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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
M HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED BLOOD EXTRA CTEUCHU THE GEEAT DITTfiETIC has cured every case of Diabetes in which it liaa-beei^venj-Irritatien-of tho neck of-tfae-Bladder and inflamation ofthe Kidneys; XJ1-eeration ofthe Kidneys and BladderHetention of Urinedisease ofthe Prostrate Gland, St^meJnJhe.Bladder,C_ alculns^ravel ^ Brickdust Deposit, and Mucous or Milky PuF chargesand for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions for botn Sexes, attended with the following symptoms. Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of powerLoss of Memory, Difficulty of breathing, Weak Nerves/TremblingHorror ofpjBeasejWeakfulness . Dimness ^ of Vision, Pain in Ths Back, Hot Hands, Flushing ofthe Body, Dryness ofthe Skin, Eruption on the FacePallid Countenance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, etc. Used by persons from the age of eighteen to twenty-hve, and from thirty-five or in the decline or change of life; after confinement or labor pains; bed-wetting in children. It Helmbold's Extract B...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
CmpcneM 'Parts—Fluid Extracts Rhubarb ant Fluid .Extracts Outdwabq- Grape ' Jiitie For Liver ' Complainte; Jaundice.'Billious afi fectio»s, r Sic^ of-N«irV6us ' H^a dache^efii tiveness, etc; Purely "Vegetablecontaining no J>l^ct|ryi:Mincral8 or PeleterafiBS Dmgs ,.,,;. r - ;: : :;v :; ^ Theis ' ej?flls,*re \^wii&&$1M\y$ea »nt puigsgve, Bup.%rs^9irro. . ca£fer;, <iil, ^saMe^ magnesia . etc. Thereisnothingmore acceptable to -the -etomach. ' .Theygive-.-toiie, .'ttad causa iieiffiier liausei" ot "gnpptifo i painiSt They r are composed ; 6f the fitted wgreS^^ Aftera fewBays' ise'offbsin; such'anihVI^ oration'of the: entirfrsy stein takes place '-td whether arising from imprudence o* disease. H. T. Hejmbpld's Compound. KuidExtrs^j HnfAlvtia. tf4i"O.Ym "Pill a dm> n/\f ort^-mSiAt%4-nA from, the fact that sugar-coated Pills ap n» dissolve, but pass through the stomach Vith* out dissolving,-consequently do not prOdtfcei the desired effect. THfi'CAiAW...
Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
'Allee M. Good. Matiiew Metcalf. llflllli Ikm AND iSQlRJ FACTORS I JUST WHAT YOU WANT AXD At Prices to suit Times and Quality ! WORK WARRANTED Mo-rro:—Qujek Sales and small Pro/Jits. AVo will furnish anything wanted in our line of business, SASH, D.OORS, SHUTTERS, MANTLES, STARRING, &c, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. We also contract for continuod Rail Stair AVays, Newel's Bullusters, &c. &c, furnish to onler or put into Uuilditijrs by the best of workmen; Sawing, Chopping, Poast Boring, Grinding, Turning&e.&e. In short anything you want call for itif not on hand we will make it. As reference wecan show you buildings in the country or in Waynesbovo' who re you can judge " for yourselves, (we ' can't recommend material, it must recomjjipiuI itself) also seo the quality of our material as compared wifii thut of other shops. TO THE PUBLIC Thankful for past favors, we ask you for a continuance of the same. Factory I. 1, miles South of Waynesboro', P...
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
FBSINUS COLLEGE! Locnted at Frcelantl, Montgomery "County, Penn'a. TIITTACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: . [Formerly Fkeeland Skmix.vry.] A First-class English, Mathematical and Classical Boarding " School for WMjGi mm km bqto, Undor tho imniediutc Tuition and Management of tlie faeultv of the college. TERMS MODERATE. All iK'ccs.-'aryt'xpoiixps, including Tuitipn, Jioiifding, Waybill?, Books, &c, not oxceedini^S-':! 1.) ix yuur. THE COL1.K<U.\TK DEPARTMENT v,:l! In- iVi^liiM'i IVuni i!u- academic, and will Mi'ifl iili tiiv a.i.Mnhiuvi oi" a full colk-g* i in!r--v in tlnMiMuiM'ijiiici" brunches of study, ' .r."l"i' Ilie dirivtiou ul' a Facility of six "• ¦ . ,.'l'hv Ai'inli uiif Yo:ir for both TlepartliHMi!.-. will l>c -jivl'li-d into the following tlia- ' i- t'jrih'--— The Si-linn! opening with tho Vnll tonn, ^¦ptouilier c, l«7u to Dccembt-r "J. Viiil4-rti'riu., J . iinna ry 4, 1871 to April f>. fpfinjr term, April 12 to July 7,1S71. For further iufnrinutiuii ap...
Id=219 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
WAOESBOROIDTDAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, n:i rxESBomy, pa., ISSCBES AOAIXST LOSS OR DAMAGE DY On all safe class property at reasonable rates OFFICERS: W.!?. AMBEK?OX, President. Simox Lecrox, Vice President. Jos. Duvolas, Secretary. Jos. W. MiLLER,,Treasurer. DIRjECTOES: W. S. Amberson, Simon Lecron, - • Lewis S. Forney, .Tacob Carbaugh, Jos. DouglasJos. Price• Jacob J. Miller, Jos. W. Miller, Beni. E. Funk, D. B. Russell, Lovi Sanders, Jacob Good. CAXIEL SNIVELY, Agent, june 16, '70] Waynesboro', Pa. ' SHAD AXD HERpISG.—Mess. Shad and Potomac Herring in bbls. for sale by W. A. REID.
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
ROASTED .AXjTSTE - ThefollbwmgrecordTrfoneday'sraccidents, all from the same cause, viz: the lise of inferior 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 the explosion of a coal oil lamp.— Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of the dwelling had retired to her department, aTfew nK>KfentsrbefoTO-t}ie-discovery of the fire. On entering her room, she was found lying on the floorwrapped in flames." o "About 7 o'clock yesterday morninga coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexander, who lives on Cowslip St. near 16th:— fche was severely burned. "Margaret Coljiganresiding in the rear of CIS South st., was burned by the explosion of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while attempting to extinguish the flame, was also severely burned. Two of the above named victims have sinee died of their injuries." All such fearful accidei...
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 10 August 1871
LIVERY! LITERT THE underpinned informs the ]>ublic generally that ho has purchased the Livery liwtofo ' re owned by Kr:uik.*We:ic:leyanil 5< fully prepared to meet the wants of the cjtumuiiity in his li:ie of business. ¦• „ lie has ' had all his carriages neatly re' juired and refittedand his horses iire&ifrj politic aid fast traveller}!. Parties conveyi-u • 1o any point desired, accompanied by a careful driver. ' Onice at tho Wayr.eAorO'' Hotelwhere :m nttfiitivc hostler will be in attendance at a!l hours rff ilii" nigbfaiul dny. B5B.No effort, will be sp:ivc>l to accommodate all whe . ni:j.v iKitmni/,1' lii m. JV.r. "V, (h. '" ' W,\I. FUIvK. %
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
<AUNT RACHEL Do you know her, my reader? ' I hardly need to ask that question, for 'tis quite unlikely that you have ever seen her little house "near the sea. It is just such a box of a cottage as you may have read of many times, till you concluded it was a mere creation of fancy; so if it ever dawns upon your mortal vision, it will_be the more charming from its expectedness It seems hardly large enough for a family of faries, over-shadowed as it is by great lithe-limbed willows, beautiful in the barren winter, and glorious in the summer surf; and yet besides'little Euth and Letty, Aunt Rachel has a feeully for makjng comfortable the many who visit her each ¦ season.. The cottage is a miracle of neatness, but then Letty was "brought up" under her eye, and even Ruthies childish plays are almost as orderly and quiet as the dear grandmother's movements. It is really delightful to sit at the round table, whose appointments speak so strongly of the past' The linen is exqui...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 17 August 1871
Wit o<l Jjtttiitor There is but one good wife in the world, and every happily weddedgman thinks- . he has her. . • Why are the Stars and Stripes like the swells of the ocean? Because they will never cease to wave. — «, _ /<Sn old lady read about the strike of the wire drawers in Worcester, Massachusetts, and said of all the new-fangledthings, Wire drawers must be the queerest. Them soldiers must be'an awful dishonest set," said an old lady; "For not a night seems to pass that some sentinel is* not relieved of his watch! » . What should a man carry with him when calling upon his affianced? AfFection in his heart, perfection is bis manners, and confection in his pocket « When gazing upon great conflagration what three authors would you name in order to express your thoughts? Dickens, How-itt, Burns! And old dutchman who was some years' ago elected a member of the Legislature, said; in broken English style: "Ven I vent to de lechislature I tought I would find dem al...