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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Sudden Death.— A man by tbe name of Jambs McLain, died suddenly in Sabillasville, on Monday. Our informant states that the deceased was in the enjoyment of bis usual health, and had walked from his dwelling to the store of Mr. Shaffer, where he fell. He was carried home/and expired in a few moments.

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Despatches reeeived at the head quarters ol General Ualleck announce the capture of the notorious Jeff- Owens, Colonel Sones, anjL-^fty of their briJge burning g*n g_Bear Mauinsburg, Adrian County, by Gen. Sejhofield. commander oi the State Militia, and the various guerilla bands along the Norths Missouri Railroad hate bet* pretty tfeofOBfhly scattered.

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Capt. Kiehl, ol tbe steamer Reindeer brought op this afternoon two rebel prisoners Irom Gen. Hooker's division;, also 24 bushel bags of india rubber overcoats besides several sacks of uoderahiris, and a large quantity of quinine. The prisoners wereeaptured while attempting 10 convey these stores from the Maryland to tbe Virginia shore. . ¦

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

O^Gen. TV. H.Keim has been aspointed a Brigadier-General by President funcoin. Gen. K. has therefore resigned his office as Surveyor General of this Slate, and Gov. Curtin has appointed Henry Souther, of Elk county , to fill the vacancy,

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

BT An exchange comet to as »itn\» notice that "Truth" is crowdjd-out ofShjs issue. This is almost as/bad at the up-/eoantry editor who said, "For tbe evil «ffecit «f intojiss^nf drtok, seeonr inside." Wrttjatthe South^SVa n* late rebel papers,* (saya the Press) that inetiidiary flras »re beeomlng very common throughout the South, and that the people tre very rnSe)i alafmeil. They, far lhat ther* is a great conspiracy in their midst to destroy by n * r«Jthe wftple of tbeir property and effects. Several fires have occurred in Charleston since Ike recent large one, and a Montgomery (Alabama) paper recently slated that seven attempts have been made to burn that city ^ at different limes by persons applying the torch in the most populous part, where, il the flames fairly, got a headway they could not be very easily stopped. The town of Green ville, in the-same. State, *»« nearly burned down, and ia Georgetown, Texas proparty was deatro/ed, by the same means, to ihe amount of $30,...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

A Thaw — The weather moderated on Wednesday evening, and continues mild up to this time, Thursday noon. ..The snow it rapidly disappearing. Promation.T-yVe notice that First Lieut. S«vid Hi Bbotheuton, a native of this place, anti-ion of Or, James Broiherton, hR« been pr/>. moied to the rank of Captain In lh» rrgiiUr army service. Capt; B. la a'gallant young officer and no doubt eminently itetervthg of this last honor conferred upori bird. He is now.oh duty in New Mexico. I It also affords us pleasure to stale that our young friend arid farmer isiligen, O. S. Gorpon, has (been promoted from the rank of Second to that ol First Lieutenant in' the regular service. It will be remembered that be performed a gallant part in several »kirmial)M in and near Fairlax Court Him«yia»t spring, but was taken ^ prisoner at t)ie balfte ol Bull Run. He was taken with other oificera-froro Richmond to Castle Pinckney, South Carolina, whereat last accounts be was at ill confinedi The wife...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

t A TEST ARRIVAL GROCERIES, ' UUBHIL ipiil. ' II, M. ^ GldT^fbvER; THANKFUL for kind favors and patronage hcre-(J tofore bestowed upon him, again appears before the public to solicit a continuance of tho same.— He having just returned irorn the eastern cities with tt finer and well selected stock ef NEW GOODS! Which he intends^selling at very low rotes, which he knows he can do to the satisfaction or~«U who will call and examine bis stock. .Belowyou will find enumerated a few articles which will be found among his stock to which he calls your attention. FOR THE LADIES He has a large assortment of Dress Goods consisting in part of Printed Thibet Cloth, ~ ^ Printed and plain Delaines, Qothilde plaid, Cothilde Stvipe, Plaid Mohair, Silk Warp Mohair, Pgrametta Oi»thj_ _^^ ' Printed Coburg, ' Printed Morino, Fr»nch Moiino, < Madonna Cloth, Printed and plain Cashmeres, ^ -r French and Domestic Ginghams, Poplins, Pongee Mixture, Lavella Cloth, Long and Square, Thibet and Morino Sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

BVtTIJIORE MARKETS. Prom t|e Baltimore American of Tuesday last. FI,Oj R.r—The Flour market was ex ceetlingty quiet to-<tay< owing to the ar.nu al election of twelve directors for the ensuing year b ' aviug taken place. The market continues very firm in tone, and ' we quote fiuper as closing steady at $5 62a$5.75 for Howard Street; $5.50a$5 62 for Ohio, and 95 25 per bbl. for regular shirking brands of City Mills. In Extras the onlv sale we heard ol was 200 bbls. Ohio at $6 12j.— Since 'Change we bad reported sales of 300 barrels choice City Mills Super at •5 75 and 300 barrels do. Howard Street Extra at $6 3?a»B 60. Baltimore Ground Family and Extra are selling readily at * the quotations below. We quote Howard Street Extra to Fancy $8a*612 and do, Family S6 50a«7. GRAIN.— There was scarcely any Grain at the Corn Exchange to-day, but few vessel* having arrived, owing to the severe storm in the bay. The total offerings did no\ exceed 16 800. as follows, viz: 2.100 ...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Joseph Price, * Horthwcst Comer of tlie Biilmon^ : Is now oifefing New and tpost d^imd^5 FALL \AND WINTER qoODS, in' BwJiA, Gorman, Enflish and Amurican Fabrics, kurn ^v. prising a gcrWal aBsortmelit of the latest styhwdtlnptcil to JECkiJ and Winter trade. • For Ladies' Wear : liicn Dress silks, black, plain and l:iney Brocades; Plkiils in great variety; French Merinos in-nll colors; rifeh. printed. Mariiios, Wool Delaines, Cashmeres, satin stripped do., Moussellainos, Lavella, Mohair mixtures, Thibet "Cloths; printed Moussellaines, Persian Twills, Poplin, Debeges, Opera Flannels, in rill colors, Scotch arid . Saxony Printed French Gitiglmms, Scotch do., Lancaster do- . PIaiu* Embroideries, L ces, Gauntlets, Kid Gloves, whito and fancy, Fiench worked. Coitus, Dimitios, fancy dress Gimps, Cord Binding, and velvet Rib bou &c, &c, in short, he his all the " novelties of ]ha season, FALL k W1NT1R iAWLS, Paris long broohe Shawls, with se wed borders, Bay State Shawl...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

V-^_ '. _^ y : For lhe Record." BBiTH.—From u Sid Berap Book. BY It. ».. K. ' - —— * . Oh! lUteii to the tolling belt Hark! what a solemn sound, ,/-» • U is the melancholy knell Which mortals cannot drown; Its notes are on the summer air, Anil winter's piercing blast, Conveys the loice to old and fair, \ <• Wt all must die at last;" - ^ - The rich, th& poor, the great and" small. - , Must grapple with this foe; - When peasants poor and monarcha fait Can we avert the blow? . Ah no! but soon the time will come ' When life's turmoils are o'er, And the cold turi will be our home, - We'l r-strive-with-caremo-mwBr-Some friend indeed may drop a teat Of sorrow where we lay, . gut e'en those -whom we holi dear Will so 'on forget our clay. The world with all its bustling strife . Will never atop to weep,. Andfp onder o'er this transient life, ' "t Or death's long, dreamless sleep. - . And thus 'we live and thus we die, Forgotten soon we'll be,. The eye that weeps will soon be...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

(Vype« .-F"A AND L L "WtNTER DRY GOODSV that we have just returned from the eastern cities and are »ow receiving a largo and ^ wcll selected assortment of (J& CE> C2> se> S3 & . : of all kinds, paterns, varieties and prices, which we promise to sell as cheap, and on as fair terms, as sfny other house in town or country, and we feel confident we can a 9«al with all in such a manner an to givo entire satisfaction •The following comprise part of our Stock which is always on band. DRESS GOODS of all kindB for Fall and "Winterjwear DeLaines, . Alpacas, Merinos, . Coburgs. DeBeges, Lustres, Plaids Silks, > Collars, < Sleeves, Pript«, Ho W 3, Skirts. MEN'S Fkll and Winter, GOODS. Casslmers, Cassinetts, Cloths, Velvet, p> Satin, Vesting, . Cord, Fustian. ; Cravats, ' Collars, Breasts, ._ Hdk'fs.

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

not 'necessary to mention. - HABDWAHE , — -.--- BOOTS AND SHOES, ^-^EDAR WARE. ^\ Of the very beat in market and quality: such as SyrGps. New Orleans and Porto Kiuo MolanscB, a No. 1 Brown-Sugar, cotfoe/crushud and grauulutud do; best article of J* ^, Rio Coltiie, / — Imperial Tua, / Hunim<;ll» host Eatecnco of Coffite-, Maker i\o. I CJyJcolato, y/ ' Ririoins, f Curburet of Iron, Tobacco, All tho abs»e goods hnvo *oon selectotl cnrdul ' ly, and purchased at the very lowest (i s uro ' with on eyo to suit the wants of this .community. He ii therefore enabled to accommodate all who m ,y favor him with'a call, in quantity, quality, stylo and price. r<o trou^lo to show goods. Country Produce tulcin in exchango for guoda at tho highest market prices. B> strict attetriiou tj business and a uV-iiro to ulrapa. in every respect, hu horfes to merit a continuance of patronage. i >«*.n ._%- . j. w. miliVrr. T)URE and una.lulteraiod spiced cider Wjn»ittl XT for...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

ffiBi.'IRB WIXTER GOODS, HAVING just returned from tho Eastern cities with' aiiolbirs Lot of new anil ejrgam sty^ua LadKS* DRESS GOODS, nosurposeed for Beauty, Stylo <mj Quriily tai at panic purebs. FOR TSS %£Lm"m,, WsopjelniiM ' , ' *' M omlM . sinf, - . . . , , branch W»?mn», .' ' Printed OoMirjfc ^ - Cashmoqos, => ' ^^ ^ ^ Molmir Alnpnsa, \ - LnveltaO'lotii, ¦ Dfbcges. Pvtiian Dckinvs, Swiss Gingham. Ladies Wool Elastic Skirli, E xtension Skirls, Apron Tassels, and a full *ssorlm.Mit ot ' Dams '1'rimmings, Ac/ GSNTiSr^SN'S WEAR, French Cloth, j Cussimers, Vusiings, iSalmct, Twsmls Jeans, Uords, • Veivsteens v Cnllan, ^ Sv \ ¦ Gloves, ... \ Shirt Fronts. A LSO—A tisavy lot of

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

NOTICE. [TTHEREAS, Letters of Administration on the VV Estate of John Gilbert, Sen., late of the BolUgh of Waynesboro', deceased, have been granted i the subscriber; all persons indebted to the said state, are requested . to tnake immediate payment, lose having claims or demands against thejEstate said decedent, will nuke known the name, withit delay, to DAVID GILBERT, Adm' rJ Jan 10—6w New Leitersbnrg, Md. . GTTbe Administrator will meet creditors on a turd ay afternoon, of each week, in yVaynesbprtf $5.00 Reward. fIHE undersigned will pay the above reward in L cash for such inlormation ns will lead to the jprcUeniion ol the thieves who broke into his Bilkrd Room and carried, off one bushel of Oysters id two oyster knives. A black Billiard ball was so carried away previous to the above theft. If lid Ball it returned to him, a reward of one .dollar ill be pai I and no questions asked. [No twithstanding-all the storming and stealing.tbe echanics Street Restaurant u still piling i...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

'hhur Hiutiuum'. REDUCTION 1ST PRICES, At Brothertori's Hardware and-Paint Store! I take this method of intorming the piblic ' thnt 1 have just received from Philadelphia, a large and carefully selected stock of ^ Iron, Steel, Oils, Glass, Paints, Sto reB, Brushes, - • Cutlery, Hardware, Varnishes, . Oil Cloths, Shoe Findings, Agricultural Implements, all of woich I desire to dispose of at prices ti suit the times. Try me, and by.an examination of my stock convince yourself that I mean just what I say, I take pleasure in showing goods whether sales are effected or not. To persons about to build I am prepared to offer extraordinary inducements both in Hardware and Paints. Thankful to friends for post favors, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited—promising to do all in my power to render Botistcction to oil who may favot me with their patronage. . W.H.BROTHERl'ON. April 11.

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

ECONOMY IN LIGHT IMPORTANT INVENTION! JUDSON'S TRANS PATENT CONES, Used on KeTosene^nd Coal ' Oil liampsrsave'td the consumer ono third of his expense tor light.— He who consumes twelve gillnns of oil in n year needs but eight gallons to produce the same quantity of light This fact is susceptible of tha clearest demonstrations With tbe brass cone ordinarily used, one third of the light is concealed. The transparent cone conceals none. Sensible " men do not light a candle and put it under a bush el,"nei--therwillthey continue to uso a brass cone . U» cover up the light that is so easily made availa ble, by -m Transparent Cone at a trifling expense. Another reason lor the use of these Cones is, they do no) conduct heat to tteiuil in the lamp, and with them very light oils can be used with gaiety. WHAT IS SAVED IN A YEAR: l»t.-Jpno third of the cost of the oil, which is equal to ™ 3.50 a-year. 2d.—You have a clear light, (large*or small,) fr«o from the unpleasant oily odor caus...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

ANTIETAIOACTOM / AND 532 £2 ££a ££a S3 3 n^HE sub scriber, thankful forpast patronage, still <J{ solicits the same;.and m addition to uianulacturing all kinds ol worked JNIateiial for building Purposes,. such as ¦ SASH, DOORS, SHUTTER8, BLIND8, FLOORLV6, WIJNSOW FRAMES, DOOR . . FRAMES, FACING, MOULDINGS, &c, &c. I am ' prepared to furnish alt kinds of oak luut>e for different purposes in building, such as J010E, RAFTERS, LATH. STUDD1N9 ,PAIL INGS, SCANTLING, BOARDS, &c All of which will be sawed to order, at shoifnoticc and upon ressonable leruia. Also, sawing, by mill and circular saws r of every description doue; Framing, Surfacing, Matching, Flooring, dec, dec For .further particulars «pply to the sulucntier, at Fuctury two miles s»iitli«u*t ol Woyiirtburo. - U. F. UOOt». v " J.iu. 17, 1801 ,

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

Smoke Stack for Sale rpHE suliscriber has a heavy Iron Smoke Stack ~ 38 fret long and 16 inches in diameter, which, he will dispose ot upon reasonable terms. Post Office address, ijuincy, Pa. Dec20—tf " JOHN L. METCALF. Ready-Made Clothing! FOB FALL AND WINTER! FRESH-SUPPLYS RECEIVED MONTHfcYf-4 S. ADAMS would respectfilly inform his Xi-« patrons and the public generally that he has returned from the Eastern cities with a general aslortinent of Reaily-Made FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, embracing all the latest styles of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Cotlarst Necties, Suspenders, etc 1 , etc, all of which arerrell made. The pablic^aie cordially inviied to call and examine his goods, as he is detertermined to sell at short profits. Ho will continue to carry on the business of Tailoring as heretofore. Persons desiring garments cut out or made up are invited to give him a call. Latest fashions received regularly. OctSS. A.8. A.'

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

PRIVATE SALE THE undersigned will sell at private sale his small Inrm, situated in Quincy Township, on road leading from Waynesboro' to Quincy, about three miles from the former and one from the latter place, and within a few hundred yards oi Snow Hill Mill. The improvements are a new two story BRICK HOUSES, With FRAME BACK BUILDING and Bake Oven attached, a SJ"®^?* ^BaamQ^ HBaaopoa with Wagon Shed and Corn Crib complete under one roof; also a new hog-pen. These buildings have nil been croc ted witbm the last two years.— Tbo tract contains FIFTEEN ACRES, more or less, six acres of which is meadow ground with a fine stream of water passing through its entire length. There is also planted a large number of choice young fruit trees, a number of grape vints, &c. The above is a Very desirable property, and any person wishing to purchase a smalj farm, will do well to give him a call as his terms-are moderate. DecB—2m. * GEO. STOLER.

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 10 January 1862

ANTICIPATED BATHS I -YXT-HlfcST—wars-imd—rumors-of—wars -are-iiffr W throughout our once happy land, wiien columns of armc) men are seen on all sides, marching forward in defence of their "sacred yghts," and all are eager for the expected cgiitest, each moment carries us nearer the frighful drama, that will soon be enacted. Yet while nil this convulsion ia in progress, other scenes ars continually transpiring-to excite the minds o f the people, arid lately this community has I'ecn grently astounded by the Iromendou» rush of people to. JOSIlfrpSOKE'S S C T O R E J to n&eTtain the cause of this .excitemeut, which proves to be tua LARGE STOCK OF

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