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

¦Htm nw*mwjm&M QBAtN SEPARA TOR CLBim BAGGER AND POWERS! No implement more important to the farmer than a First-class Grain Thresher and Cleaner—for none pays him so ¦well and so speedily. The above cut shows the only Geiser Machine now built under the immediate eye of the old inventors themselveswith all the additional improvements made during the past 18 years, and now with FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL this llach' - »e just stands high above all of its class. As a thresher > it is equal to the bestas a cleaner it is superior to any existing Machine. ¦ This is admitted by all honest competitors. Indeed it is the only Machine that really canb y one operation, thoroughly thresh and clean gram fit for market. But the fact that grain direct from this machine commands from 2 to- 3 cents a bushel rr.ore than grain direct from any other machine, settles the question' of its superiority a , s a. cleaner over all others. Impartial judges at all the State and Count...

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Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

'UUm STBllAK OIL! FT^HE slaniiizbg jncrt&st in tho number of JL frightful acciaentsresulting in terrible deaths and destruction of valuable property, caused by tie indiscriminate use of oils, know under the name of Petroleum, prompts us to call yoar special attention to an article which willwherever usedremove the cause of such accidents. \7q allude to CAESON'S STELLAR OIL FOB ILLUMIEATING EUBPOSES. The proprietor of this oil has for several years felt the necessity of providing for, and presenting to the public, as a substitute for the dangerous compounds which are sens broadcast over the country, an - oil -that is safe, brilliantand entirely reliable. After a long aeries of laborious and costly experimentshe has succeeded in providing, and offers to the public, such a. substitute, in "CAESON' S STELLAR OIL" It should be used by every family because it is safe boyond a question. The primary purpose in the preparation, of STELLAR OIL has been to make it Pejfeetly Safetmi...

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Id=231 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

^^g^^ffl joze Every year increases the popularity of this valuable Haii; Preparation, which ,.is due to merit alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is kept ftilly rip to its-high-staadard4_an.d_itJsjJje_Qn=__ ly reliable and perfected preparation for restoring Geav or. Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it 6oft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonics properties, prevents the hair from falling out, as ii stimulates and nourishes the luu-giands. By its use, the hair crows thicker,, and stronger. In bjlunes*,it ve'toresthe capillary glands' to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in, evlreino old nge. It is the most economical IIIiij-Dp.essing ever used, as it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair a splendid, p'o^y a|>!>earance. A. A. Hayes, M. D., S-i ato Assoyer of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents are pure, and caref.illy selected...

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

Ayer's Ghyrry JtevGorai. For Diseases of tb.o Tfcraat and JbuogS auoh as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Brouciiitis, A affirm a, and Conswajptiou. Probably never before In. tho wholafcisfiiy OineilK'ine, bn> any Uiing wen .so wiifjy uncl 20 deeply upon Uic c owiucuco ul' "noalii; d. as thli* axcrllcnt lcmedy for rulmo.i»r/ cor.mlainta llircnglialuisr series of years, andtuajxix moat, of th. ' rates ot men it has risen right* and higher hi thjii 1 estimationas it has become totttar known, its unilorm character and power to cure theTfl* nous nilfi-tions of tho lungs anil throat, hnve liiade it known as a relinblo protector against tiicm. Wliilc ailiijjtecl to miWei 1 lorms of disease ami to yotii'clnmica, it is nt the mnie time the mosscflci'tmiliemcdyt.iatcan Vicflivin foruiclpie:it consiimilion, aatl the dangcioup uiTcctiong of the throat and lungs. Ae a i.iovitlon ng.iinc EiiiUlun nttaciks of Croup / il fl'.( ulc! be kept on Iwml m eveiy lami!y,an(l :.*di;cd at nil :iie bt...

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

i. ¦tiTF-wn^-ir* K PT. 9t 18S9 The merits of this machine consists in part, in the attachment of curved knivei to the arms of the cutting-wheel, the shearing cut across the mouth-piecethe great power nnd directness of the blowby which treble the volume of material is cut, with le->s jjower than is required by any other machine; thos-e combined with its durability and simplicity of construction, command public attention. Nothing liable to get out of order, but what a boy could remedy with il . pocket wrench. Persons in want of machines of this description will do well by calling upon or addressing the. undersigned.. Good and responsible agents wanted to sell machines arid territory. The above'Machine is now on exhibition at the Wiiyne-boro' Manufacturing Company's Office. Persons interested should call and examine it, for it is what every farmer should have. II. C. GILBERT, Bexj. F. Stocttxr, Proprietor, Agent. Waynesboro' Pa. July 14, tf

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

COON & STONEHOUSE Respectfully announce to the public that they have opened at their store' room, on the South-west corner of the Diauiand, in Waynesboro)' a large and -well gelected . stock of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, AND CUT1/ERY, Iron, Steel, Nails Coachmakers Goods of every description, Queensware, Cedarware, ShoesCarpetsOil ClothsPaints, GIbbs, OilsVarnish Brushes, Fish, Salt, and all kind of Goods kept in a well regulated store. Our goods are all new and fresh and have been bought for cash at the late decline in prices. We flatter ourselves that from our long , experience in business, and a determination, to sell goods at small profits, -we Ehall offer --unusual inducements to buyers who ' desire, to save money. Please call and see for vourselves. , We have a large nnd well assorted stock of staple and fancy Dry Goods, embracing- [WHS, OSSIMERES, 41., Satinetts. Jeans, Tweeds, CottonadeeCor&sf StripesChecks, Ginghams, linen and Cotton Table Di...

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Id=233 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 16 November 1871

LIVEEY! LIYERY rgTHE undersigned informs the public gen-J. erally that he has purchnKqd the Livery heretofore owned by Frank. Weagleyand is folly prepared to meet the wants of tie community in his line of business. He has had all & is ("images neatly repaired and refitted; nd his horses aie safe, gentle and fast travellers. Parties conveyed to any point desired, accompanied by a caf eful dr iver. Office at the Waynesbcro' Hotel, where an attentive hostler will be in attendance at nil hours of the nizht and day. E@-Ko effort will be spared to accommodate all -who nay patronize him. Hoc. 17, U. ViM. FD3JK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

A ROMANTIC STORY A New York paper tells the following romantic story which proves that "truth is stranger than fiction:" Within the past fortnight a romance has been enacted in this city, which more than realized the fine story of The Bohemian Girl, the facts of which have thus far escaped the argus eyes of the reporters, and which have been given us on the condition that we omit the names of the parties connected with the affair. Briefly, then, the story is as followes: Some fifteen years ago, a wealthy family, then residing in Union square, lost their .little daughter, a bright, beautiful little fairy, aged four years. She had been out with the nurse, wandering in the square, and while she was engaged in taking,care of au infant sister of little Saidee, the child joined with several others about her own age, and in company tripped hither and on through the paths and over the green grass. When the nurse went back for tho little one she was nowhere to be found. She gave the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

wt-it.-and Jhunqr. and-Nearly all women like soldtera, and -some-wouldJase-a-geod-offer Tsir^ -/^yns : ^wn%iik^e^baitfflf^ecattso—she 3a difficult to get changed. A cool proeeeding|: An ice inah eloping with a nice girl.'. "'"' ' ' ° ¦ » »¦ ' . j Western' rivets haven't been bq low for a century back. ] « No person ever got stung by hornets who kept away from where' they were. It is just so with bad habita. A Mr, Tease recently married a Mrs-Cross.: We suppose he teased her till she promised not to be cross any more. ^"Tfie dearest slot on. earth " has : : at last been located>JIt is at the store that does not advertjse 1 j __ L _._._^_ ^ What is the difference between a.farmer and a bottle of whiskey ? One husbands, the corn, and the otherxorns the husbands. Why is a man when paying- his note of dren ? Because he meets his reaponaibEities' A,youngLladyJatelv_8aidjto her lover: "Y#u may be WKlbte for the " cara, but you can take a bdSa ; and the stupid fellow went looki...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

A MELTING STORY Oho whiter evening ~ a~coiratry-storekeeper in the Green Mountain State wai -ah<nrt-tiosmg-ttp^OTHfee^igh^-^nd-^hHe standing in ¦ the snow ouSiderputting~ap -the window-shuttersr saw.througlLtheglass a lounging, worthless fellow within, grab a pound of fresh butter from the shelf, and conceal it in his hat. The act was no sooner detected than the revenge was hit upon him, and in a very few minutes found the Green Mountain storekeeper at once indulging his appetite for fun, to the fullest extent, and paying off the thief with a facetiou3 sort of tor ture, tor which he would have gamed a premium from the old inquisition. "I say, Seth," said the storekeeper, coming in and closing the door after him, slapping his hands over his sh"6ulders, and stamping the snow off his feet. Seth had his hand on the door, his hat on his head, and the rail of butter in his hat, anxious to make his exit as soon as possible. "I say, Seth, sit down; I reckon now on such a cold...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

What is Thine Age ? "Father,", said a Persian monarch to the old man, who, according to Oriental usage, bowed before the sovereign's throne, "pray, be seated' I cannot receive homage from one bent with years, whose head it white with the frost of age." "And now, father," said tho monarch, when the old man had taken the proffered seat, "tell me thine age; how many of the suns revolutions hast thou counted?" • "Sire," answered the old man, "I am but four years." "What!" interrupted the king, "fearest thou not to answer me falsely, or dost thou jest on the brink of the tomb ?" ; ¦ "Ispeak.not falsely,' sire," replied tho aged inan,''neither would I offer a foolish jest on a subject so solemn.- Eighty long years, have I wasted in folly and sinful pleasures, and in amassing wealth, none of which I can take with me when I leave this world. Four only have I spent in doing good to my fellowmen and shall I count those years that have utterly been wasted? Are they not worse than blank, an...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

A Dutchma.n'3 Letter. . My family vast terry mooch drouhlesmithim. My son Fritz was; taken mit de droublea in dar troat.. Ven I heers, ^tXtellaJei^lt_jH)man_vat shall I to? She tells ma I vil go for Dr. VlteTI goes.. He comes In ter house un tells ter poy he shall ateelLouttertung. iVeahesees dat, he says isth ferry jmt mit to biproteria dejectiony. He give toe den apout four quarts of bills, and ses-I give him twelve affry five minutes until he git better. But de more bills I gif 'im te worser he kit so I go fur anuder Doctor. He squeea his arm a little vile in te rist, and ses te poy got te digestion of dar lungsrfenypatr uut he can't lif more as on hour; but if I giv 'im fifty tollara he makes him all right. I dells him I don't cares for te money, put hurry-up make im well. He puts dar raonish in his ferry fat bocketpook. Den he giv me som powders vat look like sawdust grount up, and says I shall giv im so much as I can, but' on ^iflr-p int-.-nf. of.' flfft nife.^vonce! in jeff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

THIPASI, The heart is like a riyer, Wherein the currents _ flow-rr ' One to the future leading, Oneto-the-Long-Ago -— ¦ —,— On both the banks are roses, On both the sun is cast, . But . the current which is smoothest Flows ever to the past* Upon this ebbing river Our t.hnnghte like vessels go—Borne to the Future sailing; Some to the Long Ago. Bringing, at their returning, Relics we dearly prize. Brought from those distant islands Bound by youth's sunny skies. Strange that the past remaineth Shut in ' the hearts for aye-Strange that we are willing To' say to the Past good-bye. - The future is a shadow—A cloud whose golden sheene >fafcoa o very cloud look golden That's in the distant seen. ' The Past so full of pleasure, A rainbow bright, whose bow Connects the present moment With those of long ago. ¦ A bridge we oft are crossing, Passing the friends of old, With faces fair and youthful, ¦ — Anrlhnir pf) bnght_aS-E;&ld._ Strange that the gold must vanish Out of the su...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

A New Illustration of a Proverb. The Boston Journal says: A friend just returned from Chicago related to -us this morning an incident of his visit which is. good enough to find a place here. He was riding in a horse car down State street from the Post-office, surveying the ruins, along with a number of gentlemen whose long, rueful faces told unmistakably that they belonged to the numerous class of "sufferers," when suddenly a man at his elbow, gave utterance, without having previously vouchsafed a single word, to the old Eastern proverb, "There is no great loss without some small gain," his face lighting up with a smile at the apparently happy thought which suggested the exclamation. Our friend's curiositywas aroused and he blandly inquired of the stranger what assurance he had for his faith in view of the blackened rains all about them. "Why, you see," gleefully remarked this new Mark Taply, turning a beaming countenance on our friend and speaking in. a loud tone, which attract...

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