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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

UBSINUS COLLEGE!- Located at Freeland, Montgomery Coun • ty, Penn'a. • ¦ • " . ¦ • THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: [Fohmeely Freeland Skjiisary.] A First-elass English, Mathematical and Classical Boarding Schoolfor vmm mm km rnivi ¦ Undar the immediate Tuition and Management of the faculty of the college. TERMS MODERATE. All necessary exjiensesTincluding Tuition, Boarding, WashingBooks, <£c, not exceeding "!j230 a year. • . THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT will be distinct from the academic, and will afford all the advantages of a full college course in the usual higher branches of study, under the direction of a Faculty of &ix Professors. BSuXho Academic Year for both Departments will bo divided into the following three terms::—The School opening with the Fall term, September (i , 1S70 to December 22. Winter term, January 4, 1S71 to April C. Spring termApril 12 to July 7,1S71. For further information aaplv to Uev. J. H. A. B03IB3EGER " D. D., President of Ursinus College, Fr...

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

The following record of oneday'sfaxicidents, all from the same, cause, ivizjjthe-ase of inferior Coal Oil, istaken f/britihe; lihiladelphia Ledger pfa recent $$&?' ¦£• [}. ' ¦ ; "The alarm.lof.fire, 3»Bt evening,'.-at 7 o'- clock, was caused;.by " .the '.burning:-of the dwelling, corner of JtJih and Poplar . -resulting&omtne explosion'of a coal oil ;,lamp.— Sirs. Hersh, occupying the secona;4tory of the dwelling had retired to her department a'few moments before!Hie discov. ery of . ' the fee.. On entering her room t she' was- found lying on the flow 1 wrapped ih flames." • "About 7 ' o'clodk'yesterday morning;-a coal-oil4amn^in4be-hahds-of-Sarah-Alexan~ der, who, lives on Cowslip. St. near 16(Jj>—She-was severely burned. ' ¦ ¦ - !>• > J'J - "Margaret Cofligaiitesidiiogpf therearof 61S South st, was burned'by ttte explosion , of a coal oil lamp: - Her husband, -while aitempting to extinguish the flamewasfalso 1 severely burned. '• Two of the ...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

IlVEffiYT- LIYEEY M'vliE tmdeveigned informs the public gen-Js. erilly tb«fhe has purchafed the Livery hererofore owned by Frank. Weagleyand is fally prepared to inept the wants of the cf-mmunity in his line of business. T Ie hjahad oil his cav-woies neatly repr.ired and refittedand his horses are safe, gentle and f. ' .st travellers. Parties conveyed to any poLit desired; accompanied by aeurert&il'arivo'.*. fSjjQfi'.e at the "Waynefborq 1 Hotelwhere '^H &t cutivehostler wiil he in attendnncfe ct ?JiirhouwoTtho eight and day. Kgi-No efi't t: wiil he sprrert to accommodate all who ¦' ^navpiiio.iizo hhn. ¦ - i)e . 17, Is. THI. FITXK. .

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 27 July 1871

B^'i&BiEnRi rpHE subscriber informs thii public that he ;JL continues the Barbering business in the room next door to Mr. Reids Grocery . Store, and is at all times prepared-to do haw cutting, shavings hampooning etc. in the best style. The patronage of the public is respect fully solicited. :_1: ^^r Aug 23 1871. ;, ¦ W. A. PRICE. .'jposmBBir goods:/ ,. , TOTHELADIESI : \/ntS. C. iL : HOLLINBERtiERJhas just MLreceived a full supply of new Millinery goods.. Ladieaare ipTitedto . callandexanune ler Btock* -. - apr20. r' ' -" . ¦ : ' " . " •

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

mu%tt£mmift f. What.is ' it that.goes ' jig" tie;hilt. an^,; ' down the hill and ytt never " moves? TheTt ' ' What is ' the diflerence between a jtidng'}- iadyandanight'cap?-One ; 'ia bora to ; -wed,and the other'si iTOrn'jto bed.'>.- " •., . ; irffrhy is your chambermaid immortal?. •She-returns todust-everyday -without; dyr j nfi- ' " - ^" ' / ;'• • ' yMf,,- ' --"- ' ";" ' ^ ' ' "" :(; '-' - : ; Btatistics-^f l,00tt, yoing ladjes; * wfia fainted lostyear,, ' 987^wlm ^ ,tiafe " arms pf-:5entij^en,|tW,fell on the floor, and one intpi,a Water butt; ' : . ¦• ' -, ' ¦¦; ' ..• ¦ " ' . ..... . . Fruitless I<EARNWQ."-^Mahkina. has! been learning.for six thousand yearsV-and, , yet how few have learned thai their felV i low being Hraas good as themselves.,/.-. - . ; r- .. r-*—¦ ? -; r . T ^ ' ' The reason for. changing the position of ladies' hats, from the front to the back of the head, is to facilifete kissing-^so says, our (devil) and he knows.-; _ -. ,!• ,! . ; - . •....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

.. ¦ . r IVoni:"iSiiiiois. ^ , " -- ¦ ^ ¦ „ JIr. Eduok :r-A$&i a -ye^. ttr&g . si lence, I resunie^ihteneu^ ^thafc I: .m»y-:drp} a few; thoug h^^hl^ wijl.probably provi interesting, tp'pur'friends in Peiorisylva niaTr^fSrst, Irau^t^jon g^atulateyou ant the many intelligent reader^ of the Secori on the important cficoij 1 *- effected in th< appearance and value of your paper. Thi sign of'progress is an ' honor to your staic old towiSi-andiyerifies the old adage; ""^Thfti they that are slow are usually sure." ; ] trust -thatyou Xrilljie-fluppGrted you can sustain the present high standarc of your paper.,. lassiire. yoti that in buj dear little home, the Becord is ' a Velcomt visitor ^. . ¦ Freighted wiflbL-the current nem of ;pur old Keystone honiej' it comes as j messengei! of. love; binding^. our hearts tc the memories of .the past, and cementing the sympathiesJbf our youth with the stern conflitcs of riper years. ' ¦ '." • ' . ',»- I am glad , to learn that...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

: : \- ' -The ,Qreat6E*&son.' ';'.' ,• "" ¦ • . ' . ' . - " "/ ' •;¦ ¦ ' ' ¦' :-' - : -T^ : V^'^ : :'-' :i \>.- - --/' The first lesson that a young man should learn is that he know notning; The earlier and the more thtirotighly this it ieairned the. better. A;;toitiiBTj;reaybuth.. growing ilp in thtf light of parenialadmmitibn; with everything to foster .^jg vanity and esteem, is surprised to find and often unwilling to acknowledge, &e\suEeribrity ' rof others. But he is compelled to learn his own insignificence; his airs are ridiculed, his blunders dire exposed,^hiswishesdisregard ed, and he ; is made; to ,,.cut:a sorryylfigure, •until his self-conceit is abashed and he keenly feels that he knows nothing. r " When a ypiing man.has thbronghly comprehended the fact that he knaws noth ing-andthaf intrinsically, he 13 of-little raliie, the • next lesson .is that the- world car.es. nothing about him. He'js the subject ofno man's overwhelming admiration; neith...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

, a g. r ,, vu«.; ugcujA , guuu uxglll. -Ji - Jjitetfamos .gmdoij. - A DRUNKARD'S FATE. BY LEOXA. ; It -was in the year 1863, while I was a refugee, that I met Dr. Hildreth. He was a surgeon on post duty.andas it was winter, and our army" Svere is quarters,; his hospital only Contained a iisw chronic cases, and lie had much time £o waste on the .girls. ' * 'r ! v * '•''" . I was a girl then, yeiy young, in the world. The si g ht of a gasoyCuniform made my heartgo pit-a-pat, and nearly, turn my brain. I did. not then doubt but every uniform covered a being .as brave and dauntless as Richard Ceeur deXfon. It is a very difficult matter Jtb define the thoughts and feelings of a young girl just stepping forth into the world. She is innocent, fir parents take care that their daughtera are guardedironi all knowledge of vice. T p a young-girl, men are emblems of nobility, courage, and strength; they are superior beings, who possesses all of woman's tenderness, and none of her weakne...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

¦ ¦ -¦;- ,^ft.-r' / ^ Z!&-&±r, ' -* ' t. '' i££~ ' -J- '¦¦ ., - .-' ' (fit thecB^i a^d ieaa^li' iejIes 1 , ;¦:£. ' ;?'?-; yor,to«)«ti^irt iM3^ tjiiBmlOTely^. " . ' - : ' .&tlx : r^UT^-into,the,Bkies;; ' ' ^.l' -.,:, Wipethe "deith ^iir^^oimiier ;fbrehea ' d - Tpia^er- ' icy.liands^tirieekl^-r .. -.s\ . . Smooth theI snQwy ' JJttleptress.j' „•!• -[\\ . Scatlerfloyeraiij'.eriieRjili^irrr. v ; iV • 'l - Genile.flowier^'io-tiBie^Ji^itCT';,; £ay this;1)iid : nploiihck.piisixiaf.i::; ¦ ' " <' . . " Vf, . ¦ , ^ei^nowJSbftl^.siy^Goodnight!\.;i; —. * tOi6frgn,,our' teareflffwfast aniTfosJer,. ' .;., ¦ ¦ •-^^^v:e wonlii . notcaU 'her batik';' *¦' ;. ' '?? ' ' ."We>are glad her feet no Jonger,^ V;- 7 " . ¦ '' ¦¦ ' - , : $£&afi.1ifo'8roughjihdsifcbnny ' track . ;; ' ," , "We are gjad our HeavenlyFath' efc ' _ «¦ £• • : ' . ' £ '*' TookhWwhilehervheirtVa8purei . ,,,; ; • ¦" ;* , We are gladie . did^ot; tea¥^ Key " " -^j * •' ": ' -. ^ AUlife'ati^lB...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

Men are Observing you . .in. ' tfriei oJNhe^uburbanHowBs, » Sab^ bath-school teacher had a very fine -class of boys; Most of theiri ' wefeVftoili wealthy families.. Qne of iheta .was the son pf a poor widow, who Had to'sew, it might be said, almost day ancl aight, to keep her young family together. 0ur. teacher had again and again observed a lone light shining brightly at,lite hours ftonii; t£e • wadow of that mother's room, and then would come-trooping through his mind-thewords of i;hat refrain of Tom HQod'8Spng:«Stifch, stitch;stitch:"-.The teacher had taught his boys to take off thear caps to him and to each other, as Be did tothein, si) that he and they were quite a marked feature of the-village. -';¦ ':" .••..• ' . : ; . : One dayj^Eoston-ttercbaat-wasrwalk ing past the school-room Avililour teacher, when the piipils were coming out. They tumbled out as usual, and .rushed heed lessly byxmr, teacher ' land his .friends-all but one.TJiat. r wM-MS^vidowV.spn. ;He raised hi...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

A Laege Dairy.—On the great farm ofColJChompson, in Wells, Minnesota, JFaT cheese factory which has a capacity for making into cheese the milk of 3,000 cows, but now only works up theVdaily product of 225. It is -three stories \gh; the main building is 35 by 82 feei, Bai)t of . brick. ^ A steam engine of 25-horse power drives the machinery. " Water "is supplied from an artesian well. There-is a butter room attached with steam cburn3 andallnecesaryappnances. Cpl.Tonrn^ son intends to increase the number of Ins cows to 600 soon. s ' ¦ - ' . ' V u- ' -^T *« ' " TilfogeRec&rdJf - , ' . ' . Mr. -^iatr i^rThCrailroad. questibtione Jof much: interest to the peop le^ Waynesbbrjft','ahd sinceyfe, are offered iBft help of a ©opd . company to build a road, should ^elSjfe^wflrqonsider whether we want a r^uiifpad, and if.we want one how are " we>^> get ifci.. . ... .; ; ; : ^. -,'-' ,,. •;¦ . " , ¦ That we need~ ^ ' railroadis universally agreeB| ' iHwfwe 'lareto geti...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

F<rr the Village Record. • v The Miraiiter Railroad, ' Mr. EbiT0K.-7The Mmjmar Railroad, enterprise to.whichv you referred so en-i couragingly. in your last;issue, and far the success of which all'should feel a lively interest, is ahout * to encounterI regret to say, what may ¦ prove a formidable obstacle, so far at least as bur; section is concerned. The South Mountain Iron Company proposes building a Branch Eoad from Pine Grove, in Cumberland county. , to this place. The proposition has been favorably received by some of our citizens and public sentiment is al¬ ready divided between the two propositions, "and" as Ware not able to secure two roads ip the same direction at one time, the danger is that we may fail in getting aroad'atall. The friends of the Pine Grove movement ? differ with your co?res-> pondeht, and' urge "certain " objections to the Miramar plan of operations ! which in my opinion are speculative" and amount to nothing.;" The Miramar Compa.riy prop...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

The French Government has consented to the main features of the Poston scheme for the emigration of the Communist pris pners4oour^ft^esternT'erritory^>f-Arizona -It-dividcs-the-prisoners-into4hree-classes. First, the most violent persons andJ^w>se • found guilty of crimes, who are sentenced to hard labor for life; second, the dangerous persons, " who are to be sent to a penal coiony, to the third class a general amnesty is granted on condition of their voluntary emigration. The last are permitted -to-go-to -Arizonar-the-Government-giving them transportation, agricultural, and mining tools, tents, arms and subsistence for ' six months. The scheme has probably been originated and conducted by Charles D. Poston, formerly Delegate to Congress ro m Arizona. . ®EB»On the 1st day of January, 1872, the United States will have no less than fifty thousand miles of railroads, in operation and will be extending them at a rate of over five thousand miles per annum-— This probably...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS. Bffix-Bestqualityfamlly flour at $5,50 per barrel. ¦ Call at'FairviewMilL , . D©,Now is the time to get first-class phot ographs taken, asBraekbill has a full set of New Instruments. Call and examine his specimens. ' ' : ' Flouk.—The best quality. of'family flour is now sold at the Fairview Mill of David Patterson at $5,50 per barrel, and. mill stifSs of allTtinds at correspondingly low prices. " . ¦ . , 3t ¦ B3&~A fine lot of sterescopes and views at the Diamond Gallery,. Also a fine lot of Ghromos. Persons wishing to make their rooms attractive, should call ~ aiK^ purchase Chromos, J3Sr"Shirts , Collara , Cuffs, Drawers, ' Stockings, Suspenders, 'Kerchiefs, Hand Trunks, Travelling Bags and pocket Books at Updegraff's Hat, Glove and Fur Fac-' tory, Hagerstown. '' June 28,-4t. B©-Straw' Hats, Silk Hats, Felt Hats, Wool Hats, Cloth hats and Cassimere Hats, of all styles,colors sizes and prices at Updegraff"s Hat and Glove Factory, Opposite Washington Ho...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

tor the Village Record. Shall we have a Railroad. It is proposed to' extend the South Mountain Iron Company's Kail Road from the Pine Grove Ironworks to Waynesboro.— This is a move in the right direction.— It will meet a want that has long been sensibl y felt in this community, and that will be more deeply felt every year. The tonnage of the townships of Washington and Quincy including the borough of Waynesboro' is estimated at one hundred thousand tons per annum, on which two dollars per ton <is. paid to and ¦ from the nearest railroad depot, " so that we pay every year two hundred thousand dollars in order to enter into competition with the more favored localities upon the lines of the railroads. By this proposed scheme of the -South Mountain Iron Co. . Rail Eoad we-have at last an opportunity offered of getting rid of this heavy burden and serious drawback. We can be put in direct connection'with the great commercial centres, and that too in a yery short time, and upon a...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

tjoron ait.fl tyommg/ Impoetant Meeting.—We are requested to announce that ft meeting oftberail road Committee will be held at the office of J. Douglas, Esq., on Saturday evening next at 6. o'clock, A FujjJ, attendance is desired ^ B@,Our old correspondent "Ralph" will receive attention next week. J8S?*Water melons and cantelopes re ? ceived at Reid's on Friday afternoon. B®>Fred'k Bryan, a prominent and wealthy citizen died at his residence in Hagerstown on Wednesday of last week. . , —*•- Dead.—Mr. Ben). Willhide a well known citizen of the Mechanicstown (Md.( District, died on the 22d ult in the 69th yeatofJiis age. ' jiffi^ The people of Babillasville purpose celebratingJhe opening; upi ofjt|}e 1 W, M. Eailroad to that point by a Barbacue.— It is said the cars will reach that plpce in a.few days. _ ¦ ' . Female Seminary.—We call special attention to the advt. of the ¦ Hagerstown ~ Femal<F3eminary m another "column.— It commences ' its seventeenth Scholastic y...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

, For.ihe Whge-Record. The Railroad , . Fkiesp Blabs.—i notice, .and ^ article in the Record pf :this weelj. in regard to the ''Miramar Railroad," , , and . that; you are to' have a meeting-in your place, and a survey. This, indeed, looks as though something "was.up, or is it but ^ sham of the Miraniar.Cbmpany,to;quiet other enterprises tending in/that way ,?„• • If in earn-4st I say go . ahead, for the beautiful; anjl enterprising village; of Waynesboro'~ deserves a railroad, and no ; town:ofnbte ' cah oroaner now -without it The : good'people of your town appear to be awake to the importance of such an enterprise, and^-Iwould saygo on, do all you can-; fbr-the. people of Franklin county are certainly deserving of all praise, and especially , the citizens of "JVaynesbproy for the zeal (and energy they have heretofore manifested: ¦:, There is a new EaUro^ii.pr.ojeot in view which is now, claiming, the -attention of the people, ofAeSduthern.coHntjes o " f our State, ' to run a ra...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

Correction.— ^ Some time since. we stated that Prof. Budd, whom we designated a^'a, Reverend, had gone over to the Church of Eome. We have been informed that the gentleman never was an ordained minister in the Reformed Church, but was simply a Professor in Franklin and Marshall College at Lancaster. He persistently refused to attend divine worship, and was dismissed from the College by Dr. JNevin as unfat, in a religious point of view, to associate with the faculty- and students of the College, whence the erroneous report was circulated that Eev. Dr. Budd had fused with the Romish Church. We understand the Professor belongs to a denomination called the Hicksites. We nope our co-temporaries who first originated the story of the Professor being a minister will correct it.—Valley Echo.. The New Yobk State Ciecus, comprising an army of the most celebrated performers in thecqustrainand gymnastic lists, is now-on its usualSummer tour, and will give a entertainments in this town on Sat...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

'Death of an* Old Max.—In 1814, when Pittsburg was but a village, an old man named Jacob F ^urnais, then aged about seventy years, came there from Can ada, and after a brief sojourn, he .proceeded to New Orleans in a keel-boat. That old man died last Saturday in Kansas City, at the age of one hundred and thirtyfour years.' Fournias was probably the oldest man living. He was ¦ a Canadian Frenchman by berth, but for half a century was a hunter and- a trapper in the if rench voyageurs, as they were called.— He was never si p k, and onl y a few minutes before-he died was walking about .the room. He said to his family in the morning that he would "Never see the sun go down again," and just before sunset ..the machine stopped, and the o}d man was dead. His age was entered on the census roll last year as 134 years, which is as near as, from the best evidence, it could be fixed. 8@,Tbere is a single field of 525 acres .of growing- corn .on the farm belonging Jto the estate of Jacob St...

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