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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
MW GOODS! Ml GOODS! gIRST ARBJVASi. G. & J. BENDER HAVE now open for inspec- m. ^ tion at their store on the vj^P ' FJ? ' Southeast corner of tlio . Diamond < ^?'S'5fe3K;ji5^a their second . supply of ' <T*3r^^^^^a SPRING AMD SUMMER |1^| M for Gentlemen's ware. Their j/j/ JI stock embraces Blue, Black and aSSvHSSSt&WBl Fancy Cloths, Plain, Fancy Casaimercs, Silk nnd Sttiin Vestings, anil all other goods for coats, pants , aud vests, of the most fashionable styles. Also—Gloves, Cravats, shirts, collars,- &c. &c; with an assortment of READY-MADB CLOTHING. Uentlemen are invited to call and examine theii stock of new goods. Cs?*TI?e latest Fashions regularly received. May 23 1861.
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
tt'':tii\iTiiffiniuM'^ , Dea!e*$Ti aftJheiiariety ofy_j&r>ii ' $ ' ai" ' ¦ ' $$}?. ciiit&, Yankee JVoUann, Peffritti$ry, ~ ¦ ' , . * • ' • Liqvbra jot • mtdicinhl ¦ . pifrposes. Oils, : . ., , . -^ ¦ ¦'¦ " .. . ' : ¦ ^c.; ^ ¦ ' -- " -r^' WOULD tender his thanks to the community and still solicit the palranago of a generous public who v?anvanythiug in his line.. . Inasmuch as he has enlarged his stock so its to bo enabled ta answer all calls for anything nnd everything usually found in a Drug Store, and has, a thorough acquaintance with the Business, bo'hppet, to gain tile confidence of the " Commttnity. ' He will pny particular attention to filling' physicians' Precriptions, anuf mote cate and p recaution used in waiting'upon chldrbn than adults. ' ¦ . * ' ' . " " '' - ' "' ; ' ¦ •?
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Continental Hotel, " WAYNJisBOKO', PA. ' THE undersigned having jccently taken the. obove named House, formerly known as the "lilobe Inn,"'takes pleusure in annoui'icing to his friends and the pnblic that he is prepared to receive and cnteitaiti tiuesu in a stylo not to be excelled by any country ^otel. The House having buen thoroughly lepaned. and ncwly furnished with every thing calculated to make his guc6ts comfortable —-the public may rest assured, that-they will at all times tmJ it in a condition suited to the comfort and convenience of thp traveler. His Bar is always eur>- j<lied with the choicest Liquors, and his Table with the best tho markets atTonlTTmd-ttll other appliances suitable and necessajjy&r the accommodation of man or beast. Wftlifaitnftll and obliging servants and his own personal attention and supervision, be will leave no means mispared to merit public patronngft. Tho proprietor assures those who. may favor him with their patronage t...
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
(PAULOR AND TEN-PLATE) CARRIAGE WARE, v "\ jTnd CEDAR WARE; - GRINDSTONES, (A superior kinil;) . ' : - ' ", '' " Horseshoes, ¦ • ¦ . TraceB, ^ : HameB, " SHOE FINDINGS AND LASTS Knives, Forks, Spoons, &c. ^ALSO £v££c£>eiii C§3 oa <Z. <£ cs» qp ^ A X I> FIL L,E It S On a new and improved plan, at low prices. He invites Ms old cu ' stoiners and the trade gener erally to cxamrpc his.stock bt-fore purchasing else where. ^- H. STOABHOUSB. Nov. 1.1860
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Important to Farmers PHE subscriber takes this method of announcing I of tbo Farmers and others, that he has 'on band aiot . of DWARF BROOM CORN seed, along with sorao specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article ' of Broom ' Corn, and should be raised by, every irfne; He has aWo a. full assortment .of fresh Ujugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 4fcc. / ¦ "—^ . , J.F.KURTZ. P. 8. I am soiling Cranberries at l&b^ents per qvort., . ¦ . /lytj hy j* f)00 CATSUP BOTTLB8 • ¦ /IJ /"*—F or sale *t tbe Store of W. M.\Bai>TBsnjps ¦ ¦ ^ _gep5 y - . . ' ^ y LU THERAN Almanac, at nov 29 KunTZ ' a I IN Toys for sate at ! ' Bbssml 1 * "" DecgU. '6O . ' I ADIBSaqd Muses'Hooped akirip at J Oot4 Beiorh'b OILK, Wool, and Cottoo under Shirts and Draw 3 «n at . . J. ' WJjjjiAEtt's.
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
NEW FIRM! Coachmaking! THE undersigned having leased the well-known CiiachmakingEstablishinontof Alex. Hamilton, on Mechanics street, Waynesboro', r«;specllully aiu nounce to their friends and the public generally,_thul they purpose carrying on the business in all its branches, and arc now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of • Davringes, Buggies, Earouches, SSping Wagons, &c. <Stc, of the best material, and mudc oy superior workmen. BLACICSMITH1NG "and REPAIRING of all kinds dou ' e at reasonable rates, promptly andto the satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for work'at market prices. ' -ES"*Persons desiring articles or work in the Coachmaking line, are respectfully invited to give them a sail. "- L. K. MORRISON, JWar.^ u _ 9E %L ti - HAVVKKR. '
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
1J OR SALE OR FOR RENT—A TeloT pU ; Stovo. A pply at PRICE'S Store . Octl8; OL ' ENDID EmbroiJerea goods at O «Jct - - Bbsobb's, " TO FARMERS. . ~ i STEEL Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Forks, " rlak Manure Drags, &.C., <&c, at prices tbaj will u competition. Call and see for yourselves, at aprl . t ••¦-•' BdotBeBros'a Light! Lights!!, ^ITHE cheapest Light * in use can bo had at X STONEHOUSE'S Hardware " 8tore : - IVnT l -.; - - - •"•' . ' '• PRIME Coffee,Sugars, Teas and C< eemat' OcH , . . ¦;" ., ¦ ,3JBte . M'B PRUNE S at UJ ajul 25 cants poi ponndat nov 20 . .. . • KoBTa'a. tf 1 EN'Pb Shawls, Arctic Wrappers, and oik (JTcorafortobla <ino« for cold woatber at ¦ , Or<4 ¦ Bnaaa'ai CRANBERRIES al 16 cents per quartat \j nov 89 * ' ' Kotwt 1
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
<i( tliose tendencies to evil thought, and kfep the mind occupied thoroughly with s.imeihing good. And then, wlien you ure reading a good book, how will thai business drive away evil associates, and ^D_fiLLiip_yiiut-«-w-iut ; .me,'il)al you * ill find no opportunity to engage in wicked or in unprofitable deeds. W Add together, tfien, Itie pleasures, Urn profits, and the securities of reading, and tell us, y oung man, teTI us, young woman, if it will not pay to form a liabit of reading 1 It will not cost muck money, and will save a great (Jj!a_L__iJ.i_wjJA not cost much labor, and will make that )<tbor very sweet. It will not demand a gnat deal of lime, and will make all time, pass away swiftly and agreeably. Learn to read, then, and lollow up the practice.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Prophecy. For sale by J, F. KURJ-Z. Nov I • - ]_[ Lumber! Lumber!! ri^HE .um' ersigncd offers at his Lumber Yardl I Waynesboro', Pa., the following variety of wcl, seasoned Lumber, al reasonable rates: Worked Flooring Boards; $, J, and 1 inch yellow Pine; i inch, bed Liningp' 1, 1A and 2 inch White Pine; ^ inch white pine Weatherboarding: Spruce Pine Joice and Scentling; f, j and Ij inch Poplar, Poplar ScanUiiig; J and 14 Cherry, Cherry Table" Legs,; Piiie Lath and Chestnut ShingleSninil Chestnut Posts and Rails. Also, Turned Chair StuhY by the Stand; Turned Chair Legs, Bent Chair Backs, and turned iirooin Handles. - ALSO, For Sale, by, the bushel or quantity, Corn 511 the car or shelled, Oats and Potatoes by the jushol. ALEX. HAMILTON. Mar.15—tf -
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
11 Ul HBIUE MR • Choice Wines and Liquors for medicinal and sacramental purposes, Patent Medicines are endtcsa in variety, including all that have been mode up to this date and some that are yet in embryo. Also White Leadline, Paint, Whiting, and , Varnishes for house building or, inside work, besides all sizes of Glass. Commercial, Note, Fools Cap and Lptter Paper always on hand, with a variety of Envelopes of different sizes and colors. Brushes, (Jomlw, Pomade, Fancy Soap, Hair Oil; Colognes, Essences, Flavoring Extracts, arid namorous articles in the Fancy line on hand and offered for sale ' , cheap. er than ever oiiereu 1 before " Also a large assortment of Kerosene Oil Lamps, Chimneys, Shades ard -Wicks, and Kerosene Oil to fill them. A general assortment of Fruits> and Confectinnaries, Tobacco and Cigttts. Oct. 11. • ' ^
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
pictures . Pictures THE undersigned takes this method of informing tho citizens of Waynesboro' anil vicinity , ti.at he haB purchased tho ' Daguercian ' appatatus of of Mr J. B. Rcsser, nnd is now prepared to take all kimls of Pictures at tho very lowest prices, which' are guaranteed to be as truthful and life-like as any offered to the.public. Ho has just leceiveil a now Btock of common and fancy - cases of all sizes and styles, which ho can sell very ' cheap. Pictures taken tor 25 cents which can be sent through the. mail to any P. O. in the U. S. for . -six cents. . Call and examine for yourself whether you want work or not; he charges nothing 'or showing. Ho will be happy to see you. , ¦ . Room in the New Building, next door to Sibl'ct's Hotel, (up stairs.) J. * H. "WELSH- ' Nov23
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
DR. WM. D. LECHLER takea this opportunity. ' to return thanks to the public for the liberal, patronage he has received during the past, and hopes by strict attontion to business to merit a ' continuance of thp same. All operations in the dental Jine will he performed in the mpst substantial nnd satisfactory manner. H* keeps posted on all, the advancements.and.jinj>rov .inBnts of .the profession, and Hitters himself that as good work can be. had at his office as at any other in . the State Arti licinl teeth inserted frSma single tooth to a full set , md in all cases warranted to perform satisfactorily ar no pay. Terms reasonabla. - . Tilj 5,1860. "¦ *~ ; '
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
I^I EW LIVERY THE subscriber respectfully announces to his friends and the public generally that he has opeued a Livery Stable iu Waynesboro ,and is now prepared to accommodate the public generally with r^ liS &PlffiMs "ffjtjf J nt tho shortest TJOtice, day or nignt,— VHHWlHMPeriions desirous oi hiring, either foi rjiiiiiK or driving, would do well to givo him a call. H19 itock hus been selected with great care as regardk gentleness and speedy traveling; and his buggies dnd carriages am all in good condition-The\above ' stock wilt;be -Kept at the Btubl f of Dr. John Oeiligv Persons wjehing to nife will g loaee apply to the undersigned at Bowdcn'e ilotel.. no8—6w JOHN RICHARDSON...
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
PAYBTTBVILLB SBMIl^ARY Recommendations from Itie Faculty of Princeton College. jX. J. ¦ PniNOCToN, N. J., Feb. 26th, 18(51. I ho undersigned are happy to testify that pupils Df the Faretteville Academy, Pa. have maintained a bigb standing amaHjfrtiB recenrgraduatea of the ' l/oHege of New Jersey. ' - ' • JOHN MACLEAN, President of tile Collcgo. JAMES O. MOFFAT' Professor Of Greek. G. MUSGRAVE GIGBRj ' Professor of Latin; JOHN T.DUFFIBLD, Jg"- 28 , Professor of Mathemalica
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A W£W POCJKET FISTOIi. "SHAUPE'S. PA TENT Breech Loading Repeater., ' rp HIS Pistol, for simplicity of constructioli, com-I pnetness and durability, is superior*to . .ail athers y«l oflored to the public. It can be iCTed as quicMy as other pistols are capped. The load may rviunm in tbe Pistol any longtU of time without injjry. Jt'in the lightest^ pistol manufactured that has force andis sate to carry. U will force a ball tlirough a one inch board at trie distance of one hundred yards. Weight only eight.and a half ozs. For sale at JBROTHERTON'S Way 3 ' H irdwara Store
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
NO HUS^BUCCflNG THE subscriber respectfully informs tho public that he will cuntinuo the Smithing'business at the old stand, until recently, conducted undei the firm of Hawker & Cliue. lie is now prepared to make to order Buggies, Carriages,Spring Wagons, with all work belonging to the ' Blacksmi thing business, at short notice and upon reasonable terms. He returns his thinks for the very liberal patronage extended to the late firm, and hopes by prompt attention to business to merit a continuance or the same. JOHN CLINE. March 22.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Kew Milliaery Bstabiishineht THE undersigned would inform the citizens ol Wnyiifsboro' ami vicinity that she hits commenced iliu Milliner buimess, in Church street, a few doors South of the Diamond, She expects to receive licrguods ijnTOw-aiiys. The ladies are niosL respocilu .lly invited to give her a call. No pnilis will be spared to suit the tasle of all. By close application onif a determination to persevere, she hopes to gain the confidence, as well as trie support oi tile community. She has made arrangements bo that she can receive new goods weekly if necessary. Please give her a call . M. C. RESSER, Wnjiu'slioro', May 2, '61. ,
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
VILLAGE RECORD. ¦'¦ - ¦^w^pMr' ¦ ¦ ^ERMS. — $f.6<< if jgafii la advance, or within three months—$2-00 after the. expiration of threa months but within the Joir. ' • ' ' . ' ADVERTISEMENTS.—Teh lines, ttiroeihser. tions $1; for evcrj subflequent irieertlon, 25 cents, G^Pdteflt .medicln^" ' 1»M -other clt^ adyertiacnients to Be paid «emi-4nntiilly, in advance:
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
louint in a tlrugslore. Tliankful-tui kind favors nnd patronage heretofore bi'<iowi'.( u^iop him, hesolicits a continuance of tbe siiiiic. and hopes ih.it bv endeavoring to please, lie may win the confidence of the people. I'lijsi.i.ins'preMiiptions promptly and coreMk compounded at all hours.' J. F. KURTZ. nov .VI' .) , 18G0