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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 — 7 September 1871

' l^keQst iM $adm^ 7 THE GROCER'S -CLERK. BY E. S. GETCHELIi. ' '•' \. Bap-tap-tap, sounded at my office door, ' and Bane Darwell, without waiting for a reply to his summons, rushed in, and, seizing my hand with a vicelike grip, looked into my astonished face, with eyes brim ming over with fun, mischief and hearty, goocPhumor. "Why—where in the name of the wonderful, did you come from this morning?" gasped I, as soon as I was able to command my speech. "Rather sudden isn't it, old friend ? Well, I became tired of folly and flimsy fashion, and thought I'd experiment a little by way of/change. I came to your city as an employee of Crank & fcrnnder, grocers." "An employee of—eh—what ?" I gasped, in consternation, as my brain digested the possibility that my rich, elegant friend Bane Darwell, in one of liis strange freaks had conceived the idea of serving the prosperous firm he had mentioned. "Listen," he answered, taking a chair and lighting a'segar. "I have become tire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

iMit and Stumor - - - A determined young lady says if she can get no other she will have a rainbow. Never have a wooden leg made of oak because the oak is apt to produce a corn. r m ¦ ' A barber i3 always ready ta«crape an Acquaintonce . -and often cuts them too. Most people are glad to give ' their opinion. Lawyers usually sell theirs. » . --. Money is said to be the root of all evil —yet many people spend their lives root--ngjfotit — — ¦ m ' — ' ' A girl may*be sure a man loves her unutterably when he sits in her presence for an hour without speaking: -A very good tonic for debilitated young ladies—iron. A still better tonk>—iron-™^ M '_ ' Why may a man stealing lard be said to be in a thriving condition ? Because he JS-g?ttingJat . When is the most dangerous time to visit the country ? When the trees, are shooting and the bull-rushes out ' ' A voung lad^h^wis perfectl y thunderetrock at . hearing of herfriend'sengagejnent, has . sincebeen provided with a lightning-ro...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

TO YOUNG MEN jivery young man, as upfen life, should take an acconnt with himself and decide in Ms own" mind upon the course which he will pursue. He should ask himself, "Will I enter upon » course in Which I nan Tfiti 'iW a fmr pnijiynlont, foreverythirig " .thatl obtain 1 or will I enter upon ' a course in which, for the things that I receive, I shall render an equivalent where I must, and palm off empty appearances where I can'?" ¦ It is a glorious ambition, a manly purpose, with which a person begins life, when he goes forth saying, "I mean to make my fortune, to be sure, and to pluck honor from the highest bougJis of the tree of life; but I am'detremined not to go one step in. honor or wealth or power that is not a real step. What I have, I will pay. fon , I will not take anything without givmg^a fair equivalent for it" And what a contrast there is between this and the ambition and purpose of those who set out in life with a determination to make there fortune and gain ho...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

• : ^pVER-T;reB?^fi3Ut.§. . Niagra is theiuWunest spot on the continent,, put aT4i^l.;ffpy year it becomes the scene of some ncwhprroor that makes the blood-curdle to read of it. A >few_ weeks sinceAtaddecTa new chapter to ffie, ever-growing . vo\ume^of t}j§ woes of strong: drink. Three yfting men,.who had- become intoxicated to the point of perfect stupidity, undertook to " cross the Niagra river about three milesabove the cataract. The owner of the boats refused to let one of them, but by some means they got a . boat, and launched out -for. the Canadian side. ¦' , ¦ '" . '*"' ; The little skiff was soon causUt in the swift current of,the rapids. A strong and steady arm ' alon£ could eavfi itrTli6T5Srs= man,, who was 4he nearest sober of the wretched trio,,stood up in the boat, and seeing the danger * gave a wild shriek and leaped overboard to .swim' ashore. The current was too strong for him. He buffeted the -fierce . rapids for a few moments until his little strength g...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

Confession of faults make half amends. Denying a fault doubbles it Envy shooteth at others and woundeth herself Foolish fears doubles danger. God reaches us good things by our hands . ? ¦ ¦ He has hard work to do who has noth ing to do. It costs more to avenge wrongs than to bear them. Judge not that ye be not judged. Knavery is the worst trade. Learning mokes a man fit company for himself. Modesty is a guard to virtue. Not to hear consciences is the way to silence it - One hour to-day is worth two to morrow. Proud looks make foul play on fair faces. ^ ' . Small faults indulged in are little thieves. The boughs that bear most bend lowest ^ ' Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter. Wise men make more opportunity than they find. You never lose by doing a good turn. Zeal without knowledge is fire without light '•' A Hundred" Years to Come., No man appears to think how soon" he must sink into oblivion—that we are one generation of millions. Yet such is the tact. Time and progres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

,.jw U*i fflrtrij. ... _ : ., TBU1C BEAT NESS. Say, where doth greatness dwell? In courts, "" On thrones of glory seated, ¦ '_ ¦ . • ¦ 'Mid glittering ranks of bright cohorts, By poirip and grandeur greeted? A crown, indeed, maymake a king, But crowns true greatness can not bring. Or ahull we find on battle-field, ^ By victory attended, • . '¦ . The truly great, unless the shield - '' : The cause of right', ' defended ? ¦ ¦ For oft hath might the battle gained, While nations wept th'. escutcheon stained. BJudl hoaJded riches greatness-grant " TOiereSaorta! worth is needed, What time the sons of woe and want Ik vam-their sorrows ' pleaded? . , frue greathess-flureryTihnst be inore • ¦ Than misers seek and fools adore. '-"' . u-- - ButTieTvho feels another's woe, ' .And strives to sooth his Borrow, Whose sympathies spontaneous flow ~~ To'brighten-his to-morrow, Shall betesteemed both good and great, And Heaven shall bless his lost estate. Good service makes therineanest great, Z...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

SPEAK SOFTLY Speak sorely to the bruised heart, It shall not be in vain! But as the sunlight, fair and bright, That follows after rain t Speak softly to. the aged ones, Bepeat the kind words o 'er; ¦ Soon they will enter into bliss Through ieayen's ehjning door. Speak Boflljr to tWa. obstinate—><*3? he -man with Stubborn will; /^Though gentleftes^may fail to move> - ' ¦ •Speak .^ y;top;ib^^;)find, T ; -_., - : JJ Aiy^u^ have KeWeii Spea^to yonp "s 'In"ttnies * ofsin' "Jan(iwpeX f *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

Thursday, Septemfre?/3 > IS?! j^&ejdcgjdaya^ar^ ovar;' .- ; .- ,» . J8®*Lodfc oat for fruit thieves,, ,. ¦ B6&,BesHiess is dull'aiid'loealsscarce. .KiSfOysters are again iij. season, '" . . <Gonra Up.—Several more new houses . 'fiffliMis9 ^Viisox lias opened a schoo in Beaver'a Hall' ' . " ' , •. . ,;,. -, ' JBSy-We are passing' through andthe . ""dry spell." . • B@JPeache3 are plenty at $1,00 pe bushel. ; ' ¦» > -^ : B@"Honey continues scarce. BgL.Cider is retiulihg.at $4.00 per bai ret ,. ¦ "'•¦ ft&alt is said that tomatoes will cur the sting of a bee, ' BgBJSee. notice of Geo Leisinger, mason iu another column, 1 B@J5ec advertisement of Real Estate b; . John Lanfcs in this paper. '._ Fob_Sale.—JTor _Pickel and Krau . stands call on David Gipe, who has nl sizes for sale. _ i ' _. B@*The Record has averaged a nev subscriber every day during the pas ¦ week. *. » Bg^The communication m this issui signed "S." should haver appeared' in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

- , , . [-COBOnjinCATED. . The Railroad Project. ' Mr Editor:— :No one wilL iaabt th 1 jinpo ' rtanee of,a'Railroad to . tEp .place and after all is said and done, I do thin] ; that a connection with the Railroad a Gettysburg is what ^we want. Our trad ' is mostly with Baltimore, and why cor 1 -nect with a road that is mostly to benefi anf I^bn Cbmpauy and carry our trad in an. oppositeoirection froir> whatwe wani ' Let all,consider.the matterbefore, actinj rashly. I am,creditably informed that i [ road from . Gettysburg jto, this place will b made, if any encouragement is given b; our citizens.. We are to have some o ' fficia and definite propositions soon from th ' right source. I do not thhik that weshoult commit ourselves at present to : only on< ; point until we know the certainty .of -thi matter, and the one to the best interest o Waynesboro'. We must have a Railroat eonnectionusomewhere and, that soon too MoreAnoij, ; * S. B@,The aUeged corruption ofithe au , ...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

On the 24th uilt; by the Keyv.H. C. Lesher Mr. JamesCLindsey to Miss.Catharine Mowen, both of this county. In Chambersburg, on the 3d inst., Mr, Christian Brant, aged 63 years. On the 25th ult., in Roxbury, Philti S. Skinner, aged 31 years, 7 'months and .14 days. " ; On the 1st inst,. in Chambersburg Christian Senseny, in the 54th year ol his age. On the 27th nit., Mr. Geo. Reesman, aged 58 years 4 months and 27 days. On the 2lBt ult., Solomon Monn, aged 1 year, 3 months and 28 days. WAYNESBORO' MARKET. ( COimEOTED WEEKLY.) BACON :........:..: rtO HAMS 14 BUTTER ;...2O EGGS 16 LARD '. 10 , POTATOES , .75 APP1JSS—J)bied 75 APPLES—Grees 50 'HARD SOAP.... ., 6 Philacelphia, August 28. \ PlHLADELPHIA, Sept. 4. 1871. FLOUR.—The flour market iswithout mupn activity: 700 barrels changed hands, including superfine at 84.75@5.00 extitis at $4.75($5.25, Pennsylvania family do. $5.62»@6.25,. Indiana and Ohio do. do. at 86.25@7.25,,the latter rate for fancy. Rvo flour may be quoted at S4@ ...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

BffiriCorns, Bunions , -Ingrowing Kails and their attendant ills, have been, in years gone by, and will be ha .years to come, a soiirse of: much discomfort and unhappiness to those who are annoyed with them. By persistent efforts and untiring perseverence, Dr. J. Briggs gave the suffering humanity his remedies—Alleviator and Curative JS.e_popularity which they have gained, and the entire satisfaction derived from their use, is well known and cab be atte3tedby all classes who have suffered with Corns, Bunions, IngrowingNails,Chil-Wains, 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.— Thesufferingfrom piles isof a very aggravated decnption. You cannot walk with any comfort; you. cannot ride in peace; you cannot sit with ease; and the suflering when attending to nature is almost unbearable, and causes such, feeling of droodthat is put off at great sacrif...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS. J /'BS- TiinDthy geed at Elks's, ^ ^ Hou se vokM^f. —'^e r^Id^pe $$ the undersignol 3tuat<|k on^Mftbhanid Street is offerQ(^at|j>privajte.sale, - ~ :f' ;} '• ¦ &¦' *" . >: -'/ ; W. AvvlfeaiD v « Public Sale.—The Waynesboro ' School JBoard will offer the Western School House and Lot at Public Sale on' /Saturday -the 2^^f£^^jp ieMe:^%i'^4y'ctocii,Flili The House and Lot will be sold together orseperate. ,y Terma .tp; be made known r 6n day of sale; Deotbtby. —-Persons havingjbadiy de? caved or achingteeth should call at A.K. Branisholts' office and Have them extracted, and save much suffering during the winter season. The best sets of teeth inserted on very reasonable terms. ; ., ; . 1 . * .i ? ; '.' ¦ ^ ' B^.Hitherto many persons have d[epirved themselves a SeWuig Machine, on, account of the, exorbitant prices asked for them. The ;Ti%on Under-feed being from $16 to fe5: cheaper than" any other, meets thewanteof rich and poor alike. ...

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

BRICK DWELLiNGHOUS _ aJ.&Tga ^ S3VI8SEIi-BAIiM-hnilt- of brick from the'ground to the'top82 feet long and floors 52 feet long; smokewash-house, wagonrsheda large hay-shed, blacksmith shop and other necessary buildings all nearly new and in good, condition. There ia an EXCELLENT ORCHARD, of apples-grapes and all other of the best fruit on,the premisesa well of neyerfailing water , near the doora running stream through the meadow with lane running to it for stock.. The farm is fenced off into nine fields with post feh'cing-Tthe- 4 land is clear of rockand-about 12 acres- Coyfared jvith excellent'timber. Thisis considered one of ths most valuable farms in the county how offered for .sale. Possession,will, be given on the first day of April next. - At the same time will also bft;offered abbut 67acres of '•'" - ¦ •" ' ' CHESTNUT TIMBER LAB 13f LOTS to suit purchaserslying on the .flrst rise of the South Mountain south of the Montzer •Gup Eoad, adjoining lands of, Hess, Bone...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

PRIVATE SALE THE undersigned, Executor of the Estate of John Lantz, Sr.lateof Gcfilford townshipdee'd.offers'at Private Sale .thefollowing described Real Estatebounded by lands of Jacob Stonffer, John Metz andBonj. Metz being situated pnthe Falling ' .Spring-'road andJChambersbuTg and Gettysburgtumpike ' and containing , ' ' * SEREIN- AOBES offirst quality Limestone Land. "The'improvements are a two story Br ick (I)welling Houshdving42 rooms; 2 basementsand 2celars ; wash and bake houses under one roof; Frame Barn with barn floorwagon shed attached ; hog pen, buggy shed ana all the necessary outbuildings. • There is .also on the premises, an orchardof choice fruit and cherries-pears. peachesplums, g rapes, &cin abundance. ' The Falling Spring runs thro' the end of this propety. . ¦ ' Also, at Private Sale, a Valuable Tract of Land being situated in Greene.towriship,adjoining lands of EobertBlack and John Crawford, on the Gettysburg turnpike, about ono mile South-East...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

KRirATKSAliE THE subscriber offers atPrivate Sajea valuable Farm, situated .in Antrim township, Franklin Co, Pi.along the Marsh Run adjoining lands of Samuel ,B. Shively, Samuel Nickodemus and others, containing 209 Acres, more or less, of first quality Limestone Land. About forty acres'of which is set with thriving timber The jmprov.eio.entB arei-A LAKGETVVO-STOKY BRICK WELUNG HOUSE, two-story Stone Ont-House, a largo STONE BARN, Wagon shed and all other necessary outbuildings. There is also on the premises a FINE ORCHARD of of grafted fruit in bearing condition. .A good well of water at the house. .The Marsh Run flows through tho farm. Persons wishing to see the farm can cull on tho subscriber who will show it to them ' ' - September 7—tf JOHN PRICE.

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF A HO USE AND LOT rpiIE undersigned Assignee of George I Leisinger, will sell at I'ubliCLSalej on the premises, on fc-aturday 14th of October, 1871: A Honsc and Lot situated in Pitesvillc, the'lot contains 2J acres. Tho:improvements are a TWO-STORY LOG HOUSE, Log Shop , good stable and other necessary out-builaingsgood • fencing, and a variety of choice iruit trees. Terms—ono third cash, remainder in two equal payments.— Sale to comihence at one o'clock PFTEK KOUZER, £ej>tenbor 7 —ts Assignee.

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