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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
g«H ^ lmiiimj^f^xacSm w^mm' '> ^fc For liver Complaints, Jaundice^Bfflfonaaf- \ , ' fections, SfctBri[^fit*|Jattdw3^'Co» WS- :%i ^irySfSS« "' •'•'> . i»jS lo titJHto na jw a ^jgj,, W . These Fills are themostdelightftjispleas-1 Ant piiffflH^PW£ |mi|i<ug g 1 ^ K>» ^ *||)|fc^i^rt&|Z^] fA I They are <^ptw^8WK^^r^J^Bfcl After a fewm^ma «ftbenmrocfeflais(vig oration of-tha.entiresystem; takaiDWoe MM Whethe ra^to«lS»5^ir»#j H.T- H«lmbold' s CompotmdiEMd<Extae% CatowbaGrape^KllBiaEO. not BUgar-cOatSL from the fact that migafrtcited'Pflls.dO ¦ now dissolvebut passtErougKttie^pttclt '^v ithout dis£olj5ig (i«iQn#ikweaUijno;n6t produce jthe? desired Jeffeot. iteg vatawbI- GflAPm SP^iifiJbein^pgatenriKtisfe aWodor ^H not necesBitatojfjfihrii'- hpriiy -mcttJOltf djS^ HasssrS^MSjf- l .M highly cw*femfrrt).Kfl*wpi«>. 'j ¦ ¦^FLUID EZ3td€U^^^^ Will radicatr^exteriai^fa^^^^Kftn J l^te , pm^SHtariK^SI liaah;Tenery Humor« o£alEliaasj>...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
4-J II I 1 it^ ' r WEG^It BIETteBS m* Hnndred* of Thomantli f g rf J|| WHAT ARE THEY? § | b^Il /'• l "'4 i"^' >'^B[ '"•'' T-'I*' ?' '" '-'' •' kh .I fan c.y dbIk Jlf : i. nSp^d Uchtma Xtnu»» doeioriS,«j(Jc5 ! to4tSS»' p^ied to jpUffle |te ..t<uite| ct Ugd1^ga!^;«^4aipe^>— ' — ± l-jfck " '•i'cjiorore,'; ac, tnat it«a tno tlppHr en <» | s! Wfckenni& ^TraJri^pittttfitttiB-MtattliHirnaar^^^ L_Jjcfiin t!io2fatov^'Uoottflnd'iIerb>'*f OfilUbnU^^rco MRm nllXTcbhiri ' ii^tlmulilnU. IMy.we tbr; ¦ ' ISiltEAT BIiOO» BtBIFrett rttfi 4 jLISA, IwiVlXU FBIKCIf LBap«rtoot Eonoyatot »d . ' MlOTiSoratorof tipBytl>t$> ,fwr$af</itt tfliwlunosl, ' ¦ ¦ Hfcttcr l aadr«!t6ilB«f)io,l)l(«)aK)»b<ialUi7c6nilitltm. - ' . ' r^pcii qn ^VUk« tl^oBItt^™ tccorUlBg tollrec- : '- L,tlonaiidrcinoloIonK ' unwcri." " ' ' . "V ¦ '' '"'• ' ¦ ' P* SlUO^ab6 ilvCT'forta'lortrablecase.iiroviaed • ¦ I thsbone*'ia» 7 '^oV'd6rtr<^«41>]''mln«(al ...
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
' . ' . ! ;;- ; C3-E5iSB3Ei^ " - ; ' ' " r "I-'.-' ¦¦ fflfiyflliiW|BBf^s£-' " , j^aaHH^gppgi^ypgpjBpHg ¦ •: No ^^i^k^preiimpor^fJ^til ¦&^bpr jMgp^r!^ 'G^ttTh^«| H Cleaner—for "^onegays hiiri's ' o. ' weil . anffao speedily!' " .\ ' . " . ' 'V , '"' , • ¦ . • • ' "¦; ', '¦ , ' ' ' ' .The' ab ' ove-cut Shows the'only Geiser Machine now built under the immediate eve of the old inventors themselveswith all the additional improvements imade during the past 18 years, and now with FIRST-.CLASS WORKMEN & MATERIAL $his .Machine Just stands high above all of its class. As a thresher, it is equal to the bestas a cleaner it is superior to any existing, Machine., This is admitted by all honest competitors. Ifadeed it is the ^>nl y Machine that really--can> by-^ne operations thoroughly thresh and clean gram fit for market. But the lact that grain'direct from . this machine commands from 2 to 3 cents a bnsliel more than grain direct from any oth-.?_ ii,r4achine,...
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
AijLEE . M. Good. Mathew Metcalf. um km upqrs factory i JUST WHAT YOU WANT AND At Prices to suit Times and Quality ! WORK WARRANTED Motto:—Quick Sales and small Proffits. We will furnish anything wanted hi our line of business, ' : SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, MANTLES, STAIRING, &c, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. AVe also contract for continued Rail Stair Ways, Ifewel's Ballustera, &c. &cflemish to order or put into buildings by the, best of workmen; Sawing, Chopping,roast Boring, Grinding, Turning&c. &c. In short anything you want call for itif not on hand we will make it. As reference we can show you buildings in thejcountry or in Waynesboro' where you can. judge for yourselves, ' (we can't recommend material, it must recommend itself) also see the quality of our material as compared .with that of other shops. TO THE PUBLIC Thankful for past favors, we ask " yon for a continuance of the same. . .' Factory 1A miles South of Waj'nesboro', Pa !¦• " GOODU...
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
UBSOTJS. COLLEGE! Located at Freeland, Montgomery Co . un-.ty, Penn'a. THE'ACADEMIO DEPARTMENT: ¦ [Formerly . Freeland Seminary.] A Ifirst ' -class English, Mathematical and Classical Boarding School for YdlNG MENI ANP- ffflgS! ;Uiidar the immediate Tuition nnd^Kungc-., . inentofthe faculty of the coJjfege. ' TERMS MODERATE. . """ All, necessary expensesincluding T-ufition, Boarding, WashingBooks,- <Scc, not exceeding!$230 a year. THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT will be distinct from the academic, and will atl'ord all the advantages of a full college course in the usual higher branches of study, under the direction of a faculty .of. six Prflfc^ors. • . ,:.> ' : ¦ K&Jl'he Academic Yenrjfor both fDephrtments will be divided into the following three terms:—The School.opening with the Fall.term, September 6, 1870 to December 22. ¦ W, inter tenn, January 4, 1871 to April 5. Spring termApril J2'tp July 7,1871. For further information apply to Jtev.jJ. H. A. BOMBEjfcGER...
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
¦ . !i;.tti\ f-J:iiu!i .^klll.U Mlur I R"flffE BUhgcriber annpupejes to the public .P tiiit*; lie coutiuues the ' machine business he Rock Forge, nnd has for sale Sider ¦ . .',1s to operate by hand or horse power; Spring tooth ' RakesCom SheltersCutting Br.x 'W, Motz and Self-sharpener Plows, and Cas&ngs ofdiffcre.it kinds so that ho can sapp' y f:ufne»8 aajording to order. AH knvSi saws repaired. ' "He has also for sr' .o all kinds of wagon-maker stuff part of whieii is seasoned, such as fellows, tongue?, iionr.sj axels, plankpailings. . BniKlitig lumber of all kinds furnished at the short-«ft.aoB«Je," " • ' - . : .^ - :-/_l4^« .JOHX S, DAY1IOFF. ... &&%
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
IH;!1W ..?!«§ UNDERFEED SHUTTLE and » * SEWING MACHINES! $25 cheaper than any other. For ' Simplicitv Durability and Beauty, thby ' stand unrivalled. • ForStitching, Hemming, Tucking, Felling, Quilting, Cording, Binding, Braiding, Gathering,. Gathering & Sewing on gathers, theyare unexcelled.— Warranted. ' A.5E.VAYNANT S. E. Corner Diamond, < . Mar. SO, 1871. AVaynesboro', Pa. ¥> BACON—Country sides for sale by ' . <' AT June 29. ' ' AV.A.KEID
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
:r,cxast:e:d iz The following record ofone day's accidents, all from tfce same cause, viz: the use ©f in- 1 -ferior€oal-Oil r i8-tak6ii-1iom-the-PIiiuidel phia 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.— TMrBrifeTSlvOccupying the second story oi 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 floovwrapped in flames." "About .7 o'clock yesterday morning, a «oal oil lamp in the hands of Sarah Alexander, who lives on Cowslip St. near Kith.—
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
AYAYMORO' COACH FACTORY GEO. TV. IIAAVKER having withdrawn from the firm of Adams & Hawker the subscriberinforniS thq.ptiblic ' that h' econtinues the Coachmaking business in all its branchesatjhe old stand. He wjll at all times have a supply of new Buggiesdifferent kinds, on. lia.nd; also second-handed vehicles. Repairing done at short notice.— He uses the best material and employs good mechanics. He returns his thanks to the public for their liberal qatronage, and by attention to business and a disposition to accommodate hopes to merit a liberal share of the same in the future. . ,, Jan. 14-tf JACOB ADAMS.
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Waynesboro Village Record — 31 August 1871
She was severely Durnea. - . "Margaret Colliganr.esidingin the rearof 618 South st., was Durned 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." All such fearful accidentsresulting'in death and the destruction of valuable property, maybeavoided by using "CARSON'S STELLAR OIL" which is £nown to be a perfectly safeand reliable illuminator. It isfoJsale by AmbersonBenedict & Co., Waynesboro'; Christian Good, Quincy. [feb 2-J871.