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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

A Shobt Sermon.—To him that is at ease in his possessions and surrounded with all that can make life desirable, the thought of death is not a welcome one.— It is, nevertheless, true, that "it is appointed unto map once to die." His brief span of "three score years and ten," is soon passed, and the waters of oblivion close over him. Let him so live, that whatever his earthl y possessions, they may be as nothing to his heavenly,—the crown of life, the palm of victory, the new name, the new Jerusalem, its walls ofjasper, its gates of peral, its streets of gold, ' tee river of life, the amaranthine bowers, and Him who is thelight thereof! Shall earthly possessions, only for a brief period, dazr zle our eyes and keep us from looking towards that "better country" where we may enjoy a richer inheritance, not for "three score years and ten," merely, but through the countless ages of eternity 1

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

Sound Doctrine.— ' "Pa az you go. This little maxim kontains with ita fore blessed monysUlables an aualisis ov wealth it is fortin's steppin stone, and a letter ov credit none can distrust wher ever it gose It is the right bower ov ekonomy and maid of oner to plezure—fillz the da hours with kwiet and drives the balif from the nite dreem. '-Pa aa you go," and you will kno how fast you are gob. and ^hen it is time to stop, Tradesmen will bow when they meet yu, and det with his hungry wolfs tred, will starv on yure trail.— Here is an antydote for much that iz the philosopher's stone; here is a motto fur manhood ; here is a levin fur enny sized lump. You man, paaz yu go, and when yu git old yu will not depart from it Other articles will sertainly cluster about yu; and when natur hands in her bill yu will be all the better prepared to "pa az you go."—Joth Billings.

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

At a negro camp-meeting, in Georgia, the other day, the orator of the day, seeing some of the members had whisky bottles in their pockets, said -. "Thar's some of these here bredderen tryin' for to git into the kingdom with a whisky-bottle in thar pockets. The gtte of Heben's mighty narrer, bredderea; much as ever you ia gwine to do to squeeze in yourself. How does yer spect yer gwine to git in thar with a whiskybottle hung to yer?" A' member asked what they should do with them. "Bring them right up to the pulpit," said the speaker, "and I will offer diem as a sacrifice to the Lord." About a half-dozen bottles were accordingly transferred to the pulpit. The darkey gave a short sermon and then repaired to his tent, and two hours after was so drunk that ho could'nt stand alone.

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

There ia a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the mes sengers of grief, contrition, and. love, In the intoxicating cup discontentseek for-comfort; cowardice tor courage; bashfull ness for confidence; sadness for joy; and they all find ruin. Life is a sleep. Old men are those who have slept the longest; they only begin to awaken when it is lime to die. No great and good man ever had n mother who dressed in the height of fashin*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

THE WAINESBOBO' TILLAGE RECORD, ' PcBUSHED EViaiT TffBBSDAY MOBKINO By W.BLAIR. TERMS—Two Dollars per Annum if paid within the year; Two Dollars and Fif ty cents after the expiration of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS—One Square (10 line's) three insertions$1,50; for each subsequent insertionThirfive 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.

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

Like a morning dream life becomes brighter and brighter the longer we live, and the reason of everything becomes more clear. What has puzzled us before seems less mysterious . and the crooked paths look straurhter as we approach the end. A Mixed cp Family. —A sufferer by alliance between connections by marriage thus explains his position: "I married a widow who had a grown-up daughter.— My father visited our house very often, and fell in love with my stepdaughter, and married her; so my father became my son-in-law, and my step-daughter my mother, because she was my father's wir«. Some time afterwards my wife had a son —he was my father's brother-in-law and my uncle, for he was the brother of my stepdaughter. M y father's wife, i. «., my step-daughter, had also a son; he was of course my brother, and in the meantime my grandchild, for he was the son of my daughter. My wife was my grandmother, because she was my mother's mother. I was my wife's husband and grandchild at the same...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

/i^ ojr n attjT ' <?"0ttutrn ISrOn hand—the snow birds. m. » » — . '< •©"¦Buckwheat Flour at Reid's. ; ' l 'v ' ¦ ¦ • "¦ - • ¦ ' < ¦ »©.The shortest day will soon be here ', ae^Ladies, don't forget that ' 1872 ;wil be leap year. Go for the old b s. «®.Pork is selling in town at f 6 pe hundred. d3J_Buelnvheat cakes, sausage and hom iny are in demand. ,. < iW • » i a©,The "wickedest* woman" . in towi and refuses to saw wood for her husband 8®*Love's young dream is troubling i good many ladies at present. Bffi,Those who wish to sell goods foi the holidays will advertise them in thi Secord. - B©-The recent cold weather has ncarlj suspended sparking on tho steps. If she don't invite you in now, you needn't b( particular about, coming back. JS@~An exchange says the weather pro phets predict a cold winter because the corn husks are so thick, and an old bach' elor predicts numerous weddings lacausf there are so many cabbage heads. E@^A girl died the other day...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

%pestop' :W&$t<$*W Thnrgday, November 30, '71 Peess F0B?8Ai.a-^- 'We still-have ifor ..sale the Washington Press upon which the Ewwid was printed previous tojtssnlarg^ ment. Price, WOO. l&.Three hundred saloons have teen rebuilt is Chicago. •. ¦ '' IQuTte town council of Shepherdstown, W. Ya., has appropriated $5,JO0 towards the Shenandoah Valley Kailroad, , v '. ',' ' :¦: . ,' ';--J', . j • J@-It ia estimated that upwards oi thirty thousand Southerners have settled in New York city since the downfall oi the rebellion. J@-The city of Osvrego, N.Y., on Thanksgiving Day, feontemplates a special service in gratitude for never having had * base Vail club. ¦ B®»The new Board of Directors of the Western Maryland Railroad held a meeting in Baltimore on Tuesday a week and elected James L. McLane President of the road, thus retiring ex-Mayor Banks, ¦who was elected to that position a few weeks ago by the old Board of Directors. 93^*On Fiiday last a lot of ground ...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

Queer Suicide.—A few days s i nce £ young man residing in Steubenville, Ohio visited Pittsburg, and, of bis own accord applied for an obtained a situation at £ hospital where several violent cases oi small pox were, for the purpose, he claim ed afterwards, of contracting the disease that- he might die. He continued the handling of small pox patients and corps esfor several weeks, and returning to bis home told his exploits, saying ho wishec he would take the small pox, ihat he was tired of life and "wanted God Almighty to take it." He" had his wish. In s few days after making the reckless re ^narks "hc was stricken with the disease ii -the-most violent form, his physician announcing his case almost hopeless from the first. On Tuesday morning he died and was conveyed to the last earthlj tenement, where the troubles of lift cease. In hi3 death tlie circumstances are peculiar ; the disease as stated, was new mothod of getting rid of life. Another siugular circumstance was thepublicat...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

ADJOURNED PUBtilO S^XjiZE OP REAL ESTATE ! ?yHE undersigned willTSfferat Public Sah A oil Suturday the. 9(/i day of December, 1S71 in front of Minter's Hotel, all that valuable Real Estate described belpw : No. 1—A VALUABLE FARM l y ing anc being situated in Washington ana Quinej townships, franklin county, Pa., along tin Chambersburg roadboat three miles iron Waynesboro'Pa.bounded by lands of J H. GordonSamuel Foreman Ephrairn Sni dcr and others. This farm contains /3165 Acres and 20 perchesis one of the best in the aforesaid townships, being in a high state oi cultivation, 'ihe improvements consist 01 a good, two story WEATHER-BOARDED DWELLING, a commodious bank barnweather-boarded wagon shed, corn crib and-all other nece;>s; ary 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 tho barn. The orchard is one ofthe finest anywheres—all choice fruit. The Wharf Flouring Mill is only about ...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

IFOlfe/ S-AiJE THE subscriber has .now for sale Corn ehelled and on the Cob, also * Oats and Hay. Nov SO-Mf ALEX. HAMILTON. BMGAINS!_BiRGlIS! THE RUSH !-TBE Itl SH! STILL continues at the cheap New York Store. Goods sold cheaper than ever. Terrible slaughter in Dress Goods & Domestics. Notions at a mere {rifle - Bargains in every thing. Tremendous auction drives coming in every day.— Wo never keep goods on hand long; we sell them fast and cheap and consequently we are always got new goods, we got them every day. Call early and secure some of thejjgrand inducements weare onerin k-Spool Cotton—one cent spool; Coats & Clarks Thead—6 eta. spool Heavy Bro. Cotton Flannel—12}; Extra Heavy Bro. Muslin, one yard wide -me; Good Brown Muslin—10c; , Men & Womens Hose—10 and 12Jc; All Wool Stockings—25c; . Pure Linen Handkerchiefs—8c; Bargains in Hate and shoes; Mens Hats from 50c to 175; A fine assortment of latest style Ladies Hats from 25 to 50c; 10-4 Blankets~S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

For tlie Waynesboro' Village Secord nhs " The barren mountains round me lie ' . And naked valleys stretch, between; - No cheering piospects, greets my eye, ' Nor pleasant pastures dressed in green, A torrent deep impedes my way, . And trembling, I approach the stream; I have no comfort, staff or stay, No ray of hope, oa me to gleam. I've wandered from my father's fold, No shepherd doth.-my footsteps guide; The enemies around are bold, ¦And from them. J would, gladly hide;' No place of refnge can I see, And in my agony, I cry—"Lord, I trust myself to Thee, - . And helpless at Thy feet I lie." In Bethlehem'a star'typpears, It onfy twinkles through the gloom, And I am filled with doubts and fears, For hope I have but little room; Myself I feel I canist save, I have no rock on which to stand, The torrents wild around me rave,. And toward the star I stretch my hand. Its brightnesf j depens throng tho gloom, And show*, me that a rock is nigh ; I hasten to escape my doom And quickly ...

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

50th XSAK. N.V.pSSBRVSR S3 per Annum, including Year Book for 71. mi»u;h io. Moats*;, & «:»., S7 P»rfc liow. 3S«w Yorls. SAMPLE COPIES FREE. TflllMMMl. Send for free saniply i-upy of the CHRISTIAN LEADER, a. lirst-claHS weekly journaipublished by the Xew York State Convention of Universalists, and containing Sermons of Dn. E. H. CUAPIN. Terms ?2,5O per year. Address Publisher CHKI8-HAS LEADER, 1288 Broadway,NewYoek City. EVERY FARMER. Is invited to send his adJress and receive Fhee and Postage Paid a copy of the American Fana Journal, The mo»t Prai-tiiail, the Best and Cheapest Illustrated Agricultural paper in tlie United States. Only 75cents per year.- Send for a specimen copy. Address! MILLER, LOCKE A CO., Toledo, Ohio. S9p r ^S?L H iri^v; «i>t-J*i Alfrca. Ale. WfH-rS HomolioldMa-T? \J\JjLj KJ gaziae is olicred free during the coming year to every subscriber of Merry's Museumthe Toledo Blade, Pomeruy's * Democrat, etc., WnTclI !s jui' ovTdeiK'e of Us wdrth'an...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE TREATMEKT OF Chronic and Sextual Diseases, A rilVSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MRR1AGE. The cheapest book ever published—containing nearly-3UU pages, and one hundred i.nd thirty fine plates and engravings of the anatomy of the human organs in « state of health and disease, with 'a treatise on early errors, its deplorable consequences upon the mind and bodywith the author's plan of treatment—the onlv rational and successful mode of cure, aH sJiown by a report of cases treated. A truthful adviser to the married and those contemplating niarriafewho entertain doubts ot their physical condition. Sent free of postage to any address, on receipt of twenty-five cents in stamps or postage currencyby addressingDu. LA CHUlS.N'o. 31 - Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. The author may be consulted upon ahiy of the diseases npon which his book treatseither personally or by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the worUL . nrTCDQ! The Dec. No., price 30c, has rt I t U O i9 piecea Vocal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

MARKETS. WAYKESBORO' * MARKET. (CORBECXED WEEKLY.) BACON 8c HAMS 14 BUTTER 18 EGGS ; 1(5 LARD 7 POTATOES 75 APPLES—Dwed 75 APPLES—Gree-v 60 HARD SOAP ; 5 Philadelphia, Nov. 25. FLOUR—The flour market is without material change, but a fair demand prevails from the home consumers; 200 barrels changed hands, embracing superfine at $5.25(0)5.75, extras at $6(S|6.25 Wisconsin extra family at g6.25@6.37 i Minnesota do. do. at 7.80£@8, Penn'a <£o. do. at 6,75@6.50, Indiana and Ohio Qb. do. at 7.(a)7,50, and fancy brands at $ 7.-75@8.50, as in quality. GRAIN.—Sales of Pennsylvania and Western red at $l.G0@163, amber atSl.-65@2.68 Ryo 96(O(97c. Corn is in iair request at firmer rates; sales of 800 bus Did yellow at 78@79c, 2000 bushels new do. do. at 67(<t)70, aud 800 bus Western high mixed at 78c. Oats are ia moderate demand, and 3.000 bushels sold at 85c for white, and 53c, for mixed.

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

im: jl:r,:ri .a. ges . On Thursday, morning the 23d inst, in the Lutheran Church, by the Rev. C L. Keedy, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Hibshman, Mr. Geo. Beaver, of Marysville, Perry Co., Pa., to Miss Annie Bren'esian, of Waynesboro'. 3D IEJLT' ECS " In .this place, on tho 22d inst., Mrs. Ann Maria Blair, aged 82 years and 11 months. Near this place on Saturday morning last, Mr. David Bowman, aged 58 years, 6 months and 12 days. In Greencastle, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Loko, aged 71 years and five months. a Near Greencastle, Nov. the 8th, Mrs. Anna Mary Lane, aged 86 years, 7 months and 13 (lays- - Near Newburg, on Nov. the 18th Cathrine, relict of Solomon Mwvery, in the 80th year of her age. __

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS. Holiday Pbesents.—E Elden of the "variety store," two doors from Minter's Hotel, has recently replenished his stock of goods, and is now prepared to furnish beautiful Christmas presents to both ladies and gents. He is also well supplied with gloves, ties, and fresh supplies of notions, all styles. Elden's is the place. Go and see ¦ Last Notice.—All person knowing themselves indebted to the Estate of Henry Besore, either by note or book acceunt on the Mill Books, or Grocery Store, will save costs by calling and settle the same before the 15th day of December. Further indulgence cannot be given D. B. Russell, Ollivee Besore, 2t ¦ Assignees.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

'W1DIS AWffi"#5"T « ¦ '£ ^, Jl 1Hl " pair of superb French Oil Chromos—subjects LIFE SIZE, ejcqilisit/ac-stmiZsi of original Oil Paintines, GIVEN. A WA Yto every subscriber to Henry Ward Beecher's GREA.T LITERARY, REMGIOUS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Agents having great success. One took l . OoO names in 3 months; another 672 in 35 days; another 118 in one week;.one 47 in one day, and many others equally wellmaking from $5 and $10 to $40 per day. Takes on sight! An old agent who knows, says: "I think it the best btiti~ nets for canvassers ever "offered. Sorry I did not engage sooner." Pays better than any book agency. A rare chance to make money, LOCAL AUt.WVM WASTKD. 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 Bloomfleld St., BostonMass : 285 West Madison St., Chicago, 111.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 30 November 1871

S. S. W06'b7Newburgh, Y.'Y." Wt PlkORAlb v v ER OXE HUXDEED PAGES, Printed in Two Colorson superb Tinted Paper. Four Hundred Engravings of Flowers, Plants and ^ Vegetables, with descriptions and T\* «> 4'«»S.OSSEB» PLWKS, Directions and plans for making Walks, Lawns. Garden's, <kc. The hand«omestand best FLORAL GUIDE in the World. Alt for Ten- Cents, to tho.se who think of buying Seeds. Not quarter the cost. 1>00,000 sold for 1871. Address, JAMES VICK, Rochester. N. Y.

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