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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Mentzsr's Horse & Cattle Powder jyr M. STONER having purchased of Mr i.iLL«Me ntier, the recipo for making the above far-larued Horse and Cattle PowderM Pennsylvania and Maryland, takes this method of informing the farmers, drovers, 4.C., that he has 1 on hand and intends keeping a good supply always on hand. Country merchants and otherskeeping such articles fcr sale, would do well to supply themselves with a quantity. He will sell it on commission or for cash cheap. Orders will be punctually attended to. Jan. 31. Apr. 1, 1863. A SELECT ENGLISH AND CLASSIC SCHOOL. rriHE dndeisigned intends opening a 8ELECT I SCHOOL, for males and femalos y in tbe Waynesboro' Academy, on the 24th of Mabch, '63. The course of instruction will be full and thorough; the government mild but firm. There will be a Literary Society held in connection with the, school, the object of which will be to ' improve tbe mind, morally and intellectually... - TBKM8:—Per Session of eleven weeks: Common Eng...
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
"Continental Hotel. " WAYNESBOKO', PA. fT IHE undersigned having lecently taken (he a-\ bove named Hquse, formerly known ' as th*. "lilobe Inn." takes ploaiure. in announcing to his friends and the pnblic that he is prepared to receive and entertain Guests in a style not to be excelled by any country Hotel. The House having been, / thoroughly repaired and newly furnished with every thing calculated to make his guest* comfortable —the public may rest assured that they ' will at all times find it fn a condition suited to the comfoct and convenience of the traveler. His. Bar is always supplied with the choicest Liquors, and his Table with the best the maikets afford, and all other appliances suitable and necessary for tho accommodation of man or beast. ' With faithful and obliging servants and bio own personafcattenlion and supervision, ha will leave no means unspared to merit public patronage. ¦ The proprietor assures those -who may favor him with their patronage.that, tuoy sh...
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
To Capitalists. Waynesboro: saving fund.—This Society Will pay the following rates of interest per annum/)n all aums deposited in the In* stitution. For 3 months, 3 per cent.; from 3 to 6 months3 per cent.; from 9 to 18 months, 4 per cent; and over 18 months, 44 percent. For a shorter period than 3 montus the terms will be madekownby the Treasurer. Notes fordiscountshould be handed to Che Treasurer on Tuesday, as the Board ot Directors meet rgularly on Wednesday of each week, at 9 o'clock A.M. By order of the Board, June 17 '68 JNO. PHILIPS Treasure, i a MJi.KUKAPrl t'OUOUH CUTTKKa, I The bestiu use-For sale by iVovB E. 8. TROXEL-AKt. 1 ,>Ki:aH Mackerel at - , : . . J Mar 38 Ambcbsor, Bcmioiot it Co's. J_ )E\CHEa.—Dried Peache7, ~ pared and unpar-X - ed at . • - .- Ammn8oa, B«a«pict dc yo'«. t1LOT H,Hat,Hair ~ Tootb *nd Nail Brushe /just received and for sale very low by M. M SI-ONBR^ - _ ¦ . Vlayia. THE BE8T COOK 8TOVE *~ in the market to be bad at the sign of the Big Re...
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
FLOUR, FEED. AND PROVISION^ STORE I «~aHE ' subscribers would inform the citizens of jj Waynesburo', that they have opened a Flour, Feed and Provision Store in the room formorly. oc • cupied by Joseph iVicc, opposite the residence of John Bully where they will at all times buve-for sab in en in nun ii HOMINY, MILL STUFF OF ALL KINDS, SCREENINGS, CORN, SHELLED -AND IN THE EAR, OATS, POTATOES, UAUUN AND LARD, VINEGAR; Also, Rre, Wheat and Barley by the bushel or in smaller quantities, and other articles usually kept in such establishments.. All Flour and Mill Stuff will be sold at Mat, Piticti von Cash. The highest cash prices paid for wheat, rye corn and oats.. DANIEL wMVELY, Ftbl4—tf -~ WM. H.FUNK. WANTED! 5OOO BUS. WH EAT! The old miller at his old Trade! rriHE undersigned having associated themselves I in thr Milling bnsincss, and having leased of Peter Fahnestock the old Ruy-ir mill property, one mile southeast of Waynesboro', are now prepared to purchase grain from Ilioir ...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Dealer in all the variety of Drugs, Medicintt, Yankee Notions, Perfumery, Liquors for medicinal purposes. Oils, $-e, $c, WOULD tender his thanks to the community, and still solicit the patronage of a generous public who want anything- in his line. Inasmuch as he has enlarged his stock so as to be enabled to answer all calls for anything and everything usually found in a. Drug Store, and has a thorough acquaintance with the business, he hope* to gain the confidence of the Community. He will pay par* ticular attention to filling physicians' Preemptions, and more care and precaution used in waiting upon chldren than adults. ill ji pra n Choice Wines and Liquors for medicinal and sacramental'purposes, Patent Medicines are endless in variety, including all that have been mode up to this date and some that are yet in embryo. Also White Lead, Zinc, Paint, Whiting * and Varnishes for house building or inside work, besides all sixes of Glass. Commercial, Note, Fools Cap and Letter P...
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
THOiiniir REDUCTfON IN PRICES, Jit Brotherton's HatdnDoriahi Paint Storel I take this method of informing Ihe plbllc that I have just received from J>iuladelpfai» • large anl carefully selected stock 4( * .• - - . . ¦ . '"¦ '•, ' ¦< 'Iron, • ' >, . ¦ , - ¦ ; ¦¦ ¦ . Oils/-, ,., -. .. ' „ •_• . . , . • •¦ . ¦ . /• . ¦ . ¦ ¦ «« „. ¦ / ; . ./ ; •¦¦ ¦ Faint*, . Stores, ' . ' : ¦ Brushes, Cutlery, - Hardware, Varnishes, : Oil Cloths, . Shoe Finilingo , , , Agricultural Implemmts, all of wotch I desire to dispose of at prices it suit ' tbe times.' Try, me, and by an-examination of my «tockrronm ' n« yoorsey that I mean-just whit-Issy,— I lake pleasure in showing goods whether sales are ' effected or not. To porsnns about to build I am. prepared to offer ' extraordinary inducements both in Hardware and Paints. Thankful to friends for past favors, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited—promising to do all in my power to render satisfoction to all who...
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
~STEA1«-BNGIN13S GRIST AND SAW MILL GEARING, SHAFTING AND PULLEYS, IRON BRIDGES, CAST IRON WATER WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, &c, Stoves and Plow caBtinjrs .alao cast iron and wrought iron pipe for steam or water, and Brass costings of every description; in a word, I am prepared to do everything usually done . in a foundry and machine shop. Having supplied myself will? the latest improved machinery, such as Lathes, Boring, Planing and Drilling Machines, persons can rely on having their work done in the most satisfactory manner. 1 am also prepared to manufacture to order machinery for wood, euch as Tonging and Groving machines for flooring, Surface, Tenoul and Moulding machines, etc. 1 also offer to the public a new and valuable improvement in my steam engines, made within the last year, viz: for Ilia economizing of fuel, and the regulation of spoed, which renders my new engines fur superior to the old engines. All my machines are sold under warrantee. My hants are all experie...
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
LOOK HERE I! M. in. STOIVfelt, Druggist, WBOLESALB AND BBTAH DIALIB til BIS LIN1 O* BtBIw«M, WAYNESBORO', PA,., Has not only got back to his " old business," but .to Iho " old stand!'* Having fitted up the ggH^L room now occupied neatly and having ^S*7 returned from the city ¦ fresh sup- IKsJl ply, which he 1 lm« josi received, comis. £/££ ting of Fresh. Foreign and Domestie Drugs, A largn nnd geneial assortment of Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicine, Dye-stuffs, Dry Paints and Paints ground in Oil, Oils expressed and distilled; ' ¦ , ' Fruits green, preserved and dry, ' Confectioneries, Liquors of all kinds for medicinal purposes, Books* stationary,fancy ~ as& m ' ueuUaneom articles, all of which he ofieis for sale. Thankful for favors received and hopeful of their continuunce. he invites the public to call before purchasing .elsewhere. -' > Sloner offers for sale a lot Of beautiful shells.— Carbon Oil which' will suit for Kerosene Lamps warranted not to smoke,...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
T HI SWA Y! ciwiiypie! fFIHE undersigned respectfully announces to the JL public generally that he is still at the old stand on Church Street, Wnyntsbaro\ Pa., where be continues the manufacturing bf Family Buggies, Barouches, Wagons, and every'species of vehiclcs-usualty made. in such establishments.— His work is Warranted to her composed of the best ana mast durable material', and none but the moat experienced workmen are employed.— He has nowuu hunt] a number of Carriages, Uuggics, &c, &c, which he will positively sell at greatly reduced prices for cash, or upon a short credit. By keeping a good stuck at all times, and always holding himself ready to supply the demands of the people he hopes to retain and secure a liberal share of patronage. Repairing, Trimming, and Painting done in the best manner, and at the shortest, notice. ¦ , Lumber, Country Produce, cVc, will be taken in exchange for work. ¦ .- JACOB ADAM8. N. U. The Books of the firm ol J. &...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Toilet Articles. of all kinds, constating in part of the following, vix Bandolines, Pomades, - Amber and Bears' Oil Colognes, Extract* for the Handkerchief, Lyon's Kathairon, . . ' Buruet's Cocoaine, . - Harrison's Ladies' 8oap, > . Honey Soap, " Hotel soap, : Diamond White Soap. CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, &o. Cranberries, Raisins, Figs* Prunes, Currants, Dates, Citron, Oranges, Lemons, Nuts of all kinds, and Candies of every variety. Kerosene Lamps, Lamp globes, and Brushes, Kerosene Oil. Coinphine, Alcohol, Burning Fluid, and ia fact anything and everything that is usually found in a drugstore. Thankful for kind favrrs and patronage hereto* fore bestowed upon him, he solicits a continuance of the same.Jand hopes that bv endeavoring (o please, -he may win the confidence of the people. . Physicians' prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded at ail hours. J. F. KURTZ. nov.29, 1860
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
H*..mmmmtm* ?} ¦ _ ¦ i JTsfilf ,: . •fc*^y; *¦«*> : jyB ,i; .WP.:.. «;, ^ fUHE suhscriber, thankful for past fatrbri' agestill IJ solicits the same) and in addition W manufaeturin» ali kinds of Wbrkod ; ': - - ' Material for BtHldlrJg t» nrpoie», : '¦ ' " ' ¦' ' ' ' . ' ¦ -sricnaW : , " , ' , ' • " j /f^ii ,i<op^ < jJHifJi'Tilita;; i ' BLINDS, FLOORING,VwiNDOW ' ¦¦"¦ ¦¦' . " FRAMES^OOR . . . FRAMG8, FACING, MOULDINGS, i Ac, &o. I am prepared to furnish ill kind* of oak timbe for . different purposes in building, such as < JO1CE,RAFTBR8, LATH, STUDDING, PAIL ^^ INGB, SCANTLING, BOARDS, Ac., All of which will be sawed to order, at short notice and upon reasonable terras. '_i...:.. •. ...^i ...'
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
NEW FIRM! OoachmakingL THE undersigned having leased the well-known Coachmaking Establishment of Alex. Hamilton, on Mechanics street, Wajnesboro', respectfully announce to their friends and the public generally, that they, purpose carrying on the business in all ita branches, and are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds-of . " • ¦ '¦ - , Carriages, Buggies, Barouches, Sping "Wagons, dec Ate, of the best material, and made cry superior workmen. BLACKtsMITHUfG and REPAIRING of all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly and to the satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE ' taken in exchange for work at market prices.'" , lyPersoMdeairing ar ticles or work is theCoachmakingiine, awnespertfnUy invited to give them a °*U: ¦ ¦- : L.K.M0JUU80N, .Mar. 8; . GEO. B. H A WKER.
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
rroiexsor oi Linim. JOHN T. DUFr^JELU, mar.28 Profeagiir jf Mathematio Dr. Jacubt, ilartoaugU Ac tJv '» Celebrated American Llaifoeat "For Man and Beast. " THE greatest arul best external remedy ever o lered to the public. For sale by F. J. Krum Druggist. Waynesboro' and by Druggists in tke county icunerally. tS^Price 25 cents per buttle. Decemher 13, '60— ly JNO LAliUK. . NO UUUK BZXON'S p.d rt b c a nk vhb t ov J n o n STOVE POLISH, The choapest article .in the world. Unrivalled in Economy. Permanently Lustrous. Tho only place to get ii is at . DUO 1'HER 1'ON 'S. March 23.
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Ready-made Clothing FOR FALL AND WINTER! FRE8HSUPPLY3 RECEIVED MONTHLY! A 8. ADAMS would respectf illy inform his J\_ a patrons and the public generally that he has returned from the Eastern cities with a general assortment of Kcady-Made FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, embracing all the latest styles of Coats .TanU . Vests, Shirts, Collars, Nee ties, Suspenders, etc-, etc., all of which are well made. The public are cordially invited to call and examine bis goods, as he is detertermined to sell at short profits. He wilt continue to carry on the business of Tailoring as heretofore. ; Persons desiring garmen t* cut out or made up are invited to give him a call. Latest fashions received regularly. OelS5. -' A. 8. A.
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
IMPORTANT fM£W6 FROM ^ . MEXICAN^ ROW ! J BEAVER, in connection wiih his Variety a Store, has commenceJ the manufacturing of UtlOTS and SHOESJn all iu various branches.— Having empluyed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he is prepared to produce the finest, neatest and most ¦durable-vfork made anywherei-; 1 All are invited to call. - A large stuck of Hats nnd Caps. nnd Eastern manufactured Shoes and boots Of the beat make, on hand; Cluuks, Trunks, Segnrn, Tobacco, &c, &c. You get tho very best KBItOdENE there. A few fat Hogs are wanted. J. BEAVER. Dcc,6—J months.
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
NEW LIVERY THE subscriber respectfully announces to hu friends and the public generally that ho has op eneil a Livery Muble iu Wavnenboro, and is now prepared to accommodate the public generally with Miumiu.«^< at the shortest notice, <lny or night.— iPermns desirous of hiring, either foi riding or driving, would do well to give him a call. His stock has been selected with great care as regards gentleness nnd speedy traveling; And his buggies and carriages am all in good condition* The above stock will, be kept at the Stable of Dr. John Oellig. Person* wishing to nire will please apply to the undersigned at Bowden 's Hotel. ; no8—6w JOHN RICHARDSON.
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Important to Farmers r *|^HE subscriber take* Ibis method of announcing X °f the Farmers and others, that he has on hand a lot or DWASRBROOM CORN seed, along with some specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article, of Broom Corn, and should be raised by every one. He has also a full assortment of fresh Diugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c. J. F. KURTZ. P. S. I am selling Cranberries at 134 cents per quart. . ... Mar. 14 BROOMS!. THE undersigned continues to manufacture Corn Brooms Upon the old principle, all of which he wilLwarra . nl to be ' well made. * These having'broom corn are requested to give.him a call. Jonl7 " ¦ JACOB OECKWER.
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
rjXPPER and. Uoniander, ground A unground X nov 3» . . ,,at;- - - .- . Kpmm's. P EPPBHlSAUCB^T" ~~~~7 nov.aa ; . ^ ^ - . Komi. r ARD CA>8, at the tigu ol the Big BtiiUam *-* t**31 * / ' .. , D-B. Rpsstot. iJIOR SALE OR'FOR RENT^^-^. ff^iiS t ' . Stove. . Vp ly at PRICE'S Store r . . Of»g- ' ¦ -, - ¦ ; . ¦ • ¦. : . yJ.-. ..o ¦ . . . ^rLEN DID Embroidered goods at " ] '¦ ' : ' .> "Qct -. - . - ¦ '. .. -¦;;• ¦ . --BiMwt>fs. -- - T UTHERAN Alroanws aV> -" ';¦•••'¦• , -i^""V -' ¦ -&£/& " - *"- *"•**'
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
THE subscriber takes this method of announcing to the people that ftp natireceived at hit'Drag gtore,' * large and '¦ carefully selected slock Of rnziSR DRuas, Chemicals, Patent Midicines, Paints Oils, Dye 8tulTs, window Glass, Putty, Tobacco, jBnufl; and Began, Ac, which he is now .prepared to tell as cheap as the cheapest and wilt assure bis customers that in regard to quality which is of the Brat importance, hisfgoods will compare T v*ith any In the 'market. ' ¦ . ¦ ¦ ' ¦; •;• -¦ •; : ¦ He hat also a splendid assortment of Perfumeir
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
FATJ3TTSV1LLB 8SMINAR7 Recommendatims from t/ie Faculty of Princeton A CUleffC. N. J. T'mscBTon, N. J., Feb. 2fith, J86I. The undersigned are happy to testify that pupils of the Fa/eUt-ville. Academy, Pa.-iluve iniintuiriad a high standing amuiig tho recent graduates of the-College of New Jersey. JOHN MACLEAN, * . President of the Colleg». JAMES C. MOFFAT' Prolessor of Greek. G. MUSGIUVBOIGEtt,