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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

THE L0I1Y LIFE. A little flower so lonely grew, . So lonely was it left, That heaven looked like an eye of blue Down in its rockey cleft. What could the little flower do, In such a darksome place. But try to reach that eye of blue, And climb to kiss heaven's fcce? And there's no life so lone and low. But strength may still be given, . ' From narrowest lot on earth to grow, The straighter up to heaven.

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

t My Wives.—In a certain cemetery in a town in Connecticut can be found a lot containing, five graves, one in the centre, the others near b y at the four points of the compass. The inscriptions on the latter read, respectively, after the name of the deceased: "My 1; Wife," "My II. Wife," "My IIL Wife," "My HII. Wife," while the centre stone bears the brief but eloquent expression, "Our Husband."

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

A young man living in Lafayette, Ind., is'humility personified. The other day he asked a young lady if he might be allowed the priviledge of going home with her, and was indignantly refused; upon which he inquired very humbly, if she would permit him to sit on the fence and see her go by.

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

Out in Iowa kisses are sold at fairs by the' fair. A man pays a certain sum to the general fund, and then selects tho girl or woman he desires to kiss.

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

Jtliatclkucos leading

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

$0xvn an 1 ^auirfr ' g. : *©*"Tramps" are every day becoming more numerous. . « " ; ^ . .. ' flSrSubscribe for the Record and tell your neighbor to do likewise. JB®"The young lady of many colors was in town the other evening. ¦ Watermelons.—Reid will have wa? termelons on'Friday. JBSySee sale advertisement of Mrs. Ma* ry Summers. . .S&ifilt is said that chestnuts will be very plentiful this year: 8§yEarly peaches have made their appearance at Reid's, grocery. ' • JBSfA brilliant meteoric display is annouueed between the ' r 26th and 30th . f>f this month. " .,, , J8©*Some people say that dark-haired women marry the soonest... We differ; it is the light-headed ones. . . s@;The Governor, oh the 28th. ult, approved the act of assembly restoring the Spring elections. , — i , ' ¦ ? —- B@,Postoflices have been established at St. Janjes' College and at Cearfoss'.Cross Roads in Washington County, Md., . Bfif.'The city, whisky, now : a-days, costs the seller about a cent...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

To the StoeJcfiolders of tlie Miramar Iron and Railroad Compaw ) ' : ¦ " .'-'.' ¦ . :. The company was duly organized, June 20,1870, and tie followiaj£,peraons elected directors for the ensuing year: Daniel V. Ahl, John Evans, AsburjH^erl&nd; John. Moore, W. H. Lqingsdoirf, G-eorge Clever, Alex, Underwood. Samu/d- H. JBailey and James Boiler. ~ s ' ¦ ' Daniel V. Ahl was elected, president; Asbury Derland, secretary; William Gracey, treasurer, -and Williata H.-Miller, solicitor. On the 1st of May,* 1871, Hon. Wm. McLeUfta was.elestea director vice H. NVBailey, resigned. _ • ¦ ,-.'_• / It was proposed to build.a railroad from a point at or nearShippeHsburg, along ' the •north" base of the 'South' , mountain/ to a point on.the.Gumberlarid.Valley rdilroad, •near the Susquehanna river. .-> / .. - Captain Joseph Mifflin,. of Columbia, ¦was appointed Chief Engiaeer, and instructed to. survey the proposed route.— This ¦work was duly performed, and the Teport'of the e...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

i %¦ ¦ Jtttyjoth, 1871. . • JIUciB^xks ;.&¦ .• ' ' <fr• -fw-f' * . - < ¦ ¦ ¦¦>¦ , ; • -\ '- '#Suj i ~Irespectfully -ifturn, you th(B first No, of forty,jjaper, and; ta% p^tronifor 'many years, haye been necesst tatedj; to . Recline any' farther patrimony You promised to let me have yourpaper at $1,50, and. for which I 1 have been com-P. 6Ued to.pay,:$2,00, * If. you, had not! been so importunate I would have continued to takeyqurpaper,;but as,this,has - been a stun-in friendship I will subscribe myseli Petee Keller. SS?*Mr. Keller is a resident of the vicinity ofcMereereburgr, JJis arrearageafor subscription to thb Rewrd^up to&ff&iue& day last, the 26th; was only twenty dollars, In 1863 weinoreasedour subscription price from $1.50 to $2.00; of which Mr. K: -with the balance of our readers was notified at the time. . If he vras not satisfied with the change, he should have footed his bill and had his paper discontinued. WebeU...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS B^Beat qu&lity family-flour ai $5,5C per^btt ' rael: Cdll at'Faj r^eW yilill;! ".D'ES^TRY^p r. '&ll?J& " %snisliolts positively extracts teeth'without pain, with entire safety by the use of If itrus Oxide Gas.: Give him a c*ll; ./ yFLOUR,-=-The best quality of family flour is now sold at the FairyjeW Mill of David Patterson at $5,50 per barrel, and mill stuffs of all kinds at correspondingly low prices. " 3t ;;. ' .B^Shiits, fi#ars > Cuffs,^Drawers, Stockings, Suspenders, 'Kerchiefs, Hand Trunks, Travelling jBags .andpocket Books, at pp degraff's Hat, Glove and F.ur Factory, Hagerstown. ,janV28,-4t. DENTisiRTf.-rDr. A. K. " Branisholt's being permanently located in/Wayn. esbo .r# will perform all operations 'beloijgHig to, the profession in the best and most skillful manner, . Pricea reasonable. , i^rStraw Hats, Silk Hats, Teh Hats, Wool Hats, Cloth hats and'. Cassimere Hats, of all stylos colors sizes and - prices at ljpdegrafi n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

Extensive Swindle.—In June a rogue calling himself Abraham B. Kunkle, procured a check from Mr. Geo. Small, of Baltimore, $32,37. The scoundrel alters ed it so skillfully ta 83200,37, that it passed through three banks without detection and was supposed to be right for about a week, until Mr. Small himself discovered the-swindle.' The so called Kunkle, who belonged tb a gang of swindlersandCbun terfeiters,-having fortified himseltwitti a wily web of circumstances f to " prove, apparently, his name and.rectit^de of. purpose, presented the altered check-at the ,Sh)rewsbury -Savings' Institution. ' .After interrogations is was cashed, and, subse quently passed through two Baltimore banks without detection. Of course the swindler has turned up missing—says ia New York paper. ' ¦ ¦ ,-'-..-A Lady Killed at Prayer.—The .St. Joseph (Mb) Gazette of Saturday gives the following particulars of the. death ;by lightning of Mrs. Loyell, and Mr. Blateman, during the-terrible storm in that vici...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

EgJuTo-morrow (Friday) is the day appointed for tlie execution of Mrs. Laura D. Fair, the handsome, gay deceiver and man murderer of California. Judge Dwinnolle, of the District Court, who scnt3nced her to death has refused to hoar arguments for a new trial, and also to sign a petition or a writ of Error to the Supreme Court to grant her a new trial. ' This is a remarkable case. The condemned woman is reported to be exceedingly handsome, possesihg a'cultivatcd intellect with great conversation and fascinating powers. She has had two or three husbands, and been the mistess of asjnany more men. The strong minded women of California are making -rigorous appeals in her behalf, beseeching the Governor to pardon her or commute her punishment to imprisonment in the Penitentiary for life. If hung, it will be the first woman ever hung in California, 8@-"The late coal strike in 'this state, it is estimated, lost to the laboring classes $18,000,000, and no onejean guess how many millions to ...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

Nervous Disease.—How many thousands of the most refined ladies of. the land are slaves to nervous diseasses in various forms^-trembling, tmtching, and jerking of the nerves, headache, hysterics, sudden outbursts of temper -on trival opcasions, peekTshness, a feeling of desperation, despondency, or fear, &c. In any unhealthy condition . of the nervous system, Brigga' Allevantor has absolute control over the nerves, creating a radical change' and positive cure. Sold by F. Fourthman and druggists generally. * . ' BSft-Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and their attendant ills, have been, in years gone by, and will be in years'to come, a soursc of much .discomfort and unhappiness to those, who are annoyed, with them. By persistent efforts and" untiring perseverehce,,Dr^ ' J. Briggs gave the suffering humanity 'his remedies '—-Alleviator and Curative. ,The popularity which they have gained, and the. entire satisfaction derived from their use, is well known-and can be ntte3tedlh...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

On Monday^ho iotii ' -inBt, . in Hamilte-n • township, -Jtfr. Cuai^rrAit Maiitin, a.-ge^TS.years jjmontlianjj^e .duys. . WAYNESBOBO'MARKET. ^COBEECTEB WEEKtY. ) /.bacg&.:.;:; * ....,,.. v.. ............ .... t.^ c\& , HAMS..:..;......;......;.:;...:. ..- ..14 BUTTER ....20 eggs......... .:....:i...v.;.,'.v. ;..to; LAED. ; 10 POTATOES...90 APPLES—Deied .....75 APPLES—Gremj. . 1 ..........; 60 . hardsoap......j u~4^...:..,;^:..:.g " " .' '. PHILADELPHIAj?uly.24. FLOUR.—The flonx.ubarket continues very dull; and prices favor buyera *. The inquiry is confined almost exclusively to the wants of the ¦ hoAe ' trade; only a fe>v hundred barrels vlffre disposed of, at S5@5,25 for superfine-, $5,37 J@5^0 for extras, S6,25@6,50 for spring wheat ex- - tra family, $5,75@6,25 for Pennsylvania do. do., ;S6,75@7,59 for Indiana and, Ohio do. do., 87,75@8,50 forftney. Rye flour is steady at $5,25@5,50: GRAIN".—The movements Kf wheat are very light,-and prices are drooping.— S...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

A WONDER OF MJECHAN JO. ' . ICAX SIMPliCHY. Tlie Most Practical Sewing JifacMne in the '".?¦ ' '. ' World, ' . '¦ " ' " ' TEE McLEAN & HOOPER . • Elastic Lork^Stitch FAMILY SEEING MACHINE, "Warranted to do the whole range of Family Sewing with, jnbte' rapidity, with' more' ease , of . • management and'With. . less iatigue to the ; ^> . . operator than, • ,; . • ' , any Ma-• • ' chine now in" use. PEICE. FQ^iRTY (40) DOLLARS! It renuirea nopxtm attachment for embroid¬ eringBraiding and Gathering. ' Ittaiestho thread directly from the spools, thus saving trouble- and economizing time. - It requires hut one footto move the treadle oven in sewing the heaviest, fabrics. ' ,' It is manepf the bent steel, and at all points of wear dase'-hai'dened. .. ., . ¦ ¦ . ''-Its chief points are Unequalled Simplicity, ;Quietnettt>f Operation,'; :. :¦ , - .- • J£aM of. Management,,-i . .. ' . Rapidity of, Jiic ' ecuiion, ' Xon-hability to drop - • ¦ StUckatorbreakthread...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

v ¦ '' xx' jA TT^S '" J££lM VECIWBUSICIUAN ifSggkjLAtiL.: ¦ . ¦ is ' ;the Bestartide ever known to l ; RESTpfcEJ.GRAYHA.IR TO ITS OiRiGDiriL YOlfTHFCL COLOR. It will prevent the Hair from falling out.' . .Makes g,, not stain iliu iiin as others. '" OURTRtiATISEON THE HAIR. ¦ •... ' . " • SENT FREE BY MAIL. " ,. ' • B. P. HAt^A CO. NashuaK. H. Pbopkietobs. : FoVealeby all druggists. ¦ - On Thursday, the 20tfcinstiBy the Rev L. A. Gotwald, Mr. Jeremiah Rowe,-to Miss Martha Bonebrake, both of Quincy Township. ¦ • ' ¦' ¦ At the Lutheran Parsonage on the 13th inst., by the Rev. C, L. Keedy, Mr. Henry BRYAN . to.Miss. Sophia Rowe, both of Pikesville. ..'. ,

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

P-TTBX.IO' SALE THE subscriber will sell at Public Sale, at her residence Ir4 ' of a miljf. froto. Mt. Hope,- -' ¦ .. . . • • . Cn Saturday, rte!2</i> day.ofcAvgVst, 137}, , the fol'owing personal prppejrty,;tp:wit: THREE. HEAD YOUNG CATTLE, 1 a young Bull, rising S years old,"l"heifer; 1 three und.l two-liprse;plough, 1 double and 1 single shovel plough, 1 cart1 .-heavy log chain, 1 two-horse, spreader," 1J inixing trough, one large hand hike) onq.pairshaftw, forks, rakesshovels1 maul) and 1 wedges, 2axes,' 1 wood saw and bock, l.pajr - steelyards, 1 manure hook, and a lot old iron. 2 sinks, 1 bedstead2 chests, 1 sett chaira, 1-rockipg!chair,- -J churn, and buck,, one largo meat vessel, 1 cook stove(Kb. 10,) pipe and fixtures1 rifle . (-Johnston's make,) 1 largo ¦ wool wheel,- tin-ware; fruit jars,,buckets, jjpts, 2 Wash tubs, 1 coffee mill, Sdoiightrays, and many other articles not necessary to mention. ! • ' ,-. Sale to commence' at 10 o 'clock on said day, ...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

ARM FOR SALE fip HE subscriber offers for sale a Farm sit-JL uate in Washington Township, Franklin county,. Pa., containing ¦ --75 ACRES^-MQEEOkliESS,' ofgboi quality t>f land, With HOUSE and Barn and other Buildings; there-is good running water on the premises—a 'young Orchard of Aqple and Peach Trees in tearing order. TEa would make a-pleasant home, 'being situated in a good neighbor¬ and Store hood, ' close " to Mills, Churches , Any person wishing-to view the property can do so by calling upon Kodcers , living on the farmor tho subscriberin Waynesboro'. U will beofferedat Pnblic Sale in Pikesvillo ON THE 2nd DAY OF SEPTEMBER, it 1 o' clock, if not sold prior to that datc-This property will be sold jn ncparuto riartA, or in whole to suit purchasers. , Terms will bo madb known on day oTsa«4 July 20-tf. CHRISTIAN STOUFfftKr

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

A BEStRABbE PRBPlRf V •¦ ' .-AT-&x > ±\7-GLt& SS^Xe. TH E subscriber offers at Private Sale tho FAIR VIEW MILL PROPERTY, si euate 1 mile Southeast of Wayneshoro '. This property is delightfully situatedl the improvements unsurpassed, and the land in n high, state of cultivation. A more desirable property of its lifn<I% perhaps not- to bi« found in the county of Franklin.. For particulars address the subscriber nfc Piltston, Pa., or call on W. S. Amberson, in Waynesboro '. ., • Jnly 27-tf. ' DAYIP PATTERSON.

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

.JTear Welsh Runj on the 15th instant, Ioly. Bell, . infant daughter of Hugh B. and Annie E. Blair, aged 6 months and 2. 4 days. ' Our little Lily h?s gone ' To a world of beauty and lovc ^ And I inow- that she is Kinging With the sweet angels above; 'Twas hard to submit to the will Of the Lord who gave her to us. , Her bright eyes no more we shall see, If or her sweet voice shall we hear; Bnt we hope to meet her again * In that world of beantyand love, Where pnrting shall be no more. E.

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

WiMtif it-BJiiBGlTFIJtNJ |~1OOD FAMILY FLOUR at S. Eiden's vW for Five Dollahs aud Fifty-cento per Barrel t Gorn . Oata,BaconCoffeeSugat,Salt, Lard, Mill Stuff—white and brown—at wonderfully low prices for coah-rno'othertepnx. Thankful for past favorsI am determined to sell Jow. .We have been imposed oh long enough with highpricesfor flour. So, come on friends with your- Oush and get good flour cheap.' ' ..... July 27,1S71. - - J. ELD ' ES.

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