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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
: LA-lllV-WNJiGAif;-^* Also, Rre, Wheat and Barley by the bushel or in smaller quantities, ami other articles usually kept in such <'8t:ibli| ;hiiienis. ' All Flour and Mill Stuff will be sold at Mill 1'uick" imh Cash. '('lie liighubt cash prices paid lor Wlieat, rye corn and oats. -- DAMEL nNIVELV, ' P«bl4—tt * " \VM. H. FDNK. WANTS9! 5OOO BUS. \VH EAT ! Tlie old miller at his old Trade! ri^HE undersigned having associated themnelvcd X in tlir Milling bnsiness, and having leiuvd nt Peter Fabnestock the old Roy r null property, one mile southeast of Wayneslioro', are now prep.ircd to purchase grain from their Iriends ut tho highest market price; and also to do all kinJs of Uriiulinj", including chopiiing corn and cub. We are also prepared to i ' uruisli at tbe lowest market pricea, all kinds of Mill StiltV; also Piaster by the ton or busli. Our old friends will please call aiitT"sVe us. JOHN WAl/1'tiR, Dec6—tf^ — JOSEPH ELDEN.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Jin Expedition down the Mississippi. Caiio, Feb. 24 —An expedition composed of four iron clad guftboalB, with the Twenty seventh Illinois, and a battalion ol the Eigih Wisconsin Higiment, made a reconnoisance down the river this morning and discovered that the rebels hail suiz.e all the flat boats, and >ki(Ts, as far up the river as tliej dartd to eiiinr; also that vtitre Triii*~tit«rH A HfO'Vft'llltJIlt' »JI Xnt? Irtjops Btv>'^^ litmbus, but whether reiiiUiruenients had iirrivcd was not learned. The gunboats and mortar boats were gelling into position on.the Missouri side ofllie rivfr, when a rebel steamer,. with a white flag made us appearance. Some rebel officers rame ' on board the Cincinnati and a consultation took place, Iming over two hours, uith what retwlt hag not been made known, but the expedition retired to Cairo. .
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
gaMKa-saiMa <T3JIE undersigned will cell at public s.ile nt his J bin letideuce, lj inilns northeast of Waynesborn', on Ti e dav tliu .5th of Feduuahv, 18G2, the following proptrly, ti > wit: 2 HORSES, 14 HEAD OF CATTLE, 4 FAT STliEHS; 15 HEAD OF HOGS; S one-horde wagons, Plows, Harrows, Horse Gears, log and fifth-chain, 8preiwler«, double and single trees 1 Holier, i Hand Curl, I Grind Stone, I Hulling Si'rcbu; 1 si'lof I) 1 , A 0 K S M 1 T H '1' OOI.S, CORN, OATS and Potatoes by the bushel; Hay hy tlie Um . uHdniuny olUu r articles nut neccss.iry t» uii'iitiun. Sale lo commence at 10 o ' clock on said day, .ujficn a ro;iM>Mnl>lc credit will be givaii. Feli.7-U. " JOHN GEHR.
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Severe Censure of the liebil Government. The Richmond Whig of Friday lias a bitter article on IKivm * Ai!iuiiii«irati<>ii.— ll say» : "Judging by the result so far, it is the most lamentable failure in history, uttd suggests to the reflecting miiui that the mosi signal service which that Govern ineul can,now render 10 the country is the surrender of the iielm to abler and bettei hands. "In view of the past, the present, and nrob.ible future, the pajfeant, ol to morrow is a'buter mockery and a rniaerahie com* 4i«innalion for the ruin ol a * free people. A cliilc^ with a bauble, an old ma.) with a Voting wife, are p artial illustrations of the deplorable lolly." The prisoners say that the Union men liail a meeting privately, on Friday ni£hi,
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Notice^-Neiw Firm THE Eul * :(iber having dioporcd of his enlirt! Stock of Good» to M> «=rs. Collifluwcr & Clugston, oolitic* all person* indiTited . to him on Store Books lo settle their accounts with and pay theauiounlof thrwintltbtednwulu eiilar John P. iStudy or Daniel bricker. 'The new firm will coutiuuc tile business us heretofore. ¦ A. S. AiO.N'N. Quiucy,Jau-3Ij 1862. Mentzsr's Horse & Cattle Pbwdpr. MM. STONJKR having purchased of Ms. . Mentzer, thu recipe lor iD.kkiug tuo above tar-iameil llurseuud Cultle rowdor^'orPeJinsylva.-niu and Muryluud, takes thui method of informing the farmers, drovcrw, dec, that he uas on h.mtl olid intciulu keeping a good oupply ahvuy» ou iiaud. Country merchaubiund otlier»Keepiu^sucli article*, fcr sale, would do well to aupply theiaselvc* wan a euaHlily. Ho will Kelt it on cuuiiuissiuu or for cjbU cheup. Orders »iil be punctually atujmliid to. ' Jan. 31. • - ' <-
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
HOUSEHOLD FUKNU'URE. ETC THE undersigned, intending to leave, will .ell a t public uutciy, at the Parsonage on Mechanics Street, on Satl-kday Makcu 15rii r bu housebold furniture, comprising 1 HIGH-POST and 1 COTTAGE BEDSTEAD, 2 Wanhstandu, 1- set of Cane-bottom and 1 W- ol plain Cliuirs, 1 MAHOGANY UUREAU with looking glass, 1 Wardrobe, 1 Pining Table, 1 Kitchen Tuble, 1 tStudy Tuble, 1 Parlor wood Stove. 1 mnall coal Stove, S cushioned Rocking Cliuim, t Unokcasc, I pair Venitmn Blinds, CarpcU), oil clolli, etc. Also bin excellent family twt, ze> £22, ^ zm& well gaitcd; S.iddle und liri.lle, stable implements, J. . of u ton of Hay, etc. Terms ru.ide Known on day of en In. Sale to'conimouoc-al two o'clock. . H. W. SUPER, F> l>21—ts ' G. V. MnsG, Auct.
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
FLOUR, FEED, AND PROVISION ^ STORB! If^HU mil>BcribnTs would inform the. citizens of H Wayneslx.ro', dpit tliey have ' opeiiud a Flour, Feed and i'rovi»ioi! Store in tlie room formerly uo cupicil by .Ioki>i>1i I'rici', oppuxilt^ the residence ol Jolni Dull, where they will «l all liiuus bare for sale / ,-110, CB HiUICIIHUT Flffl HOMINY, MILL STUFF OF ALL KINOS, SCUEHMNCiS, CORN, SllKl.l.liU A>D IN THE EMt, OATS, POTATOES. UACON A.\D
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
PUBLIC SALE WILL be foU nt public sale, on Satuhday the —Bth-nAY-^-r-MAlien, next, nt 1 o'clock on Haiti day, tho following Heal Katite, situaled on Main Street ill VVaynesboro', boiimlcd by lots of Pcti-r Iteucdict, Win. H. Milter and othets, to wit: 1 LOT iiLAiltUUND, containing thereon a TVVOSTOKVWI'ONE DWSLLING HOU323. witn a UACK-UU1LD1NG attacked; also—a Two SStnry - IMirK DWELLING MOUSE, together with a UARN, Carriage House, and all otliir necessary buildings tlieruon erected Conditions will be made known on i 'ny of sale by WILLIAM HA.VIMET1', Fel>7 Executor of David JLimmclt. dee'd
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
PUBLIC SALE TLHE undersigned will' sell nt public sale, near the Blue Ruck School House, on Satuhday, llie Ut of March next, a Tract of Lund containing TEN ACHES, more or less, adjoining liuidii of Solomon Haibaugli, George Null und heirs of Gabriel bm r, with a htoryand a half n good log STAULE,and B.iko ''ven, thereon. A stnam (ilhjiring water ' passew thro' the Inn !; there i« olf-o a good gurdrn mid a variety of choice Fruit trees on the premises. The Inntl will be si;Id in lots or altogether to suit purchasers Suit! to commence at leu o 'clock on said day when tho terms will be made known_ " P. S. If the abovo property is not s"old on said day it will then bu ollered ior Rent. JunlO LYDIAHAUGH.
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
MPQRTAMT HEWS FROM ESSXECA^ROW! JBB A 5AER, in connection with his Variety « S'tore, has cnmrncuceJ Ihe manufacturing nt BOOTS ami SHOES in all its various branches.— Having .employed Jeremiah Cooper as foreman, lie is prepared to produce the (inusl, nejtsstunJ most ilur.iiilr work made anywhere. 8 All arc invited to cull. A Inrgo stock of Hats nnd Cnps,nnd Eastern manuf;wnurcA SUop* and Uonts ot the be»t inaku, on liandj Clock*, 'J'r^iiiln, Seeiir.-', Toftacoo, &c.,.&c. V' c^u iret tli« very bent ICHHOSENtl thenj. A few fat Hupp are wanted. J. BKAVKR. Dce,6—J nionilis.
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
SllAH'lfiHlU AT THE FORKS OF THE ANT1ETAM CREEKS. THE subscriber informs bis customers' and the public generally id it he continues the BLACKS.YIU'HING BUSINESS in all its branches, und is now better prepared than t ' onocriy to ace.om'iioilate tliosaUcslr' n/auy w^rK hi hisliutt. All \iork will be executed ut slio. t«uolice uiid u|ion ruitsoiiablc ti-ruis. Tiidiiklul to tin' public for liio liberal encourugeiuent livreiofuri! cxleuded, bo suticll* a coiiliuuiiuce of their patruha^e P. S.—He hus ulsU lor sale a lot ol ' Timber culculuteil for fniuiiiii; purjiosea. Febl4-^2u» , UEXRY OAKS.
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
NEW LIVERY THE subscriber respectfully announces to hi* friends und the public generally that lit: had opened a ' Livery Mablo iu WiTy/ic-dioro, and in now prepared to accoinmoJutti tho public generally will: MIKS PWS. ^ at tbe shortest notice, ihiy_or_niK)U.— Persons desirous ot luring, either foi riiling nr driving, would do well lo give him a mil. His stock h:xn been selected with -Rr&t care as regards gcntlonrBK and speedy traveling; And his buggies and carriages arn.all in good condition' The above stock wilKbe kept at the Stable of Dr. .lohn Oellig. Persons wishing to ftire will please apply to the undersigned at .Buwden ' s Hotel. no8—6w JOHN RICHARDSON.
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Pictures. Pictures MHE undersigned takes this method of inform-I ing the citizen!) of YVnyncsboru'. an.l vicinity , ti.ul he bus purchased ttio Duguereian appur.itus ol oi Mr J. li. iietucr, and know prepared to lake all kinds of Pictures at tbe very lowest prices, wnieh am guaranteed to be as truthful aud life-like as any ollcred tqtlio public. He has just leceived ti new Block of common and fancy cases of all sizes and styles, which he can sell very cheap. Pictures taken for So cents which can be aunt through tlie mail lo any P. O, in the U. S. for six cents. Call and examine for yourself whether you want work or not; he charges nothing lor shotting. He will be huppy to see you. ' " (iallery in the Town Hull. Fil.7 J. M. WELSH.
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
PUBLIC NOTICE THE vndersigncd takes this method of informing tlio public (hat he lias creeled a Chopping Mill, nnd is now prepared to da ull kinds of chopping including Com and Cob, Corn Meal und I'IubIit. Hv also continues to do ull kinds of sawing which he warrunls to be as gooJ as the best and cheuper than the cheapest- He will always' have choice ShuUTling, Pl.istering and Fencing Laths on band. He Jius also pul up a sliinide Saw. Thoue who have large chestnut, <&c, will, do wall, to give Imu a call. Tbankiul fur past eucouragi ' ui'Ut, ln< liopt'S by ctrict alteliliou to business a _lld n dlt.|i<i»itioii to ple»Be till, to merit a continuance ofilieir (latfunage F«!.2ltf V. U. GIL11EKT.
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Pall and Winter, a o o i > s , CassfmcrK, Cnssinctts Clotlld . Velvet, tSatiu, . Vt-liiig, Cord, Fustnn, (,'ravaU, Collars, Hrcants, lldk'fa, 11 cue. A 11EA-VV- LOT OF < DOMESTI6 GOODS "" Muslinx, Hlircliilg, Shirting, Ticking*; O*uaburg, BaggiuH, liud.ipsu, y J oweiiii(r,
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
PUBLIC SALE $500 Worth of* Furniture. ' WILL positively sell, at my »hnp in SmTtlisl>ur|r,qn Saturday the 8th of March, 18Ga, tlie lullowini; Furniture: EIGHT BUREAUS, 2 two of which tire Black Wiilnut-eileed, 1 a Mnhominy-edged, and tho b.ilnnce Wild Cherry, mulo in vjiious styles nnd pjturns. 30 BEDS T E_A I> S .
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
PRICE GURREN OF JOBIAH BBSORB. Corrected iFtekly. \VAYXE<3B0H0, Fab. 28. Ifl6». Buttkr 15 "Washed Wouu 8u Eaoa- 10 Unwasiird " S0 i'Aiiu 7 Ui^vEti Seed Tauiow 8- TiMoTiiir 6)rsd 00 Soap * 4a6 Flaxsbbd 1 00 lUcos-(hanm) 10— PAnBP-PmetHia— ' ¦ 00 Bacon (aiues)- . 7 UNPAitEO " 00 Uacon (ahoalders) 7 Dkibd Aensa M0
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
All sizes nnd in, ilifli'rent slyleii. 12 TAHi.ES, In - clu'liiif; Uinini; and Hrcukfast Tables, 1 M.iiiog.irty Cnfl Table, 7 Sates, 5 Sinks, I Corner (Juplionrd, 1 Wardrobe, a number of Wauli and other Stiinds, t3 ilox>"ii Seta of Wood Si at CHAIRS, a number of Split bottott Chairs, including Hocking and Arm Chairs, a lot of Dough-Trays, Trundle Bcdnteads nnd high back liocking'Cliaim, nnd miuy other articles of this description. Sale to eomnicucc nt 9 o ' clock on finiil day. A credit ol 6 month* will be Riven on all sunn of $5 mul upwards, the purchaser givinir note witli njiprovcil security. Feb28. It UOUXEILUS C. 1JEE8E.
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
POPLAR LUJMBES.. ^ C3 HE understgne.l offer .for sale SE VEX THOUM SAND FEET of well seasoned POPLAR LUMBER, at the Mill of George Kneppcf, near Hughes' Furnace, at reasonable rjtes, sumo of which is joice Scantling, 4 by 4 ii.cbes tqu.ire and some 8i by 4 inches, and 2 inch .Plank, 1 iucu, j inch. 4 fetch jjouids. Persons wishing to buy Poplar Lumber will please give us a call GEO'HGli KNEl'PiSK, Jr. . GtiOKGE KNEl'PEIS, Feb-14— 2m. Ex're of Davi.l Knupi.e», DeeM
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 28 February 1862
Klankcts, Kubeif, •Over shoes, ^hoes, Itoou, * • ^ Huts, &c, We fenilrr our tli.inlls to all ourYriends and cuklomen f"r tho liberal patronage herrtoforo extenjod to ua and reiju^at n eontiiiuince of the s.nne. AMUKUSON, DiiNBUlCT & CO Jan. 10, 18S3.