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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
_ REMOVAL. AMS 3 OTiSTtl I fc KR «I*ASS. THE subscriber infiirms Tii* cuntomerK that he h»s removed his Restaurant ti» the house of Mrs. Blair, ' next iloor to Beavi-r's Variety Slorr, Tv r lie re ie will have for sale Oysters, E|!g». Hum. Cliiwr-, &p. AIsP Wasbabuugh's and Lndwig's Ale at :* rents per glass. ¦ J>8, FU.N'K. AprillS
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
NOTICE. \T7HERBAS, Letters of Administration, on the Ehtate of Kate $¦ Uatxley, late of Waynes. boroT—feceasetlr-liawe—lwM l ii-fj[*»iit'!dJo—thn-sulwctu bcr, a II jieraons indrl ted to the EBl4'c,nre requested to make in-mediate payment, »nil lliooe havitig ilninin or deminds against thn Es'atr of m\.\ deco* dent, will make konwn the name, without <lvlay, to ( JED. J. UA1.SI.KY, Adm 'r, April 18—6w Cbamliemburir.
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
1 , J/Tl?iLi and ask for the Continental, which is one of the best stoves in market,' and by ' far tho cheapest. It lakes a long stick ofwooj and is provided with fro brick to bum coal. It is one of the best baking and cooking Stoves tha flips tver been offered for btile. It ia a fine Cooking Stove ' and is easily Ircpt clean.
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
But ere the Autumn's chilling leasts came on, And sank into the Winter cold and gray; Death kissed his eyelids, and ho fell asleep In Jesus, fearlessly and peacefully, And woke in Heaven, there to live with God, 'J'he eternal ages of eternity.
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
Meotzer s Horse & Cattle Fowcur \T M. STOKER having purchased of Mr Jj_l , Meiilzcr, the recipe for making the above far-lamed Horse nnil (Jattle Powilcr,for PeniiS) Ivania and Maryland, takes this metluid of informing the farmers, drovers, &c, (hat he has oh hand ami intends keeping a good supply always on hand. Country merchants and otheririteepiugsUich articles for sale, would do well to supply themselves with a quantity. He will sell . it 011 commission or for cash cheap. Order* will 66 punctually attended to. " Jan. 31. ¦ / Apr. 1,1802. A SELECT ENGLISH AND CLASSIC SCHOOL. rpHE undesigned intends .,peninga SELECT J_ SCHOOL, lor innles ' and feniiiliM, in the Wayneshoro' Academy, on the 34lii of Mjiiich, '02. The course of instruction will be full and thorough; ihe government mild but firm. ^There- will be a Literary Society held in connection with the school, the objett of which will be to improve the liiind, morally ami intellectually. .TEHMS:—Per *<...
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
Oontinental HateL'* WAVNEsiiOUO', PA: "¦ " '"¦"tHE undersigned having iccently (alien ilim' '*. _§_ liove named House, formerly known n* fbo '•Globe Inn" takes pleasure..j;n;an|inujiciu&.loJii* friends and lh(i.|4bru; that llu is prepured to receive and micrtatn Gunts in a style not to_ be excelled, by any country feel. The " Jjpuse . ' haying been-Ihorougkly rt'jiaircil and newly ' furnished with every tiling en leu luted lo make his guests comfortable —the public limy rest assure.! that they will at alb limes liiiil it ina' ciindilioii suited to the comfort afnji BW is convenience uf the traveler^ His dlwuyn supplied will: the choicest Liquors, an<l liis Table'With. lite deist lite nnirki'ts uflor.l, an.I all other appliance* suitable and necessary for lire accommodation of man or beast. With I ' nitJiful .mil obliging servant* and his own personal alteiiiinii uii.l nupervtaion, lift will leave no ineaiis uji»j>arej to. merit public pitroiuift*. .. . .. '...
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
pjwira, Deafer in all the vnri ^ ti/ j)U Driigs, Medi - cines., Yankee Sof^hsjPtrliiiiiert), . \L Liquors for mrdiiXii«l purposes. Oils, WOULD temler his 1 thanks ' to the community, and still soli it the prttranagc of a generous public who want anything In his line. Inasmuch as he has enlarged his stock so as to be enabled tn answer all calls for anything and -everything usuall y^ lound. inn Drug Store, n ml his a thorough acquaintance with the business, ho hope* to gain the confidence of the Community. Ho will pay particular attention to tilling physicians* Pre s criptions, and more care and precaution Used in wailing upon ctildren than adults. • HI 41 I tt ifi . Choice Wines anif Liquors for medicinal - ' and sncruincntal purposes, Patent Medicines are einllcus in variety, including 'ill that hare been mode up to this date and some that nre yet in embryo. Also White Lead, Zinc, Puiiit, Waiting and Varnishes for house building or inside work, besides, all sizes uf Glass. Comme...
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
THIS WAY! THE undersigned respectfully announces to the putilic . generally ihat he in still at the old stand on Cliurch^WctrWftynesiowiVt^aM-wJiere he co ' ritinucMjha manufacturing of Family Uugi^fes, barouches, Wagons ' ,, and every species olyrehicles usually made, in such oalsihlisliineiiU.— His wcrk is -warranted to be composed of-the lir-st anu most duralile m.ileri.il, ami none but the most experienced workmen are employed.— He has now op. hand a number of Cairiaijes ^ Uug. gies, &c, &c., which he will positively aell . at greatly reduced prices for cash,, or up.m a short Liquors of all kimU for medicinal purposes, creilil. Ky keeping a good .stock at all tunes, and Q ookS t stationarv,fancy und miscellaiieous articles, always lioliliiig hunsell re.nly to supply the de- allof which Ire oilers for sate. Thunkful for lavor» nian.ls of the people he hopes to retain al>i? secure rccci«e j ,,,,a hupi-tiil of their cmuiiiuance. lie inviti-s a liberal sha...
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
NEW JAIllM! Coac h ma k ing! THE undersigned having leased the well-known CoachimikingEstuiilishiuentof Alex. Hamilton. 011 Mechanics street, Wayneslioro', respectfully announce'to their friends and Ihe public generally, th.it they purpose carrying 011 tin; business in all its branches, and are now prepared.to mjnulacturo to order all kinds of I'.-iri-iuges Buggies, Barouches, Sping W ugous, die. etc., «f the best material, and matleuy superior worikincn. ULACKSMITHING and REPAIRING-of all kind* June at reasoitalile rates, promptly and to the satisfaction ol customers. COliN IKY PRODUCE taken ia exchange for work at market prices. ' */¦ -' ; .,„., _: Ldr" PersoiiK ilcmring articles or. work in the Coachmuking hue, aru respectlully uiviiej to give them a vail. , 1.. k. MUKKtSOxV, Alar. 8. OEU. B. H.^VKER. ' k NJ3W POCiSLBX PI|^toluv ~ "SHARPE'S PATUJUT ^^^' " - JBreecti^oadlng kepeater*£?),-, 'rxiIIS PUtnl, (or simplicity of consAuetidn, toln* J_ paclness and durability, is super...
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 18 April 1862
. . A bright little three year old was sitting in his mother's lap, a few evenings since, when ho asked, "Are the stars in Heaven ?" The mother, of course, respondediu the affirmative when the little fellow put the farther (Question. "Are the swipes there, too, moth-«#"'• "Ah! John, you won t have me much ¦ longer * . I shall never leave this bed alive." "Please thee-self, Betty, and theo'll please me," returned John, with great equanimity. "I lave been a good .-wife to you, John," >* jpereited the dying woman. "Midlin", Betty, midli*'," responded the matter of fact hueband. " " /" " itis a common trick of one of 1 the principal American conjurors to make his Wife suddenly disappear before ||ie eyes of the •spec' tatora. If he could teach to other husbands this trick of making wives vanish, he would >^Ji^y« g-fair opening for a fortune. - A yreacber, in a funeral serin on ott a lady, .-after summing up all hor good qualities, adided, "thii^ Bha- always reached-he...