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Id=226 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

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Id=225 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

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Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 6 July 1871

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

Mystery ' .California furnishes a story of diablerie and mysterious which it would be difficult to surpassoutaide the legends and the traditJons of the age of ogres, giants, magicians aud other eviTthings ^ According to this tale ofthe grotesque it would appear that sometime ago a man named Gregory Summerfield, a personsaid to have been of extraordinary attainments, literary and scientific, was murdered by being thrown fjoni the phitform of a ^ar on the Union Pacific Railroad at Cape Horn.— A San Francisco lawyer of excellent repute, named Leonidos Parker, being the Xvalw MiMim n 4t**i ^ - n ...Sa^. L±_~ —a. bunuauuxiu nxuiiiiui **. v . J p*" V u , ^-jtd the tune, suspicion was directed against him, and he was arrested as being the perpetrator of the crime. . Twice tried,he was both timeemysteriously acquitt'd. This Parker has recentl y died, and, as is said, has left a written statement in which, while acknowledging that he did kill Summerfield, he explains wherefore. He, s...

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

.]; jbr Hie "VillageBecord » ' ' ' '' ¦ . Onr Fntnve. ' •:-*" •' ' As every man is the architect ' of his own fortune, so every community is responsible for its own' ftiture. j We boast of our liberty and independence yet are of necessity;, all dependent on our neighbor. It is but the manifestation of a narrow mind when we find that selfish penuriousness, that will discourage everything that will not y ield a handsome profit to the individual instead of bis fellow.' It is not for us tosip of all the sweets of life, and if we, by. our influence, or a helping hand, can cause some goot fortune .to, come upon, our fellaw_maD,jrceJ;husJifarIlighfebiisij3rd^ and detract nothing from our own happiness. Yes: we aTe dependent'one jupon another, and that community in which i3 exchanged the most sympathy and encouragement, is the most prosperous, the most happy, and the most moral. What of the future of our village? Shall it be prosperous, happy, and moral, or shall avarice and selfish...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

¦ ''¦ •^fc'bve'a^aMficfc?' "- - ""' "* " : h: .v. // ii' j- .'jir-r: .<, r '/i;f-: ••)••„¦! ™< *:• i.-i, 1 -v;.m -.(<3 iv;i.v=i;3fi--. :¦• ,'!¦ . ..- ..•Jsi.-L-ir - . ; Some years ago a-Russian nobleman .was traveling on . special businep in, Ae [ interior of Russia. It was the. beginning ofwintOT Kb^t^he^rosthaisetJn^arl y;- 'His carriage rolled up to the inn, and he demanded arelay ofhorses to carry him to the next station, where he intended to pas?the night.. The inkeeper entreated him not to proceed, for he said there was danger in traveling so late—the wolves were out But the nobleman thought the man merely wanted to keep him as a guest; he said; it was too early for wolves, and ordered the horses to be put to. „ He then, drove off, with his wife and his only daughter inside the carriage with him.— On the hot ofthe carriage was a serf, who had been born on the; nobleman'? estate, to whom he was much attached, and who loved his master as he loved his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

;It j\;asa raisty,yet>weet September eight I caji see the sk y as, it is hung over Swap's Nest, our sea-side home, starry blile, with here and there a patch of white floatihg gossamer; and the harvest moan coming up and. flooding all the world with golden splendor. I remen)J>er how the crimson roses httflg about the door heavy with their o\VB.«5veet;ues3; and what suggestive colors floatang-jjp from the~fiower beds in the dim old garden.? lean ever remember the dress I wore—pure white, because that was the dress in which my; husband loved me best. Didhelcrvemeatall?v. Orwasit any yellow gold that w6ahim? i . .: . ;¦ Immediately afief our jnarriage we, went on the Continent, where we rambled about fora year ortwo, wintering nt'Borne, aad spending our suiinmerB dmid ;the Alps.-—- Then we returned home; ;£ut the romantic spirit: was still upon ub, . and we toot what our country. afforded ift the way Of glossy Efe i;' lln* the midst, .of- this wandering, in a coun...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

. ¦ ^¦ ^'JwliiittJr^r 1 '- - "' 1 ^ . - ¦ .i,-! •)Qjg! Y?iT/vm'?lB.ifii .-i y .:i y;i(nim:i« j. - ,'iv)b uolJuiiJliJJiJIijVsX' ^U i utis .fcauiir i^kij^ipiiiMr AOWsh ; oiimTlil^mm^ ;j ™| f^f >•« Sings,'aB«srolditBe ; *eroOT*<>i4g <i - • ¦ ""I' ' -> ")'- ©f meslowlyiwaningiaiytv ) mJ-hi '1 ! • ,wij«li And the fragrance comes iflogjl, from, tthft. chestnut trees ¦ " " ^_ In the meadow where £he idalsidrblow^ i * 3 -Aaiticameiwhen^tendejj^^t' .paifte,,! Tn tfyjrsnrinffljt$l / >ng 3gp f ^j^ i, .; ,j Fai/dWth©d4rfearidri6*d«w^ iFriodi!.-m)d Oopieaaoating.thBchnreh-ljelL'achime,,! ; !¦¦ . . And, I jWandSfcjijnd,!,dreara .. , . in,Jhe ^dtog A ' 8.r>eani^' in' t^ i>iyntinie: jll '"-.. ji ' : " When Iliniyrpd S»def thfe'cKesiiutboiiglia;' Till hn8hed-"wastho"«weet*ird'8strain.. :>u; And the Hammering light flf/the;!«w0n.7: • iMteamsJ^I..-,.,; ; ,.!;;•-);: .- .'ik.u i: : .It..- ' O» . 1J»HW>^ » P«^ 1 ffl:-! llt .--..ivJi:...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

Woman-sit Twen^One. '"' Whena young girl reaches the age of 15 or 1<5 years, we begins & thnik of the mysterious " subjeet'of matrimony; a " state' the delights of which her youthnil imaginat3ottL8hadow5fQrtb^mib©_ffiOBt«tptivat ing forms. It is made the topic of light and incidental, discourse among her companions; and it is recurred to with increaBmg interest every time it is brought upon, v the tapis. When she grows a little older, " she ceases to smatter about matrimony, and thinks more;intently on the all-important subject. It engrosses ^er thoughts T)y day, her dreams by night, and she piclures to herself the felicity of being wedded to the youtii of whom she chenshea a secret, but consuming flame. She surveys herself in the mirrQr, and, as it generally : "tells a flatterinjr tale," she turns from it with a pleasing conviction, that her beauty will enable her to conquer the heart ofthe mosiabdurate and that whoever else may ° die in a state of "single blessedn...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

Not tobeBeaten.—A;New Hampshire man and a man fjrom Ohio chanced tomeetat a public dinner.inNewYork.— The man from Ohio suggested to him of the granite State tibat it might be advantageous to him to remove to the west, especially if he proposed to follow the purr suit of a fanner. The yanke could not see it; there was no State in the Union equaltoNew Hampshire. —HejofJpieBflck ^ eye State could not agree-to tMs , Ohio was Inferior toJSeWHampshixe in po respect, whileon many respects she wassuperior/"^f he Yankee demanded to know a superior feature. The Buckeyp, comjjienced to enumerate; but as fast\as ^_ he presented hi3 claim of superiority hs^Sn? tagomat unhesitatingly swept them away by bold and vigerous declarations to the contrary At length, when allother sources of argument.-hod been exhausted, the Buckeye confidently observed; • "You will at least allow that Ohiojusi ly claims superiority -over Now Humpshire in point ofthe extent of the torritory?" ., " v No, sir!" prompt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

"To Die is Gain. '* It is a universal statement universally, disbelieved. I have searched (he graves of twenty graveyards, and not a marble ' slab or shaft, plainly wrought, or chiseled in costly -design, bore this immort*t. assertion. Ihavaprayed above a.hun-[ dred coffins, and watched the face» of the ' mourners anxiously; not one betrayed a knowledge of this sentence. I have-carried a brig ht face to the funeral chamber and spoken the words of cheerful faith; and inen'have ' marveled, revealing their jscepticism- by ; their1 surprise. • ' I have found it hard to persuade men that death > issunrise; but when I compare the con- , iditionsof this life with ; those of the next;! when I set the body sensual over against ' .the body spiritual^tbe. mind m bondage 1 |b'ver against the mind emancipated Vffiliejj. . Iliaye bowed myself over the white face beautiful as it lay in deep, unruffled peace and remembered how passionate, and pain- ' ful wasVthe life, when I - stood ¦ besi...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

ODB NEW SBILD. Here is a Dutchman's ' idea.of his boy baby, which will do to read if you<»n get the right twist of your mouth,: , , . -. . Youdidn'Shearthenews? yell,veil, T)nt. T fl lrfniifff *ji fitnny dnt}^- Vy; eferybodyknowsidyet—.; ¦ Don'dyou dink-id's drue? Yes,yps, dot'sso-7-vegotason—' " My olt woman und me-* : ¦ ; Und he's der smardesd leetle shild You ever yet kin flee. " ] He camed . der wery last night in March, "Der sassv. leedle Wool. , ); . . , Of he'd voided a leedle vile ' f. ¦; He'd been it April fool;': , But dot ba"by he know,d a ding or dwo ' , Dey say so he looks like me, : Dot's cause I'm been he's fader, ,. Dot corned' for da' t, you see ' ; " --" ' ¦ ' . ' '' He's got the nicest leedle shnaod, ' Und leedla hands und feet.: .. . . . Und he can vink mit both he's eyes—Oh! he's^oQtenuffto eat ; ''" Vat's dot? I bet you dot I'm broud, IveellikeefI'mvild! , I vood'nd shwab him for a furm, ¦ ¦ ' - J No, he's doo nice a shild, • . . Come in der ho...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

PA*t:Asp Lean Mek.—Most jicrsons wantto weigh more (han they do^ and measure their health by their weight,, as if a man were as a pig, valuable in MOportion to his heft. The racer, is^Qt&ty a good, plough horse has but;ia moljerate.amount of Jesh^Heavy men are not those -whi ch experienced xoptractbra ; employ: tofbuild railroads and digvditches. /. Thin pien, tho world over, are the men. for endurance, tlie longest. , The truth is * fat is a disease, and as a proof, lot people are never well a day at a time. For mere looks, moderate rotundity is most desirable, to have enough flesh to cover all irregularities. To accomplish • this in the shortest time a man should work but little, sleep a great part of the time, allow nothing to worry him, keep always in a joyous lauging, mood, and live chiefly on albuminatee, such as boiled cracked wheat; and rye, and oab, ' and corn, and barley, with sweet " milt, and buttermilk, and meats. Such is the best fattencr known. A negro once ...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

THOTJGHTLESSNES3. -^roungman. the flush of early strength, stop and think ere yon take a downward step. Many a precious life is wrecked through thoughtlessness alone. If you find,yourself in low company, do not sit carelessly by; till you are gradually, but surely drawn into the whirlpool and chasm, but.tlnnk of the consequences of such a coarse. A rational thought williead you to seek th& society of your superiors j and you must impsove by the association..,,Ab^enevolent, use of your example and, influence fpr the elevation of your inferiors^ is a ' noble th»e i even the most'depraved are not beyond such help. But the young man oi impressible character must, at least, think, and beware lest ho fall himself a victim. Think before you touch:the:wine; 'see the effects upon thousands, and know that you are ' no stronger than they jyere in their; youth. •. Think before, -in a dark hour of temptation, you borrow without leave, lestj you become afnief. ' TAtnijWell ere a lie o...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 13 July 1871

Fobty Yeabs Ago. —Forty years ago literaturemeant learning, and was support- , ed by common sense., Refined nonsence had no advocates, and was ^ pretty generally kicked; out of doors. K ^ • ¦ v-. Forty years ago young ladies ofthe first respectability learned music^Du|it'\\vjas the music ofthe spinning wheel, andlearn ^ ed the necessary steps of dancing in following it. :. Their piano: forte was a loom, their parasol a broom.handle, and their novels a . Bible. , . . " -, " .,. ^ , Forty years ago"the' young gentlemen hoed-cornrhobned wood at the door, and , went to: school in the winter to learn read-r ing, \vritingandarithmetic.- -,, --,• --j «-f Forty years ago there were no such things 03 balls in the summer ^ and .few in tho winter except sonwballs.....: k..'.& /Forty years ago if a mechanic proposed to do you work you might' tlepe^a on hi s Vord; it wonld be done; ''' ¦ ' ¦ < ' Forty years ago " , wheu a mechani. (tfinished his work he was paid/or it. v . • F...

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