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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
LOOK HERE!! ni.Ti. STOTVER, Dril ^i»1, WHOLBSALB AMD BETAIIi DEAtEB fN HIS LINK OKBC8. J MBflfyWAYNESabRO'EAJ, ¦ ;.:: Has not only got back to his <) ' old businesii," mi fo tnej'old stand!" -Haying fitted pp tbe ^M/L pom now occupied neatly and having ^^Sv returned from the city with a fresh aqp- BJ ply, which he has jjst received, conns. ^K3L ' ¦ng-of : : ' • . ' ¦' '" . -. '^ " ¦ ¦ ..". - o .- -•; ¦ Fresh, foreign aqd Domestic Drugs, . . A largo ajiiigehoialassortment of AJedioihes, . v Chernlcals, Patent Medicine, DyerStuffs, _" "' - Dry 'taints and Paints grpun ' d in Oil j ' ' ; 1 Oils expresseAand distilled ; ' ¦' Fruits green, preserved and.dry^ ' .*. - Confectionarics, Liquors of all kinds for medicinal purposes, Books, stationary,"fancy and miscellaneous articles: all of which he offers for sale. Thankful ' for favor ' a received anil hopeful of their continuance, he invite ? the public ' tp call before purchasing elsewhere. . Sto ' ner oilers for sal ' e . a 1 ...
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Should you ask me, should you wonder, Where to buy your Stoves and Tinware; I would answer, 1 would tell you—"/ < "Go unto the fine ^ new store room Where the big Kcd Horn, the sign is; There's the best Cook Stoves and Tin-ware, AU sold cheap by 1>. 0. Russell.", [Ftom the Hong of Hiawatha. 'TSHE undersigned-informs the public in genera Is nnd especially those of his customers in Waul ol anything in his line of business, that he has'completed and is now occupying his new and extensively enlarged establishment lor the Manufacture and Sale OF TINWARE, SHEET-IRON WARE, AND STOVES. . iffl'' He is now prepared to supply any demand for his Cook Moves, general Housekeeping (loads nnd Kitchen Ware, on tuch terms as inuil give entire fculisl ' uction~ ¦ '' .^(aaa'waa ¦ offered arc of the best and most improved kmds.nnd having been tried are acknowledged to be all that fan be i!cmici1 as good cookers and bakers, uud are y '. . > His own manufactured WAKE is all...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Six Excellent Receipts* Best JUinger Crackers.—Tyo pound sol flour, one lialf pound-, of butter, one hair |ntun(! of sugar, one pint ofgood molasses, «>ne ounce o| ginger; mould vely light and Toll out tilin. ¦ Spanish" Bunn* three pounds of fngnr, six ounces of butler, three eggs, one i.aif |>ini of milk, one pnjnid ol flour, onr t ' ttaspoonfui uf cream tariaVia f quantity of soda; dissolved in seperVe clips- When •.ill is commingled stir G> first U* arid, then the soda, fiafcefin lun^jtans, and when buked, cut in blocks two inches square. Superior Soda Biscuit.—One tabletpooriful of cretin of tartiir, one table-Fpoonful of carbonate of soda, two large table spoonfuls oi lard, one pint oj sweet milk, one lull quarf of* flour-—sail. " Mix thoroughly the sodal cream tartar, laid and flour together; then add the 'milk; wprk up very lightly; rfrtl out the thickness of one's middle finger, and bake in a quick oven. College Feast.—To a-tinful of hops, add two qu...
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
WM, A. TRITLB'S HOlSLIiliLrERS' EMPORIUM, AND Copper, Brass, Tin and Sheet Iron Alaiivfactory, On Main Street, one door West of TroxeVa Dry Good) Store, WHERE he keeps constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of Housekeepers' Articles of every descript iun. ' Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper nnd Brass Ware, Japaned Ware, Wooden Ware, Sad-irons, all sizes of Iron Kettles, Pans, &c. Also—a large assortment of Cooking Stoves, Parlor and Ten-plate Stoves. Persons who arc in want of a good cook stove, will do well to call and see his assortment, as he is prepared to offer great inducements, not only in Stoves, but in all the above article's. -You will line] a large and splendid assortment of Tin Ware of his own manufacture—at low prices.,. A U those desirous of Rotting bargains would do well to call at W. A. TKITLE'S Housekeepers' Emporium, opposite Dr. Brotherton's office. House Spouting done at tho shortest notice, and of the best Tin. ' Feeling thankful for past favors, he inv...
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
FRESH A.PITW MIS, IBS, WMl Confectionery, Fruits, &ct, &c., Stf, THE subscriber takes this method of announcing to the people that lie has received at bi^jfbg store,' a large mid carefully selected stock of FREgH DRUGS, Uheraicals, Patent MiJicines, Faints Oiln, Dye Stuffs, window ^ Utass, Putty, Tobacco, SnulJ, and Segars, &c, which he is ,now prepared to sell as cheap ns the cheapest and will assure bis customers that in regard to quality which is of tho firet iinportauce, liis goods will compare with any in the market. f. ' ' He, has also a splendid assortment of Perfumeiy, Soaps and Toilet .Articles. of all-kinds, consisting in part of ttie following, viz Binulolincs, d ¦ Pomades, Amber and licars'Oil ¦ Colognes, " ¦ Extracts for the Handkerchief, ' Liyou's Kiithairun.
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
THIS WAY! Hifypii! nriHB undersigned respectfully announces to the JL public generally that he is still at.the old [stand on Church Street,' Waynesboro' , Pa., whjsift he continues 'the manufacturing of Family-y gP^.UUUAU^, , Buggies, Barouches, Wagons, cuid every speeies of vehicles usually made iq such establlshineiits.f' Hia work is warranted ' to ' be composed of the best anU most durable material, aiid none ' but the most expeiicneed workmen ' are employed.— He has notvon. baud a number of Carriages, Buggies, &£'., 4c;, ty hicli He ' will positively sell. at greatly " reduced prices "for cash, or upon a short credit. By ' keeping a gjjod .stock at all times, and always holding" Himself ready to supply the demands of the people he Ifdpes to retain c aai! secure a liberal share of patronage. Repairing, Trimming, and Painting dqjjo in thebest manner, and at the shortest notice. Lumber, Country Produce, '&c, will be taken in exchange for work. ' JACOB ADAMS. N...
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Lumber! Iiiimberlj ^ rilHE undersigned offers at his Lumber Yardl J_ Waynesboro', Pa., the following variety of wel, seasoned Lumber, at reasonable rates: - Worked Flooring Boards; J, }, and 1 inch yellow Pine; i inch, bed Lining; 1, l^undS inch White Pine; A inch white pine Weatherboarding: Spruce Pine Joice and Sccntling; J, } and If inch Poplar, Poplar Scantling; J and 1J Cherry, Cherry Tabje Legs; Pine Lath, and Chestnut Shingles, and Chestnut Posts and Rails. Also, Turned Chair Stuff by the Stand; Turned, Chair Legs, Bent Chair Backs, and turned Broom Handles. ALSO, For Sale, by the bushel or quantity-, Corn on the ear or shelled, Oats and Potatoes by the bushel. ' ALEX. HAMILTON. Mar.15—tf ' I T. J.FJULBSEftT, g % DlUPEJt, M j| Has constantly fur sale a full assortment o/"^ Ssi GOODS for Gentlemen's ware. a jjj*i idiTLatest City Fashions always on hand.^S Sj Waipiesboro'', Fa. S
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Half a tin cupful ' of, this yeast is sufficient lor four or five loaves of bread. Baked Whortleberry Pudding—Four ciipliils of fluur. three oi sugar, three pggs, one cupful »i sour cream, one cupful ql hutter, one quart of berries, fresh or dried, one lea-spoonful uf so<5a. Mix the soda wiih the milk, the flour (well .sifted) with ilie sugar and butler; then ailtf the eggs, (well b. ealen;) lastly the cream. Have the berries well floured, as fur Iruil cake, and mix in ' liglitly Hake brown;, ll eaten lint, when sliced, pour cream ovir each elice. - ° fitin ' s Bifad.—One pint of milk, a large tea spoonl ' ulW lard , two es^, a cuplul of yeast, salt, and sufficient flour to make it almost the euiiMSU'ncy of roll dough.— (irease the pan in which >ou intend to hake it, ("a square one being preferable.)--J'our in the dough. Let it rise,-and then bake in a quick ovj?n. When done, cut in * lices imnipdiatety-j-^ nd butter them, •beginning with the botiortr—erosl. Replac...
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
NO LABOR. " . NO ODOR DI3CONS FUHE CARBURET OF IRON STOVEPOLISH, Tho cheapest article in . the world. Unrivalled in Economy. Permanently Lustrous. The only place 10 get it is at ' . BROTHERrON'S. MarchSS. " ' . . Important to Farmers 7TTHE subscriber takes this method of announcing of the Farmers and others, that he has on hand' a lot of DWARF BROOM CORN seed, along with some specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article of Broom Cora, and should be raised by every one. " He has also a fill) assortment of fresh D ^ugs, Medjcfnes, (Chemicals, <Stc. ' ' . J. F. KURTZ. P. S. I am selling Cranberries at ' l2J cent* per qvart, . ..- . ' . ' Mar. 14 6) 00 CATSUP BOTTLES jU , For : *aje at the Store oi W. I|. Bootdeetos lM;/-? ~ . i lJTHERAN 4liuaiiacs at gtf-- ,»b ; 8H ' ' '' ¦ KmtTz's T'tR Toys for sWo at Rva*iii?B ~ Deu2» 'CO -"' ' T- ADU38 and Misses' Hooped skirts at I J Oct4 « Bcsork's
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
To Capitalists, rtT-AYNESBORO' SAVING FUND Thi§ VV Society will pay the following rates ofin' - terest per annum.on ail sums deposited in the Institution. For 3 months, 2 per cent.; fxom 3 to 6 months, 3 per cent.; from 9 to 18 * months, 4 per cent; and over 18 months, 4$ per cent. Fur a shorter period than 3 montus the terms will bp madekownby the Treasurer. Notes for discounts hould be handed to the Treasurer on Tuesday, as the Board ol Director* meet rgularly on Wcdnesd ay of each week, at 9 o'clock A.M. By order of tho Board, ' June 17'58 JNO. PHILIPS Treasurer. rpELEGRAPH FODDIiR OUTPEKa, I y The bestin use For sale by ,. Wov8' E. S..TKOXEL.. Agt. THRESH Mackerel at " / ! : J Mar 28 AMBEB8OH, Benedict & Co's. |JE ACHES.—Dried Peaches, pared and unpar-J7 ed at - AtiBsaaos, Benedict & Co's. RA ISINS at 12} and ' 20 cents per pound at novita • KuBTi'a C1LOTH , Hat, Hair, Tooth and Nail Bruahe /just received and for sale very low by M. M SiONER. May 13.
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
SEW KOfS y|W SPIBG FSKSTASmiVAgi. WO. $¦ J. BEXDEll HAVfji? pow v open for inspec- pw» m^ tWflt their'store on- the W W SiiuiheliipcOriier of tho.Diaiufond .iffifesB-n^ their *< ita SUppiy oi WmmS spmif&AWBsmHiaisR pi \m for Gentlemen s w4re. Their If If fljj stuck embraces Blije, Black and (SyBISERBMta Fancy Cloths, 1'hiin, Fancy Cnssimcres, Silk and t-atin Vcstings, and, all otheT goods for coats, pants, and vests, of the most fashionable styles. Also—Glows, Cravats, shirts,collars, &.C.. &c; with an assortment of R-JJADV-MADB CLOTHING./ (jeiitU'inen are invited to call and examine their stock of hew goo.Is. t^"l'heMutest I'aaliiuns regularly»received. May 23 18G1.' '
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Continental Hotel," WAYNESBORO', PA. THE undersigned having lecentty taken tho abovc named House, formerly known as the '¦¦« lobe Inn," takes pleat ure 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 liis.gucsts comfortable —the public may rest assure'S that they will at all times find it in a condition suited to the comfort and convenience of the traveler. ' His Bar is always supplied with the choicest Liquors, ' and his Table with the best the markets afford, and all other appliances suitable and necessary for the accommodation of man or beast. With faitiifuf and obliging servants and his own personal attention and supervision-, he will leave no means unspared to merit public patronag&. The proprietor assures those who may favor him with tkeir patronage that ' they shall ...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
NEW FIRM !. Coachmaking! THE undersigned having leased the well-known Coochinnking.Establisliuientof Alex. Hamilton, 011 Mechanics street, Waynesboro', respectfully announce to their friends and the public generally, that they purpose carrying on the business in all its branches, and are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of Hajmages, Buggies, JSarouches, Sping Wagons, &c. <kc, ol the best material, and made oy superior workmen. ^ ._ BLACKSMITH1NG and REPAIRING of all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly and to the satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE takerr in exchange for work at market prices. ISP^Pcrsons desiring articles or w'ork in the CoachmakingMmc, are respectfully invited to give them a call. I,. K. MORRISON, J VIar. 8. GEO. B. HAWKER.
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Ready-Made Clothing . * FOR FALL AND WINTER! FRE. SH SUPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHLY! . AS. ADAMS would respectf illy inform his # patrons and the public generally that he has relumed from the Eastern cities with a.genera I assortment of Ready-Made FALL A . ND WINTER CLOTHING, r embracing all'the latest styles of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Necties, Suspenders, etc, etc., all of which are well made: The public ars cordiajly invited to call and examine his goods,, its he is ctetertermined to sell at short profits. Ho will continue tq carry oq the business of Tailoring as heretofore, Persons desiring garments cut out or made iip are invited to give him a call. Latest fashions received regularly, Oci25. ' . ' A. S. A.
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
NEW LIVERY THE subscriber respectfully announces to bis friendsVnd the public generally tliat he has opened a Livery Stable iu VVuynesboro, and is now prepared to accommodate tho public ^ generally with c^imikwMi^m RTTj "t the shortest notice, diy or night.— ¦ p Persons desirous ol hiringeither foi nuiu n ur UriVmg, would do well to give him a ca& His stock has been selected with great care uJ garde' gentleness and speedy traveling; and bW^p gies and carriages are all in good condition' '' The above stock 'wilt be kept at the Stable of Dt. John Oellig. Persons -wishing to tan ' will please jjpply to the nndcraigtied at Bowden* * Hotel. no8—6w. . , JOHW MCHARDSOJ*.' LABOE assortment^^IWARE at the ileeSO 'M . _-'ft ¦= * '.¦ ¦
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
DENTISTRY. * " .j. ¦ * T~ vR. WM. D. LECHLER take? this opportunity _Lf to return thinks to " tKe ' public ' for the liberal patronage ho hus received during the past, and? hopes by strict attention ta business- to merit a continuaiice ' . of tho same. A"' operations in the dental fine Tvill be performed in" the most substantial and satisfactory manner. He keepk posted on alf the advancements and iinprovments of the profess-^ ton, and flatters himself that as ' good ' work can bo ' had at his oflice as at any otherjit. ihifTSr»ts__Arti ficial teeth inserted from a »Wfe toolh tf> a full set ' , and in all cases warranted tb perform satisfactorily or no pay. Terms reasonable ^ . J ' , ' July 5, I860. .. ^^
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
urnet s (Jocourhe, ' Harrison' s Ladies' Soap, llohey Soap,. • Hold soap, Diamond While Soap CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, &c Cranberries, Raisins, ?igs, Prunes, Currants, Dates, Citron, Oranges, Lemons, Nuts of all .kinds, and Candies of every Variety. ¦ __ Kerusi-nc Lamps, Lamp globes, and Brushes, Kerusene Oil, Camphinc, Alcohol, Burning Fluid, and in fact anything and everything that is usually found in a drugstore. Thankful lor kind tayojs and patronage heretofore bestowed upon him, he solicits a co.nlii}uancc of the same, and hopes *hat bv endeavoring to please, he may win the conlide ' nce of the people. * Physicians' prescriptions promptly and carefully, compounded at alijiours. J. F. KCRTZ. nov .29, 1860
Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
Pictures, Pictures THE undersigned takes this method of informing the citizens of SV' uyhosboro' ana. vicinity tl.at he has purchased the JLJaguereian apparatus of of Mr J/B. Resser, and is now prepared to take all kinds of Pictures at the very lowest prices, which are guaranteed to be as truthful and lifelike as any ollered to the public, lie has just' received a new stock of common and fancy cases of all sizes and styles, which he can 1 soil very cheap. Pictures taken for 25 cents which' can be sent through the mail lo any P. O. in the U. S. for six cents. Call and examine for yourself vyhether you want work or not; he charges nothing for showing. He will be happy to see you. Room in the Now Bqilding, next' door t" Sibbet's Hotel, (up stairs.) J. H. WELSH-.' Nov22
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
FAYBTTEVILLE SB MINTAR^ Recommendations from the Faculty of Princeton College. N.J. ' PniNCK-r<«, N. J., Feb. 26th, 1861. .The undersigned are happy to testify that pupila of the Fa/etteville Academy, Pa. have maintained ' a high standing among tho recpnt graduates of the College of New Jersoy. ' ' : ' " " JOHN MACLEAN, _ : Prcsident-of the College-"; JAMES C. MOFFAT' ' '¦ Professor of Greek. O. MUSGRAVE OIGKR, Professor of Latin. JOHN T.DUKFIELU, mar.28 Professor of Mathematics Dr. JTacoJj.*, fllarbaligb & Vo>»
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862
A NEW POCKET PISTOL. "SAAKPE'S PATENT "¦ Breecb-Loading^ Repeater.,' fT1HIS Pistol, (or simplicity of construction, com-__| l>jictnes_s_and .durability, is superior to all olhers yet ollered to the public. It can be loaded as quickly as other pistols are capped. The load may remain in the Pistol any length of time without jlij-iry. It isihe lightest pistol manufactured that lias force and is sale to carry. It will force a ball through a one inch board at the distance of one hundred yards. Weight only eight aiid a half ozs. For sale at UROTHEKl'ON'8 May 2 Hardware Store.