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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

' fij^-The natural instincts womanhood are beisgingtotcll ontie-Mormwi system) , as tlieyoiujg women uterly refuse to marjy thoSaiata They have witnessed the dfe-, radatlon of their mothers, and decline/ a . similar experience. As a consequence, gonfflohuabanda aro in active demand,and the 8upplyia likely, to bo liberal, aa some of tho XBoat ' produetrra mines in the West ¦ havo been found in Utah, followed by the usual rush of Jafeeie, Both political parties naveunited-in-aBagreeineetto elect no one to the Lcgislatuje;wio liT» polygi mist, or of that Mth; and It will not take manjymrs toroot outBng haniand his foHWaw With oJdage, gold intbajaountains, an in-roBing tide of. iml»eliever3, __pjirtiea arrayed in open opposition ' , and schism iirthe-cliurch, the latter days of the Latter-Day Saiats aro near at hand. It is a barbarism that cannot survive civilization. The world will sooa'hear Young's Jastsigh. \-^, ' ,' .->. SQrThe CittKas oV^adletasoiyalley hive so &Vc...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

XO UUR fATHCNS.—W lttt tBIS lSSUe . Wi present the Record to its patrons in a ne^ dress and enlarged form—an addition ol about four columns. Twenty-four' yean ago last-March the paper was established by Dr. D. O. Blair (late of Illinois, dee'd). •and ourselfl With the exception of ab6ul two yearsj during which time it was published by our deceased partner, we have TiacFcontrol of its columns.. louring tHE Interval, of time many changes haTe~been wrought'in 1 society and among our county eotemporaries. Of the, latter who have beeh gathered home, memory recalls ' a Crooks, Smith, Boyd, Rice, Mish, MerkieinT^etrichfS^ricklerfand-the-g i^ited-and lamented -Bonner. Of the publishers of that early time, and later dates, in our county,, we are alone. Those who survive have removed beyond our borders or^ engaged in other pursuits. Of course we have not,. though Providentially, spared to enjoy good health, been exempt from the usual obtacles and trials which beset the pathway of most, if n...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

.ney'a-Bros &•&,. o^m^g la :i|a^f*ow re-1 Cincinnati, Ohio, has jnst ordered ' ssuerrf* XHeaaaer or Panacea/' One '-' ' ' jtefe' agi ;thsy.1»4ione wholesale agent,- n(W t3ie] have about twenty. A year ago 1 thej had one two-Horse fancy wagon, utnyfeej have five. Dr. Farhney's Panacea:- be comes a standard blood medicine where ^^ ev.-i^ce^^ci^Ai3£^SI^BMeBi^jiaai uine Fahraey medicine in the Kjo^fenn It should be tried by the :afflicted": e*e " rywh' ere. and-keptJa^alK^jDo^esitts ^ ai 'pre ventive. Itis warratited:'. ¦- ¦ •. • ;• ¦ ' •¦ , ''• +. ' , - , •• - . " . ¦ . :" ¦ * Barn ,BPR^T.7-0u Tuesday. evening last the'lairge'" Bank ^Batn belonging, ^tc Geo. McPheran,sen.,about one milenorth of Funkstown in this: county:. was-destroyed by fire, with about twenty-tons r of hay, two wagons 1 , &cV His Ios3 tdll pertaps reacb. $2,000. ;>.3Jo particulais, ^ to ', the cause of the fire. '• . - " , .. - ¦ •-. -,- 1 , t. - t . . fi®*Mr. SamuetGaryer, of Gjeen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

" Wetalnt L. .yali^digirain : Jttecidett'lBliy •;•: 8notlumse)f on ^?iiday night tiie 16th -TT-^ fe^triel^tton, ^.. Ohjio..^•He ^ waa ' .tthew / ' • ijs.cou^ -fort^ ^^^i t^j^jr|ti^ m^ dex of Thomas Meyers. He was in a room' with ex-: Lieutenant Governor McBurney^his a$ , .'-SBtant council,, ti y ing to explain how the ' . ' maTTMeylrs^girt^itt^e taken^his owe .' iifeaccideniatl^.Jnateadi , pjChaying 1 been ' , killiedby itheir client llc?urhey, ' Had expressed'dbaWai L fo this ^theory/ when 3VIr. Vallondigliam picked up the pistol ^ from the table, saying he Vouldshow him inhalf asecond... Two'pUtols-were on the table,.oae unloaded, and he, b y mistake, took'up " the loaded one," put it in his pocket, and withdrew it, keeping the muzzle next his body. Just as it was, leaving '; •, his body it was discharged, it is said, at nearly the part of the body where Meyers waa-8hofe:i-He-cjaettlated *Oh, Tnunfor i!! and said he had taken the wrong pistol.-While the examination Avas goi...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

Sudpen Death.—Mr. Thomas Mgrehead wasfpund .dead in , his .bed in this place on Monday morning, the 19th inst. Mr. M. ' was the main'Support of a widow ed sister and two orphan children, who Are thus: called to. mouru the, |os8 of a kind friend and benefactor. He was aged 4l>years., ' ,. „ , ,,, ..„. ,. , ' ,Th* Festival.—The Good Temglar's Festival v which was closeaat the,;Town Hall on ;Monday evening of last week proved q«ite a success, yielding ¦ them a prflfit pf:<iye)r$io6. TKe membefe of the society '' Tnti^ccep ' t. our thankd T ,Jjbr a|' preseat(ofa large.apd elegant, Pound Cake.;.. ' ,S^a»E.-^1^ereg?;et,to Ieirh th^t Mr, John G. Maey, -,a;wcii-Jcnown. aud . mnch respected citizen,ibrmorly of this'vicSnity cdnimitted suicide at iLoudon on Saturday rdbyiun^, last, ' 'b y: hau ' ging..' : 'Mr. %'!' haS been._;aoqering,fropi men^l ^ ' derang^' j iffin^ at-intervals ibriten:,or! twelve years. . He was,upwards(of!60-:years. -:¦ .••¦ .11 ,:: fu -, • ¦ . StfD...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

Geary > at the R.'R. meeting in this place a few weeks ago, was phonographieally reported by our young friend D. D. Falir ney. It - was published in the Philadelphia—;A-essr-and-pronouacedr-by-all^who examined it, a correct verbatim report of what was said. Mr: F. has justly earned the name of being a corract'phonographic reporter. . . - ¦ , ' Harvest.—Our farmers generally have finished harvesting, and we are ' pleased to learn that their expectations have been more than realized. The wheat crop especially is said by many to be the finest harvested in this section for twenty years We,now want good prices, to make money more.plenty and times better.,, This:state of things, so much coveted; ¦ we trust may not be far distant ¦ • A Fine Improvement!—Mr. i Adam Forney is now re-mqddling the dwelling house adjoining that of his. father, formerly the Smith property. He has added an additional story,-making the building three stories high. Otherwise if is being finished accord...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

~ Harvest. Goods;—i-Primb IfewiOrleons-^£oksses^-^$MOiT ^rown-sugarsj—whfte sugar, PulVerised doii ^ry fiie syrupy gin- - gersoda, spices " ofall' ku»ds, ' tjws of&ie flavor, coffee, rice,. , lemons; dishes, spoonsj tumblers, glass jars, sugar .bucke ' ts;cheeso, ' knives and forks;' dessicated cocoanut / which can be m used in ,6yery ' tftff thal.t, the green .nut . is usedj - !! Wiien " jrpu " j jaiit .iiny, — thing in my line call at VMexiQiinlloWi' ¦ . .-. , ' .t. ' . - : ' .. ¦ ' ¦¦¦ ^V.;A:Reip. - STEREoscbtis and "V^iews.^— 'Among the stereoscopic views just i-eeeiyed at the Dir. amond Gallery are. Palestine, White Mountain, Trenton Falls, Niagara,.Summer and winter; Yosemite Valley, Union Pacific Railrbad,t^ &c. : . A lot oMne Chn*- mos are also on exhibition. • PHOTOGRAP3.-T-Ne>v:3ty'le photographs, tho victoria, cabinet and card size, taken at the Diamond Gallery. Dp not fail to have your picture tal ^en ,at,.,once..for life is, uncertain, , .( pi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

RaOTd Gkowtii;—5Ir. E. W. ILirper, formerly' oftbis place, and for many years his home, Carthage, ; Mo. ;i)f iffliat'TpbiM Four years ago the population was, ttofjg fe rige-^to ' ry^p^pe£&citory^Katrery, four churcisesand a:=JlJf}Bj^ r .;8c^jBgty£ Carthage .must be a.live place surely with a population awake to the cause of ;< ^ t i!! ' " :' l .%^^ y . I ' i-A - Personal.—-Friend Slick of-the Motone day last .waikv X'^Milt?- ' get3 ouif a neat, and spicy paper, and deserves well Ht'th^^nWrf'Tth^gooTcitisjens orMer- ~ cersburg and country surrounding it. He acquired ;£is fet knowledge of" "thei arf preservative of allarfs". ihithiaioffice,^ana if; we mayi . be,permitted,to,,takerhis, boy^ hood as-a criterion,, ainore honorable or trustworthy young : publisher would be hardtofindin! ithese flagenerate times.,. ( S^"It was, a general belief among the njri Rattiara that the Indians obtained 'their supplies of lead in the South Mountain MBtewherie in the vicinity of Roye...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

BITSINESS LOCALS. CAETiON.-rThe,,Wilson. S.jM; Cp..;ar£ the pioneers: in introducing.a: First-Class Shuttle Sewing Mabbinekt treasonable and'low price^""This has catnSed many imitator3. in price b y iii^ponsiple. companies to spring up, and -also forced some of the companies selling, the higher prieed biachinesto reduce Iheir p.riec!.: Th'drefotS , :;in orderjio^rotwjt : ,the : p^p le frdin ' be^g, fraudulently imposed., UDJon, JFe.f^iir tionithemnot to buy any-sewingxnachiae without first obtaining a^tteiii'waiiaxity' for five years, "di|^^6nr^^manufiiov turers oriihe ' machinif an f 'd :< a t t ( w^ eata e time p ascertain that : the ,<»mpany : _ mating-the warranty i» De3ponaible<f * ! ^« warrajit our machines forifiunlly'- use for ¦ "i.»" r V» ' ' ¦ '..#¦) • '-"'« . i'-'j. . . 1.":" '''. V. !1# W' < m ' .Ioi toJt najiji m^on.of ^qUara. ,)acK itfujx Jifeely " to weto out,'ttereby making ^ nxa dpl^-ag f^a *W^'^at^as.; I6^Sa time, .besides bein...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

^ B®.Conis, Bunions, Ingrowing:Nails ¦imd their attendant ills, have been r in years gone by, and. will-be m .years to (Crfine, a course of much, diacauilbrt and; unhappiness to those >rh(^are fuinoyedjwithJhem. By persistent eifjrts .and untiring. ,- j^Biserverence, Dr. J. Ijriggs;gafe; the rsuflering ; humanity; his? . renjedie^-Alleviatori- aad . Cisativ^ TJji .e.^pntuS^svliielt ' theY.havc gained, audjthe entire satisfitction, derived^ from their*use,,is wellJtnown and can, bu attested" by all classes, who ' have suffered > with Corns, Bunioiis, Ingrowing Nailg£Jhil: bia^'FroStfed'V Blistered " Feetj'fficc^ ; Sold by drug|fate.; ; . j^r - rrT^?^- > ' ; Ett,E3.—:^Lo.ofciatT£fi^eifeatures.and .see -the agony depicted:itt:the face.. It .caunot be7 helped -waile 1 ihc*. .trduble: remains;. — Thesuneringlroai pijewsof averyj^feravatoddocriptito. You eattnot walk with-any cotnfprt;-you cannot;rideinpeace;-you cannot sit. with,ease,-and the'.suffering. when att...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

GRAsr> k Celebration at Beblej.— Friday wto&^day which will long be remembered in Germany. That portion of ' the German, armies returned from the war •in France made theif triumphal-entry into Berlin', and in the ]Wessionand along the route^ hovcedtothethotfewndswho had ¦ assembled fromVllpartaof the Fatherland ' the numberless trophiea'they had gained from their ancient enemy. There was unj 'bounded enthusiasm, and when any, well known regiment, or one that had distin ' guished itself specially-'^fehe campaign* passed, the peoplo broke into'the ranks and crowned the soldiers with wreaths and overwhelmed them with flowers. At ter the prooeeeion came the unveiling of the statue- of &pg William the Third, the father of tho present Emperor, which was done in the presence of all the dignitaries of tho Empire, victorious Generals, the members of the German Parliment, the army and a counties number of specta tor. - And to cloee, came the ceremonies of conferri...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

w ouj n; a n &£(&.Qg#t r a ^uj^LU sf%o^^i^^n1|ifeeri;of ovu- paper commfencesa newpolujpie in': a nJV _dp88 Vfe sefid copies MperSiins who rire. not now subscribers. ? We have de\ r er sought to force the Record, . where (it waa not wanted, nor do weTdesign ' doing so now. : r Whilst:the'"Pilgnm*' years Jigo and agents- for- other . papers have since canvassed thei-county &r. subscribers, we hive the first^g€«^^aHi.n : to our own or adjoining townships,^aitSihayfigJt^g ourself solicited a subscriber.. If therefore those, to whom we^send a copy of- this issue feel disposed' to patronize' us for one year or even six months, we will be pleased to add their names to pur list. --At theexpiration of ten days from , this date the names of such persons -will be entered upon books as subscribers unless, thepaper is returned in the meantime. ¦• ¦¦ ¦ •¦' >

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

Fatal Accident.—Oh last Friday morning. Dr. Geo. Kauffman residing near .Brown's Mill and.Mrg. Mumma, a yount married lady {cousin to the doctor's wife from Harrisburg,' started out riding ii a buggy. The. doctor stopped on the way to see a patient, the lady chose to remain in thebuggy. ; thehorse was careiully bitched, but in a few minutes broke loose and runaway. J^r. K. followed after as fast as he could and found Mrs. M. in aiout^_quarterj)ia_maejyingontheroad ^ side in a dvine condition. She had receiv¬ ed a severe cut on the head, " supposed to be from a broken tire of the buggy.. She expired in lesstkan half an hour. She was the daughter of Hon. A. D. ~ HSSfihell of Harrisburg. I Her remains were sent toTier home onrSatui^ayTnTJriJing; .The' funeral-of the deceased took place at Harrisburg jm Monday. " A large procession of mourning relatives and friends followed her remains to their last Testing place in the cemetery. She was in her twentieth year:

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

Giejvs.—The girb of the.principle towns in this country are noted as follows: Baltimore, the handsoihest. , ' -' ¦ New York, the gayest and mostexpensive in dross. . , , ,, Washington, the most airy and superficial. ' \ ' " ' , „,,, ' , , ' . ' ' Philadelphia, the most refined and lady-like. ¦ .- ->.- . ;.__¦* ' Chicago, the fastest and most dissipated. .,- ¦ -A- \ ' ' , ' : ' -. ' . ¦ ' . Toledo, the biggest feet St Louis/the Vost reckless. Cincinnattij the. greatest flirta. ; Louisvilla . the proudest Detroit, the wildsst ''.':¦ • Cleaveland, the most graceful, and entertaining'^ificonversation. 1 - ; - " ' :. Boston, the most intellectudi '" • Wheeling, for majang the best wives. Wayftesborb', the greatest street walk

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

drag^^nff^^gj^£^^ ' / ] "^i'irp^D if^O^S _!;?';;!* .-' : It is a perfected woniei^ article. Cures baldness. Mi»ke3£air*iro£ v 7 s A'tetter lialr i? dreMbe tK8Btey ^fl^W ^'&taiatam."—bofteniTbiMbj; dry and, wiry hair into boan timl:B0ken tresBea.:: Bu^ above allthe, groat wiondc risthemadi^yWith which it-rqBttres GrayTfyir.toitBOripnal Color.' . ;-.-The ,wtote*tafaav worsts locikinS hirir reinmes its yontK&V beauty T)yits : use:'- It goes not dyethe^oair. out Btrikea-at the .toot and fills it -with hewlifeaiid coloririgmattet . Ask for Hall's Sicilian. Hair Kenewer; no other article is at all like it in effey.t. • .'' . ¦ . See that each bo'tfle ; has our pnvate Goyernment Stamp over the'toq <0f the D'ottlp.— A'Jothertareimitations, ' '-.f • B. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, X. H, . Proprietors. For salt* D\' Priiggists. ' ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

ere>' ¦ ;- >¦ '¦ \ ¦ ' Li:. Keei 1 Your Bovsii'j AT-Jfrftitr.-^—It is astonishing H> find'Whalv a i large ' numbei of small t>oys, rangih g ' fram eight to (twelve years, of age, are permitteAl to run atlarge through the-street at nighV They rapidly acquire bad habits running around in ihat way-~habita tiiat may lapthe causeoi landing them in prison for tn"J' commission of same crime. Parents should ' remember, that in granting suchiMcensv! to; 'their boys, they are granting them axi injury tney will never efface. Bad ' habits formed in early youtii are like first imprek iosjs-*- they always (remain. What» fbarfal re-Bponsibiity rest8,on thosewhppermitthair children, to acquire bad habits in early youth, by roamiug about the streets at night, , smoking, drinking and cursing. '.

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

OcETrPE.—^The press jtnd material upon which this number o * the Hecbrd is printed was obtained from the well-known Foundry of Messrs. II Johnson'& Co., 6.0f» Sansom Street, Philadelphiartlve^rst American , r Type Foundry, havihg^Goen established as fiir back 1 as 1796. The firm.at present is,,MacKeilar, Smiths & Jordan. -' Our , dealings - for more than twenty-years have been'with this , estab lishment Wo therefore commend 1 these gentlemen to' our editorial ', friends .as prompt and strictly, fair-dealing business, ¦ men. ' ¦ ; ' " " -¦ - . ' ¦ ' "• ' A :-> - • ' •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

; ,8aA!ii ^pwtrriCherritisljfwre .been, ja unusual abundance Ihis year;- raspberries have been sold on the; streets for several days. Whortleberries made their, first appearance in town for sale last week, being much earlier tiianiieual. ,f O uf . ' .town is daily supplied w\th small .fruit, of, tho kinds mentionediat very moderate prices. Thanks to,bur Mountain 1 lassies. There 1 arijiew oitist'towns win$i bav^ fruit brwghVto the . ' doors as^»Bgularly ,as Wayaesborol. ¦' ¦ _, _ ¦ , r- :.,, - <¦. ' ¦ .. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

Sun Stroke.—The heated term is here, the security .against Sun Stroke ia ~ to keep the head cool. We haveno better atfvice to give on thisinbjec^than ' thi3t'Go to Updegraflls and prp^de yourself witK one of their Summer Styles of Hats.;and ifyou are compelled to go in the sun buy one'of their-BuffTiJmbrellas,Jhey Bre just the thing for prbteofibn fibm the^TSan, «ndnothing beitterfof rain. Hatand GloyeFac^ tory Opposite Washington House, Hagers town.. -.;i;.-./. ¦ ' '.;,.. ; ' . ;.• ..'(,-,-!• ¦ :i

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871

' < ®-Frederick Wcckler, finbwn pretty extensively years ago, as a glove dealer, is aboutdyuig of consumptioa at Boonsboro',Md. ' ¦ 8ffi*TcrmB, Home-markets, &c, next week. - ¦ . ->-

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