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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

B®»Thomas J Duncan, df Pittsburg who died in Ireland some time since, bequeathes the'sum of $30,000 to Bishop Simpson (Methodist Episcopal), of Philadelphia. Mr.'Duncan made a tour of the Holy land, accompanied by \Bishop Simpson, to whom he was greatlyNattached . Mr. Long, of Philadelphia andthe Bishop have been appointed his executors. The residue of the estate is to be divided between the • executors. This it is thought, will increase the bequest to about $40,000. J6©~The National Labor Union have called a convention " to meet at Columbus, Ohio/on the third Wednesday in October to nominate candidates for President and Vice President Oov. Geary is understood to be the favorite of tha .organization in thi3 part of the country, and may be the nominee for President. The managers claim to hold the balance of power, but it may become a question whether to make a seperatc nomination or decide between the Republican and Democratic nominees. < £©*According to the xeport of th...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

-'./.. ¦• -• ' ,*. • : :COMMUNICATED.* . Me. Blaie.—There4ttting been sever al rout3 named in your: paper lately for-i Railroad to Waynesboro'suppose youal low me to recommend ^ rout tnat'will sUi all parties. Say frpm Waynesboro to th' < Western Maryland Railroad would be les: than six miles, then from Waynesboro'.tc the Cumberland Valley R. R. near Man an, where the Loudon and Mercersburf R., R, connect would be ten (Stiles .more makine altogether sixteen miles; then w< would nave a Railroad to Chambersburg by a shorter rout than it would be by waj of Mt. Alto, But caa the money be rais -e d - t.o . bujild^la < wd? Lt ^t ub am. Al the upper end of the road we will have the Lpifdon - and Mercersburg R. R. to helj and atthelowerend, the Western Maryland R. R. and Baltimore City besid es. arid~all this v hqlp wouldcertauil y be as goodas the Pine Grove'or the Miramai hel y could; be. ^ We-can show the large capitalists of Baltimore that it is eighty miles less-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

Thnroday, August 10,18frl TKEB*l tBOAirQuiSTioN.T-The rail load problem; I see % your paper, is a ^ in engaging tJwattentioii of your peo .pie, 4ind { trust there is Vfair prosped this time of securing a railway. The progress of riilroa4'enterprises ir this country is something truly wonderful and we are the more astonished when we consider the fact that the first railroad is the United States was constructed no longer ago than W<K>,.in wnich.;ryear about 23 miles of the Baltimore and Qhio were opened and run by hoife-jjwjref.} It was not long thereafter when steam was applied as a motive-rower, .In.-1840 there . -were-about-3 i 00Q-mUe3-of ^ road 1 in J -opera> tion; in 185O"9;00D miles ;iul860 over 30,000, and in the last decadet (froin I960 to 1870)therailroa(lmileagehadincreased notwithstanding the interruption,, to enterprises of the Kind during the " ' war, 1 —to the wonderful exte«£ofabout 54,000 mil-. - It does i;ot speak well for the enterprise of...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

fcAgT NOTJIC$, -"-There are quite a, number of our patrons who ' sroj largely in. arrears for subscription. We made our purchase of a new press and material —an item of over $1,000—with the expectation that this class would show their appreciation of our efforts to furnish <a more acceptable family paper, by calling and settling their accounts, but we have been disappointed;. Six weeks have passed since the first number was - issued, and our cash receipts have been decreasing instead of increasing. Under, these circumstances, to furnish paper, 'ink -and labor, and continue the paper to a class of persons who have not paid us a dollar for years, is more - than our circumstances will justify. We hft ve therefore no othp.r alternative lelt, ua but , la-urop-irom ourlist the names of such patrons, which we purpose doing after the first of September. This done r we^flfijl-make-an-effortr-to-se^ cure in a lawful manner the amount of these arrearages , and where we fail w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

A ! f j < - s « ] s - * ¦WAYNESBORO'MARKET. (corrected weekly.) BACON.... • clO HAMS vyW BUTTER...:.... ,- 2l) EGGS :.: , • ™ LARD......'. • : 10 POTATOES : «> APPLES— Dried....;. 7<> APPLES— Ghees ; 60 HARa SOAP..- ¦¦ ' '..•¦• vG PHILADELrHTA, August 7. FLOUR.—The flour market w quiet, the demand teing exclusively confined to the-irnmediate wants ofthehomeconsuto ers, whose purchases foot up 600 barrels, including superfine at' 84.75@5, extras fit $5®5:S7t, Minnesota extra family at $6150@7.12}; Pennsylvania' do. do. at 5. t 62i@6.25,Ohiodo. do. at 6.75@7.12J and fancy brands at 37.50@8; 50, as in quality- Rye may be quoted at 95. , GRAIN, —There is a fere deinand for wheat for shipment, but ' tie local buy sparingly; sales of 10,000 bushels of new western red-part, at $1.81(3)1.33. and part on" private terms. Eye » unchang ed; 8,000 bushels new sold at a secret price. Corn is.less active: sales of yellow at 68c, and 2,000 Tmshels western mixed at 66c,...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

J & Lm VEGETABLE SICILIAN JtwA- 'HAIR. msmSS^ME^EWER Is the best article ever known to • RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL YOUTHFUL COLOR It will prevent the Hair from falling out. Makes the Hair smooth and glossy, and do.s not stain the shin as otlicrs. OUR TREATISE ON THE HAIR. SENT FREE BV MAIL. R*. HALL & CO. Nashua, N.H. Pitofbietohs. For sale by all druggists.- MABBIAG-ES. - At the residence of Mr. Jacob Bassler, in Quincy township, on the 8th- inst., by Rev. Aron C. Wingert,Mr. Joseph Basslee, ofMorisons Cove,Bedfbrd Co. Pa.,to Miss Laura. -Knode, of Ringgold Mdi . DEATHS.

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

In Ringgold Md., on the 5th inst, Mr-Henby Motz, in tho 28th year of his age. • ' •. • Near this place, on the 3d irist., Mtktle,.infant daughter of Benj.- and. Susan Funk, aged S years and 6 months; - . . Near. the Marsh Rnn,:6n;the30fli ulfc, Rachel, infant daughter of Samuel and Rachel Shank, aged 4 months and 2 days. Fair as the.snow drop in, its bloom, Dear little llacherpassedaway Into tlie dark and silent tomb, Her little form to lay. . .. Dearest Rachelfare theo well, With sad. sad' hearts whe yield our trust lent to us a little tvhile; " ' Then-called into thy native-dust. Lovely pet, thy stay was brief, . 3ut angel spirits bid thee come, ' • From thewoirld of caro and grief, To rl^eir ever happy borne. '

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

' • , DrmiERiA. Cujped wjth Lemon Juice. MSoijap time ago-Dr. Reviilout, in a paper pnijsented to, the French Academy of Medicine, asserted tba-tjemon juice h one of the most efficacious medicines which ca.n be applied to diptheria, and he re^ lates that when a.dresser in the hospital his own life was saved by this timely application. He got three dozen lemons, and gargled his throat with juice, swallowing a little at the same time, in order to act on tho more deep seated parts, ' The Doctor-bad-noted-numerous-cases-of-com plete success obtained by this, method of treatment. ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

Iiook. at the List HATS for Men and Boys; All the Latest Styles BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS For MenJindJioysjEeajv-Ladie3SurgGaiters, —' • ' At very low prices. \ Also, Ladies Shoes, —„ " ' Latest and Best Styles. Misses andChildrens Shoes in great variety Our Motto is not to _he_undersold. iPSMi, WATCHES, CLOCKS, GOLD PESS, WATCH CHAINS 1 Finger Kings, CharmsBracelets, and ' a great variety of other things pertaining to the Jewelry Business. paper; mtum$ mm cum, ¦ . .Neckties, ' . Suspenders, Driving : and Kid'Glove ' s; a large stock ' of all kinds Fancy Goods and Notions. Tofoacco, Segars and Snuff. ¦ ' of all kihds.and.varieties. B®. "patchesclocks and Jewelry repaired at short notice and warranted. - Thankful for past favors he hopes by fair dealing to all to merit a continuance of public patronage. June'29,1871. . E. ELDEIT. A WONDER OF MECHANA ICAL SIMPLICITY. The Most Practical Sewing Machine in the , WvrU. THE McLEAN & EOOPER 1 Elastic Lock-Stiteh. FAMILY S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

¦ ¦ ¦ THEirobseribors will sell at Public. Sale, onFriday Ac, 1st 'day of September, 1871; their ' . . .. ' ¦ IOPEWiL MILL PEOPERTF, BitvmtedSmileseastof .Waynesboro ' Franklin countyPa., on thebig-Antietem, twp public roads crossing each otb.cr.at the Mill, The property, consists of about 22 actea of first-rate land, upon which are thefo^lowing improvements : The well-known nrst-class —Houring^MiHrlfnrrTO^the^opBweHTMill,, with four run of etone, 3 pair bursand one pair chopping stones2 .over-shot' water ¦ wheels 17 feet high, with 22, feet head and ' fell, first-rate; water povser. The Mill is in complete running orderthe null house be- 1 ing puilt in every part, of the very best materialand in. the most substantial manner. This Mill, is regarded as one of the best in the countybeing located very handsomely and in the midst of a thickly, settled neighborhood, commanding a largo home trade and in one of the finest grain growing sections in the entire Cumberland^aUpy. ¦ The other ...

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

ROSADAIIS O TflE INGREDIENTS THAT COMPOSE ROSADAUS are pabli*hed on every package, tha^e-, hrttilaKota. moot preparation, coDvraoontly . ' ' S PHIBIC1AS8PBKSCBIBKIT ( Itia a certain cu» for Scrofula, . Syphilis in all ttofonni, Rbemna-I usn,Skin Diseaw* , Liver Complaint «uid alt<Ji»eam» of tho -" " ' ' ~i Blood - - —_-- ---. - ' ¦' ' ' ¦ A 0HB * B0mB .OP aO3iTAlJ5 .; will do more good than ten tattles of the Syrupa of Sanaparilla. THE UNDERUQNED PHYSICIANS ¦ ' - hawnsedRWadatointheirprBctice •^P^ for the past three years and freely m endorse it as a reliable Alterative • ¦ ¦ ' and Blood Purifier. M DR. T.O.PUGH, of Baltimore.. WBBr- DE.T.J.BOyKlN, " : ¦ - DK.B. W.CARK. " '^ raU RCtoANNEIXT." .. . M DE. J. S. 8PABKS, of NichoUMUls, M^k DB. 7. ' £. McCABTHA, CoJnmWa, •' ^C^^ DB.A.B.NOBLES,Eclg8C0mli,N.a tmt ^ tjgKD AKD EHDOESED BY! Li. B. WLENCH & SONS, FoU Elver, 1 ¦ ¦ ¦ Han; ' ¦ ' ' ' ' ' F. W. SMITH, Jaefcnn, Mich., (» A. F. WHEELEE-Um*. Ohio., B. KA£uUmM»t°. ...

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

C1RS0FS STELLAR OIL THE alarmimo increase in the number of frightful accidentsresulting in terrible deaths and destruction of valuable property, caused by the indiscriminate use of oils, know under the name of Petroleum, prompts us .to-call vour special attention to an article which willwherever usedremove the canse 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 public, as a substitute for the .dangerous compounds which are sent broadcast over the country, an oil that is safe, brilliantand.entirely reliable. After a long series of laborious and costly experiments, he has succeeded in providing, and offers to the public, such a substitute , in "CARSON'S STELLAR OIL" It should be used by every family because it is safe boyond a question. The primary purpose, in the preparation of STELLAR OIL has been to muke it Perfectly Safethus insu...

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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

if»tiirsa?s§ A PENRSY MADE! SAYS THE OLD ADAGE. Well, how and where is tho place to do it ? wherever you can use your money * to the best advantage; and pnqular opiii-_ ion has long since given the palm to STOVER «fc WOLFF, for keeping, the best and eheap-6st store; all they viiltt is for buyers to call and examine thoir i-toc-k and convince themselves of what tliuy «iv. Our stock consists of tho following articles: I<a.<Iiea Dress Goods—Such as Alpaccas, Reps, Mohairs, foplins, Armuns, ¦ . Delaines, English Velveteens, Opera Cloths, Rcpellaiits, &c.y &e. MEN'S WEAR. Cloth?, Doeskin CassimereS j Cords, Sattinetts, Cottonadu. *, . Laneus, Tweeds, &c, &i\ LADIES CUSTOS-MADE SHOES, in Lasting and Morocco, choap. G-KOCE 3ES.X ZE2 Si . We have bought large, consequently elrcap All our goods have been bought ;it panic prires, consequently wo tiro enabled to undersell those who bought bofortv tlio dei-lino. KSt.Call.ancl see, and wo will ...

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

For restoring Gray Hair to Us natural Vitality and Colorr ^ A. A dressing , wfaiefa _#M¥i is at onoe agreeable, <fBiBir Wealthy, and effectual JflPJH^B$ for '' preserving the — iISflnBM— hm,^J!ade<Lor-ffray ^JBluttMR ^ a2r ^ so on restored WmmiSMm , t i> its oryind color, fiHB 1 •** ae &SS and "jngENmk ^; f reshness of youth <8^^WB^ Thin hair is thick ened, ' felling faair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cored ¦M* ita Him . ^Tn^I«r««sw /inn wintn^M ^1«a lair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. Bat suon as remain can bo saved "for ¦us efulness by this application. ^ Instead of fouling the hair - with a pasty sedi ment, it 'mil keep it clean ana vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hail from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerqus, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor caa only ben...

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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

COON &!STONEHOUSE Respectfully announce to the public that they hav . e opened at their store room, on the South-west corner of the Diamand, in Waynesboro,' a large and well selected stock of DRV . GOODs, GROCERIES,- HARDWARE, - AND CUTLERY, Iron, Steel, Nails Coachmakers Goods of every description, Queens-wareCedarware, Shoes, CarpetsOil Cloths, Paints, Glass, Oilsvarnish Brushes, fish,,Salt, and all kind of Goods kept in a well regulated store. Our goods are all new and' fresh and have been -bought for cash at the late decline in prices. , • • , We flatter ourselves that from our long experience in business, and a determination to sell goods at small profits; we shall offer unusual inducements to buyerswho desire to save,money. Please call and see for yourselves. * , .• • We. have a large and well .assorted.stock of staple and fancy Dry Goods, embracing CLOTHS, CiSSIMBRBS, &«., SatinettsJeans, Tweeds; pottonadesCords; StripesChecks, Ginghams, Linen and C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

A VALUABLE HOMESTEAD! 'AT ' f- > W.TXT A T 1 "tn gA T ¦!E! THE subscriber offers her HOMESTEAD, situate in Washington Township, Franklin county, Pa., two miles South of waynesboro', along the Pike leading frorn Waynesboro' to Leitersburg, containing v ELEVEN -ACRES OP LAND, . more or less. The improvements consist of a good House, part Stone,,and part Log.' Roughcast, one and a half story high, with Basement'. An excellent Stable, Hog Pen, (nevvly built;) Wash House ^ Bake Oven and Smokehguse t _alLin_c.Qmplete-order. TTSFETNG OF EXCELLENT WATER! near the house. Cistern at wash house door, and all other necessary buildings. Also, a Fine Young Orchard of I CHOICE APPLE TREES! About SIXTY PEACH TREES, separate from apple orchardall in thriving and bearing condition. There is also, - A WATER-POWER CONNECTED with this property that could be turned into some account. This is one of the finest and most desirable HOMESTEADS in the neighborhood.— Soil in a high'state of culti...

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

RMBlNVALTDS DOITTDESPAIK iJ/P@ ¦t^^^l Thousands haro found rclieC and fludCil ¦MhI thousands will turn to this Mcdl- |£jmH . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ I cine, ancrcxnnustlng their panes HjMf^H 1 H^IbI and patience In 6earch of health. UaVaWB Giddiness of tlio headdullness of the roind, foetid breathcoated tongue, loas ofappetltc, pains and weak, neeslntheslomncli.cnlarjicnicnt of (ho liveryellowness oftho skinconstant lover anrt-thirstirllhatotBl ' disrelish fbr baalncss, pleannre or any kind of employ* ' ment. F.uikkbt'b Pasacea, lr taken and pcrsovcrcd i In for a tew dayswill rcmovo this wholo class of sjinp--1 toms. Thonnidsoftno body becomo pure, and mind clear, tho stomach strengthenedtlio tongue cleantho appetite Improvedand tho whole system so benefited that disease, In bad weather, Is less llablo to afflict you. ! Dr. P. FAHRNEY'S f H Celebrated Blood-Cleanser of Panacea, As a medicine lor children, the Fanacca IsIn crciy way, calcnlated to take the place of tho endless variety* , of drug...

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Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

PUBLIC S'Jk.31i!E3I THE subscriber will sell at Public Sale, at her residence 1-4 of a mile from Mt. , Hope, On Saturday, die 12& day of August, 1871, the fol'owing personal property, to-wit:. THREE HEAD YOUNG CATTLE, 1 a young Bull, rising 3 years old, 1 .heifer ; 1 three and 1 two-horse plough1 double and 1 single shovel plough, 1 cart1 heavy log chain, 1 two-horse spreader, 1-mixing trough, one large hand rakeone pair shafts, forks, rakesshovels1 maul and wedges, 2 axes, 1 wood saw and buck, 1 pair steelyards, 1.manure hook, and a lot old iron. Ifi55B JPSrSfff FPSvB, 3*sinks, 1 bedstead2 chests, 1 sett chairs, 1 rocking chair, 1 churn and buck, ono large meat vessel'! cook stove(No. 10,) pipe and fixtures1 rifle, (Johnston's make,) 1 large wool wheel,, tin-warefruit jarp,-buckets, pots, 2 wash tubs, 1 coffee mill, 2doughtrays, and many 'Other articles not 1 necessary to mention 1 ..:- "Sale to . commence at 10^ o'clock on .said day, when the terms will be niade kn...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871

OTIETAM MARBLE WORKS! H. WALTER &BRQ. - - MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Monuments, Tombe , Headstones , &c. <tc, WE call attention to our assortment of tha above, comprising the newest and most approved Btyles. Having 1 the adyantage of Water-Power, and a long experience in the ; STONE CUTTING . BUSINESS, we.are able to fill orders at the shortest notice and on most reasonable terms. - Give us a call at our Yard, near Antietam Junction, on the Waynesboro* and ^ H' agerstown Turnpike, two miles from trie'former place. Post Office.address, Waynesboro', Pa. > ¦ . ¦ ¦ * -. N. B. Orders can he left at the Village Rec ord Office and will receive prompt attention. April 3—tf. H.W.&BRO.

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