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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

During the recent session of the General Episcopal Conventian, the subject of prohibiting the marriage of divorced people being under discussion in the House of Bishops, the Rt Rev. Dri Clark stated that in Rhode Island divorces were obtained for. such light causes as' to imperil the morals of the whole community, and stated that men did actually sell their wives, mentioning an instance of a man selling his wife for ten thousand dollars. "Are such transactions common in your diocete?"- inquired a brother- Bishop.— "Not at that price," promptly responded the witty bishop. We - overheard the following a few days since. Wonder if it sounds as Well in print as ijt did in; the vocabulistic Dutch e "Katrma, Ilike to know who gief you de brivilege dat you shall go ant spent me fife cents for to buy that ploo ribbon vot vou got died arount your vaterfalls? You vant to brake me up in pessiness, eh! I pet you dem tine don't nefer happens again in dis family because' I chlap you down so fl...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

A CAEELESS WOR.B 'Twas but a word, a careless word, As thistle-down it seemed as light It paused a moment in the air, Then onward winged its flight. Another lip caught up the word; And breathed it with a haughty sneer; It gathered weight as on it sped, That careless word in its career. The rumor caught the flying word, And busy gossip gave it weight, Until the little word became A vehicle of angry hate. And then the word was winged ¦with fire, Its mission was a thing of pain ; For soon it fell like lava drops Upon a widely tortured brain. And then another page of life, With burning, scalding tears was blurred A load of care was heavier made ; . It added weight, that careless - word. The careless word, oh! how it' scorched A fainting, bleeding, quivering heart; 'Twas like a hungry fire that searched Through every tender, vital part. How widly throbbed that aching heart! Deep agony its fountain stirred. , It calmed—but bitter ashes mark '-' The pathway of that careless word. ...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

Our House and Home.—Says Mrs Stowe: There ire certain ' characteristic words which the human . heart loves to conjure, andtOflsrof"the- strongest among them is the phrase, "Our House." It is not my house, nor youi house, nor their house, but Our House. It is the insepar ^ able we who ow^ it, and it is the we and the hour that go a long way toward-im^ pregnating it with the charm that .makes it-the-sy mbol- of^things-most-blessed eternal. , . Houses—have-their—DbsioEmoinv.- as much as persona. There are common place-houses, suggestive houses, attractive houses and scientific houses, and fascinating houses, just as there are all classes of persons; There are houses whose windows seem to yawn idly—to stare vacantly—there are houses whose windows glows weirdly, and look at you askance ; there are houses again, whose very doors 1 and windows seem wide open with frank cordiality, which seem to stretch their arms tC'emprace you, andwoo you kindly to come and possess them.

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

Origin of Plants. Peas are of Egyptian origin. Celery originated in Germany., The chestnut came from Italy. The onion originated in Egypt. The nettle comes from Europe. JTobacco is a native of Virginia. The citron is a native of Greece* The Piue ia a native of America. Oats originated in North Africa. . Rye originall y came from Siberia. The poppy originated in the East. . The mulberry originated in Persia.;* Parsley was ifirst known in Sardinia. ' The pear and apple are from Europe.' Spinach was first cultivated. in Arabia. The sunflower was brougb from Peru. ' The walnut and " peach caineTrom. Persia The horse chestnut is a native of Thibet 'The cucumber came from the East Indies The radish originated in China and Japan:

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

Light-Hearted People.—There are people who habitually make the best of things, not for a sense of duty, not from dislike of sympathy, hot from any shrieking from pain on their own account or for others, but simply from a natural lightness of heart These people supply the oxygen of the moral atmosphere, and should be maintained at the public expense to keep it sweet and pure. Even if instead ' of being, as they generally- are, active or otherwise estimable members of .society, they did nothing but enjoy life, they would still be worth cultivating for the sake ' . of the light and heat which they kindle.— The onlv difficulty is now to regulate them. They are so irresistibly impelled to sing songs that in a world where heavy hearts are unfortunately common, it is difficult always to keep the vinegar and nitre apart. ,

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

From Hit Clevenburg "Broad Axe. " CabmhlEj November 8,1871. Mr. Editor;—Being in the, vicinity of tlie Mirimar ' Railroad, and" meeting' the President, ! wnajnvited by him^i/take a ride along the line of the road. Having the time to .spare, and feeing, , anxious to convince myseJf of the rer ' lityof the undertaking I assented, ;&r«i, ; wa3,surpr ised to isee the progress that the . road .had already made. Ifound three large gangs of men at work;«6ne g>:mg at Williams' mill; another at iLeidiR 3, and- a third " at Boiling Springs, und' was told that anoth' er was about to start at Barnitz's mill.— Thia certainly means business; "About "^vernriler"t^he^a;Hs-graded : Teady-^o]? the superstructure./At the rate they are pushing the work forward it will not he many ^months "before the Iron Horse will waken the echos of the south side of the ^ChiHiberland Valley-by hia shrill-whistle .«s he passes to and fro over this, (that is <lest ; ned to be) the greatest rai...

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

§o«j»|enil <$ouutV j) , , nat^o Small'Pox here. . ¦¦ . flSKAnother small "moustache " W been§fc)jrted,in t<>wjp£;/ - . ' , B^a* The prettiest girl jri.town was out on Saturday evening. • ¦ • ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ;" _ij— ""- . • » '''' '• " - ' "¦' 8®,Tho Chamberaburg papers deny that the Small-pox is prevailing in that place. figTThe first snow of' the season fell here yesterday morning, only partly cov. ering the roofs of the houses. B®»The ChambersburgBeposiitory promises an "enlargement and'tbefrbngh change in appearance ou thffirstof January next.' - E3UGround was last week broken on the Western Maryland Railroad at : Williamsport. , ' B©»The great fall of stars occured ou Tuesday morning, NovenibeiH&e-iSth-1833/ / " ' , k t r , " , ' ' ' ' ' , : «S*S. F.. Greenawalt, Esq.; ha3 entered upon his duties as Sheriff of this county/ J.f WrTletcheflsiliis"I)eputy.' : JSyHon. ' John Thompson Ma?on is to be Secretary of State under Governor Whyte of Maryland. —fcjiT...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

Astbachan Sacqxjes.—Pure Astrachan Sacques will last a lifetime. Prices this season are in sympathy with the Ion prices for Ladies Furs. Never within our experience covering twenty years in the fur trade have we known prices so favorable to buyers. No article in Ladies 1 Wear affords more real comfort, or co3t less money proportionately than Ladies' Furs or Genuine Astraclian Cloaks.— Come and see for yourselves and look at our makeof ladies New Style of Dog Skin Gloves for Winter of " 1871, at Updegraef's Hat, Glove and Fur factory, opposite Washington House Hagerstown 1&L, Nov. 9—4t, PlLES.-T-Look at those features and see the agony depicted in the face. It cannot be helped while the trouble remains. — Thesutferingfrom piles isofa very aggravated description. Yqu 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 sacrif...

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

stories high, having three pairs of Burrs and one Chopping Stone, it. hna fine Water Power, anOverohot Wheel of 12 feet high. Everything iu the Mill is in complete orderhaving the latest improvements the forbey and flood gates just new. It is an excellent location tor a MBRggAMTT MILL, arid'its'Custo'm worFis unequalled by any in the neighborhood. BSS-Persons wishing to view the premises will please call on B. F. Burger, at tho Mill, or on either of the undersigned. Terms made know on d:iy : OfcHVEttSESOEErr Nov. 23—ts Assignees. ADJOURNED ASSIGNEES SALE. JLj"~HFi iwdersigneoA.ssignec-otGeo.-Leis l inger, will sell at Public Sale, on the premiseson the 7th of December, a House und Lot of Ground, in PikesviUe. The improvements are, a two story .IiOeM&13&B, Log Shop , good Stable and other necessary out-buildings; good fencing, and a variety of CHOICE FRUIT TREES. Tenns-onethirdcashremainder in two equal payments. Sale to commence tit 1 o' clock on said day. Nov....

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

DEATHS. On'the 2d inst., near Marion, this county, Mr. Abraham Hiss, aged' 59 years, 2 month and 2 days. Friend Abraham, though well stricken in years, may have presumed his days to be many, but suddenly a voice was heard : "Set thy house ,in order, thou must die, and not live,":—a few days, and he was numbered with the nations of the dead ; a few days left, to get ready to meet the "Judge of all the earth." On the 4th inst. his remains were conveyodTxTthe Antrim German Baptist burying ground, followed by a large concourse of people and relatives, deeply impressed with the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death. As a word of comfort to the bereaved widow, mourning relatives and children—joy t^ the heart to know that "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal." D. F. G. —OnHlie—l-2oh inst, - Mrs- MAitUKKkF Crawford, near Fayettville, in the 53th year of her age. On the 3d inst., near Jacobs' Church, Mr. Geo. Snottehly, in the 53d year of his age. In Guilford township, on ...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

JVL .A. -fc</ JS- -tU 'X' !=> . ' WAYNESBORO' MARKET. (cohrected weekly.) BACON 8c HAMS .-. 14 BUTTER 18 EGGS 1 16 LARD V POTATOES ¦ . 75 APPLES—Dried 75 APPLES—Green j. 60 HARD SOAP J 5 Philadelphia, Nov. 20. FLOUR.—The flour market is steady, with a fair demand from the home con« sumers. but shippers are not operating to any extent; about 100 ) barrels changed hands, including superfine at $5,25(aj5,-75,.extras at $6{a *6 ,25, Wisconsin extra family at $7,25@7,37i, Minnesota do. do. at S7,70@8, Pennsylvania do. do. at 86,-75@7,50, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at 87(2)7.50, and fancy brands at $7,75@8,-50, as in quality. GRAIN.—There is a decidedly firmer feeling in the wheat market, and a moderate demand from the local millers for prime lots; sales 6t 2,500 bushels $1 60 (a^l,61 for Pennsylvania and Indiana red, 31,67 for choice Western amber, and Sl,-68 for white. Corn is quiet, but with light receipts and stocks pr ices are well sustained ; sales of yellow at 76@77c ...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

B©»The anthracite coal market, according ,to the Philadelphia Ledger, continues very dull, and although there is a large decrease in the production prices arc from 10 to 15 centa lower than they were last week. : Heavy Robbery.—The Jewelry store of J .& S. Franks v North Sixth street, Philadelphia, was entered-by burglars on Saturday night, and twenty thousand dollars' worth of Jewelry and watches stolen. A terrible explosion occurred on the 9th inst., in a coal mine near St. Ettinne, France. Twenty-two dead bodies have been taken from the mine, and thirty more.men have been killed aod were still in the pit. The explosion was caused by fire damp. ^BUSINESS LOCALS. Gehr at the Ringgold Cross Roads has just returned from the city with his second supply of winter goods. This was caused by the rapid sales of his first stock, and abundantly proves that the "Cheap for Cash" plan takes with thepeaple. All in want of winter goods at short profits should give him a call.

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

November.—The month of November, which the poet Bryant styles "the saddest Of the year, is already more than hall gone, and the whole face of nature presents a changed and mournful appearance. The trees, which a short time ago, were clothed in gorgeous raiments by the Autumnal frosts, are now being stripped oi their leaves by- the blustry winds, and these sad relics of decay are now strewen in plentiful profusion over the ground, admonishing us ofthe ruin, worked by the hand of Tirne.;^ November with us, has always been an unfavorable month and the feeling of gloom and sadness which sometimes will steal over us, prevails with increasing energy when its dark »nd dreary days are slowly passing by.— The weather thus far, however, bas been quite mild and pleasant, the sun shining with genial warmth; but in a few days, all this has been changed, and dull, leaden skies and cold, drizzling rains attest that "The melancholy days are . come, The saddest of the year, Of wailing winds and ...

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

Oke is Feastklix <JJotjnty.—It.fcas been known, says the Lancaster Express, by some few persons, for some time past, that .valuable mineral 0?PQsi,tt exist in thoSouthMountaiiiSection lying in Franklin county, F^ JRecentty thifl;kDowledgQ became more general and attracted the attention of capitalists and men of science . It is a fectwell ascertainea^Swrtl&r'select parties of peraons belonging to this class have quietly visited tne locality, and have made topographical, observations and mineral explorations, and that the jesalt3haye pr6-ye$ bo ' JBat^s&cjtqry^that large tracks of laud utterly worthless, except for mineral deVeiopment; ' " nWa been bought by them. It has also transpired that a leading banker and BoveraJ capitalists from Lancaster .city, - attended by the celebrated practical chemist, Professor Thomas R. Baker, Graduate of 'the University ' al Gottingui, Germany, and who at j>resentoccup jes^he . chair of Chemistrv mid Natural 1 Scienc...

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

PRIVATKSAIJE. ry HE subscriber offers at Private Sale his -1- farm, known as the Roycr farm, situated about 2 miles south of Waynesboro', near Am.Yten. tain Milladjoining lands of Benj. U. Stouffer, David Lohr and Samuel Seedy, eeu., containing 40 .acres, good quality limestone land. The improvmentsare a TWO-SXORY LOG DWELLING HOUSE, and a one story and a half Log Dwelling HouseAVash HuuseStone Bank BarnWagon ShedCorn Crib, Hog Pena fine Orchard Choice 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 Harbaugh, John W. Hoover, and other?, containing 82 ACRES, nearly all of which is well set with thriving timber. The improvements nre A STORY AND A HALF LOG DWELLING HOUSE, Log Barna Good Hog Pen also a variety of choice fruit treeaFino Spring and Spring Hoi^se close to the dwell ing. Persons wishing to view either properties will call on the s...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

iK&.The Executive Committee of the ¦Belief Society at Chicago have published an official estatement of the moneys re oieved.up J*> Nov. 7th. The actual amount received is 82,050,000, out of 63,500,000 eubseribed.' The society is now relieving 60,000 thousand persons* and aiding in the erection of temporary houses on the site of their former dwellings, or on leased ground. These, houses aio to be ocoupied during the winter" and next summer.— The number already built is 4,000, which ,i3 estimated, with the number to be built, will shelter 35,000 paople. The cost of these buildings, with dome necessary furniture, will ba about $1,200,000, leaving about $2 ,^50 ,000 to meet 1 expenses for iood, clothing, fuel, etc., ftom October tho 13th until the compjoaoi,of tbewori ¦which cannot possibly cad wiut thd pro «>»t winter.

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

Death from Small-Pox.—Rev. C. C Rdessll, of the Reformed Church, brother of O. B. Russell, Esq., of this place, died in Philadelphia of Small-pox on Friday last. He. had boen on a visit to his friends here but a short time previous, and at tho time ho contracted tho disease was on his way to Camdeni Delaware, wncre he had a charge and an appointment ^p preach the following Sundsv. Wo under¬ stand the deceased left Latrobe, VV estmore land Co. Pa. about one year ago, where he had preached for about thirteen years, and sines had been preaching in Caraden. He expired at the residence of his brother, RevrGco. B. Russell—was in the 45th year of his age. , A native or our town, and well and favorbly known from his boy hood, his sudden death is very generally regretfed.

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871

- iscuous throwing ^together different valuable properties in close proximity.— There are indubitable indications of gold and silver, bouudlesS deposits "of iron, and what especially attracted the,attention of a-partyJieaded by^Goveraor Geary, was the extent And richness of the copper orep. The surface|indications of copper are remarkable, pure lumps .of several pounds "weight having been-fotm&—Tho immediate locality, more closely explored by the Lancaster party, lies near the Buena Vista House, some few miles south of the Southern termiuus of the celebrated Tape JKonm Kailroad This particular spot which they fixed upon as a strong, point is owned by a medical doctor residing in the neighborhood, some miles distant, who seems perfectly satisfied to hold on to it at

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