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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
A NEW POCKET PISTOL. "SHARPE'S PATENT " " - Breech-Loading Repeater.,' npHIS Pistol, for simplicity.of construction, com-X psctneis and durability, is superior to alt other* yet otlered to tbu public. - It can be loaded as quicjily as other putols are capped. The load m»y remain in the Pistol any length of time without injary. It is the lightest pistol manufactured that has force anil u safe to carry. It will force a ball through • one inch bosrj at tbe distance of oue hundred yard*. Weight only eight and a half om. for sale at WOl'HEHtaU'3 May 2 Hardware Store. NO LABOR. ' NO ODOI DISON'S PURE CA.AB0RBT OF IRAN STOVE POLISH, The cheapest arliclu in Ills world. Unrivalled in Economy. Permanently Lustrous. .Tlie only place to gel it i* at ilUOl'HEltrOiV'S. _ Mareh 33. - • *' A " LUTHERAN Almanue* at : - nov»» .. Kni»T»'H • LAR GE IRON KETTLES at —* _ 3ee3«W« Ratmu't. ¦A" NVBODY wanting tni;ihins in_thc "drog-£\. lina n e»a be suftfiliitt) . ' ' Ktjitrx'a. n '' ;
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
4 8. ADAMS would respectf.lly inform his J\ a patrons ami tho public generally that he. ha* returned Irom the Eastern cities with a gencrjl'assoitment of Kcady-Mado FALL AND WINrfiR CLOTHI.VO, cmbracirigflll the latest styles of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Nccties, Suspenders, etc, etc., all pt which are well made. The public arc cordially inviicd to call and examine his goods, as he is detertcrnuaed to sell at short profits. Ho will continue ta^carry on tho business of Tailoring as heretofore.- ^Persons desiring gnrincnU cutout or made up are invited to-give him a call. • -' • '.•• Latest fashions received regularly. ' Oc«5. , A. S. A. Important to Farmers rpHB subscriber takes this method of announcing X of the Farmer* and others, that he has o& hand a lot of li W A RF BROOM CORN seed, along with «omi) specimens of the corn. This is an excellent article of Uroom Corn, and should be raised by every one. He has also a full assortment ot fresh Uiugs, Mediciiics,...
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
THIS WAYT (MBIUIil ITIHE . undersigned respectfully announces to the J» public generally that he in still at theolj stand on Church Street, Wnyntsboro', Pa., where he continues tbe manufacturing of Family Buggies, UaroucheS, Wagons, and every speciei of vehicles usually made in such establishments.— His work is warranted to be composed of the best .ana most . durable material, am) none but (he most experienced workmen are employed. -^ He has. now va hand a number of Carriages, UUggii-s, &c &d, which he-will positively sell at greatly reduced prices for cash,-or upon "b short credit, liy keeping a good stock at all tiineB, and always holding himself ready to supply the demands of the people he hopes to retain out' secure a liberal share of patronage. Repairing, Trimming, and Painting done in the best manner, and at the shortest notice. - Lumber, Country Produce, &c, will be taken in exchange for-work. JACOB ADAMS. N. li. The Books of the firm of J. &...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
i j tkitfmnMMtikpK.v i Pttor oft}t«ly-«Mth«<r wide—, HprchilJnnore frrown and her work U iloriej IVue, iir theirWerVice Jut locks t ' a£nfrl;gn$£<} ', ; : I But sliow her away, unsought, aloac - Give ber a home fot decency' * uikr, * ¦ - In tome back room, far tout of th« nrtty, - Where her tremulous voice .cannot be heard— . Jimight^-lirck-^our-mirth-^wheh-^oti-woulJ _ - ' . * »>• ; • - - • -> ¦ ¦ Strive to forget how ohe toiled for you. And cradled yon ort on he> loving breast;*- . Told you'storiea and j.iineJ your ploy, "" Many an hour when >he needed rciU No matter for that—huddle her off; . Your friends might wince a? her witty jest; She is too "old. iasllioned" and speaks "»o plaii.,"- . Get hvr oat of the way of the coming guest. Once you valued her cheerful voice ' , Her hearty l.iugb and her merry song; - But to "eais polite" they are quite too tout]— Her jokes too sharp, her tales too long. . 80, poor old lady, huntle her...
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
risber'ft Batlnic Saloon rt^HEsuu»criberr^rHictfullyinrorrn*:Ws custom. I W«na ! lh« pklblfcgcrleralW ibtt lie S^recStty rep^nMeW* ifcet of Priilt «ftd"t r 4rifef Uonarics, and hsijiioW ijie fiueit . ffinoHwni «JT t '" ' , ' " " ¦ ' ¦' ' ¦ C : " Jk : K : D Misfit ' - ':' — .. ¦ • ever brought to Waynesboro', with-NOTB, RAISINS, PRUNESi PIGS, SWEET ¦¦ i^K^^bFi ' -BVEi^^^Bjscm^t jid^ivc^ GARS. TOnAOCO, etc., etc. - .n - . He has also on hand atoll'times the finest Oyitcri Ihe matket wilt artUrd, which wi ll be «erve ~d up to customer* Fried, Roasted or Slewed.' <" \ ' ALB AXD CXBBai he la likewfsB prepared to furnish Wth VVasha. bnugh ^ s and- l.u.lwig's ALE, and . a . superior . article of Wcutch Alenna Crab Apple Cider,, with a piime Article of Bologna Suosiige, Boiled-Eggs, and all other nriicle> usually kept in first clnSsltesiauranti A genuine article of, Vinegur'alwaVRfdr sate- " Nov8 L.8. FISHER.
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
To Capitalists.. WAYNESBOUO ' SAVING FUND.-Tlus Society, will pay tho following rates of interest per annum,on all sums deposited in the Institution. For 3 months, 2 par cent.; from 3 to 6 months, 3 per cent.;from,9 to 18 month .* , 4 per cent; and over 18 months, 4£ per cent. For a shorter period than 3 inontun the terms will be madekownby the Treasurer. Noteafor discouatshould be handed to the Treasurer on Tuesday, as the Board ot Directors meet rgblarly 00 Wedneaday.of each week, at 9 o'clock A.M. . By order of the Board, June 17'68 JNO. PHILIPS Treasurer. rpELEGRAPH FODDER CUTTER*. J_ '. Thebettin use For sale by ' iVovH , E.S.TKOXEL V . Agt. I^KJiSH Mackcrel at " ^7-* Mar 28 Aubcrsos, Bkheuiot cV Co's. |)E VCHES.—-DrieJ Peaches, pared and unpar-XT eJ ¦>< Auwutita, litMKDicr <fc Co's. C ~ ^LOTH, H»t, Hair, Tooth and NailBritshe yjust received and for sale very low by M. M STONBR. . ¦ ¦ May 13. THE BEST COOK 8TOVB ~ S ' in the market to be had nt the sign...
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Wf$ aSSJ SIQKIIB1.9 Should you ask me, should you ijronder, W here to buy your Stoves and Tinware; I would answer, 1 would tell you—"Go unto ihe fine new store room, Where the Uig Hed Horn, the sign is; There's the best Cook Stoves and Tin-ware. All sold cheap by D. U. Kussell." IFtom the Song of Hiawatha. ^3 HE undersigned informs the public in genera S| and especially those of his customers in want of any thing'm his line of business, that he has completed and is now occupying his new and extensively enlarged establishment lor the Manufacture and Sale OP-TINWARE, SHEET-IRON WARE, AND STOVES. . Hois now prepared to supply anv <3<-m*nd for his Cook Slove», general Housekeeping Goods and Kitchen Wure .ou tuch turms an must give entire satisfaction.
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Delence of Armaggedon A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. rTIHIS is acknowledged to be one of the most re J mnrkable of huinun productions that has ever been offered to tho American peopin. The-style in chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated of is of t!ie v mnsi inspiring: "The V nited States in Prophecy. For sale by J. F. KURTZ. Nov| Lumber! Lumber!I THE um' ersign ' cJ offers at hi* ' Lumber Yardl Wayneshoro', Pa., the following variety of wel, seasoned Lumber", at reasonable rates: Worked Flooring Boardx; J, }, and I inch yellow Pine; 4 inch, bt-d Lining; 1, li uml 2 inch White Pine; i inch white pine Wcatherboarding: Spruce Pine Joicc and See titling; ft, j and \$ inch Poplar, Poplar Seanlliiig; -J'and 1J' Cherry, Cherry Table Legs; Pine Lath anil Chestnut Shingle*, and Chestnut Posts and Rails. Also, Turned Chair Stuff by tho Siaml; Turned Chair Logs, Ucnt Chair Backs, and turned Broom Handles. ALSO, ForjSnle, by the bushel or quantity, Corn on tbe ear or ' shelled, Oats am...
Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
\\A\ GOODS! KEW GOODS! FIRST ARRIVAL. ; G. 4- J. BENDER ' HAVE now open for inepec* m* /m* ' tionat tlieir store on the tgr Vg Southeast corner of the Diamonds jf$&a&—4' their second supply oi ^IS^^I Sf RiDTG AND SOmMER~l^nm' P N fl By for Gentlemen's ware. Their )f\f Bl stock embraces Blue, Black and Ji/SkmtMtmrn Fancy Cloths, Plain, Fancy Oassimeres, Silk and Salin Vestings, and all other goods for coafs, p.ints, and vests, of the most fashionable styles. Also—Gloves, Cravats, shirts, collars, &c. &c; with an assortment of HEAUY' -MADE CLOTHING. Gentlemen are invited to call and examine their stock of new goods. - tdP*The latest r ashions regularly received. May 23 1861.
Id=213 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Celebrated linerlcan Liniment "For Man and BsxslJ* THE greatest hnd l.cst paternal remedy evcVoe _fered to the puWic. For sale by *'. J. Krutzf Druggist. Waynusboro' und l>y Druggists in tim county senorally. IdB^Price 35 cents uer botlltj, December 13,'SO—ly ¦ ' New Millinery Bstablistunent. THE undersigned would inform the citizens oi Wayneshoro 1 amT-vk-mity Ili.it slio has commenced t lie Milliner business, in Cliurch stieet, a few doors South of tUe Diamond She expecu ti> receive her goods in a few days. The ladies are most respectfully invited, tu g^ve her a. call. ' No paiua will be spared ti> suit Hi? tiute of all. Uy close, iipplication ^ and a dcterininutioji to persevere, alia hopes, to gain Iho confidence, as well an the support ot llie couunuoity. KJie has made arrangoineuta sa that she can receive new goods weekly it ' necessary, Plcaao giv« her a call M. C. KiiASKK . Wayncsboro', May 2, '61. 3
Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
\ / EX and Boy's ueary tioota ami Shoes at ifJL _°ii"t Bitaoitit's. tiU KTALN FwturcTat ' / Mjr'JS AMBHIfOil. BgNKDICT A Co'« Ai S excellent article O| Syrup for 5u cts. per cal< at - _ < Uct4 .Jlteuali' * ' M EDICATED Liquors,sold only aslledicin* and by special directions of a. Physician, b* VI. M.STuNkttt .Uruiigiki' MOy la. PSPPEK and Corriandcr, ground &, ulignum nov - 89 at ; Kontz'ii. P ~ eppe r s\vue ~ *i r n°*-*» . Kobti's ' . L ARD CANS, at the sigi, oi tit-: Uig. Rod Horn U?C2<» - . IKU. UVMU.L I J3 OU SALE OK t'Olt RENT.—A T'wTulaw 7 Stove; *l>i.ly at PlUCJi'S Store ¦ . - __ Oclt» ' ^ . " ^|'LEND|D Em broidered goods at .7 ' )rt ft»BOH«'«.J
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
cles 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 Stoves, Parlor and Ten-plate Stoves. Persons who are in ^^nt^f-a-gTOd-cook-stover^rill-ilo ^weil to call-nrnl see his .assortment, as he is prepared to offer great inducements, not only in Stoves, but in all tbe above articles. Vou will lind a large and splendid assortment of Tin Ware of his own manulacture—at low prices. AII those desirous of getting bargains would do well to call at W. A. TRITLE?S Housekeepers' Emporium, opposite Dr. Brotherton's office. House Spouting <lono at the shortest notice, and of the best Tin. ¦ • Feeling thankful for past favors, he invites his friend* and ihe public generally to call and examine "" ¦"x*- W.A.TRITLE. ' March-88 Dakiki, Tbitu, Agent
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
D'EN-TIS.TBT. C f l. WMrD. LfiCIILBR-taftus thia uupuiluiiity to return thinks to tho public for the liberal patronage he has received during fhe past, aii<l hopes by strict attention to bmiuess to merit a continuance of tho same. All operations in tlin dental line will be, performed 1 in theinuiit 'gulitftantml and satisfactory manner. He keeps posted on all the advancements and improvments of the profession, and flatters himself that as good work can Iw hnd at his office as at any other in the State ' Artv fiei.il teeth inserted from a single tooth to a full set, and in all cases warranted to perform satisfactorily or no pay. Terms reasonable. July 5, I860. * s
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
mm Choice Wine* anJ Liquors ' for meJicinal ant sacramehtal purposes, Patent Medicine* are endlesi in variety, including all that have been mode up tc this date and «omo that are yet in embryo. Also White Lead, Zinc, Paint, Whiting ana Varniiliei for house building or inside work, besides all sizes of Glass. Commercial, Note, Fools Cap and I,cttei Paper always on hand, with a variety of Envelopes of diflerent siies and colors. s Brushes, Combs, Pomade, Fancy Soap, Hair Oil; Colognes, Essences, Flavoring Extracts, onj nameroua articles in the fancy line on hand am) olTered for sale, cheaper than ever orlbred. before Also a large assortment of Kerosene Oil Limps, Chimneys, Shades ard Wicks, and Kerosene Oil to fill them. A' grneral assortment of Fruits and Uonfectionariea, Tobacco and Clean. - Oct. U.
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Dealer in all the variety of Drttg** Mtdi'* tintSi TtmKie NbUoh*. Peffatiufy,' — Liqtlai:a.far.medirtntd purposes. Oils, f . • ; ' ; . ' ¦] : 5f ; ^^ . , <:>¦ ; ' . •;• *7} • '• " i « / a '- '•* ¦ - - ' ¦ '' ' * ¦ (,1 \ <*i 1 ¦ .;.' <* Li \. WOULD tender his.thanks to the community, and still solicit' the pdtranage of a generous jiublic who want any thing 1 in his.line. • Inasmuch as he has enlarged his stock so as to beenablcd to answer all calls for anything and everything usually found in -a Drug Store, ami has a thorough ocquaintance with jibe .business^ he hope* to gain the confidence oTthe " Cdrhmunhy; " "He Will piy particular attention to titling physicians' Preemptions, and more care am) precaution u*ed in wailing upon . ehldren;tlranisdula. - -r ;:, "\--~-
Id=212 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
FAYCTTEVILLE SSMICIAKir Recommendations from the Faculty of Princeton Vol/ege. Iff. t. - PnisflKToji, N. J., Feb. 26thrI86l« ~ The undersigned nro happy to testily that PQ01I3 of the Fa/cttt-villc Academy, P.i. hive m.iiiit.iiuJdi a high standing ainnig tho recent gra.lujtos uf tlis College uf New Jersey. ¦ ¦ " ' <• JOHN MACLEAN, ; " President of the Coll.-ge. JAMES t!. MOFFAT' * • < Prolessor of Ureek. - ' U. MU^GR WE UHimi, Professor of Latin. JOHN T. DUFFlfcLU. mar.28 Prolessor <if M.itiiem.itie.i
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
NO HUJVIBUCQIJMC THE subscriber respectfully informs ths public that lie will continue the Smithing business at the old stand, until recently, conducted under the firm of Hawker & Cline. He is now prepared to make to order Buggies, Carriages,Sjiring Waguns, with all work belonging to tbe Blacksmithing business, at short notice and upon reasonable terms. He returns his thanks for Ihe very liberal patroYinge extended to the late firm, and hopes by prompt attention to business to merit a continuance or the rame. JOHN CLINE. March 22.
Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
. - Light JWghts!! 'piIE cheapest Light in use eau bo hail at H X ^1'ONEHOUSfi' S Hardware Store j Stnp I "0R1MB Coffeo,Suga«,. Teas and Ci ecjfaT 'X _J J£t4 ^ . Bsagm'a PRUNES at 12i and 35 ceuU per pound at ""' g" ; Krjnrt'a. / IBST'S Shawis, Arctic Wrappers, itndothel Vjlcoinfiirtablc tixinslor,colil wentberat "f' 4 ' titiufaa'9.. OILK, Wool, auil Cotton under Shirts and lira * O""1 " . J-W.Mii,t.iiK'». \f a«'U Heavy <.,. » . ttitbv tent C;«u at ill O<: «'i »«»o«»' »,.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
vULJkJUwr DENTIST, T> ESPECrFULLY offers his serricea to the cit. _|_V' zensot Waynssboro'and surrounding country. Hu is prepared to perform all operations in Dental Burgery in a superior manner. T«eth inserted Irom one to an entire eel in the most, approved andSiub stantial manner, and warranted not to bo surpassed for beauty and durability. Charges moderate and all work warranted as represented. N. B. Will visit residences when requested.— Office, on Mechanics Street, opposite the residence of J. K. Welsh, up stairs.