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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
SOLFERbfO DELAINES, REP.IIOUBAIX, a ' nd a variety of other DR£SS GOODS -ALSOSZIiX VELVETS, CASSIMERS, CLOTHS, and all kindB and styles of Gcntrr.men'ir-Wejrrvwithr a great lot of all kinds of Goods usually kept in W'ayiicaboro'. The undersigned tendon his regards to his numerous frionds and patrons, and hopes a continuance offavo ' rs. Merchants through this country can find goods at .Eastern wholesale prices t>y calling nt .Bi-aore's, thereby suviqg freight and other duadvantairen. ; Pc»ons da«iripg » nice ^ Sharpe'n Rupeater can bo accommodated by calling 1 soon; ultfo cartridges tor the «aina. • All Wmid of produce receivsd in exchange for goods al tho rogular prices Ocl-U JOSIAH BESORE.
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
GOODS!! • he has just receive^ and tho X.OW PRICES^ they arejsold at' nevertheless the groat cry of "Hiffh Prices" caused by the war, whitih in shown to be false by an examination to the magnificent stock of goods offering~nt the above estahlfnl&pnt. You will find a varied asjortment of all kinds of goods such as' sif.KS, ;"¦ ^ VALOTTR8, 8COTCH PLAIDS, s CASHMERES, LAVELLA CLOTHS, MOTTLED MIXTLBES.
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
Hose A HEAVY LOT OF DOMESTIC GOODS. Muslins, Sheeting, Shirting, Tickings, * Osnaburj, Bagging, Burlapxe, Toweling, Blanket*. Robes, ^— -___ _^ Over shoes, ~ ~* Bhoea, Boeta, Hats, &c, . We tender our thanks to all our friends and customers for the liberal patronngc lieretnfore extended to us and reuues^ continuance of-the same. AWBERSON, BENEDTCT & CO. Jan. 10, 1862.
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
MGRSON, BENEDICT & CQ. \ HAVE " ' ' ¦ " ¦ ¦ ' ¦ " ,_ JJIST— HECETVRD - ^ THBIB . • ¦' • TIIRD . SBPPLY ' ¦ • . " ¦ OF . FALL AND WINTER GOOBS!! VXTE . all W lrS ndpannu Milin Vrriah tn nn>»knrid nhnan * VTE respeetfully triform our customorsend. all ^\rsoijwho wish to purchase cheap
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
¦ , 2 4 Oysters for 121-2 Cts. C~~^ • AT THE ICIAIS' SW iSTilffl THE subscriber is now selling at his Restaurant on Mechanic's street, 24 OYSTERS for 12$ cents. He has a Billiard Table for the accommodation of those fond of that kind of amusement; and aJsj^ojre.n^n_AI|ey^5yJiicJiJs_fhie_to_olLwho _wiahto soil. Oysters furnished to families at 374 cents per quart, which is- one-fourth less than the usual price charged. Washabaugb-a and Ludwig's Ale always on hand. JOSEPH FUNK. " December 12—tf.
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MEXICAN ROW! J BEAVER, in connection with his Variety a Store, has commenced tbe manufacturing of BOOTS and SHOES in all its various brunches.— Having empluyed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he is prepared to produce the finest, neutest and most durable work mado anywhere. All are invited to call. l - A large stock of Hats and Caps,nnd Eastern manufactured Shoes and Boots of the best make, on hand; Clocks, Trunks, Segars, Tobacco, &c, &c. You get tbu very best KEROSENE there. A few tut Hogs are wanted. J. BEAVERDcc,6—) months.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
WANTED! . 5000 BUS. WHEAT!. The old Miller at liis old Tirade'. fl^HE undersigned hosing associated thcmselvea P inihr Milling bnsiness, and having ' leaied of Peter Pahnestock the old Roy or mill property, one mile southeast of Waynesboro', are, now prepared to purchase grain from their friends at the highest m/rket price; and also to do nil kindB of Grinding, imludineciiapping com and cob. We are also pfepaTetTtofuriiisa at the lowest market prices, all kinds of Mill Stuff; also Plaster by the ton or bush. Our old friends will please call and see us. JOHN WALTER, Dec6—tf JOSEPH BLDEN.
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
stock of -*"- . Cloths, Cassiuiercs and Test* ings. All or the MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. His stock of FRENCH CLOTHS and CAS^IMEHRS he calls 4 particulnr attention to, as the best in town. Also, ono of }he best assortments of Fur.sibhing Goons in town—all ready for their inspection and benefit, and kindly asks a call from all persons tlcsirious of buying Goods in his line, at extremely In the NEWLY FITTED ROOM, next, door to ¦JpdegraflV, Hagerstnwn, Md. [Jan. 3, 1861.]
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
NOTICE. . WHEREA S, Letter* Testamentary to the Estate of Barbara H. 'Vroxei, late of the Borough ol Waynesboro, deceased, have been granted to the subscriber; all persons indebted to the laid Entatc, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims - or demands against the Eetate of said decedent, will .make known tlia same without delay to ' K. 6. TltOXUL, DedO—6w Eiecutar. fiAMPHENS and Burning Fluid- ,always o ^yhand »t Aug. , \Kvnrz'» C 1ITRON can be h»4«» , \ ~" / no» ?a Kcnia'a
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
TO THE PUBLIC NEW ESTABLISHMENT! THE subscriber would inform the citizens of Wnynesboro' and the public that he has commenced the Shoemaking business in the Basement of Kurtz's Hotel, where he will at all times be in readiness to accommodate those- who may give Jhim a call. BOOTS AND SBOESr * made to order, on short notice, of the best material, and upon the most reasonable terms. Ocl25. . THOS. BBINGMAN.
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
BRIOK HOUSES, BANK STONH BARN. with WAGON SHED and Com Crib attached.— There is alao a fine iORCHARD on the farm, with a stream of water running through the farm, and a well of never-failing water near the dwelling. Any person wishing to view - the premiscB-^riH—please call on Mr. Monn residing on the farm. " For terms &c, apply to the undersigned, residing near the Marsh Store. . SUSA r ft FUJNK. DeclS—4w
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
rfiHE undereigned offers at Private Sale her farm, I situatej about one mile from Brown 's Mill; in Antrim- township, adjoining lanJtt ^ csf John Grove, and Henry Omwake, containing X 13~ACRES.more or less, of LIMESTONE LAND, about 100 acres of which, is] dear and in a good state of cultivation, the balance well Bet with TIMBER. The improvements are, a two storied
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
NOTIOJB. WHEREA S, Letters of Administration on th» £hrfate of Duvid Stoner, late of tbo bbiWi, of Wyynesburo', deceased, have been granted t(» the subscriber; ail persons indcbtrKK^ suid £3tab, are requested to make iuinjedute payment, und/Shuse having claims or ' demands against the lisuit\of said deccdeut, wilt kii»« known the same, without delay,to * JOHN WALTER, Nov'29—6w Adininistrator. .
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
STRAYED- / STRAYED from the premincs of the ¦unsrriltor an the 19th of December. 6 black spoiled ShuAta about nine months old; and 1 young white Sow/ nil marked with a hole in the left ear.. Any information leading to lh«ir whereabouts will lie lUauktully received and liberally reworded. Doc27—3w ' . <? V. B. GILBEUr.
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
BACK AG.AIN. /^1 . 6. I^RI CE infjrsiH liis castoiQer s and the JT# * public gvnerully tliat ha Ua» removed bis barliur Shpp to the iiasement of Mr. Kurtz's Hotel, f'SfSierly ' olecpieil by htm us a Barber fcjhop, where ho will Shuve, Cut, uiln Dress' Hair,as hervtufore. tKv*( biin a call. j. ' Nov. J2— tf, FIRST j ARRlVAL! til -ft 'ptSiiffi ¦ FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862
A CARD.—Kind friends and patrons, you have my warmest thanks for your very liberal 4 encuurujjment. Haying discontinued the manufacturing ofshoes &c., on my own account,and engaged niyifelf ^ with J. Beaver, at the Variety Store, I bespeak for him *ho continuance of your patronage.— bo come and sue us at our new placn. Dec6 J. COOPER.