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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
Hit and Mumor The reason an old maid is generally so devoted to her cat, is, that,' not having a husband, she naturally takes to. the nex. most treacherous animal. ' —: * . What is the difference between a swallow and a cat ? It is an admitted fact that "one swallow does not make a summer," but any cat can make a spring. ~rrBurrowsTVas~t iie moat absent-minded of men. It is said of him that he was found standing by the fire one day with an egg in his hand and his watch in the saucepan. A_campassionatB Boston—ladyy-seeing a vegetable huckster beating his horse cruellyycried-out,"Have you no mercy?" To which theastonishedraan replied, "No, mem; I've nothing left but greens and cucumbers." A friend of ours, who tended a sable meeting," reports: Then Mr. Johnson arose and exhorted substantially as fol-. lows: "Breddren, I'm a gwine to gib you a sample ob de pious man and de onpious man. Now you are de onpious, and whar do ye 'spose ye'll go when ye die I I know. Ye'll go down into...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
Washington's Prayer. , In the summer of 1779 Washington, exploring alone one day the position of the British, io.ces ou the bank of the Hudson, ventured too far from his own camp and was compelled, by a sudden storm and the fatigue ot his horse,- to seek shelter for the mgbt in the cottage of a pious American peasant, who, greatly struck with the language aud manner , of his guest, and listened at the door of his chamber, overheard the lollowing prayer irom the father of his country : *'And now, Almighty Father, if ' it is thy hoiy will that we shall obtain a place and iiame among the. nations of the earth, grunt that we may be able to show our gratitude tor thy goodness by our endeavors to fear and obey thee. Bless us with wisdom in our councils., success in battle, and let all our victories be tempered with humanity. Endow, also, our enemies with enlightened minds, that they may become sensible of their injustice, and willing to restore our liberty and peace.— Grant the petiti...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
What'constitutss a Providential Callis a question which most ministers are, at some time, required to. settle. -Perhaps some light may be shed upon it by the following ittm, furnisheeFby a missionary of the American Sunday School Union in Virginia. He has been called to establish a mission Sunday School in a. region ceantry-known-as "liell Bund," and, mure recently, in another place bearing the not euphonious or auspicious appellation of "itowdy"—with good success in both, instances—and is reminded by his experience of that'young Southern minister, who, when about to leave the seminary, receiv ed two calls—one from a large and wealthy congregation, the other of a small band of Christians, reduced in circumstances, and dwelling among a perverse generation. He was asking advice of his father, in the hearing of an old family servant, which of the two calls he should accept. Old Sambo spoke out, and said, "Massa John, I can tell you which ofdem churches you must go to. Beti er you g...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
-A few days ago,-at North Adams, Mass., the State constable seized a jar ol rum and arrested the party in whose possession it was found, for selling liquor.— The examination before a district judge came on, when the constable after being sworn, testified that he seized the liquor. The attorney for the prisoner asked him if he'knew it was liquor. He replied: "Yes it was rum: I drank some of it." The prisoner, a woman, was calied. "Did you ever have any liquor in your house when the Stato constable culled there?" "Yes, I had some in ajar." "How long had you it?" "About six months." "Did you have it for sale ?" "Oh, no; 'I don't sell liquor." . "What do you keep this rum for ?" "I kept it to wash the baby.'.' Had you ever washed the baby in this rum?" "Oh, yes, often! I used to turn the rum out in a dish, wash the baby in it, and then turn it back into the jar. 1 ' • There was laughter in court, and tho State constable declared he would seize no more liquor kept in a jar.
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
Egyptian Maxims. Rev. J. P. Thompson, in his notes on Egyptology" in the Vibliotheca tiaora, gives the lollowing maxims from the ancient Egyptians: "Do not take on airs. "Da not maltreat an inferior; respect the aged. > "Do not save thy life at the expense of another's. "Do not pervert the heart of thy comrade if it is pure. "Da not make sport of those who are dependent unto thee. "Do not maltreat a woman, whose strength is less than thine own. Let her and in thee a protector. "If from, an humble condition thou hast become powertul, and the first in the city for opulence, let not riches make proud, ibr the first author of these good things is God. "if thou art intelligent, bring up thy son in the love of God. If he is courageous, active, and increase thy property, give him the better recompense. But it' the sou whom thou hast begotton is a fool, do not turn away thy heart from him, for he is thy son." ' ' •
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
Twenty years ago you struck a brokenhearted little boy away from his dear mother's coffin. I was that boy." "Have you rescued me, then, to take my hie ?" "No, I have a sweeter revenge. I have a sweeter revenge. I have saved the life of a man whose brutal conduct has rankled in my breast for the last, twenty years. Go, then, and remember the tears of a friendlesachild^ 1 -—; The man bowed his head in shame, and went from the presence of magnanimity as grand to him aa incomprehensible After a Great Fire. Bays a correspondent, writing from " Chicago^ Never was presented a more mournful scene as last night I walked through the desolate ruins of the South Division of this city. In my front and
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
TIE WAINESBORO' VILLAOE RiCOfiJ - Published every Thubsday Mobnikq By W, BLAIR. TERMS—Two Dollars per Annum if paid within the year; Two Dollars and Mf ty cents after the expiration of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS—One Square-(10 lines) three insertions$1,50; for each subsequent insertionThirfiye Cents per Square. A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. LOCALS.—Business Locals Ten Cents per line for the first insertionSeven Cents for subsequent insertions.
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
Wwty^mfW&W gfrtorC Tlutrsday, NoyeBOLber 3- '11 . Pntcss For. Saie.—We still have for sale the Washington. Press upon which the Rccoad wa3 printed previous to its enlargemcnt. Price, glOO. ' BSuPresideut GraDt has issued a proclamation , appointing Thursday, November 30th, as a National Thanksgiving day. X&Jl little son of Levi B. Swavely, of Pottstqwn,-got a chestnut in his windpipe the other.day, and choked to death. ~ BS-President Grant lias issued a proclamation appointing Thursday, November 30th, as'a'National Thanksgiving clay. -. ... ¦ ' . EgwThe Hod, George Connell, member of the State Senate from the 4th District, Philadelphia, died on the morning of the 2b' ta inst. ". E6S-A petition fifty feet long was received at the Executive Mansion on Tuesday, signed by wom;n of Utah, protesting against polygamy and urging effective ineSiStrres-for-its-supression.- H©,The full official vote in Pennsylvania gives Bcath 20,370 majority, and .Stanton,14 / i90. The l...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
" 3©°"B\nter is scarce. S®»"Stamps" are scarce. JEST-Now is the time to subscribe. ¦ ' JBSTThe weather continues pleasantl Bg&^ee sale advt. of Mr. Israel Hess. S©*The farmers are busy corn husking. ' 5. VALtJA^EETrFSKMv^W^-direct-attention to the valuable farm advertised for sale in today's pater by Levi Sanders. Changed. ; —Jacob Motz, of Ringgold, has-changed-the-time-of—his-sale—ftom Saturday the 11th day of November to Saturday the 18th. ,. JFok Saxe.—W. S. Amberson, administrator ~S f T l 1 h~ os71l:. "Wallacerdec 4 droiSrlf for sale a couple of desirable lots of ground. See Advt. Second Arrival.—Mrs. C. L. Hollinberger has received her second supply of new Fall and Winter Millinery Goods.—- Ladies are invited-to-calLan<L examine the late styles. In Tovra.—The Mayor of Scranton,Pa, a genial gentleman, in company with David Patterson, Esq. is on a visit to our town. _ Sold.—J. Logan Kennedy has sold the Washington Hotel in Chambersburg to Mr. E. S. Shank for th...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
fl®"A correspondent of a. Cincinnati newspaper who has been interviewing "Ben Hill," of Georgia, reports that able Southern statesman as follows: Mr. Hill is of the opinion that the fete of Georgia hangs upon the events of the next few months. "Our Legislature meets in about two weeks," he said, "and much upon their action hangs our fate. Not half-way measures will do. ' They must take a bold stand in favor of the constitutional amendments, andassuretheNorth that Georgia accepts all issues of the war. We must not halt or hesitate. There is no time for delay. Our Legislature must xffirnHiMie-fliHttkta&able^rans-theiiLac ceptance of the amendments, and' their disapprobation of Ku-Kluxism." " Prom the steps Gen. Crant is taknig in South Carolina," continued Mr. Hill, "I should not be surprised to see a portion of our State under martial law in less than ninety days. If \re don't enforce the law ourselves it will be done for us. The Ku-Klux business is the greatest evil th...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
BITSIUESS LOCALS. BS&»For a cheap and good suit of cloth es go to Boerner & Waynant's. B@,Examine price of Wales cloth a ' Boerner & Waynant's. Oysters.—Prime Oysters will be received at Reid's Grocery on Friday evening, and sold^by the pint, quart orgallon. "Safety Oil"!—Reid sells a burning oil by this title that is perfectly pure and will not explode. 'No smoke. No odor. 60 els. agallon. . B@"Ladies cleaning.house can save a great deal of trouble in washing paints and cleaning windowglass by using the "Kitchen Crystal soap," sold by W. A. Reid. » For Fall and Winter.—Go to Smith's Town Hall Store, for the best selected stock and greatest.variety in styles of Hah and Caps for Fall and Winter.— Also a full line of Kid, Castor and Buck gloves. . _ . Gehr.—Call on Gehr. at the Ringgold cross roads if you want to-buy goods- for winter wear. Ever ready to accommodate he will make your visit as pleasant and profitable as he possibl y can. He sells goods che...
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
LOG D\V (weatherboarded) and Lots, situate on west or Leitersburg Street, in Waynesboro 1 , Pa., North of Main Street. The lots each have a front of 41J feet and usual length—all of these lots have Cisterns and convenient outhouses—one of them, an excellent well of water. Tliese dwellings have been erected within the last two years—are each lai'ge enouRli and especially arranged to suit two farnilies^are well plasteredceiled and finished up in complete style in ' every respect. Nos. 4, 5 and (£— THREE BUILDING LOTS immediately acljoining ' ;on the South side of theabove dwellings arid lots—of the same width and length. These lots arc nicely loc-atedand t' .vc as desirable building lots as any in the borough and will be sold separately. - *~* Allof the foregoing real estate is subject to the dower interest of the heirs of John Gilbert, fen., deceased. No. 7—Being all of that excellent tract of land, lying and being situate partly in Washington township, adjoining Borough of A...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
' »!L IITMl > r~Ji HE undersigned will offer at public 8 sale—in front of Minter's Hotel in Wayboro 1 , Penna. On SATURDAY 25th of NOVEMBER, at 10 o'clock, A. M.all that valuable real estate described below, viz : No. 1—A VALUABLE FARM lying and being situated in Washington and Quincy townships, Franklin countyPa., along the Chambersburg roadabout three miles from Wayriesboro'Pa., bounded by lands of J. H. GordonSamuel FotemamEphraimSni' der and others. This farm contains 165 Acres and 20 perchesis ono of the best in the aforesaid townships, being in . » high state of cultivation.. • The improvements consist of a, good, two 6tory WEATHER-BOARDED DWELLING, a commodious bank barnweather-boarded, wagon shed, corn crib and all other necessary out-buildings. There is a well of never failing wafer in the yard, and the west branch of tha Antietam Creek runs through the farm close to the barn. The orchard is one of the finest anywhere-—all choice fruit. The Wharf Flouring Mil...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
MAB IS 353 T S. WAYNESBOEO' MAKKE2\ : (corrected weekly.) BACON .- 8c HAMS 14 BUTTER ..-. :.18 EGGS 16 LAKD 7 POTATOES : 75 __AEeLES=J?WEp 75 APPLES—GREEN.:.T^T^n^77^77:60 - HAliDSOAP 5 Philadelphia, Oct. 30. FLOUR.—The flour market presents no new feature. 800 barrels changed hands, embracing superfine at $5.25@5.-75, extras firstname.lastname@example.org, Wisconsin extra family at S7.email@example.com. Minnesota do. do. firstname.lastname@example.org, Pennsylvania, Indiana and Ohio do. do., at $7.@7.50, and fancy at $email@example.com as in quality. • GRAIN.—There is not much activity in the wheat market, but prices are well sustained; sales of Pennsylvania and Western red at $firstname.lastname@example.orgO, amber «t $email@example.com, and white at S1.firstname.lastname@example.org.— Rye is held at from 95c. to 97c. for Western and Pennsylvania. Corn is firm and meets with a steady inquiry; Bales of 5,-ITO0~bTBHelsTi1r^c^cnr}'ello\n-and-J 76@-78c for western low and high mixed.— Oats are in moderate demand, and 3,-500 bushels sold at 49J@50c. for white and 47@48 for mixe...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
The Rise in Coffee.—The recent extraordinary rise in the price of coffee has produced much discussion in commercial circles, The price of good Rio in cargo, for instance, has within a few weeks adadvanced from Hi cents to nearly 17 cents per pound, gold. Other descriptions of eofiee have risin nearly as much. It is stated that there are at present but forty odd thousand bags of coffee in first hands in the United States, and some of the large dealers are ordering cargoes from Europe. When the tariff was reduced on eofiee, tea and sugar, a year ago, t.Wp. -was an almost immediate decline in tho price of those articles; but the short crop of coffee has influenced the present rise in that "necessity." ^ » 0@k,Germany surprises the world by claiming the credit of discovering the open polar sea. Many wise observers have held to the firm belief that the only way to reach the mystery which surrounds the North Pole was by way of the Pacific. It will be confirmation of this theory if the G...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
PUBLIC SiHiIl OF ViLUAJJLEMmTAINLAND r |""HE subscriber will sell at Public Sale 1 on Friday the nth of November, the following described lots situated in Washington -and. Frederick Counties, Md. i of a mile from Samuel Royer's and same distance from Gennantown and the "W. M. R. R., viz: No. 1, containing 10 acres and 33J perches. No2, adjoining No. 2, contains 13 acres and 137 J perches. No. 3, adjoining No. 2, contains 11 acres and 140 perches. No. 4, adjoining No. 3, contains 21 acres TAorp or less. The above tracts of land are heavily set with thriving limber as oa. and hickory, Ac, the above tracts will be sold on the premises. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day when terms will be made known by DANIEL HOLSINGER. Oct 26—ts Geo'. V. Mong, Auct. |
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 2 November 1871
PXTELIO S^. Xi £3 "OF ¦ . BEAL ESTATE! BY virtue of an order of the Orphans Court of Franklin County, Pa., the undersigned, will expose, to public sale, on Tuesday. November, 21s( , 1871, the following property, viz: Lot No. 1—containing 1 Acre 1O Perob.es, neat measure, situated in the borough of Waynesboro', bounded by the lands of J; H. Clayton, on the South by South Ston the West by George Frick, on-the North by an Alley. Lot No. 2—containing 6 ACRES nTncI 78 PERCHES. neat measure, situated in Washington Township, adjoining lands D. F. Good, S. Needy, Jr. ; and David Stoner, Ben. Any person desiring information or wishing to see the property will call on the undersigned. Sale to commence at 1 o'clockP. M., when the conditions of sale will be made known W. S. AMBERSONAdm'r of Thos. H. Wallace, dee'd. Nov 2—ts " G. V. Mono, Auct.