mr '* t< H m mtorB * fflftjK|Ws to its original color, WfflHKPfP «*& the gloss and iTHWH^ai fre ^ inea °f y. °u& •^OHIBH^ Thin h air is, thickened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore tha hair where the follicles are destroyed,, or- the elands atrophied, and decayed. Bat such as romaii m be saved for usefulness by this t t \. ..cation." Instead of fouling toe hair with a.pasty sediment, it \nH keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional uso will prevent the haL from'turning gray or falling off, anA consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which: make some preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair ^ the Vigor can only benefit bu...
Id=267 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871
A PENNY MADE! SAYS THE OLD ADAGE. Well, how and where is the place to do it? wherever you can use your money . to the best advantage; and poqular opinion has long since given the palm to STOVER 4c WOLFF. for keeping . the best and cheapaist store; all they want is for buyers to call and examine their stock and convince themselves of what they say Our stock consists of the following articles: Ladies' Dress Goods—Such as Alpaccas, Reps, • Mohairs, Poplins Armuns, Delaines,. English Velveteens, Opera Cloths, Kepcllants r &c, &c. MEN'S WEAK.—Cloths, Doeskin Ca8simeres t CordsSattinetts, Cottonades, . Linens, Tweeds, &c. &c. LADIES CUSTOS-MADE SHOES, t in Lasting and Morocco, cheap. GROO 13 £11 3SS S We have bought large, consequently cheap. All our goods have been bought at panic prices, consequently ve ore enabled to undersell those who bought beforothe decline. B@»Call and see, and we will prove to you what we say. ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PKO* DUCE B...
Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871
TJNDEBFEED SHUTTLE and SEWING MACHINES! €25 cheaper than any other. For SimplicityDurability and Beauty, they stand unrivalled. ForStitching, Hemmine, Tacking, Felling, Quilting, Cording, Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering <s Sewing on gathers, they are- unexcelled.— Warranted. A^E. WAYNANT S. E. Corner Diamond, Mar. 30,1871. Waynesboro.', Pa. . UBAOOJf—Country sides for sale bv M3 Juno *». " " ' W. A. KKID.
Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 5 October 1871
MXESBORO' COACH FACTORY |~i EO. Vf. HAWKER having withdrawn vl" from the firm of Adams & Hawker the subscriber informs the public that he continues the Coachmnking business in all its branchesntjthe old stand. He will at all times have a supply of new Buggiesdifferent kinds, on hand; also second-handed vehicles. Eepairing dono at short notice.— He uses the best material and employs good mechanics. He returns his thanks to the public for their liberal qatronage, and ly attention to business and a disposition to accommodate hopes to merit a liberal share of the same in the future. Jan. 14-tf JACOB ADAMS.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
[COMKDNICATED. THE R. R. QUESTION. FACTS FOR THE PE6PLE As the committee of twelve are now mak ing a final effort to raise money to build i j railroad we desire, to say. a last .word, upon the subject.' The ground has been pretty thoroughlygone over iu these columns dnring the List four months, but as statements of unfamiliar facts axe apt to be forgotten unless impressed upon the mind by frequent reiteration, tt may accomplish a good purpose to sum up .succintly the argu--ment^iiojtliaxasfi. ' COST OF WAGON TBAK8F,OBTATIOIT We have no means, of determining exactly the cost of wagon .transportation (freight and passengers) to this community, to and from the Cumberland Valley R. E.— T prpanTHf; however it is no exaggeration.to-put it atSlOO. OOO per ahnumn lor the townships of AVashington and Quincy, at least two-thirds, of which or 867,000 would be saved yearly by a ntil-.'dadthrbugh the centreof thesetownships. This sum represents the interest at 6 per cent .onjft.lll.00j),jw...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
Wit and itumoiv Time on the jump—leap year. ^AJaintingjBt ^ Tight .lacing. ' Not a good buss— a blunderbuss. The world in arms—the babies. A green grocer—one who trustsj Glasses of liquor are the horns of Satan. . — • \ A miracle—a woman-without hoops. The best frontispiece—an honest face. Misery loves company and so does a marriageable young lady. What can a man „ have in his pocket when it is empty ? A big hole. .*± ^Albums may be said to bo dip . nets . wherewith young girls catch flattery. Where did Noah'siflke the first nail, in the ark. On the head: In the darkest hour of misfortune, there is a hand to guide, a love to save. When is a ship likoA-scarf pmUKhen_ it is on the bosom of a heavy swell. A beer barrel exploded aud killed a boy in Boston the other day. A paper that takes—A sheriff's warrant. Why is this Eepublih iike\ child learnX ing to walk? BecauseWau must stand/ by it, or it will fall. /\ ' ~^ ¦ An ugly disease in/females—the wrig- ^' gles.—C3ommon-sence—is—t...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
'^t\ut$Q2t\%. "ONLY." ~ Only a straying sunbeam, yet perchance Its golden light-had passed-through niany a . , leafy,branch, , ' • Had kissed.the. mosses, .where the -violet's glance ¦ ¦ . Grew brighter for its coadng. Only a straying sunbeam, yet its gleam Has w andered through a grating, ¦whe re no beam . Oflifeiswont to cheer the convict's dream Through yoaro of sad repenting.' — •Only a straying sunbeam, yet its light Has filled a sufferer 's soul with hope, clear v 'JJright; j >,.", . ' - .. ¦¦ ¦ ; ¦ It c6mes from Heaven, wbereis no pain, no nigK- . , „ r-5herh&me-quic&ieanng^ Only a gentle breoze, yet on its' wingB A cooling balm to aching brows it brings;. And to the weary,-burning soul it sings Of pine trees waving. ¦ ' Only a tender smile, but it may part * And rift the clouds around the breakinghart, Inspire with hope, lessen the stinging smart Of false iriendascorning.. Only a kindly word, spoken in lore, Mayiift a tMuiiig notd-to-strive-for4ife-a...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
A KEEPERS STORY. It was in the year 186—, that important business called me from the small town of H to the city of A , a journey of about twenty miles. When about halfway between the two places, a rain storm overtook me, and made,it necessary for me to put up for the night I accordingly drove into the farmyard, and requested permission to stay through the night. My request was readily granted, and after seeing my horse properly cared for, I repaired to the house with my host, where a warm supper was awaiting us. Four rosy cheeked children were seated around the table beside the naatronly looking mother. After supper I drew up to the fire to enjoy a smoke with my new frjend. As the man lighted his pipe, I noticed a deep sear, that extended across his hand. On asking him tho cause of it, I saw my host and his wife exchange glances, and noticed a shadow flit across her handsome face. After drawing a whiff or two on his pipe he said: ¦"There is a story connected with that scar that...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
Does He Drink When riding in Central Park New York, not long ago, two gentlemen were thrown from 1 a -carriage, and one of them —a distinguished politician—was instantly killed! A sinsible and sympathising lady, on hearing of the unfortunate event, instantly enquired, Had they been drinking ? Yea, verily. They had been "dinning and wineing." They were imprudent enough to attempt when in an estate of partial inebration, to drive a span of spirited-horses! The wonder,is that both horses and men had not- been killed. - "Does he drink?" Then no matter what accident happens, nobody is surprised. He was expected . to, come to a bad end. Accidents are,' nine times in ten, the' result of drink. The man was tired or. sleepy,—he took a glass, and was run over by a railway train; or he lost money, his bat, his coat, his boots or his lifs. "He was a ' promising boy ; but like his lather took to drink, and was ruined." He graduated at the head of his class, was an excellent schollar, b...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
Hard on Office Seekers. A certain king—^1 -don't, recollect .his name- had a philosopher upon whose judgement he always depended. Now it happened that one day the king took it into his head to go hunting, and summoning his nobles and making the necessary preparations, he summoned the philosopher aud asked him. if it would rain.— The philosopher, told him. that., it. would not rain, and they, started. While joui> neying along they met a countryman mounted on a jackass. He .advised them to return, for, said he, "it will certainly rain." They smiled contemptuously upon him, and. then passed on. sBefore they had gone many miles, however, they had. reason, to regret not having, taken the rustic's advice, as a shower coming up drenched them to the skin. When they had returned, to the palace, the king reprimanded the philosopher severely. . ' "I met a countryman," said he, "and he knows a great deal more than you.— He told me it would rain, whereas you told me it would not." ¦ T...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
A Minister was lately endeavoring to enforce upon a negro the truth of the miracles of'the Bible. . The poor darkey submitted with a proper humility to the recitals and explanations of his teacher, making but one answer to all. ',Mae3a, b'leve 'em, I b'leve," though he hesitated a little at the story of Jou:ih. But when the wondrous escape of Khadrack, Meshack ohd. Abednego was recounted, it was too much for his understanding. "'What! riot biirne toe V "Ho." "Kot singe he wool?" "No." "Den," says cufiee, "I no b'leve him—nor do fish tale neider." Train ing of Childes!?.—Thejask set to children should be moderate. ,-..Over exertion is hurtful, both physicall^pand intellectually, and evea morally;".but it is of the utmost importance that they should be made to fulfill all their tasks correctly and punctually. This will tram them for an exact, conscientious discharge of their duties in after! life. - A great step is gained when a child has learnt that there i& no necessary ...