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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

PUJ3L1C/SALE THE subscriber will -sell ut public sale, nt the late residence of John Gilbert, Sen " , ilec'il, in Wayncsljoro', on Saturday the 8th day of Kkbjiuone FLNK ^ hJ * LS FAMILY HORSE, 2 Fine Milch Cows; 3 petts Single Harness, 1 Killing Saddle, 3 Kiili ng iSmllt's, 6 halters, 3 fly-nets. 1-HUCJGY, 1 SPUING WAGON. 1 Good Sleigh, 1 Buffalo Robe, 1 barrel Coppc Kettle, 1 tcn-phite Stove, 1 Rureau v lw,W . airdrolit\ 1 4-cight-day—Clock:_a lot of I.UM'BEK. such-as boards and lathi:; a small lot Cypress and Chestnut Shingles, about 8l>0 Chestnut Kails, ' 4U0 BUSHELS COKN, 400LBUSHEL8 OATS, 30 BUSHELS OF RYE; v n lot Bag* , a lot of BACON and LARD, about 4(1 bundles of Rye Straw, 3 bushels Oloverseed. A Iso the shel«es-ijnd drawers in the store room.; 3 TONS TIMOTHY HAY, and n variety of other arliclpp not nceRsnry to mm-, lion. Also—Four Shares TUUNPIKB STOCK, in the Wnyneohoro', Oreencsmtlo ami Mereerbliurij Turnpike Company, and 2 shares in the VVnyncHboro nn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

yTESTARKIVAL . OF—- . DRY fiOODS GROCERIES, ' aniH. IMHHE, ii IC. GEO. STOVER, S~jlHANKFUL for kind favors and patronage here-IjTtofore bestowed upon him, again appears before the public to soljf it a continuance of the eame;—He'having just returned from tho eastern cities with a fine and well selected stock.ef NEW GOODS I Which he Intends selling at very low rates, which he knows he can do to the satisfaction of all who will call -and examine Uis ^tock. Below you will find enumerated a few articles which will be found (tmong hi^ stock to which he calls your attention. . FOR THE LADIES He has a large assortment of Dress Goods consisting

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

UK HI. Hli REDUCTION IN PRICES, —j—^t-RrotJierlon^s—Hardware-and Paint Store! I take this method of informing the piblic thai I have juut received from Philadelphia a largo and carefully selected stock of A Iron, Steel, Oils, CilaRB, Paints,. Stores, Brushes,. Cutlery, Hardware, i. , ' Varnishes, . Oil Cloths, Shoo Findings. - Agricultural Implements, ^ nil of woich 1 deaire to dispose ' of at prices t"< suit the times. Try me, and by an examination of my stock Convince yourself that 1 mean just what I say, 1 take pleasure in showing goods w/icther sales are effected or not. To persona about to build I am prepared to offer " extraordinary induccmcuts both in Hardware and Paints. Thankful to friends lor past favors, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited—promising to do all in my power to render satisl ' uctiou to all who may favor ma with'their patronage. . W. H. BROTJJERl'UN. April 11.

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

¦mnifflniOHi FALL AKD WINTER GOODS ! Joseph Vrioe 9 Noithwest Corner 0/ the Diamond, ts now offering New Jiid rnost e^sixable FALL AND WINTER «OOBS, ftj fujatk, Uerman,.-English. and Arftuncan Fabrics, comprising a general assortment of tho latest s 'l^es adapted to Fall and Winter trade. For Ladies' Wear : Rich Dress silks, black, plain and fancy Brocades; Plaids in gris.it Variety; French Merinos in" all colors; rich printed Marinoa, Wool DekineS; Cashmeres, satin stripped .do., Moussellaines, have Ila, Mohair mixtures, Tuibet Cloths; printed Mous« sellaines, Persian Twills, Poplin, Uobegcs, Opera Flannels, in all colors, Scotch aW Saxony Printed French Ginghams, Scotch do., Lancaster do-,Plaid' Embroideries, L ces, Gauntlets, Kid Glavcs, white and fancy, French worked Collars, Dimities, fjriey dress Gimps* Cord binding, and vel<JeTRib bon &c, &c, in short, he Jus all the novelties of %he season, ¦ . ' . •-• . PALL & WIMTIR SHAWLS,

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

'Continental Hotel, " WAYNK6BORO', PA. ri^JIE undersigned having Jeccntly taken the a-P bove iiapicd House, formerly known >as the "It lobe Inn," takes plcature in announcing to his friends and the public that he is prepared to receive and entertain (iuesls in a style not to be excelled by any country Hotel. The House having bcuu thoroughly repaired and newly furnished with every thing calculated to make hjs guests cornibrtablc —the public muy jpst assured that tl»cy will at all times find it in a condition suited to thu conrlbrt and convenience of the traveler. His Bay u always supplied with the choicest Liquors, and his Table with tlio best the markets alToni, and all other appliances suitable and necessary tor the accommodation of man or beast. " With faithful and obliging servants and his own personal attention and supervision, he will leave no means uuspared to inent public patronage. The proprietor'assures those trao-rna; favor him with their palrouujo ¦ that th...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

MTlETtf FIIJTORY AND , SXS a ££a Qa ^3 3 . ' nHE subscriber, thankful for past patronage, still ij solicits the same; anil in addition to munulactunug uil kinds of wurk?d . Matexial for Building Purposes, such as SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS^ FLOORING, WINDOW FRAMES, DOOR FRAMES. FACING, MOULDINGS, <Jcc., &c I. am preparei] toMjjrriish all kind* of ouk timbe fordiH'ereut purposesirTGudJing, such as - JO1CE. RAFTERS. LATH. STUDDING, PAIL INGS, SCANTLING, BOARDS, &c, All of which will be sawed to .order, at short notice and upon reasonable terra*. > - Abo, sawing, by mill and circular saws, of every, description douct Framing, Surfiicivg, Matching, Flooring, &c, &c.. For'lurlher particulars apply .U> lliu »uliscribef, at "Factory two miles southeast ' of W«yiu»boni. " U. F. UOUDC Jan.17, JMOI

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

¦se UODTS AND SHOES, CED.VK WARE, csaaaaxasaaisaaiaaa . Of the'very best in market nnij quality: such as Syrups, New Orleans and Porto Kico Molasses, a Wo. 1 Brown Sugar, colll-o crushed and granulated, do; liCHt artio'.u of ' ¦ Kio C.illi-o, imperial Tea, Huininell'sJjeft Essconca of Colfco. tfaker JNo. I Cliocolatt) ! Raisins, f. Curlmrct of J>on, I'obacco, Rice, <Scc, ific _ All ilio above goo.ls Jiuvo been aeloctod carefully, and.purchased at thu very lowest liguro with an Tjye to suit tho wants of this community.. Ho ic therefore enabled to accommodate, all who mnyrfavor him wilh a call, in quantity, quality, stylo and. price. J\» trouble to show goods.-Country Produce takin in exchange for goods at the- highest market pric . es. By strict attention to 1 Imniness and a desire to please in .every respeot bo hopes to merit a continuance of patronage. u <^ H - J> W. MILLER.

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

PRIVATE SALE THE undersigned will sell at . private sale bis small farm, situated in Quincy Township, on road lending from Waynesboru' to (juincy, about three miles from the former and one from the latte r place, and within a few hundred yards of Snow Hill Mill. The improvements are' a new two story BRICK HOUSE, With FRAME BACK BUILDING and Bake Oven-altachod, a n ES<s>s&y £53sisaI2e/I23siapS£ with Wagon Shed and Corn (/rib complete under one roof; also a new hog-pen. These buildings have all been erected within the last two yearn.— The . tract contains FIFTEEN ACRES, ~~ more or less, six acres of which is meadow ground with a fine stream of water passing through its entire length. There is also planted a large number of choice young fruit tiees, a number of grape vintB, The. above is a very desirable property, and any person wishing to jiurcliase a small farm, will do well to give him a call as his terms aro moderate. l)«<-fi—2m. C5EO. STOLEH. ...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

Oci25. , THOS. BKINGMAN. JJX7" HEREAS, Lcltirs of Administration on the V\ Estate ol John Gilbert, Sen., late of the Borough of Waynesboro', deceased, have been granted to the subscriber; all persons indebted to the said Es tntc, nrc requested to. make immediate payment ^ those htiving.Tclaims-»r-uVma!Hl9—aRamst-tlie—Estate of said decedent, will rn&ke known tlio sninc, without delay, to DAVID UILBBItr.Adm'r, • JnnlO—Cw Near Leitervburg, Md. Sd^The Administrator will mrct .creditors on Saturday afternoon, of each week .J in Waynesboro'; 5O0O Rails for Sale. rt^HE suliicribnr has now- on hrtnd 6000 good X CHESTNUT RAILS which he will dispose o! on .reasonable terinx. Also—one good HI) AD WAUON. L. S. FORNEY, Jnn3—tf " F O R " R. E N T7 ~ ri^HE Cabint'l Maker Shop now occupied by Ja-J_ cob lli'iidur. This is an old established >.taiid ivnd lavornbly located tor a good workman. Apply to . E. S.TROXEL. ¦ Jan3—tf.

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

MTICIPATID... 8ATTLB VIpffllLST wars and rumors of wars are rife \y throughout our once hnppy Innd, when co lumns of armed men are seen on all sides, marc.hing f'lrward-in-dcfenceof thpjr " saercdrights,"' and nil are eager for the expected contest, each raanx-nt carries Us nearer the frighful drama, that will soon bo enacted. Yet while ail this convulsion is in progress, . other scenes are continually transpiring to excite the minds of tho people, and lately this .community has been greatly astoundod by tho tcemeudoujrush of people to JOSIXH S T O BESOKE R B ! 'S" to anccrtain the cause of this excitement, which proves to be the. LARGE STOCIC OF ¦ - ¦ ¦

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

IMPORTANT HTTlie PatroiiR and (Yirnrls, anil ttte public generally, of - J. A. F I SHE R ARE again reminded o) his resent tour to tlio Eastern Cities, and of the reception ot his fine _ stock of Cloths, Cassimcrcs and Vcstinss. All of the MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. H is stock of FRENCH CLOTHS and CASHMERES he calls .particular attention to ' , ns .the best in town. Also, one of ihe. bc»t assortments of FuRMBittKG Goon* in town—nil re.idy fur their in-¦tpection and benefit, and kindly a«k ~ » a call from all. persons desirious of buying Gooda ii. his line, at ex-* tremely " ^ In the NEWLY FITTED ROOM, next door to Up dpgraftV, Hugeratown, Md. [Jan. 3, 1861-1

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

For Rent A CHANCE FOR A ||J,ACKSM1TH. FT1HE- nubsc ribcr will rent at Public Outcry, in front of the ' Continental Hotel," in Waynesboro', on SATunpAir, the 16th of FkbbuA^y next, his properly, situated about two miles siitrtkof Waynesboru'. iipid property contains about threoncres of land, with a Two-story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, a large STONE ' BLACKSMITH SHOP, and other necessary nut buildinps thereon. There is also on the land a thriving young orchard of choice fruit trees. Tljercai^pcrhaps no better country stand in the county for a .Blacksmith, tin; property being surrounded on all sides by a populous and wealth ' agricultural community. The above property will bo ottered for rent at 1 o-' cluck on said day when the terms will be made known by A BUM. BAUR. Jan 24—ts.

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

O 7ESI O YES| . O YES! |~>HE undersigned offers his service to ali persons I who want a cryer, Heady at all times to cry \iblic Sales, Venduea, Auctions, &c, at the most moderate terms, AIL orders left at the Office of (he tillage Record, will be promptly attended to./. , Janl7 UEO. V. MONG STKAY HEIFER. rjTRAYED from the premises ' ot the subscriber ^^livinir neat tieo. liesore'u Mill, sometime in ^eTa«^#*ii|lrfjy{lN[J>l ,E HEIKEK, with short »i*»>iu^le turneJ*%<^Uuipo«cd to be bctweeu and 3 yMri"Wu.,^^hueraT!rew^ rbi«^Wl(i . puia >r such informaUon1£nirill,4ead to her recovery?^ Jan.17—3w HB««y' t ttfiNNlULK., . WAGON FOK 8ALB. -, pHB subscriber has a good TWO HORSB I WAUON which he will dispose of on reasonu. terms novl&—til J«t IIOYBK.

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

DOMESTIC GOODS l\ffuslins, Sheeting, Shirting, " Tickings; Osnnburg, ^Bag ' ging, ^ ' BuvlapseT^ Toweling, Blankets, ^obes, O*r shoes, ' Shoes, v> Boots, JHats, ^ ^ * c - * We tender our thanks to all onr friends nnd customers for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to us and request a continuance of the so mo. AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO. Jan. 10; 1802.

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MEXICAN ROW! J BEA VER, in connection with his Variety s Store, has commenced the manufacturing of BOOTS and SHOES in all iu various branches.— Having employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he is prepared to produce the Guest, neatest and most durable work made anywhere. All arc invited to call. A large stock of Hate and Cops,ond Eastern manufactured Shoes.and Boots of the best make, on hand; Clucks, ' Trunks, Sceunr, Toba ceo, &.C., &c. You get thu very best KEROSENE there. A f«w fat Hog*,cre wanted. J. BEAVER. Dcc,6— i months.

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

NEW LBVERY THE subscriber rcspccttully onnounccs to his friends and the public generally that ho has openod a Livery stable iu Waynesboro, and is now prepared to accommodate thu public gunerully with MH» YiIli^iiii£ at the nh')rteot notice, da y uf mght.— Persons desirous ot hiring, cither for ruling or driving, would do well to give him a call. His stock has linen selected with (great caro as re gurdv gentleness and speedy traveling; and his buggies and carriages aro all in good condition* The abovo stock will be kept at the Stable of Dr. John Oullig. Persons- wishing to ttiro will please api>lv to the undersigned at Bowden ' s Hotel. 1108—Gw JOHN KICHAKDSON.

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

THIRD A3iaia \& <£±. 22a mum, bbhct & co ^ ' " have "'' . - ; :" - / JUST RECEIVED^ : TBK1B THIRD SBPPin FALL AND WINTER

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

1WANTED! 5OOO BUS. WHEAT! The old miller at his old Trade! fr>HE undersigned having associated themselves I in tfar Milling business, and having leased of Peter FahneBtock the old Royar mill property, one mile southeast of Waynesboro', are 4>ow prepared to purchase grain from their friends at the highest market price; and also to do all kinds of Grinding, including chopping corn and cob. We are also prepared to furnish 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, KCC6—tf JOSEPH.ELDEN.

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

PUBLIC SALE THE undersigned will sell at public Bale, neai tho Blue Rock School Houso, on Thuufday, the 2(lth of March next, a Tract of Land containing TEN ACI<ES,morc or less, adjoining lands o[ Solomon Huibiiugh and Valentine Uilbert, with a story and a half a good log STABLE, and Bake Oven, thereon. A stream of spring water passes thro' the land; there is also a good garden and a variety of choice Fruit trees on the premises. Sale to commence at ten o ' clock on said day when the terms will be mode known by JanlO LYDIAHAUGH.

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 24 January 1862

Oysters for 121-^ Cts. AT TUB icik mm iffliuT. ri^HE subscriber is now selling at his Restaurant JL on Mechanic's street. 24 OYSTERS for 12fr cents. He-has a Billiard Table for-the accommodation of those fond of lliat kind of amusement; nnd also a Ten Pin Alley, which is free to all who wish Iu roH. Oyster* furnished to families at 37$ cents per quart, which is one-fourth less ' than the usual pricu charged. Washabaitgh's and Ludwig'» Ale always on hand. JOSEPH FUNK. * December 12—tf.

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