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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

( Communicated.) ., The New School House is a topic' discussed by many of our citizens. Leading men think that "we are not building for a day." They think that the school house tm&grounds should be convenient and beau-Tiful7 J "Th1rtHousands of "dollars expend^ ed should serve the wants ^ of children- for years to come. An ex-director on a visit here, says that the play grounds shouldbe - divided into four apartments—for the different schools. A thousand dollars additional expenditures, in the purchase of more play ground surface—is well invested. A splendid-School House crammed into a small space is almost as good as none.— It will be an object that disgusts parents and teachers. Give . children plenty .of room for'healthful plays, and they will learn much more than when deprived of it. AH are-interested in this great work. ¦ • ¦ . ¦ ' : ¦ w" ^ ' ¦

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

• JC©"This week'we surrender our space to railroad correspondents. It, will be seen that .there are no less than three ' roads in contemplation. Each being thus repre sented we fprbare comments of our own for the present. If we are to succeed, however, in ever getting # road, there must be less falt-findipg and more unity of purpose among our.people. The old saying, that ?'it is not good to put too many irons in the .fire at one time," will hold good, we think, in regard to railrpods gs welj as ntTiAr matters. ¦ • • ¦ BSfA good newspaper does more to wards building up a town and country than any. fither- public institution, and gets less for it . . {©•Persons owing this office will Bpeci-r ally favor us by calling and settling their accounts, at once. We have Deen at a heavy expense lately and murt have money to meet our obligations.

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

B©*Miss Mary W. Dickey, a well known resident of Greencastle, died at that place, on Wednesday of last week, in the 55th year of her age. In her Will she made the following bequests to the Church: To %j Board of Church Extention, $500; to the Board of Domestic Missions, S500; to the Presbyterian Church of Greencastle, for support of ministers, $1000. B©.Mr. John Noble, an old and prominent citizen of Carlise died on Thursday of last week at ..the age of sey,enty-six yeatfs,' ^ , , «©-The Rev. T. C. BiUheimer,pf Shippensburg, Pa., has been unanimously elected to the pastorate of the Trinity Lutheran Church, at Hagerstown, Md. • KB-Big watermelons are three cente apieee at Ncwbern, North Carolina. . Gbpbj^oA^s. -r-Somewriter^epitomizes the jkrguiijeijteiiij ' faydrljof, good'iiraA&^- "Gopd poads benefit ' every >oe " residing along thejr course. Good roada stive hoise flesh; they facilitate the tf aospprtatioii .of produce to marketj; they lend attractive ness i...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

¦ 33EATHS. Near this place on the 16th day of June 1871, Mr. Lewis S, Waddle, aged 28 years, 7 months and 26 days. ¦ On the 28th ult, hi Greencatle, of Consumption, Mrs. Theodore Kooijts; hi the 29th year of her age.-In Greencastlo, pn the 25th ult., Florence A., infant daughter of J. N. & M. C. Dentler, aged 3 months and 4 days.-Go to thy rest my child Go to thy dreamless bed ¦ • Gentle and undenTd AVith blessing on thy head. Fresh roses in thy band Buds on thy pillow laid ¦ . - Haste from this fearfulland Where flowers so quickly ikde. Because thy smiles were fair, Thy lips and eyes so bright, Because thy cradle-care • Was such, a fond delight. ' - -.. .-¦ ' ' •:', ¦ •¦ ¦ J.M.D.

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

School Building.—Mr. Elias Both of New Oxford, Adams county, Pa. has been awarded the contract for building the new School House in this place, for the sum" of $13,479.00. The building is to be'purt under roof this fall and completed bjr, the first of June nest. The site selected for the purpose is the Western School House lot. As-there seems to be great dissatisfaction in reference to the selection of the old ground as a site for the new building, we take the liberty of calling the attention of our Board of Directors to a lot of ground at South end of Church street owned by John Philips, Fsq., .which we regard as a more central and very desirable location. We further learn that the lot can be had rm •fsMmrfl.Mp terms ' .

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

eluding. superfifte;iiit'4,75@^l?j,, extras at ^OO^SjSQ^W^iishiandMiniiesbtb extra family afr$6,S0@7,25,0hi<>;£hd other western winter wheat do. do^ at $Bj75@7,-25, and'fency lots at^S7,5O@8;.5O.; No change in rye, flour, .or.'brim meal; small sales of the former at $5,25@5,50 per barrel, ... ' < r . ' ,. ; :' -" '.-. :' , - . ¦ GEAIN.—The offerings of .new wheat are liberal and the demand limited . , with small sales of western at $1,33@1,35 and. and ameer at Sl,40@ per bushel/ Eye is steady at 75e. Corn comes in freely and the market is dull; Sales, of 4,000 bushels at 7Q " @72c for yellow and 67@68e for western mixed. Oats are dull; bu* ;about 4,000 bushels were:sald:.at,.5^@§7c fbr new southern and Pennsylvania; and" 70c for old. white western: .'

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

Fbte KAH78.—On Friday evening last this section was visited, with two refreshing showers, the most copious of the season. A couple of miles Northeast of town we learn the storm was more' severe and that hail fell in considerable quanties, damaging to some extent cornfields on the farms of Aaron Funk, IsaacTShockey, Esq., Morrow Burns, Jos. 'M. Hess, and others. To these several fine showers have since beep added. The corn, potatoes and pastures fields in consequence have been much revived. Should seasonable weather be continued the .fall crops must yield much more abundantly then what was anticipated n. rnnKlp! of -wppIcs nsro. P^gr oF, Dr. M/ JACQP9.—Eev.Dr, Mich^ek'Jacobs, for more t;han ; 40 ' years $ cit}^;ofGettysburg,;die4 at his residence on Saturday moming.}ast aged! 63 yesars 6 months and 4 days. The deceased came to this placq in April ,1820, and assisted his brother in the "Gettysburg Gymnasi um" ftr one year. His brother dying'be. had charge of the,school until 183...

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

MAS.:. JfcQ ' ¦ WAYNESBbEO/ MARKET. i • - (CORRECTED WEEKLY.) - . ' . BACO&. clO HAMS.; 14 - BUTTER 20 EGGS...;-... ........;....;....."..........16 LARD :..... ,. 10 POTATOES ?.... 90 APPLES-Dbied «W APPLES—Green...'...... ; • ' • '. 60 HARD SOAP.-... -. r 8 Philadelphia, July 31.-FLOUR.—There is no life in the broadstuff market, and hi flour thetransactioni are confined to a few hundred barrels, in

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

THE WAT5BSB0E0' ' tlhlAW ' »MW?i P psiisHEn^EBf'TwipsDAif MojuJ?Kq . • By.W, BL/AIR, . TEEMS—;Twq Pbllars per Annum if paid " within theyiar; Two Dollarsand ' .: Fifty cents after the expiration . of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS—One Square (10 lines) three insertions$1,50: for each subsequent insertion, TbirfiveCejrtsperSfluare. Aliberal discount made to yearly advertisers. LOCALS.—Business Locals Ten Cents per line for the first insertioi}Seven Cents for subsequent insertions,

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

Naeeow Escape.—On Wednesday night of last week an altercation took place between two young men in this place, Geo. Warner and Sidenham -Pilkington. In the melee the former discharged seven shots from a revolver, three of which took affect, two in the face and one in the side. The balls-were removed by Dr. J. M. Ripple, and the wounds fortunately found to not be dangerous. This was certainly a most miraculous escape from instant'death on . the part of Pilkington. No" arrests liavp t.liiiR fn.r been made.

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

¦ &2i-Not many miles from Boston a certain farmer owned a : contrary ' Horses.— While driving home ' .with a^loacjfc;bf' hay some time since, the horse concluded* , not to moye any further; whereupon the farm #r pulled out a quantity of the hay placed it under the horse and set fire* to it—The fire had the desired effect, for it obliged the horse to move. He started forward just enough to ' clear the flames and the entire load,-with the wagonwas 1 destroyed, the farmer having as much as he could do to clear the horse from the wagon in season to save his life. ¦ •

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

PRIVATE SAIE ; : : : ; "' ¦ The subscriber offers at Private. Sale his House and Lot of groundsituated on the road leading from Antietam Junction to the Union School House, adjoining land pf Da? vid E. MillerSimon Lecro ' neand others.— The lot contains about one acre. The improvements are a one-story Log House, ne\y Fram Stable, good CisternHog Pen, aew Bakjj-Oven. About forty fruit trees ' on the lotapples, peaches and pears. ¦¦ ; The whole is enclosed with stone anjj pailing fence. If ^QL&<MJ^£otS-Saturj layJh£l2GtlL-da-y~of-Au^ gust, it will be offered at public sale on that day-atX£Mock,_P. .M. ___! Aufj.3—ts SAMUEL BAEEE.

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

JJAG^TOWXrEVM HAGERSTOWN , MD,; Will commence its Seventeenth Schojastio Year, on Mondayj September 4tfc It will continue to offer superior educational advantages, with watchful andearnest care for the health and comfort of its pupils. It is ¦widely known for the rare beauty and sar lubrity of its location. , Expenses moderate. For Catalogue address, ReV. W. F. Evster , Principal, Hagorstown, Md.; or C. W.Humrickhouse, or J. C. Bridges, Esqs., Baltimore, Md. faucS—3m

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

IAST UTOTlCE ALL persons indebted by note. or account to the estate of Henry Bespre.aie hereby notified to pay their indebtedness without delay to the undersigne4 and save costs. D. B. " RUSSELL, 0LIVP&BESOBE, aug 3-^3t] . Assignees.

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I'or Diseases of the Throat and longsb, such as CoughsColdsWhooping. Cough, Bronchitis, Atrtnma, Probably nevor before In thoTTholehlstwyof medicincrhaa-any thing-won bo widely acfl to—deeply npon tho confidence of mantind, as this excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints. Through along scrica of years, and among most of the races of men it has risen higher and higher in their estimationas it has become better known. Its uniform character and power to cure the various affections of the longs and throat, have mailo it known as a reliable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease and to young children, it is at the samo time tho most cllcctual remedy that can be given for incipient consumption, and tho dangerous affections of the throat and lungs. As a provision ngainat sudden attacks of Croupit should lie kept on hand in every familyand indeed as all are sometimes subject to colds and coughsall should be provided with this antidote ...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FI1HE alarmirng increase in the number of JB. frightful accidentsresulting in terrible deaths and destruction of valuable property, caused b y the indiscriminate use of oils, know under the name of Petroleum, prompts us to call your special attention to an article which willwherever usedremove the cause of such accidents. We allude to CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FOR ILLUMINATING PURPOSES. . ' The proprietor of this oil has for several years felt the necessity of providing for, and presenting to the^pujjjic, as a substitute for the dangergwscdmpounds which are sent broadeastWjvcr the country, an oil that is safe, brilliantand entirely reliable. After a long series of laborious and costly experiments, ha has succeeded in providing, aud offers to/the public, such a substitute, in "GARSON'S STELLAR OIL" It should bo used by every family because it i3 saSJ boyond a question. The primary purpose\n the preparation of STELLAR OIL has fteen to make it Perfectly Safethus...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

I PSB.HT II;Wli A PENNY MADE! SAYS. THE OLD ADAGE. Wellhow and where is the place t# do it J wherever" you can use your money to the best advantage; and , popular opinion has long since given the palm to . STOVER & 1VOIFF, W for keeping the best nnd cheapest store; all they want is for buyers to call arid examine their fatock and convince themselves of what they say, Our stock consists of the following articles: Iiadics Di-ess Goods—Such as Alpaccas, Reps, 'Mohairs, i Poplins Arinuns, Delaines, English Velveteens, Opera Cloths, Repellants, &c, &c. MEN'S WEAR. ClothsDoeskin CassinieresCordsSattinetts, Cottonudes, Linens, Tweeds, &c, &c. LADIES CUSTGbS-MADE SHOES, in Lasting and Morocco, cheap. GK.OOE3aiES We have bought large, consequently cheap. All our goods have been bought at panic pricesconsequently wo are enabled to undersell those who bought before the decline. BgL>Call and seo, and we will prove to you what we say. ALL KIND...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 3 August 1871

A WONDER OF MEGHAN ll ICAL SIMPLICITY. The Mod Practical Sewing Machine in the World. THE McLEAN .& HOOPER ; Elastic Lock-Stitch FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Warranted to do the -whole range of Family Sewing with more rapidity, with more ease of management and with ' less fatigue to the . operator than . ^ any Machine now in use. * PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLARS! It requires no extra attachment for embroideringBraiding and Gathering. It takes the thread directly from the spools, thus saving trouble and economizing time. It requires but one foot to move the treadle even in sewing the heaviest fabrics. It is mane of the best steel, and at all points of wear case-hardened. Its chief points are Unequalled Simplicity j Quietness of Operation, Bate of ifanagement Mapidity of Execution. ' Non-liability to drop Stitches or break thread.-Having a straight needle and the shortest in <US§, B Simplicity of tension, Ease of managing it. Embroidering by n mere change of spools. Braid...

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