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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
AMBERSON, MNEB1CT & €0. : " ,.. ,'- ' /...jiay.e: .,. , .: " . 7/ ' ¦'¦ _; JUST REGEtVEi) 1 • , ttusin THIRD SBPPLY PALL AND WINTER GO OS!! WE respectfully inform our customorannd all persons who Wish to purchase cheap' FALL ¦ And WINTEB, DRY COOPS that we have just returned frorji the eastern cities and ore now receiving a largo and well selected assortment of, dS* Qp-CS^SE* 613 * 8 .efjiU kinds ^p Sterns, vaxigtj^s and prices, which wo prontrse-fOsellas cheap, and on as fair terms, ns any other house in town or country, ajid we feel confident we can deal with all in such a manner as to give entire satisfaction The following comprise part of our Stock which is always on band. DRESS GOODS of all kinds for Fall nnd Wintcr . wear DcLaities, AIpacns, v - Mbrinoe, Coburga, " . ' * DeBrccs, ' " Luslrt's, PkiulB Silks, Collars, Sleeves, Prints, Hoops, Skirld. — . MEN'S Fall and Winter, Or O O T> S .
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
he has just received, and fta LOW PRICES lljpy.src sold nt* nevertheles.-< the great cry of ''Hish Prices" caused by the war, which is shown to be false by an examination to-the mngnificint stock of goods offering at the above cstubliahrjicnt. You t»ill find a varied assortment of all kinds of goods such as SH-KS. VAL0KR8, SCOTCH PLAIDS, " CASHMERES, LAVELLA CLOTHS, " MOTTLE D M1XT L R E9, S SOLFERIMO DELAINES, 'V REP. R0UBAIX, nnd s variety of other DRESS GOODS -ALSOSILK VELVETS, - t CASSIMBK8,rCLOTHS, nnd all kinds and styles of Gentlemen 's Wear, with a great lot of ull kinds of Uoods . usually kept in Wayncxboro'. The undersigned tenders his regards to htf numerous friends and patrons, and hopes a continuance of favors. ; Merchants throuteh this country can find goods at Eavterii wholesale prices by calling at Busurc'ii, thereby saving freight and other dt<t;idvantaijed. Persons det>irirg a nice Sharpu'a Ropeatur cau be accommodated by calling soon;...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
PUBLIC SALE FT1HE subscribers wjtl sell at Public Sale, at their ^¦f residence 2 j miles from Waynesboro', near the turnpike road leading to Gettysburg:, on . Hi'luy the 21s/ day oj February, n e xt , t bo following personal property, to wit: Four.gool WORK HORSES, two of which arc Brood Mares with foal, one a fine young mare four years old; . ' 6 Head Milch Cows, one of which will be fresh about the time of Mle, 2 yearling Calves, I Berkshire Sow and 7 fine Shoats; 2 PLANTATION WAGONS, 1 4 inch tire nearly new, Woo'l Ladders and Dung Boards, 1 Plow, 1 Harrow, 1 single anyTNdmible shovel Plow; 2 Hets Brccchbands, 2 jfcts Front Gears, nearly new, 3 scls Plow Gears.^l cojiars and 4 bridle*, nearly new; housens, spreaifjf, butt and breast chains, 1 log chain,-nit nearlyncw; 3 halters and chains.wcr>w chains; I wind milil forks nnd rakes, 1 Grindstone, 1 Dinner Bell, \ 1 SET BLACKSMITH TOOLS, TIMOTHY HAY BY THE TOX ; ; C O R N BY ( THE BA K K E h, and other articles not...
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
LOOK HERE!! HI. HI. STOAEIt, Druggist, WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL DEALER IN HIS LINE OF BCSIKSS9, WAYKESBORO', PA., Ha . snot only got back to . his "old business," but to the "old stand!" Having fitted up the £Q£^jjfe room now occupied neatly and having ^S^y returned from the city with a fresh sup- fffoflf ._ ply, whfrlt In* *" *» jii^t r l ""H v ' i 't)-M> "«' M - flMCJP ting ' of "~ " ~ 7" ' Fresh, foreign and Domestic Drags, A largo-nnd general assortment of Medicines, - Chemicals, Patent Medicine, Dye-stuns, Pry Paints and Paints ground in Oil, Oils expressed and distilled; Fruits green, preserved and dry, Confeciionaries, Liquors of all kinds for medicinal purposes, Books, stationary .fancy and mifdcllanoous articles, all of which he offers for sale. Thankful for luvom received and hopeful of their continuance,lie invites the public to call before purchasing elsewhere. Burner offers for sale a lot of beautiful shells.— Carbon-Oil which will suit for Kerosene Lamps war...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
PUBLIC SALE FT1HE subscriber will sell at puMic sale, at the J_ late residence of Samuel (ior.lon, ilcc'd, in Waynesboro, on Sattkdav the t&rn of Fkbb baby next ; Jjje following personal property, to wit: One Secretary, 1 corner Cupboard, 1 ljureau, 1 Twenty-four hour Clock, one Bedstead and . Bedding, 2 sets of Chairs, 1 RockingChaSr, I Table, 1 Stand, 1 Silver Watch, a lot of hand Irons, a largo lot of Books, a lot ol Queenoware, 1 balfbushel, a basfcot, a lot of Bags . a good Rifle. 1 TUKNING LATHE, A LOT OF TOOLS, • t - \ " such as Planes, Saws of different kinds, Drawing Knives, a large lot of Chisspty and Augers, 2 iron Vicrs, 2 Work Benches, 1 Adze, 1 hummers, 2 Axes, Mall and Wedges, I marble paint Stone, a lot screw cutters, large and and,small, 1 lot wooden Clams, l,crnss cut-Saw, 1 Grindstone, 2 Br»ces,onc for chair making, and a lurge lot of Bits, 1 small pocket Compass, n varnish and glue Kettle, a quantity of Varnish, and many other articles too numerou...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
HAIM)WAIiE , BO O T S AND SHOE S, " • ¦ CEDAR, WARE. Of the very b«st in market and quality: such as Syrups, New Orleans and Por-to Kico Molaiwrs, a. No. I Bfown Sugar, colfeo . crushad and gruuulntL-d do; best arliu'.a of Kio Cullee, ' Imperial Tea, ituiiiutrira-bot Es»conce of ilo&ca Baker Wo. 1 Chocolate, . liaisins . Carburet of Iron » , . Tobacco, Rics, &c ^ Ac. All tho.nbove gooJs have;* been refected carefully, aud^piircrm ri l -at-tlie ve^ lowest %Ure with un eyu to suit th« wants of this coramunity. He is therefore eiublej to- accoiumoJate all who may favor him with a call, in quintity, quality, stylo and price. l\u trouble to show gooilij. > Country Product! tnkin in exchange for goods at the highest market prices. B y strict attention t* busing and a desire tu please hj every respect ho hope* to lihyrit a dbutuiuajice of patronage. * ««• "' / • J.W.MILLEJl.
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
" WAYKEsUORU Continental WAYNESUOKO Hotel, '' ', PA. THE undersigned having recently taken thn alidve named House, formerly known fcas the "Ulobe Inn," takes ple.-uure in announcing u> Ilia friends and the pnblic that ho is prepurud to receive and entertain Guests in a style not to be excelled by any country, Hotel. The House having bejin thoroughly repaired and newly furnished with every thing calculated to makers guests comfortable —the public may rest assured that they will at all times find it in a conditiur/suited to the comfort and convenience of the traveler. His Bv is always supp lied with the choicest Liquors; and his Table with the best the market^affurd, and all other appliances suitable and neues&try for the accommodation of rmm_Gi-bt<"Mh—~i.Vith faithful and obliging surrants and his own personal attention and supervision, he will leave no means unspared to merit public patronag*. The proprietor qssurcs those who may favor him with their pa...
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Priutud Co!>m-», t/ushiftero.i, Mohair Al.ipacn, ^avella Cftih, » Debcges. Persian Dcianuu, Sjviiis Gingham. Ladies Wool Elualic Sliirts, B ' xleiiRiiin Skirls, Apron Tassels, and a fullawortinant' of Dress Trimmings, &c. * G-EZ^TLEIrlEN'S W3AR, French Clofli, — - Cassimers, Vcs tings; Satinet, > " . Tweed* Juans, . CJ-ird*. C Velveteen*, a Collar*, ' ' Giuvea, . Shirt Fronti-ALSO—A heavj lot of not necessary to mention. QUEBNSWARE.
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
PRIVATE SALE THE undersigned will sell, at private sa!e his small farm, situated in Quincy Township, on ruad lending from Waynesboro' to (juincy, abbut three miles froTi the former and one from the latter place, and within a few hundred yards ol Snow Hill Mill. The improvements are a new two story ' - BRZOK HOUSE, With FRAME BACK BUILDING and Bake Oven attached, a ' ^- . S?<3»n^ ££3&tt£ilis; SSsia^^ with Wagon Shed and Corn Crib complete under one roof; also a new hog-pen. These buildings have all been erected within the last two years.— The tract contains FIFTEEN ACRES, more or less, six acres of -which js meadow ground with a fine stream of water passing through its entiro length. There is also planted a large number of choice young fruit trees, a number of grape vines, &c. • * The above is a very desirable property, and any person wishing to purchasti a small farm, will do well to give him a call us his terms are moderate. Doc6—2m. . GJil). STOLEU. ...
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
AND S3££ 2 Es 52a ^Sf^2 Cp UE Buhscnber,'thankful for past patronage, still Ijf solicits the same; und in addition to manufacturing all kinds ' ol wurk«l . ¦- Material fox SuU^ing Farpoads, - such as '• " • • ' <s SASH, DOORS, SHUTfERS, \ " ULINDg , F1.OO1JI.VG, WINDOW FRAMES, DOOtT PRAMES, FACUXCi, MOULDINGS, <Sr,c..A.c. I oin prepared to I ' urnuli all kmd» of out-limbo lor dilTereut purposuain buiIJinf, such a» . JOlCE,HAFTb!IW, LATH. STUDYING, PAIL 1N0S, 8CANTLLNG, BOARDS, &c, A]} of which will bo savvenj to orderj at short notice aud upuu reasonable Icrujs. ¦ % Also, trnwinj,.by mill aud circular 11^1, of every defturiplion. ttt)U«;/Fiainihg, Su.tl ' aeiug, M.ttcbing, t'Juoriiijf, &c.,.&«. For lurt'ier oarliculunt ajiply to the bubftcrilwr, u( Factory two inilvx soiitueust-ui VVa " >«^ li,i;, i.. - . : 1KF.%KJOD. - J.fc. 17, ' jttal . -. . !' - " ¦ ' " ¦ V j 'Wi at itLillt.i 33 conk* ikw p"». cj at.i V .' : ; . : l*..T".-o»«v...
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
Aft MATED BAmil WHILST wars and 'rumors of wars are rife throughout our once happy land, when en lumns of nrmel men are seen on all sides, marching lorward in defence of their "sacred rights," and all are engor for the expected contest, each moment carries as nearer the frighfu) drama, that will soon bo enacted. Yet while nil this convulsion is in progress other scones aro continually transpiring to excite the minds of the people, nnd lately this com munity has teen greatly astounded by tiie-trejncndom rush of people to _-• * » ^ kjsiiUbesobes STORE! # to ascertain' the cause «f this cxoitc.meut, which provti to Le the LARGE STOCK OF
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
IMPORTANT S*The % ~P attonR ami fri(-n«ls, and llie publi? generally, of J. A. F I S HER ARE again reminded of lifsL , recent tour to the Eastern Cities, and of I he rseeption of hidTme stock of *¦ ' Clolhisi, Cassisnercs and Testings. All of " the MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. His stock ol FRENCH CLOTHS and CaWMEKHS he culls particular ntlentuwi to, as the best in town. Also, one of jhe l>p.»t ns.iortmcnts of Fl'tuiisuiNG Gnony in town—all ro«ly forth-:ir in-••pection and bmj fit, nnd kindly n»k» *\ cnll from all persons dtsiriouf of buying Guoils it. his line, at vxl ' timftely In the XEWLY FITTe!© ROOM, next door to i;|Hlegrairs',~Hugerstowii, Md. [Jan. 3, 1861.]
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
FIRST ¦ ' OF PILL MB TOM GOODS, TCT-A VINO just returned from tfco Eastern, citie* _fj^ yrith anotherg Lot of ne w anj -glegant styJi« Ladies' : ! DRESS COO!>3, Bnsurpsseed * for Beauty;, Stylo umf QwhHly asJ at _ ¦• PANIC PRJC ' Ea * FOR ' -TAB S.ABIB3, ' . Wool Delaines Uf/uA-etnOf ¦ >- " * LiB»uichJW<ftinoSi : — =—
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
NOTICE. WHEREA S, Letters of Administration on the Ettalo of David Stoncr, lute of tho BorougS of Wayricaboro', deceased, have bean granted to the subscriber; ult t»eHons indebted tj »aid listuto, uro rt(jueitcil to make immediate payment, and tliaso having claim* or iluuiaiidti against tho Estate ol' said duevdeut, will maku known the same, without drlsy.to ' . :. JOHN .WALTER, Nov29—6w ' /Administrator. NOmCE. , YTTHEREAS, Loiters of Administration on Ihe \y Estate oi Sumuel Uonlon, lat» of VV'iiyi:usboio', ik'ci|i«;tl, huvo been grunted to the sutocri' Ijcr ^ ll p<!»oni inivbtol lo tlie said Edtatu, are re«. ¦ <juujUe.il lv> nviku intincdiiite p;>ymeut, and those iikiriug 'clniutu or d«inuiiil< ag;nn«t tlie EaUte ^ t saip UweJcut, wilUnakti kuowu the mum, with->ut_ Muinylo JAMliS H.'UpRUOJi,Adm'r., Juual—Cw-* ¦ oflhi; Uuroli^h of WajmaOwfo'. .
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
i CLANER and BAGGER, with the'lateat Improved Iron Tripple Gear Horse Power, and-all complete on . . Four Wheels. . 1 IttANNV REAFER. 1 Wheel Rake, Grain Prill, 1 apt 3IxA ' gKSMITH TOOLS, Wheat Fan, Horse < fears, PiougJi Gears, Fly Nets, Hdu,s * eris ond'Hallers, Cow Chains, 2 Barshcar Plows,4 Shovel Ploughs, 1 Corn Coverer, 2 Harrows, 1 Fifth Chain and Spreaders, Trebble, Double and Single jrees, Butt and Breast Chains, together with manjp articles in generalise upon a farm not necessary to mention. Abo, about 40 acres GRAIiV I\ THE «RO\D, AND 200 BARRELS OF COR*! ts^Sale to commence at 9 o'clock on said day, when a credit of 6 months will be given oh all sums of $5 and upwards, the purchaser giving note with approved security; all sums under $-> cash. JJAVIl) M.DETRHJH. . Jan 22V— ts ' . Richard Shecklcs, Auct.
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
and ftrirfcfr : <)di. at IMal59 ctsfper iusheli Ordinary lo.faW red at 125al33 eta., and good iVjlncUj' prime do. al 133a 137 cl*. per bushel..^orn * ,»» in very. -limi t ed ;t*- quest; and no sales of any importance were reported. We now^uov* good to . pritae v/hite at 64a60 ctr.i and yellow ditto at 58 a 8 0 cii., p e r . btiihet. Oats were in good demand; -. lye novice n\H of 3.800 bushels food Virgini* ai 41 cis.i and 700 bushels |ood to prime Maryland at 4Qa42 eta. Pennsylvania we quote at 42a44 els. per bushe|, but of . this description there were none at market. Of Bye sale* of 300bushels Pennsylvania at Tf. cts;, and 200 do. Mary rand at 72 cH. per bushel. SEEDS—Sales 'were reported «f 300 bushels Cloverse ' ed at 84 37ia4.62i per bushel , and advance of I'H cis. per bushel; Timothy at $2a2 25. '
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
ine VISE one FINK FAMILY HORSE, 2 Fine Milch Cows; 3 setts Single Harness, 1 Riding Saddlo, 2 Riding Uridle&j 6 haltcn ,^ 3 ily-nots, «1 HUGGY, 1 SPRLNG WAGON, 1 Good Sleigh, 1 Buffalo Robe, 1 barrel Ouppc* Kettle, 1 template Stove, 1 liuruau, 1 Wardrobe, 1 I eight-day Clock; a lot of LUMBER, such aa hoards ami lath:.; a email lot Cypress and Chestnut Shingles, about 800 Chestnut Kails, 400 BUSHELS CORN, 400 BUSHELS OATS, 30 BUSHELS OF RYE; ^ a lot Bags, a lot of BACON nnd LARD, about 40 kumll-'s of liye Straw, 2 bushels Clovoraectl. Also the shelves % and drawers iu the store room.; _a-aiq&S I IM XU1I4-YL-HA-Y.
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
For Rent A CHANCE FOR A ULACRSA11TH. THE subscriber will rent at Public Outcry, in Iront oftho' Cnntinentnl Hotel," in Waynesburo', on SJtovupAy, the ISth of FEBHVMtv next, hiB property, situated about two iniles south of Wavnecboro'. . §aid projierty contains about three acres of land, with a Two-story LOG DWELLLNGHOUSE, a large STONE BLACKSMITH SHOP, and other necessary uut buildings thereon. There is also on this land a thriving young orchard of choice fruit trees. There is perhaps no better country stand in the county for a Blacksmith, the property being surrounded on nil sides by a populous ami wealth agricultural, community. The above property will he olforcd for rent at 1 ocloc-U on said day when the terms will be mads known by ABRAI.J3AUR. Jan 21—ts.
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
NEW LIVERY, THE sttjiscriher respectfully announces to his friemlsand the public generally thai he has ol£ nn| ^ n liivrry Ptuhln in Wnyn" * -1 n - -, ini'l i-i ii-vv irepartfd to accommodate the public generally with fffigv^ fltluiilii fil VllllliJiy, ^^^^ ' l^^^^ at the shortost notice, day or night.— MDBflSMWl'crdons desirous ot hiring, either foi riding or driving, would do well to give him a call. His stuck has beco selected wilh.^greut care aa re gard? gentleness and speedy traveling; and his buggies and carriages are all in good condition-The -above stock will bo kept at the Stable of Dr. John Oellig. Persons wishing to nire will please apply to the undersigned at Bowden's Hotel. no8—6w JOHN K1UHAUDSON.
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 31 January 1862
IMPORTANT NEWS PROM MEXICAN RCWM J BEA VER, in eonnection with his Variety 9 Stoqr, has commonccJ t|ie trianufacturing nf LSI >UTS and SHOES in all its various branches.-*- Having empluyeil Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, he is prepared to produce the finest, neatest and mott durable work made anywhere., All are invited to cull. A largp stock of Hnts nnd Cnps. and Eastern manufactured Shoes Slid Boots of the best make, on hatad; (ilocks, Trunks, Sei^nrs, -'I'obat'co, &c.,'&c. You get tliu very best KICKOSENE there. A few fat Hogs are wanted; ' J. UEAVlilt. Dcc,6— 1 muntbs.