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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

ThnrsAa^ lfov«m.ber 16, "31 ¦ Press fob SAtE.—We still have for eale the "Washington Press upon which the JEjtajaoflT was. printed previous to fta enlarge ment:: Price, S100. ~:- -^-There^were.ejghty-fiyeJieathsfrom 8iBaB--po3t-in- : I ? h41adelpiii5 r la5£"weeK. ~ - • vlfti/rW®ifflfioP*i°f ^ lief &* Chicago contributed from all sources, is set down ifi^aiue at $5,000, 0^. ¦ ; ' , ' , ; - , . j©» ~Phuadelp hia nas one hundred, and ttfiStjr-nye thousand housea London ha3 about four'iinndted thousand. ../ .jQp.yhire ' weice 14,263 - departurea from liivefpool for the fainted States during the month of October ""—^— • -.. J9S?"Tne Governor,-of Marylandhas appointed "jfenirsday,the 30th. to be observed' as a day of Thanksgiving. ' J8*s8"A definite statement of the insurance companies affectefbyi the Chicago fire shows that the losses amounted tq $82,821,122. Fifty-seven companies were 1 Drokeii utrby the disaster^ : " ; I j f^Eletums mate fhe jDembcratic . majority i...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

§>MJrif an4 fetttf ij'g jtfSrCtiristnias Js coniilig—£jye weeks frbtii Monday next. - . '4' , [[ * •. . ' • • . * " '>*- * ».' ' r 0 'V s ' . '" figg-The nights are now longer than the ¦days." ' ¦: ' ftSuRemember the Printer by paying /nim.bja'dues. ' :' ; " •!;*. _' ...! ' ... ' . .. ' - " ' m ' B@»A hard winter is predicted by wcath-,er prophets. . • • • 8eM.it is about time fbr lovers to cease courting on doorsteps. ¦ . ' .,•• -.. , it —-— B®.The store-box b igade will soon have to go into Winter quarters. _ l_* ^ _;—• ^.Gettysburg contributed $700 for the benefit of the sufferers by the fires in the.N.orthwest . * 85?" A Railroad Meeting will be held in Funkstown to-morrow (Friday) evening. Music and speakers will-be in attendance. BQyGen. Kilpatrick will lecture hi Gettysburg, Nov; 28, evening. Subject: "Sherman's March to the Sea." U®»The Teachers Institute of this county, will assemble in Chambersburg on the 27th iiist. and continue in session for one week...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

f OOMMOTICATED. Mr. Editor: —As the public mind is no doubt by this time duly awakened to the paramount importance of railroad facilities toithis section of the country, add . as at tbe same time a number of different routes are projected, which naturally divertsthe public attention into an equal number of directions, and as it is equally certain that all of these projects, are not bonifide, but that some of them are ..what we hear so much talk about of late-years, viz: railroadslrcdegy, which in other, words simply means tot defeat the real project which will be to the true interest of our people and let us "high and dry" without a railroad at all, and which, is simply to subserve the private interests of an unscrupulous Bet of men at whose mercy we must continue to remain fbr an indefinite period in the future. Looking over the Mecjianicsburg Journal of a late date I see an able article written by the editor of that paper, which is quite, worthy of our perusal and deliberate c...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

At the Adams' Hotel, in Greencastle, on the 9tn hist., by the Rev. Dr. Kieffer, Mr.'HENKY H. F ' rantz, to MissLiNNiE C. Millek, both of Washington township. B®»A one dollar "Greenback"—an acceptable token of rememberan ce in these adverse limes—accompanied the above notice, for which our young friend has our thanks-and kind wishes for his future prosperity and happiness and that of his fair bride. Who will be the next to thus remember the pr inter ? At the Lutheran Parsonage in this place, Dii the 9th iiist., by Rev. C. L. Kecdy,Mr. John Hovis, to Mrs. Makgabek B. An-DEUsox. both of Pjlus.\ille. At tlje- residence of the bride s parents on the 14th ult., by Ki-v. Moses Miller, of Mechanie&burg.Pa., Mr. Jo-iaii Faukkey, of this place, to Miss K. J. Millki:, of Newvillo, I'a. In this place on the 10th inst., l>y Ecv. H. Stonehouse Mr. Cakistia Siiaxk, of Chambersburg, to Mbs Mary Stbite, of Leitersburg, Md. On the 7th inst., in Charabersburg, by Rev. F. Dyson, Mr. ...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

Piles.—Look at those features and see the agony depicted in the face.' It cannot be helped while the trouble remains.— Thesufferingfrom piles is of a very aggravated decription. ' You cannot walk with any comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you cannot sit with ease, and the suffering when attending to nature is almost unbearable, and causes such feeling of dread that is put off at great sacrifice to health and comfort, in many instances increasing the difficultyto an alarm'g extent. UseDr.Briggs' Pile Remedies accord'g to directions to cure internal, external, itching or bleeding piles They are mild and reliable, and warranted as represented. Sold by Druggists. EguCorns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and their attendant ills, have been, in years gone by, and will be in years to come, a sourse of much discomfort and unhappiness tq_those who are annoyed with them. By-persistent-efforts—and—untiring-perse verance, Dr. J. Briggs gave the suffering humanity his remedies—Alleviator and Cura...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

houses—one of them an excellent well of water. These dwellings have been erected within the h-.st two years—arc each large enough and especially arranged to suit two families, are well plastered, ceiled and finished up in complete style in every respect. Nos. 4, a and &— THREE BUILDING LOTS immediately adjoining on tho South side of the above dwellings and lots—of the samo width and length. These lots are nicely locatedand are as desirable building lota as any in the borough aud will be sold separately. All of tho foregoing real estate is subject to the dower interest of the heirs of John Gilbert, sen., deceased. No. 7—Being all of that excellent tract of land, lying and being situate partly in Washington , township, adjoining Borough of Waynesboro' and partly in said borough—North side—on Mount Hope road to Chambersburg, containing ABOUT ELEVEN ACRES, which will bo sold in tracts to suit purchaser?, either as balding lot» or for lanning purpose-!, being'111 a high sta...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

PRIVATKSAI.E. rrstii. subscriber offers at Private Sale his A form, known as the Kovcr farm, situated about 2 miles south ofWayne&boro 1 , near Amsterdam Milladjoining lauds of Benj. C. Stouffer, David Lohr and Samuel Needy, bCii., containing 41€l Acres, good quality limebioiic-iund. The improviuentrfare.il TWU-Si'QUY LOG DWKLLING HOUtiEand .1 one story and a half Log DWellinc HouseWash Huuse. Stone Bank BarnWagon bhed, <Jorn Crib, Ilo^ Pen, a fine Orchard Ciioiee Fruit. A stream of water runs past the buildings—an excellent spring in the yard. He also offers for sale a tract of Mountain Land situated in Frederick CoMd., adjoining lands of Yost Harbnujrh, John ~ .V. Hoover, and other?, containing 82 ACHES, nearly all of which 13 well set withthriving timber. The improvements are A STORY AND A HALF LOG DWELLING HOUSE, Log Barna Good Hog Pen, also a variety of choice fruit treesFine Spring and Spring House close to thcdwolling. Persons wishing to view cither p...

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

EUHI,ly_KALE! ' ¦pHE subscriber intending to quit farm-I ingwill sell at public sale011 Thursday, November the 23,1S71, at his residence, two milesLfrom Waynosboro', and one mile from the Nuhery, the following personal property, to wit: • 2 Head Horses, one a No. 1 Family Horse, 1 Milch Cow, 1 Fine Durham Bull 3 years old, 2 Fat Hogs, 1 extra New Two-Horse Wagon with Bed and Spring Seat, two inch tread, 1 Cart, 1 Rockawuy Buggy and Pole-one Troting Buggy1 Spring Grain Rake, 1 Hand Cart , 1 Three Horse Plow1 New Two Horse Gap Plow1 Double Shovel Plow2 Harrows, doublethreble and single frees1 Wheat Fan, shovels, rakes; forks1 matUick, I 1 large wagon jack Eminerts patent2 set good plow gears, 2 new flynetn2 housins, 1 blind briifie, a lot of three ioshel bags, 1 Barrel of Pure Sider vinegar, and manyother articles not necessary to mention.— Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day. when terms will be made known by ISRAEL HSSS; . Not 2—to Geo. V. Mokg, Auct

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

im: .a. :r, :k: e t s. ? WAYNESBORO' MARKET. (corrected weekly.) BACON. 8c HAMS 14 BUITER 18 EGGS...... 16 LARD™ 7 POTATOES ,. 75 APPLES—Dried 75 APPLES—Geeen 60 HARD £0AP.v..vr...7.. - .... -.rr. 5 Philadelphia, Nov. 13. FLOUR.—There is very little doing in ihe flour market, but prices are unchanged. The demand is mostly from the home consumers. The sales foot up 1300 barrels, including superfine at 85,25(2'5,-50; extras at 85,87J(£6,50; Wisconsin extra family at S7,25(a}7,50; Minnesota do. do. at 87,75(5)8,25; Pennsylvaina, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at $5,75, and fan- cy brtffade at $7,75@8,50, as in quality. GRAIN.—The wheat market is extremely quiet, but prices are steady; soles of. 1,200 bushels Pennsylvania' red at $1,-63(gjl,68 Corn is|moro inquired after, and prices are fully lc higher; sales of 3,000 bushels,.at 76c for yellow, 72J@75e for low and high Western mixed, and 60@ 65c for ' new, according to dryness. Oats are in moderate request, at former rates, with saleso...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE "THHE Wayncsboro' Building Association JL will ofier at public .«alu in lront of Juinter's Hotel, in "tVayntebnru'. fii.. on .S' uiurday the 'idday of December, nest, the following real estate, to wit: No. 1-Being a NEW TWO STORY FRAJIE DWELLING HOUSE22x24 ft..situai«! . on the extension of Mechanic Street, just outside the borough line of AVuywvboro'. The house is well plastered and in excellent repairhas a cistern and all nccetMiry outhouLe?, and choice young frnit on the lot. No. 2—A HOUSE AND LOT lying in Washington Township, Franklin County, Pa., bounded by lands of heirs of Leah liurnes, Henry Bro ' wnand others. Tho house is a uoinfor'iiWe two ftnry log dwelling, lying on the Mt. Alto Forge Road, and would in .l:o a desirable home for any person of iuo'icr:i' p mo.ins.' S:sie 1') commence at 10 o'clock when ten 1- —ill be iiiade'known ,ot9 GEO. V. MONG, Auct.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

S. S. CoLLECno"sa-^Por the benefit of those who suffpred from the recent great fires in the States of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan, a Committee of the Lutheran Sunday School of Waynesboro' collected seventy-one dollars and twentynine cents. Tho committee heartily thank all persons who gave them anything for those whom God iu His wisdom has so severely afflicted. . The Presbyterian Sabbath School by a basket collection on Sunday the 5th inst, raised upwards of §50 for the same purpose, / The M.E. and Reformed Sabbath SchpoTs are also taking subscriptions in behalf of *hf >--'S rei-s.

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

AsTKAcnAN Sacques.—Pure Astrachan Sacques will last a lifetime. • Prices this season are in sympathy with the low prices ibr Ladies Furs. Never within our experience covering twenty years in the fur trade have \Ve known prices io favorable to buyers. ' No article in Ladies' Wear afiurds more real comfort, 01* cost less ruouey proportionately than Ladies' Fins or Genuine Astrachan Cloaks.— Come and see for yourselves and look at our make of ladies New Style of Dog Skin Gloves for Winter of 1871, at Updeghaef's Hat; Glove and Fur factory, opposite Washington House Hagerstown Md., Nov. 9—4t.

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

ADJOURNED PUSX.IC &J±.X*JS OF REAL ESTATE ! r|"1 HE undersigned will offer nt Public Sale I on Friday and Saturday, the'24ihand2'5th days of November , 1871, on the premises, all 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 Lfiitertb jrg Street, in Waynesbpro', Pa., North of Main Street. The lots each havo a front of 41* feet and usual length—all of MiNKi* IntH Iijlvp fHptt^mfl And convnnipntmit-

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

A DESIRABLE SHALL PROPERTY AT " Private Sale. ' I HE undersignedAttornoy-fortheheirs • of Elizabeth Barnhartdee'd.offers at Private Sale a desirable-snail farm, situated in Washington township, adjoining Iand3 of C. Beaver, Henry MiHjer and Simon Lecrone, containing 21 ACRES AND 115 PERCHES, bast quality, limestone land. The imprdvementlare, A COMFORTABLE LOG HOUSE, Tenant House, Frame Bain, Car- , pentcr Shop, Smoke House, Hog Penan. csccllehtOrchard . aWell of Good A\atcr K &c. For tejnns, &c. apply to JACOB J. MIIXEB, Xov 0—if Attorneys

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

House Btjbnt.—A nearly new brick dwelling house about half a mile East of Leitersburg, belonging to Mr. Geo. Bell, was entirely consumed with nearly all its contents on Sunday afternoon last. The house had been occupied by Mr. B's son who was absent with his family at the time. We understand the property was insured in the Leitersbuig Planters' Mutual Insurance Company to the amount of S1000. Persons who have properties uninsured should take heed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

Mt. Alto Railroad.—TheChamborsburg papers a couple of weeks since announced that work had been commenced on a Narrow Gauge Railroad from Mt. Alto to a point on the Cumberland Valley Road near Scotland. A gentleman from Funkstown informs us that tho work is being pushed forward vigorously, and that the project will be carried through successful 1\ at an early day.

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

BUSINESS -LOCALS Fob Sale.—A first-class Cook Stove, (new). Enquire at this Office. "Safety" Oil.—This oil has been well tested by our citizens within the past 30 days and given purfect satisfaction. It needs no change of lamps or burners. No odor, no Smoke. Costs } cent an hour. W. A. Reid.

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

"D A.I0FLY ! Z>.a.X"ES. -5r 1 THE subscriber informs the citizens of Waynesboro' that he purposes continuing the Dairy business durint; the coming winter season. Families supplied regularly every morning with n. good article of milk, and cream, Nov 16—tf HEUKXCARBATTGH.

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

rpJiE WATERLOO OP 18711 TEE QRBAT FALL CAMPAIGN 1 THE ADVANCE IN DRY GOODS. A Grand Swindle! ; A Giant Fraud ! NO REASON-ABLE CAU SE FOR IT1 Then listen to the voice of reason and trust to your own judgment. Buy ,your goods where you can get the best value for the least money. Just think of the price for Buttons. Pins, Tapes, Spool Cotton, Needles, Shoe Stringsand Hooks and Eyesand remember that when you branch out into finer goods the waste is much heavier. Look at the SMASHING BARGAINGwe are now offering in the face of the cry of high prices. Heavy standard Muslins at 12} quoted at 13} by bail Merimack prints at lie, for which the agent asks 12; Splendid Alpacas at 30c, worth 45c; Pure Mohair Alpacas at -40c, wholesale price 55c ; Rich Lustres and Silk Warps at 5()c; regular price ~5 ; Magnificent beautiesin Dress Goods 37}, wo^th-GO; Handsome Dress Goods at 25c, case price 37}; Auction Bargains at 12} and 20. The ignorant country merchant cries out against Auction Goods bec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

public smsi OF ' " ' • laiai is Wi ? rf"'HE undersi gned will offer at public I sale—in front of Minter's Hotel in Wayboro', 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 l y ing and being situated in .Washington and Quincy townships . Franklin countyPa., along the Chambersburgroadboat three mile3 from Waynesboro 1 ±>a.bounded by lands of J. H. GordonSamuel Foreman Ephraim, Snider and others. This farm contains 165 Acres and 20 perches, is one of the best in the aforesaid townships, being in a high state of cultivation. The improvements consist of a good, two story 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 wat r in the yardand the west branch of tho Antietam Creek runs through the farm close to the barn. The orchard is one of the finest any where—all choice fruit. T...

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