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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
Dissolution.: fTlHE co-partnership heretofore existing between I the undersigned in . the merchnntile busiuesa has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Tha books of the firm are ia the hands of A. 8. Monn,. upon whom all persona indebted are requested le call and make payment G. A' ANDEKSON. <iuincy,May20, '61 A.S.MOxVN. More New Goods* r|i«ri aubacriber tenders his acknowledgements to J. to the publie for the liberal patronage extended to (he late ' tirm, and solicits a continuance of. their favors; He has jusl received another, supply of DRY GOO 1X8, - GROCBRIEa, > , hardware; &4~ au-. ~v" .. Call and examine his stock before' purchasing' else Where. ¦ . ¦ •. • • ¦ A.8. MO.Slf-Wujncy i May $3,1861 ¦ • ' ¦ - . ¦¦ iV/l EMaSdaoy's heavy Boote and Bhoes at ^Vl. OctA r ¦ - ¦ : BaaoaaV CUtt£AJiY4f«tewi at : ' ¦ TT~ Mar S8 / Anastt'oa. BaaawcT & CoV AN exceUent'or ticleot 8yrupfor SO eta. per gall at yoct4 . ' BasoWa
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
mWJlILORIl! JAMES A. FISHER HAVING commenced the Merchant Tailoring basiuens, in .the room on the Southwest corner of the Public Square, Hagerstown, takes pleasure in " announcing to Jus friends in Waynesboro' and the surrounding country, that be is just receiving a very fine selection of CLOTHS, CAS8IVUSRE8, VESTING8, Gentlemen's Famishing Goods, and all articles usually kept by Merchant Tailors. Persona visiting Hagerstown are invited to call and examine his stock. 'E7*Prompt attention given to all orders. Kagerstown, May 3, '60. WAGON FOR SALE. f THE subscriber has a good TWO HORSE WAGON which be will dispose of on reason* able terms novlS—tfj J. AROYKR. CJILK, Wool, and Cotton under Shirts and Draw JjL«wLst_ :_. J. W.Mtttaa's. 4) 00 CATSUP BOTTLES ~~ '¦ £ For sale at the Store of W. H. Bbqtmrtos HepS : ' T UTHBRAN Almanacs " * " '¦ J_J no»8l» Kirna'a
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
MffiiM PIC TOM AND SX2 JX Sa Q a S3 3 (iHE subscriber, thankful for past patronage, still If solicits the tame; and in addition tonanafactaring all kinds of worked Material fox Building Purpose^ such as / 8A8H, DOORS, SHUTTERS, ^ "^^ BLINDS, FLOORING, WINDOW FRAMES, DOOR . ^ FRAME8, FACING,; MOULDINGS, JccStc I am prepared to furnish all kind* of oak timbe for different purposes in budding, such aa JOICE, RAFTERS, LATH. 8TUDD1NG, PAIL INGS, 8CANTUNG, BOARDS, &c . All of which will be sawed to order, at short notice and upon reasonable terms. Abo, sawing, by mill and circular «aw», of every description done; - Framing, Surfacing, Matching, Flooring, &e* &e. For further particulars tppry to the subscriber, at Factory, two mile* southeast of Waynrsboro. D. F. GOOD. Jan. 17,1861 " ~ ¦ .
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
NEW GOODS! N GOODS! FIRST ARRIVAL. a. fy J. bender HAVE now ' open for inspec- « . gm* tionat their store on the Mf fig Southeast corner of the Diamond ^JEg Sawgy ta their second supply of K] (SffiSiall SPRING AND SUMMER fflH TM for Gentlemen's ware. Their ]/\| 'II stock embraces Blue, Black and MMBMaHki Fancy Cloths, Plain, Fancy Cassimeres ^ Sttlnand Satin Veatings, and all other goods for coats, p^nta, and vests, of the most fashionable styles: Also—Gloves, Cravats, shirts, collars, &c. &c; with an assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING. ^ Gentlemen are invited to call and examine theii stock of new goods. BTThe latest Fashions regularly received. May 23 1861.
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
Ooachmakingl IHE undersigned ^having leased the well-known . Coachnfaking Establishment of Alex. Hamilton. on Mechanics street, Wayhgsboro, respectfully announce to their friends and the'public generally, that they—purpose—earrying-on-the—buginegs-in . all-its branches, and are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of $r Carriages, Bnggies, Barouches, bprng Wagons, &c. &c, of the beet material, and made oy superior worLmen. \ BLACKSMITH1NG and REPAIRING of all kinds done at reasonable rates, promptly and to the satisfaction of customers. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for work at market-prices. ~ E5T Persons desiring articles or work in the Coachmaking line, are respectfully invited to give them a call. ^- L. K. MORRISON, Mar. 8. GEO. B. HAWKER.
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
DENTISTRY DR. WM. D. LECHLER takes this opportunity to return thanks to the public for the liberal patronage he has received during the nast, and hopes by stripe attention to business - nrmarirar continnance of the sane. All operations in th» dental line will be performed in the most substantial and satisfactory manner. He keeps-posted on all the advancements and improtment* of -the profession, and flatters himself that as good work can ba had at his office as at any other in the 8tate Arti ficial teeth inserted from a single tooth to a full set, and in all eases warranted to perform satisfactorily OT-oojmy. Terms reasonable. July 5, I860.
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
Pictures, Pictures. THE undersigned takes thut method of informing the citizens of Waynesboro' anA vicinity, tliat he has purchased the Oaguereian apparatus of of Mr J. B. Kesser, and is now prepared to take all kinds of Pictures at the very lowest prices, wnich are guaranteed to be as truthful and life-like as any offered to tbe public He ha* just received a new stock of common and fancy coses of all sizes and styles, which he can sell very cheap. Pictures taken for 35 . cents which can be sent through the mail to any P. O. in the U. 8. for six cento. Call and examine for yonrself whether you want work or not; he charges nothing tor showing. He will be happy to see you. Boom in the New Building, next door to Sibbet 1 * Hotel, (up stain.) J. H. WELSHNuv33
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
,\/| EDIPATEU bi^uora, sold only asMedicini i.lXWW by special directions of a Physician, bi a^aTONEtt.DTnggut - May li. OYSTERS. OYSTEHS. T?Olt sale at the St.Nicholas Saloon, by the pinl X ; ox quart, or in the shell by the bushel, half-bush et or peck. LEWIS S. FWHER. ' "Dec. 8 "• ' " * - ' - - "- OK PPEK and" Corriander, ground <fc uagroua XT nOT *9 -at - " KpBTx'a. |>BPPER SAUCE at " X_ nov.8» __^ Kwrw' sj LARD CAXS, at the sigh ot the Bin;, Red Horn dec80 D. B. Roasau. i, lOR ~ 8ALE OR FOR REXVIV—A Tan-plata 1 Stove, \pply at PKICE'a Store ^1 Octl8
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
NO HUMBUGGING THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that he will continue the tf mithing business at the old stand, until recently, conducted under the firm of Hawker Sc Cline. He is now prepared to make to order Buggies, Carriages,8pring Wagons, with all work belonging to the SlsLcksraitliiiig business, at short notice and upon reasonable terms. He returns his thanks for the very liberal patronage extended to the late firm, and hopes by prompt attention to business to merit a continuance or the same. JOHN CLINE. March S3.
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
HANGING WAUL ' PAPER! \TTE have now aboat one thousand pattern* of f f Wall Paper on exhibition at F. Fonrthmon's Drug 8tore,which we win sell thirty per eent cheaper than can be bought any where this side of tbe Eastern cities. Persons wishing to have housea papered wiil do well to give us a call ¦ before making arrangements ' elsewhere. Our woik is war ranted. . . Country produce * taken in exchange for paper ing- UNDER A CROUdE. June 2,—tf.
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
FAYETTBV1LLB 8BMINARY Recommendations from the Faculty of Princeton College. N.J. PamOBToa, N. J, Feb. 26th, 1861. The undersigned are happy to testify that pupil* of the FayetUsvUle Academy, Pa. have maintained a high standing among the recent graduates of tho College of New Jersey., JOHN MACLEAN, President of the College. JAMES C. MOFFAT* Professor of Greek. G. MU8GRAVE OIGER, Professor of Latin. JOHN T.DUFFIELD, mar.28. Professdr of Mathematics.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
DENTIST, T) ESPECTFULLY offers his services to the eitl\iizens of Waynesboro' and surrounding country fie is prepared to perform all operations in Dental Surgeryln a superior manner. Teeth inserted from one to an entire set in the most approved and substantial manner, and warranted not to be snrpassed for beauty and durability. Charges moderate and all work warranted a* represented. .N. B. Will visit residences when\ requested.— Office, on Mechanics Street, opposite / the residence ofJ.K. Welsh, up stain. N->"
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
erjr Eatablishment THE undersigned would inform the citizens ol Waynesboro' and vicinity that she has commenced the Milliner business, in Church stieet, a few doors South of the Diamond. She expects to receive her goods in a few days. The ladies are most respectfully invited to give her a call. No pains will be •pared to suit the taste of all. By close application and a determination to persevere, Abe hopeS to gain the confidence, as well as the support of the community. 8he has made arrangements so that she can receive new goods weekly if necessary. Please give her a call M. 0. RE38ER, Waynesboro', May 3, '61.
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
A juil g" and counsellor being upon in-, diffewui lerin sjja jcitijeen pf thejjounsel' jB mating his appearance anheTbar with his taw terribly swelled, the judge remarked. *jjr. "' ' , this client ol yours would make an ..excellent counsellor—he, is all ja«r,* which cet the ,court in a roar of lacghter •gainst the counsellor. On silence being restored the counsel then tea»arked,*My lord, I think be would make a better judge lor hi* jaw i« »lt on O|W tide - ' " N *
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
The Rail Road Coming La. FISHER has removed his Restaurant and # - Confectionery to the room formerly occupied by A. J. Ham <& Bro., next door to Tritle's Tinning establishment. The attention of the public ia again called to bis assortment of ' ' ( Candies, Nuts,, Confeclionaries of aU kinds, and a full assortment of Cigars anil 'tobacco, OYSTERS done up id the best style, stewed, roasted or fried. . - [Ap. 19, '60.
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
Mentis* a Horse & Cattle Powder MM* STONER having purchased of Mrk • Mentzer, tbe recipe for ' making the above far-famed Horse and Cattle Powder, for Pennsylva nia and Maryland, fakes this method of informing the farmers, drovers, &e., that lie has on hand and intends keeping a good supply always on hand. Country merchanta and others keening such articles fcr sale, would do well to supply themselves with a quantity. He will sell it on commission or tor cash cheap. Orders will be punctually attended to. Oct. 6.
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 3 January 1862
nited Stales or any States to the contrary notwithstanding. ^_ Sec. 5. Jlnd be it further enacted, TfiaT no person shall be arrested or surrendered as a fugitive slave upon the order of any perswi in the military or naval sqgpice of the United Stales.