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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

• • ¦ ¦:, . . WAYNESBORO •;.. ¦ - FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP! IMHteTABf t|J|H|AT MllWERS. SEISER'S PATENT SELF-REGULATING GRAIN SEPARATOR, CLEANER AN4) . BAGGER . ' , AND TUB Latest Improved 'Vhreslier and Triple Gear ed Horse Power, driving either by Gearor belt, ' all furnished complete, » ready- to be put on Wagons, 1, the undersigned, desire to carl the attention o Farmers and Thrcshernjen of Frankling and adjoin ing counties to it. This Machine has been before the pujblio for seven years, during which time it lias given general satisfaction, ' and, the patentee paving made some very important improvements which render it still more complete, both. f<?r dead separating and cleaning, and also for ease of Iraught and fast threshings I take pleasure in recommending it to the public,, knowing that it will ;ive tho best of satisfaction. I am maou'Victuiing three different sines, as follows: No. 1 is 8 horse Power,will th/esh and clean ftom 200 to 500 bushels per day.. No. 2 is...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

nficr him. M dp Camlolle, "of Geneva, cteorrihed 40,000 kinda of plants, and supposed it p(iSHihl«^thai the number miglii K*en amount to 100,000. ' Well, let me ask y«w. Have ihese 100-000 kinds of plants ever failed -to bear live riijtii seed ? Have they ever deceived us? Has a seed ol w lieat' ever ' y u-Uled barley, nr a seed uf poppy grown np into sunflow? it? Has a " sycamore tree ever sprung from an seem. <>r a beachiree from a chesiiitil. A l ittle bird may entry away the small sted vi a -sycamore Hi its beak to ft»d its nestlings, and cm ir-e way may drop it on tiie ground. TJie tin} seed may spring up and grow wh ^ re it fell, unnoticeil, and sixty > nus after it may become a magnificent tree, under which lite fWka «(ilie valley and the t>hepjieri!s may resi in the shiiile. ' * Consider next the wonderful power ol life and refrurreqiinri bestowed wn the seeds i>f p l ants, so that tliey may be preserved from year to jear, and even from...

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Id=211 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

BACK AGAfN "~ *i B. PRICE informs his customers and the \JT~j public generally that lie has removed hia Ltui4ici7-&ht>^t>~iUo-Uuat?iiit*t»t-t>f~M r. Kur tz ' a Hotolv formerly occupied 'ay him as a Barber Shop, whero ho will Shave, Cut, and Dress Hair as heretofore. Give him a call. - Nov. 82— tf. \I ^ a nd "W 8 heavyTWiifand Shoes at " lfX »ct-4 BjSBfliiis' *._ / 1URTALN Fixtures at * ' \j Mar 2.8 Amub|('<on. BaNitmoT & CoV Ai\ excellent article ol Syrup for 50 cts. per call »t (Octt , f Bbsouh's - J » ,| EDICATED Uiquors, sold only aeilcdiciM ifJI and by special directions of a Physician, lit •tt. jl.sTONBKJinjgpjfct Jrtay m. PEPPER and Corriander, ground & ungroun nov 2» at . Ki-ura's. PE PPER-8AJJCE at ' nov -2! * KcnTz'a LARD CAXS, at the sigi, ol tho Big Red Horii ^ c'iU J). li. KUSSKLt, 1, 1OR SALUUUT'OU UB.Tl' v-A Tcn-plutu ; Stove. \ vv\y at PRICE'S Slow _ OcU8 O LBNDIDlmbToiderod goods ut O "¦ ' Rusmm's.' -ro fa...

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

" h&jF ' ilOlTIIAN, ; Deafer in all the variety o} Drugs, Medi cinca, Yankee A' olionn. J'lr/itnjery' t^ \ • Liquors-for inntutntil purpqs,e$. Oils,-. frcjrc;, . -: . / ' W OULP tender his tlmnka {n the-cojnraunily and still eolbit ifio pa ' lrahagc of a generous public who want ony^liiuij in his line. Inasmuch as he has enlarged his stock so as to bo enabled to answer nil calls for anything and everything usually lound in a Drug Store, auil haa a. thorough acquaintance with the, business,, he hope, to gain the confidence of tho * Community. He will pay particular attention to filling physicians' Preemptions, and more care,and precaution used- in wailing upon chUreh tlian?ndul " ts. -. . ' Fill II lISillK Choice Wines' and jiiquors, for medicinal and sacramental purposes, Patent Medicines are endless in variety, including all that have been inode up to this date and-some that are yet in embryo. Also White Lead, Zinc, Paint, Whiting and Varnishes lor house building ...

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Sprng Wagons, dtc. &i-., ot the best material, ami made oy superior workmen. ULACKSMM'HIMU anJ REPAIRING of all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly and to the satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for work at market prices. I3TPersons desiring articles or work in the Coachmuking hue, arerespectlully invited to give them a cal1 - Mf~: 1'- K. MORK1SON, M»r - » • ^, UEO. li. HAWKER. WM. A. TRITiE'S U0USEKGEPI3RS' CHPOUIIII, AND Copptr, Brass, Tin and Sheet Ircn AJami factory, - On Main Strettfone door West of Troxett Dry Goads Store, WHERE he keeps constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of Housekeepers' Arti-^•'^of every description. Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware, Japaned Ware, Wooden Ware, Sad-irons, all sizes of Iron Kettles, Pans, &c. Also—a large assortment of Cooking Staves, LarlojumdJ:eiuplate-Stov«s^_l?i.r3ona-wlio-aro-in ivaut-of-tt-goad-cook stOTBrffilt-tlo - well to call and sec his assortment, as he is prepare...

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

K^ BOOKSJBI GOODS! FIRST ARRIVAL. G. 8f J. BENDER TTAVE now open for inspec- **. _. I _|_tion at their store on tho Jfy ^3 southeast corner of the Diamond >^'?2>wri^ iSPRiNGAWDSUHHttER BS | M • . tr fij'j tf^ i for Gentlrmen's ware. Their f\l HI stock embraces JJlue, Black and ^E®^»a&* Fancy Ctolhs, Plain, Fancy CassimBres, Silk and Satin Vesting.?, and all other good&for ccats^pnnts, ami vests, of the most faxliioiiablc styles. A * lso tiloves, Cravats, shirts, collars, &c. &c; with an assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING. Gentlemen are invited to call and examine their stock of new goods. IS^Thc latest Fashions regularly received. _jVl| fog3 1861. ' Defence or Armnggction. A BOOK FOK THE'TIMES, r |^HIS is acknowledged to be one of the most re-I innrkablu of human productions that hna ever been offered to the American people. The stylo is chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated of is of the most inspiring "The U niled Slut...

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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

FRESH IIIIIIIU OF lies, mm, femby EMfectioucExTFrnirs, &c, 6ic ^-&G* |HE announcing THE suliscribci takes thismelhoJ of announcing to the people that lit: has recoivcJ at liis'Urug gum;,' a large un</ carefully selected stock of _ E8.ESHL»RUGS, Chomicalg, Patent Midicincs, Painta Oils, Dye Stulls, window Utass," Putty, Tobacco, Snull, nnd Begars, &c ' ., wlUch he is now prepared to sell as cheap as the cheapest and. will nstjuro-hw customers that in regard to quality, .which.is of thE i^rat iinportance, his goods will compare with afny in the market. f He has alto a splendid assortmcnt^>rPcrfumeiv Soaps and ¦ Toilet Articles. of all kinds, consisting in part of the following, via liandulines . Fumades, Amber and Bears' Oil / Colognes, Extracts for the Handkerchief, tyin's Kalhairun, ' Uurnei's Uocoaino, Harrison's Ladies' Soap, iiuuej- Soap, " , Hotel soap, Diamond White Soup.

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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

STEAM ENGINES, GRIST AND SAW MILL GEARING SHAFTING AND PULLEYS, • IRON BRIDGES, CAST IRON WATER " •WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, &c, Stoves and Plow Ciistinj»i,a!so cast iron and wrought iron pipe for steam or water,-and Bruss casting* of every descri p tion; in a word, I am prepared to do everything usually done in ix fuundry and machine shop. Having supplied myself with the latest imuroved machinery, such as Lathes, Ujring, Planing Und Drilling Machines, persons cult rely on having their work done in the most satisfactory manner. 1 am. also piepatcd ta iimautactive ta'order machinery for wood, such as Torigingnnd Groving machines for flooring, Surfacc x Tcuon .1 and Moulding machines, &c. 1 also oiler to the public a new and valuable improvement in my steam engines, msfdc within the last year, viz;, for the economizing ol fuel, and the regulation, of speed, which renders my new engines far superior to the old engines. Ail my machines ar.e sold under warrantee. My ham...

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Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

XX a patrons and the public generally lh.it he has returned from the Eastern cities witii j general as< sorlmrnt of Keady-.Vlailo FALL AND WINTER CLOTHl.YtJ, embracing all tho latest styles of Cans, P.inU, Vests, ShirU.-Collars, Neeties,-Su»pcridere,-etc-7TtcTprll~oi which are well made. The public are ciirduijly invited to call-and i-xamine his goods, as he is detertermined to sell ut short-profits. He will continue lo carry on the business of Tailoring as heretofore. Persons desiring garments cut out or made up am invited to give him a call. v Latest nahions received regularly. \ Ocl25. * A. S. A. Important to Farmers r |TH E subscriber ' takes ihis method of announcing of the Farmers ami outer*, that he has on hand a lot uf DWARF BROOM CORN setd. along with some specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article 61 " Urooin Corn, a nil shqiild be raiseU by every one. He has also a full assortment of fresh Umga, Medicines, Chemicals, &c. J. F. KURTZ. P. S._ [ a...

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

THIS W A Y! EM16IJ8I1IH 1 - THE undersigned respectfully announces to the public generally' , that he is still at the old stand on Church Street, Waynesboro', Pa., where lie continues the manufacturing of Family Buggies, liarouches, Wa ' gons, and exery species of vehicles usually made in 'such establishments.— Bis work is warranted to be composed of the best ana most durablu material, tuid nono but the most experienced workmen are employed;—He bus now ui; hand a number of Carriages, Buggies, &.C., &.c, which he will positively sell at greatly reduced prices for cash, or upon a short credit. By keeping a good stock at all times, and itiways holding Uunsdf reailj to supply the demands of the people he hopes t,i> retain uiil 1 secure i liberal share of patronage. Repairing^, Trimuuiig, and Painting done in. the best manner, anil at .tho shortest mnici 1 .. dumber, Country produce, &c, will be taken, i,h exchange lor work. JACOB AUAA1S. N. B. The Bo...

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

¦ giaa mmm—o£Tw<5 are of the best an.! mosrimproved kihds,arT.I having been tried are acknowledged to be all thul can be desired as good cookers and bakers, and art i-asily kept clean. His own manufactured waiie is all made with n view to the wants of customers from the best matterial and ia warranted iu all cases to be gocil. He »l««kee»8 a large assortmcrU offancy, articles. BnJ^f' w ' . 111 ntlBnli ' m is Biven to putting up fcPOLi 1 h\G, made of the besl tin, for houses and biirns, in which he hasjiad . a long and extensive expenence. c Keniembcr the sign of tht Big Red Horn. Aug 9, 18G0 C i>. u RITSSEM.. NEW FIRM 1 Coachmaking! TIHE undersigned having leased the well-known - Cj'a.chiiiakiiig Establishment of Alex. Hamilton, ouJHccnaiul-s^trcct, Waynesboro', respcctluily anuouncc to their friends nnd 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 Carriages, Buggies,...

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

A NBW POCKET PISTOI^ "SJIARPE'S PATENT Breecli-Loading Repeater.,' THIS Pistol, for simplicity of construction, compactness unJ durability,, ia superior to all others yet oilered to the public. It can be loaded as quickly as other pistols are capped. Tho loud may remain in tlie Pwtol any length of time without ihjjry. It is the lightest pistol manufactured that hus force and is-sale to ' carry. It will force a ball through a one inch board at the distincoof one hundred yarJu. Wci 8 ht only eight anil a half ozs. For sale at BKOI'HEIU'ON'S Ma 5 * Htrdwaro Store. NO LABOR. . no ODOJ1 BISON'S PUKE CARBURBT OF IRON STOVE POL.ISH, The cheapest article in tho world. Unrivalled in Economy. Permanently J.ustrou*. The-^iiily p lace to gel it is at UiiO 1'HElt VOS 'S. • _ Mnreh 22. ' ' . ^ LUTHERAN AhnaiiacK at \ ' ' rtovgu . Kiiiitkr nri IN Toys for sale at . Kbsm4L'» X Dec2U- 1 fia

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

it, discovered in it a few grains i,i wheat am! one or two peas, old. wrinkled, and as hard as stones. The j eas were planted carefully under g lass on the fourth of June, 1845. and at U'>r end of thirty days these seeds Me sci-a to spring up into new I tie. They- had been buried probably about 3,-000 years ago,perhaps in ihe time of iMoses mid had slept a:| that long time, apparently dead', yet still living in the Just o( the Cuiub.—Gausses. Coolness of the JBucktaiis. ' A correspondent writes fr. om one of.the northern counties in this State where ihe B;icktutls were recruiledT as follows: "! want to hear something of the PennsyUauiaiis. I know the boys who fought at Drainsville anil flashed their maiden swords ti.'ider General Ord, and 1 well knew when lliey met the foe somebody would die. 1 n>uM give you an incident nr I wo of thai tight: Charles Yahn. a young man from tfeis vicinity, was shot through the fare, shattering the jaw and knocking out teeth.

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

®m w,® iiyaj i should you ask me, should you wonder, W here to buy your Stoves and Tinware; I would answer, 1 would tell you '•Go unto the line new store room \Y here the liig UtuTHoin, the sign-is; There's the bust Cook 3toves and Tin-ware, All sold cheap b y 1>. U. Kuraell." U' ' win ihe Sons,of Hiawatha. <T? HE undersigned informs the public in genera <* and especially those of his customers in want ol any thing nihiilinc,or business, that he has compitted-and is now occupying, his new and extensive " - ly. enlarged establishment lor ihe Manufacture and Sale OF TUN WAKE, SHEET-inON WARE-, AND STOVES. . ¦ He is now prcpnrrd to supply any demand for his Cook Stoves, general Housekeeping, Goads and Kitchen U«re,on nuch terms as must give entire satifctaction. "

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

CEDAR WARE; GRINDSTONES ••^ ^m ¦« ^tw n# ^m \0 ¦¦ w mm! w& m (A. superior kind;) Horseshoes,' Traces, names, SHOE: FINDINGS AND LASTS Knives, Forks, Spoons, &c. ALSO Si££ ©aid CS \aa il d. <3s> a» sb ;, a x » p 11 l e & s On a new and improved plan, at low prices. He invites his old customers and tlio trade gencr-Brally to examine his slock before purchasing elsewli'-re. H. STOJSKHOUSE. Kov1.1860

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

Phenomena- Extraohdinary.— On lasi Wednesday morning the people of ilolli dajsburgand vicinny. were visited by a very strange phenomenon. The ground was covered to ihe depth of a couple inch cs with snow and sleet,and while the sleel was falling faster and still faster, sever a vivid flashings of lightning were seen, followed by loud peals of thunder, whicti made the earth tremble. On the following Saturday night n violent thunder storm oc cur red in the same neighborhood,: during which a tree,in Sinking valley, was struck with lightning. Large pieces ol the trunk *ere thrown a hundred yards. The-Bam* ni^hi a tree was struck on Chimney Ri \ge and was burnt. The fire was seen on Sunday all day, and tin Sunday night.

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

II, STONIHOUSI DEALER IX URfWlRB. JUTTERV, kL [Ins returiipd from the Cities with a largt and well selected stock of Gpods He now oflVrs fur sale ai low prices; Iron, Steel, Nails,. Axes, Rope, .. Kob6B,% STOVES, (PAKLOR AND TBN-PLATE) CARRIACE WARS,

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

: :C.;A;J«.JU-J|:13S !.; £ :, ever brought to AVayncsboro*, with NUTS, RAlStNiS, PRUNES, FIGS, 6WEET CAKES qF.fijrBRV nESCRlPriaN, ClbARS. TbrJACdOjetci i etc. "' I V ' ' O Y 8 t El R S ! Ho hns nl«o on hand at all times the finest Oystori tlie market will afford, which will bo served up tc customers Fried, Roasted or Slewed. ' , , > ALE AND ClSCIl! he ia . likewiso prepared ;to furnish botlr Wnsha l>ough( s and I.udvtig's ALE, and a superior article jf Scotch Ale unu Crab Apple Cider, with a'piimc irticlc of Bologrta'Sausage, Boiled Eggs, and all nher articles usually kept in first class Restaurants \ genuine article of Vinegar always for sale. Nov8 L.S. FISHER.

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

DENTISTRY. "T \|f. \VM. D. I.ECHLER takes this opportunity \_y to retura thflnka to the public for the liberal patronage he has received during the past, an»l hopes by strict attention to business t.> merit a continuance of the same. All operations in the dental line will be peribnoeil ia the nvodt substantial and satisfactory manner. He keeps ' posted on all the advancements and improvrnents of the professton, and (Litters himself that ns good work can be had at his office as at any other, in. tjie State Arti lici.il teeth inserted from a single tooth to a full set,, and in all cases warranted to perform sstisfocturilyi or nO pay. Terms reasonable. July 5, I860. .

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 7 February 1862

joakiug_a_vef-y—itg+ y-aml-panrfTii wnund ^ — Spitting the blood from his mouth, he handed, a cattridge to his next, neighbor, raying, 'I can figM yet, if I can't bite.' — And thus he fought it out, getting his com rasle to bite off ihe cartridges, and tie is now recovering under tlie bands of the surgeon. Another nag struck over ihe eye by a spent ball, culling the skin but not entering Uie skull. He coolly picked up the btillei, remarking, 'there is the SeiM'Ssion lead that struck me., ' and put ihe little memento into hi* pocket . Tins is the sort of men Pennsylvania has in the nafionnrormy, and 1 want to hear more cf them,"

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