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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
wbv uv^v. ri^HE subjeriher jesfecUuUy announce^; to .his '' 1 frieriils «nil the puplie genctu . lly, thai, he li.ift.v ' peneil a Livery tsti\bla!'iii. WSyneiboro , ' ond ift liow |ir.'j).in;U to accginmoUato Ibu j)ub.ic,geTifrall> nitlr-Mat the shurtcat notice, day or nijlit.-— f. !Vr.«ons diairous ot hiring, rfthi-r joi i niliiiir inr dnvinlf. would do we ' ll lo give him a c*ll. j ilU (.vock. nun. Itttfn-»<;lectR«l with, great csre.su rv-i K «r«lif-!;«ntl<'ii».»4-«iudv»pB«ly:truvolmgraiirf"b.Js-bug^ i Ui-ttl '• JOSIAH BEFORE. NOTICE. \\^HEKKAS , 1.,-tteMof Administration on the - f f • Eatat^qf U;ivid Mtoner, late of ih'i IJorom' ot VVoyiiL-nii.iro', d<«aaM!il, have been granted to the autiM-nfcer; all px-ttwu) ui.l.bte.l t> saiit EsU(u,'arc rvi}Uo*leiJ to nuke nimu-dute payment, and tboso Imvinu e laini» ar iloiuands agniu.it ilie Estate ol said ikceiltnt, will iua\b kuuwu tu.« s.iro»', without drLiy. 'to ' ;,, " , JOHN WALTER, " -^M-V...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
A CARD.—Kind friends and patrons, you have my warmest thanks for your very liberal oncouraginent. Having discontinued the manufacturing of uhoes &-C, 011 my own account, and engaged myselfiwith J. Beaver, at,thu Vuriity Store, I bespeak fur . him the continuance of your patronage.— "Do come and see us at our. new placn. \ Dec6 _ / • J. COOPER. Heady-Mad^Clpthingfl ^ FOR FALL AND WINTER! FRESH SUPPLYS ^ECElVEP MONTHLY ! A S.ADAMS would.rrspectfilly inform his J\ s patronn ami lite public generally that he has retuencdirom the. Eastern, cities ' with a genera I assortment of lU-aily-MaJe FALL AND . WINTER CLOTHINff,..__ omliracing nil tho latest sty tei of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collar*, Nectics, SUBponders, etc, etc., all ot whtcbarfrwi'll ' innilei. " The . ' .public, aro .cordially .in-\iicd to call and examine his goods, us ho ii Utterteruiined to sell at short pri)fiUf. Ho will cominua to carry '; oft' the l<usincsi< of Tail^rin^as.'hcri-ioforo. ...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
country or in Europe. It costs only 50 cents a year. We advise all our agricul tutat and-horticultural friends to subscribe for the new volume at once. Send the 50 cents in stamps to the publisher, Joseph Harris, Rochester, N. Y., or get one of your neighbors to take it with you and send a dollar bill. Subscription received at this office. S"Wni. Van Dvke, whose parents reside rn Mercersburg, Franklin County* who was wounded at the battle of Drainsville, has since died «t his wounds. His body has been sent home to his friends. Eucouraglng.—A number of ladies caovased the Borough yesterday, soliciting contributions to the fund of the Relief Association, and we are gratified to learn thai they have met with liberal encouragement.
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
VALUABLE FARM TH E undf rfignrd o&ert at Private Sale her farm, Biluitb I abi.ul 0110 mile from Brown's Mill, |n Antrim, tuwiiHlii|i, mljolning lands of John Grove, and Hcary Omwuke, containing lia AOUES^mor.e or less, of LIMESTONE LAND, bb ' dut lbo-acres of which iaVclear anil in a good state of cultivation, the. balonca well set with TIMBER. The improvements are, a two atoned. BRIOK BOUSE, BANK STONE BARN. withjyAGbWSHED and Cord Crib attached-There is also a fine) ORCHARD on the farm, with d stream of Water running through, the farm, ami a well of never-falling water ' near the'dwellHig. 'Any person wishing to view ¦ the premises' will please call on Mr. Monn residirtg on the farm. For terms &c;, apply to the undersigned, maiding near the Marsh Store. SUSAN FUNK ¦ DeclS^-4w I ¦
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
PRIVATE SALE rriHE undersigned will sell at private sola his J small (arm, situated in Qu incy Township, on roud leading from Waynesboro' to fcjuincy, about three miles froti the former and one from the latU.i place, and within a few hundred yards o( Snow Hill Mill. The improvements are a new two story BRICK HOUSE, With FRAME BACK BUILDING and Bake Oven attached, a _ ¦ g^rjf »«rfrp» ^T^fgigp-yiTf^ JjOaaOPEQ. with Wagon Shed and Com Crib complete under ope.roof; also a new hog-pen. These buildings have all been erected within the last .two years.— 'J'he tract contains FIFTEEN ACRES, more or less, sis acres of which is meadow ground with a fine stream of water passing through it» entire length. There is also planted a Urge number of choice young fruit trees, a number of grape vines, &c. The above is a very dcsirablo property, and any person wishing to purchase a small farm, will io well' to give him a call as his terms are moderate. Dec6—2m. . GEO. STOLtiK,
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
A»A1D_BATTI1 WHILST wars and rumors of wars are rifn throughout our- once happy l°n<V when co lumns of or mo-I nfen are sren on all sides, marcbing forward in defence of their-"uacred rights," and all ore eager for tho expected contest, eneh moment carries us nearer the frighful drama, that will sonn be enacted. Yrt while nil this convulsion in in progress, other scene* aro continually transpiring to cxtitc thi> minds o f the |ieoj,lej^niLlat!jy_lhi9-eoin irra0itjr~h<rs~l)ecn grantly astounded by tho treincnd»u» rush of prople to J0SI1H BESOBE'S STORE! to a»ccrt:iin the came of this excitement, which priivos to be the LARGE STOCK OF
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
"Continental Hotel," WAYNESSBORO', PA. t T' ¦ .! ,' * ¦ ' "I^HE undfr^gnfcdhaying jeecjitly taken the a-I bovc named House, formerly known as the '¦(.¦lobe Inn." takes jiloaiuro. in announcing to his friends and tho pnblic that Ho is prepuml to receive and entertain Guests in u style nut to be excelled by. any country Hotel. ' The ' House having been thoroughly repaired and newly furnished with every thing calculated to make his guests c^tortablo —thii public muy rust assured thut they will at all timts find ifin a condjitiou suited to the coiufort and ^convenience of the traveler. His Ua.- U ulwiiys naypliccjjiwitfi the choicest Liquors, and hi* Table. With the best the markets ailbrd, arid nil other applkncen suitable and necessary . for the accounnoilation of imuV beast. With lailuful and obliging " servants and his own pursouaL utl<jiiliou and supervision, he will leave uo uieuiH uuopared . to .merit public patronage. . . .- v' " -'- ¦ ¦ - J ¦; ! •' -' '- ' • ¦ » Th...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
IMPORTANT ^*The Patrons and friends, and the public generally, of J. A. FISHER ARE again reminded of his recent tour to the EuBtern Cities, and of-the reception of hid fine stock of Cloths, CassiBiiew^s and 5^est>L ings. All of the MOST FASHION ABLE STYLES. His stock of FRENCH CLOTHS and CAS^IMEHES he. colls particular attention to, as the lirst in town. Also, one of the beat assortments of Fi-jt.NisHitiO Goods in town—all ready for their inspection and benefit, and kindly nsks n coll from all persons desirious of buying Goods in his line, at extreraely Qa(3>NSN7 O^QPfLcSK^SSQ In the NEWLY FITTED nOOM, next door to L'iidegraf&', Hugerstown, Md. f.lan. 3, 1861.]
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
A HEAVY LOT OF DOMESTIC GOODS Muslina, Sheeting, Shirting, ' . 'J'ickings, ¦ Osnaburg, Bagging, . liurlupse, Toyveiing, — y Blankets, Robos, Over shoe*, . Shoes, • • Boots, Huts, . . &<i y Vi'e tender our thanks to all our friends and customers for the liberal patronage heretofore extruded to us and request a continuance of the sanioi - < AiMllEUSON, BENEDICT & CO. Nov. 88, 1861.
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
CMFilli & UI CiOlS! Carpet, English Ingrains, (ill wool,) Hemp and Rag Carpeting, from 2ft cents ti> .'jit.Ot) pnr yanl.-~'- Floor Oil Cloths 2-4, 4-1, 6 4 aril 8-4 wide., all ot ' tho newest designs; wmch .lie olJV-ra dt jjre.it iurgains. MATS AND RUGS , Woo!, Coco, Plain and Funde.l Murdered, in greats, varisty. ' , GROCERIES AND 0.UEEK3WARK! His slock in full and oniplcto, an,I cvill compare f,Vi>Mlily with any in Wnyurehuru' , both lit piien and quality. Ho retur ik U;s lluinks to liis fticii'l-i, nnd by fair dcajingjind Ntricl attention to liusiiiDHd ho hcipuB lo merit a conth'iuni'R of ttte simi>. Oclll JOSEPH PKKJR.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
3PVie Gtnqet/iti]F(ihn*r. ~' f^Jl»lpii*Ty n\itabitpfiie^f&imei»' fctfn I*aJ)er" ia received.' . ,: It contf ina seventy articles on agricultural and horticultural matters with eight illustrations, bottles a well .filled Editor's Table,Ladies ' peparlment,; Ah»Trers ia Itiqnities, etc, , No one interested in the culture o( the arfH—-in cily or country —can fail to receive the full cobI 6f a yearly aubscription rroni this single, number.— TW Gennet ' see Parnrerjte-Hh ' e dfra$eat'agriebllWal 5 joiiriial & thietowfWi arid'with one exception Is said to have double tbe circulation of %ny similar paper ill this
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
2 4 Oysters for 121-2 Cls. AT THR ¦US' SB BfliiT. ri^HE subscriber is now selling at his Restaurant J_ on Mechanic's street, 24 OYSTERS for 12J cent*. He has a Billiard Table for the accommodation of those fond of that kind of amusement; and also a Ten Pin Allry/which is free to all who wish to 10II. Oysters furnUhed to families at 37$ cents per quart, which » one-fourth less than the usiral price-ehnrgedi WBBhHbTnrg1l *s and iTudwig's ATe always on hand. " JOSEPH FUNK. December 13—If.
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
IMPORTANT MEWS FROM littBXXCAir ROW! J BE AVER, in connection with his Variety # Htore, hue commence.I the manufacturing of BOOTS and SHOES in all itn various branches.— Having employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, ho is prepared to produce the lineal, neatest and most duruble work . mado. anywhere. t . . . A-ll aro invited to call. . - • • • ¦ ¦ A large stuck of Hats and Caps.nnd Eastern manufactured SSIiqcs nnd Boots of thf best mnko, on hiind;,Clocks, Trunks, Secnrs, Tolmrco, &c, &c. Ypuget thu very.best.KGUOSKNU thuru. A few fatiHogs aro wanted. J. BEA'VElK. .Dcc,6—J months. . . \
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
. t .;•;. ;:wo$xa& y' : ' :.x ::: ,..;¦ WHEitE. XS, iit-ite r^ TlSuii ' ie ' ntJiry to tii» E' «»t«Suf ^BiiVbara^.-Tro*ei, ' Itt'te rfr ' tliu Of rough-o|iJ/V.ayni"»buri),ilecirased. havcbuett.graUteti to tlio »u!iscriber; all person* indt-'bti'd, ti> iIil-sak E»ti>t«. ar«ftfi}we»t<iJ,iijk ;iiiako iwnHmialc pnymi/^i, ^il:: ai6T^hTtfM87^laiiM«7S>r , .d«iiMiuk!«. aKiiijnnGe E*tat«.ut ' suii) <ttOBO«m, t*lU >iiiiJi«yj\»)MW(ii;j.b«( tutiuii without del jy to ' ,,;,- ¦ .,; , , ij. c(, ^inJAKI,,,.». . d)o«ifi-r-. 6wt i ~ .. i.x«Hl..r. • ( "SaMI'HE.NE and liuruiiia^uiii alRujv 011 ¦ /h«uMf,!it.. - ' -i.AuB, , ' . '- .. :,.,„ :. ¦ i. KmWn . t<tTllV>N cmi be had ut • ¦- ¦ -: S / . m-v 3!)» >. , . , .,.-, " ' .- •¦ Hiricuri' i
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
The old IVlillcr at his old Trade! rriHE . undprtigned having associated themselves I in thr Milling bnsiness, and having leased of Peter Fahnestock the old Royor mill property, one mile southeast of VVaynesboro', are now prepared to purchase grain from their friend* at tbe highest market price} and also lo do all kinds of Grinding, including chopping corn and cob. We are also prepared io furnish at the lowest market prices, all kinds ' of Mill 8turf; also Plaster by the ton or bush, Our old 1 friends wilf please call and see us. JOHN WALTER, Dec6—tf JOSEPH ELDEN.
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
OF ~ AMBERSON, BENEDICT & CO. Corrected Weekly. ' WAYXESBORO t, Jan. 3 .862. Butter - - • - ¦ 15 8oa.p • - - - 4 to 6 Lard - - - 7 Tallow • - - 8 IHoom (hams) 10 Washed Wool • - 30 do. sides 7 Unwaskbd Wool 20 Do. shoulder 7 Pared Fraciiiw 00 Eugs ------ 10 Duisd Appls ' s • ' • 00
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
BACK A3AtN GB. PRICE informs hi» customer * and thr ^ pO. Ho g uera .y luui ue Uu« removed Jbia tiaruvrohu, 10 ' ...o Umstuu'fit ul'Mr. KunzV iiutjjl, f«rir:vrly " oit:k t <>il by him aa a.- Umber 4>bop. w!lcrc hu Will £-hivv . Cut, iiniT^R*. Hair aa herctotiiro. liv>c i.AH " a caii; ' * " ¦ ISuv. 'H—lL