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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
T H IS WAV! cmi j iiEjffii i ITIHE undoretgned respectfully nnnoqnces to the A. public generally that he is still ai the old stand on Church Street, Waf/neshoro', Pa., where he continuesJhe manufacturing of Family Buggies, Barouches, . Wagons, and every species of vehicles usually made in such establishment*.— His work is warranted to be composed of the best anu most durable material, and non'e but the most experienced workmen are employed.— He has now on hand a number of Carriages, Bug--gjes, &c, &c, which he will positively sell at gre3tiy reduced prices for cash, or ' upon a short credit. By keeping a good stock, at all times, and always holding himself ready, (o supply . the demands of the people he hopes to retain and secure a liberal share of patronage. _, Repairing, Trimming, and Painting do.ne in the best manner, and at the shortest notice. -Lumber, Country Produce, &c,, ,wili bo taken in exchange for worl$. JACOB ADAMS. N. B. The Books of the (in...
Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
EiEGiunmiinffimis! RBDUCTfON IN PRICES. At Brotherton'8 Hardware and Paint Store! , • / . . I take this method of inJorming the piblic that have just received from Philadalphja a largo ao carefully selected stock of . --¦ -; Iron, ^ 8»eel, ^ Oils, GIbsb, * ' - faints, Storea, ¦ Brushes, ; . " " ¦ Cutlery r Hardware, . ' y VamisheB, - . " ¦ ' ' da ciotEs^^___ . 8hoe Findinea, ^ A gricultDral Implements, all of wojch I deaire to- dispose of at prices to suit, the times. Try -me, and bv ar» examination of my stock convince yourse (/"that I mean just what I say, I take pleasure \n ^tjowin^ goods whether sales, are efTected or qof. ' To persons about to build I a.m prepared to offer extraordinary inducements both in Hardware and Paints. Thsnkfiil to*friends for past favors, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited—promising to do all in my power to render satisfaction to all who may favor me with their patconago. W. H. BROTHERTONApril 11.
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
IRON BRIDGES, CAST IRON WATEJR WHEELS, IRON KETTLES, &c, Stoves and Plow castings,also cast iron and wrought iron pipe for steam ot water, and Brass castings of every description; in a word, I am prepared to do cverytjiing' vusually done in a foundry and machine, shojfT Having supplied myself with the latest improved, machinery, such as Lathes, Boring, Planing and Drilling Machines, persons can rely on having their work done in the most satisfactory manner.— 1 am also prepared to manufacture to order machinery for wood, such as 'i'ouging and Graving machines for flooring, Surface, Tenoul and Moa lding'inachincs, &c. 1 also oiler to the public a new and valuable improvement in my steam engines, ¦ made within the last year, viz: for tho economizing of fuel, and the regulation of speed, which-renders my new engines far superior to the old engines. All my machines are sold under warrantee. My hams are all experienced workmen in this line of business, and 1 Use al...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
JUUVJII, ' COTTHT, &«., [las returned frnm the Cities with a large and well selpcted stork «>f Goods He now offers for a»\e al low prices: Iron, . Steel, Nails, Axes, Rope, Robes, STOVES, — (PARLOR AND TEN-PLATE) CARRIAGE WARS, ANP PEDAR WARE; GRINDSTONES, (A superior kind;) ^ ¦ Horse shoes. Traces, - v ' Hame$, BHOB FINDINGS AND LASTS Knives, Forks, Spoons, Sec. ALSO
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
WI |tL3t' ¦ mie and. rumors' -of r ware ar t rife throughout our once "happy lurid, when " ¦ ' . -. ;,.• columns of *rme I men. sro . seen Qtj- . ali si.|c», marcn' ., ' ' ing forward in defence o£ilpeir- M ancrc<J rights," anu all are engef fur the exprfefed contest, oiich moment entries U» hearrrlhe I' righlul d>»mi' v that will sqon ' l>n enacted. 'Yet while p|| thi*Wxivulsion is in pr.)- excite the pwpds pit the pjoojile, and fapMjjr tli^ ciliarilunity"has lioen_gre«tly nstojinded t)y " |fib'»renj8tt' . doui rush of pvopto to ! • "" ' .. JOSIAH BESORE'S STiORB! to ascertain the ctiuso ' of this excitcmeut, which proves' to -be the LARGE STOQS1 OF
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
To Capitalists. ITTAYNESBORO' SAVINGFUND This Vy Society will pay the following rates of interest per annum.on all sums deposited in the Institution. F or-3 months, 3 p3r cent.; from 3 to 6 months, 3 per cent.; from 0 to 18 months, 4 per cent; and over 18 months, 4i per cent. Fur a shorter period than 3 montus the terms will be made kown by the Treasurer. , Notesfordiscountshould ' bc handed to the Treasurer on Tuesday, as the Board ot Directors meet rgularlyon Wednesday of each week, al 9 o'clock A.M. By order of the Board, June 17*58 . JNO.PHILIPS Treainror, rpELEGRAPH FODDER CUTTERS, I The bestin use For sale by »?fov8 E.8.TK0XEL,. Agt. ' 1,-1 KESH Mackerel at \ ' • ~~ _|j ' Mar 38 _J]_ " AMBmiaos, Benedict & Co's. fjEVCHES.-^pried Peaches; parodTnd unpar-¦ _|t_ ed at • • ' ABB5R8OJT, Bbhkdiot <jc Co's. / 1LOTH, Hat, Hair, ~ Too«h ~" and NairBrusho lyjuBt received and for sale very low by M. M Si ONER. _____ May 13. THE BEST CtijOK 8TOV-E in the market to - be ...
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Should you ask me, should you wonder, ' - Where to buy your Stoves and Tinware; ' I would answer, I would tell you—"Go unto the fine new store room Where the Big Red Horn, the sign is; There's the best Cook Stoves and Tin-ware, All sold cheap by D. B. Russell." ' . [t'tom the Sung of Hiawatha^ S~ | J HE undersigned informs the publjc in genera ij and especially those of his customers in want of anything in his line of business, that be has completed and is now occupying Ins new and extensive-W enlarged t'stublisbmcnrtor the Manufacture and Sale OF TINWARE, SHEET-IRON WARE, ANQ STOVES. . He is now prepared to supply any demand for his Cook Stoves, general tlouse/ceepifig Hoods and Kitchen Ware, on such terms as mast give entire satisfaction. ¦ -TO3 StfJSKia^ '
Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
f-AYBTTBVILLB SEMINARY. Recdaimendations from the Faculty of Princeton, \ College. N. J. ^ Prinokton, N. J., Feb. 26th, 1881. The undersigned are happy to ^estifjrtbat^pupils . ¦of the Fayettcville Academy, Pa. have' maintained a high standing among the repent graduates of the. College of New Jersey. • JOHX MACLEAN, President of the College., JAM . ES C. MOFFAT* ProJessor of Greek. G. MU3GRAVE GIGER, Professor of Latin. JOHN T.DUFF1ELD, mar.28 " Professor of Mathematics Or. Jacobs, Ilarbaugk & C;o ' sl Celebrated American Liniment "For Man and Beast. " fpHE-greatcst-and-best external remedy ever oe. A. fered to the public. For sale by F. J. Krutzf Druggist. Waynesboro' and by Druggists in the. county generally. tJTPrice 25 centsper bottle. December 13,'60—-ly
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Defence of Armnggcuon A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. ._ . THIS is acknowledged to be one of the most remarkable of human productions that has ever been olfered to the American people. The style is chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated of is of the most inspiring: "The United States in Prophecy. For sale by J. F. KURTZ. Nntfl Lumber! Lumber 11 THEyttht'ersigned offers ,at his Lumber Yordl Waynesboro', Pa., the following variety of wel. seasoned Lumber, at reasonable rates: Worked Flooring Boards; J, j, and 1 inch yellow Pine; 4 inch, bed Lining; I, li and 2 inch White Pine; i inch white pine Weatherboarding: Spruce Pine Joice and Scsntling; §, } and 1 j inch Poplar, "Poplar Scantling; J and lj Cherry, Cherry Table (Legs; Pine Lath ami Chestnut Shingles, and IChestnutvPosts and Rails. Also, Turned Chair Stuff by tne.Sinnd; Turned Chair Legs,Bent Chair Jacks, and turned Broom Handles. ALSO, For Sale, by the bushel or quantity, Corn n the ear or shelled, Oats nnd Potatoes by t...
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
WM. A. TRITLE'S HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM, - AND Copper, Brass, Tin and Sheet Iron Manufactory, On Main Street, one door West of TroxeFa Dry Goods Store, WHERE he keeps constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of Housekeepers' Articles of every description. Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware. Japan ed 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 want of a good cook stove, will do well to call and see his assortment , qg hft i? pH»pnrPd tA Alfrr grpfflt inducements, not only in Stovea, but in all the above articles. You will tint! a large and splendid assort"- ment of Tin Ware of his own manufacture—at low
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
S5£2<£><3i<l CS \2a tl . 11 C£> CF» & A i\ » F I t, t. E It $ On a new nnd improved plan, at,low prices-He invites his old customers nnd the trade genererally to examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. H. STOREHOUSE. Nov. I. 1&60 FRESII ARIUVilL OF DRUGS. MDICIS. fflJIUT. Confectionery, Fruits, &c, &c, &C. THE subscriber takes this method of announcing to the people that lit. has received nt his 'Drug gtore,' a large biiJ carefully selected stock of FRESH DRUGS, Chemical*, Patent Midicines, Paints Oils, Dye
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
NEW FIRM! Coachmaking! THE undersigned having leased the well-known Coachmaking Establishment of A lex. Hamilton, on Mechanics street, Waynesuo.ro\ respectfully announce to their friends and 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 On rriages, Buggies, Barouches, Sprng Wagons, &c. <Sf.c, of the best material, and made oy superior workmen. BLACKSM1THUNG aud REPAIRING of all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly and to.tho satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for work at market prices. —Elf Herson&Jesiring articles or-work-in-the-Goachiri ' aking line, are respectfully invited to give them a call. L. K. MORRISON, . Mar. 8. GEO. B. HAWKER.
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Ready-Made Clothing FOR FALL AND WINTER! FRESH 8UPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHLY! 4 8. ADAMS would respectftlly inform his XX • patrons anu the public generally that he has returned from the Eastern cities with a.general assortment of Keady-Made . FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, embracing all the latest styles of Coats, Pants . Vests, Shirts, Collars, Necties, Suspenders, etc-, etc., all ol which are well made. The public are cordially invited to call and examine his goods, as be is detertermined to sell at short profits. He will continue to carry on the business of Tailoring as heretofore. Persons desiring garments cut out or made up are invited to give him a call. Latest fashions received regularly. O#, - - A.S.At
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
J DR. T B. FRENCH, " f MS J- V * * 1 RESPECTFULLY offers his services to ii fi c\t: i ' zenso ' l Waynosboro'and surrounding country. He is prepared to perform all operations in Dental Surgery in a superior manner. Teeth inserted from one to an entire set in the most approved and substantial manner, and warranted not to bo surpassed for beauty and durability. Charges ' modemte and all work warranted as represented.. N. B. Will visit residences when' requested.— Office, on Mechanics Street, opposite the residence of J. R. Welsh, up stairs.
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
DENTISTRY, DR. WM. D. LECH-L&B takes this opportunity, -to^etwn-tltaftka-te-the-pttWie- fef t he l ib om(, patronage he has received ^ during the past, and hopes by strict -attention;- ' to- business to merit a continuance of, tho, same. All operations in the. dental line will be performed in. the most substantial and satisfactory manner. He keeps posted on all . the advancements and improvments of the. professton, and fUUers,himself that as good ' work can be, bad at his office as . at any other in the State Arti ¦ficial teeth inserted from a single tooth to.a full set ^ and in all cases warranted to perform satisTactoriiy or no pay. Terms reasonable. July 5, I860. '
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Important to Farmers rilHE subscriber takes this method of announcing Jr of the Farmers and others, that he has on hand a lot of DWARF BROOM CORW-aee* along with eorao specimens oi toe corn.- i his is an excellent article of Broom Corn, and should be raised by every one. Hi has also a full assortment of treah Diugs, Medicjnes, Chemicals, &c. J.F.KURTZ. P. S. I am selling Cranberries at 12} cents per quart, " ' Mar. 14 BROOMS! fTlHE undersigned continues to manufacture JL Corn Brooms upon the old -principle, all of which ho will warrant to b,o well made. Those having broom corn are requested to give him a, call. Janl7 ' JACOB HECKNEK. ¦
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
—aooa^--m -o for Gentlemen's ware. Their jf I Bl stock embraces Blue, Black and '?33$QSG£SaKi Fancy Cloths, Plain, Fancy Cassimcres, Silk and Satin Vestings, and all other goods for coats', pants, and vests, of the most fashionable styles. Also—Gloves, Cravats, shirts, collars, &c. &c.; with an assortment of READY- ' MADE CLOTHING. Gentlemen are invited to call and examine their stock of new goods. ISTThe latest Fashions regularly received. Mav 33 ISHl.
Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
pfTered are of the best npd most improved kinds,and having^been'tried are " acknowledged to be all that can be desired as good cookers and bakers, and are easily, , kept. cleaji. His own manufactured WAnE is all made with a view to the wants of customers from the best material and is warranted in all cases to be " good. H,e also keeps a large assortment of fancy articles. „ ES^Special attention is given to putting up SPOUTING, made of the best tin, for houses and barns, in which he has had a long and extensive experience. \ Remember the sign of the Bi g Red Horn. Aug 9, 1860 . «, D.li RUSSELL.
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
New Milliner? Establishment "P"HE undersigned would inform ther citizens of( I ' Waynesboro' and vicinity thai she has commenced tho Milliner business, in Church stieet, a few doors South of the Diamond. She ' ejfpects to receive her goods in a few days. The ladies are most respectfully invited to give her a, call. No, pains will be spared to suit the taste of all. By close application and a determination to persevere, shet hopes to gain the confidence, as well as the support of the community.' She has made arrangements so that she can receive new goods weekly if necessary, Please give her a call M. U. RESSER, ' Waynesboro', May 2, '61.
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
the newest designs, ljfhich he oilers at great bar cains. '-- '-^ MATS AND RUGS Wool, Coco, Plain and Fancied Bordered, in great variety. GROCERIES AND Q PEENSWARE! llis stock is full and complete, nnd willfcoaipnre (lyoraUly .with any in Waynesboro', both\iii price and quality. He retuns his thanks to hisTricnds, and by , fair dealing and strict attention to business he • hopes to merit a continuance of the same. Oclll ¦ JOSEPH PlMCR.