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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
G%lpen Words.—Every heart has its secret sorrow, which the world knows not; and oftentimes we call a man cold when he is only sad. Without love, what were the palace with its appointments of splendor. With it, what is not the poor cabin with its thached roof? With love, a kitten on the hearth, and a. babe in the cradle, says somebody, a man my be in heaven most of his time. • Be royal to the nature you bear; consecrate your lives to every good and noble work, faithfully labor for the elevation and perfection of our common humanity, and the angels will sweetly smile upon you, and you will be happy, both in this life and that which is beyond the grave. If you would be happy, you must do all within your power to pless others. By'making others happy, you "fill your own lives with sunshine and happiness.
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
The Home of. Jeffeesos.—A correspondent of the Easton (Pa,) Argus, who has just visited Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, says: "The mansion is nothing but a heap of ruins. It is & disgrace to the nation that the home of the author of the Declaration of Independence should be permitted thus to rot and tumble into decay." The Monticello estate comprises about three hundred and fifty acres, and is now in litigation, having been confiscated by the < Confederate Government and bought by a citizen of Charlotesville. The stone over Mr. Jefferson's grave is ruined like the house; relic hunters having chipped into it until the very shape of the original obelisk is destroyed.
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
How many a kiss has been- given, how many a curse, how many a look of hate, how many a kind word, how many a promise has been broken, bow many a soul lost, how many a loved one lowered into the narrow chamber, how many a babe has gone from earth into Heaven—how many a little crib or cradlo stands silent now, which last Saturday night held the rarest treasure of the heart. Smokin"- cures ho"? and kills men.
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
Sioum and (Jonairg. B@»Over— : The ice season. B®.Approaching—Thanksgiving day. B&JEkamine real estate sales in the columns of tho Record,' ? BgL-Several matters omitted for want of space will appear next wjeek. Preaching.—Rev. W» B. McKbe will preach in the Presbyterian Church in this place next Sunday morning and evening. BguF. W. Miller & Co, have received their new goods. Advt next week. Fob Sale.—Mr. Levi Sanders will sell on the 6th and 7th days of November three dwelling houses in this place, nine teen building lots, and one eleven acre lot. Advertisement next week. Sold.—Geo, V. Mong, auctioneer, on Monday last sold the farm belonging to the heirs of Jacob Carbaugh, dee'd, near this place, containing about 105 acres, for the sum of 885,50 cents per acre. Purcha. <-e:s, Wm. Kiinte, Jr.andMichael Kri ncr, Jr. Tun Election.—The election in this place on Tuesday passed by orderly. The tiny proved a fine one and brought out a pretty full vote. The vote wa...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
BUSINESS LOCALS, For Sale—A Morning Glory Stove large size, nearly new. Enquire of th< Printer. Notice.-—Persons indebted to A. K. Bran isholts for Dental work will greatly ob blige him by calling and settling their ac counts. - BSrEverybody is delighted with the Wilson New Steel Underfeed $45 Sewing machine. ... A. E. Waynaxt, agent Tribune Office, New York, 1 October 4,1871. J Sfessrs Caldwell& Co., Gentlemen: 1 am unable to attend the Wasington. Co, Fair, for the reason that I have promised to be at Frederick, and, through some mismanagement, both Fairs occur at the same time. Beside I should have to. meet Grant if I went tpJSager£town, and that, you know, would not be very pleasant. He disappointed me in the New York collectorship, and would not even send me % to Great Britain, therefore,*4.am down on him. "But what I know about farming" is this, that real, genuine, substantial Bargains in Dry goods can only bo purchased for Cash and from live men like, yourself...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
JGS^The weekly report of the grain market of Chicago, made up on Saturday evening last, was that the amount on hand, stored in the several elevators, all of which are reported to have been destroyed was eleven million bushels .about half of which were wheat and. rye, and the balance corn and oats. Here is one species of loss that will come up to twelve million dollurs in value, * 5®"A half dozen of the Ku-Klux prisoners recently sentenced by Judge Bond at Raleigh, N. C, passed through Balti more on Friday in charge of the United States Marshals on their way to Albany State Pr ison, BSSL-Colonel Lewis W. Washington, ;lhe nearest blood relation of George Washington, died at Charlestown, West Virgin-.w, on the 1st instant, in .the fify-ninth year .HiNiisage. He was the^rst man taken prisoner by John Brown during his raid ,nto Virginia, and was rescued by the United States troops. 8g£*Among the heavy dry goods firms burnt out in Chicago is Field, Leiter & Co. Mr. Leiter was fo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
CHICAGOjCN FLAMES. THE CITY ALMOST DESTROYED, Chicago, pet. 7.—The most terrible conflagration-that ever occured in this city broke out about 11 o'clock to-night, and, havinf^already swept, oversix entire block, is still raging with almost unabated fury. The fire started in a large planLog-mill, situated between Clinton and Canal and Van Euren and Jackson, streets. -The wind was blowing very ¦ fresh, and- the flames belching forth, spread with almost incredible rapidity, and in a few minutes the entire structure was a mass of fire. When the alarm sounded-JbriheJire, another of considerable magnitude was burning on Wells street, near Adams, an 1 several engines were necessarily kept at work upon this fire. The lest of the en-—gines4n-the-city-were-soon-on-the-ground r but before they arrived the fire had spread over so large^an-^rea-aBd-was-so-rJapidly spreading that efforts seemed oi little a-.~_yail. - ! JBetween Canal street and'theriverjrere several lumber yards, which are enti...
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
PflHRfl Hi* ^\/ft'l -E OP, WUIMBREILIXTM! ¦ ; . ¦ ' ' • •-¦* ¦ . )> g THE undersignedAgents for the heirs of Joseph, Garverdec'tUwilLaffer at P^. lie Sale, at the Conrt House, in Hagerstown, Maryland, on THUESDAY, OCTOBER 3lst, 1871, at 10 o 'clock, A. M.. the following tracts of land: ' ¦ NO. 1.—THE MANSION FARM Situated about 1} miles South east of Ringgold, Washington County, Md., adjoining the and* of John Wclty, ' JDeuiel Rowe, Jacob Stouficr and others' COSTAIXIXO 266 AGUES , and 120 PERCHES, 70 ACRES of which are in Timber, some of the linest Chestnut intlie 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, CIDER PHESS with SHED , WASH and 8Moke HOUSE, wood house , BLACKSMITH SHOP, and all other necegjiary out, hnihlinga a thriving_' - —dRGHABD^IFGHeie^RmT; a ncyer failing well of water near the house, and a Cistern near the ki...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
PEA-TECS. At Mt Joy, Pa., on the 29th ult., Mrs Catharine Difpendaepfer, aged 81 pears, 10 months and 13 days. J&sTAP&lt E T ~ S . "WAYN'ESBQRO' MAHKET. (corrected weekly.) BACON :8c HAMS 14 BUTTEfc : 18 EGGS 16 LAED 7 POTATOES „ 1 73 APPLES—Dried....... 75 APPLES—Green 60 HAKD SOAP 5 PrnLADELPniA, Oct. 9. FLOUR. —700 bawds changed hands including superfine at $5(a;$o,50, extra: %t $6@6,50, Wisconsin extra family a 57@7,50, Minnessota do. do. at 7,87 J(« 5, Pennsylvania do. do. at $7(a>7,50. GRAIN.—The wheat market is with aut change worthy of special note; sale: 3f 2,000 bushels Pennsylvania and West srn red at $1,59@1,G1, and amber at 81-S3@l,65. Rye is steady at 95c. foi Western. Corn is in fair demand, with sales of 13,O00. bushels yellow at 85c, anc 500 bushels Western mixed at 84c. Oati ire not so firm ; 2,000 bushels Westert md Delaware sold at 50@olc. _ t - ' • '¦ P " ¦ 5 ¦$¦ ¦ a-? % a o *^ 3 w L> O ¦ S O § I : i I J"3 f 1 § 3 I .8 S » o ^? ? ...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
VALU ABLE FARM AND MOUN TAIH IAND AT PUBLIC SALE The subscriber will offer at Public Sale oi tbe premises at 10 o'clock, on - Saturday, the 28th of October, 1871, his Farm and Mountain Landsituated'. miles South east of Ringgold and the sam( distance North East from SmithburgTWasS ineton Co., Md.. and on the line of the Western MarylandRail Road. This lan<J will be sold, in different parcels, ns follows NoTl —Is aTarm containing 110 A CRESmore or less 20 Acres of which is ir Tiffiber pnncipaliy'liea.vy white oak"blffri; walnut, &e. Improved by a comfortable two-story Log Dwelling, a fine Bank Barn with Graneries, a new Wagon Shed witl Criband a large Hog Pen attached. There arc also a Blacksmith Shop, Smoke House, &c. There is a well of never failing watei at the door with pump and a constant stream of running water passing the buildings through the house and tarn-yardsand through the entire length of the/arm. Stocli can havsiacucBS to water from every field...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
BAN^ STATEMlHT REPOKTtof th»; condition ot the Fiist National Bank, of Wayneebbro', Pa., at the close of businfeeB ^ Oipber 2<i, 1B71 : . .,• '-, ' ¦'RESOxTRCE S^v ~J P loans and Discounts , , ' • >£' i$59,759,M OverDeafts, . "' 203,82 U/S. Bonds to. secure circulation, 75,400,00 V. 8. Bonds on hand - 29,200,00 Other Stocks and Bonds, 1,298,50 Due from Redeeming Agent, ,. , 5,25(5,38 Due from other Nat. Banks5,031,42 Due from State Banks and Bankers, 2,574,14 Current Expenses, . 74,25 Checks and other cosh items, 463,92 Bills of other National Banks475,00 Frac Currencv (including Kickels) 232,05 Legal Tender ' Notes, ¦ 12,842,00 $192,831,39 . LIABILITIES. Capital Stock, ' , $75,000,00 Surplus Fund/ , ' 15,000,00 DiscountInterest and Exchange, 3,606,19 Circulation Notes outstanding, 64,765,00 Individual Deposits, . . " 34,560.20 $192,831,39 State of Pennsylvania, loo County of Franklin. / a> BIJohn PhilipsCashier of First rational Bank of Wayn&boro'...
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
PUBLIC! SALE r f'IIE undersigned will sell at Public Sale I at hi* residence in Waynesboro 1 nearly opposite the Reformed - Church, atl o'- clock, on Friday Hit I3ih day of October, 71 the following property. 3HEAD HOa^; Household and Kitchen furniture, a lot of hickory wood, a small lot- coal1 wheelbarrow1 lemon tree1 work bench, garden rake, hoes, shovel, barrels, spadefork and other articles not nccessnry to mention. Also at the same time and place his HOUSE AND LOT if not sold privately before that time, will be offered ¦ at Public Sale. This property is p leasantly situated nearly opposite the new ieformei Church, and ib a desirable one for a small family. There are a number of 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 bemadeknownby j. F. B0U1T_ At the srime timo and place will be sold the following articles: . ' •¦«. 1 Bureau, 1 Safe, 1 Bedstead1 Table, Choireincluding Rocking chair2 ...
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 12 October 1871
AT THE - - - - MT. HOPE STORED j r [^H . Jj gftT|hgr^TinnnnrP q -Tn-nig-^- X mere arid the puWic generally that he has just-returned from the Eastern cities and o pened out a full assortment of new goods, embracing all articles usually kept by country merchants. He-returns special thanks to his patrons for past patronageand asks their attention and the attention of others to his new selections. Call ' ond compare styles and prices. ' W. H. BROWN. Mt. Hope, Oct, 12,—tf. ,