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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
' WIN WMP-W^" Jr ¦- ¦ w «*' o£ superb French-Oil Chfomos—subjects LIFE SIZE, exquisit/ac-sftwawtif origuial.Oil Paintings, QWEN A WA Fto ever/subscriberlo j. ttenry Wjaad 6cecher'» GBEAT LITERARY, ItELIGIOUS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Agents having great success. One took l,0u0 names in 8 months; another 672 in 3;? days; another 118 in one week: one 47 in one dayand many others equally wellmaking from $5 and $1U to $10 per day.. Takes on sight! An old agent who knows, says: "I think it the best bunnets for canvassers ever offered. Sorry I. did not engage sooner.'! Pays better than any book agency. A rare'ehancetomake money I.OCAfc AUivKTS IVAHfTED. Intelligent men and women wanted everywhere. If you wish good territory, send early for circular and terms ! J. B. FORD & CO.27 Park PlaceN.Y; 11 Bloomfield St., BostonMass ; 285 West Madison St., Chicago, 111.
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
Moke Bio Beets.—Mr Theodore Wies ner, Merchant of Fleaglesville, 'sends us a red beet, ' taken from his garden, which weighs nine pounds and one ounce. This is a whopper, beating the Ringgold specimen two pounds and one ounce. While we ore on the beet question we will add a Western specimen. The last Knots liqmbUoan, published at-KnoxviJJe, 111., contains the following notice: Mr. R.M, Wallace, of thia city, has sent us a beet that beats all the beets that have thus far came within our observation. It is thirty-one inches in circumference and weighs nineteen pounds. If anybody has a beet that will beat Mr. Wallace's beet, we want to know it.
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
ADJOURNEI? ASSIGNEES SALE. rpHE undersigned, Assignees of Henry I Besore, of Washington townshipFranklin county, Pa., will expose to Pnblic Sale, on the premises, On Friday the 15th day of December, 1871, at 10 o 'clock, A.M.,that valuable . .. and Water Eight appurtenant, with two Tenant Houses; with about 10 ACRES OF LAND, situated in Quincy township. Franklin Co., known as the "Wharf Mill property " being midway between the Turnpike and Mt. Hope. This is a splendid property. The Mill is large and nearlnew,ibeing three
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
Bg&»The ticket elect in Washington ' County, Md., at the late election, is as follows: Whyte (Dem.) 88 majority for Govoxnor. Claggett (Dem.) beats Darby (Rep.) for Senate by 28 maj. Moses Whitson, Charles Ardinger, David H. ITewcomer, ¦ (Keps.) and Augustus Young, (Dem.) are elected to the House The Republicans also elect the State Attorney J. C. Zeller by 5 majority; one Judge of the Orphans' Court, J. L. Smith;. and four County Commissioners, TheodoreEmsley, J. H. Harp, W. Lydayand Samuel Strite. Bamford (Rep,} beats Krouae ^Dem.) for Sheriff by 87.
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
Normal School at MillersviHe, very recently made a tour of observation and inspection to'this place. This party, from Lancaster have so 'far-kept-their- opinions to themselves. • : It has> leaked out, however, that the professor bad shipped to his laboratory.-aL.the.Nbrmal-O-large-quan tity and variety of specimens secured by the party, and that an open expression of opinion by them ,ia aubimliualed to the jarptm analysis ot-tae-specmvena-^a-4ae hands of the professor * and his report thereon to them privately. The mineral characteristics of the . locality are singular and ' unusual., There seems to be a prom¬ of
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
S©"JSep.resdntauvesSchofield and Laneiag, oi the Sub-Committee on the Ku-Klux, Avhich recently visited Floridaf returned to VVailii&gtbn one day last week. They report that while ia 'Florida they examined a largo number of witnesses, and received the astonishing intelligence that in Jackeon county alone since 1868 ewaai^Svociurdo^i have boon oommifc-¦ todL .'' -. "¦'" • 1 &3ffrJnder aroosut law, .jxsaajons ore now paid.quarterly, and over 87,<XK>,O0D ,i.n ra.^uired for oidi quarter.
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
A DESIRABLE SMALL PROPERTY AT Private Sale. tI^HE undersignedAttorney fortheheira I of Elizabeth Barnhartdec r d.offers at Private Sale a desirable small ferm, situated in Washington townshipadjoining lands of C. Beaver, Henry Miller and Simon Leorone, containing 21 ACRES. AND 115 PERCHES, bast quality, lim'estone hind. The improvements are, A COMFORTABLE LUG HOUSE, Tenant House, Frame Barn, Carpenter ShopSmoke House, Hog Penan excellent Orchard, a Well of Good Water, &c ' rortetms ' &c ,l$V j. miller; w ov o—tf ' Attorney.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
• *m:.a.:R;:r,:l"-&.c3-:es-" In,this place, on the 21st inst., by the Rev.H. Stonebouse, Mr. Cornelius Willabd, of Frederick county, Md., to Miss Haeriet Keener, of Adams Co.- Pa. On the 21st inst. r by ' the Rev. Dr. MiteheliriTr, John A. Gardner, of London, Ohio, to Miss Mollie A. daughter of Ephraim Hiteshew, :Esq., of Chambersburg. ' On the 16th inst.. at the Lmthfli-n.Ti Pjjj. Bouage in Quiticy, by~RevT37"S. Harkey> Mr. ^Alexander Rock, and Miss Susan Hist, of Quincy township.
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
Removal op Hannibal. —On Satur day last the bones of Hannibal, the big Elephant who died and was buried near Centreville , this county, in May, 1865, wero taken up and shipped to Chicago, by Mr H. W. Boyd, Professor of Anator my, in the Chicago Medical College, there to be dressed up, put together and occupy not a little space in their museum. It required four largo store box« and a sugar hogshead to contain the bones.—:Bedford Inquirer. ' The Flirenotogkal Journal for December is at hand. Among the Jlagarinea we receive each month; none are more carefully perused than the Phrenological, on account of its fionndyiews on everything related to the times. It is progressive .and reformatory, but never deals in vague and illusory schemes, like most of the so-called progressive publicatio'lia. : *The December number contains among, other good things; Judge Dky; of \Nl?w York, with afnepotrait; An old . bone of contention; An able Review of Mr. Beecher's life of ;G||ristj Jh ' elJEJd...
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
' B@»Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and their attendant ills, have been, in years gone by,.an4 will-be in years to. come, •» sourse of much, .discomfort and unhappir ness to those-who are annoyed with them. By persistent efforts and;'untiring perse verence, Dr. J. Briggs gave the suffering humanity "his remedies—Alleviator and Curative. The. popularity which they have gamed, and the entire satisfaction derived from their use, is well known and can be attested by all classes who. have suffered wi1iC>>nw,Bunioli8,I»growing2Iails,Chil blains, Frosted or Blistered. Feet. &c.—
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
WAYXESBOBOCOACH FACTORY! G EO. W. HAWKER having ^ withdnwrn from the firm of Adams & Hawker the subscriber informs the public that he continues the Coachinaking business in all i'.B branches, at . the.old stand. He will at all times have a supply of new Buggiesdifferent kinds, on hand: also second-handed vehicles. Repairing done at short notice. He uses the best material and employs good mechanics. He returns his thanks to the public for their liberal patronage, and by attention to business and a disposition toao commodate hopes to merit a liberal share of the satno in the future. Jan.l4-tf JACOB ADAMS.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
Jjbst Load. —The first car load of flour cm.4h^ side of the mountain freighted over the Western Maryland Railroad was shipped on Fria5y a week by Mr David Lohr to Messrs. NewiS&n & Forney, Countries. ion Merchants, No. 77 North Baltimore Street. Messrs. Uewmaa & Forney, formerly of this place, are practicable and reliable business men, to whom flour, etc from this county can bo consigned with safety.
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
Bab& Bukseiv—On Saturday the 21th inst, about noon, the splendid barn of William M, Watts Esq., in^Jpper Allen Township, Cumberland County was consumed by fire together with all its contents, except the live stock. .500 bushels of barley,1000 bnshelsof corn, a mow of Jiay.and alafgo quantity of wheat threshed and unt&reshed.—Spirit
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
rpHE BEST SAVfr-GUmsMR OUT OSfc I LY$I5. ©taerjr'Grindorsfnt $25S4CL and $100. Diamond Turning, Tools. &lo. --SdUci. Emeffe mheOa t$ oil «fc«r. Address .ThjTaniU vo.tfiircudtburf, Monroe C& , ,Fb, •'Jf'&ENOri ¦WrAJSTED. --Anente make molS XJunoneynt work for ua than at anything iBlse. Business lightand jormanent. Particulars free. G. Stihson' & Co., Fine Art Picbliehert, Portland, Maine.
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
B .A. IR, IB SIR, I !t>r C3- mHEsubscriberinfbnrjsthe public that h» X continues the Bartering business in tha room next door-to Mr. Reid' s Grocery Bwi% and is at all times prepared to do hair cutting, shavingjS hampooning eta tntndDast style. Tho patronage ofthe public is respectfully solicited. _ . _„,_ Aig 231871. W. A. PRICE.
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 23 November 1871
s'aTz&.A'sr aHciEHiErEiJEi O TRAYED from tho South Mountain some Otime during the fall season a Red and White Muley Heifer3 years old. Top off the right ear and notch in theunder part — A liberal reward will be paid for such information as will lead to her recovery ' • Kov 23—3t J. MORROW" BURNS.