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Id=240 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
. • ' HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S >' OONCENTRATEP ' •- • _JjJBLQ_QD_ EXTRA. €JlBXjCBtlr- -... - THE GREAT DII?RETIf! ' ¦ i has cured every case of Diabetes injKhichJ r rhas.been givenirritation of the neck ofthf Bladder and mrlanaation of the JCidnevs, Ul cetation of the Kidneys and BladderHyten tion of Urinedisease of the Prostrate Gland fetone in the Bladder, Calcuhis, GraveLBrick' dust Deposit, and Mucous or: Milky Dischargesand for Enfeebled*and Delicate Constitutions for both Sexes,-attanded with the following symptoms. ' Indisposition t«i Exertion, Loss of powerLoss of Memory, Difficulty of breathihg,Weak Nerves,Trembling, Horror of Disease . WeakfulneBs . DhnnDss ofvision, Pain in tha Back, Hot Hands; Hushing of the .Body, Dryness of the Skin; Eruption on tho Face, Pallid Countenance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular Sysjem, 'etc. ,i ; Used by persons from the age of eighteen •to twenty-five, and from thirty-iive or in the decline or change of life; after conh' ne-^nentk&...
Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
BE. 07. 'JHES3Xj3^C]SOIjX)'S (OMPOIIND MID ¦ j, , , ' EX^OAjf f.i; . ' j&AjiA t?,^TA ' ' Gm^onmt ' Partg—Fliiid Extract* Rhubarb and Fluid BMractt CaUnvaba Grape. Juice . For liver Complaints, Jaundice, Billious affections, Sick or Nervous Headache, Cosr "-'«veneBs, etc. Purely ^ej^Dler containing no Mercury, Minerals or Deletereous Druga. •/ ' .V ,' . V?-' ' . "L'. '" l.'I The3ePJlls arcr ' the inost delightfolRr pleasant purgative ' , superseding caster ' oil;- salts, magnesia .etc. There is nothing more acceptable to the stomach. They give tone t and cause neither nausea or' gripping pains.— They are. composed of ' the Jbieet ingredients After a few days' use of them, such an tevigoration of th& entire system, takes place " as whether arising from imprudence or diseaso H. T, Hehaibojd's Compound Fluid Extracts Catawba Grape Pjlls' are not iugar-coated, from the fiict that sugar-coated Pflls do not dissolve, - but passthrouglithest6m5cn ~ wi! out dissolving...
Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
C1RWS STELLffl Oil fTWIE alannimg increase in tlie number of J. frightful accidents, resulting " in terrible deaths and destrncrjon.of valuableproi>ert\' , mused bv the indiscriminate use of oils, know under the name of Petroleum ' , prompts us to call vour speciul.attention to an article which will, wherever used, remove the cause, of such accidents. ' We allude to • CARSON'S STELLAR OIL FOR ILLUMINATING PURPOSES. The proprietor of this oil has. -for several years felt the necessity of providing for, and. presenting to the public, us a substitute for the dangerous compounds which ore sent broadcast over the country, an oil that.is safe, " brilliant, and entirely reliable. After; u long scries of laborious and costly experiments, he has succeeded in providing, and' offers to the publfc, such u. substitute, in . " CARSOX'S STELLAR OIL" . : - . ¦ . • • / It shonld bedised by eyery'fiunily beennsg it is safe boyonda question. ¦ The primary pnruose iu the preparation of S...
Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
A PENNY MADE! BAYS THE OLD ADAGE. JKeQ^haw-and-where-is-the-placc^o-doit-?—wherever you cnn«use your money — to the best advantage; and . pjjjmlar opin- * ion has long since given the palm to STOKER « WOLFF, ^ |" for keeping the best and cheap-, est store; all they want is for s miyere to call and examine their stock . and convince themselves of what they say. 1 Our stockreonsists of the following nrtii;]es> Lutffes l>reas Goods—Such as Alpaccas, ¦ Reps, : - Mohairs, Poplins, .Armuns, ¦• • Dohiines,; i-, . English Velveteens, , \2^\; ¦ . Opera Cloths, RepellanlJE^' .-: MEN'S WEAR.—Giotits,' >|. | CassimereSj^Cp rds. Sattinetts, Cott<Jnadfl» Linens, Tweeds, &c, &c. '\of 'Jsf LADIES CUST0S-MADE qH8S$ : in Lasting and Morocco, chesiprSK& / We Iwye bought large, consequently -dnj^t - * All our goods have been bought iit l«at&c prices, conxequently we are enabled t<iim» liersell those who bought before the de<...
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
'Alj.ee M. Good. BIathxw Metcalf. in in m mmi&m mm meroRYi JUST WHAT YOU WANT At ' Prices to suit Times and Quality ! WORK. WARRANTED Mlotto-.—Qnick Sales and small Promts. We will furnish anything vaulted in our line of business, , SASH, BOOKS, • SHUTTERS, MANTLES, STARRING, &c, WHOLESALE OK RETAIL. TVe also^contTact far continued Rail Stair Ways, Newel's Ballusters, &i: &t\, furnish to order or put into buildings by the best of ^yorkmen; Sawing, Chopping, Poast Boring, Grinding, Turning&c. &v- In short anything you want call for itif not on hand we will make it- As reference we can show you huiltiings in the country or in W:ivnesboro' where you can judge " for yourselves, (we can't recommend material, it mnut rerommetifl itself) also .sec the quality of our mu-•teriul as compared with that of other shops. TO THE PUBLIC Thankful for past favors, we ask you for n continuance of the same. Factory 1J miles South of Waynesboro',Pi...
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
UESINUS COLLEGE! Tiocatcd at Freehiml, Montgomery t'ouu ty, Penn' a. THE' ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: [FtiJlMERW FkEISLAXD SEMINARY.] A Kiibt-clfiss English, Mathematical and Classical Boarding School for ymm mm*hm mm\ l T nd»r free immediate Tuition and Manage-.merit of the faculty of the college. TERMS MODERATE. All necessary expenses^ including Tuition, Boarding, WashingBooks, &c, not exceedingJJiSO a year. THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT will be distinct from the academicand will afford iilL tho advantages of a full follOge course in the usual higher branches of study, under the direction of a Faculty of six Professors. for both Bg^The Academic Year Departments will be divided into the following three terms:—The School opening with the Fall termSeptember 0, 1870 to December 2L>. Winter term, Janjwry.4, 1871 to April J. Spring termApril 12 to July 7,1S71. For further inforimition anply to Rev. 3. H. A. BOMBERGER, I). I) ., President of Urninus College, Freoland, Montgomer...
Id=225 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
JW. MILLEb!»Sc CO. have .just opened » theirflnststockofSpring Goods, whjch was Bclectedfor (the home trade, and consists of all the styles of-Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, fee. For the Ladies they haVe a large stocl of all the late style Dress and Fancy Goodi. , • •Poplins;- I French Ginghams, Alpaceas, ¦ p^—-rBerealea, - -Serges, I .Lawns, Plaids, " ¦ 'Kerchiefs, ' Mohairs, | • Swisses' , A nice assortment of Spring Shawls, Lace Collars, Fania; Plrasols, Corsets ^ Chignons, Stitches, &c. .A full line ofJSents Furnishing Goods of every style ahcfluality: FRENCH, j SCOTCH, f and AMERICAN ¦ 1 CASSIMEEES, Coatings and fcstings for Spring and Summer; Also, Sif ts, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Bows r Scarfs,-fes,Gloves r Ho3ieryrSuspen>- - ders, Cuffs, &J
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
jng ironvthe explosion, of a coal oil lamp.— Mrs. Hersh, occupying the second story of the dwelling had retired to her department, a few moments before the discovery of the fire. On entering her room, she was found lying on the floorwrapped in flames." ''About 7 o'clock yesterday morninga coal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexander, who lives oh Cowslip St. near 16th.— She was severely burned.' "Margaret Colliganresidingin the rearof filS South St., was mirned by the explosion •of a coal oil lamp. Her husband, while attempting to extinguish the flamewas also severely burned. Two of the above named victims have since died of their injuries." A]l.mifh fearfiil_!u-.CTH<vntH r ypq n4Hn^'iiiitejith and the destruction of valuable property, may be avoided by using " CARSON'S STEL LAR OIL" . which is known to be a perfect ^ iv-svlb-and-reMable-illuintiialor. Itris~foXsale *>y -
Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS BUCKETS, CHURNS, . . ' . KNIVES AND FORKS, ' SPOONS. ' LADLES, LARGE IRON COPPER KETTLES. And other URefnl articles at the sign of the BIG RED HORN, Waynesborp', Pa., where a large assortment of COOK STOVES, NINE-PLATE STOVES, \ PARLOR STOVES, \ \\ _ __: _! CQAL _ STOVES &c:,
Id=231 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
fit BEW: Wlilia I UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and > I SEWING MACHINES! I, $23 cheaper than any other. For Simplicity, Durability nnd Bennty, they stand unrivalled. ForStitchinti, Hemming, Tucking, Felling, Qnityuig, Conling, Binding, Braiding, Gathering, Gathering & Sewing on gathers, thev ^ are unexcelled.— AVarnmted. A.:E. " WAYKANT, • S. IS. Corner Diamond. . ' Mar. 30,1871. , Waynesboro*, Pa. f^OXCAVE COXVEX spectacles, at ij , AL1-X. LEEDS
Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
LIVEBY! LITEET! FjTJHE undersigned informs the public gen-¦ A eriilly that he has purchased the Livery heretofore owned by 1 Frank. Weujrloy. ami is fully prepared to meet the wants of the community in his line of business. ' He has ' had nil his carriages neatly repaired and refittedand his horses sire safe, LTiiilc- and fi-st travellers. Parties convoyed id :my point desired, accompanied by a care. - !ii! dViviT. Otlkvu! ihc Wayne*! who* Hotel, whore iin .itloctivt' hostler will he in at tendance at all hours of tho might iv.nl day. 1 U8i~N<> « ¦ •£- )\>rt will be spared to iicconimo'hiU- ' ull who lii.iv mitroiii/.e him. IV;'. J.7,, ( s. WM. FUNK.
Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
WAYXESBORC COACB FACTORY! h EO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn UT friSin the nrni*of Adams & Hawker the Jibscriber informs the public tfiat he conjnues the Coach making business in all its [randiesat'the old stand. He will at all lmc!» have u supply of new Buggiesdiffere nt kinds. ^on hand; also second-handed Veicles. Repairing done at short notice.— te ¦nses the best material and employs good techanica. He . returns his thanks to the nblic for their liberal qtitronage, indby ttention to business and a dispositicn to ccowmodate hopes to merit a liberal share f the same in the future. Jan. 14-tf JACOB ADAMS.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 29 June 1871
BRUSHES, COMBS, POCKET. BOOKS, RA; zore, Penknives, Stationery, Soaps, .Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Goods, etc., full assortment at • THE CORNER DRUGSTORE DESIRABLE in every household, Pure Baking Material. You ' cjm always get'the best at- ll_ THE CORNER DRUG STORE.