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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
KKXPE A lar?e lot hist resolved by /» aug/ 31—3m. J. Uf J.OH XSXON A WONDER OF MECHAW A ICAL SIMPLICITY. Tlie Most Pmctical Sewing. Machine in the World. THE McLEAN, & HOOPER Elastic Eock-Stitch Our Motto is not to be undersold. JFWEIH, WATCHES, CMCKS, GOIB MS,- WAMB CHAISS Finger Rings, Charms, Bracelets, and a great variety of other things pertaining to the Jewelry Business. FAMILY SEWING MACHINE 3SflHantedJB_doJiifijrfioJ^j^ge^__ of Family Sewing with more rapidity, with more ease of management and with less fatigue to the operator than any Ma- . chine now in use. PRICE FORTY (40) DOLLARS! It requires no extra attachment for embroideringBraiding and Gathering. It takes the thread directly from the spools, thus saving trouble and economizing time. It requires but one -foot to move the treadle even in sewing the heaviest fabrics. It is mane of the best sled. and°atall points of wear case-hardened. Its chief points are Unequalled Simplicity, Quietness of Operat...
Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
<3-.Eis*E:e,s patent s&u--Pi-Guu.riNe . GSALW SEPARATOR i GLEiim BAGGER AND I'OWENS No implement more " important to the farmer than a Eirst-class Grain Thresher and Cleaner-^for none pays him ' bo well and so speedily., •, ' ." ' . ' ' ''' ' The'ab;ove cut shows the only-Geiser Machine now built 1 under the immediate eye of the old inventdrs themselveswith all the additional improvements made during the past 18 years, and now with FIRST-CLAS& WORKMEN & MATERIAL this Mach'-.e; just stands high above all of its class. As a /thresher it ia' equal to the bestas a cleaner it is superior to any existing Machine." Thia is admitted by all honest-competitors. 'Indeed it is the only Machine that really ean, by one operation thoroughlythresh; and jslean .grain fit for market. But the fact that grain direct from :his machine commands from. 2 to 3 cents a bushel more than grain difett from any othar machine, settles the question of its superiority as a c...
Id=228 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
^fi|^|lp"^g!ft VE8CTABIE SICIUM flrepgllgja hair ^Every year increases the popularity of this valuable H*ir Preparation, which is due to merit alone. We can 'assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its.high standard; and'it is the only reliable and perfected preparation for-restoring Geat ob Faded Haik to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tome properties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will createa new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical Hair-Deessing ever used, as it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair a splendid, clos ' sy appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Asaayer of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents are pure, and carefully select...
Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
uxm mum mi FIJ1HE alarmjmg increase ia the number of i frightful aceideftts.resultingjin< terrible deaths and destruction of valuable property, caused by the indiscriminate use of oils, know under the name of Petroleum, prompts us to call your special attention to an article which will^ wherever used, - rerriovethe cause of such accidents. "We allude to CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FOR ILLUMINATING PUEPOSES. The proprietor of this oil has for several years felt the necessity of providing for, and presenting to the publicas a substitute foi i.he dangerouscompounds which arc sent broadcast-overther country, - an- oil that is safe, brilliantand entirely reliable. After a long series of laborious and costly experimentshe'has succeeded in -providing, and offers to tnepublic,"such a'substitute, in "CARSON'S STELLAR OIL" It should be uBed by " every family because it is safe boyond a question. The primary purpose in the preparation of STELLAh OIL has been to ipake it Perfectly Safet...
Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
ROSADAUS O TllE liNGRlCDIENTS THAT POMPOSE UOSADAI.1S arc published on every package, therefore it isn't a secret preparation, consequently . S PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE It It is a certain euro Cot Scrofula, Syphilis in all its forms, Rheumatism, Skin Diseases,' Liver Complaint and all diseases of tho Blood. A OMS BOTTLE OF fiOSADAIIS will do more good than ten bottles of ilia Syrups of Sarsaparilla THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS D have used Rosadalisin tlieirpractica for the past three years and f< idy endorse it a9 a reliable Alterative and Blood Purifier. DR. T. C. PffG FTof Baltimore. DR.T.J. BOYKIJf, ,. " DR. B. W. CARB. '« A DR. F. O. DANNELLY" DR. J. S. SPARKS, of NicholisvIUo, DR. J. ' L. McCAETHA, Columbia, DR. A. D. NOBLES, EUgocomb, N. C. USED AHDESD0ESED BY LJ. B. FRENCH & SONS, Fall Blvcr, Mass. ' F. W. SMITH, JacksonWich. A. F. WHF.ELEB.Lima, Ohio, a HALL, Lima, Ohio. CRAVEN & CO.,Gnn]onsrllleVa. SAW'L. G. McFADDENMurfreo , boro,Toun. I Oar tpae...
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
Allef. M. Good. Matthew Metcalj ' an inii ¦ sashi km mm Bimmv JUST WHAT YOU WANT AND At Prices to suit Times and Quality ! WORK WARRANTED Motto .—Quick Sales and small Proffits. We will furnish anything wanted in our line of business, ' SASH, DOOES, SHUTTERS, MAXTLES, STAIK1UG, &c, • WHOLESALE OR KETAIL. ¦We also contract for continued Rail Stair Ways, Jewel's Ballusters, &c. &c., furnish to order or put into buildings oy me best '-f workmen; Siiwing, Chopping, Poaot Boring, Grinding, Turniug&c. < xe. In short any ', thing you wsini. call for itit'not on hand we will make it. As reference we am show you buildings in the country or in Waynesboro' where you can judge for your»eives, (we CAin't recommend material, it must recommend itself; also see the quality of our material as compared With that of other shops. TO THE PUBLIC Thankful for past favors, we' ask you for n oontinuanceof theaame. Factory 1* miles Soul h of Wnvnesboro',Pa. . GOOD...
Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
NiZW FIRWr NE;W GOODS; I hate smigstwiw Piueis T>OEKNER & WAYNANThave just open-I"»ed at the Corser Clothimi Stoee, a sqlenaid line of FRENCH. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN ' GOODS embracing Clothes of various grades ans colors. PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMEES, latest styles arid best qualities, Doeskind, Cheviots, Tweeds, Ianen and Crape Coatiugs, stylish Vest Patternsetc. AH of which will be made to order with the best Trimmings and in the best manner. A Good Fit Guaranteed in every case or no sale. " . . KEADYMADE CLOTHING Paper Collars, Ties, Bows, Suspenders, Hos iery etc.always on hand. Gentlemen desiring stylish and good fit ting clothing should give us a trial. BOERNER & WAYNANT ap 27 S. E* Cor. Diamond.
Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
NEW GOODS t . CAN, BE.BEAM AT .IflB BTORB OF "WM. ^ L. . BEID.-; I have just bought in ttd' East " a ' choice stock of goods. A full supply of COFFEES, TEAS, RICE, WHITE SUGARS, (Coffee, cracked loaf and pulverized.) P. R. and N. O. Molasses and SyrupsDried Fruit, Sugar-Cured Hams-Smoked Beef &c. In the way of Pure Spices and baking articles generally, and flavoring articles, &c. the quality -stands unsurpassed. Do not forget to look at our 10 cent and levy sugare. I am preparedto keep with the market. CHEESE.—The very best quality on hand winter and summer. mmmm m a, wmsa I get my goods fresh from the. factory oi James Mason and Co. Have many different kinds.. The newest thing out is the "Imperial."
Id=211 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
KTBSINUS COLEGE! Located at Pieelaud, Montgomery Coiui ty, Penn'o. THE'ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: ri'ORMEHLY FrEELAKD SeMISAEY.] A Fir»t-class English, Mathematical and Classical Boarding School for >ra«NiQi mm &p bbtsi Undar the immediate Tuition andManage-¦ meat of the faculty of the college. 'ZEUMS MODERATE. All necessary-expenses including Tuition, Butirdiux, AVashiag. Books, &c, not exceeding &2S0 a year. THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT will bo distinct from the academicand •will afford all the advantages of a full college course in the usual higher brnnches of study, under th'j direction of a Faculty of mx Professors. ryu.The Academic Year for both Dppartmctit.s: will be divided into the following threw terms:—Tho School opening with the Rill termSeptember 6, 1870 to ' Deeembor -2. Winter term. Jmuwrv 4, IS71 to April 6. Sprinp termApril \\> Co .Tidy 7, 1S71. Fur further information :ipr>'vto Kev. J. H. A. BOMUlCUGE'l " . 1). IX, Presiden...
Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 26 October 1871
ROASTS!} AlilYB . The following record of one day's accidents, all from the same cause, viz: the use of inl'erior Coal Oil, is taken from the Philadelphia Ledger of a recent date: ' . ''The alarm of fire^ last evening, at 7 o'- clock, was caused by the burning; of the •dwelling, corner of 16th, and Poplar, resulting from tne explosion of a coal oil lamp.— Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of the dwelling had retired to her department, « few moments "before the discovery of the fire. On entering her room, she was found ly ing on the iloorwrapped in flumes." " "About 7 o'clock yesterday .morninga coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexander, who lives on Cowslip St. near 16th.— She-was-severelvburned. "Margaret Colligan, residing in the rear of CIS South St., was burned by the explosion of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while attempting to extinguish tlje ijamewas also severely ' burned. Two of the above named victims have since died of their injuries." All such fearful a...