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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
To Capitalists. * WAYNESBOUP ' SAVING FUND^This Society will pay the following rates of interest per onnum. on all sums deposited in the Institution. For 3 months, 2 pet cent.; from 3 toJ6 months, 3 per cent.; from 9 to 18 months, 4 per cent; and over 18 month*, 4 J par cent. Fur » shorter period than 3 montns the term * will be madekown by the Treasurer. Notesfordiscountshould be handed to the Treasurer on Tuesday, as the Board ot Directors meet rgularly on Wednesday of each week, at 9 o'clock A.M. . By order of tho Board, Jumr-n'58 JNO " . PHILIPS Treasurer, >|1BLKUlCAi'a t'UUUUU VVTTUHa, •| The bestin use For sale by •^[Vo vg E.8. TKOXEL,. Agt. I^RilSH Mackerel at I Mar 28 AifngMos, Bimoict St. Co's. PE ^CHES.—Dried Pvachet, pared and unpared at ¦ AmnasoM, Bimidict & Co 's. C1LOTH , Hot, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushe 7juitrecoivedandfor«»ifej>ery low by M. M B^ONER. v May 13. HBBE8TCOOK STOVE in the market fi b* had at the sign at the Big B*t H»w ) 1&g...
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
ib-HBW POCKE1' PISTOL. "SHARPE'S PATENT Breecli-Loading Repeater.,' f r>HI8 Pistol, tot simplicity of construction, coin-J_ pactuess and durability, is superior to all othei» yet ottered to the public. It can be loadeJ as quickly as,other pistols are capped. The load may remain in the Pwtol any length of time without itijjy. It is the lightest pistol miuufacturod that trns fljrce aud u sale to curry. It will force a hall tiiropgb a 0110 iiiuh bturd at the distunco-of uue hundred yards. VVtijh». only eight aud a half o». For salu at BUOl'HlirU'ON'S May 3 ¦ Hardware 8ioro. / 1 ENT'8 8hawi», Arctic "|Vrappers, and otbei lTecunfort»lil«rJxin«lorcoW r.-«Uie/at Ort * Mmow. lTlGS at }8 and 35 cout» po* P<-":<1 »l JC__no*. 49. ^ . tPBt»' *. T ADIE8 and Misse»' Hooped"ikbts at | j Octi I*!! 8 *?** ' * — TIN Toys for sale at ' ^"oflsi»i,'» . ftjcWJ '80 "' "• ¦ ,
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
! G. 4-. m. jg fa _ auutiieuarcortief of tliu Diamond jfif&kspQf their second supply ol r^^^^S^" -SPRING AMD SUmSiER BMTK for Gcntlemcn'a ware. Their ;/' • I j stock embraces Blue, Black "and ¦^tStfbaiK&am Fancy Cloths, Plain, Fancy CasBJmercs, Bilk and Satin VcstiiijTs", and all other gouds fur cants, joints, and rests, of the most f;»»hioiial)li: styles. Also—Gloves, Cravats, sliirta, collar*, &c. <Scu.; with an assortment of RBADV-MAUE CLOTHhNG. Uehtlemen are invited to call and examine their stock of nuw\goods. IS^The latest Fashions regularly received. M»y 23 18GI.
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Important to Farmers THE subscriber Jakes this method of announcing of the Farmers and others, that be has on hand a lot of DWARF BROOM CORN seed, along with some specimens ' of the corn. This is an excellent article of Broom Corn, and should be raised by every t>nc. He has also a full assortment of fresh D-iugs, Medicines, Chemicals, dec. J. F. KURTZ. P. S. I am selling Cranberries at 12J cents per quart, - * Mar. 14 BROOMS! THE undersigned continues to manufacture Coin Brooms upon the old principle, all of which he will warrant to be well made. Thoio having broom corn are requested to give him a call. Jan 17 JACOB BECKNBR. a. Smoke Stack for Sale. / fT^HE subscriber ha* a heavy Iron Smoke Stack 1 33 feet long and 16 inches in diameter, which he will dispose of upon reasonable terms. Post Office address, Waincy, P*. Dec20—tf JOHN L. METCALF.
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
, : ; " The infidel aftd the Little Girl. V Hume , the great .historian, was one* din,-«Jng wt the house of an intimatejfriend. Af" „ .Her.dinner tho ladies withdrew, and in the .. "$• course of conversation, Hume made some a ' s-; eer t ion " which caused a gentleman present to ¦ : ^> observe to him—"If you can advance such i> sentiments as those, you certainl y are what the world gives you the credit of being—an infidel." A little g irl , whom " th e Philos c f phor had often noticed, a u d w . i t h wh o m ho . liad. become a favorite, by bringing her little presents of toys and sweatineats, h a ppen e d to be, playing abttnt the room \ittnoticed, liowever, she listened to the conversation, tind, on^i earing tho above expression, left t he r oom , went to her mother, and asked
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Ready-Made Clothing FOR FALL AND ' WINTER! FRESH SUPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHLY! A 8. ADAMS would rmpectfilly inform hii » patrons and the public generally that he ha« returned from the Eastern cities with a general an-•ortment of Keady-Mads FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING; ?mbracing nil the lalost styles of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Necties, Wuependers, etc, etc., all ol which are well made. The public arc cordially invited to call and cxumine his goods, as he ia detertermined to sell at short profits. He will continue to carry on the business of Tailoring ' as heretofore. Persons desiring garments cutout or made up are invited to give him * call. Latest fashions received regularly. Oct25. A. S. A.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
DENTISTRY. DR. WM. D. LECIILER t.ikes this opportunityto return thanks to the public for the liberal [•itrunage lie, liu? received during, the past, and imped by strict attention. t>-buainfias to merit a, continuanve of tlto same. ¦ AJ1 operations in tlto dental line will be fifrliirinml jf;. \\\q m^ t Bltf*jt"">*'**i anil Matislkctory manner. He keeps pouted on all, tliu ailvuicL'iiii'iltd and ii)i()ri>v,»eijtj of tile proftsu** ton, aixd IL&tLe0* liiuwelf ttiut as good work can bo, bm) at. bin olBuu as. at un.y other in. the State Arti, fieijl teeth i user lad, from, a sin^lo lootli to a ' full set, and in ail cases Warranted to Merloni), satisfactorily or m> |>ay. 'iVrms reasuiulili;. July 5, I860.
Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
THE undersigned having leased the well-known CoachmakingEutablishinentof Aim. Hamilton, 011 Mechanics street, VVuj nesuoro', respectfully announce to their friends and the public generally, thut they purpose currying on the business in all its branches, and are now prepared to manufacture to ortler all kinds of Carriages, Bng:g:ie^ Baronclics, Hping Wagons, <&c. We., of tlio bust material, and made t>y superior workmen. BLACKSA1ITH1NG and REPAIRlXGof all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly dniTtd*tb« satisfaction of 'customera. "7 COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for work at market price*. A t^Pers oiis desiring article,!) or work in the Coachmaking hue, are respectfully invited to givo them a <;kil. L. K. MOKlilSON, War. 8. • UEo.B. HAWKER.
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
FAYfiTTBVIIiLE BJSMlStA.AT liecomiiundutions from the i'Mculli/ of Princeton College. N. J. PniN«x'roN, N. J., Feb. 26th, 18G1. The undersigned are happy to testily that pupil* «£ the FurettrviUe Aaulcuiy, Pi. luve inliuuiuuj. 11 big.li utaiuliiig am >\i£ the lecent grudu itea of th» Cullrgu of New Jersey. ~ - j i»ii\ macle.\n;, • I'reai.lent of the College^ JAMES C. MOFFAT' r Pro/essor of tireok. U..MUSGRA.VeajGBK, - Priitesdor of Latin, JOHN T-DUFFUiLU, mnr.88 I'roferfsor of Mathematics
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
DENTIST, T> ESPECTFULLY offers his services to thorit-J_|}izensol Wayn«slioru'nnd surrounding country. He is prepared to perlorm all operations in Dental Suigerv ill a superior manner. Teeth, inserted from one to nn entire eel in the most approved anil substantial ^manner, and warranted not to bo surpassed for beauty and durability. Charges modorato O4id all work warranted as represented. N. B. Will visit residences ' when requested.— Office, on Mechanics Street, opposite the residence <>£ S. R. Wclah, up stairs.
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
askedl'he astonished phiiusophev. • •Yes, indeed, I am sorry!" ^turned the •Uild with solemnity; % 'a ud I p r ay t o G o d for you." "D<» you, indeed? And what do you say?' '•I nay, O G o d , teach this man that thou ' art!" A striking, illustration of the words of saorcd w r i t, "Out of the mnuths of babes and sucklings thou hast ordained strength, becauas of thine enemies, that thou niig htest still the enemy and avenger.
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Mew Millinery establishment THE undersigned would inform the citizens 06 Waynesboro' and vicinity that she has commenced tho Milliner business, in Church street, a f«w doors South of the Diamond. »he expects to. receive her goods in a few days. . The ladies are mont respectfully invited to give her a call. No. paiiid will be spared to suit the taste of pII. By dose application and a determination to persevere, she liupoa to gain the confidence, as well as the support ol the community. She has made arrangements sol that she can receive new goods weekly if necessary. Plcaxa givo her a call M. C. KEScSEift, Way ni-Kbcro', May 2, *6I.
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
TO THE PUBLIC ' N1EV ESTA B £^S ij ME NTT riTHH subscriber would inform the citizens of _|_ Waytieslioro' anJ tho public that ho Una comr inenccd tliu- Slioeniakiiig. business in tho Basement ot Kurtz's Hotel, where he will at all times b« in readiness to accoiuuio.lnte, ' those who in iv giyo him a cull. BOOTS AND SHOES! made to oider, 011 short notice, oG'th* best material, ami uj)t>n the moot r«&»oii»bitKterms. U-ctSS. THOS. UIUNG>UN%
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
O YES 1 \ OYE8! O YES! nnHE undersigned attan Ms service, to ali persoas >_l .who want * cryer. Ready at all times to cry PubUe Saici, YenduM, Auctions, 4k, at the ro«st AcdMat* terms. Ali orders iofl at to« Office of the VilUgo Record, will lit promptly attended to. , Jaiil7 ¦ . OEO.V. MONO - 4 LARGE eatortatentof ^^ A KEROB»»B T.AMPts AM an ikxcelbnt artiela »t KiaotMt On, always M hawi. 'f% ¦= . vr.neueB,
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Or. JaeolM, llarOau^ii An 4'o'» Celebrated American Liulment "For Man and Boast. " ITIHE grenJcst and he«±ucternal -rameiL}-v axjia A Ivred to the public. For sale by F. J. Kruizfi UruggUt. Waynealmro' ond by Druggisja in thecounty gonetaHy. tS^Ptiite 2p cen.u per bottle. * December 13, '60-rly
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
POPLAR LUMBER <T]H HE undersigned oflbr for sale 8EVEN THOUIJj SAND FEET of well seasoned POPLAR LUMBER, at the Mill of Geor$o Kneppcr, near Hughes' Furnace, at reasonable- rates, notna of which is jotce Scantling, 4 by 4 inches square and florae 3J by 4 inches, and 2 inch Plank, 1 inch, j inch, 4 > nch Boaids. ' ¦ Persons wishing to buy Poplar Lumber will please givo us a call GEORGE KN&VPEU, Jr. GBOKGE KNEPPER, Febl4—Sm Ex'rs of David Kneppcr, Dou'd
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Defence of /Irmnggedon AROUK FOil THE TI.ME3. r|1ftB,is acknonledged to be one of tUe most rc-J markuble of human productions that hss_evcr been olTered to the American people. , Tho style in chaste and truly eloquent. The subject IreuteO.of is of the most inspiring: "The United Btutr* in Prophecy. Fur sale by - J F. KUKI'Z. Novl