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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

BeaJThe Elephant is coming. «, ' ¦ Sohool House[fok Sale.—The School Board will sell the Eastern School House on Tuesday next. See Business Locals. «j-A reply to "Business" by "Citizen" was handed in too late for this issue. It will appear next week. AERivED?==JrHnIohnstonvgun-smith 7 is on hand with another lot of Pen-Knive Blades. J@-The readers of the Record are asked to excuse tho crowed state of its advertising columns for the present. The circus and "sale season" will soon pass by. Land Sale.—Mr. Daniel Brewer, residing near Upton, sold his farm, contain ing 234 acres, to Mr. Mosses Gingrich, for $17.000. Reai Estate Saxes.—Several Sales of valuable Real Estate will be found hi our advertising columns to-day to which we call special attention. . Sale of Vehicles.—Messrs. Hamilton and Morison will sell at public sale a large number of vehicles on 23d of Sep tember. See advt. 8®,Tke United Brethren Camp Meeting near Funkstown, in this county, closes to-morrow. The attendan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

[communicated. On the 1st day of August 1871 Samuel "Gelwix, SuptrorFrankluvcounty-heldan examination b the Village vof--Quiiicy Mr. J. W. Brown, B. E., having , taught there 8 months previously his class of pupils joined the class of teachers—in all 16 m number. The pupils of Mr. Brown passed a very credible examination—some mere boys yet—and received better 'certificates than some of those who have been teaching for years. Mr Brown is a graduate of the KeystoneSteteNormalSchoal this shows the value of our Normal School System. President, John Hemminger, formerly of Cumberland Co. Pa. would not concent-on the employment day of teachers for Quincy to have schools taught hereafter by a poorer teacher than Mr. B., and so, knowing that low wages would result in poor training in the school, he preferred rather to' have no school at all. He was determined in spite of all that Mr. — '¦ —could say against liberal salary, not let Mr. Brown leave the school at any figures. Mr. B.-asked $...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

IdSTEFEJ BL^A-DES:. '- ¦ A large lot'just received by Aaug.31-3m. J.H.JOHNSTON. ' MMWIMTM»W HftTI GE,. NOTICE is hereby given that letters o: Administration on the estate of. Lewii 8. Waddlelate of Washington township dee'd, have been,granted to the undersigned, residing in said township. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate will please make immediate paymentand those having claims will present them'for settlement to the undersign ed, or to his attorney, Jopenh . Douglas, Esq. Wayhesbqro ': GEO. W. WADDLE, . Administratorof LewisS. Waddle, dee'd. August 31,—6w. -' v* PUBLIC «ALE. ^liltlill £ '»¦ THE undersigned will sell at Public Sale at their old stand, Mechanic Street, Waynesborb', . . ON SEPTEMBER^. ATIf) O'CLOCK ' a large and varied assortment of B U 6 61 £ S A S J> 0 i R B1A G E S ;,. t' .. v, - Such as Shifting-itops ' , Falling and No-top Buggies; One aha Two-hoise Carriages, EockawaysGermantowns and Jenny lands. The above work ie monufiictured...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

/.;. ' v$i^^AS*^, Nfy.;* C|! jK f $ngtisl 2$ U7&, "M If :^. ¦. JU^ yj^ Keecn^v^ia^ In;your issue of Aligns* 17ffif 1ao# befifte me my attention.ris 1 <salle4 to m. artjjfcle therein signed "Citizen" headed "The Railroad Question; " towhich in a- few brief words I would reply. I s am not at,.present prepared to answer in full the matter as it deserves, but on my return. home I will in detail doso. At present^ I onl y wish to say this, the statements put form by so called "Citizen" are base fabrications from begining to end, I fully recog nize the author to be one largely identified and connected with the Miramar R. R. \ His attacks are made without the least semblance of truth. We Trere not' aware that we had competition in the field, and did not desire is the least to engage in any warfare of words—but since this .outrageous misrepresentation ' < has- appeared we are determined to reply to h and set the plain facts of the case truthfull y and properly b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS. SiVEibr-PoTATtaa;—GenKuWe *fer^» Sweet Potatoes received on Friday at W.A.Rei» '6 BAKEEii;—Alotof Molaasesand Sugar barrels for saleat . W. ' A. Reid's * • ; •¦ . . ' ' ' ¦ ' ' ,' ¦ - -' Grocery, PcsiJcSAUi—The Waynesboro ' School Board will offer the Eastern School House and Lot at Public Sale, on Tuesday-next at 3 o'ciock, P. M;. The House and tot will be sold- together or seperate. Terms to be made known on day of sale —Hoes&TOB-SAEEp^e-residence^pf 1 'the undersigned situated on Mechanic Street is offered at private sale. ' ...... W, A. Reid B®,Timothy Seed, Grain Drills, Cider Mills, Clover Hullers, Feed Cutters, Com Shelters, &c., at H. S. (jilbebt's Agricultural and Seed Store, Chambersburg Pa, . [aug 24—2w - 15 Teachebs Wanted.—The Washington School District board will meet at the Western School House in Waynesboro', on Saturday the 2nd of September, at 2 o'clock, P. M, for the purpose of employing fifteen teachers for the term of five mont...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

$i ' $ # n?m & (fifcjtu t v n SUAST NOTICE;.—There are quite a number of our patrons who. are hugely 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 per sons who have hot paid us a dollar for years, is more than our circumstances will justify. We hitve therefore no other alternative left us but to drop from our list the names of such patrons, which we purpose uoiiig iilter uit? Jimv iy vxptcTno&rr This done, we will make an effort to secure in a lawful manner the amount of these arrearages, and wher...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

MARKETS. WAYNESBORO' MARKET. (corrected weekly.) BACON ...„ clO HAMS , 2* BUTTER/ 20 EGGS.. ' . 18 LARD....: 10 1JOTATOES 75 APPLES—Dmed 75 APPLES—Ghbes 50 HARD <SOAP..: ....0 Philadelphia, August 28. FLOUR.—There is no essential change to record in the. flour market. There is a steady- home consumptive demand at full prices but shippers are not operating -to 4 any extent; sales of 600 barrels superfine at $4. 50@4. 75per barrel, extra!' at i&4.75@5.25, Springfield wheat extra femily at $6.50@7.25, the latter for good: Minnesota and Pennsylvania do. do. at $5.62>@6.25, Indiana and Ohio do. do. at88.50@7, fancy brands at &7.50@ 8.75. • . - * ; • • - . GRAIN.—There is less doing in wheat but prices are well maintained; sales of 2,000 bushels Western red ^at $1. 35® 1.42, amber at 1. 36; and Michigan white at 1. 60. Rye commands 75 cents. There is less activity in corn, and only 4,-000 bushels sold at 71 cents for^ellow, and 69@70c for Western mixed. Oat...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

TI1K W.mESBORO 1 VULA6J REC»E* . . Pddiished evert TucWD^StoaNiwJ - TEEMS—Two Dollars peV'Animm'iif paid within the year; Two Dollarsand Fifty cents after the expiration , ofthe^ear. • , / ; • ADVEETiS^MfiNTS—One S' gtaare: (10 lines) three insertioiis$150; for eachaubsequentiti8ertion'Thirfiye Cents per Square, A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. ' SjOCAIS.—BusinessXocalsTen Cents per Hue for tfce first insertionSeven Cents fur subsequent insertions.

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

3^C-A.ItItI-A.C3-SS On August 14th, at the Ridge Avenue M. E. Parsonage , by Rev. J. Lindemuth, Mr. John A. Babnes, of Birmingham, to Mrs Amanda' Wertzel, of Harrisburg.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

A FIRST-RATE BTPROPERn FOR SALE! THE subscribers will sell at Public Sale, on Friday the 1st day of ^September, 1871, their 1 BOPEWELLHOiWERTI situated 3 mileseast of Waynesboro'FranJ lin countyPa>, on the .big " Antietam, tw public roads crossing each other at the Mil . Th0 property consists of about 22 ncres c first-rate land, upon which are thefollowin improvements: The well-known first-clas Flouring Mill, known as the Hopewell Mil with four run of stone, 3 pair bursand on pair chopping stones2 over-shot wate wheels 17 feet high, with 22 feet head am fall, first-rate Ayater power,' - ' The Mill is ii complete running order ^ the. mill house be ing built m every p.art;; of the very best ma terialand in the most substantial mannei This Mill is regarded as one of-the best ii the cbimty,.being located very hnndsoniel; and in the midst of «,'thickly settled neigh ' borhood, commanding a large home trad and in one of the finest , grain growing sec tions in the entire Cum...

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

wa 'mk^sM^s^p^ f.,, y : ; "; ' ii ' •iliK ^ j, ' i.^l"'- 1 lp-f.;y; fl-KiffC Dry $^<ft% 3g£ vjn&xiiV.Hk and Benefactors of the Bhfinan Bace~>in the mattetofCKeaiCtoocW—Genuine, "Prhfesl'' Beal Substantial * £&&&&&&& m ters are W'3Pw™ H *mp9!>hr**a we H known Ch#rtl^byjfeg#urt f|rase-J our first greaj trat^ a$J$$^h$§ Pa., and our skirmishers in ffie; Aneban fKooma and the CuBtoaHonseaiii; New York City. With such #$itK*. for d6|to&ij^s K ia . it any wonder we ^^a^^E^B^pf:^ " "Wide A^6i"^tei^tf^&i^;)^p ¦t hri " Moii^f ;i Sfftmffloi¥'S^V' '>" ' ' "'- ' ' ' A nimble aiipence^^tt^thjii||| >w shilling, and lialfaloafreomaeflwly Wetter than 'no . bread. The old* tfiae.worn and slothful methods ofdoing business don't suit us. We pay CASH "tot . every thljag-thus saving a large «ereent^geon^oiir.purchaaas and we seUforU&SH ONjiY: thus avoiding to forlow tile creeui ...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

SMALL PROPERTY FORSALE f|*HE subscriber offers at Private Sale a - X small Tract of Limestone Land containing 20i Acres, situated 3 miles Southwest of Waynesboro 1 , Franklin county. Pa. The improvements c onsist of ONE AND A HA LF STOR YLOG HO USE and Log Barn. Wood and Wash House, a neyer-iailing well of water convenient to the house, with two cisterns to the buildings; also a good Apple Orchard with a variety of choice fruit, such as pears, peaches, cherries, grapes, &c. aug24-ts] ANDREWSENGER. IIIMVX STELLM OIL! ' ¦ W' - . '••' j K \ *^ > ¦ ¦ -.. ¦ - ... . npHE alarmimc increase in the riurnber of JL frightful a«cidents, ' resulting in terrible deaths and destruction of valuable property caused by the indiscriminate use of oiis, know under the name of Petroleum, prompts us to cal| your special attention to an article which willwherever usedremove the cause of such accidents. We allude to CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FOR ILLUMI NATING'PURPOSES. The proprietor of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

aeK ' T3TA T WtD Every year increases the popn' » Ukrity iof/this.valuable.^air rnta-J K^u^mam 4^- 04?r*o ;me«t -alone. We can assure our oTd patrons that it is kept fully up" to its high standard; and it is the on-/ lv ieUable and perfeote^ prepaxa - . uon for leatorinff Geat ob Faded HAmto its yontbibl color, maUng , it soft, lustrous, and a]ken. The B(^p,byiteasft becomes white and ; clean. It remotes all eruptions and dandruff and, by its tomo proper-- ties, prevents the hair from falling ouVaa ifrsttautowes and nourishes . the hair-glands. By its use, the : hair grows thicker-and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extteme old age. It is the most economical Haie-Dbkssing ever used, as it requir es fewer applications, and^vei jthe hair a splendid, ^MD, State Assaye^ro fMafflachu^ setts, saya, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for ex-¦ cellent quality; and I consider it the; Best...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

THE subscriber informs .the-public thai he is proprietor of the Buss hie running dail y between WayneaboW, and . Geencastie, heretofore run by AVplfontberger&Ston-«r. With good horses and a fitst-class, fourhorse Omnibus he is enabled to convey passengers to and fro with comTort and convenience. 1 ¦¦ ¦ ' ¦ •-;,! ' ¦ ' ¦ " ¦ ¦ •'¦' r, His Boss will leave Wayneshoro', Bt6J A. M.; arriving.at Greenenstleat 8,: nuking quick time and. sure connection with the ftrst Passenger train ' at 8J A. "M , Leave* Greencastle nt 5 o'clock; Pv Jfe:' arriving al AVaynesborb\at6'45.~ He is himself Ph* prietor, • Contractor and Driver. -. ¦ . Delivers -^Adoifis Express nmtte? .to, and from; . Greencastle. All Express matter expressed the same morning and .through toWayneybbro' the same day it arrives./ Persons-wishing to send goods by Express will do well ; by giving him a'call. - Persons wishing to ' "go,tc Hagerstownshould.-take, this rout.-., The train leaves at a 15 making connection...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

they have opened * att.thext store room, on th« 8quth-fltest cotSbsV'W the Diamondin W^yiipBboro,' a larM\a&d well" selectecl . .'• ' ¦:} ' ; • -;. ¦Oo&im^ \ ' . " - . .. ¦ - '¦ fR^'GOODs, ^f<!% : ' ,:; ' .'¦; "- ¦ ! r- i ¦ •' : ¦ '^fOX^W^$i4:'&A:\ ¦ ' Iron, S^liN^iilsCda^ina^e^Go of ey-<)aa,.-Wrmsh Brushes, Fiafe; gulii,and al :ldadofG4^:kefi^^9U^r^^t^8t<ttc vvb onreeivea inai irom ' - . naraer^. pur 4 A«BS e:q>eriTO<« in business, and a detenninatioii to 6ellcocKls 'at8niallpro'fifa f :w(3 shall offei iunusuaf inducements to finyers'who desire to; savft m69ey.i TJease-call-and ¦ 'ieo; for yourselves. ¦ :.?: " ., . ¦" {-; '-¦"¦: We have a large and well essortodstoclt of staiile and fancy Dry Goodsl? einBrociog ( LOTUS. HSS1MKKKS. AtL SatinettaJeans, Tweeds, CqttonadesCords; Stripes; Checks, Girighanis, linen and Cotton Table Diapers, Crash for towels, Cali-— 3—coea^DerajngpAb paccas;— , ~,—; Fancy; DIEESS GOOBSj; DRUXI...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

A WONDER OF MEGHAN n. ¦ ' ICAL SIMPLICITY. The Mod Practical Sewing Machine in tlte ' World. ., THE McLEAN & HOOPER -" r Elastic Lock-Stitch FAMILY &EWiyG MACHINE. ' . Warranted to do the whole range ' ; of Family Sewing with more ra-. : pidity, with more ease of. ¦ •- . management and with• ¦ ' ,. " ¦• less<fatiguetothe. . '• :¦ - , < . • operator-.thaii: ,. .». -. - - ,. ?" ">¦ .. .anyMa- . . . . ¦ . chine now in use. "PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLABS! It requires no. extra attachment for embroideringBraiding and Gathering. It takes the thread directly fronxthe'Spools , thns saving trouble and economizing time. It requires tout one foot to move the treadle even in sewiag the heaviest fabrics. o-, It is mane of the bent ' etecl. and at all points of wear case-hnrdehed., ' Its chief points are Unequalled Simplicity, - • Qutctneee of Operation, . ¦ Ease of Management ¦\' Jiupidity of Execution, i!; , " ' A' on4tabUitt/ to drop ¦ " , -y Sitchts o...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

A VALUABLE liO^STEAD! • ; ' at ¦ "- s_ • ¦ THfe subscriber offers her HOMESTEAD, situate in Washington Township, £rank> lih county, Pa.two miles South of Waynesboro',. along the Pike leading fromAVoynesiboro' to Leitersburg, containing • , ; ELEVEN ACRES OF LANB, : jnoie.JQrJe8s. __The improvements consist of Ta ~ g<>o^~rlouser-part-b r tone--and-paf£=EoK Roughcast, one and a half story high, with Baseitieht. An excellent Stnble ¦ Hog Pen, (newly buiU;)- Wash House, Bake Oven and Stnokehouse,- all in complete order. A SPRING OF EXCELLENT WATER! near the house. Cistern at wash house door, and all other necessary buildings. Also, a ! 1 Fine Young Orchard of CH.OICE APPLE TREES! About SIXTY PEACH TREES, separate from apple orchardall in thriving and bear-: ing 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 desirn ble HOMESTEADS in the neighborhood.— Soil in a h...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871

HATS for Men atfd Boys;' All the Latest Styles . . ' BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS 1' For Men and Boys Wear. Ladies Surg Gaiters, „ • . ' At very low prices. ';. , Also, Ladies Shoe s ; , Latest and Best Styles. Misses andChildrens Shoes in great variety. . Our Motto is not to be undersold. JFWELEY, WATCBES, C1WKS, COLD m% WATCS CHAIN'S Finger Rings, CharmsBracelets, and a great variety of other things pertaining to the Jewel- - ry Business. pap E« ^sLLiRis mm 9 Neckties,' ' Suspenders, Driving and Kid Glovesa large stock .. of all kinds Fancy Goods and Notions. Tobacco, Segars antl Snnff. of all kinds and varieties. B®. Watchesclocks and Jewelry repaired at short notice and warranted. Thankful for past favors he hopes by lair dealing to all to merit a continuance 6f public patronage. June 29,1871. E. ELDEN.

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