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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

£* ktt$Mrg. [ Written for the Village Record. ' ] Thoughts occasioned by attendingaS. S Festival, held neat Waynesboro, Franklin Co., Fa; ¦ „ • ' By Temmie Maini I shall not soon forget that day, Perchance the thoughtless may Day* frangh^t with memories sad and sweet, Fled with its acts away, From mountain top to valley green, Bathed brightly in sunlight, • While sparkling streams and songsters gay; Hailed us with wild delight. When we; as strangers hastened on, . To join the merry throng, To celebrate a festive day, The aged and the young, Beneath the shady boughs we m<Stt _ Upon a carpet green, While smiling softly from above, The glorious sun was seen. The young, the beautiful were therSj Perchance the high, the low, The _ wise,_the good, the rich and_poor, All, roaming to and fro, ~ Each heart seemed bounding light with joy, As laugh and jest past round, Then seated on our carpet gre6n » We spread our. luxuries down. With all the dainty things of earth, " The appeti...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

A-Westem^Case A murder trial of extraordinary intereat was c.Icseda ahort time since—in—the-Brown county Circuit Court at Mt Sterling. The facts are of thrilling interest. Two years and a half ago two men started from Texas in a • wagon, labeled in' large letters, "P. Eamball, Dallas, Texas." They traveled through Arkansas and Missouri, and crossed the Mississippi river at Hannibal. Almost immediatel y afterward Kimball was missing, but Ms traveling companion continued on in Pike county, offering to, and finall y wr iting tTift—ten.in and ¦nm.gnn , and on reaching Pittefield, Pike county, registered his name as Wm.. EL Stout.— ' The body of the man Kimball was shortly afterward found in a slough in Pike county, evidently having' been murdered. Nothing more was heard «f the supposed-murderer-after—leaving—the—hotel-at Pittsfield for over two years. In the mean time, the counties of Pike and Menard, where the murdered man had relations residing, each offered $500 reward for the ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

•¦ , A Good Doctor. ' ^ Ah exchange gives its readers some ad-¦viee-how-4o-ehose-a-doetori—The—adviee is as good for the doctor as for patient.— Here it is : " Avoid a mean man, for yon may be sure he will be a mean doctor,' just as certain, as he would be a mean husband. — Shun a doctor that you can buy-to help you out of a scrape—a good doctor cannot be' bonght. Avoid the untidy, coarse, blundering fellow, for the man who is clumsy in- hitching his horse, you may besure .isnot Kandy at midwifery or surgery. 1.—r^ : — , Avoid the.doctor who flatters you. and humors.your appetites. ,;.... ,; ; Avoid, the empty. blow-hora who boasts of his numerous cases and tells youiof seeing forty or fifty patients a day .while he spends two hours to convince you of. the -f&ctr—,Put-him-dowttras-a-foplr-r— r-•i To be a good doctor, one must first; be a man in the true sense of the word. -::,.: \ He should be.a moral man, honest in his dealings. ¦- , -¦, -:. Heimust have good'sense, or li...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

* TK6 Weather in Mars. * - The " planet liars has ^ recently been the object of iinusually careful inspection by English astronomers, and some curious results have been reached. The oceans are easily distinguished from the continents, the. former generally wearing a green-blue tint, and the land a well-marked red hue. Over these pass clouds at times, " or what the observers consider to be such whenev er they see a whitisE light gradually jre placing these ordinary colors. On. a recent occasion, comparing the observations of two astronomers, it was found that a certain well-known sea was partially con¬ cealed from view by a great cloud-mass spreading over many thousand'square" miles of the surface. As the hocus. past $he cloud seemed to be melting ' away, whether by the sun's heat, or bjejausethey had fallen in rains was, ' of course, riot determinable, until, the shore that! had been" ' concealed was ' wholly restored to view ; -r Referring these phenomena to ' the day ' of the ...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

How They Escaped. In the war of 1812 an. enterprising, dashing American officer," with' a small *boat-crew on one of the upper lakes madewhat nowra-^days we: woula calL a.raid upon a British post on the shore _of ..the lake, and seizing some dozen English soldiers as prisoners and a boat-loadofsppilsf made with all possibly speed for the American post some thirty miles distant. A British boat's crew was quickly, .started in hot pursuit." With the' first inoraing light the pursuer's were descried -fast gaining on the pursued. Every" exertion at escape wag made, but soon a musketshot sending a spray of water near the American boat, told that an attempt to " escape by main strength at the' oars was uselesf, and safely could only be secured by some; witty„. device..fSuddenly,, as a second spray of-prater was sent up by; a passing shot,.the ' voice, of the captain of. the American boat washeard, "Throw overboard & fed-coat," and a moment after overinto, the Jajje j®nt pneiof^he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

¦ Thursday, Ocltbber jt9,?frly \ ' • ' " Press F0i^SiL^^We eSall^have for sale the Washington Press upon which the jtecoad was printed previous to it? enlarge-¦ ment- Pnce^#. ¦¦- ' ¦¦.;, " ' 8®,^hr<w^Kwt »li California fir es, are raging in the mountains. BS?*A11 fe»r. Democratic Congressmen wereeleoteiin Texas, a gam of one. 1 B^TKe ' majority^fijrthe- Eepnblfcenticket in, this Stftte is^estimatqd at between fifteen and twenty thousand. B®» Contributions for the relief of Chi ; cago,aggregateprobably.fiveorsts millions of dollar^^^^^^^ - ^ ! 86MMrs. "Whar fon; indicted forjpoisoning Gen. Ketehurn, has had her, case removed to Annapolis:for- trial. - - -;' 8&* Advices by telegram state that ' severe snow storms prevailed at - Santa Fe and Wyoming, last week the snow in some places being four feet in depth. j@»Baltimore City up to Monday had subscribed the handsome sum of $190,000 for the relief of the Chicago sufferers.. The American thinlcs the grand total will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

J8®*The followingia the official tote oi Washington township cast on: Tuesday a weekiforState^andConnty officers: i'' .- : Atjditoe General, ' . -. Stanton, 86ff; McCandless 305 SUBTETOB GeSEEAX, - Beatir . , 3^0 . Cooper .305 COHBTPPOT'SI CoNtENt'» Pot Convention 633 Against Convention 15 Pbbsident JcrxiE, HaU 355 Baer 310 Associate Jcdge, M'Dowell 355 Orr " , 307 Sbsatob, • Wealley 361 Peffer - 309 Assembly, Mahon 359 North 309 Sheriff, Greenawalt 349 Hafer ' 311 Teeasueek, Ksisiet ( 360 Kennedy 306 Dist. Attoeney, McGowan 321 ^Douglass 332 County Commis'nr, Boyd '362 ^ Croft 308 Db. Poor, Detrich 355 Miller ^ ^307 AtTDITOE , Cressler . 361 Clugston 309 Surveyor, a Kauffman / 363 , Kuhu 307 The County.—The following is the official vote of the election in thU county: Auditor General, Stanton 4406 McCandless „ 4011 Surveyor General, Beath 440G Cooper 4012 eONSTITUT'NL CONVENT'N, * " For Convention 6588 Against Convention 1574 -President-Judge; - y Hall . 4540 Baer - 3988 Associat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

a®>ThefireswhicHhavo been raging in the lUinber forests of ¦ Michigan,, Wia conain and Minnesota are desolating an immense tract >f! country, estimated if atthree thousand ' square miles. Small towns have been burned, hundreds of farmers have been.,made homeless by the besom of destruction, while- forest, antmals are flying from the woods. A later despatch says: The scanty despatches which coma from the Northwest indicate that scarcely a tithe of the horrors of the. burning forests has yet been told;., All Northern "Wisconsin and Michigan are ablaze, the loss, of life is placed at from ten to twelve hundred by the various accounts, and the. loss of material wealth by the • destruction of . the timber lands is enormous. - The destitute people are flying in. throngs from, their homes to the'larger towns, and each successive report increases the extent of the calamity. This stricken multitude requires aid as badly 'as do the Chicago sufferers, and the charity of the nat...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

j&*The weather continues very favorable for building operations and other oat door work.' J9©rDon^ kill the partridges. Bear in mind that the law protects them forthree years, flSyChestnuts, inferior in quality owing to the draught, are selling at 8 and 10 cents.—' . _ BSuCoon & Stonehouse have opened out a full line of new fall and winter goods. Call at the "corner store." « Sold.—Mr. Joseph Boult has disposed oThirteuse ~ anid"lof~"iffthi8 place~for ~ tne sum of $900. Purchaser, Mrs.-Heck man. —La-e<3E-S*£e^—We invite-special—attention to the large sale of valuable real estate in to-day's paper by Mr. Levi Sanders. . . « Select School.—Wm. Jacobs, A. B. ? of Gettysburg, will open a select school in the Basement of the Lutheran Parsonage, commencing on Monday next. BQrWra. B.RabyEsq..has purchased the store-houso in Quincy, opposite the Middour Tannery, of E S, Shank for SI ,800, cash. Sale,—Attention .directed to the real estate -sale advertisement o...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

i.o. a-p., • > y Office Cor. & BeoSee.R W. OL.VJS.r [ Baltimor e, October 11,1871. ! ) To the Subordinate Lodges and Encampment of the several Grand Jurisdictions of the I. O, O. F. in the United States; Brethren—The following telegram- has just been received at this office: \ Elgin, HI., October 11,1871. 2b James It? Ridgely, prand Secret ary: Chicago is wiped out. More than a thousand Odd fellows and their wives and little ones are homeless and penniless in the streets, and must have immediate relief. For G od's sake, appeal to the Order. Nothing left for us but woe and des-olation, unless God inspires His children to send relief. Hundreds, at least have perished. E. B. Sherman. In the absence of the Grand Sire and Deputy Grand Sire, tho undersigned, the only elective Grand- officers of the Grand Lodge of the United . States resident in Marylaand, in view of,<ne appalling exiigency, beg earnestl y/ to appeal to the Bromerhood at large for a prompt and gen...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

J. W. MILLER. ¦ 8. C. 1HLLEB. J.W.MILEER¥Cp Have lately increased their stock by the addition of u . large and handsome assortment of Fall and Winter Goods and ai-e now prepared to supply their customerfi with every thing in the .way of Dry Goods, <kc. In their stock will he found all the leadstyles of Drcsa Goods, such as BLACK & COLOEED ALPACCAS, FRENCH POPLINS, ¦* SILK FINISHED MOHAIRS, . POPLIN PLAIDS, WOOL PLAIDS, \ EMPRESS CLOTHS, FRENCH MORENOS, Beautiful Styles long and square Shalls, mmn fubniishinjG gdods 5 Plain and Fancy CassimeresBlue,- Black and Brown CoatingsBlack and Brown Beaver Cloths for Overcoats. New Style Paper Collars and Neck Ties. Gloves, HosieryCuffs and Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, over and undershirts, Drawers, &c. ; A FULL LINE, BOPTS & SHOES, Ladies,Mu:se3 and Childrens Morocco Shoes Ladies and Misses Lasting Gaitors, Ladies and Misses Gum Sandals, Mens and Ladies Artie Ov6r Shoes, Men and Boys Custom-made Boots for Wi...

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

X» XT B. Xj 3COH S A X* JES OP REAL ESTATE HPHE undersigned will offer at Public Sale ' on Monday and Tuesday, the 6th and 7th days of November1871on the premisesall that valuable Real Estate described below: Nos. 1, 2 and 3—Being three new two story LOG DWELLING HOUSES (weatherboarded) and Lots, situate on west or Leitertb.irg Street, in Waynesboro', Pa., North of Main Street.-The lots each ;have a front of 41V feet and usual length—all of these lots have Cisterns and convenient outhouses—one of them an excellent -well of water. The^e dwellings have been erected within the last tWLyears—are each large enouph and especiefly arranged to suit two families, *are well plastered, ceiled and finished up in complete Style in every respect. Nos.'4,'o and G— THEEE:B U[IL D IN G LOTS immediatelyTadioining'on the Sonth ado of the above dwellings and lots—of the same width' and length. These lots are nicely locatedand are as desirable building- lots as any in the borough and will be s...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

Mb. Editor^--Asjone who has trav eled over public roads a great deal for the last ten years I have been particuarly gratified with the great improvement; of these publicjughways ' on the South and South Western directions from your borough. Upon inquiry I learn these formerly almost impassible roads have oflate been under the supervision of that efficient officer George V. Mong, Esq., wh&by a strict survaillance has rendered them bo smooth and evEtt . that it is a pleasure to drive over them, and I am told at no more than tfce * u«i*l expenditure of our public funds. Such faithful public officers ae Mong deserve a public ; " -notice and the thanks of your entire traveling community. A ^ Traveler. . B@»The Republicans of Washington Co., Md., bavo placed in nomination the following ticket to be supported at the election on the 7th of November next: Senator, F. M. Darby; States Attorney J. C. Zeller; Assemblymen. 'Chas. Ardinger, Moses Whitson, Jacob Snively, David H. Newcome...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

Quinoy Election—the following is the result of the election, official, in Qu$n cy township: ; Aud. Gen., Wm-lMcCandless, 271 David Stanton, , 230 Sur. General, James H. Cooper, 271 Robert£B. Beath, 230 Against 'Constitut'nl Conventty 114 For Convention, 366 President Judge, Wm. JXBaer, 271 Hon. Wra. M. Hall, 254 Associate Judge, James B. Orr, 289 Maj. J. D. M'Dowell, 238 Senator, Henry K. Peffer, 269 Hon. J. M. Weakley, 256 Assembly, Andrew J. North, 281 Thaddeus M. Mahon, 245 Sheriff, Abraham Hafer, 288 ' B. F. Gronnawalt, 234 Treasurer, J. Logan Kennedy, 294 Samuel Enisley, 231 Dist. Attorney, Jos. Douglass, 261 Gen. The©. McGowan, 259 County Commis'nr, John Croft, 279 Capt R, J. Boyd, 246 Dr. Poor, Jacob J. Miller, 277 ^Sen. David Dotrich, 248 Auditor, Isaac Clugstpn, . 280 ^ofrnCreEBler, 246 Surveyor^John W. Kuhn, 272 John B. KauSman, 252 IQuIf you want a nice suit of clothes made up in the latest and best style go to Boerner & Waynant A good fit guaranteed or no sal...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

Nervous Disease.—How many thousands of the most refined ladies of the land are slaves to nervous diseasses in various forms—trembling, twitching, and jerking of the nerves, headache, hysterics, sudden outbursts,of temper on trival occasions, peevishness, a feeling of desperation, despondency, ' or fear, &c. ¦• In any unhealthy condition of the nervous system, Briggs' Allevantor has absolute control over the nerves, creating a radical change and positive cure. Sold by F. Fourthman and druggists generally. Pius.—Look at-those features and see the agony depicted in the face. It cannot be helped while the trouble remains.— Thesufferingfrom piles iaof a very aggravateddecription. You cannot walk with any comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you cannot sit with ease, and the suffering when attending . ' to nature id almost unbearable, and causes such feeling'of dread that is put off at great sacrifice to health and combrt, in many instances increasing the difficultyto analarm'ge...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

A&JQUBNED OF A FIBWMIMM FARM. npHE of tdMBigned, essigneea of Henry I Oaks, wOl self atpabUcBBlo, ia front of Minter's Hotel, in- Waynesboro'on Saturday the 11th day of November next, a valuable limestone farmsituated at Antietam junctionin Washington Township, Franklin CountvPa., 2} miles south of Waynesboro'on the turnpike leading to Hageratown, Md., it contains ioi i-2 -a.o:r,:e!S of land 4aeres in Timberfencing ingood repair, and all in a high state of cultivation. The improvements are a large new TWO-STOEY BRICK HOUSE, with Cellar, Basement, Kitchen and milk collar, with a tine sprhig of water in it: a LARGE BAFESAm, Wagon ShedHog pen, Blacksmith Shop, Wagon maker shop, i£ good two story tenant House, all in good repaira goodbearing orchard of choice fruit. The Antietam runs by the form. There is a School House within $ mile of the dwelling House, and a. Church within one mile. This farm can be divided to advantage and will be offered altogether or divide to s...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

OP rpHEundersigned*B attorney for the heirs I of Solomon Shockey, decUwill sell at Public Salein Einggoldin front of John Gehr's Storeat 12 o'clock, on Saturday tho 4th November, the home farm of the dee'd containing 76 ACRES, more or less, lying and being in the county of Washington and State of Maryland , about two miles East of Binggoldand in sight of the Western Maryland Rail Bondadjoining lands of Daniel 8hockey, Geo. Baikdoll and others.. The improvements consist of A LOG HOUSE, and TWO TENANT HOUSES, a log barn, a never failing spring, and a thriving young orchard of Choice fruit, The 2d part is a Timber Lot containing about 8 acres, more or less, lying and being about 2 miles South of Ringgold, near Abrm.Shank'B, this tract Is well set with Chertnut and other timber. 2d part is*a Honse and Lot ia Ringgold.— This property i8 improved with a good 8tory and a hall Log Hoose, and a Cistern and fruit trees. ' Teems.—One third of the purchase mon* ey to be paid on the lBt...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

MARKETS , WAYNESBOKO'lMAaKEX. (CO&KBcntD WXESLT.) , ' BAOON........ so HAMS • 14 gDTTEK is EGGS is LABD. 7 POTATOES .V..76 APPLES—Dried..; , 76 APPLES-Gkbbn. 60 HARD SOAP. 6 Philadelphia, Oct. 16. FLOUR.—The flour market isWery quiet, and prices have a downward tendency. Purchases include 1200 barrels Market Street Mills and 200 barrels Bracdywine family on secret terms, superfine at $5.50@6, extras at «5.75@6.25, Wisconsin and Minnesota extra family at$7.-5O@8.37J, Pennsylvauia do. do. at $7.@ 7.50. GRAIN.—The demand for -wheat is extremely limited and prices are weak; sales of 2.000 bushels* Pennsylvania and Western red at 61.68@1.60, and white at 1.69. Four hundred bushels winter rye sold at 94 cents. Corn is inactive and dropping; sales of 4.000 bushels at 84@ 86 cents for yellow and 8S@84 cents for Western mixed. Oats do not attract much attention; sales of white at 60@51 cents and mixed at 48@49 cents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 19 October 1871

^oicn Hiti ({ouutr g;. • jgfl^Not a niiss~A pretty widow. ,,-t . StgLThe winter wheat looks well. -. i ¦ ^—i: s „ | ft@t"Trampa" are numerous, , «@-Cold weather will soon be here. l®*Money is; still scarce; 4®-Our "black list" in a couple weeks. »®,Filbert lias received bis new goods. ¦ -: i» gee advt. of Misses Stickel & Gordon. JI®-Winter apples are retailing at 65 to 75 cents per bushel. BSS-New Corn, a prime article, is selling at $1.00 per barrel. BS-Kepoit^Hbi g foof'Tad "lager in&ntum" one. night last week. Needs conformation.

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