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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
-7 . ...*?• «Sii;j«IIID WMti-T, -, :-H>*. j-, ^hV ' . •? hT&JtiEtil t'.V.f QfTf , .-to'-- -i '! TEHMS^JiW If paid In advance, or jvifhm threetodmn7^*S-«(> after ihe ejpiratfrih Of tbte* taOnlhrbntwIrhWIhfjfSar.^ -. o U--1 ; C AnVBRTISBMENTS^Ten Une»thres InswtloOTj for every subiequent ir.r.tlorr.Sfl cents. r! t#Wtonti ittedioW «nd 'Wu^'dtttitof menu to be paid *emi-annually,ln adVancft* . r
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
W ESTABLISHMENT! rtlHE subscriber would inform the citircrw of J 'WaynesbW and the public that he has commenced the Shoemaking business in the Basement ol Kurtz's Hotel, where he will at all times be in readiness to accommodate those who may, givo him a call. ' " BOOTS AND SHOES! made to order, on short nutice, of the best material, ami upon the most reasonable terms. - ¦ OciTas. THOS. UIHNOMAN.
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
O YES! O YE8! O YES! fT^HB dodersrgned offers bis service to alt persona I who want s cryer. Ready at -all times to ory Public Hales. VenJuesi- Auctions, 4cc * at the most •SodersU tarns. All orders left a t the Office of the Village Record, will be promptly attended to.< JanlT -V _ - -. *> . * OEO. V. MONO
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Defence of Ai'inaggvuon A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. rpHIS is acknowledged to be one of the most re-I innrkabla of human productions that has ever been offered to the American people. The style is chaste and truly eloquent. The subject treated of iB of the most inspiring! "The United States in Prophecy. For sale by J F. KURi'Z. Novl
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Notice—New Firm THE subscriber having disposed of his entire Stock of Goods to Messrs. Collifluwer & Clugston, no(ifle*=s# persons indebted to him on Store Books to settle their accounts with and pay the amount of their indebtedness to either John P. Study or Daniel Urickfir. Tbe new firm will continue the business as heretofore. . A. S. MONN. Uuincy, Jan. 31,1868.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
a /Ma U Inill II lL£ S and ask for tho Continentn), which is one of the best stove* in market, and by far the cheapest. It takes a long stick of wood and is provided with fire brick to burn coal. It'is one of the beBt baking and cooking SlovcBjIia t bn» ever been oflVrcd for sole. It is a Cue Cooking Stove and is easily kept clean.
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
A CARD . .—Kind friends and patrons, you have my warmest thanks for your very liberal encouragment. Having discontinued the manufacturing ol' shoes Sec, on my own account, and engaged nl >Be|fwith J. Beaver, ot the Variety Store, I be-Bp eak for him the continuance of your patronage.— Do come and see ua at our new placn. t)eC8 ' J. COOPER.
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
BACK AGAIN f^i B. PRICE informs his customers and the-\JT» public generally tnat be has . removed his) Barber Shop to the Basement of Mr. Kurtz's Hotel * formerly occupied by him as a Barber Shop, when he will Shave. Cut, and Dress Hair as heretofore. (Jive him a call. . Nov. 33— it.
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Also, sawing, by. mill and circular saws, of every description ~done; Framing, Surfacing, Matching, Flooring, &c, icForfuntier psrticulars" »pplyto _ the subscriber, at Factory two miles southeast of Waynesboro. " DiF.UOOD. Jan. 17,1861-
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
FOUNDRY . ; i. y V,;a . np . .' •;• . > ¦ MACHINE SHOP! | wmMmmM BEISER'S PATENT SELF-REGULATING , . GRAIN SEPARATOR, CLEA^R . ' > -.. ' ¦ AND DAGGER /. .; ' . _ v:- .j AMD TH1 • \_ Latest Improved thresher and Triple Geared Horse sPotoers, Driving either by Gear or Belt, all furnished Complete ¦ readg to be put on Wagons. 1, the undersigned, desire to call the attention o Farmers and Threshermen of Franklbig and adjoin ing eounties to it. This Machine has been before the public for seven years, during which time it has given general satisfaction, and . the patentee having made some very important improvenienU which render it still more complete,—bolnvfotclead separating and cleaning, and also for ease of draught and fust threshing. I take pleasure in re. commending it to the public, knowing that it will give tho best of satiofaction. I aru manudictuiing three different Bites, as ' follows: No. I is 8 horse Power,will thresh and clean from 800 to 600 bushels...
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
4- LAkGB assortment of •i. A . K£RO8ENE LAMPS; And uem*U«i)t article «f Kiibnii On always *»>!*»- q&iZoyT.nomB. FiBhex"BSatlOK Saloon* . -..., ..jMt lfjr:. %: " wj ¦ ; . : OONFEOTIONABYl rpHE subscriber respectfully inforjns his custom-J_ orsnnd the public geherally -that 1 he has recently replenished hie stock of Fruit and Cdnfec* iibnaries, fhd has now ' the finest assortment df ; C A N DIE 8 I . v * ' ever brought to Waynesboro', With ; NUT8, RAISINS, PRUNES, FIGS, SWEET . CAKES OF BVERY i, DE80RIPTION, 01-GAR8, TOBACCO, etc., eto. O Y 8 T E R 8 I He has also on hand at all times tbe finest Oysters the market will afford, which will be served up to customers Fried, Itoaste'd or Stewed. ¦ " ' ~ ALB AWJ> OIPBR! he is likewise prepared to furnish both Washabough t s andLudwrg's ALE, and a superior article of tteotch Ale and Crab Apple Cider, with.a piirne article of Bologna Sausage, : Boiled Eggs, end all other articles usually kept in first class Resta...