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Id=277 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871
NEW GOODS . : .CAlf B ' . BIO . ' il,THE STOEB, 9F, \ .. ' . ¦( - ' , ¦ . ' , .¦ . , • . .* '•• , •¦' ' , • ' .• . " ,; I have just bought in the -East a choice stock of goods. A" lull supply of ¦ COFFEES; TEAS, . ' EICE, WHITE SUGARS, (Coffee, cracked loaf and pulverized.) P. R. and N. 0. Molasses.and Syrups, Dried Fruit, Sugar-CuredHamB, Smojked Beef &c, In the way of Pure Spices and baking articles generally, and flavoring.articles, &c, the quality stands unsurpassed. Do not forgetto look at ourlO cent and levy sugars. I am prepared toj^eep with the market. CHEESE.—The very best quality on hand winter and summer.. ¦ GRiUMEiRiS Q! AM miUV I get mygoods fresh from the factory of James Mason and Co. Have many different kinds. The newest thing out is the "Imperial.". ..; - ¦ - EBESH AHP SALTED FISH. The Fist department we keep ~ up ~ ftiii7and will play.second fiddler to none. All thro ' the proper seasoa-we-get string fish, iced shad and herring. We sell sound fi...
Id=282 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871
A 8REAT MEDICAL WSCOVERY •M Xr. W^CSEB'&OAUBOBKIA YIIffi^^TEES a « * ' Hundreds «f Thousands f g „ ¦o " .. JUlCluittTOMWtl. - 8-f » I|| WHAT ARE THEY? f bb *^ l / '^fc. i " ' "li^B 1 ¦¦ ' '\---i> S5 Sg§ ^ v^^^^^^^^ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ 1 fit* pj ¦§ & , , _ s iv' OPS - fHETAHE HOTAVXLE H 5$: *IJ FANCY D«>N-|C.-PII' Hade of Poor Knni, Whldccr, Proof Spirit*- and Ecfuso Hqnor«<loctonid,Bj) lc«iJ widnroot* ened to plcasoUio tuto, called"Tonla,"l<AppotlZ' etc," "Rcstorcrq," ac, thnt lead the tlDplfer on t» ernntenncca and ruln.tratoroatroo MeiUoloo, nadir from tlio ITctlvo ISoota cad Herts of CoJItorala , frecv from nil Alcohcllc StlmnlanUr Tboyorotti? CiltEAV BLOOD PCKIFIEtt and .IHTft GIVINUVKINCIPLB a perfect Kcnotator tail. Invlgorator of tlio SyBtcm, corrylng off all polsonons mattcroaa restoring thp blood to nlwaJtl)ycoiidJ«Isn» 27a person can taio then Blttora according to dlreotloa and rcmalii long unveil. . ~ ¦ ' $100 wOlbo glrcnlbrDs lnnnbloca...
Id=284 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871
Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray flair to Us natural Vitality and Color. Ai& • "^ Aoasiog • " niidh _ ^ilrtv ** at onoe agreeaHe, (rgpf^mf • healthy, and effectual jyffiNKt ^ or . reserving i. tbe ^rfnHj[ bair. Faded or gray Jm luvMfla &mV ** w* restored HBHh to its original color, ffiHVffimf' wtYS Ms jffiwj ani "9HmE§^^ / rej/inew, of" j' ouiA «^9"«B5p ^ Thin hair is thick¬ ened, felling, hair checked, and bald ness often, though not alwajs, cored by its use... Nothing can restore - thai hair where tha follicles ore destroyed, or the g lands, atrophied and decayed. Bat snob ' as remain can he saved for ¦usefulness h y this application. Instead of fouling the hair #ith a pasty sediment, it wQl keep it clean and vigororA Its oceadoual use will prevent , the hair from taming gr ay or falling off, and consequently prevent laldness.' . Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous,, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only be...
Id=285 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 21 September 1871
A PENNY MADE! SAYS THE OLD ADAGE. Wellhow and where is the place to tlo It ? wherever you can use your money to the best advantage; and ^ poqular opin- ', ion has long since given the palm to STOVER & WOLFF, ' • 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 suj\ Our stock consists of (he following articles: Ladies Areas Goods—Such as ^ Alpaccas, - .. ' Reps, Mohairs, Poplins Armuns, , Delaines, English Velveteens ^ Opera Cloths, Hlpellante, &c, &c. MEN'S WllAB.-—Cloths, Doeskin CassimeresCordsgattinetts, Cottonade.s, linens, Tweeds, &c, &c. ladies gustos-made ssom in Lasting and Morocco, cheap. O-ZIOO3EI Zt. X 33,.S . We have bought large, consequently cheap. . All our goods have been bought at panic pricesconsequently we are enabled to>undersell those who bought before the decline. BSUCalt and see, ' and wo vrtll prove to you what v?e s...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
The Enchanted Mountain In one of the north-eastern c ounties of Georgia is a natural niirinsify, onlleri frnm Indian tradition, the Enchanted Mountain. The mountain is not large, and there is nothing remarkable about it until you get to the top, when human tracks, or impressions in the solid rock, which appear to be human tracks are seen. How these wonderful tracks came to be impressed on the rock of this mountain' , is one of the many mysteries of this mysterious land of ours. There were a great many traditions among some of the Indians in regard to this mountain, but none of them are satisfactory, and it probably never will be known who it was that left the tracks upon the enchanted mountain. One of the Indian traditions ia curious, for it shows that they bad a vague idea of Noah and the flood before the advent of the white man. The story has been handed down among the aborigines that it was the landing place of the great deluge, and the tracks were made by the people in the...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 28 September 1871
Wit and Jtumc.r An Oregon toast,- over a glass of the ardent: "Here's what makes us wear old clothes." A paper has theVadVertisement—"Two\ sistera want washing^ Doubtless a few thousand brothers are p the same predica/ ment. • ** Avoid argument with ladies. In spinning yarns among silks and satins, a man will always be worsted and twisted, and finally woundltp. The greatest sinner, who trusts only in. Christ's blood, will assuredly be saved.—' The best man in the world, who trusts in his own goodness, will be lost. A man being annoyed on. one occassiorfbyirndcller," who persisted in play--ing in front of his hou3e, sent him out a dollar, with a message that one scraper was enough at the door. . • Plain and ugly women may take comfort since history has satisfactorily proved -that the women in all times, who have exercised the greatest influence on men's lives, are not the beautiful ones. A carpenter being, asked for a riddle, propounded the following: "I picked it up; I couldn'...