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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

BOYS USING MONEY Is aot the right use of money an important part of education? If so can it begin too-early, or be neglected with safety? And where else can it be taught so well as in the house of childhood ? In' . the case of boys, a writer in the Congregational urges, upon parents a course of careful training, and says; The temptation which besets young men are never greater than when he first begins to spend ' money on his own account. In the case of most young men the power of these great temptations is largely increased from the fact that they had no training whatever in the use .of J money. "Many a boy goes fatally wrong upon entering college, because he finds himself then, for the first time, with money in his pocket, whilst he is without education and without sense in the matter o sbendiiJH it. . Many, a clerk is ruined in the same'.way. Why should it not be so? Everybody is aware that the heads of grown people are turned by the sudden accession of wealth. The follie...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

A Checkered Life. A Philadelphia paper gives some details o.f. the early life of Mrs. Wharton, now under arrest in Baltimore for the murder of her husband. It says Mrs. W., then Ellen G. Nugent, was born in that city 45 years ago. Her father, George Nugent, was a most prominent and successful merchant of the day, doing a large importingj)usuiess of Jine goods, silks, etc. In character he was strictly upright and honorable, living as it MereJbyJaJset_rule of firmness and justice to all. Of all Mr. Nugent's childrenhisdaughter Nellie .was the idol. He lavished every attention upon her that money could com- ¦mand. By the universal voice of those who knew her she was certainly a most .lovely girl. About twenty years .of age, of slender and graceful, yet queenly bearing, with magnificent jet black hair of unusual length, ' dark eyes, and fair complexion. It was about this time that she began to develop a passion that has ever since been'inordinate with her, and • that was the desire ...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

The Sea of Galilee. What the traveler, will sec when he catches his first eager glimpse of the limpid sheet of water Avill be a small ovalshaped lake, thirteen miles long and six broad. It is evidently of volcanic origin, 1 and the earth-quakes which have rent the walls of Tiberias, as wellaslhchotsprings at several places in the vicinity of .the lake, show that volcanic agencies are still at work. All along the eastern side runs a green plain, which, except at one spot (the probable scene of the destruction of the swine after the healing of the Gadarene demoniac) is every where about a quarter to a half a mile in width. Beyond this rises, to the height of about 2,- 000 feet, an escarpment of desolate-looking hills, scored byv'nrious ravines, and having a plateau at the top. As there are neither trees nor vlilages to be seen on that side, and no signs of cultivation", the view in that direction has a certain monotony, but, this ia atoned for by the air of mystery derived from it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

. - NATURES W4BSHIP. . BY J. G. ¦WHITTIEK. The harp at Nature' s advent strung Has never ceased to play: The song the stars of mourning sung Has never died away. And prayer is made, and praise is given, By all things ' near and-far, The ocean lopketh np to heaven And mirrors every star. Its waves are kneeling on the strand, As kneels the human knee, Their white locks bowing to the sand,— -The priesthood of the sea! . ¦ . They ..pour their glittering treasures forth, Their gifts of pearls they bring, And all the listening hills of earth , Take up the song they sing. - The green earth EendsfterirtfienB.e up From many a mountain shrike;; . From folded leaf and,dewy cup ' She pours her sacred wine. The mist above the morning rifls Kisewhjte as wings . pf prayer! The altar curtains of tb^hills Are sunset's purple ajr" The wind with hymns, of praise, a . re loud, ¦i Or low, with sounds of pain: , , The thunder organ of the cloud, ' The dropping tears, of rain. With drooping,head a...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

MARION'S SITNU6HT BY LOTTIE BROWU. Give me my supper, sis, I'm hnngry!" ¦ "And I'm so sleepy that I can't keep my eyes open." Marion' Dean looked at the two great boys with a heavy sigh, and laid aside the littls quilted hood and faded shawl. * "Let me rest a moment, Harry, and you shall have your supper. I have worked hard all day, and amweariedtodeath. Oboys, if you were only able to help me bear my heavy burden!" She pushed back the falling braids of brown hair, and .leanin g her head upon her hands' . What.a dull, hard life it . was! Work, work, work, from morning until night withno one to cheer her, nor any hope in the future! She looked at the sturdy youngsters before her, and wondered if she would over he able to do her duty by them. They must be fed, clothed and educated, and only her own poor, little hands to perform the task. She held them out before her, and laughed coutemptously. Poor, feeble things Were they competent to do. all these things. Harry called again ...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

BROKEN TIES BY J. MONTGOMERY. The broken ties of happier days, How often do they seem To come before our mental gaze, Like a remembered dreani. Around us each dissevered chain In sparkling ruin,lies; And earthly hand can-ne' er again Ignite those broken ties. The friends, the lo.yed ones of our yputh They tpo are goue or changed, Or worse than all, their love and truth, Is darkened or estranged; They meet us in the glittering throng, With cold averted eyes, 7'""' And wonder that we weep their w,rong, And mourn our broken ties, • Oh! who in such a w,orld as this, .jCould bear their lpt of pain, • Did not one radiant .hope of bliss Uncultured yet remain ? That hope the sovereigu Lord has.g iven Who reigns'above the skies; . Hope that unites' our souls to Heaven, . By faith 's enduring ties. ;Each care, each ill of mortal birth, Is sent in pitying love, To lift the lingering .heart from earth, And speed its flight above. And every pang that wrings the breast And every joy that ...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

See how the torid zone birds build their nest?, away out on the eud of a limb, so that the monkeys cannot seize their young. The monkey has to take a back, seat, look at the nest and grit his teeth and wink, but he dare not—he dare ' not tryit. Thehuramingbirdbuildsitsriestof non-conducting materials, so that the thunder-storm cannot spoil its eggs. It knew the mysteries of thunder Iongbefore Benjamin Franklin brought down a spark from a thundercloud. An indolent youth being asked why he was so shamefully fond of his pillow, to the manifest injury of his reputation, re plied—I am engaged every morning in hearing counsel. Industry and Health advised me to rise, Sloth and Idleness to lie still; and they give their reasons at length, pro and con. It ia my part to be strictly impartial, and to hear with patience what is said on both sides, and by the time the case is fairly argued, dinner is gencrallv on the table.

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

^ 8®*The dog days will end on the 28th. « B@k.A new steeple is to be built upon the Reformed Church at Hagerstown. —^=— » BSTThe Southern Penn'aT-RaiHioad-is now about completed to Mt. Pleasant. '« JOS?" See advertisement of Mr. John Dayhoff, Machinest, Rock Forge. BS?"An article on the narrow gauge railroad will be found on first page to which attention is directed. Bg&.The I. O. O. F. of this place will attend a picnic at Fairfield, Adams county, on Saturday next in full regalia, accompanied by the Waynesboro' Brass Band. They will leave here at 5J A. M. * » ¦B gk= The Judicial Democratic Conference met in Bedford last week and nomnated for President Judge of this Judicial district; Wni J. Bare, Esq. of Summerset county. » 5©J\Ir. Frederick Dellinger, aged So years, diedat his residence, near Williamsport, on the 2nd insf. He was a substantial farmer, and had amassed quite a handsome fortune. ' ¦ —• 1 . • The Mountain Echo.—This is the title of a paper published at M...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

Who will be the Candidates for .;¦ ," the Presidericy,(in» 187a?. y .: t (PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENCE.) / I Although the Presidential election does not occur until next year, politicians belonging to the respective parties, - are anxiously speulating upon the chances of either, party and the availability of the different statesmen mentioned in connection with the candidacy. The views of many prominent and -experienced politic* ians on the political situation have been published, and are attracting considerable attention. Among those who have been quite recently interviewed we may mention the well-kndwn Repnblican politician, Col A. K. McClure. It will be remembered that shortly after the inaugeration of Gen. GrantTthe^CoIohel ~callecf upon ' him' in the interest of a noted aspirant for cabinet honors, and was, to use a vulgarism "snubbed," Since them he and« Grant have been at the "outs" and he may be classed with those whom the President characterized as "disappointed men." Wel...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

THE R.H. QUESTION No loss than five different schemes for a railroad to this place are proposed, viz: 1; The Mirainar.. • " ' , -*' ¦ 2. The South Mountain., r . h 3. A imrrev-ga«<|fi from -Scotland, via Mt. Alto Iron Works. ,4. An esfceftston of the "Tape ^Worm? 1 5. A road from the Western Maryland to Marion. • ¦ " .- .• ' . / - -; Of.these the' first two 'companies have made definite propositions to uj—the others are merely suggested •' ; \ ' ¦ ')' ' —'Now'since . ^vhatever-our- ' abilityriHs unlikely that the citizens of this place ¦will subscribe more than sufficient money to secure any one of these roads," it follows that a division of sentiment and subscriptions -¦wonld -result- in-defeating them all. 'It seems.therefore imperative/ in order to secure, some railroad; ' that we should carefully cousiderthc various projects that have been presented;- decide with as little delay as possible upon some, onej-and-to-that-one-give-our—unanimpus and hearty support. We ...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

More about Rail Roads—Waynesboro' and her Interests. Mr. Editor:—A gentleman not residing in Waynesboro' said tome the other day- 1 —Waynesboro' aught to assume such a prominence as to attract the new projected Rail Road to her place. This wordattract here expresses an important meaning which at once throws the, necessity and responsibility of the town getting a R. R. upon the energy and liberality of her citi--zens^-The-phrasp. means t,hat_KS(pgg6ojV must draw tho Rail Road to herself and not slothfully flatter herself in the illusive expectation of being awakened some time by the miraculous arrival of the raging iron steed puffing, blowing and whistling -with Jiis-brazenJ.ungsJbr _ aH_entrancel_ in^ to the gates of her suberbs. There has been enough of interprise ^ about the town in the way of talk itfrannel the Atlantic or if we had a dollar for every time the word Rail Road has been mentioned the town could construct—a-R. R. from this plapc to the ' Pacific instead of from H...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS. Flour.—Tho best quality of family flour is now sold at the Fairview Mill of David Patterson at $5,50 per barrel, and mill stuffs of all kinds at correspondingly low prices. ¦ _ - 3t For Sale.—A valuable farm is offered for sale. For terms, &c. apply, to Lew. W. Deirich, Attorney at Law, Waynesboro', Pa. . Persons,wishing Chromos or Stereoscope views should call on Brackbill at once as he has reduced the prices. His styles are beautiful. JB©*It is strange that some families still submit to the drudgery of hand sewing when the Wilson Under-feed Sewing machine, warranted for five years, can be had for «45. A. E. Waynant, agent Exoelsiob.—So exclaims every one after visiting D. S. Smith's Hat, Cap and Shoe Emporium; and well may they .give vent to their feelings by the above exclamation, as it is the only word that could express the great popularity Smith's store is acquiring, by his producing Hats, Caps, Shoes and . Notions of the. best at prices that suit ...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

USS-Corns., Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and their atteinjahtills, have been, in years gone by, and ' will be in years to come, a sourse of much discomfort and unhappiness to thpse who are annoyed with them. By persistent efforts and untiring perseverence, 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 attested by all classes who havo suffered withCornsBunions, Ingrowing Nails,Chilblains, Frosted or Blistered Feet, &c.— Sold by druggists. Piles.—Look at those.features and see the agony depicted in the face. It cannot be helped while the trouble remains.— The suffering from piles is of a very aggravated decription. You cannot walkwith any comfort; you cannot ride in peace; you cannot sit with ease, and the suffering when attending to nature is almost unbearable, and causes such feeling of 'dread that is put ' off at great sacr...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

LAST JNOTICE.—There are quite a number of our patrons who are 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 fnoro-acct-ptable family nap** 1 *¦ by fpTiitiiy 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 \nstead of increasing.. Under these circumstances, %o 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 have therefore no other alternative left us but to drop from pur list the names of such patrons, which we purpose doing after the first of September This done, we will make an effort to secure in a lawful manner the amount of these arrearages , and where we fail will deal 'With the parties as we ha...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

<$0tpn:; and (S/.ouuin) the .wkinmw. wiyun -record , Published eveby Thtksday Mqmusg By W. BLAIR. TEEMS—Two Dollars per Annum if paid within the year; Two Dollars and Fifty: cents after tho expiration oT the year. ¦ ADVEETISEMENTS-^-One Square (10 ¦ Jines) three insertions, $1,50;-for each subsequent insertion, Thir-#ve Cents per Square. A liberal discount made to yearly adver-. .. . ¦ tisers. ' ;', ' ' " : LOCALS.—Business Locals Ten Cents per - . line for the first insertionSeven. Cents for subsequent insertions

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

nonce • aug 17,—4w JOHN S. DAYHOFF. ^WSWcWea p stores HAGERSTOWN, MD. AND WA YNESBORO', PA. CALDWELL & CO., Dry Goods Smashers! ¦ and Benefactors of the Human Race in the matter of Cheap Goods!—Genuine "Drives!" Real Substantial Bargains! Our headquarters are at HagerstownMd.—the well known Cheap Store by the Court House—our first great outpost at Waynesboro', Pa., and our skirmishers in the Auction Rooms and the Custom Houses in Neyv York City. With such facilities for doing business, is it any wonder wesell goods CHEAP ! "Wide Awake!" is our motto—And Keep the Money Moving! A nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling, and half a loaf considerably better than no bread. The old time-worn and slothful methods of doing business don't suit us. We pay CASH for -every thing,, thus saving a large per centageon our purchases; and wo sell for CASH ONLY; thus avoiding the losses that are sure {© follow the credit system and which are made up on good paying customers.. We b...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871

GOOD NEWS CAN BE HEARD AT THE STORE OF WM. .A.. |iEID. - i ¦ X '. * * " ,.''. '¦ .! ¦ ¦ " ' K .• -• ' . ¦- S - *¦ I have just bought in tho East a choice stock of goods., A full supply of. ¦ • - : COFFEES, TEA8, ; RICEWHITE SUGARS, (Coffee, cracked loaf and pulverized.) P. R. and N. O. Molasses and SyrupsDried Fruit, Sugar-Cured Hams, Smoked Beef &c, In the way of Pure Spices and baking articles generallyand flavoring,articles, &c, the quality stands unsurpassed. Do not forget to look at our 10 cent and levy sugars. I amjprepared to keep with the market. CHEESE.—The very best quality on hand winter and summer. mMmm m mmmm I get my goods fresh from the factory of James Mason and Co. Have many different kinds. The newest thing out is tho "Imperial." — FRESH AND-SALTED FISH:— The Fish department we keep up fulland will play second fiddler to none. • All thro' the proper.season we get string fishiced shad and herring. We sell-sound -fish andsell them right that is the ...

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