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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
STOVES, - (PARLOR AND TEN-PLATEj CARRIAGES WMS, - ' .AND CEDAli WARE; GRINDSTONES ' (A superior kind;) * •Horseshoes, Traces, Hames, SHOE FINDING3 AND LAS Knives, Forks, Spoons, 8e6. ALSO K£2'c& si<k Q3Qadi2©ips A X » F I £, L E K S On n new and improved plnn,.nt low prices. He invites his ohl-customers nnd the trade gonererally to examino his stock before purchasing elsewhrre. . H. STONEHOUSE. ¦ Nov 1. 1860
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
WAYNESBORO' CLASSICAL AND COM-. MERCIAL INSTITUTE. A. M. TRIMMER, Prin. Com. Department, W.T.BARNII'Z, A.M.,Prin. Clas.Department. rf^HIS Institute affords advnntagcs unrqualed by 4 any oilier school in thii section of the Stitc; A regular Classical and Scientific course, or a thorough practical and Oommejicial education, including Double Entry Buok keeping and Practical and Ornnmcnt.il Penmanship, Pon-Unnviinrj'&c.— Students admitted nt nny time. For further pnrticidars address Principals. Mar28—3w . , SCHOOL. TF. BOULT respectfully informs the citizens .?_-Of_VVaynesbora* . tluit-ho will oj>on- a fushool for males and females, on Monday, the 31st ol Makoii, in the Eastern School House. ' Terms, moderate. No deduction made for lost time, unless in eise of sickness of pupil". Ms»i2S—3t
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
1MPUUTAN J. A. FISHER ARE again reminded ol his recent tour to the Eastern Cities, and of the reception of his fine stuck of Cloths, C.issiiueres and Test? in?*. All of the MOST FASHION \BLE ST5T LE$. His stock of FRENCJI CLOTHS and CAS^IME.KEBhe ctilla particular flttcnliou to, ps the best in town. Al«o, one of j!ie bestj us.s>rtiii.'iita oJ FL'nsjamnq Goorn in town—all riujy jivlbcir inspection and benefit, and kin 1'y ax'Kii ». c.-ill l' r.nii all persons deniriouj of buying (iio-li h. b w liuu, al <.xtrutnely ¦ ' , ' . ' • - .-. ' - ' ¦ - 53a<3O«^ar Q^a^aog-obsa a ¦ " ¦ fn the'NaW'LY FITTED ROOM, iiexjNJoor In rpdcgraO»VHager»town,Md, rJun. . 3,M,«tH-l .
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
IMPQRrAMTWBSm x^sxica^ row i X BEAVER, in connection with-his Variety . W-»y*^ or 6»-ha8-commencoJ-the~martufactur-irjg-of—Bl JUTS and SHOES in all its various br.inches.— iaving employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he is prepared to produce the finest, ncjtestond most durable work made anywhere. = ¦ . = AH are invited to call. A large stuck of Hat* nnd Caps,anJ Eastern man* ufacturcd Shoes and Boots of the best make, on '-' " • hand; Clock,- , Trunks, Segnra.. . Tobacco, &c., &c. You get th&Te * ry ifestK BftOSBNB therov A few . ¦ ¦ : f.it Hogs sro wanted. J. BBAVER. Dcc,6—I month*. ^ "*s
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ * ' -;! " J*T> ¦ j fes^^j ;¦ :¦• -•¦:< ¦ <¦: m«E WdeirtBheaaHii i^l »t; puhUc role al her west of Waynesborb', dh the 19th of A pHl.tgfc.follriwinij ^ropertyi to, wit: h i8ai Acrt« Gwiik :«|ihe Ground,5 COWS,8 head HOOS.Siiead oiyrmuj CATTLE, Plows and Harrows, 30 yds, Cnrpet.l Iron.and 1 Copper Kettte,.2 Sfcretafie*, 8 Bodsteads, 2 doz. Chairs, S large arid S small Rocking Chairs; 3 Wardrbbet.S Cherry Dining Tab|es,Cuj>- board and Kitchen Table. 2 Wmhstandu, 2 Parlor StandB, 1 Churn, 4 bbls; Vinegar; tard/ Bacon and apple-butter, ioa ' p by the pound, a Lot, of Brooms, 6 tons of Hay, PotitojBsi)y the bushel 2 Clocks, buckets, baskets, 1 saw, and many ther articles not necessary to mention. &alc to commence nt 10 o'- clock on said day-, when the terms will bo. made known by MARTHA FUNK. opr4-t« . ^ C" E 9"0s V. Mono, Auct.,
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
p. FZES-iEJxrosa : DEXTIST , 0FFE TJ . 8 his services to the public generally.— Operations of every description in the dental line performed in tho best manner and upon reasonable terms, OlHce on Main Street, thrcadoors. EasLof tftfi Diamond • Apr*.
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Special ELSWTION JlOVlCti, AmendnimU to the Bi/-Laws of the Wayneshoro' Suving Institute. "VfO'TCE is hereby given tha.t an Election will j_\ be held at, the oirtce of the said lii«titntc,'on FiiiQAy TUK 1 1th day op APRlb next, lirtwet-n the huuni of one and five o'clock, P. M (at the same time and place at which, the regular Annual Eloc. tion will be held for a Board of Director* to serve the ensuing yenr.) for tho purpiMe of voting lor or auaiust the mowing amenlmouta, va,.- Strike out the word'- "second Friday" of April," and insert •*fir»t Friility in June," of Article 2d, Section Fir»t, of wiid liy LaWs; x.tino Article, 8ection Fillli, strike out tht' - worjl^, "Firrt Monday of 'April and - (>clo-|.p r,"«ml iuscr,t the ' **Aecond ¦ Monday in Way-an ' d i\oveinlier. " ¦ , ;¦- ' -* --;, ¦ ..•" ¦ "-¦: : ¦ \ ' >.-- ' • 'Piopt-FPd by . i^BMwtl ot .Directors; ' - Maraa '«2~g^^^y;jU; jACuiiS , ptetti "
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
NO HUSVIBUG THE undersigned having opened n Watch and Jewelry Store, in the new building oh the corner of the Diamond, and having recently returned from Philadelphia,.would inform the residents of Waynesboro* and the pubHcrgerierally, that he has now on hand a fine assortment of ' WATCHES,JEWELKY, SILVER " AKDgK ^ SILVER-PLATED .WAKE; ^^ - « CLOCKS,- , &C.&6 Having had conaiuerable experienqo at Watch repairing, he is prepared to do^ntl w ork promptly in the best manner and guarantee the performance of it, An assortment of spoetae 'e*, and 1 spi'cfaele glasses always on hand. Jewelry repaired in the neatest manner * W. A. GROVE. Apr 4—lyr.
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
A CARD.—Kind friends and patrons, joa hav* ~1 my warmest thanks for your very M «,u * eh*. # couMgment. Having discontinued the m, mf^ciaV. i. ring of shoes &c, on my own account, and engaged-. I- ' " myself with J. Beaver, at the Variety Store * I be-- ' P ' ' speak for him the continuance of your patranag*;^- SfT' 1 Oo come and see us aiournewphcfl. J^~: " ' \ ' : . ' • _ t>cc6 ___ , J.COQgSfe. '•'. ' :-important Nrq^3pE ~~"' ;¦:- • ./ 4 .LL persons knowing them^treit indebted to ' " " ' e X^_ the undersigned by Note q^Bookacc ount anr / ' .,'?« n>qucrtpd _ to c.ill arid settle thefg-jm,) on: or beiforfl •:' * "'?S the first day of April * aa. longeJsiiriiluJjence cannot , *'» ¦- \ posnibly be given JAS. B^fO-THJJRTON. . " ¦*' ¦ "¦'¦ ¦' ¦ '¦* ' MarU—3t ' _ „ ¦ , , - , ^; ' ;- ' .; ..-/ -f ,/^. v.t::^
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
NEW LBVERY f r*pHE subscriber respectfully announces to his f _|_ friends and the public generally that he has o'pened a bivery Stable iti VVoyncsboro, and is now 'prepared to accommodate the public generally with MHW Vlteli^ at the shortest notice, day or night.— Persons desirous ol hiring, either fnt riding or driving, would do well to give; him a call, His stock has been selected with 'great cure as ro gards gentleness, and speedy traveling; and his buggies and carriages are all in good condition-Thn nlinm ntunlc will he kept at the Stable of Dr. John Oellig. Persons wishing to nire will please dpply'to the undersigned at Bowden's Hotel. noS—6w JOHN RICHARDSON.
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
IF you wunt to purchase a nit r Hoop Skirt from .31J to $2.00 cull at [apr4 Pltice's IF you want n pretty Summer Ba lmoral call at npr4 - Thick's IF you want a nice pair of Gauntlets from 87* tc S125, ' call at ' [apr4. P|1IC^8 _ IF y>u want a nire set of I'mter Sleeves and Corlars for twent)-live cents, call at Fiuck ' s Apr4 _ IFjyou want a nice Shaker, call at apr4 Piiick ' s IF you wnnt a i>nod pair of Home Miide Morocco ' Boots, WaBllANTliD NOT TO HIP OR TKAI1, Call at apx * Price ' s. IF you want to b-c a large asajrtuci*t of Shawls, cii.ll at [apr4 Pkio ' r'b
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
A SELECT 1 N:.LI33 AND CLASSIC SCHOOL. THE undersigned intends opening a SELECT, SCHOOL, (ht males and femalox, in ' the Wnyneaboro' Academy, on the B4thr of March, '62. The courso of instruction will lie full and thorough; the government mitti- but firm. • ¦ ..There willAe^a Lifer.iry Society heldT in conncctioh with the *6hitot the oBfertof. which wiH. be ttt- improve ^t6e?i£r^ miiraliyaniliiiU'llectoaliv. ' .. ¦ : • , " ¦ " ^:,'-:it.; . TtHMS:—PerJ5eMiuri ofeleyMi woeks: .-r ~ Common English branchoi • , ^ $2,50 Hiuljer ¦ . . • ' . ¦ ^'V , . . " • .Sfcfifl Latin :nnd'Ofeek » with flhy " of the nbavoroach I' M Uoko-Koeping taught gratis ¦ ¦>&££ ¦ ¦ '. ¦: ¦ ••;*. Mnr7-^*. ¦ .:-Ar A. L5»ttin»5Ifcjjfe»^.,; wIe
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
PUBLIC &A.LE; TI^HE undersigned, Eteciitnr of Christ jan Frantz, Jt- Sen., deceased, will sell at public " snlc, on TuuiisnAv the 17tii day ov April next, the fallowing personal property, to wit: ONE CARRIAGE, I list Harness, 1 Riding Saddle, Bridle, Halters, 1 Saddle, Wood Paw, Mattock; 35^8 Carpeting, I Looking Gluss, 1 lot Clnirs, 1 Table. 1 Settee. 2 Bedsteads, 2 Clocks, Coverlets, Blankets, Bedding, Lot Queensware, 1 Cot, 1 Comfort, 1 lot Qui'ti-; 1 Hair Mattress,'37 lbs. FEATHERS, a lot nf linen nnd colton sheets, and many other articles not herein specified. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock on said day when tbo terms will l*u made known by Mar22—ts ABRAHAM FRANTZ. Ex ' r.
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
1 nr>Mgafic Goring Muslin, Ticking; and a complete' a assortinout of Notions. It' s no use trying to enumcr.ito. If you want anything at nil in the Dry Goods line, just call in anil you will find him ready to wait on you wild pleasure. To persons having country Produce to sell, they will.lind it to their advantage to bring it to Stovor's.nshe always gives the highest markul urico. So, give him n call, and ho will sell you- g'jodtf as oU<--ip as they can be purchased elsewhere. ¦ „-, Novl. 18GI
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
A'lurseilles Skirts, B elts, The people of Wayncsboro' and vicinity, and of rtHpr pi"1 *"1 , «re respectfaHy invttpd . tn call and examm*! this sp lendid stock of DKV GOO 1>S, GROCERIES, AC, ns the proprietor fiels assured - that no one can find fault in prices or style; and in conclusion he returns his thanks to the community for former fa. vors and hopes for a continuance of th" same ApH JOSIAH BE3ORE.
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
Cheap and SScautiful liSgiit T^]*O. I Caibon Oil—pure nnr-ex plBsive—J_\ warranted to burn without otnittine any smell if used in thej / s CARBON OIL LAMPS, „, of the latest styles anJ improvemcnti 1 —all sohl Ciikai' kou Cash nt the nign of the BlU KED H0R.\. Apr.4 D. U. RUSSELL. LADIES , if you want to fee a nice assorDubn. of DKESS UOODS, call at j 'iiicb's Auiil4 .
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
MECHANICS STREET RESTAURANT AHEAD Wuslutbauylt ''s and Lnthriy's Ale. at 3 cents per Glass. C\ OME now or never, for-we linve more fun than ) ever. A ten,- Oysters, Eggs, Cheese, Hum, Bread, Butler, and Pickles. Come one, come all, . Both gre.it and small,/ Aid roll the ball, ' /
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 4 April 1862
faORtNo. 1 New Orleans Molasupcall at •J7 , '" -' »pr4 ':; . •• ¦ - •¦¦ •¦ - ' _ , "Pbiok> IF you w^tt to <ee:theIuige-t.u«iorunenti)t' Uif. pifa in town, call «t .<prt .; ' RktoVjB/ IF ^you wan t a cheap pair «l-<t*ohgn:sjt. <taiUtr>< c»U-rt . «U"4 . : ¦ P ,m*' * ,