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

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

mmmhud ¦ " EXTRACT C^TA^BA _j_ Ctowonent iVxrto—Fluid Extracts Bhubarbmd Fluid Extracts Gtiawaba Chape Met FOTiaveri^jm pMntB ^ lanndkeJBlllioBaaf fectlons, Sick or Nervous HeartacheCostiveness, etc. 'Purely Vegetablecontaining no Mercury, Minerals or Deletereous Drugs. . ¦ ' .- . :.. •¦ -. h . • ¦ These Pills are the most delightfully pleasant purgative, superseding caster oil, salts, magnesia .etc. Thereisnothingmoreaccepta bleto the. stomach. They give .tone * and cause neither nausea or emmim; nains.— They are composed of the finest ingredients After a few days' use of them, such an unrigoration of the entire system takes place as whether arising from imprudence or disease. H. T.'Helmbold's Compound fluid Extracts Catawba Grape Pills are not sugar-coated, from the feet that sugar-coated POls do not dissolve, but paes through the stomach -without dissolving, consequently do not produce the desired effect ^ The j5AtawbajGba*b Pttiabeing pleasant in taste and odor do not necess...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

Ayer's J, Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to tts natural Vitality and Color. j. ^L ••• UTeSBIOg WUNO ^BffV is at onoe agreeable, ^ul healthy, and efiectuaL JH^R for preserving tiro RfflP^HT hair. Faded or gray ^¦AiJ^Rr hair is $oon restored fiHkHj^H[ to it* original color, WNRI triih the gtots and *g^Km^ Jibuti of youth 4R0H|^^P Thin h*w is thick* •oed, Ming hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by ita use. Nothing can restore the hair where tha follicles ore destroyed, or the- glands atrophied and. decayed. Bat snob as remain can be saved for asefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the bur with a pasty sediment, it wul keep it dean and vigorous. Ita occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not barm it If wanted merely for a HAIR PRESSING, ...

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 7 September 1871

A PENNY MADE! SAYS THE OLD ADAGE. Wellhow and where is the place to do it ? wherever yon can use your money *' to the best advantage; and poonlar opin-. ion has long since given the palm to ' STOVE It & WOLFJP ^ for keeping the best and cheap- . ' est store; all they want is for. .-. buyers to call and examine their stock',. and convince themselves of -what they say. Our stock consists ofthe following articles: . Ladles Areas GooiiWSuch i» Alpaccas R^sps, - ' Mohairs , Poplins Armuns, , Delaines, English Velveteens, Opera Cloths, Repellants, &c.,&c. : :/• - " MEN'S WEAR.—Cloths, ' Doeskin CassimeresCords. Sattinetts, Cottonades, Linens, Tweeds; &c, &c. ' LADIES GUSTOS-MADE SHOES, in Lasting and Morocco, cheap. ^a^^fl_ *^P^^''^k ^^^9 **V?V ^aV^b ^^^ *V5fll ^Bal * Cr JSMi.%^^J JSM.Jtt.JL JOM R» • We have bought large, consequently cheap. All pur goods have been bought at panic pricesconsequently we are enabled to undersell those who bought...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

DEATH OF PHCEBE CAREY.: Our readers are more or less • iamiliai with the names and writings of thesisters, Alice and' Phoebe- Carey. Alice died about six .months ago,-and iPhcebe followed her on the 31at-Kit';::dying-at -Newport,R. I:, whither she .had beenrtaken by Tier friends in hopes qf regaining hei impaired health: In a lengthy and-ihi terresting notice, of her life and death, the JPrihmis :_rektea_theLfoUowingJieautif.ul and instructive # -incident in r connection whir the hymn written byMirsTPhoebe—afavordte in many ¦ " Christian r families—entitled: . ¦ " ' ¦ , . • • ¦!¦¦•' ' NEA.KEK, HOME. ' . . ¦' . ' , •One sweetly solemn thought. ¦ Comes'to me o'er and o'er: ¦ ' \I' m nearer my home to-day . '' ¦ Than ever I've been before: 1 fearer my Father's hbnso, • \. Where the manyin^ionsi>e]_ __ ¦ yearerthegreatnyhTte-thTOiiir. ¦ ^ ~ ' Nearer the crystal sea ; • Nearer the bound of life, ; Where we lay our burdens down; Nearer leaving the'eross ' . , , . ¦ Nearer gai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

Wit ' anI.Jjtit.«>r». ¦' • , A postmaster by the name of Goodale . when'he is iri^a hurry,signshhnsdf XX , In Milwaukee^ when a l azy, many is " ca^MTife-TTOrk7theyrsay, he"is!"ineaciliijg > - with industry.", :,-,... . , ¦ . . - A matron says there is more love in a flour barrel than in all the roses and woodbine that'ever~ grewv ~" -'-——- • -— An, exchange says that Tom Thumb likes whisky; His wife' has on& ' conisolatkra—he don-1 hold much. . :., < . Why is a donkey that canho&hold his head up, like next'Mondayf Because its neck's weak. ; • ¦ : . ¦ . : .,,, / ^Out west a trunk factory was, changed into'saloon., The keeper merely made a D out of the T in the first word ofthe ^1"^ —- . — ==^=±z '^ The drouth has heenio great in Maine, • an"d'the'"gia^roppier^feT dey ti!)i atin g that—themeadbws are as $8$$ as ledgeaidr ^e grasshoppers nw walk oa- crutches; : >'Sdruggist in New Hampshire .threatens the local paper with a suit for put...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

COMMUNICATED. THE R- KL QUESTION. Editor RecQrdl-^-lt seems to me that thefriends oftheSduth Mountain R. R. Co. are unduly, exercised over my ' article published in the; ifqcord of the 17th ult. In that article I think I represented fairly the ckdnis ofthe rival Conipariies and t(je;.o5/eciwjMthat .I had heard- made to each. I did not state these objections on my own authority or vouch for their truth'. ' . ; . ' ; What I stated as my ,own opinion and as facts which ! Relieve .would hot be disputed is as follows: ¦ ¦ ¦:., "1. ' The measured distance from Way"nesb ~ oro'to JJarrisburgby the Miramar "is 60 miles ' ., .Bj the South Mountain, "(admiting the distance from Waynesboro' "to Pine Grave to be but 27 miles.) it "is 63L. .. ¦ -... , "2. ^ Jti ? manifest that the cost (per "mile) of a road from Pine 6rove to Way"nesbpro' must exceed that from Shippens"burg andwith"higher grades," "3, It is manifest that a road through "the Valley would accommodate a larger "number of peo...

Publication Title: Waynesboro Village Record
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

) ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ -¦•'.¦'¦ • - ¦" ;;' „, , ¦ '" ,, ¦¦ • % , .,' ' . ' Thursday, September 14, '71. SQfSee notice of Hoover & Summer ioHSeesaleadyl. of JolinH. Miller, SS-^irat falVday-^Suriday a week IBSHleeeipt list next week. ' - « '. S^Work pn the School Building i progressing. ' • ' B©»Our mountain friends say tie chesi nut cr*p promises well. • . . B@pBut one organ grinder, so far, ha put in an appearance herethis season. For Sale.—Mr. John Johnston; offer ~ at"pnbK<rSale a-valuable-traet > of limt stone land. For particulars -see advt ; - : » r House aud Lot fob Siu-F.-^^Seeadvi of E. ' J. Bonbrake, administrator of Cath arine Diffenderfer. Temperance Sermon.—Ker., C. I Keedy will, wears requested.to announce deliver a Temperance Sermon in the Luth eran Church on Sunday evening next. Second^Hand Vehicles; —Jac ob Ad " am srCoachmttkerroffersTiirprivate saje i lot of buggies, spring wagons, etc. Se ndvt. ' . ' — . ——» Stoves &c.—We direct attenti...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

. ' ." Written for theJtecord, ^! In Metnoriam. She .has gone, our loved companion, ¦ ~ And our sorrow none can know; She has beard the angels whisper, Dearest Mary, you must go—Leave the infant on your bosom, —- N Leave your first-born all behind, . Hasten, for yo'u are the chosen, ¦ . , And the GoSpel bids "be kind, There are seats for all your loved ones, Round the Father's throne on high. Tell them all to keep their lamps trimmed For their hour may be nigh, —-Many-wreaths-and-crowns-and sceptres, Saw we on that sacred tree, , As we wafted slowly onward, Bearing iiiese we give to thee. My dear friend, my loved companion, We will oft recall to mind, ; - Days we walked and talked together,— Thoughtless of the lapse of time. » You were for this world unfitted, God has called you to himself, Called you from this world of conflict ——Tothe-mansions ofthe blessed When the "Gospel Ship" comes over, ¦ Bearing us our summons home, Let us ask one parting favor,— Bid us welcome, bid us com...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

BUSINESS LOCALS B@,Timothy seed at Eldn's. B®, More Sweetpotatoes at Reid's. "8ffi»Fresh Butter at Reid's. fiffi°\E. Elden has received a fine lot of Hats, Shoes, &c. . For Rent.—A room on Main Street, which can be used for an office or small store. Enquire at this office. Bowden House Restaurant. —Philadelp hia Ale and Porter on draught, Beck's Baltimore Lager; Baker's old Whisheys, Heyser's Catawba and Concord Wines ; fresh Oysters and Chicken—Tripe, Ham and Eggs, Beefstake, Coffee, &c. &c. Public Sale.—The Waynesboro' School Board will offer the Western School House and Lot at Public Sale on Saturday the 23d day of September, at 3 o'clock, P. M. The House and Lot will be sold together or seperatc. Terms to be made known on day of sale. « Fall Fashions, 1871.—We will open on Saturday, September 2d., the best assortment and most complete line of early Fall Styles of Hats for Men or Boys and Children, that we have yet been able to secure at our first fa...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 14 September 1871

cobur & storehouse . Respectfully' announce tothe public that they have opened at their store room, on the South-west corner of the Diamandin Waynesboro,' a, large and, well selected , -. • . stock of . DRY GOODs, GROCER I ES, HARDWARE, AND CUTLERY, Iron, Steel, Nails Coachmnkers Goods ofevery description, Qu,eensware, -Cedafware, Shoes, CarpetsOil ClothsPajnts, Glass, Oils, Varnish Brushes, Eirth, Salt, arid all kind of Goods kept in a well regulated store. Our goods are all new arid ¦ fresh jihd have been bought for cash' at the late decline in prices. . We _ flatter ourselves that from onr long experience in business, and a determination to sell goods at small profits, we, shall offer unusual inducements 1 to buyers who 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 «HS rWlilESf-fti SatinettsJeans, Tweeds, CottonadesCords; StripesChecks, Ginghams, Linen and Cotton Table...

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