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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
mm TUMBLE L\ DRY. GOODS C A LD W liLL .,&, C€K , . ' .,, . ATTni: ¦ ' - , ' .,, CHEB.P STORl?." Announce to their:fdrtythousalBdc;ni*toni«(rs, that; on Monday next they will inoMgurato A GRAND CLEARING S^fi , when will be "disposed of as fast ea customers can be 8erred:over43l2,00((-wo»tb-of. - 8VMXEB QJZE88 Ga$U8 > LADIES' & MISSES' HATS, PARASOLS, - etc.. &c.,£c, &c, &c.,&c,j, ; 4c. ' ,,&cv;- Every thing marked down 6o to-lto' percent. Price is no objectat this time.' These goods must, shall and will be said; Wotare - op-' posed tQ.;the old rainqusjjystem fit carryiiiK over goodSsfrpm one season to another, and, orp- ' determine^ to^ispbao of oto'wnp' LeW-' mnining stock; regar,dfessbf what'ihey cooti ' ' List' March we- flung our oatiner\totfa* breeze inscribed .with the,' magic: :itordar- ,-"Clearing pu,t,,Glearing out"-, and thus w«- «leared out over $7,000. worth ijfgopdsia two " weeks. ' . '•' ¦ ' ' ' , '....
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
Sad asd Fatae AccroEST.—Death oj GcorgeF. Hcyscr, Esq.—Friday morning this community received a shock such as it has not felt fora, longtime.! Shortly after daylight the rumor became rife, that one of our , most enterprising and' prominent citizens, George F. Heyser, Esq., had met his. death in the-most lamentable manner, namely, by falling from a "bridge at a point on the Cumberland Valley Railroad about equidistant firoin; this town and his reei-i dence-a short distance from lie corporation limits; From rumor the account as* sumed certainty, and Justice Skinner coming to W knowledge of the case, preceeded to the apot^when ' ajury was 'summoned, who obtained facts coveting'the following: It appcais tliat shortly after .daylight a lad named Randall whilst crossing the field near tlic spotj mentioned.discovered the ijody " anrl gave the alarm. From ihe position\\vl 7 which the deceased lay it is thought that liis death must have been instantaneous, as there was no evidence of str...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
Farm TOBiS^v-^JbJastjan Stouffer offers, his ifiirniTSr ^ saleT Seeadyt. !Ppblic SAtE.^r W'e call attention to a ^vt^f^HTOJbTJ.TSSrier, ci : dmyiistrato.r : ojf Elizabeth Barnhart, d^e 'd. ' . ; ... !&ibs. fiyssopg^ , the lady, who Ti?ad injuredj by/ a fali-from^MrttrH©aver?s-re8idfim!e in-Stoufferstpwn, died one day lasCvweek-Jt®-The Franklin County Agriculturial Society will iold its jtnnual exhibition' on. the 3d, <ith, 5th, and 6th days of October nest. ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ , .,- ", ;: " . •' ., ' . Pbsiching.—Eev. Samuel Phfllips, of Pluladelphia, will'preach in the Presbyterian Church, ou Sunday, next, morning and evening.- , :. ¦: . _ ¦& -. -.. >.. .!. Ballook AspEjdfiox.TrrProfessor Wiae tlf(raistin^islie3"33r^mut7^VTlI ¦ maEe ^ a balooon assention from the Diamond; in Chambersburg; «n Saturday,.th0 29th inst/ " ' - *" ' ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ ' • ' " '•"¦¦>'¦• ' ' " "• - ' - ;¦ TTBS^iaiie^re ^iasHeci^fis^B^coni^wiffi new material, it has not mechanically, p...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
MARKETS x '/i ; ,5V'A'$i!I^SBOEO'i I^AJt^Er. ' . " . '^¦ ' ' ¦(pl)BK&TED- , Ws|»LV.||f ' ¦ BA<30N..Uv.. ' .k;.. ' . v .....].S»L..jii?. riO ^Kt*:;^^::;::::^ EGGS....._;:i%;... ....:.....^......a.Vv.i»r- • LARD....X..Z?.... : .....11V ' ^^| S^ ^vW «, t^v-v.-.fl?';, . ArrLJiS—DaiEDir..'..;;».;..;* .::.. ¦: 75-APPLES—Greek . ' . GO HARD SOAP. ...^.J.,.^...:'.^" ...^^, "~^-===== ===^HEtaBSDE^^6SrJuly^l7^==== == FLOtJR/=-The flour market is characterized by unusual, dullness l,2004 hsrrels Market street mills 1 sola* on private texms ^ an^lb^hundred ^ bartelaJiii, Jlota, at 85@6.-25 per barrel for' superfine; M±~ firstname.lastname@example.org for eitafae|«P0@7.4() for Wfeconsin and Minheiotstftextra family, 86@ 6.50 for Pennsylyani a^p ; , do., $6.75@7. -5O^orfnojaor«ma^0hibFandiTit-liigher—.figures for fancy brands.. No change in rye flou* or cord mealT : ' !r GRAIN,—Thfere ! is; ^ery little demand for wheat. " Small salesd' old red at-$l. ^©^O^rd^CT Tsou^Etem artliS&^lH 43 per. ...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
PTTBIjIG SALS fTHHE eubscriber,- administrator, of the e?- JL tate of Elizabeth Barnhart, deij'd, will sell at Public Sale at the late. residejice ot Baid-deceased^n-tlie^ -public-road-tleading ixom Philip Beaver's to the Maryland line, adjoiningjhe : »ijjn-of ¦Christian Beaver, on FRIDAY, THE 2Sth OF JULY, 1871, thefollowing B«rsonal property, to wit: One Family M are,. One Good Milch Cow, and CALF, 1 Heifer , ?>&ock Iiogs, 4 Pigs; One Falttng-top Buggy;" : 1 SAFE: AKD< BOOKCASE,, 1 Corner Cupboard-,.2 Chests, l'Sette^ 2 sets Chairs, 2 Roclcing'<3h' nirs;-1 Wash-stand, 1 twenty-four hour Cloek, 1 Looking <SUjss, "Wood-box, 28 yaids Carpet4 Bodsteadsiind Bedding, 2 Coverlets,. & Sheets, 2 Comforts, 2-QntiS-Eeather Bed8,,?iUown, . 2 Bureaus; OOOJW&Q. - YE ANP>IXTUKE9, 1 Parlor Stovefor wood.or- coal; a lot .Wool Rolls1 Iron Kettle, 1 6Uinll Copper Kettle, 1 Wheelbarrow, 1 Hand C5*t, Qneensware, Tinware. Crockery ' 2 S...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
__T^M^EAXGtCbss^iiox^rMixooa Temphirs Quarterly. Convention will . be "heldntrtlnV : place"onrthe"2othr~28th and 27th days of July, inst. Delegates, will be in .attendance from the differcnt^Iofcall lodges in the Stated ifev. *Mr. Kirbyof Chambersburg will deliver. a lecture on the evening of the 25th; Other able lecturersV.rc expected tojbVin attendance. '; Ai«' ISPBOVEMfeT;- 1 -^^ I. O. O. F . have determined to ' cnlaige their Hall by the addition^of anoth er story r wnich^wiil make it thieestories high. The.store room is to be sixty-five f iet long. Tim improvement will be a^creditable oric-to the order and an ornament to our town. " As soon as arrangements can. be . made the work will be .commenced. .- ¦ • . .
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
Where .the Flies Come From,—Flies.are now ^ abundant, and.most people wonder where thjjy come from. Onr readers, if they remember the following paragraph, can answer the inquiry :¦ The eggs of the house fly are laid in decaying-veg etable matter, such as dead leaves, and especially in the manure of stables, about seventy or eighty being ths usual number. These soon hatch,, and the larva grow rapidly, feeding upon the substances near it After a short time the outer skin hardens and becomes brown and tough, shaped like a little barrel divided into' rings. The transformation of the larve is quickly made, and the animal is soon ready to emerge a perfect insect.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
FARM FOB SAliE npHE subscriber offers for sale ft Farm sit-.X nate in Washington Township, Franklin ' - ¦ : county,-iJa, r contnining —= ' . — 75ACRiES—MORE QR LESS, ©f-good-quality of land ^ withlHO.USELandl Barn and other Buildings; " there"is good running water, on the premisesr* young Orchard of Aqple and Peach Tr^eS in bearing order. This would make a pleasant home, being: Mtuatcdin_ a^>q«i _Boighbor ^ Jiood r ' close toMills,- Churches and Store. Any person wishing, to view tne property xan do no by calling upon Rodgcrs, living on thefann t orthe subscriber, in Waynesboro'. itwuTBeofferedat PubHe SaleinSikesvUIo " ON THE 2nd DAY OP SEPTEMBER, at 1 o'clock, if not sold prior to that date.— This property wiU be. sold in separate parts, or in whole to suit purchasers. ,Tcrms will be made known on. day of sale. July 20^tf. ; ' CHRISTIAN STOUVFER.
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
, ' . "TJsb y' oub. Parlors.—A farmer's "wife gives thefollowing sensible advice-through the Germaiitinm Telegraph:: JDtpn't keep a solitary parior.ja which you go but once a month, with' your -parsonvspecial guests or sewing .society. Make,.your . '.'liviilg' room the houses Let iSe<pla«e =i boi: Bucb that when your boy lias gone to disiaat lands, or everi- when, ', perhaps" he clings to a. single plank in, the waters of the wideocean, the thought of the old .homestead shall come to him in-Tris dessolation, bringing always light, hope and love. Have no dungeon about your house, |no " room you neveropanrnorblindstharaTe^Iways shut. • ¦ ¦ ' • ¦¦ . '
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
TajiWAYySB^tfVVlLjiAGE ^RECORD, " "" PtniusiiED cmtv TacSaliAy.Hoiisb:o v By \ffi.- ; B;IfA|R.- J| : tf: TEHMS—Two J?pH4t ? per^MinuiijIf -^d wlthift]aiiBybur5qNf6Pom«*nti Fifty cents after the expiration of theyettr. ¦:• " r ADVERTISEMENTS—One Square (W , - ' ¦•¦¦ ¦ ';¦;-<¦ Hni«)-threomsertlons ,^li W; for - *," eac« suhsoqudnt inseftidh, Tuirr,. - ,. ,.fiveConts.periJojaare. Aliberal - - - ' •- «ltncouftt«iiad^ to -yearly adver-_ ' - ti-sera. L6CALS.~BuBiness Locale Ten-Gents per line for the first insertion, Seven' : ¦' ".t'entsftft'Sufisequentinsertions.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
f&oiun anil: iiuutrB^ ' fi RAIJ^&DAifc; MSlETJtfld,^ ineetingf-wiirbeiheld; ? lhtr|ii place, 'ori'- ' Sat^iday'next, 'arib ' '6!ofck, T?. V My,-ifi behalf of the Miftunar Railroad, which will be addressed by several distinguished R. R. men. Amopg others, invitations h ay e been extended. ielGpfetGeary and J udge^Hattrwhar-are'expectedtcr fee present. By order of the . .... C .¦ :'h. rl/.i -:. ¦ - i 'i R. R^GoinZiv'
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
On thelSth inst, Besste-, infant daughor of B;¦ "& and'&' Shank, Ijiged 7 months and 4 days. On the 17th inst, Bertie, son, aged 7 months and 6 days. ' . On Monday, the 10th inst.', in Hamilton township. Mr. Chwswak Mabmst, aged 78 years, 1 month and 26 days. - •"Jfear 1 Jacob's Church, on the'8tJ» inst,' Mrs. Elizabeth Bassbabt, aged 72 years and 4 days.- ' '' -'' " '
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
01. A;- ll ..'8T:fllOUER- 9 (Formerly of SEeeceesbueq, Pa.,) OFFERS his Professional Bcrvices to the citizens of Wayneeboro' and vicinity. Ds-^TBipEUEB has relinquished an extensive practice at Mercersburg, "where hogbas been prominently engaged for a numwr of years in tbe practice of his profession. He has opened an Office in Waynesboro', at tho residence of George BesoreEsq., his Father-in-lawwhore " he can be found at aH times when not pr,ofes»ionally .ongagrd. Julv 20, lS71.-tf. \
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, VOZt FCBCntlfi XZEB JWOOIft, • The reputation this ex, I ^<w. celleat medicine enlora J4t?!iJi Is derived ttomitaouroa ' y>ir/fc^aD man °f whicbaretrnW ^iJLnML i fWmarvellouB. Inveterafe at -v >«Sj0r caseB of Scrofulom dto. fr | aiu ease, wbon* the OTstexn lB^\. I JrL eee me $ j**la ' zate *W " I» _ gj j |^^^^i tiisor(3er3,whichwereag. ^flBMKi^^HBly gravated by tb9 scrofti--; ¦ ! ! P Ioub contamination until tlioy xreropaicifnilyafflicting, bave.been radlcttJJy cured in.such great numbers in almost CTory eeo tion of the countrythat the public scarcely need td be informed of its virtues or uses. Scrofulous poison is one of the most destructive enemies of oar race. Oftenthis unseen and unfelt tenant of trie organism undermines the con* ftitutionand invites the attack of enfecbllngor fatal diseases, without exciting a snsplcion of its presence. Again , it seems to breed infection throughout the body, and then, on some favorable occasionrapi...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
ilW'v-IIBl?IU COON & STOREHOUSE Respectfully announce to the public that they have Opened, at their store room, on the South-west corner of the Diamand, in Wayneaboro,' a large and well Selected . / ./:. stock of DRY' GOODS; ' . '' ' "GROCERIES. HARDWARE/ . . . .-.-;_;, , AND CUTXiJERY,. Iron, Steel,, NajlaCQachmakire Goods of:oyery description, QueenswaiRCedarware, Shoes, Carpets, Oil ClothsPaints/Glasp, Oila, .VarmsbjBrusb.es,' Fish, Salt, and aJU kind of Goods.feept in, a well regulated store Our .goods are oil new and freah-and have been bought for cash at the late decline in price' s;..- ., •; '¦ ¦ . . . . ' . . ' , ' ¦ *,., We flatter ourselves that from our long experience, in business, and a determination to eell.gooda at small profits, we shall offer unusual inducements to buyers who desire to saye money; ; Pleaqacall.and see for yourselves.: t, :¦ ¦ i ¦ ji SKSssw ' -• ,We hare a large and w^Mfcorted stock Qf staple and &ney DK- GtfMB^mrt»raciBg CL...
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
"Imperial." > ~ FBESH AND SALTfiD PISII. " The FiBh ' department we keep up full, and will play second fiddler to - none, • . All thro' thel^roper^ia8C3i -JHe^et- stringfish. iced shad and herring. We sell sound fish and sell them right that is . the reason we sell them Cist. .Customers ' wanting;,one shad or 100 ' . " waited ton with ' the .same alacrity.— Hoiisek' eepers wanting to lay ' .inti supply for the summer should buy very sdoni MACKERAL. I now have in store and for sale a choice lot of Mackerel in whole bbls, halves and quarters, at about one-half the price perlb. of bacon.. Therecisnotbing else so. cheap in the,.provision line ,as TklaeiierafcrMake ' a nofo-ofthis. ' ¦ ' - - - • ¦ '. ¦ .' - • • ¦ '- —GLASSWAEE.—Look at the goblets, tum-, ~ " hlers, sets, small dishes. QUEESSWARE. —Granite ware; of the " very best make~"iipr ported in tea sets and by the dozen and half dozen. Also a large ¦- Ktoek of common-Teas ^^ audrdishes; XOTIOXS AND SUNDRIES.—Baskets, . ....
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
NEW &QQM NEW ggggg; im »^Y stilt i rpHE subscriber announces to his eusto A mers and the public that he hasreturnei from the East witrt a fine Btoek of SPRING AND SUMJiER DRY GOODS, Groceries, Queenawafc, Hardware, Glassware, Oils, Paints, Hats and Caps, Bootannd Shoos, Notions, .->nd other poods sunn as art usuall kept in well regulated country stores all-of which flill be sold cheap for the CASH Persons in want of any article in his line are invited to call and examine his stork and learn his prices, as his object is to make "quicV sales at short profits."- Hisstoek embrar^s Drugs and Patent Mcdiciues, including the celebrated Fahrney Panacea. Mt. Hope, ap O-^tf \Vil. II. BROWN. "iiw~lSiip ¥~ s™ir MR S- KATE G. STOVER announces to the Indies of AYayueaboro' and vicinity that she has commenced the Millinery business in front room nest door to the l-Iurdware Store of S. B, Binchart, and has opened Out a full line of'Spring and Summer Goods, embracing all thelatoBt s...
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 20 July 1871
3S!fta.T.&C«B» fpiIEundersigned has appointed; Fredcr f iiekjlMl, pfQuincy^toty;n«hip # Agent t< collect his-accouuts and transact other busi tieaspertaining to.the fiame., 1 . 1 ¦ . ¦ : ': ' ¦ . >:3uly <Wf. .., JEREMIAH'IIESS ,^ D. ' ^ - ' •' , " ' ¦ - ' " . - ¦ ¦ ' " v-. ? MILLWERY GQQBS t TO THE LADIES T • • 'v ].!' MRS. C. L. ' H6ELISBiaftGEE " hai jus! received & full;aiifply^if new Millinerj goods. Lndiesilre invited to callaadoxamim her Htock. --"' " ¦/ . - -¦;->- ¦ r ; , "' • ' ,; ( . ¦' ¦ ¦ apr 20. • " "" - ¦ ¦ >¦ •; " Ij. O.BE/^-qKIBirjL, PHOTOGRAPHER, •S. E. Corner ' of the Diamond, 'Wayxesboeo', Pa., HAS at all times a fine assortment of Pictures Frames and Mouldings. Call and see specimen pictures.. . June,t£ NOTICE. npiIE rindersigned, having received letters JL of administration on the estate of Catharine Diffendarfcr, late of Wayriesboro* deceased, hereby gives public notice to all tho creditors and debtors of ...