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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
FLOUR, FEED, *AND PROVISION STORE! C s TCHE tulvcribera would inform the citizens of l| Wajncsbcro*, that they have opened'a Flour, Fei-d and Provh-ion Store in the room formerly occupied by Joseph Price, oiposite the residence ol| John Bell, where they will at all times have for sale 1ft EflllAl iHIElT II, HOMINY., MILL STUFF OF ALL KrNDS, SCKEBNlNfiS, - CORN, SHELLBD AND IN THE EAR, OATS, POTATOES, BACON AND LARD, VJWEGAR; Also, Rre, Wheat and Barley by the bushel or in smaller quantities, and other articles usually kept in such rstablishmrms. All Flour and MiirStuff will lie soli! at Mi Li. Pkicbs r<m Cjvsn. ( The hiuhett cosh priors pniil for whrnit, rye com alid oats. DAiMBL fMVEiA' , F..|,i4-tt WM.H. FIjKK.
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
AMWATli BATTli —»-o——W.HILST wars nnd> rumors of wars oro rife throughout our once happy lanj, when columns of armel men are seen on all sides, marching forward in defence of Iheir "snered rights," and all are eager for the ex]iected contest, each, nvjrrient carries Us nearer Ihefrighlul drama, that will noon be euuctfdi "Yet wlulo nil this convulsion is in progress other scenes are continually transpiring to excite the minds of the people, und lately this community has leen greatly astounded by the ircracndouj rush of people., to JOSIAH BESORE'S STOR J3! to ascertain the cause of this excitnmeut, which p rovia to be the LARGE STOCK OP
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
mmm a&ii iTS HE unJerfisno.l will cell at public Bile at his i( hi * ntiilence, 1% miles northonst of Wayneaborn', on Ti k day thu 25lh of FumiuAitv, iSG-4, the following property, to wit: ' 2 HORSES, 14 HEAD OF CATTLE, 4 FAT STEERS; 15 HEAD OF HOGS; 2 onc-horKc wagons, Plows, Harrows, Horse Gears, log and filth-chain, sprea<lcr><, double and iiinglc tn-cs I Koller, i Hainl (^arl, 1 Grind St'One ^ I liolling Screen; I set of BLACKSMITH l TOOLS. COKX, OATS and Potatoes by the bushel; Hny by the ton ^ and in-iiiy oilu r articles not nccessury to mention. Salt! to commence at 10 o ' clock, on aaitl day, when a rconnabln credit will be given. Fcb.7-tM. JOHNGEHR.
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
For Rent A CHANCE FOR A BLACKSMITH. I^H . E subsc riber will rrnt at Public Outcry, in front of the ' Continental Hotel," in Waywubi>ro', on Satl-iiday, the 15th of Fkhkuahv next, his properly, situated about two miles south of Wnjnet-boro'. Said property contains about three acres,of land, wilh a 1 wo- ' htory LOG DWELLING HOUSE, a large STO.VE BLACKSMITH SHOP, and other, necessary out buildings thereon. There, j is al uo^H^the land a thriving young orchard of! choice Truit trees. There is perhaps no better country stand in the county for a Blacksmith, the p rop- • erty being surrounded on all side* by a populous and wealth agricultural community. The ab«ve property will he. ottered for rent at 1 oclock on said day when the terms will be made ; known hy ABRM. BAKU. I • Jan 2t—ts. • " i
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
DOMESTIC GOODS: Muslins, 8beeling, Shirting, Tickingn, Osnaburgr Hugging, UuHapsc, Toweling, Blankets, ¦ ¦ ' Robt«; : Over shoes, ShoOH, Bools, Hats, &e., We trnder our thanks to all our friends and customers for the liberal patrOnago heretofore extended to us and request a continuance of the same. AMUEKSON, BENEDICT & CO Jan. 10. I86S.
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
GOOD! he has just received, and the LOW PRICES they are sold at 1 nevertheless tho great cry of "High Prices" cuuxed by the war, which i« shown to be false by an examination to the magnificent stock of goods offering at tho above-entnblishnv. 'ut. You will mul a varioil aasoitintnl of all kinds of goods such ns „ SILKS, VALOURS,- , SCOTCH PLAIDS, CASHMERES, LAVELLA CLOTHS. JS mm ma . ai illiiuilVfi slllbl I FALL AND UlNTltft fiOODS t ' *T
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
PUBLIC SALE WILL bo sold at public sale, on S/tcbday the 8ttlDAY>jp MAlien, next, at 1 o'clock on Raid day, the following Real Entile, situated on Mnin Street in WayiwBboro', houmlcil by lots of Peter Benedict, Win. H. Miller and others, to wit: I LOT of GROUND, containing thereon a TWOSTOUY bTOA'B DWELLING HOUSE, with a BACK-BUILDING attacked; also—a Two Story —^ . BRICK DWELLING HOUSE. together wtlh a BARN, Carriage House, and all other necessary'buildings thereon erected Conditions will be nmdo known on i'uy of (ftlo by • WILLIAM HAMMET1', Frb7 Execuior of David Huminell. Ucc'd
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
PUBLIC SALE THE undersigned will sell at public sale, near the Blue Rock School House, on Thuio-day, the I t.t of March next, a Tract of Land containing TEN ACifES, more or less, adjoining lands of Soljunun_Haibiiugh, George Null and heirs of Gabriel I Baer, with a storyaud a half a good log STABLE, and Buko <<Jven, thereon. A stream of xpring \yater passes thro' the Ian ' ; there is ! nlxo a gond garilen and a .variety of choice Fruit trees on the premises. The land will be add in lots ¦ i I altogether to suit purchasers Sale to commence, ut ten o ' clock on said day when the terms will be m ide known ' I P. S. If the auovo property is not sold on said day it will then be offered for Rent. _ .lanlO - LYDIAHAUGH.
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
imPORTANT NEWS FROM SIEXXCANROW! J BEA VER, in cunnertion with his Variety a Storr, has commence I flic manufacturing of BOOTS and SIIOEfJ in all it* various branches—Having employed Jcreininh Cooper an foreman, he is prepared to produce the fineal, neutcstaud most durable "Work made anywhere. All arc invited to call. A large stock of Huts ' nml Onps.nml Eastern manufactured Shoex and Boots of the bust make, on hnntt; Clockn, Trunks, Soeiirn, Tobacco, &c., &c. You get thu very beat KEROSENE them. A few fat Hogs arc wanted. J. BEAVER. Dcc,fi— i mouths.
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
NEW L VERY rTIHE subscriber respectfully announces to his | J_ IricmlH and the pulilic generally thai he has opencil a Livery St.ibie iu VVuy nc»boro, and is now ! prepared to accommodate the public generally with fa^ fliBSES H^IClES.^ss *^^^fj at the nh»rteist notice, day or night.— ; ¦KBUaPerwrit desirous ot hiring, either foi > rilling or driving, would do well, to give him a call. His ttuck has been selected with great care as ret gnriln gentlcniiis uml epredy traveling; anil his bug-I gie» and carriages aw all in gooii condition* ! The nbuve stock will be kept nt the Stable of Dr. j John Oellijr. Pernomt wishing to niro will plcuse I apply to tbc uniivitigned-at Bcwdcn' s Hotel. I—,M^i—&w JOttN-UKMJARDSON—
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Carpet, English Injraiiis, X"tIl wool,) Hump ami U-ig Carpeting, from 25 ceutu t<> • ¦jil.00 per yarJ-5—Floor Oil Clotlw 2-4, 4-4, 6 1 " an-l 8-4 wide, al/of thu newest designs, which ho offers at great >o.irguius. ^y. MATS AND RUGS , Wool, Uoeo, Plain auj FUucie.i Bordered, in. great variuty. ^ GROCERIES AND QUEEXSWARE ! His stock is full Linu complete, an I willco^iptrs favorably with any in Waynesburo', hotli in prico and quality. xHo retur ia his thanks to his friend-!, and by fair dealing and strict attention to business he hopes lo merit u continuance of llie s line. Octll . JOSEPH P1MCE.
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
PtiU aad Winter, O O O I> S , Casulmcrs, Cassinett*, troths, Velvet, 8:ilin, Vest in j, Cord, Fustian, Cravat*, ' Collars, Hreasts, Hdk'fo, Muse. ' A-H B A VV—LOT—O E^
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
- ; NOTICE; ^ 1TTHEREAS, Lctteriiif Administratlnn on the f y En tutu of Samuel Uortbm, lata ol yV'uynenboro * , deceunsd, btivo . been granted tj the ' subscriber ull jton>oi» indcbtoil'lu the imM E^taUi, ure roy ^ ui'steil to in.rko iin.neiliuto 'payiuent, ami th#a imviiig claims or tfcniinds'liij^mrt'-Tlie. . ijjtato uf euip decmlent, will nuki!-1(Sl6wll\UlV*4int(, witluut dnuyt*. 33:\Mi:S tfA.OIIVltfxN, AdinV., JaiiUI---fi*r of tho DtirOnjtl of Wnyposburo'. ' £ For sale at ifii) unite t^gMp. ^iji^iiuTHBRW1 .*. .
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
ALL jicrabno who gave their notes at the sale of tlie-mibscriber on tile 20lh iff Fiibtuary,,l8flt j ' nre notified that ..the mme lill duo on. the 2Qth of October'61, anil iliinnieJiatc payiniiiit in mil in .do roxuwill be ndded. DANIEL BMVEL5T. Jan8l-8W ! I rp HE subscriber offers for rent the well known j- X ¦"BfcAVK BMJTH SHOP ' , " mu 'ted at thp West cud oi VV uyuenhoro, not* occupied by John (Jli ' ue. Ponsciwioii will be given' on the Utduy of April 18Q2 ' . ' v Jan31 ¦ ' ¦ » DANIEL BNIVJgLY., 7
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
NOT1CJB. - • .. , ¦f T7" HEREAS, Leltrti of Administration on the f f EaUtt: ot John Q ilbcrl, Stiu., lute.ul ' (In) llic rougBjof Wayuckburo ' , Uiceani-J,Iwn: favisii-(jruuUul to the subscriber ; ull penona iudeht. d to ihc »nid tintat^, lire requested to iuakf iiinui<li.il(i (ruj(Iieut, lb»se huving claim' or d»i|iauil» annual th ." I'ih tJt^ of said deceil ' uUt, will, muke known tni- kuim-, Vfitt)- out iJcluy, to!. ^ U&yiU.iMll.UtiiU'. A.lni ' r, ¦J« biU-^j«r - " . . ' ' Nf«.r i.wt ' eMmrtt, Md,'- !,-.-J3rThe' Atfiriitfulrutor wrl! trS5»!| Vr> ' <liti>rs on , Saturday -ttfliTDQun, of each «fi«% ° in Way uoiburu* JANUARY/ I**. ' " " • " ¦ ¦" M^- ¦ ' ¦ • ib. 232' Lsa ' ll ^ aSi.Ua
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Muilirt, Ticking; and a complete a assortment of Notions. It's no use trying to enumerate. If you want anything at all in tho Dry lioodd line, just call in and you will find him ready to wait on you with pleasure. * To persons having'country Produce to sell,'they will find'it to their advantage to bring- it to Stover's,a»hc always gives the highest market price. So give him d call, and ho will sell you goodu ad cheap as they can bo purchased elsewhere. Sovl. 1861
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
O YES! O YES! O YES! r*Vll(E undersigned offers hi« pcwice to aHi persons -J; who want a . cryxr. Iteu.ly u? all times to cry Public SuU-«, Vendues, Auctions, fitc, at the must moderutu terina. All orders left-a t the Office of the Village Uecord, wilt be promptly attended to. Janl7 . CiKU, V. MOA6 Blacksmitb Shop for Beat
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
Natice—New Firm. THE PUlsTiber having diapnrcd of his ea\\fp Stock of Goods to Mi's«rs. Colliflower & Clugstiih, nolifica all'pcmoii* indebted to him on Store Books to " mttle- their accounts with anil pay theamountof their'inilvbtbilnen to either John P. Study or Daniel Urickex. -The new 'firm will continue the bu'imiu us heretofore. A. 8. MAftfN. Quincy, Jan. 31 ,\J8G2."
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 14 February 1862
M r-rchsnu throueh tliir country can fin J Tgoo ils at Eastern wholesale prices by calling at Bcsore's, thorehy saving freight and'other ilixiuiVantagen. Persons desiring a nice Sliarpo's Ropealur can lie iiccommojutcd by calling, soon; *Uo cartridges lor tlie same. - AH kinds of produce- received in exchange for goods ut the regular prices . , Oct-U • . JOSIAH BESOKE.