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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
MJiN 'S Hv.my, &ouu4*l>mtw *uti Coat* »i • r ;, <M* ....,f.. • - . ..• .. - ¦ • •; •*¥«*> OAL.ENOAB FOJl 1869, ,;u,^m$m$ mi January ' 12 3 4 - •¦ : -' - . : ' •' ; B ir '6-!'-T-'' ! 8'-'-"-9'f-10 "- -i' l 12r J is 14 15 i8 IT 18 : 19' 20 21 28 43 H4 V V5 . :26 87 28 29 3Qr<(ftir February. - ..- ^- '.i-i'l 1 ^jdvj iS 3 4 5 A,:.:jZ 8 9. 10 11 12, 13 U 15 ie * i .7 M .1? eo 21 22 2T 24 25 26 27 28 Mfcrch ' ¦ ¦ ¦ '•- . •' ' • ' • ¦ ' ¦ , ¦ 1 . - • .a*. 3 ;.-4 ? 'B- . 6; r - r r\ 8 9 10 11 t2-13 J 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ¦ . ••'. .. ¦ . :mM ;' ... ' .,\ ' , L> ' -:¦ April 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14, 15 16 it 18 19 80 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 May • < ¦:¦ '¦ ¦ ,: .::. . :;-:, 1 z ¦ 8 4 5 _J_ . 7 8 9 10 il 12 13 14 16 liB 17 18 19 20 ,21 22 23 24 25 26 27 ' 28 29 30 31 June .1.2 :_3 4 5 6. 7 8 9 10 11 12- 13 14 , 15*'16 17 18 id i0 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 July 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10^ 11 12 13...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
ii. miMHouxi - ' !. , • -' -DEALER IN .- ' . iHRDHIRB,. UUTERV, &C, Has returned fronrthe,€ftiM with « lairgti and wqll selected stock of Goods ^ He: now ofleivfur sale at low prices: Ifim, ,. . ¦ i ...• Steal, -/ ' NaU«, A^e»i . ¦ - Rope, r Sobea, (PARLOR AND f EN-PLATE) . OARRIAaB WARS, - ' ¦' ' " ' AtiD ' O^DAR ^AttE; * GHINDS TONES, _^ . . (A »operior kindO ¦ ' • ' HorseBhoea Tiacea, Samoa, SHOE FINDINGS AND LASTS Btaivea, rorka, Spoona, &o. AL'8p SX2<avoia <Soaa<kc»ir»6S AJVDF1LLER9 * ¦ . . . ¦ ' < ^\ ' — - _ On a new and unproved plan, atMoW prices. He invites his old castomert and the trade genererallv to examine his stock before\ purchasing el«ewbere. H. 8TONEHOU8E. _Nova.J860 , FRilH ARRIVIL OF Daces, iiiesl nmmi Confectionery, Fraitg, Ac. &c, &C. THE subscriber tabes this method of announcing to thejteople that he has received at his'Drug gtore.'a large and carefully selected stock of FRESH DRUGS, Chem...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
A N£W POCKET PISTOL. •'SHAKPE'S PATENT « Breech-Loading;; Repeater.,' fTTHI8 Pistol, for simplicity of construction, com-I ' pactness and durability, is 'superior to all others yet oflerefa to tho public It can be loaded as quickly as other pistols are capped. The load may remain in the Pistol any length of time without injury. It U the lightest pistol manufactured that has force and is safe to carry. It will force a ball through a one inch board at the distance of oos hundred yards. Weight only eight and a half ozs. For sale at BROTHBRTON'S May 3. - Hardware Store. Dr. Jacobs, fltorbaagb Sc €os Celebrated Aaeriean Liniaieat "For Man and Beast. " THE greatest and best external, remedy ever oe fered to the public. For sale by F. J. Krutzf Druggist. Waynesboro' and by Druggists in tbe , county generally. Gr^PrieeSft cents per bottle^ December 13, '60—ly Hardware! Hardware W. H. BftOTHERTOS T) E8PECTFULLY invites attention to his pres* Xfc ent large assortment of HARDWARE, O«/Tli...
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
GEISER'S PATENT aELF-REGULATING GRAIN SEPARATOR, CLEANER " AND BAGGER AND THI Latest Improved 'thresher and Triple Gear ed Horse Power, driving either by Gear . or BelU all furnished complete, ready to be put on (Vagons, ¦ I, the undersigned, desire to call the attention o Farmers ami Threshermen of Frankling and adjoin ing counties to it. This Machine has been before* the public for seven years, during which time it has given general satisfaction, and the patentee having made some very important improvements which render it still more complete, both for dead separating and cleaning, and also for ease of draught and fast threshing., I take pleasure in recommending it to Ihe public, fcno wing that it will give tho best of satisfaction. I am manufsctuiing three different sizes, as follows: - No. 1 is 8 horse Power . will thresh and clean from 200 to 600 bushels per day. No. 2 ia 6 to 8 horsepower, will thresh and clean from 160 to 300 bushels per day No. S is 4 to 6 hone power, ...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
The Confiscation Bill. The following is the confiscation bill introduced in ttie House of Representatives by Air. Bingham, of Ohio, and which has since passeJ:— lie it enacted. That if any person or persons within any State or Territory ol the United Stairs, after the taking effect ol this ant. shall engage in armed lebellion against ttic Government of the United State?, or shall aid or abet such rebellion, all the properly, money, stocks, uteilits and effects ol such persons, are hereby declared forfeited to the Government of the United State?, and the same are hereby declared lawlul subjects of prize and capture wherever found, and the President of the United Stales shall cause itie same to be seized, coiifiscatrcl and condemned. - Sbc. 2. JSnd be it fui tfier enacled. That such prize and capture shall be condemned in the District or Circuit Court of the United States having jurisdiction «| the amount, or in admiralty in any district in which the same may he seized, or into wh...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
Bhould you ask me, should you wonder, Where to buy your Stoves and Tinware; I would answer, I would tell you—"Go unto the fine new store room . Where the Big Red Horn, the sign is; There's the best Cook Stoves and Tin-ware, Alt sold cheap by 1). II. KusselJ." [I'tum the Song of Hiawatha. n HE undersigned informs the public in genera lj and especially those of his customers in want of any thing in bis line of business, that he has completed and is now occupying bia new and extensively, enlarged establishment for the Manufacture and Sale OF TINWARE, SHEET-IRON WARE, AND STOVES. . He is now prepared to supply any demand for his Cook Stoves, general Housekeeping ' Goods and Kitchen Ware; on such terms as must give entire satisfaction. offered are of the best and meat improved ftinds . aftd having been tried .are acknowledged to be all that can be desired as good cookers and bakers, and are easily kept clean. His own hancfaotdbed WARE is all made with a view to the wants of cu...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
i mtu Dealer in all thfoariety of Drugs, Medieine$, Yankee Nations, Perfumery, liquors forSfiedicinat purpoaet, Qib,- ^ 4"c, ^c, W OULD tender his thanka to the community, and still solicit, the palranage of agenerouB public who want anything in his line. Inasmuch as he has enlarged his stock was to be enabled to answer all.calls for anything and. everything usually found in«a Drug 8tore, and has a thorough acquaintance with' IBeTiusinesa, he hopes la gain the confidence of the Community. lie will pay particular attention to filling physicians' Precriptiohs, and more caro and precaution used in wailing upon chldrcn than adults. mi I! ionic dk Choice Wjjies_«mJ Liquors for medicinal and sncranientaf purposes, Patent Medlcinci 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 sites of Glass. Commercial, Note, Fools Cap ...
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
OUR SPrKlt BANDS A • nw, o I'fiJ^e smiles and team, l)vnr 'rii'nd, I claup ihy willing hand, Anil cnze into thy smiling eye* . While tt ,i,ding on dope's sunlit etrnnd. Our spirit hnnils! how wild the thrill! ' How warm th* touch wh'ch comes from ,thim! Like swcit liiril-carruli-, music fills This eager yearning heart of mine* 'Tis evening, and Ihe placid moon Throws, many a silver beam o'er me, While on the scented zephyrs come - ,» A thousand kindly thoughts from Ibee. Tho music of the singinc birds, 'i'lie odi r of the 1 summer flowers. The ethos tliniuifh the wildwood benrd . Bind closer null these hearts of ours. I ere thy smile, I hear thy voice, I close my e\ e« whilo feelings prand Flow ont, and ' make my heart rejoice, - While clasping still thy spirit band! Th>y«|rthly form is far away, , YdFliindred souls defy all space; In one short bound they may not stay, But wing theiftflight from place to place And thou nrt near,me, for I see The wild wave of Ihy chest...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
WM. A. TJRITLE'S HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM, AND Copper, Brass, Tin and Sheet Iron Manufactory, On Main Street, one door West of TroxcT* Dry Goods Store, - * WHERE he keeps constantly on hand, an ex» tensive assortment of Housekeepers' Articles of every description. Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware, Japaned Ware, Wooden Ware, Sad-irons, all sizes of | lion Kettles, Pans, &c. Also—a large assortment of Cooking 8toves, Parlor and Ten-plate Stoves. Persona who are in want of a good cook stove, will do well to call and see his assortment, aa he is prepared to offer great inducements, not only in Stoves, but in all the 1 above articles. You will find a large and splendid assortment of Tin Wore of his own manufacture—at low prices. All those desirous of getting bargains would do well to call at \V. A. TRITLE'8 Housekeepers' Emporium, opposite Dr. Brotherton's office. House Spouting done at the shortest notice, and of the best Tin. Feeling thankful for past favors, be invit...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
LOOK HERE I! St. 91. STOItEItVJ> ru gist, WBOusAU and aavAib diamb is nisfiiOii " or aotf ¦iS8,WAYNE8BOR6' »PA^ Has not only got back to bis " old business ," but (6 the "old itand!" Having ntted-uptbe ^^^^ —- room now occupied neatly and ' having ^^SW retained from the city with a freih sup« ]Hfl ply, which he has just received, eonsuv ^^^ft ingof ' Fresh. Foreign and Domestic Drugs/ - : A largo and geneial assortment of Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicine, Dye-stuffs, Dry Paints and Paints ground in Oil. i OiU expressed and distilled: , Fruita green, preserved and dry, CohftetioBaries, Liquors of all kinds for medicinal purposes,. ; Books, stationary, fancy and miscellaneous articles; all of which he ofTers. for sale. Thankful for favors received and hopeful of their continuance, be invites the public to call before purchasing elsewhere. ¦ Stoner offere for sale a lot of beautiful fheluv—Carbon Oil which will suit for Kerosene Lamps warranted not to smoke, can be head...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
RHYME MAKING PREACHERS. Old Dr. Strong, ol Hartford, whose name is still a praise in the churches . -iiad an unfortunate habiVofsaving amusing things when he meant tt-nnLfios As when be was presiding in a meeting of ministers, and wishing to call on one of them to come forvvaru and offer^prayer, he said: Brother Colton, of Bolton, Will you step this way And pray? To which Mr. Colton immediately answered, without intending to perpetrate anything of the same sort: My dear brother Strong, You do very wrong, To be making a rhyme At such a solemn time. And then Dr. Strong said: I am very sorry to see That yon are-Jual like me. The good men would not, for the world, have made jests on such an occasion; but they could plead the same excuse for their rhymes that the boy did for whistling in school: "I didn't whistle, sir, it whistled itself!"
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
THIS WAY! ffflUGnpii THE undersigned respectfully announces to the public generally that he ia still at the old stand on Church Street, Waynesboro', Pa., where he continues the manufacturing of Family Buggies, Barouches, Wagons, and every species of vehicles usually made in such establishments.— His work is warranted to be composed of the best ana most durable material, and . none - but the most experienced workmen are employed.— He has now vn hand a number of Carriages, Buggies, Ac., &c, which he will positively sell at greatly reduced prices for cosh, or upon a short credit. By keeping a good stock 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, &c, wiil be taken in exchange for work. JACOB ADAMS. N. B. The Books of the firm of J. & A. 8. Adams, ar...
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated~ is of the most inspiring: "The United States in Prophecy,—For-«ale-by JJUCUJLCLu^ Novl Lumber! Lumber!! THE undersigned offers at bis Lumber Yardl Wayn&boro', Pa., the following variety of wel. seasoned Lumber, at reasonable rates: Worked Flooring Boards; 4, i, and 1 inch vellow Pine; J inch, bed Lining; 1, 1J and S inch White Pine; 4 inch white pine Weatherboarding: 8pruce Pine Joice and Scantling; J, j and 1} inch Poplar, Poplar Scantling; J and 11 Cherry, Cherry Table 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 T. J. FILBERT, |j DRAPER, & H Hat constantly for tale a full assortment of& H GOODS for Gentlemen's ware. Q Sj ty Latest City Fashions alwa...
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
IRON BRIDGES, CAST IRON1VA4 WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, &c. Stoves and Plow castings,also cast iron and wrought iron pipe for steam ar water, and Brass castings of every description; in a word, lam prepared to do everything usually done in a foundry and machine* shop. Having mpplied myself with the latest improved machinery, such as Lathes, Boring, Planing and Drilling Machines, persons can rely on having their work done in ttje most satisfactory manner.— ~1 am also prepared to manufacture to order machinery for wood, such as Tonging and Graving machines for flooring, Surface, Tenoul and Moulding-machines, &c. I also oiler to the public a new and valuable improvement in my steam engines, made within the last year, viz: for the economizing of fuel, and the regulation of speed) which renders my new-engines far superior to the old engines. ' All my machines ore sold under warrantee. My ham.8 are all experienced workmen in -tnis-line-of business, and I use all good mater...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
To Capitalists. WAYN ESBORO' SAVING FOND.—This Society will pay the following rates of interest pe/annum,on all sums deposited in the Institution. For 3 months, 2 per cent.; from 3 to 6 months, 3 per cent.; from 9. to IS months, 4 per cent; and omr 18 months, 4f percent. For a shorter period than 3 montni the terms will be madekownby the Treasurer. ' " ' , ^ _ Noteifor disconntshonld be handed to the Treat^ ureron Tuesday, a* the Board ot Directors meet rgularly os. Wednesday of each week, at 9 o'clock AJU. By order of the Board, . JantnT'58 JNO. PHILIPS Treasurer. rpELEGRAPH FODDBB CUTTEUd. I Tbebestin use For sale by -Tfova •;• E. a troxel; Agt.... THRESH Mackerel at ' . . J Mar 88 Amsaaoii, Bsbspiot & CoV wyEKCH^Sf—Dried Peachea, pared and unpar-XT **'** : " L : *- ' ¦ AMaa»ao», UmmPiCT& Co': RAISINS at ISfand, 30 cents per pound at aov8»_ / t Kuan's /71LOTH, Hat, Hair, Tooth and NaiJTBruihe VJjU»t received and for sale very low by M. M STONEB; May 13. THE BE8...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
A Strong Stomach.—A westrn cattle dealer, who rarely had the privilege or sitting down to meat with a family, and who had never been in a minister's house in his life, was not long ago benighted and lost in his ride across ike prairies, and compelled to ask for lodging in any house he could find* Happily lor him, it was the house of a good roan, a parson, who gave him a hearty welcome, and, whatjvas especially agreeable, told him sapper would soon be ready. The traveller's . appetite was" ravenous, and ihe moment he was a«kea to sit by, he comp lied, and without waiting fur . a second inviiation.he laid hold of what he could reach. ••Stop, stop!" said the good man of Ihe house; •• we are in the habit of saying something here before we eat." - This , hint to wait until the blessing was asked, ihe rough customer did not understand; but, with his mouth full, be muttered:. •>Go ahead! say what you like! you can't turn my stomach nowl" . -