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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
SALEABLE HOMESTEAD "' : '.-AT ¦ ' ¦ - '• ¦ • ¦ jp^LTsrAiinEi saXjE. mHE subscrlbcrpffoishjHr.HOJirESTEAD, . JL situate in Washirigtori ToWiiship; Franklin county, Pii^two 'miles South of jvayries b' oro'; along tho<Pike leading from Waynes-•:: boro' to Leitereburg, containing ELEVEN ACRES OF. LAND, more or,less. -The improyiemchts consist of a good' House, part Stehb, and ; part Log. Roughcnst; one aftd'a-balf story Wgh, with Basemenfc^An excellonf Stable; Hog Pen, (newly bulM \yash.House, Jtoke Oven and Smokehouse, all lQ.cp.^nplete order. • ;.A SPRING OF EX^litEp 1 WATER ! nfear tht'h ' onW.J€SBt^rB ; « t:wash house door > and. all .other necessary buildings. Also, a Fine YoungOrchardof . , . CHOle£. ' A fJUtE ¦TS EWS! : A^out 'kS ff'^^f TBEjES.'. separate fr6^i^C6*fiaaJ>nitt«»' "virig andbCarv? • ¦ T%'g.conidittbn.' ' Tliete-is also;s J '' ' - ¦ : "A ^^ ^ATpR^WEK'CdNNEeTED some wcoptnuV'V- ,; ". 'y , j ," ,j._.. ¦ ,' . ' Thisis one.o'f tlleanest -ana nt...
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Another Warning.—The Middletown (Md.) Valley Register gives the following account of the accidental killing of a little boy near that place, son of Mr. .John P. Gaver: It seems that early on Tuesday, morning of last week Howard, aged five years, the little boy who was killed, awoke " from sleep somewhat frightened, andimmagined that he saw something in his room.— He went down stairs and told his elder brother Elias, aged about 15 years, pi .what he had seen, and asked him to get his gun and shoot it. To gratify him, Ellias reached the gun and in turning to go lip stairs the trigger caught in the door some way, and the gun was •discharged, the load entering the head of his little brother, just above the right-eye killing him instantly. The unfortunate little boy was a great favorite of the family, and a very interesting child. Cueefor Burks.—The best remedy fon. burns, in any stage, is . a strong solution of Epsom Salts in water. The application at once relieves pain, and ¦ heali...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
The Home Paper.—The local paper is an absolute necessity to the country and community where it is. published.— All the city papers cannot supply the place of the. home paper. That should be the first love of every man and woman, -fortheTiaperiH-the^locality^identified. ^ The paper gives the country and town where printed much of their importance in the world; and gives in detail the local news, which cannot be gained by any other source. Every issue of the paper is so much local history, and the rise growth and development of the town and country can be measured and recorded only by the local newspaper, that is constantly gather-.ing its items. People do not properly appreciate their home newspapers. They /measure the value of a paper too much by the number of columns it contains. The home paper at any priceisthe cheapest paper any one can take, for in it is. found thp information to be obtained from no other source,
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Sudden Death.—On Wednesday evening of hist week a young man named Elijah M. Baker, aged about 23 years, fell from a cherry tree on the farm of Mr. John Frantz, j near this, place. The' fall caused concussion of the brain. Medical atd"wmi)romptly"s^fccui^rburtoT8rpur pose. He lingered till the next morning when death relieved him of his sufferings. The deceased was a worthy young man, and his sudden and melancholy death is much lamented by those with whom he mingled. His remains were removed to Emmittsburg for interment, of which place or neighborhood he was a "native. During the cherry season of the summer of 1869, Christian Mole fell from the same tree and died from his injuries. Baker, like Mole, never spoke-after the fall, continuing unconscious up to thetimethe.vital spark took its^flight. We understand Mr. F. has signified his. intension to remove the ill-fated tree.
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
ISrA young woman, aged about twenty years, name unknown, was murdered at an early hour on Saturday morning near Chpses's station, on the Philadelphia Railroad, by a party ofmen dressed iff women's clothes who had been prowling about 'the' neig hborhood for some time past, stealing poultry, etc. . She was first seen on Friday night acting suspiciously, and early on Saturday morning a party of four whites and two colored men went in search of her. They found her sitting on a bank besides the railroad track, * and one Joseph League, wjitf ^ was armed with a shotgun, ; fired, the charge taking effect in her forehead killing her instantly. . ' ' The woman had blue eyes, long flaxen hajr, was neatly dad, and of lady-like appearance. It is supposed she was insane and had escaped from custody. The murderer was arested, and the authorities are investigating the affair. •
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
BS^Among the things which Grant's Administration has made possible, is free, religious worship in Salt Lake City. The Methodists have recently held a campmeeting there, and even Brigham Young and other Mormons listened to a sermon against poligamy. The meeting was undisturbed except by one Mornion,.who ~ was promptly arrested. Three, years ago such a thing would' have been impossible. But the openingof the Pacific Railroad, and the firm hand which the President has held upon everything, have satisfied Brigham that he would better pay respect to the powers that be. No Administration ever made its power felt before amougthis people, who have always openly defied the law and the Government officers. In making it safe for other sects to worship there, and to secure freedom ofspeach . the death blow has been aimed at this last relie of barbarism.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
3ycA.:Ri,:K;iEsj±i s : - ^__ ;i i : JPHTL'AiiELPHtA, Jj>ly_3^__ FLOUR; AND MEAL.-^The demand for flour is mostly confined to the wants ol local dealers and only a fe\V Iiundred barrels were disposed of at $email@example.com p ^ r barrel ; superfine at $firstname.lastname@example.org; extras at $email@example.com; Iowa, "Wisconsin and Minnesota extra &firstname.lastname@example.org; Pennsylvania do. at higher .figures. - : GRAIN.—The wheat market is very dull at the fate decline: sales of'80O bushels old western red- at $1.49,' ' and new southern at $1.45 per bushel. Rye is unchanged ; sales of 1,000, bushels western at $email@example.com. Corn is dull atSaturday's prices; sales of 3,000 bushels yellow at; 74@75 cts. ;sales,of 3,0001, bushels.mixed arid white western, at 62@65 cjs. , ¦; ,,, . , \
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
ArnoRijsM.^—judicious advertising alwayspays, .„. 1 . If you have a good tiling, advertise it. If you haven't don't If you don't mean to mind yoUro-w^ibusiness, it will not pay to advertise. . * It's as true of advertising " as .of anything else in the world—if it is worth doing at all, it is worth doing well. -: You can't eat enough in oho, week to last a whole year, and you can't advertise on that plan either. People who advertise only once in three months forget that most folks can't'remember anything longer than about seven days. * . . 1 .
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
USgiProvidence permitting, the Third Annual CampMeeting,forCarlisleDisirict Methodist Episcopal Church, will beheld at the Red Barn Station, near Oakville, on the Cumberland Valley Rail • Road seventeen miles west of Carlisle, Penn'a:, to comence August 2nd, ' and close August llth,l'871. - .: ¦ - ,; • Persons desiring 1 to-rent- tents should apply early to ' ' ¦ H. R. Mo 'ssier . -^fevrCumberland. Boarding can be had as follows, yi?: Six dollars for the term. One dollar per day.' Fifty cents forsirigTebreakfastortea, and"scyenty-five ' cents for dinner.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
l.owin &u(| <P-im$*8 VJSEE^iAL'^^ica—W$faile^to " pi?ttt enough papers last Week ; for persons who are-pot subscribers to the Record that we intended to send copies, and therefore r& ; new our proposition and send it to this class this week.T^ wpflld'bel.p^e^^o jadjI their namesjto _ our list for one year, or six months, as they may desire. Those who doinot feel disposed.to accept ejtbjpprgp tendays., . . ..,,,,, -. ¦ •
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
year since, Rev. J. H. Wagner, ,of Lancaster, Pa., a minister of the Reformed church, went over to the Catholic church. Recently, Prof. C.H. Budd, offrankljn and Marshal College. iTnrother of Prof. Thomas Budd,) and also the-wife of Rev. J. H. Wagner, havV followed into, the Romish communion. These defections are attributed by the Reformed church newspapers, says an ex-changG to the influence of the Mercersburg Theology, as in culcated by Dr. Neyin in the ifereersburg Quarterly.
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Sold.—The Springs Hotel property at Gettysburg was sold at public sale onSatturday a w . eek by R. G. McCreary, 1 Esq., •Assignee in Bankruptcy,- for the sum of $35,000. Purchaser,Dr. E. G. Fahnestock. The Star says the Dr.; represents aportion of the Bondholders, who will .reorganize. . jj ®» 'A' v camp meeting will' ' ; bo hdd'-'by the Boonsbpro' Circuit of the United BrcthreninChrist,ontheoldCamp Ground. near Keedysville, '-Washington''county,- Mdt, commencing on the 10th and closing on the 18th ofAugust, ;
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Wholesale aitd Retail Dealer, and.Manufac-- ¦' .-.. ' •• i; [ji^i turer- of • '" ¦ ' ' ho y §w:My, r n i t, u. r e ^ ll^^^^Srffe' iSfcustoin-- " ' ¦ ' : " - ¦ jprsaiiiJtli^P^WflSituiS ^ haB:. ' ^ from^rt^fe^tjjpS^enK^QwftK^o ^th^ advant^e^teBw'ove r^ther inaau facturers he can and ^ill.wallFnrniture at a less price tlian -any otlier'ManufijptUre'r in;the State.. ^^ p^fa^^^co^^mooMs , filled;vyith.' 6v^t^^a xw^ r iif Furniturefrom a plairi . -comflj^^article, to " thefinest in use, he:fee^'^rKinl^cli 1 :jn ' --paying-; '^hat.he can p|e,ase;'iill-tast*8,''% '.ii' >; :.'V ; ' . ' :- .- '" ':• Cdtfeage^Tmita&n of VValnut; ' $5pG?7j>to S " ¦¦ ¦ Solid Walnut ' ¦ '-- 8,9fta 10 ^iinay;lM*rf&fA^BrTdp.'1?aaer,'j .T " XL f:?.-:J. I? .'rjfetaBhffl^ jP AneVi ,' .-,. i,.i; ' - . Imitation .^lOf-JS, to 14 =Roundxgorner-foqt l 3 Panels Walnut, " , " Foot; OvaLPanel ' *' "Walnut, ' Moulded 30, 35, to 40 Antique—Kew Style 25, 30, 35, 40; to 60 Kne Antique Chamber Sui...
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Ayer's Sarsaparillaj FOB tfWtMmCMJSG XBB BLOOIh » " The reputation this eSt n >r^». ccllent medicine enjoys, 3(&FSi derivod Ctom its euros, .^r «a?>Js inan yo * wllliai aiutrnl y» /^jAJeft—SJ marveUons. Invetorata » Jr "f «^jj(r cases of Scrondons 01s-If D /.'« ea80 > wbete Oie system V\ H im seemed saturated with d».g-N. .11 iW>k corrapUoDbave been HHH'gp^v purified and cmed by it. ^¦^^^f* . --a»a BorofUonsaffectionBand ^-iftalSBi^ldlaorders.whichwereng-J^i^MHW^^I^v''ted M by the scroffillicy were psinniUynflllctinghave been radically cared imsuohgreat-numbora la atoost every section of tbe country, 'fliat the public scarcely need' to bo informed of its virtues or uses. Scrofulous poison is one of the most destructive enemies of our race. Oftenthis unseen and unfelt tenant of the organism undermines the constitutionand invites the attack of enfoebUngor fatal diseaseswithout excitinn arsusoicion of its , presence Agnin, It seems to breed infec...
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
RHH XSTALIDSDO^TDESPAIRI'JB^3 - . ¦TmcS Tlioilsanilsl)i\Toronn(lrclloi: and HriiSJj. BWKtl llionaands will turn to thu Medl- fMSjm • Hb1| Clno,nncv«liau8tlnstliclrpurf08 fitnfWH ^ HiBU-snd piu!ttBCO.in Bearch otUiooltb. .Vm^O lilddlnoSTof lliiThcaadullnas~ol tBg"fntBB,TIttia—" briailli, coatedtougao, Iobb otapneUtoiialns anil wente- - nc3J In tlio stoniacR, cnlnrgeraent of Ik llvcf; yellow-BMfnfthi'^Hn;rAii'"1"«'"'¦ •"¦• «Tl 'V"'l"'>i «»hntntnl dinrolbh for butIncas. plcauura or. wiy kind of employment. FAHintxT's l'AXAtjEA, If tafcon nnd pcrsovcnKl In for afew ilavnwill remove thla. uliolo class of symptoms. Tlio fluids ottho body iKicomi'. and mind clear'tlio stomach strenKthcnciltno/tonjue cleantho annctlto Improvedana tno wliuio syitem no licncntcd llwtdlseto^laliaaifcatUw . la leas lioWc to nllllct you. . 1 Dr. P, FAHRNEY' ~ Celebrated Blood Cleanser or Panacea, As a medicine for chllilrcn, tho panacea IsIn every wnycalcnlMedtottkoHio placaoltUo.endlotsvarictr ofilni...
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
Iron, Steel, Xails Coachmalcers Goods of every description, Queensware, Ccdanvare, Shoes, Carpets ^ OU ^ CJotlg^aints, Glass, OilsVarnish JfrHghcs, oPMuSalt, and all kind pf-Goods kept in a well regulated store. Our goods are all new and fresh and have ¦ been bought- for pne^-«t- ti wkite- decline in .prices. - ^^ ^rX '•.- ' w "We flatter ourselves that from our long .experience in busini>.is, and a determination -to-soll^a«intea*«maH^i»ofi4e','-we'Bnftlt-ofler unufetral- inducementsto bnyers wlio desire • to save money. Please call and see for yourselves, .. . _._,__ ..... ^ s We have a jargeaud well-assorted stock of staple and fancy Dry Goods, embracing ( I|»r -MSSWRES-, :;;«!„ Satinelts r _Jeans r Tjvxeds r .Coltoaiadea v CQrds; Stripes; Checks, Ginghams, Linen and Cotton Table DiapersCra ' sn Jor' fowels, Calit coes,-Delaiua,-Alpaccn4; ¦ .' , ' • Fancy DRESS GOODS, DRILLINGS, Shawls, Brown and Bleachfed Sheeting and ShirtingsTickings, LinensFlannels, White Goods, Glo...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
TlfliiSJDKlSflN, DEALER IN. FLOUR AJftyFEED STUFF Pne door West of the'BowdenBOuse. July 6—tf ¦ ¦ ¦ . ' '• . ¦¦ ><. ' NOTICE TO THE LADIES! NEw f M:i£iiifeR^tibbDS! MISSES STIC&EL & GORDON announces to the ladies of Waynesboro' and vicinity that ' they haye just opened out in the corner room opposite the Bowden. Houbo a complete assortment of Millinery Goods. Their stock embraces'Hate and'iranics of every varied ^PBers ^ Rib^QMSvan^jteim-, ings of every description, " including white trimmings Stamped goods, Corsetscollars, fansnettn,jewelry, Hosiery, &c. , Ladies are invited to call and examine late styles - and prices. - T > ¦ ' - . ' April-27.-- . ¦ • ¦ LOT Scrubbing BruBhcs^-soldJ cheap—Shoe Brushes-Whitewash BrushesCot- ' ton Wash LinesBed Cords, painted Buck-; cts, . School .and- Market Baskets ^ Crystal Soap for washing paints^-it'hus no emtal; • June29. W.A.REID.
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
A. K. BRANISHOLTS ,/ RESIDENT DENTIST ffAyjr ' ESBOROVPA, Can be found at all times at his office where he is prepared to insert teeth on the best basis in use and-aii fl iiiustu nuitthe times. Teeth extracteditntlurut pain by the use of chloroform, oather, nitrous oxid egas or the freezing process, in a manner surjjasseiT'by " Tione. .. . i i- ' • We the undersigned being acquainted with A. K. Branisholts for the past year, can recommendhim tothepubhc " generally to be ^ a-fientiBtrwell-xpialined 1 ^ o fleTforixrTrlr**opDfations b'elfinging * toTJentisfry * iri"th' eTnost skillful manner. ¦ • • Drs. J. B. AM.BERSONjI.-N. SNIVELY, E.-A-.-HERRtNGr ^T -MvR-IBP-LE r—. J.J.OELLIG, A. S. BONBRAKE, T. D. FRENCH. sept 29tf]
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871
AS3IC3-3TESES' SAIjE ¦ OF ffiraNMjffimGrcY, ' THE undersignedAssignees' of Conrad Kuths, will sell at Public Sale •ONSATmpAY, /ULYJ2n£, 1871, \ ¦ ' " 'V^fiS foltowingWrsonSl property ' -^'"i ~ ; ONE NEW SPRING WAGON, 2 Fat Hogs, 1 Good Cow, 1 Parlor Stove1 Cook Stove, 1 sett Chairs2 Rocking- Chairs, l_Bedstead r I^tjCarpet ^ Lat_Eeather8i.Copr per Kettle, 1 Lard Press, 1 . Brass Kettle10 Corn Brooms1 StandBowl and Pitcher, —Fe(itheT"Beo t STnid-BedBteBds7iotBacon7i2e f lbs. Lard; 'l WheelbarrowLot Cow-chains, 1 Corn Sheller, 1 second-hand Spring Wagonlot Boxes and Barrels. Alsoone Side Boardnearly new; and many other articles not named. Sale to commence at One. o'clock,-when the terms will be made known by -. ' .' ;C;.\ ¦ ' : W. g.JAMBERSOK, T. 8. CUNNINGHAM, July C. . Assignees.